Well we know where the bodies are now
@megamanx181x, 🌈 everywhere 🌈
@BecauseShutUp, 100-400 yards from the flower gardens?
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, I thought they were in the schools flower gardens
@megamanx181x, let the bodies hit the floor??
The flowers would be fertilized but I think it would be too soon only misses would grow and survivors who got shot would probably be more prone to disease. Plus, the massive acceleration would probably damage or destroy relevant parts of the seed. Do you see the way METAL bullets deform on impact. It’s a cute idea but no.
@Canis Arktos, they likely meant the casings not the actual bullet.
Aaaaaaand the clintons house suddenly becomes the largest flower garden in the U.S.
Just take my money
"It used to be an elementary school."
Seems like those flowers would be everywhere but america, since the army would be using them...
Wait what do you water it with....Oh wait
I enjoy shooting my pistol occasionally but since learning how many bird's (among other animals) including but not limited to eagles, hawks and falcons die of lead poisoning, it weighs on my mind. Not all of it is caused by ammunition but fishing using lead weights and manufacturing waste adds to the problem. Side note my entire life I've heard David Attenboroughs' voice on wildlife docs but his most recent really hit me hard. "A life on our planet" worth the watch.
@CWFTank, sadly, too may "documentaries" are just turning into political propoganda where problems are overstated. Those things are really now just one big commercial about how horrible humanity is. It's only a matter of time before Sarah McLachlan music starts playing while Attenborough is narrating.