My own thread title since NP is incapable of generating their own. Either way a great article. Not sure how many remember the Amish shooting, but the way they responded made them better human beings that everyone on this board, since I'm pretty sure all of us would incapable of doing the same. http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com...technique-massacre-amish-lessons-in-mourning/ I know there are a lot of people on here that are not religious at all, and hold nothing of people like the Amish who are deeply religious, but after touring Amish homes in Washington State a few years ago, and making many great friends, the shootings hit me pretty hard. The response by the Amish community afterwards hit me even harder. Either way, the article speaks of Canada, but the US seems to suffer from the same thing. Whenever something like a shooting happens, the knee-jerk reaction is often to ban this, and regulate that. The government WILL protest us all. The Amish response teaches us different.