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STOP FUCKING STEALING MY PICTURES AND NOT GIVING ME CREDIT! I’VE SEEN WHOLE POSTS STOLEN FROM ME. I TOOK THE TIME TO FIND THESE AND CREDIT THE PEOPLE WHO I FOUND THEM FROM IT’S NOT THAT HARD YOU FUCKING ASSHOLES.

I see Brooks Brown’s twitter is protected now lol i wonder why

"I Made A Song With Dylan And Eric In Mind Called ‘Pigs’. Its On WOLF. Today Is 14 Years Since. Check That Song Out If You’re Bored…." - @fucktyler (Tyler, The Creator)

Anonymous said: why don't i ever see you like talking with people in the columbine tag? like most of the other blogs are like reblogging each other and like idk just communicating and there you are all by yourself

I don’t know it’s kind of weird for me I guess since I don’t really post on here as often as I used to and when I was posting the blogs that were posting at the same time as me aren’t even here anymore and those blogs would from time to time talk to me but at the same time I don’t think people are as comfortable talking with me compared to other blogs because when I first started this blog people would always ask me to post more Eric and Dylan info and pictures and less of the victims so I find that because people see me as sympathetic to all the victims and not just Eric and Dylan  they’re not comfortable coming to me with their dreams of them or “confessions” but that was before all of the new blogs and now I guess it’s just kind of stuck plus this is the first question I’ve received in a LONG time so I don’t know maybe people just think I don’t want to talk to anyone but I mean I don’t really mind this is just sort of a hobby for me.

Columbine High School Speech: President Clinton in Littleton, Colorado

Video Discription:

May 20, 1999

The Columbine High School massacre (often known simply as Columbine) was a school shooting which occurred on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School in Columbine, an unincorporated area of Jefferson County, Colorado, United States. Two senior students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, embarked on a shooting spree in which a total of 12 students and 1 teacher were murdered. They also injured 21 other students directly, with three further people being injured while attempting to escape the school. The pair then committed suicide….Read More

thedeadsouls:

Hope for Cassie Bernall

bellsprout:

John’s truck again

bellsprout:

John’s truck again

"PORTRAIT OF A DEADLY BOND

One was a leader, the other a follower. One

prone to fits of venomous temper, the other

shy and awkward. TIME investigates what

led Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold to turn

Columbine High School into a killing field

"YOU’RE NOT GOING TO BELIEVE who’s turning out to be a nice guy at school," Brooks Brown told his parents one evening mid-April. They were at the dinner table in their ranch-style house in Columbine Knolls, a modest subdivision in Littleton, Colorado, and the angular 18-year-old knew the comment would stir up some dust. His mother and father, Judy and Randy Brown, leaned forward and asked, "Who?" "Eric Harris."

    Randy almost choked on his fork. “I can’t believe you’re even talking to him after what he did.” Judy put a hand to her heart. “You could say any other name at that high school and it would be okay,” she said, “but not that one.” 

    Last year, Eric Harris had thrown a chunk of ice at Brooks’ car, cracking its windshield. Soon after, the Browns had discovered the spewings on Harris’ website, geysers of hate like the one saying Harris longed to “blow up and shoot everything I can. Feel no remorse, no sense of shame…I don’t care if I live or die in the shootout, all I want to do is kill and injure as many of you [expletive] as I can, especially a few people like Brooks Brown.” Harris claimed to have the weaponry to carry out his threat against Brown. His  website offered bomb-building instructions and boasted that he and a friend, code-named “VoDka,” had made four pipe bombs and detonated one (“Flipping thing was heart-pounding, gut-wrenching, brain-twitching, ground-moving, insanely cool!”). And if all that weren’t enough, Brooks knew that “VoDka” was his old best friend, Dylan Klebold, who had become Harris’ new best friend but had tipped Brooks to the hateful website. Terrified, the Browns searched their property for bombs and filed complaints witht the sheriff’s department and America Online, which was host of the site. They say they got no response from either. (The sheriff’s department says it didn’t pursue Harris because no crime had been committed and the Browns wished to remain anonymous.) But in April 1998, Harris took his site off-line, and life in the neighborhood seemed to quiet down. 

    Now, a year later, Brown was sitting at dinner telling his mother and father that Harris was a good guy after all. Brown was taking philosophy and creative-writing classes with Harris and Klebold, and the three hung out together-bright, maladjusted kids united in their intelligence and disdain for the jock culture of Columbine High. “At dinner I made a big case for Eric,” Brown told TIME last week. “I said he had grown up. He was a real scary kid last year; everyone was afraid of him. But six months ago we buried the hatchet, and I really thought he had changed. I though he was a new Eric.”

