Some fear-mongering is just to good to die, note how the very first paragraph has ensured a biased jury by leaving a columbine survivor in their ranks to get all hysterical about mass-shootings. We want to raise awareness of PTSD but not point directly at it. It's funny how reading a weeks worth of news at once can turn up all the idiosyncratic tidbits. Mapping technology creating ice, what will they dream up next?
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Strange... I just bore witness to why j-walking is illegal as I watched more than half a dozen people get off the bus and look the opposite direction of oncoming traffic. Sure the first two people were fine because they knew how to cross the street, but the remainder of the group stood doe-eyed in path of oncoming traffic until the oncoming car had the nerve to honk... You can bet there were more than one nasty hand gesture thrown in that direction... Life imitating life, I almost started laughing and pointing were that not so cliché. I know I was meant to see that otherwise I wouldn't have.
I know it's hard to admit to being (in the) wrong, and much easier to flip the bird at that which conscientiously tried not to kill you for being wrong, but it still doesn't make you less wrong. I'm sure I had more to say here, but this post just feels like it ends right about there... -dirtykid©