Saturday, October 25, 2014

President Obama addresses the Nation on Ebola

This is Marysville Pilchuck School Shooter

His name was Jaylen Fryberg, and he is known forever as the Marysville Pilchuck School Shooter.

Here's more from HuffPo:
Authorities said that Fryberg, a football player and homecoming prince, shot five students and then turned the gun on himself. He died at the scene from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Police confirmed that a female student died in the shooting, according to The Seattle Times.

Four other students were taken to local hospitals, three of whom were admitted with head wounds, a spokeswoman for Providence Medical Center said at a press conference. All the victims were younger than 18, police said.

The school, which participates in active shooter drills, was placed in lockdown. Students were later evacuated, and could be seen on local television walking across a field with their hands in the air.

A friend of the shooter, identified only as Bryce, told NBC News that Fryberg was a popular student, and that "everyone knew him." Bryce was shocked that Fryberg was the shooter, since he didn't consider him violent.

The extended Fryberg family are well known locally, a neighbor told The Huffington Post.

"They're known for having a larger family in the area and having been here a long time," Ellie Shipe, 27, said. She lives across the street from the high school. "it's horrific," she said about the shooting.

A motive is not yet known, but a student at the school told the Seattle Times that the "shooter was angry at a girl who would not date him, and that the girl was one of the people shot."
Jaylen's Twitter was riddled with anger over the girl.

My heart goes out to the families and the community. This shouldn't have happened.

Hot Video: Phylle "I Love Him"

This video was very nice to see.

It's a celebration of love, sexuality and sensuality. "I Love Him" is by Phylle and it's cute.

Check it out

WATCH Bystanders take down a Homophobic Drunk at a Dallas Airport

This is unbelievable! This drunk attacks a man he believes to be gay and watch what happens next!

The guy should've kicked that redneck!

Friday, October 24, 2014

Ted Cruz’s Deputy Chief 'Jokingly' blames Obamacare for Ebola hitting the US

Ted Cruz's Deputy Chief tweeted this crap yesterday

After Twitter attacked back, Nick quickly deleted the tweet, claiming it was a joke. Too late though, many folks captured the tweet and may possibly use this against Cruz if he decides to run for president.

Trying to politicize Ebola is not the way to go. Joke or not, this speaks a lot about Ted's company and who he has working for him.

Listen to Bristol Palin messy recount of the Palin Brawl

We have all heard about the Palin Brawl. It's mostly Bristol Palin's fault and it has quickly labeled her as the Queen of White Trash.

So far, we don't know what really when down, but now we have the audio

This one has Sarah on it

This family is a hot ass mess! And I love it!

Am I heading towards a Mid-Life Crisis?

Sometimes, I feel like I'm about hit a mid-life crisis. I don't know why, but I feel like it's coming. Has anyone experienced this?

Well, let me rewind a bit. I kinda know why. I'm restless and I feel trapped in between life's goals and just living life. I want so much more, but I don't know how to achieve it. It's frustrating and it's making me rebellious in some strange way.

Don't worry, I'm not going to find some 20 year-old boyfriend and join a cult. I'm just feeling a bit lost right now.

This probably doesn't make any sense, but I had to get this out.

Amnesty International releases its report on the Human Rights Abuses in Ferguson

Check it out

On the Streets of America Amnesty International by Viktor T. Kerney

U.S. Rep. Steve King knows he won't see Gays in Heaven

U.S. Rep. Steve King knows that gay aren't in Heaven.

This freak of nature spatted off on a radio interview about his thoughts on gays and the pearly gates:

Those assessments from the conservative western Iowa congressman came during his forceful takes on a preliminary document released by a collection of Catholic bishops that calls for broader acceptance of homosexuals and people who are divorced or living together without being married.

“I would say that what was a sin 2,000 years ago is a sin today, and we need to stick to that principle,” King said in an interview with The Jefferson Herald.

The report from the bishops — which at the time of the interview King said he had “picked up little pieces in the news” about — is not a final guiding document, and is expected to generate animated debate in the church worldwide.

“I owe it to Pope Francis to read it carefully and read it with precision before I pass judgment on it,” King said. “I would just say that in fact to pass judgment on his document seems a bit presumptuous as I hear myself say that.”
Among other things, the synod document says “homosexuals have gifts and qualities to offer to the Christian community,” and “with homosexual unions, there are instances where mutual assistance to the point of sacrifice is a valuable support in the life of these persons.” For the divorced, the report calls for “great respect.” And with regard to cohabitation, the working language includes the following thinking, “Such unions can display authentic family values or at least an inherent desire for them.”

King declined to say whether he thought divorce or cohabitation are sins.

God, he's a mess.


Insidious: Chapter 3 Official Teaser Trailer