When did Active shooters Become Routine In our Schools?

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Malcolm Gladwell Hosts AMA On the Spread of School Shootings And what he thinks needs to be done to stop them: a glimpse into the cultural phenomenon that turns teenagers into murderers. Gabrielle Canon

Malcolm Gladwell Hosts AMA On the Spread of School Shootings http://t.co/gN0loGuAin via @upvoted #activeshooter #Schools

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When did Active shooters Become Routine In our Schools?  Thresholds of Violence How school shootings catch on. BY MALCOLM GLADWELL Retweeted The New Yorker (@NewYorker): Read @Gladwell’s story on the rise of school shootings, then ask him… http://t.co/slaK6D0qJQ — Felix A. Montelara (@FelixMontelara) October 17, 2015On the evening of April 29th last year, in the southern Minnesota town of Waseca, a woman was doing the dishes when she looked out her kitchen window and saw a young man walking through her backyard. He was wearing a backpack and carrying a fast-food bag and was headed in the direction of the MiniMax Storage facility next to her house. Something about him didn’t seem right. Why was he going through her yard instead of using the sidewalk? He walked through puddles, not around them. He fiddled with the lock of Unit 129 as if he were trying to break in. She called the police. A group of three officers arrived and rolled up the unit’s door. The young man was standing in the center. He was slight of build, with short-cropped brown hair and pale skin. Scattered around his feet was an assortment of boxes and containers: motor oil, roof cement, several Styrofoam coolers, a can of ammunition, a camouflage bag, and cardboard boxes labelled “red iron oxide,” filled with a red powder. His name was John LaDue. He was seventeen years old. Click here for full Article: http://linkis.com/upvoted.com/2015/10/9bv9b

When did Active shooters Become Routine In our Schools?

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Max Amini Takes on CHP Christmas Party

Max Amini Takes on CHP Christmas Party

Max Amini was born in Tucson Arizona, to Iranian parents who immigrated to Arizona. He was raised on the West Coast and graduated from UCLA’s school of Theater, Film and Television in 2004. As an actor, Max has numerous film and television credits including NBC’s Heroes, regular appearances on Comedy Central’s Mind of Mencia, and a leading role in the film “How Beer Pong Saved my Life”.

Max Amini Takes on CHP Christmas Party

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