OK. I don’t know what Fergie did to the national anthem at the NBA All-Star game, and I’m not even going to track it down on YouTube to get the full experience.
But if it was as bad as everyone says it was, would the crimson-coated, pussy-grabbing babyman have approved if all of the players took a knee?
I enjoy these react channel episodes. They look so happy to be there.
I, too, think the “your parents sold you for beer money” explanation was bogus. What are we going to find out?
This time in Florida. Again.
A 19-year-old former student armed with an AR-15 opened fire inside a South Florida high school on Wednesday, police said, killing at least 17 people in the latest burst of deadly violence to erupt inside an American school.
The shooting sparked a brief, intense manhunt across the quiet suburban community of Parkland, Fla., locking teachers and students huddled inside classrooms until officers captured the young man they said had gunned down his former peers.
A dozen people were killed inside the school, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel told reporters Wednesday evening. Three more died outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, while two others died at area hospitals. Others wounded in the shooting were still undergoing surgery, he said.
“It’s a horrific, horrific day,” said Israel, noting that his triplets had graduated from the same school where the shooting occurred.
The shooting was the latest in a long line of violent attacks that have shattered the peace inside schools, movie theaters, churches, offices and other public places. Once again, bullets tore through school hallways as students and teachers sought shelter. Once again, lives were cut short and others were irrevocably, painfully changed. Once again, the nation watched with horror as it confronted the unthinkable.
For Israel’s department, the shooting at Douglas marked the second time in a little over a year that they have responded to a mass shooting. In January 2017, Broward Sheriff’s deputies rushed to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to respond to a gunman who got off of a plane, pulled out a gun and began firing at other travelers, killing five people.
And now we wait to see what the dipshit-in-chief is going to say.
Hmmm. Thoughts and prayers. How original.
And sad to say, but The Onion captures this horror perfectly:
Since I rarely watch broadcast television, I didn’t know this Pepsi ad existed until today. (And Pink was the best.)