Courageous? Matter of opinion. Sad? Without a doubt. Confusing? Very much so. In our so called modern society we so easily rally behind media created issues to the point we've lost our ability to think indpendently. We quickly declare this the new norm. Thus a social norm is born not from the collective conscience of the American people but from the controlled media who stream to the Sheeple of the United States these contrived notions of what is and isn't to be accepted in our society. Our trajectory is not one of cohesion and togetherness but one of extreme diversity and perversity all considered and declared "normal" by those who brainwash us everyday with these bits of so called "courage". I feel great remorse for Bruce Jenner because even now he doesn't exude what I would consider true happiness. His statements seem more of a narrative than a declaration of relief from pain and suffering. I would rally behind this man's "journey" if I truly thought he was doing this unpressured and with a clean bill of mental health. The unspoken ugly side of transgenderism is the associated mental health issues - depression, suicide attempts, and post op regret in many. We only want to momentarily exalt in what we so easily call courage when what we're really witnessing is an agonized soul longing to identify with something. God watch over you Bruce Jenner and may you find comfort in the long term.
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The second amendment carries with it personal responsibility. In today's world you cannot walk around openly with an AR or any gun really and not expect people to become alarmed. Spare me the "people need to get over it" or "people need to respect the Constitution" retorts. We live in a society where numerous examples have proven people will hurt and kill other people with firearms. Mass shootings scare people and rightfully so, and as responsible gun owners we need to not feed that fear by attempting to create confrontations with law enforcement. These types of videos only hurt the cause of the second amendment and show that gun owners will cause alarm and panic to prove some point. What that point is I don't know!?! The 2nd and 4th Amendments are key liberties spellled out in the Bill of Rights, however we as citizens of a society should respect one another and if people are alarmed and unwillingly to accept people openly carrying ARs in a urban shopping center than we should respect that as well. Keep it locked up in your car or better yet conceal carry and still know you can protect yourself adequately! Again these videos prove very little except if you want a negative encounter with law enforcement than walk around an urban area with an AR openly displayed and you'll get all the attention you could hope for...until things like Aurora, Columbine, Sandy Hook, Navy Yard, Virginia Tech, and on and on stop happening you're not going to win people over to the Second Amendment side of the argument. You're simply feeding the fear people already have of someone carrying a long gun openly in an urban area!
Who writes the title for these videos?!? "Scaredy pants"....the guy shooting this video sounds like a bitch! Get a life loser. Can't wait until you're being assaulted and calling 911 crying for help. YouTube cop haters rockin' it again! You keyboard ninjas keep it real. Make sure mom brings you some Doritos and a new Mountain Dew later.
What's missing in all this "revelation" is what was the damage done by the shutdown? Millions of federal government employees got 10 paid days off from work. Some parks and monuments were closed (as decreed by the President), but other than that what was the damage? Millions of federal workers laughed all the way to the bank...they've been paid all their salary plus not charged one day off!?!? I will gladly take 10 paid days off...please....Rachel Maddow is a liberal zealot and nothing else! If she could blame typhoons on the Republicans she would!!
Well done review, however a determined burglar will rip the front of that mirror off with a pry bar in seconds. Most burglars want to get in and get out quickly. They are opportunistic parasites who count on residents to leave their valuables out. Top four items tbey look for - cash, jewelry, firearms, and electronics - most of these are easily used or sold. Electronics are getting tougher with GPS technology but there still remains a blackmarket for stolen cellphones especially. You don't see many of these street thugs carrying tablets or crap like...they also like iPods and other devices that store music but never underestimate what is wanted in your area. I am certain cellphones remain number one but depending on where you live and the ilegal market demand that will give you some idea of what is being stolen on the regular. Cash speaks for itself and then jewelry (esp. gold) can be easily sold/pawned. Then there are firearms! Guns are either kept fpr personal use or sold to another, yet more dangerous, criminal enterprise of those who deal in stolen guns. I am always dismayed when I hear about gun owners who keep their firearms stored openly in their homes or cars! You types of people are what keep our criminal justice enterprise alive! A gun in a nivht stand or under mattress does you no good when you are at work and the burglar breaks and enters your home. Then there is the special class of retard who keeps a gun in his car overnight and then acts shocked the next morning when his car has been broken into and his gun is missing! Home security systems are some of the best deterrents as well as a dog (esp big ones) who looks menacing. Again, these types of people are opportunistic parasites who depend on good people letting their guard down feeling secure because they live in a good neighborhood. If you spend upwards of 6-9 hours a day from Mon-Fri then you should have an alarm system and some type of safe to store your valuables in while you are away. Yes safes can be defeated but it takes a special kind of courage to tear a safe apart while an alarm is wailing in the background and the alarm company is caling 911.
Sarah thanks again for sharing with us your talents and gift. No one else is doing these types of sessions at the level and quality you do them. After a long day it is nice to put the headphones on and relax to your voice. Like a lot of your followers I have a very active mind and busy lifestyle and it takes a lot for me to "unplug" but your videos are like relaxation therapy. I discovered your videos last year while deployed overseas and I've been following you ever since. Hope you're well and happy!