Nothing screams like Reddit activism then a picture.
Did the investigation say these actions were directives from Putin? Or were those asshats working of their own accord?
That is cool. Hope it stays.
My neighbor still has a Christmas tree rotting in their front lawnish area. I want your neighbors.
Might have to cut the wings.
Of course you do, you love it so much you didn't even bother to change the title. http://www.reddit.com/sub/pics/comments/5tl3b0/love_this/
Sure thing, just tell those who would eat at my table, not to break into my house, and demand to be fed.
If you’re making a longer table, it’s implied you’re allowing them to eat.
Unless you meant people who try to take advantage of kindness.
Graduated Princeton in '66 with a degree in politics
Got his Masters from from NYU in '67
Enlisted in the Marines in 68, subsequently attended Army Ranger and Army Jump School
Sent to south Vietnam while he served as a rifle platoon Commander
In April of 1969 he was shot in the thigh, recovered and returned to active duty
Earned the following medals while serving in vietnam,
-Bronze Star with Combat V
-Navy and Marine Corp Commendation Medals
-Combat Action Ribbon
-National Defense Medal
-Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross
..just to name a few
Returned to the US and earned a law degree in '73
Worked 3 years as litigator in San Francisco, then 12 years in the US Attorney Office, and rose to chief of Criminal Division
Moved to Boston to work as Assistant US attorney, prosecuted financial fraud, terrorism, public corruption, narcotics conspiracies, and money laundering
Nominated FBI director under Bush (confirmed 98-0 in the Senate)
One week after taking office came the 9/11 attacks.
Donald "Cadet Bonespurs" Trump:
"Avoiding STDs was like my personal vietnam"
Here's what his "hoax investigation" has already done with only more to come:
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russians during the 2016 campaign and is cooperating with the Mueller investigation.
Former foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russians during the 2016 campaign and is cooperating with the Mueller investigation.
Former deputy campaign chairman Rick Gates is reportedly on the verge of signing a plea agreement and cooperating with Mueller. Gates faces a variety of charges, including money laundering and other financial crimes.
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort faces a variety of charges of financial crimes
13 Russians have been indicted on participating in a broad-scale attempt to throw the election to Trump.
All this and the President will not admit any involvement from Russia and will not impose sanctions that were nearly unanimously voted on with bipartisan support.
I only knew him as the former FBI directer. Knowing all this makes the smear campaign against him even more disgusting.
You said that no Trump campaign officials were indicted.
Paul J. Manafort, Jr., of Alexandria, Va., and Richard W. Gates III, of Richmond, Va., have been indicted by a federal grand jury on Oct. 27, 2017, in the District of Columbia. The indictment contains 12 counts: conspiracy against the United States, conspiracy to launder money, unregistered agent of a foreign principal, false and misleading FARA statements, false statements, and seven counts of failure to file reports of foreign bank and financial accounts. The case was unsealed on Oct. 30, 2017, after the defendants were permitted to surrender themselves to the custody of the FBI.
Did you mail that or the person who posted this yesterday? I’m confused.
Edit: OP provided proof that it was original content from a friend. Now let’s send our thoughts and prayers to the friend who’s information was just posted to this thread.
How the fuck was this mailed today when I posted it yesterday?
I don’t mind the reposts so much, it’s the “this is a thing that I did” statements taking credit for something someone else did.
Aaron Feis - 44, Sheilded students from bullets with his own body.
Peter Wang - 15, Held the door open so that his classmates may run to safety.
Scott Beigel - 35, Shot dead while assisting student to take shelter in his classroom.
15 years old with the sense to hold the door open to make sure more people can run out. No doubt saved lives. Damn. His parents raised a good son.
Some more inforation about some of them. Source
Alyssa Alhadeff, soccer player
Alyssa, 14, was a student at Stoneman Douglas and a soccer player for Parkland Travel Soccer.
Lori Alhadeff, Alyssa's mother, told HLN she dropped her daughter off at school Wednesday and said "I love you." When Lori Alhadeff heard about the shooting, she hustled to school, but was too late.
Scott Beigel, teacher
Beigel, a geography teacher, was killed as he tried to usher students back into his classroom when the shooting broke out. Kelsey Friend, one of Beigel's students, told CNN in an emotional interview that he was shot outside the classroom door and that he saved her life.
Nicholas Dworet, star swimmer
Dworet, a 17-year-old senior, was killed in the shooting, the University of Indianapolis confirmed. Dworet was recruited for the university swim team and would have been an incoming freshman this fall.
