Дата публикации: 2017-06-12 04:32
Of course, there are far bigger problems in the world today—if you’d like help out those affected by Hurricane Harvey, here’s a good place to start —but Liam’s GoFundMe is probably the only crowdfunding campaign I’ve ever considered donating to without any hope for a return. The story behind it is excellent, involving little tragedy, and the money will supposedly go to a good cause. Some days the internet is good, I guess.
Sasha Faichney wrote: “Mental abuse from all angles. The people who done it know who they are and the guilt should be carried with them forever.”
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson gestures while posing for a photograph at the Sydney Opera House, in Sydney. Johnson is there to attend AUKMIN, the annual meeting of UK and Australian Foreign and Defence Ministers.
Leanne Morrison, 78, had been targeted with the abuse as part of a campaign by online trolls and, in the months leading up to her death, had criticised what she called “pathetic, disgusting lies” being said about her.
That sounds an awful lot like a threat of continued violence if white supremacists don’t get their way thinly veiled as an appeal to discourse, and Charlottesville residents seemed more than done listening.
Our GM is the only dumbass in the league that would draft a kicker in the second round because he was trying to outsmart the rest of the league and because 85% of our fans are also homer FSU fans.
Tampa and the Bucs are like any mid-tier American city and franchise, capable of inducing rage or joy depending on how you pick your spots. Is Tampa racist? Yes, because it is in America. But it leans left, has good museums, good concerts, decent theater, a pretty fun party district and excellent food. There are great things to do if you’re looking for them. For the most part, you get what you put into it.
So yeah, there might be a reason Charlottesville simply wasn’t interested in whatever Kessler has to say. According to a video posted by WVIR-TV’s Henry Graff, members of the crowd chanted “shame” as Kessler approached the podium.
“Every woman who likes to frolic in bodies of water should own a pair of Saltwater Sandals. [ Ed note: if you have fussy feet that require comfort and support, you should NOT own a pair of Salwater Sandals. ] They are SUPER CUTE and always look great no matter how much water you frolic in. You can splash around at the beach, wash the sand off with a hose, and wear them to dinner. I have the original in yellow and tan , and I get compliments whenever I wear them.” - Claire Lower, Staff Writer