He opened up a merch store for a clothing line he called "Cold Soul" featuring the above (incredibly tacky AND offensive) shirt featuring the Columbine shooters on the front and the message "Shoot First…Ask Questions Last" on the back). So edgy! On another shirt, we see a photo of Edward Furlong from American History X blowing smoke at an African American character in the movie with the phrase "Violence Is A Way of Life" on the back. SO EDGY!!! What violence has Frankie Palmeri been apart of other than being beaten up by Vincent of The Acacia Strain? Needless to say the store was quickly shut down after a multitude of complaints. Check out this other works of art no longer available:
I honestly don't think Palmeri is a racist, or rather, he doesn't think he's racist. He's just doing this clearly to get some attention and to be "edgy." Too bad he had nobody to tell him how stupid this would make him look.