Even though I'm very sad for this family, who now has to live with knowing what he was going to do, I'm so happy to see this in the news in this way- that it was STOPPED before anything happened.
It could have happened again, but it didn't.. because people were paying attention and asked questions.
I hope that we can all figure out that we are responsible for our communities and for helping each other. "It's not my problem" is too prevalent. Several times this year already, I've read about people who have died in their homes and no one's noticed for months, even years. There's a real disconnect somewhere. But this community has it right, and I just wanted to throw out some positive vibes today for them and for Littleton. I grew up there and went to Columbine- and it makes me feel good today that this was prevented.