Twitter and High School

A girl from Parkland Tweeted a response to what was perhaps Trump’s most anodye Tweet since becoming President.

Her Twitter page is gone, but the Internet never forgets.

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Twitter is dangerous.

Never in a million years would I have thought to say to the President he is a “fucking piece of shit.” 

My dad would have killed.  I’d be dead, just dead.

If the paramedics managed to bring me back (and my dad didn’t kill me a second time) I’d be sure I’d never get a job in a professional setting in my life.

I’d spend eternity under the Rickenbacker Causeway with the convicted pedophiles.

I think it’s best that I stunt my children’s social growth, no Facebook or Twitter until they are adults.

This is unbelievable.

9 Replies to “Twitter and High School”

  1. I am sick and tired of these idiots who think more gun control will stop this.
    The ONLY cure for this is arming and training faculty to defend children and them selves.




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    1. Laws limiting the coverage and fame the shooters get would help. Most of the sick bastards do it for the infamy that the media is so willing to give them.




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      1. Laws would be unconstitutional. The First Amendment trumps any laws suppressing the Press.

        What would work, and would be constitutional, is a voluntary agreement amongst the Networks, wire services, and major papers. Personally I think the name should include a perjorative description of the shooter.

        They want fame, and are willing to settle for infamy. We need to give them scorn and ridicule instead. e.g. The needle-dicked Pulse Nightclub shooter.




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        1. Dean Ing did it very nicely in “Soft Targets”, a novel in which “the Media” decide they are only going to describe terrorists as cartoonish drooling losers.




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