Kevin McGuigan gets stabby - Kills mother in front of church

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Meet Kevin McGuigan. For reasons unknown at this time, on Friday evening, Kevin and his mother Jaclyn McGuigan, got into some sort of yelling match in front of St. Raphael Catholic Church and School in Rockville MD. Seems he was strung tighter than usual because whatever they were arguing over escalated and Kevin got the urge and got all stabby. Witnesses reported seeing Kevin standing over his mother then getting into her car and driving off. Witnesses and emergency personnel were unable to stabilize Jaclyn and she died at the scene. Kevin was taken into custody Saturday morning.

Full story here - https://www.washingtonpost.com/loca...1c0fe0c5b8f_story.html?utm_term=.48f73cfb1218

 

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Ok, I'm sorry, but people have been pointlessly ragging on millennials for a long time.

Firstly, this punk is not one of us. He's too young. The accepted birth year range for millennials generally ends at 1996. So lumping this kid in with people in their 30s just speaks to the author's inability to connect and a general fear/hatred of people younger than himself.

Secondly, how is his generation really relevant? It's not, at least not outside of the current value signaling trend of hating millennials. I've never seen a headline like "useless gen Xer kills family for no reason." Because, again, the person's generational label isn't relevant outside of your irrational judgment of younger-than-you people.
 

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Brillig

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Ok, I'm sorry, but people have been pointlessly ragging on millennials for a long time.

Firstly, this punk is not one of us. He's too young. The accepted birth year range for millennials generally ends at 1996. So lumping this kid in with people in their 30s just speaks to the author's inability to connect and a general fear/hatred of people younger than himself.

Secondly, how is his generation really relevant? It's not, at least not outside of the current value signaling trend of hating millennials. I've never seen a headline like "useless gen Xer kills family for no reason." Because, again, the person's generational label isn't relevant outside of your irrational judgment of younger-than-you people.
I didn't see any mention of millennials? Did I miss something?
 

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Knox

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Ok, I'm sorry, but people have been pointlessly ragging on millennials for a long time.

Firstly, this punk is not one of us. He's too young. The accepted birth year range for millennials generally ends at 1996. So lumping this kid in with people in their 30s just speaks to the author's inability to connect and a general fear/hatred of people younger than himself.

Secondly, how is his generation really relevant? It's not, at least not outside of the current value signaling trend of hating millennials. I've never seen a headline like "useless gen Xer kills family for no reason." Because, again, the person's generational label isn't relevant outside of your irrational judgment of younger-than-you people.
Why are you on your soap box about generation? The article says absolutely nothing about it.
 

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Kids can do some horrific things growing up.
Mother's can be the most forgiving lot when it comes to their children (especially their first-born).
I hope he remembers that while rotting in his cell.
He'll never get to apologize to and will never receive absolution from her.
Rot in hell fucker!
Rot in hell!
 

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