August 19, 2014

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday: My Blood is Boiling!

Yesterday, I was made aware of this horrid display of hatred and ignorance. I have so much to say to the heartless individual that created this FB group- but words are wasted on people like that. My daughter is autistic and I couldn't imagine someone saying those words to my face. Thousands of people reported this page to Facebook as "hate speech" or "harassment"- and I hope that it gone for good!




Isn't your blood boiling now too? 

Instead of dwelling on this negativity...
 I challenge you to find a way to brighten someone's day today!

16 comments:

  1. I don't even know what to say to that... I'm glad the group has been deleted. What an absolute troll.

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  2. Christopher GreeneAugust 20, 2014 at 3:54 AM

    That is ridiculous. It just two random guys who want attention. They have no evidence. You can count on my report to facebook.

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  3. Christopher GreeneAugust 20, 2014 at 3:55 AM

    In 5 years of knowing M I have never seen or heard anything, ANYTHING hostile from her

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  4. Holy mackerel! People are out of their minds. You could say the same thing about any group of people by picking and choosing a couple of the "bad apples," that happen to belong to that certain group -- like policemen, teachers, religions or even blondes! This is ridiculous :( So sorry people have to put up with this stuff.

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  5. Fortunately there are more people in the world who know these statements for what they are. BS

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  6. What a great campaign, my sons friend has a form of ALS we are learning more about it. The challenge is awesome! Great way to raise awareness.

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  7. Thank you for helping to raise awareness. I did the ALS challenge and also donated. I printed out a page with the ALSA website in big, bold letters and hung it on the fence next to me, too!

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  8. I love that so much awareness is being brought to ALS! This challenge has been a great vehicle of info.

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  9. Great post! I'm loving the national recognition this is getting.

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  10. The issue for me is that prevention is also important. Please everyone look at the issues of Monsanto RoundUp and other chemicals which affect our bodies. I lost a great uncle to this disease.

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  11. this is a great challenge. I've seen so many people doing this.

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  12. I have several friends who have done it. It's spreading like wildfire.

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  13. I'm glad this has raised so much money. I see it all over the place!

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  14. This has been trending all over the net - it was nice it has received a lot of donations.

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  15. Headband For TodayAugust 23, 2014 at 5:27 PM

    I haven't been challenged. Please don't challenge me. But I live the idea of using social media for awareness.

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  16. This is such a great cause, we were nominated and me and the kids did it and donated.

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