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Medal of Honor, Wwii, and Honor: WWII veteran gets awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor (2019)
Medal of Honor, Wwii, and Honor: WWII veteran gets awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor (2019)

WWII veteran gets awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor (2019)

Church, Fire, and Internet: DISORDERLY Oct. 1 - A group of students playing hide and seek in the Harris Fine Arts Center at 11 p.m. caused a faculty member to call the University Police. The police arrived but were not able to find any of the students. deadmomjokes: owl-librarian: #you just made it a higher stakes game of hide and seek Having gone to this University, and having personally played hide and seek in the Harris Fine Arts Center, I guarantee you that NOBODY finds hiders unless they, too, are familiar with the bowels of the HFAC. Once you get down to the practice-room levels, time stops completely and you could walk up the back stair and end up in 1967. The halls change at least 8 times an hour, there’s no way you’re getting back out the same way you came in. When the lights start going off at 10 the whole bottom 3 floors descend into some subsection of the fey realm. I once hid up on the balcony stage access fire-escape thing of a lower-level theater, and 3 faculty walked by under me and not a one of them noticed the hulking, wheezing asthmatic lurking above them, half dangling off a rickety metal ladder that probably wasn’t supposed to be climbed. A fellow hider friend came and found me, and we sat up there for 30 minutes listening to some distant clicking sound before we realized nobody was actually going to find us. We had no cell service, and no internet to reach anyone. We got lost trying to get back out, and once we resurfaced, everyone else was gone, the building was empty, and we just went home to eat ice cream. Nobody knew where we had disappeared to, and nobody bothered to check if we were there before leaving. For all I know, they just assumed we had been lost to the gaping maw of the HFAC basement and when they saw us at church on Sunday it was probably like they’d seen a ghost. None of us ever mentioned it again. Basically what I’m saying is Campus Police had no hope of finding them in the first place and probably lost an officer or two if they actually conducted a real search, because nobody except Senior art majors or veteran custodians actually knows how to navigate that building and make it out in the same dimension they entered from. Not at 11pm anyway.
Church, Fire, and Internet: DISORDERLY
 Oct. 1 - A group of students
 playing hide and seek in the
 Harris Fine Arts Center at 11
 p.m. caused a faculty member
 to call the University Police.
 The police arrived but were
 not able to find any of the
 students.
deadmomjokes:
owl-librarian:
#you just made it a higher stakes game of hide and seek
Having gone to this University, and having personally played hide and seek in the Harris Fine Arts Center, I guarantee you that NOBODY finds hiders unless they, too, are familiar with the bowels of the HFAC. Once you get down to the practice-room levels, time stops completely and you could walk up the back stair and end up in 1967. The halls change at least 8 times an hour, there’s no way you’re getting back out the same way you came in. When the lights start going off at 10 the whole bottom 3 floors descend into some subsection of the fey realm. I once hid up on the balcony stage access fire-escape thing of a lower-level theater, and 3 faculty walked by under me and not a one of them noticed the hulking, wheezing asthmatic lurking above them, half dangling off a rickety metal ladder that probably wasn’t supposed to be climbed. A fellow hider friend came and found me, and we sat up there for 30 minutes listening to some distant clicking sound before we realized nobody was actually going to find us. We had no cell service, and no internet to reach anyone. We got lost trying to get back out, and once we resurfaced, everyone else was gone, the building was empty, and we just went home to eat ice cream. Nobody knew where we had disappeared to, and nobody bothered to check if we were there before leaving. For all I know, they just assumed we had been lost to the gaping maw of the HFAC basement and when they saw us at church on Sunday it was probably like they’d seen a ghost. None of us ever mentioned it again.
Basically what I’m saying is Campus Police had no hope of finding them in the first place and probably lost an officer or two if they actually conducted a real search, because nobody except Senior art majors or veteran custodians actually knows how to navigate that building and make it out in the same dimension they entered from. Not at 11pm anyway.

deadmomjokes: owl-librarian: #you just made it a higher stakes game of hide and seek Having gone to this University, and having personally p...

