Archive for December 16th, 2012

Picture of the Day

December 16, 2012

Originally posted on The "Great" One's Blog:

Love those see-thru tops… TGO

Denise 12/16/12

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Jill Lepore’s New Yorker article on gun control

December 16, 2012

Originally posted on Shiraz Socialist:

BATTLEGROUND AMERICA

One nation, under the gun

Just after seven-thirty on the morning of February 27th, a  seventeen-year-old boy named T. J. Lane walked into the cafeteria at Chardon  High School, about thirty miles outside Cleveland. It was a Monday, and the  cafeteria was filled with kids, some eating breakfast, some waiting for buses to  drive them to programs at other schools, some packing up for gym class. Lane sat  down at an empty table, reached into a bag, and pulled out a .22-calibre pistol.  He stood up, raised the gun, and fired. He said not a word.

Russell King, a seventeen-year-old junior, was sitting at a table with  another junior, Nate Mueller. King, shot in the head, fell face first onto the  table, a pool of blood forming. A bullet grazed Mueller’s ear. “I could see the  flame at the end of the gun,” Mueller said later. Daniel…

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Fantasy Art Collection By KalosysArt

December 16, 2012

Originally posted on Boyofbows Weblog:

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