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Mentally Ill Man Not In Mood To Gun Down Strangers, But Glad To Know That Option There If Needed

CLEVELAND—Saying that while he “wasn’t really in the mood” to gun down a group of random strangers at the moment, mentally ill man Waylon Birch told reporters this afternoon that he was, however, happy to know the option was available to him should the urge occur. “Honestly, I’m just not feeling up to running into some public area and massacring dozens of innocent people with an assault weapon right now, but it’s nice that the option is technically always there for me in case I change my mind,” said the psychotic and unhinged Birch, who takes comfort knowing he could always take some time out of his day to make a legal purchase of a semi-automatic rifle at a local gun store and then make his way to the nearest shopping mall, office, or school and murder as many people as he’d like. “I may not want to now, per se, but if I suddenly get the urge later today to go to the park and start shooting everyone there, that would be quite easy for me to do given our current laws. It’s just nice to have options, you know?” At press time, Birch told reporters that all this gun talk was actually starting to get him in the mood to visit a nearby gun store.

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