Church, Fire, and Internet: DISORDERLY Oct. 1 - A group of students playing hide and seek in the Harris Fine Arts Center at 11 p.m. caused a faculty member to call the University Police. The police arrived but were not able to find any of the students. deadmomjokes: owl-librarian: #you just made it a higher stakes game of hide and seek Having gone to this University, and having personally played hide and seek in the Harris Fine Arts Center, I guarantee you that NOBODY finds hiders unless they, too, are familiar with the bowels of the HFAC. Once you get down to the practice-room levels, time stops completely and you could walk up the back stair and end up in 1967. The halls change at least 8 times an hour, there’s no way you’re getting back out the same way you came in. When the lights start going off at 10 the whole bottom 3 floors descend into some subsection of the fey realm. I once hid up on the balcony stage access fire-escape thing of a lower-level theater, and 3 faculty walked by under me and not a one of them noticed the hulking, wheezing asthmatic lurking above them, half dangling off a rickety metal ladder that probably wasn’t supposed to be climbed. A fellow hider friend came and found me, and we sat up there for 30 minutes listening to some distant clicking sound before we realized nobody was actually going to find us. We had no cell service, and no internet to reach anyone. We got lost trying to get back out, and once we resurfaced, everyone else was gone, the building was empty, and we just went home to eat ice cream. Nobody knew where we had disappeared to, and nobody bothered to check if we were there before leaving. For all I know, they just assumed we had been lost to the gaping maw of the HFAC basement and when they saw us at church on Sunday it was probably like they’d seen a ghost. None of us ever mentioned it again. Basically what I’m saying is Campus Police had no hope of finding them in the first place and probably lost an officer or two if they actually conducted a real search, because nobody except Senior art majors or veteran custodians actually knows how to navigate that building and make it out in the same dimension they entered from. Not at 11pm anyway.
Church, Fire, and Internet: DISORDERLY
 Oct. 1 - A group of students
 playing hide and seek in the
 Harris Fine Arts Center at 11
 p.m. caused a faculty member
 to call the University Police.
 The police arrived but were
 not able to find any of the
 students.
deadmomjokes:

owl-librarian:
#you just made it a higher stakes game of hide and seek
Having gone to this University, and having personally played hide and seek in the Harris Fine Arts Center, I guarantee you that NOBODY finds hiders unless they, too, are familiar with the bowels of the HFAC. Once you get down to the practice-room levels, time stops completely and you could walk up the back stair and end up in 1967. The halls change at least 8 times an hour, there’s no way you’re getting back out the same way you came in. When the lights start going off at 10 the whole bottom 3 floors descend into some subsection of the fey realm. I once hid up on the balcony stage access fire-escape thing of a lower-level theater, and 3 faculty walked by under me and not a one of them noticed the hulking, wheezing asthmatic lurking above them, half dangling off a rickety metal ladder that probably wasn’t supposed to be climbed. A fellow hider friend came and found me, and we sat up there for 30 minutes listening to some distant clicking sound before we realized nobody was actually going to find us. We had no cell service, and no internet to reach anyone. We got lost trying to get back out, and once we resurfaced, everyone else was gone, the building was empty, and we just went home to eat ice cream. Nobody knew where we had disappeared to, and nobody bothered to check if we were there before leaving. For all I know, they just assumed we had been lost to the gaping maw of the HFAC basement and when they saw us at church on Sunday it was probably like they’d seen a ghost. None of us ever mentioned it again.
Basically what I’m saying is Campus Police had no hope of finding them in the first place and probably lost an officer or two if they actually conducted a real search, because nobody except Senior art majors or veteran custodians actually knows how to navigate that building and make it out in the same dimension they entered from. Not at 11pm anyway.

deadmomjokes: owl-librarian: #you just made it a higher stakes game of hide and seek Having gone to this University, and having personally ...

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Football, Homeless, and Run: Veteran suffering
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 of our veterans – who had our backs when it mattered most – are in 
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in combat. As a result, they’re left homeless in our streets. Let me paint you a picture. Roberto
 is homeless veteran living on the streets of San Francisco, California,
 and he’s been diagnosed with PTSD. At first glance, you may think 
Roberto’s situation is a rare, isolated incident…However, you couldn’t be further from the present day reality. As
 you’re reading this right now, there are over 40,000 homeless veterans 
in the United States. Tragically, there are enough homeless veterans to 
fill several football stadiums over again. You can run but you can’t hide from the truth – these veterans desperately need our help. That’s
 why we’ve put together this campaign to build an affordable housing 
centre for homeless veterans in the Arcata, California area. The housing
 centre will provide housing and support that the VA cannot bring to the
 table. 
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lifepro-tips: Build Housing For Homeless Veterans Dear Friend, Many of our veterans – who had our backs when it mattered most – are in tr...