Aaron Feis, football coach
"He died the same way he lived -- he put himself second," she said. "He was a very kind soul, a very nice man. He died a hero." Colton Haab, a 17-year-old junior who had a close relationship with Feis, told CNN he saw the coach running toward the sounds of gunshots.
Jaime Guttenberg, student
Jaime, 14, was among the victims, according to a Facebook post by her father, Fred.
"My heart is broken. Yesterday, Jennifer Bloom Guttenberg and I lost our baby girl to a violent shooting at her school. We lost our daughter and my son Jesse Guttenberg lost his sister.
Chris Hixon, athletic director.
His widow, Debra, was telling CNN that he was "probably the best man that I ... " when she couldn't go on.
Luke, 15, was "an amazing individual. Always happy, always smiling. His smile was contagious, and so was his laugh," his cousin, Grant Cox, said.
Cara Loughran, 14, danced at the Drake School of Irish Dance in South Florida. "Cara was a beautiful soul and always had a smile on her face," the dance studio said in a statement. "We are heartbroken as we send our love and support to her family during this horrible time."
Petty's family said she was vibrant and determined. She had volunteered after Hurricane Irma hit Florida in September. "Alaina loved to serve," the statement from her family said. She was also a part of the "Helping Hands" program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Pollack, 18, had been accepted at Lynn University in Boca Raton. Spokeswoman Jamie D'Aria said: "Meadow was a lovely young woman, who was full of energy. We were very much looking forward to having her join our community in the fall. "
Martin Duque Anguiano 14, Peter Wang 15, Carmen Schentrup 16, Helena Ramsay 17, Gina Montalto 14, Joaquin Oliver 17 were all named as a victim of the shooting by Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel at a news conference.
It's so unspeakably sad, to see a life summed up in one sentence.
Also, any proof that he held a door open for people? At this point I feel people are really jumping on the dead-person karma train.
This is a very nice picture. He will always be remembered...Is he a friend of yours?
Are you Peter Wang? No.
Is this picture and homage already on the front page of reddit, yes.
Are you a new account on reddit, no.
The fuck. You're as bad as the journalist that was salivating at exclusives from the kid on snapchat during the shooting, except less organized.
Edit: Aaannnd you down voted me off the bat - look at OP's history, they already banked 300 points on the same pic 2 hours earlier on the same subreddit. Fucking if anyone had to die in a tragedy, it was you - capitalizing on empathy.
The previous post was removed for trying to elicit sympathy.
OP's trying again.
But you're totally right. Front page is full of pictures of the victims trying to garner the sympathy karma
it's not their kids, it's other people's kids. until it's their kids.
it's not their kids, it's other people's kids.
Which is one of the defining problems of America today -- the lack of a sense of shared responsibility.
Australia had a mass shooting in the mid 90's. They banned guns and we haven't had one since. Criminals still have guns, yes. They still shoot each other - yes.
Schools don't get shot up. Malls don't get shot up. Random people don't get shot up.
America has a massive problem with guns but the majority seem to stick their heads in the sand hoping it'll all go away. It's not going away - and more kids are going to be killed before this year is through. There is going to be at least 2 more school shootings. There will be at least one more mass shooting on a large scale.
This is all Middle East shit, but within the USA.
The worst part is not caring about gun safety around children. I grew up hunting, and I had to take a safety course every year or so to keep my youth license. I had my own guns, but I was never allowed to take them out without permission, and I didn't have access to the key for the locker myself. I almost always hunted supervised, the only time that didn't really happen was if there happened to be a turkey right in the yard, and even then my dad watched from the window.
I was bullied a lot as a kid, but because of my gun safety lessons, it never seriously crossed my mind to try and bring a gun to school. When I was suicidal, sometimes I thought about shooting myself, but there was no feasible way that I could do that because of the trouble I'd have to go through to both get my gun and to be alone with it. We also watched a video in the safety class that showed very graphic images of a murder, a suicide, a necessary police action that resulted in someone dying in the hospital, and a serious hunting accident. Stomaching it on video was enough to deter me from being interested in doing that in real life.
impressive how much of a hero this 15-year-old is. can't imagine what his parents are going through right now
Some men go their entire lives without ever knowing if they have what it takes to run into danger when others run away. Many others die way too young finding out.
Such a valiant young man. What a goddamn waste.
I have so much respect for people who put others ahead of them, RIP Peter
Seriously...have some respect.
I am a hardened old man, but this gets to me for some reason. The bastard that did this shot a bunch of kids and then surrendered to the cops. Bang it out with the cops and leave the kids alone, or better yet, just blow your defective brain out the back of your skull. bastard.
People are supposed to escape dangerous places for a better life in America. Not the other way around.
Sure, why not? I'm more interested in the victims.