Floating Sheep explains that although Orange County, Calif., has the highest absolute number of tweets mentioning many of the slurs, because of its significant overall Twitter activity, such hateful tweets are less prominent and don't feature prominently on the map.
Totally not surprised. I'm guessing most of those tweets are from people who live in HB. But all of OC is pretty horrible. I have given up on reading the local newspaper online. I cannot take the constant racist comments. So disgusting to find this out about the county I live in. I suspected but hoped that I was just being dramatic.
You know they're professional actors, right? I just read it on the Yahoo homepage. They were funny, though.
Yeah, I read it this evening. They are talented.
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I was in 1st grade, he was only 1 year older than me, and I remember feeling so sick with worry while watching the coverage. I think everyone was glued to their tv, because a missing child story was not very common at that point. Like BabyJessica, you could not turn away and just held hope that he was okay. I remember being lectured heavily, from that point on, about never taking to strangers, unless I was lost. (Not really possible in life, especially if you want to meet people, but you know what they mean.) If I needed help, approach a woman. Even better, a woman with children or a police officer, or a store employee, etc. After thinking about that, I thought about the Boy Scout missing for 4 days in Utah. That was sometime in the mid 2000's, if I remember right. He was 10 or 11 and had gotten lost. He had hidden from everyone (including rescuers) who walked by because his parents told him to never, ever, talk to strangers. He might be abducted, and he was more scared of being abducted than starving/thirsting to death, which he came close to doing. There really is a fine line between equipping children for this world, and over protecting/terrifying/overly sensitizing them. Not saying my parents were perfect by any stretch, nobodies are, and I do not envy any of them.
I am glad they gave me some space, tried to prepare me for the realities of life (immediate and future) and let me screw up & answer for it. They did alright I owe my mom an awesome mothers day-out after I get done with this stretch of work.
Fifi, I had just graduated high school when this happened. I remember it like it was yesterday. I had never heard anything like like that happening, let alone in my state. A lot of good things to protect children came from that horrible tragedy.
It's one of those moments that you can't forget, and yes, many good things did come out of that, and they keep working to improve it every year.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??
I'm meeting my deceased ex-boyfriend's brother for dinner in a few hours and I am sick w/ nerves. Other than the reconnect 2 summers ago, I haven't seen him in over 20 yrs. He makes the whole thing come back to me and I don't think he realizes how deeply it affected me and still does. Ugh.