JeffreyConnoisseur of leisurely thingsPremiumReviews:
Twenty young children were executed today, and 20 families will be changed for ever. I am having trouble accepting this news - I grieve for the families tonight, as I can't imagine life without my own young son.
I'd like to see us all drop the politics and the gun stuff for a while if we could. The deceased are of age that need help getting dressed in the morning, and I think it would do us all a bit of good to sit back, think about that, and save the NRA/anti-NRA arguments for another time.
These children were all innocent, and lives have been ruined forever. The human being, and I use that in the loosest possible term, that did this is hopefully rotting someplace. But I don't really believe in God, or Heaven or Hell. Hell has been created though, right here on Earth, for the families of the deceased.
I'm not a pray-er, but they're all in my my thoughts and I have cried most of the night.
We need to do better as a society, as a species, as an organism renting this planet, in order to survive. If we're going to continue this sort of bullshit, then an Apocalypse where we're all gone can't come soon enough. Human Experiment Completed.
He used to say that soul shine, is better than sunshine, better than moonshine, damn sure better than rain.
Debunking the 2012 hysteria. | Always looking for a new job | Begging the Wilpons to sell the Mets.
And six adults lost their lives trying to protect those children to their very end. They confronted an armed lunatic with no thought to their own safety and well being, only that of the children. They tried to shield the children with there own bodies, giving their own lives so that the children might live. We saw the worst and the best that humanity has to offer that day. I don't think I'll stop crying for a long time.
Isn't it sad that those that raise their right hand and swear "to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America" are usually the ones most likely to trash it.