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Thread: Two different college-related shootings, two different outcomes

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    Seattle Gun Rights Examiner looks at two different college-related shootings, two different cultures, two decidedly different outcomes:

    http://www.examiner.com/x-4525-Seatt...ferent-endings

    And if that doesn't fit:

    http://tinyurl.com/o6yylb

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    Great article as always Dave. Do you have any way of telling how many people read your articles? It would be interesting to see the numbers on that.

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    compmanio365 wrote:
    Great article as always Dave.* Do you have any way of telling how many people read your articles?* It would be interesting to see the numbers on that.
    Well, yes, we have a thing that shows how many clicks we get on the links.
    That's why I always only post the links.
    Please always feel free to forward THE LINKS to all of your pals and other forums. The wider they get spread, the wider I get read.




    Thank for your kind remark.

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    Nice article.

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    Good article Dave.

    Why does your Examiner articles not have the "Digg it" feature?

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    Task Force 16 wrote:
    Good article Dave.

    Why does your Examiner articles not have the "Digg it" feature?
    Click the "Share This" button on the page, which opens a miniwindow showing various networking sites (including Digg) that you can click on. It's located about an inch below the heading.

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    NightOwl wrote:
    Task Force 16 wrote:
    Good article Dave.

    Why does your Examiner articles not have the "Digg it" feature?
    Click the "Share This" button on the page, which opens a miniwindow showing various networking sites (including Digg) that you can click on.* It's located about an inch below the heading.
    I do. It doesn't seem to ever work

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