Thursday, July 21, 2016

TROUBLE

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A Social Experiment

Gonna Miss This Lady

James Corden host of the late, late show, is noted for his carpool karaoke bits on his show. THIS has got to be my favorite.




After the episode aired, the Secret Service sent James Corden a shout out on Twitter, thanking him for getting her back safely. I’d have to check to be sure, but I doubt this has ever happened to another TV show host. Way to make history, James Corden!


U.S. Secret Service ✔ @SecretService
Thank you @JKCorden and the @latelateshow for bringing @FLOTUS home safe and sound after #CarpoolKaraoke. We were watching @SecretService
12:01 AM - 21 Jul 2016

Monday, July 18, 2016

Monday Morning Smile

None today.

Sunday was a bloody Sunday in Baton Rouge. My heart is at the breaking point.

WHAT THE FUCK, AMERICA??? WHAT THE FUCK? KILLING INNOCENT PEOPLE? KILLING COPS JUST DOING THEIR JOBS?

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Thank you Thank you, Duane Leblanc .


Heaven welcomed 3 beautiful souls on July 17 2016 - from the Baton Rouge Police Department.



Earlier in the month, Montrell Jackson took to Facebook to express his thoughts after recent shooting deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and five Dallas police officers.

“I swear to God I love this city but I wonder if this city loves me,” he wrote on July 8. “In uniform I get nasty hateful looks and out of uniform some consider me a threat. I’ve experienced so much in my short life and these last 3 days have tested me to the core. … Finally I personally want to send my prayers out to everyone directly affected by this tragedy. These are trying times. Please don’t let hate infect your heart. This city MUST and WILL get better. I’m working in these streets so any protestors, officers, friends, family, or whoever, if you see me and need a hug or want to say a prayer. I got you.”




Brad Garafola was 45-years-old and had been with the sheriff's office for 24 years.
Garafola Was Working Extra Duty at The Store Near The Shooting & His Wife Encountered the Scene on Her Way to Meet Him


Matthew Gerald, a former Marine who had joined the Baton Rouge police force a year ago. Matt was the kind of guy that you knew immediately when he entered the room," said Ryan D. Cabral, who served with Gerald in Iraq. "Whether it was the energy he carried with him or that Cajun accent he had . . . maybe it was the Marine in him.
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