DISTURBED Adam Lanza has been described as a loner who played computer games... Lanza has been described as a "goth" a "loner" and a "genius" as cops try to work out a motive for the bloodbath... Catherine Urso, who was attending a vigil Friday evening in Newtown, Connecticut, said her college-age son knew the killer and remembered him for his alternative style. “He just said he was very thin, very remote and was one of the goths,” she said.Editor's comment - Watch the liberal media to blame guns rather than a liberal arts education, liberal music or high-tech gadgets owned by Democrat Party donors based in northern California. (Photo credit - theeverydaygoth.blogspot, no connection implied by us whatsoever by goth image to yesterday's events.)
Saturday, December 15, 2012
Connecticut Shooter: "One of the Goths"
Goth developed as a branch off subculture from punk originally, and most goths retain the liberal thinking of punk. However, they are not quite as anti-establishment as some punks can be. Goths are usually open-minded, that is why it is so common for many pagans, satanists, gays, bisexuals, and other members of ostracized social groups to be members of the goth community. You will most commonly find goths specializing in liberal art fields (english, philosophy, etc.), art fields, or music fields. -- Yahoo Answers, Best Answer, What's the point of Goth? From Eric Dondero: So, did Marilyn Manson music have an influence on the shooter in Connecticut? Computer games? Liberal arts influenced education? Predictably, the UK media gets the scoop over the more tentative media in the US. From The Sun, "School gunman Adam Lanza ‘a loner’ and ‘one of the goths’":