No one dead, fortunately. Even the shooter is alive.
Is it wrong of me to hope that he's a disgruntled conservative with an arsenal he bought through gun-shows?
11774. Ms. No - 6/14/2017 4:29:07 PM
Crap. I gotta go fix that.
11775. Ms. No - 6/14/2017 4:30:48 PM
Oh, maybe not.
Sorry, I screwed up the coding and that link takes you to the story from this page rather than opening a new tab in your browser. It doesn't look like I've corrupted the whole page, though.
11776. Ms. No - 6/14/2017 4:38:13 PM
Turns out he's a Bernie Bro, the second most violent candidate in the race. (I mean for inciting/not quelling violence, not committing it.)
11777. Trillium - 7/25/2017 10:59:31 PM
Expendable workers for TVA. Disgustingly ignorant leadership at so many levels
Coal ash spill workers
“They called it the Kingston crud,” said Jeffrey Dwight Brewer, a 42-year-old worker and married father of three from New Market, Tenn. “When new men would come in on the job, they would be healthy like you. After a couple of weeks on the job, it sucked the life out of them. They would start the cough.”
John Cox, a Halls native and once a star trumpet player at the University of Tennessee, had strong lungs when he started working at the site. Before long, he couldn’t stop coughing. Antibiotics didn’t help. His doctor in Oak Ridge told him it was the fly ash that was making him sick.
“I said, ‘They told us the stuff won’t hurt us,’” Cox told his doctor. “He said, ‘Why, that stuff will kill you.’”