Tennessee Waffle House Shooter, Travis Reinking, Captured…

2:10 p.m. – Authorities say they have arrested a man suspected of storming a Waffle House restaurant in Nashville and fatally shooting four people with an assault rifle.

Authorities announced that 29-year-old Travis Reinking, was taken into custody Monday. Other details were not immediately available. (Via AP)

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247 Responses to Tennessee Waffle House Shooter, Travis Reinking, Captured…

    • Susan Bolle says:

      A daughter works at a coffee shop and some of her graduated high school acquaintances come in. There are several who were known to be low level drug users in school but they now are totally off the rails. One, who came in when I was there, was carrying on a random conversation and just blurted out that his gf’s mom was Justin Bieber’s mom, and walked out. One cannot come in due to threatening staff and was just hospitalized on a mental unit and the others are messed up in half way apartments. Drug use has serious detrimental effects. Schizophrenia, bi-polar, depression and anxiety are common.

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    • kenji says:

      Too bad this isn’t a “gay” disease … because then it would become the #1 medical crisis in America and have the entire medical community, Federal and Private funding seeking a solution. Sorry, but diseases and medical conditions have become politicized. Sad.


    • Ez says:

      This guy is 29 years old. Not exactly a youth.

      Liked by 1 person

  1. Charlotte says:

    Is There Something in the Water? Why Bipolar Diagnoses are Rising in Young People



    • TMonroe says:

      The water, the neurotoxins in the wed killers, the modifications in the food chain, the mess, you name it

      Liked by 1 person

      • TMonroe says:

        Oh and don’t forget emf fields


      • nobaddog says:

        Fluoride we drink for our teeth. It should be spit out but for some reason our teeth are more important than our overall health.


        • churchmouse says:

          People in developing countries don’t have as much tooth decay. Nor do they have access to fluoride.

          Westerners eat too much sugar.

          Note how sugar consumption increased when fluoride began to be added: 1960s nationwide? It’s an interesting coincidence. All of a sudden, there were sugary industrial pastries galore by the end of the decade in the US. (Two of my cousins ate them all the time. Both, as much as I loved them, had rotten or odd teeth.)

          The 1970s saw the introduction of ‘fun bars’ (IIRC) — mini candy bars. Hmm.

          In the 1980s, the US saw the rise of giant chocolate chip cookies and artisanal cake shops.

          Now the US has heavily frosted cupcakes. Even fluoride won’t work much on that.

          Furthermore, in the 1990s there was an American advert for a dental hygiene product that said, ‘Americans eat five times a day’. On holiday there at the time, my (far) better half and I were horrified. We ate twice a day then, now only once a day (most of the time).


  2. Sue says:

    Very strange that at the same time Armenia was rebelling against their authoritarian government an Armenian man was taking these lives. Makes you wonder if his mental problems weren’t helped along with a little dose of MkUltra.


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