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No Signal 7 months
it's California, these idiots wake up triggered.
Paris Cloud 7 months
which is surprising considering they hate guns.
richard tracy 7 months
How would you react in a theater if you heard gun shots and then the building alarm went off shortly after?

Andrew 1010 7 months
I mean were people overreacting here really? Well if we take a look at the situation it seems like an alarm triggered off after a bystander broke emergency glass to the deflibilator. While at the same time gun shots from the scene went off so if both of the events were close enough together the average viewer would probably connect these two events being the alarm and the gun shots to something that isn't a part of the scene. So I don't blame them for fleeing not to mention that these kinds of shootings have happened before in Europe so they might have thought this could have been a repetition of that event especially when confined in an auditorium.
swifticus 85 7 months
Andrew 1010 7 months
@swifticus ... What's this gotta do with Ebola? What am I Ebola?
Janitor Jez BingBangBong 7 months
A reasoned consideration of the facts is like ebola to a Trumpanzee.

ConcealCarryProtect 7 months
Mass Hysteria...AKA California.

FatYeezus 7 months
The possibility of gun in the democratic Oasis of San Francisco puts more fear than being on the verge of a typhus outbreak.
richard tracy 7 months
Well, guns kill people. Typhus doesn’t really anymore.
(Un)Fortunate Son 6 months
Richard, the guns aren’t a problem. The people willing to use them are.
richard tracy 6 months
Unfortunate Son. I agree. I support 2A. I’m just pointing out that Typhus isn’t a very big deal. Especially when compared to measles or hep or whatever

(Un)Fortunate Son 6 months
Before every play they’re going to have to announce “There will be shots fired onstage. Please do not panic.”

Sir_Kutz 7 months
Sometimes I get the sick feeling people what to be involved in a national news event. It’s the latest case of 15 minutes of fame.