    Brown says he realized how wrong he was five days later, when Harris and Klebold launched the Columbine massacre, murdering 13 and wounding 23 before killing themselves in circumstances (Double suicide? Murder-suicide?) that the authorities have not yet clarified. Brown had been spending a good deal of time with these deadly friends, and he understands them as well as anyone now alive. But he insists he never had a clue to what they were up to. And though his association with Harris and Klebold has drawn suspicion - “I don’t know what he is,” District Attorney Dave Thomas, “and we are not ruling anyone out” -the friendship may also have saved his life. Brown chanced upon Harris in the school parking lot just minutes before the shooting began. Harris was pulling a duffel bag of material from his car; Brown says he didn’t know what was in it. He mentioned a philosophy test Harris had missed that….

thedeadsouls:

Guys, I love him so much.
Don’t tell me that I’m a psycho.  
He is my hero.  

Close to eight years ago, a friend of my father’s said these words to me:
"This is has never happened to anyone before. So however you handle it is probably right."
A few days earlier — April 20, 1999 — while I was finishing a cigarette in front of Columbine High School — a friend of mine, Eric Harris, said some words to me that would change my life forever. “Brooks, I like you now. Get out of here. Go home.”
Later, I would go on to lose four friends. Two of them would be the murderers at Columbine. And I’d be ostracized for that fact. It would destroy me….
Read More.

Close to eight years ago, a friend of my father’s said these words to me:

"This is has never happened to anyone before. So however you handle it is probably right."

A few days earlier — April 20, 1999 — while I was finishing a cigarette in front of Columbine High School — a friend of mine, Eric Harris, said some words to me that would change my life forever. “Brooks, I like you now. Get out of here. Go home.”

Later, I would go on to lose four friends. Two of them would be the murderers at Columbine. And I’d be ostracized for that fact. It would destroy me….

Read More.

TIME Magazine, May 10, 1999

Source: Synonymouswithviolence

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thedeadsouls:

The awful news about the the act of vandalism on Dave Sunders’ memorial. 

STOP FUCKING STEALING MY PICTURES AND NOT GIVING ME CREDIT! I’VE SEEN WHOLE POSTS STOLEN FROM ME. I TOOK THE TIME TO FIND THESE AND CREDIT THE PEOPLE WHO I FOUND THEM FROM IT’S NOT THAT HARD YOU FUCKING ASSHOLES.

I see Brooks Brown’s twitter is protected now lol i wonder why

"I Made A Song With Dylan And Eric In Mind Called ‘Pigs’. Its On WOLF. Today Is 14 Years Since. Check That Song Out If You’re Bored…." - @fucktyler (Tyler, The Creator)

Anonymous said: why don't i ever see you like talking with people in the columbine tag? like most of the other blogs are like reblogging each other and like idk just communicating and there you are all by yourself

I don’t know it’s kind of weird for me I guess since I don’t really post on here as often as I used to and when I was posting the blogs that were posting at the same time as me aren’t even here anymore and those blogs would from time to time talk to me but at the same time I don’t think people are as comfortable talking with me compared to other blogs because when I first started this blog people would always ask me to post more Eric and Dylan info and pictures and less of the victims so I find that because people see me as sympathetic to all the victims and not just Eric and Dylan  they’re not comfortable coming to me with their dreams of them or “confessions” but that was before all of the new blogs and now I guess it’s just kind of stuck plus this is the first question I’ve received in a LONG time so I don’t know maybe people just think I don’t want to talk to anyone but I mean I don’t really mind this is just sort of a hobby for me.

Columbine High School Speech: President Clinton in Littleton, Colorado

Video Discription:

May 20, 1999

The Columbine High School massacre (often known simply as Columbine) was a school shooting which occurred on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School in Columbine, an unincorporated area of Jefferson County, Colorado, United States. Two senior students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, embarked on a shooting spree in which a total of 12 students and 1 teacher were murdered. They also injured 21 other students directly, with three further people being injured while attempting to escape the school. The pair then committed suicide….Read More

thedeadsouls:

Hope for Cassie Bernall

bellsprout:

John’s truck again

bellsprout:

John’s truck again

"PORTRAIT OF A DEADLY BOND

One was a leader, the other a follower. One

prone to fits of venomous temper, the other

shy and awkward. TIME investigates what

led Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold to turn

Columbine High School into a killing field

"YOU’RE NOT GOING TO BELIEVE who’s turning out to be a nice guy at school," Brooks Brown told his parents one evening mid-April. They were at the dinner table in their ranch-style house in Columbine Knolls, a modest subdivision in Littleton, Colorado, and the angular 18-year-old knew the comment would stir up some dust. His mother and father, Judy and Randy Brown, leaned forward and asked, "Who?" "Eric Harris."

