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America, Fire, and Head: S minutes ago I think that every classroom in America should have a fire extinguisher. Hear me out on my reason why When a school goes into lockdown, each classroom is pretty much a bunch of sitting ducks. If an attacker gets through the door, the teacher needs to engage them. Fighting back is all you can do at that point. Arming staff members opens up a huge can of worms and potentially more harm than good. But, what about fire extinguishers? What if, when a school went into lockdown, every teacher grabbed a fire extinguisher? If you're up against the wall next to the classroom's door, you should have a split second to make a first move. Pull. Aim. If he gets in, squeeze. The attacker is now engulfed in a cloud of white smoke. The white powder (potassiunm bicarbonate and CO2 mix) is now in his eyes ears and lungs. He can't see, and his oxygen has just been replaced with CO2 that is so cold his throat is being freezer burned. At some point, he's going to drop the weapon. If he's not going gone unconscious yet, hit him over the head as hard as you can with the extinguisher. You WILL knock him unconscious. Evacuate and let authorities take over Is this a foolproof method to stop the increasing numbers of attacks in our schools? No, but a freaking $30 fire extinguisher, which will cost even less when bought in bulk, is a start. If we can spend $720,000,000 in Iraq every day, I'm pretty sure we can put a fire extinguisher in every classroom in America it's less than $1 a student. That's a pretty cheap insurance policy, don't you think? (Please, feel free to share this) srsfunny:It’s Less Than $1 A Student

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America, Fire, and Head: S minutes ago I think that every classroom in America should have a fire extinguisher. Hear me out on my reason why When a school goes into lockdown, each classroom is pretty much a bunch of sitting ducks. If an attacker gets through the door, the teacher needs to engage them. Fighting back is all you can do at that point. Arming staff members opens up a huge can of worms and potentially more harm than good. But, what about fire extinguishers? What if, when a school went into lockdown, every teacher grabbed a fire extinguisher? If you're up against the wall next to the classroom's door, you should have a split second to make a first move. Pull. Aim. If he gets in, squeeze. The attacker is now engulfed in a cloud of white smoke. The white powder (potassiunm bicarbonate and CO2 mix) is now in his eyes ears and lungs. He can't see, and his oxygen has just been replaced with CO2 that is so cold his throat is being freezer burned. At some point, he's going to drop the weapon. If he's not going gone unconscious yet, hit him over the head as hard as you can with the extinguisher. You WILL knock him unconscious. Evacuate and let authorities take over Is this a foolproof method to stop the increasing numbers of attacks in our schools? No, but a freaking $30 fire extinguisher, which will cost even less when bought in bulk, is a start. If we can spend $720,000,000 in Iraq every day, I'm pretty sure we can put a fire extinguisher in every classroom in America it's less than $1 a student. That's a pretty cheap insurance policy, don't you think? (Please, feel free to share this) whitefox55: sixpenceee: Wow. Give the OP a medal or something.

whitefox55: sixpenceee: Wow. Give the OP a medal or something.

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