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Archive for April 17th, 2007

Aggregation of Virginia Tech Massacre Coverage

Posted by Thunder Pig on April 17, 2007

I decided to lift my block of coverage from my news site and put it here, where it might be found more easily by those who read blogs.

The Virginia Tech Massacre Victims

32 Shot Dead on Virginia Tech Campus – John Broder, New York Times

It’s Too Early for ‘Healing’ – Dennis Prager, Creators

In Loco Parentis

People Must Be Able to Save Themselves – Neal Boortz, Nealz Nuze

Why Did This Happen and What Can We Do? – John Nichols, The Nation

VA Tech & the Vampire Media

Red State open Thread

A Blogger comments on “Instant News v Linear News.”

Shootings Echo Across Decades Without Gun Control Solutions By: ROGER SIMON

Hugh Hewitt: Words Fail Me

Like clockwork: NYTimes wants more gun control;
Like clockwork, Part II: Phelps creeps to protest at funerals

Who is “wanusmaximus?”

Ogre’sw Politics & Views does some thinking outloud…

DOJ Data on Multiple Shooters v Multiple Victims over Time

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Shooter Photos an Internet Hoax

Posted by Thunder Pig on April 17, 2007

I got bit by an Internet Hoax last night while combing through the Virginia Tech Blog Community looking for students blogging about their experiences yesterday.

Gateway Pundit has the story.

Makes me remember the old adage about having more than one source.

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WCU to Observe Moment of Silence

Posted by Thunder Pig on April 17, 2007

Western Carolina University will observe a Moment of Silence in front of the Bell Tower on Wednesday, April 18th, at 5.30 pm.
Anyone is welcome to attend the event, which is organized by the SGA and Student Affairs.

The event may be visible from this webcam.

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