PERCEPTION

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filippocirulli:

I was wearing:
Loro Piana wool 100’s blazer
tailor made shirt
cachemire tie
vintage shoes
Louis Vuitton briefcase
Chanel J12 watch
Spitfire sunglasses
www.thethreef.com

That’s sick

filippocirulli:

I was wearing:

  • Loro Piana wool 100’s blazer
  • tailor made shirt
  • cachemire tie
  • vintage shoes
  • Louis Vuitton briefcase
  • Chanel J12 watch
  • Spitfire sunglasses

www.thethreef.com

That’s sick

Neil Heslin, the father of a 6-year-old boy who was slain in the Sandy Hook massacre in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14, stoically faced down pro-gun activists last night.

More than 1,000 people attended a hearing before the Gun Violence Prevention Working Group at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford on Monday to share their views on gun control, USA Today reported. Among them was Heslin, who held a large framed picture of himself and his son Jesse as he urged officials to consider strengthening gun laws in Connecticut.

But as he gave his emotional testimony, pleading with lawmakers to improve mental health options and to ban assault weapons like the one Adam Lanza used to murder his child and 25 other people, his speech was interrupted by dozens of audience members, The Connecticut Post reported.

“I still can’t see why any civilian, anybody in this room in fact, needs weapons of that sort. You’re not going to use them for hunting, even for home protection,” Heslin said.

Pro-gun activists responded by calling out: “Second Amendment!”

Undeterred, Heslin continued. “There are a lot of things that should be changed to prevent what happened.”

The Huffington Post, “Father of Newtown Victim Heckled by Pro-Gun Activists.”

Gun nuts don’t care about your murdered child.

(via inothernews)
ifc:

Reminded of this episode of Comedy Bang! Bang! for some reason today…

ifc:

Reminded of this episode of Comedy Bang! Bang! for some reason today…

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”