    Randy almost choked on his fork. “I can’t believe you’re even talking to him after what he did.” Judy put a hand to her heart. “You could say any other name at that high school and it would be okay,” she said, “but not that one.” 

    Last year, Eric Harris had thrown a chunk of ice at Brooks’ car, cracking its windshield. Soon after, the Browns had discovered the spewings on Harris’ website, geysers of hate like the one saying Harris longed to “blow up and shoot everything I can. Feel no remorse, no sense of shame…I don’t care if I live or die in the shootout, all I want to do is kill and injure as many of you [expletive] as I can, especially a few people like Brooks Brown.” Harris claimed to have the weaponry to carry out his threat against Brown. His  website offered bomb-building instructions and boasted that he and a friend, code-named “VoDka,” had made four pipe bombs and detonated one (“Flipping thing was heart-pounding, gut-wrenching, brain-twitching, ground-moving, insanely cool!”). And if all that weren’t enough, Brooks knew that “VoDka” was his old best friend, Dylan Klebold, who had become Harris’ new best friend but had tipped Brooks to the hateful website. Terrified, the Browns searched their property for bombs and filed complaints witht the sheriff’s department and America Online, which was host of the site. They say they got no response from either. (The sheriff’s department says it didn’t pursue Harris because no crime had been committed and the Browns wished to remain anonymous.) But in April 1998, Harris took his site off-line, and life in the neighborhood seemed to quiet down. 

    Now, a year later, Brown was sitting at dinner telling his mother and father that Harris was a good guy after all. Brown was taking philosophy and creative-writing classes with Harris and Klebold, and the three hung out together-bright, maladjusted kids united in their intelligence and disdain for the jock culture of Columbine High. “At dinner I made a big case for Eric,” Brown told TIME last week. “I said he had grown up. He was a real scary kid last year; everyone was afraid of him. But six months ago we buried the hatchet, and I really thought he had changed. I though he was a new Eric.”

    Brown says he realized how wrong he was five days later, when Harris and Klebold launched the Columbine massacre, murdering 13 and wounding 23 before killing themselves in circumstances (Double suicide? Murder-suicide?) that the authorities have not yet clarified. Brown had been spending a good deal of time with these deadly friends, and he understands them as well as anyone now alive. But he insists he never had a clue to what they were up to. And though his association with Harris and Klebold has drawn suspicion - “I don’t know what he is,” District Attorney Dave Thomas, “and we are not ruling anyone out” -the friendship may also have saved his life. Brown chanced upon Harris in the school parking lot just minutes before the shooting began. Harris was pulling a duffel bag of material from his car; Brown says he didn’t know what was in it. He mentioned a philosophy test Harris had missed that….

thedeadsouls:

Guys, I love him so much.
Don’t tell me that I’m a psycho.  
He is my hero.  

Close to eight years ago, a friend of my father’s said these words to me:
"This is has never happened to anyone before. So however you handle it is probably right."
A few days earlier — April 20, 1999 — while I was finishing a cigarette in front of Columbine High School — a friend of mine, Eric Harris, said some words to me that would change my life forever. “Brooks, I like you now. Get out of here. Go home.”
Later, I would go on to lose four friends. Two of them would be the murderers at Columbine. And I’d be ostracized for that fact. It would destroy me….
Read More.

Close to eight years ago, a friend of my father’s said these words to me:

"This is has never happened to anyone before. So however you handle it is probably right."

A few days earlier — April 20, 1999 — while I was finishing a cigarette in front of Columbine High School — a friend of mine, Eric Harris, said some words to me that would change my life forever. “Brooks, I like you now. Get out of here. Go home.”

Later, I would go on to lose four friends. Two of them would be the murderers at Columbine. And I’d be ostracized for that fact. It would destroy me….

Read More.

TIME Magazine, May 10, 1999

Source: Synonymouswithviolence

(Source: synonymouswithviolence)

thedeadsouls:

The awful news about the the act of vandalism on Dave Sunders’ memorial. 

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