January 18th, 2013, 11:02 pm

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daviddoesntgetit January 18th, 2013, 9:51 pm

I don't know the exact details of the story myself but it's rumored that the man was told by his wife to go kill another man for harassing her.

So he took his gun, went to the restaurant to where the guy was eating lunch with his friend and so he shot the guy dead. Then suddenly he realized... it was the wrong guy.

Immediately he pointed the gun to himself and pulled the trigger.

After that, the people regarded his wife with a fair bit of disdain because soon after the incident, she didn't cease to keep selling her wares on the sidewalks of the shopping center.

I dunno if the story is true or not, either ways I think about it a lot. I can't imagine his feelings when he realized he shot the wrong guy and then his immediate reaction is to pull the gun on himself. What was the one moment like?

In any case, while looking up images to put up for the video, I came across a lot of news articles about shooting in Eden, a lot of them about how they said Eden was a den of gangs, haha.

The comments were interesting to read, especially when one really racist guy gets into the mix and starts saying things like, "These Vietnamese people are just pretending to be ignorant to cover for the gangs! Like South Americans though! I bet they're all in cahoots!"

Hahahaha.

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roxjey January 20th, 2013, 12:12 pm

wow... that story is really pitiful
i mean taking somebody's life? and then quit your own?
that dont... for me thats just.... well i dont even know what to say

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daviddoesntgetit January 23rd, 2013, 7:08 pm

@roxjey: Yeah, I don't either. Haha. But for some reason it sticks to me, I don't know why.

I remember our mom, she loves crime stories, gave me this article to read on this Chinese man living near here who murdered his parents. I remember his arrest scene, him being taken away in front of his daughter who was having a friend over for a sleepover.

Well, in any case. Haha. Went off on a tangent there.

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hyeonmu January 25th, 2013, 4:07 am

How oddly touching.

On a lighter note, I get treated similarly when working too! And it really is nice, ahaha... "Here's some leftover candy from Halloween," etc. ... perhaps it's the way I eat, somehow.

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daviddoesntgetit January 28th, 2013, 11:38 pm

@hyeonmu: Haha. It's pretty great 'cause my boss is a pretty prominent member so he gets all sorts of free shit so it's great when he shares it with me, haha.

It's cute in its own way, haha.