NEW YORK, NY — Engaged in a heated debate about gun control, New York University sophomore Rafi Melamed could barely contain his excitement at the prospect of using the most devastating human tragedy in modern history to further his argument.
According to eyewitnesses, Melamed’s face turned a bright red and large veins protruded from his forehead as soon as classics major Susan DeRosan floated the idea of a firearm buy-back policy.
“Oh, I just couldn’t wait to underscore my point with the systematic obliteration of millions of my ancestors,” said Melamed. “There’s just no way to rebut that.”
At press time, Melamed was seen roaming his local Hillel eavesdropping on conversations, looking for another hit of sweet sweet moral indignation.