- pic.twitter.com/lPdZk37oAY— Scott Dworkin (@funder) October 18, 2017 – – Trump told widow of Sgt. Johnson, “he knew what he signed up for.”
- Read this thread #HeKnewWhatHeSignedUpFor https://t.co/zy2kZhvnQA— Tanalee Smith (@tanaleesmith) October 18, 2017 – – trump, to grieving widow of fallen soldier La David Johnson: “He knew what he signed up for.
- (@mmpadellan) October 18, 2017 – – Trump to widow of Sgt. La David Johnson: “He knew what he signed up for” That is beneath the dignity of his office, even for him.
- — Craig M Fallick (@RealCMFallick) October 18, 2017 – – Trump response to:—SEAL Ryan Owens’s death: “[generals] lost Ryan”—Green Beret La David Johnson’s death: “he knew what he signed up for”— Pé Resists (@4everNeverTrump) October 18, 2017 – – TRUMP: “He knew what he signed up for.”
- https://t.co/dlxrx15JEL— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) October 18, 2017 – – – By Wednesday morning, a GoFundMe page set up for Johnson’s widow and their children had raised nearly $150,000, with many of the donations coming after Trump’s comments were made public.
The president’s attempt to comfort a grieving widow gets panned.
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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq poised for new all-time highs, as we close out a stellar third quarter. Stocks in the red today include Revlon as traders took profit on the cosmetics name following a huge run-up this week, LSC Communications as Citi downgraded the print & digital media solutions company to sell
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- These high fees is why customers prefer to purchase tickets direct from the source, or on the secondary market.
- The problem with the secondary market is until now there has been no service that has been able to guarantee the authenticity of a ticket.
- “Anyone who has ever attended, hosted, or produced a live entertainment event, be it a UFC fight, boxing match, or concert has been affected by counterfeit tickets or extortionate secondary resale prices.
- Aventus brings a refreshing solution to these age-old problems that could very well end fraudulent activity and unregulated ticket touting once and for all,” says Bernie Dillon, a 30+ year entertainment and sports industry veteran known for work with brands such as Caesars, Trump, HBO, UFC, Santana, Eric Clapton, Hard Rock and is current Director of Carnival Live.
- Why bother with Craigslist when a consumer can purchase a ticket legally on the secondary market using a dedicated platform?
If you’ve tried buying tickets to a sporting event, or a concert, you’ve probably noticed that if you buy a ticket online you run the risk of potentially…
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- After someone defaced Adam Yauch Park with swastikas, people held an anti-hate rally and spread messages of love.
- Chrystin Ondersma’s 7-year-old son and his friend attended the anti-hate rally at Adam Yauch Park and wrote messages on the sidewalk like “peace” and “hate is bad.
- On Nov. 18, residents of Brooklyn Heights in New York discovered spray-painted swastikas and the words “Go Trump” at a local park named in honor of Adam “MCA” Yauch, a member of the Beastie Boys who played at the park as a kid who died in 2012 after battling cancer.
- A photo posted by Sarab Leivers (@sarableivers) on Nov 20, 2016 at 6:51pm PST
- A photo posted by Amy Flatow (@amyflatography) on Nov 20, 2016 at 11:24am PST
The park was named after Adam Yauch, a late member of the Beastie Boys.
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