In 1998, the movie Pleasantville came out. It tells the story of a
teenage couple of teenagers who gets transported somehow inside a TV and ends up living inside a 1950s TV show about an idyllic Andy Griffith/Father Knows Best/Leave it to Beaver-type town where everything is just peachy.
Our friends at the Coalition to Stop Gun
Rights Violence apparently live in Pleasantville and have no plans to move into the real world anytime soon.
Apparently most CSGV followers like Ms. Moodie do live in Pleasantville or have no kids or their involvement with the school goes as far as to drop the progeny in front of the school on the way to Pilates class. It is a sad fact that too many schools already look and feel like prisons thanks to an ineffective system that has helped create more problems than solved it up and including spree shooters.
I find hard to believe that CSGV and the rest of the Laddites do not know about metal detectors in schools:
Fences, gates and bars:
I am sure that one or several of these methods were available at Sandy Hook and other school shootings, but they did not work as advertised by the Gun Control “experts.” But offer the idea of a proactive method that has a better chance to curb an active shooter and suddenly we are transforming our schools into the prisons that already are but they have failed to notice in between sips of Hazelnut Macchiato with tofu flower venti with Splenda.