It was only a matter of time. The infamous Columbine High
School cafeteria closed-circuit videotape has found it's
way onto the Internet, despite the objections and pleas of
the families of the victims, to feed your unquenchable
But let's not dwell on the ethical issues. It's online, and nothing can change
that. Instead, as you watch the videotape, think about some of these
overlooked points as the controversial footage plays on your monitor:
1. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold should have built test
bombs, before deploying the ones they had all over the school.
2. Harris and Klebold were terrible shots. They certainly would have benefited
from taking basic marksman
courses offered by their local NRA chapter.
3. No one was killed because they dared to say "Yes" the question "Do you
believe in Jesus?" but I am a firm believer that the two families on the
fundamentalist Christian lecture circuit should be shot for claiming that their
kids were killed for that reason.