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Paranoid Anti 2A Professor Dialls 911

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An anti-gun professor at the University of North Dakota says she dialed 911 in absolute “fear” when she spotted “two figures in camo with guns outside” her classroom window. The professor said she could “barely talk” due to her overwhelming “fear,” but those feelings soon turned into “rage” when the 911 dispatcher informed her of the truth: it was just the ROTC cadets performing an exercise.
Writes a Letter to the Editor. This lady is paranoid about guns. This a result of progressive teachings against 2A and that all gun toters including law abiding citizens are criminals.
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/03/23/anti-gun-professor-looks-out-her-window-and-is-paralyzed-with-fear-so-she-calls-the-police-then-they-inform-her-of-the-truth/

http://www.grandforksherald.com/opinion/letters/3990525-letter-military-maneuvers-startle-already-stressed-und-campus

Ignore her and carry on. We need to normalize carry.
 
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It's not my job to decide whether people carrying guns at school are an actual threat.
Heidi Czerwiec. Associate professor of English at UND.

I say You are a liar. You do want to control the rights of others. The rights you deem 'dangerous'
 

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UND facilty page states: associate professor Czerwiec teaches in the UND English Department, and specializes in a variety of creative writing techniques, including poetry, book arts and poetry translation.

 

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UND facilty page states: associate professor Czerwiec teaches in the UND English Department, and specializes in a variety of creative writing techniques, including poetry, book arts and poetry translation.

Aah comrade Czerwiec arrrre you fram de CCCP or one of de eastern block countries. That explains her paranoia. You know communists were in vogue in America back in the 1920-1930s or so and were invited to share their views. If she is an import maybe we should export her back. At every turn we have these liberal wacko progressives trying to shackle us to their socio-communistic ideology, shredding our constitution.
 
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Cops up there need to arrest/cite her for abusing the 911 system.
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“So I reply that I guess I’ll be calling 911 for the next couple weeks—and I will. Every time,” Ms. Czerwiec wrote.
If she replied that to the 911 operator, it's recorded as a public record. Sounds like the very next phone call is premeditated abuse of the 911 system, with evidence to back it up. If the DA doesn't prosecute, it needs to go public.

My guess however, is that she's grandstanding and will just sit and stew next time.

I won't assume she herself is an immigrant, but a guess on her name would have me believe that her family comes from a war-torn nation. I wonder if she considers WHY ours isn't?
 
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If she replied that to the 911 operator, it's recorded as a public record. Sounds like the very next phone call is premeditated abuse of the 911 system, with evidence to back it up. If the DA doesn't prosecute, it needs to go public.

My guess however, is that she's grandstanding and will just sit and stew next time.

I won't assume she herself is an immigrant, but a guess on her name would have me believe that her family comes from a war-torn nation. I wonder if she considers WHY ours isn't?
does draw attention to the new poetry award she won...sigh

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I think it is funny she calls guys w real guns about seeing guys w fake guns.


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You can't give her too hard of a time!

After all you have to remember 2 things when dealing with this situation.

#1) She did see the best trained military (sure they were recruits who were likely not even contracted, but don't confuse the issue with facts) outside her window. If I was in... oh lets say, North Korea (it still starts with the word "North") and I saw the US Military carrying weapons (see #2) I would be a little freaked out as well!! I mean, we are the Back to Back World War Champions :banana:, and us winning a war is like Canada winning a Curling competition! (Whatever that is :confused:)

#2) They had GUNS!!! Sure they were easily identifiable as "dummy" weapons, but when you're a dummy, wouldn't a dummy look legit? :idea:

So don't give her a hard time! She couldn't help it, she's not anymore responsible for her lack of discernment than a trigger-puller is in a mass shooting. We all know that it's the guns that kill people, so the individual holding, directing, and pulling the trigger of that firearm is completely irrelevant to the mass shooting that follows.

On a somewhat related note, I wonder what she feels about the new law in NoDak that allows students and faculty to keep their firearms in their vehicles (provided they are locked, both vehicle and weapon case). I bet she's pretty happy about that one! :)
 

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You can't give her too hard of a time!

After all you have to remember 2 things when dealing with this situation.

#1) She did see the best trained military (sure they were recruits who were likely not even contracted, but don't confuse the issue with facts) outside her window. If I was in... oh lets say, North Korea (it still starts with the word "North") and I saw the US Military carrying weapons (see #2) I would be a little freaked out as well!! I mean, we are the Back to Back World War Champions :banana:, and us winning a war is like Canada winning a Curling competition! (Whatever that is :confused:)

#2) They had GUNS!!! Sure they were easily identifiable as "dummy" weapons, but when you're a dummy, wouldn't a dummy look legit? :idea:

So don't give her a hard time! She couldn't help it, she's not anymore responsible for her lack of discernment than a trigger-puller is in a mass shooting. We all know that it's the guns that kill people, so the individual holding, directing, and pulling the trigger of that firearm is completely irrelevant to the mass shooting that follows.

On a somewhat related note, I wonder what she feels about the new law in NoDak that allows students and faculty to keep their firearms in their vehicles (provided they are locked, both vehicle and weapon case). I bet she's pretty happy about that one! :)
Aaaaaaaah! I musd leave Amrika!
An import teaching English. That's an oxymoron. But lets reeducate her.
 
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She should have KNOWN they weren't real guns because that would be illegal, and therefore wouldn't happen.
 
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