This subject has been quite the rage here in the Atlanta metro area. Here's how it worked: The "news" team posted a message on Face3ook asking if anyone "heard" any celebratory gunfire on New Year's Eve. If so, a reporter wanted to speak with them and they may get on the news. Getting on the news . . . this is 2nd right behind getting on American Idol to about 80% of the population of Atlanta. That's the carrot. So, what you have is a "news" company creating news that just adds fuel to the fire of the current anti-gun craziness. Why is this news NOW. I guess there was no celebratory gunfire in past years eh? Anyone who lives in the south knows better. With that said, any responsible gun owner will tell you that firing into the air is a "no-no." It is taught from an early age. Residents want an end to celebratory gunfire | www.wsbtv.com Best interview: Jennifer Hipp said she spent part of her New Year's Eve in her husband's bulletproof gear. Isn't having "bullet-proof" gear one of the signs of a domestic terrorist??