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WacoKidd Feb 21
2 men come to the counter to purchase 1. Bleach 2. A rope & 3. Ski masks...is this not the definition of ???
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Hudson Ashley Feb 21
From one vet to another: Not impressed, You sound like a fobbit. Even worse, you sound like that coastie that got caught plotting to do a whole lot of murdering and terrorizing. Hopefully some LEOs pay you a visit before you do any harm.
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Bandrah 2h
Smfh mann.. Was walking home from school n a girl was having a convulsion on the sidewalk, while other classmates stared n laughed. Me and this other girl (12 I think)were wt the crosswalk guy askin how we could help. We should be supporting each other
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Labomski 17h
She is definitely on something, and it ain’t a sleep aid. Get this woman some help
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AHS Fashion for Compassion 2h
Our LAST spotlight before tomorrow’s fashion show is hair stylist ! Her favorite volunteering organization is Habitat for Humanity 🏡💚
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Gio De Rossi NEW page 11h
Replying to @VeronicaCintron
SO Bizarre! Why hasn’t anyone reported the behavior while in office? You know there were warning signs of drug use & other issues. I hope he gets the help he needs. He also needs to apologize to his community & to his supporters who voted for him.
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Images of Glory, Inc. 9h
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myphotocredits Feb 20
Replying to @RealJamesWoods
I see why the police had their eyes on them. They looked so guilty that, maybe, the store owner called the police to report the suspicious activity.
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MichaelLardizabal Feb 21
More importantly- why the F didn’t the Chicago hardware store employee call the cops when the 2 Nigerian bros bought ski masks and rope ? god damn people !! -
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Looking After Me! 13h
Replying to @NatWorGroup
all agencies will be on hand to raise awareness and offer support and advice.
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Keep CT Safe 5h
Have you heard? The new CT Safe app allows you to anonymously report suspicious activities including theft, vandalism, cyber threats, human trafficking, and more. Visit the app store to download:
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Jo Phillips Feb 19
*content contains possible triggers* This pyramid demonstrates a climate that we are cultivating. The behaviours at the bottom, are not conducive to creating a positive and healthy culture. Challenge them, and we may reduce the behaviour at the top.
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Shannon Farrell 1h
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Michelle Huff Feb 20
So thankful to those students who spoke up and those who acted swiftly.
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moser000 Feb 19
Replying to @brucebogart
I actually saw a Hispanic guy on my property... He might be my son in law or my plumber, but I probably should call ICE anyway... Scary times...
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Innuendo Feb 21
An individual that the may want to interview?
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#OfficiallyPatty 8h
Download this app, you don't have to get the doorbell, but you get real time crime and safety alerts and videos in your neighborhood.
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BSU XC/TF 7h
Shout out to our own John Lara for stepping up to take the pledge
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RaviMadhwani Feb 15
RT LAPDHollenbeck: LAPDHollenbeck Officers responded to area of Stillwell & Huntington Drive for a shooting investigation - Please contact 323-342-4100 or 800-222-TIPS with any information it’s your community LabradaAl captkatieburns
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Sergmeister Feb 20
Replying to @ABC7
Yesterday I witnessed/reported a city bus for crossing train tracks while red lights were flashing & arms were descending. The recklessness really floored me! When ppls lives are in your hands, you can’t do that—gotta be safe.
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