I blame his guest
He should have known that this is what happens when you bring a knight to a gun fight.
A man who pulled a gun on his opponent during a late-night chess game subsequently surrendered to police following the deployment of a heavily armed enforcement robot. According to the Seattle Times, a resident in the Washington town of Bellevue had invited a neighbour over for a friendly contest of brainpower across the black …
I just happened to read something a very short while ago that, though only tangentially related to the topic at hand, could, without terribly great effort, nevertheless seem at least somewhat appropriate:
"That's just what they want you to believe. It's only a matter of time until we have an ED209 hiding at every street corner, blowing out the tyres of speeding motorists, and subduing robbers in a non lethal manner... with bullets."
And yet strangely incapable of climbing stairs.
They didn't have a choice, talking to the guy for a few hours was beyond them. Modern police are, by and large, the militarized dregs of society who were either the bullies or the bullied in high school. Discourse isn't one of their strong points. The pilot of the robot probably got the job because he's got a GED; him smart.
"They didn't have a choice, talking to the guy for a few hours was beyond them."
Yeah because a guy who pulls a gun because of a game of chess is both stable and predictable and there could be no danger to anyone who walks into his place to talk with him. After all, who ever got hurt by some head case with a handgun. No one, right? Oh wait...
And of course the rest of your post is about as bigoted and ignorant as what we've come to expect from you.
...this game got very REAL...
23. Kn x Q4
24. Draws gun
25. Summons Robo-cop
26. Black to 'move' (black's move because of the numbers, I'm not stereotyping because he's the one in prison, well I am typing with both hands, and all fingers, so I guess...oh...look here's the end of the parenthesis...phews!)
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