Kvetch is Yiddish for complaining. Actually, more like bitching and moaning. Whatever you call it, yesterday’s arrest of rapmeister Bryan Leach has the mainstream media highlighting the fact that he loaded his illegal Kel-Tec .380 with hollow-point bullets. Hollow point bullets! The Associated Press, for example, would like you to know that “Hollow-point bullets, which are legal in New York, expand after impact, a feature that can make injuries worse.” As opposed to making injuries better, I suppose. Which would truly make the RCA Music Group’s senior vice president’s gun number one with a bullet.