Impressed by boy’s gift in a time of tragedy
I was ringing the bell for the Salvation Army at Shopko about 1:30 p.m. Dec. 15. A young boy started putting a $20 bill into the red kettle.
I asked him whether he wanted to put that much into the kettle. He continued to push the $20 in and walked off without saying anything. He may have heard about the Sandy Hook school massacre in Connecticut and had taken money from his savings to do it.
Millions of dollars will be spent investigating this massacre plus the media coverage. Just what the killer wanted. He wanted to prove he was more efficient than Billy the Kid. The thing that we should remember is that mentally handicapped people and automatic weapons are a bad mix.
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