I'm sure you've all seen the news: This past weekend, a video game nazi shot up a Walmart in El Paso, TX, and then later that evening, another one shot up a bar in Dayton, OH.
The people at the bar in Dayton, OH, probably thought they were safe, because who commits a mass shooting the same day as another mass shooting? You should wait at least a day, if not a full week. The shooting in El Paso, for example, took place nearly a week after the Gilroy Garlic Festival was shot up.
In the past few years, it's become increasingly difficult to rack up impressive numbers in a mass shooting—in the value-neutral sense of the term impressive, mind you. Omar Mateen, in the Pulse nightclub, had the benefit of cops not wanting to go into a gay bar until everyone was dead, while Stephen Paddock, in Las Vegas, had bump stocks and an ideal perch above a country music festival.
Even if your mass shooting racks up numbers similar to the one immediately preceding it, it won't get the attention it deserves. You gotta give the news cycle time to reset. Fortunately, it takes the media less time than ever to get over a mass shooting. The Las Vegas shooting took place on a Sunday and was out of the news by that Tuesday, despite its numbers.
Another thing to consider is that mass shootings seem to be on a cycle based on the ethnicity of their victims. The three mass shootings that have been linked to 8chan so far have targeted Jews, Muslims and Hispanics, in that order. That should mean that black people are up next (oh no!), but arguably, we should be granted a reprieve, since we were disproportionately represented amongst the victims in Dayton.
As I'm writing this, it's yet to be revealed whether the Dayton shooter was from 8chan. He had a weirdly feminine face, like Elliot Rodger, so I'm thinking his issue may have been romantic in nature. His sister was one of his victims, and she was in a bar where a lot of brothers were hanging out, so it's easy enough to do the math on that. (Rodger, you'll recall, was also disturbed by his sister's "personal life.")
As a precaution, I'd avoid going to any white events for the next few weeks. At least until after Labor Day. Garlic festivals, for example. Concerts black people don't have any business being at, e.g Ed Sheeran. If you have to go to Walmart, wait until like 11:30 PM, on a weeknight, with your elementary-school-age children in tow, like a true hoodrat.