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Football, Homeless, and Run: Veteran suffering
 from PTSD

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 Actions & deeds, not words!
lifepro-tips:

Build Housing For Homeless Veterans Dear Friend, Many
 of our veterans – who had our backs when it mattered most – are in 
trouble. You see, many veterans suffer from PTSD from their time spent 
in combat. As a result, they’re left homeless in our streets. Let me paint you a picture. Roberto
 is homeless veteran living on the streets of San Francisco, California,
 and he’s been diagnosed with PTSD. At first glance, you may think 
Roberto’s situation is a rare, isolated incident…However, you couldn’t be further from the present day reality. As
 you’re reading this right now, there are over 40,000 homeless veterans 
in the United States. Tragically, there are enough homeless veterans to 
fill several football stadiums over again. You can run but you can’t hide from the truth – these veterans desperately need our help. That’s
 why we’ve put together this campaign to build an affordable housing 
centre for homeless veterans in the Arcata, California area. The housing
 centre will provide housing and support that the VA cannot bring to the
 table. 
https://www.gofundme.com/xzdx5-homeless-veteran-housingrcid=r01-155009702209-f19b35d4513a4e35pc=ot_co_campmgmt_m

lifepro-tips: Build Housing For Homeless Veterans Dear Friend, Many of our veterans – who had our backs when it mattered most – are in tr...

Football, Homeless, and Run: Veteran suffering from PTSD RA V CHARITIES R TM Actions & deeds, not words! lifepro-tips: Build Housing For Homeless Veterans Dear Friend, Many of our veterans – who had our backs when it mattered most – are in trouble. You see, many veterans suffer from PTSD from their time spent in combat. As a result, they’re left homeless in our streets. Let me paint you a picture. Roberto is homeless veteran living on the streets of San Francisco, California, and he’s been diagnosed with PTSD. At first glance, you may think Roberto’s situation is a rare, isolated incident…However, you couldn’t be further from the present day reality. As you’re reading this right now, there are over 40,000 homeless veterans in the United States. Tragically, there are enough homeless veterans to fill several football stadiums over again. You can run but you can’t hide from the truth – these veterans desperately need our help. That’s why we’ve put together this campaign to build an affordable housing centre for homeless veterans in the Arcata, California area. The housing centre will provide housing and support that the VA cannot bring to the table. https://www.gofundme.com/xzdx5-homeless-veteran-housingrcid=r01-155009702209-f19b35d4513a4e35pc=ot_co_campmgmt_m
Football, Homeless, and Run: Veteran suffering
 from PTSD

 RA V
 CHARITIES
 R TM
 Actions & deeds, not words!
lifepro-tips:

Build Housing For Homeless Veterans Dear Friend, Many
 of our veterans – who had our backs when it mattered most – are in 
trouble. You see, many veterans suffer from PTSD from their time spent 
in combat. As a result, they’re left homeless in our streets. Let me paint you a picture. Roberto
 is homeless veteran living on the streets of San Francisco, California,
 and he’s been diagnosed with PTSD. At first glance, you may think 
Roberto’s situation is a rare, isolated incident…However, you couldn’t be further from the present day reality. As
 you’re reading this right now, there are over 40,000 homeless veterans 
in the United States. Tragically, there are enough homeless veterans to 
fill several football stadiums over again. You can run but you can’t hide from the truth – these veterans desperately need our help. That’s
 why we’ve put together this campaign to build an affordable housing 
centre for homeless veterans in the Arcata, California area. The housing
 centre will provide housing and support that the VA cannot bring to the
 table. 
https://www.gofundme.com/xzdx5-homeless-veteran-housingrcid=r01-155009702209-f19b35d4513a4e35pc=ot_co_campmgmt_m

lifepro-tips: Build Housing For Homeless Veterans Dear Friend, Many of our veterans – who had our backs when it mattered most – are in tr...