Biggest terror attack since 9/11

RIP to the students

Let's not forget the Madrid bombings.

terror act on USA soil

wow...it is very unclassy and distasteful that you would use this tragedy to
further your political views. Why use words like "terror" and "9/11" etc in
your subject heading? You are entitled to your views, but you are just
"hijacking" this tragedy to bolster your political slant.

RIP to the students and condolences to their families.

I never used the word "hijacking"

also the worst shooting (school or any other kind) in US history

'I never used the word "hijacking" '

I used the word "hijacking" in quotes to show that I could also use loaded
words and terms as you are doing, but I was being sarcastic. I never said
you were using that particular word. But that does not change much
anyway since you did use TERROR and 9/11. Let's use everything we can
to push our political agenda on the OG

uh dude there were no hijackings, it was a terror attack which killed a lot of innocent people

The word "hijack" is a loaded term, and I used it in reference to your title
which had "9/11". You wrongly inferred that I thought there was a
hijacking at the university.

I still think it is very disrespectful for you to use this tragedy to get off
your political views. There is a time and a place for that to discuss
politics, but not hours after the deaths of these people. Lack of class and
respect imo.

But I'm not replying to this poor thread anymore...I think I'm falling for
you wanting me to reply and ttt this sorry thread.

he was not a terrorist with a goal aimed at hurting america.....so therefor this was not a terror attack. 

the shooter was just some joe with a fucked up frame of mind, he wasnt a terrorist.  and there is a definite difference.

the shooter was just some joe with a fucked up frame of mind, he wasnt a terrorist. and there is a definite difference.

you don't even know what the definition is

"you don't even know what the definition is"

There is only one definition? Many academics are moving away from even using that term because it is so politicaly charged and the definition is highly debated.