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Darkness in the Sunshine State

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Trayvon Martin  

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"If anyone should have stood their ground it was (Trayvon Martin).   Instead, he's underground." -- Rev. R.B. Holmes, Jr., vice-chairperson of Florida's special task force investigating the shooting of Trayvon Martin

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Not that it's necessary, but here's a tip for any budding serial killers out there.   If you need a place in which to hone up your kill skills, move to Florida, or, more specifically, to the town of Sanford.   There, thanks to the combination of a bodaciously simple-minded state law and a selectively unmotivated police force, getting away with murder in Sanford, Florida seems quite simple.   You just have to pick the "proper" targets and go about it the "right" way.  


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This is how you get in those valuable practice sessions:   Just hang around Sanford and wait for some random black male to happen by -- preferably one wearing a hoodie.   Next, simply call him a "coon" or something of that sort.   As he approaches to slap the taste out of your mouth, just " Stand Your Ground," gun him down and quickly yell "self-defense."

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Anthony Barnes, of Boston, Massachusetts, is a free-lance writer who leans toward the progressive end of the political spectrum. "When I was a young man, I wanted to change the world. I found it was difficult to change the world, so I tried to (more...)

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