Killing At a Washington State High School

Killing At a Washington State High School

Fryberg sounds like a Jewish name.  No, Jews are victims not killers.  Maybe the old television shows about Indians killing the white man were true.  Maybe the current news headlines about black on black crime are true. About raping white girls, they do. Fryberg shot girls too.  That’s not a gentlemanly thing to do.  Achew, as Sylvia Plath wrote.  But God won’t bless Fryberg.  He is the devil’s playmate.  He is playing jacks with evil and scalping innocents in the playground. Liberals sighed.  Galasso died.  And his family said “We are devastated by this senseless tragedy.” Don’t they know that mankind is senseless.  They tried to be nice and donated her organs for transplant.  Fryberg’s brain was a fallible, malleable thing.   Predictable that people met in groups and prayed.  They should have done that for prophylaxis before the killings. The progressives want to change the Washington Redskins name. What’s in a name? How could we change something relevant like Fryberg’s behavior. The guidance counselor wants to make sense of the senselessness.  It has nothing to do with nothing.  Mankind is a twisted thing.  Prediction is afterthought and as meaningless as our bones. If I were a member of Fryberg’s Tulalip tribe I would get a cowboy hat and become a rancher. Balloons honor the victims and the shooter.  If you can honor the shooter you will never celebrate the victim nor stop the evil ways of killers. The guidance counselor said that “we may never know” the answer to death’s riddle.  That’s the purpose of a riddle.  To wonder.  Not a chance of knowing.

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David Lawrence

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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