We recently read that New Orleans Police are investigating the shooting injuries of a man and two women in the French Quarter during the Super Bowl 2010 celebration.
The Super Bowl shooting in New Orleans occurred at approximately 12 a.m. Monday at the intersection of Iberville and Bourbon Streets.
A 25-year old man sustained a wound to his right ankle and two women, both in their 30s, were shot in their left legs. Police say all the victims were treated and released.
It’s interesting that the odds of getting shot in a crowd in New Orleans are considered to be 1,199 to 1. The odds of experiencing rapid acceleration in a Toyota are 13,500 to 1.
The Super Bowl Shooting in New Orleans is barely anywhere in the news at 1,199 to 1 odds. However, Toyota acceleration at 13,500 to 1 odds is being pounded in the media almost every hour….
Something Wrong Here….