By Alex WroblewskiOctober 3, 2018 12:39:23By Alex WrosbliOctober 3 to 20, 2018:The news comes just hours after a New York Times article detailing a rash of terrifying events and tragedies that have shaken the nation in recent months.
It seems like just yesterday that we all learned about the horrible mass shooting at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas.
We learned that one of the victims was an elementary school student, who was shot multiple times in the head.
We learned that a man and woman who had been shot at close range were both later found dead.
We also learned that the suspect in that attack, Stephen Paddock, was a self-professed gambler, and he was on a massive gambling binge.
And we learned that he was stockpiling weapons and ammunition for a potential mass shooting.
And while those are all very important, they were also not the worst things to happen to the country in recent years.
We have learned about a massive pandemic that has killed tens of millions of people in the Americas and Europe.
And it is just one of many recent examples of how things can go wrong when people lose their composure and decide to act out violently.
These are the sorts of things that have led many people to look to social media as a reliable source of information about their lives.
But while social media has played a huge role in keeping our lives as civilized as possible in a time of crisis, it has also served to reinforce the dangers of our society.
The news of a mass shooting in the U.S. is, in some ways, an extension of the same type of thing.
A gunman opens fire on a crowd in a crowded nightclub, killing 58 people and wounding over 500.
But the news of the mass shooting comes just days after a mass shooter murdered 50 people at an Orlando nightclub, and it has been less than a week since a gunman opened fire at an elementary schools in Connecticut, killing 20.
And those events aren’t even the worst part of it.
The news of mass shootings in general is the sort of thing that gets the media rolling, with headlines like “Mass Shooter in Colorado Shoots, Kills 4” and “Mass Shooting at Connecticut Elementary School Leaves 14 Dead.”
But as the news that comes out of the U, S.A. every day is also an extension, a continuation, of a more recent trend.
And as we’ve already seen with the mass shootings and other mass-shooting events in recent weeks, people have a tendency to act in ways that are both scary and funny.
In this case, the news seems to have been a little too much for some people, who decided to take things a step further by posting what appears to be a graphic that shows what it looks like when a man shoots a woman in the back with a gun.
The caption on the image reads, “You can’t have an accident with a firearm!”
And while the graphic doesn’t appear to show what happened, the message that it sends is clear: The only way to have an actual accident with your firearm is to fire it at someone.
As the video above shows, people took it upon themselves to create what appears in the above graphic as a satire of sorts on the whole situation.
The caption on that image reads: “The person responsible for the fatal shooting in Colorado is a man who lives in the United States and has never been convicted of a crime.
This video is satire.
This is not a joke.
This man is not on a list of violent, dangerous criminals.
This guy is a human being who deserves to be treated like one.
This isn’t a video for people to take to their friends.
This could happen to you.”
We have seen this sort of humor in recent days before, most recently with the joke about how a woman can get fired for wearing a “naked” skirt in front of her boyfriend.
But as far as what this “nude skirt” image represents, it’s hard to tell.
We do know that it is a reference to the recent trend of wearing women’s clothing to the gym.
And there’s also the fact that the “n” is used as a key word in the caption, which is a clear nod to the NRA.
But even if you think that the phrase is a joke, it isn’t all that funny.
The “naturals” in the phrase are part of a larger meme, and the joke is about the absurdity of the phrase itself.
While the meme was created by people around the world, it is not really about what the phrase says.
It’s more about how it seems to reinforce a culture of fear.
For example, one of those people who created the meme is a self named “Naturals.”
The caption reads, and you can check out his YouTube channel for more.
One of the commenters on his channel has already started a Go