Tuesday 16 July 2013

White american gun enthusiasts pretty keen to meet next black teenager

White members of the National Rifle Association have spoken of their excitement regarding their next potential encounter with an unarmed black teenager.

Following the acquittal of George Zimmerman for shooting Trayvon Martin, many have said that what used to be a potentially uncomfortable few minutes, could now be the perfect time to try that new ammunition everyone at the gun club has been raving about.

As one gun enthusiast explained, “George Zimmerman has shown that if you feel threatened in any way, then shooting an unarmed black teenager is OK.”

“Well, let me tell you, I feel threatened already and I can’t even see one of them yet.”

“Do you happen to know if I can be threatened from the roof of my house, if I happen to feel threatened – you know, whilst lying down sniper-style?”

“Technically I’d still be standing my ground, right?”

Zimmerman not guilty

There are concerns that shooting black teenagers could become as newsworthy as lost cats, something the NRA claims is uttlerly preposterous.

“People love cats,” explained white NRA activist Chuck Williams.

“Also, I’ve been told there is very little to compare to the feeling of shooting another human being.”

“But a black teenager will have to do I guess.”

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