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#1 surfergirl


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Posted 21 October 2013 - 11:35 PM

  1. News for 13 yr old boy shooting in america today
    1. Reuters ‎- 6 hours ago
      "A kid started getting mad and he pulled out a gun and shoots my friend, one of ... United States in recent years, including a shootinglast December at a Connecticut ... A 13-year-old eighth grader, Kyle Nucum, ...
      S0 SAD,,, Man what is up with these 13 yr old kids. Shooting & starting fires etc.....
      Pardon me for sounding old fashion but. when I was 13 I was still to young to get a part time job or even be allowed to stay at home alone.
      Now 13yrs olds are out when they should be sleeping. This world is so upside down. :upsidedown: 


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Posted 22 October 2013 - 12:42 AM

I feel sorry for all involved. It's strange though that the kids say the shooter was nice to everyone..Most of the time the child/teen shooters involved are described as troubled or leashing out..I wonder what made this kid snap? Whatever it was, I hope they find out and stop anyone else at that school from going down the same path..

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Posted 22 October 2013 - 01:27 PM

That is crazy. Think this kid had multiple personalities and he'd been held in a hostage situation by his anger personality. Then his guilt personality  committed  suicide after pangs of  conscience.

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Posted 22 October 2013 - 01:40 PM

Cannot help but wonder whether the 13-year old was on some type of antidepressant medication.  Most, if not all, young folks committing mass murders and these type atrocities (including suicides) are under the influence of some type of antidepressant medication.  There have been numerous scientific studies that concluded a connection between violence, suicide, homicide, and antidepressants. 

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Posted 22 October 2013 - 02:47 PM

Did anyone ever see the mi ie One Eight Seven with Samuel L Jackson? I remember it from the year I was baptized but just saw the name on the TV guide. It wa written by a teacher. It said something like one in ten (if I remember right) teachers are hit at school by students. This was 16 yrs ago do things have only gotten worse. 187 was a code for Homicide in LA and the teacher's books had been tagged with 187 written in them. He knew he was marked for death just for flunking a kid. It was a heartbreaking, violent and eye opening movie.

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Posted 23 October 2013 - 01:29 PM

A report on the T.V. news a girl student said, "This boy was nice, he would try to cheer you up if you were down.

He would buy you a snack if he could. He had been bullied by some students lately. It's just not like him to do that. "  She was visably upset, sitting next to an adult.



This was not an official police report, but an interviewed student.

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 12:33 PM

I'm of the mind set that there's much more involved with our young. We have polluted foods-



The overwhelming majority of pesticides used on U.S. farms do not show up on our food. And yet,

  • 93% of Americans tested by the CDC had metabolites of chlorpyrifos — a nuerotoxic insectide — in their urine. Banned from home use because of its risks to children, chlorpyrifos is part of a family of pesticides (organophosphates) linked to ADHD.
  • 99% of Americans tested positive for DDT degradants, even though DDT hasn't been used in the U.S. since 1972. Women who were exposed to DDT as girls are 5 times more likely to develop breast cancer.

How is it that these two pesticides are found in over 90% of Americans? Through the food we eat.


Then we have neglect on a huge scale, bullying in schools (or should I say in our social networking arena for children, sorry, my opinion of public school), parental neglect and last but not least of all the satanic influence all around.


I am also feeling shocked and numbed over the recent news stories of children going on shooting sprees. How easy it must be for satan to push our young to go to this extreme. And worse yet is to know we are not equipped to fix it. Only Jehovah has the power to stop it. All we can do is encourage and educate the remaining shocked children out there and their parents.


And PRAY. Bring on the Great War!

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 12:36 PM

And people wonder why I moved over to Farmer's Markets-




Kids & Organics

Children’s developing brains and bodies make them especially vulnerable to pesticide residues found on food. Pound for pound, they drink 2.5 times more water and eat 3-4 times more food. Studies have found that children with high pesticide exposures in the womb are at increased risk of being born with birth defects. They also face developmental delays and are more likely to suffer from ADHD and autism spectrum disorders.

Within days of switching to organic fruits & vegetables, many pesticides clear from children's bodies.

Fortunately, analysis has shown that within days of switching schoolchildren's diets from conventional to one with organic fruits and vegetables, many pesticide metabolites become undetectable in urine. According to The Organic Center, the most rigorous science tells us that organically grown produce is more nutritious than conventionally grown produce.

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