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Thursday Morning Notes

by Fatimah Waseem December 28, 2017 at 9:00 am 12 Comments

How Family Tried to Keep Suspected Neo-Nazi from their Daughter — People magazine published an in-depth piece about the Reston double murder on Friday, including details on how the family attempted to keep the suspect, who turned the gun on himself, away from their daughter. [People]

Escape Herndon Donates Tickets for Charity — The business is donating proceeds from all tickets sold for New Year’s Eve to Starlight, an organization that aims to bring joy and comfort to hospitalized children and their families. [Escape Herndon]

Reston Library Holds One-Hour Sessions to Build Computer Skills — Adults seeking to improve their computer skills can register for a one-hour session with a technology volunteer to improve their computer skills and get help with navigating the Internet and e-books. Individuals interested in participating should call the library to make an appointment. The session will take place from 6 – 8 p.m. today. [Fairfax County Government]

  • Mike M

    People mag does it’s part to divide the country and convince L-words that people who are not L-words are murderous Nazis. I wonder if this will swell the ranks of that fringe. I bet it does.

    • Willie Reston

      I must have missed the part that mentioned political parties.

      • Mike M

        I am not surprised.

        • Willie Reston

          Please provide the quote(s) here which mention parties other than the Nazis.

          • Mike M

            Well, you got the first one on your second try. Good. The second one never mentions itself by name. That is so people like you can’t see it. But HHNHH is code for a DNC initiative to allow lefties to hate those who differ with them politically, while indulging perversely in self-righteous.

          • Willie Reston

            Oh, okay Mikey. Not unlike this troubled murderous teen, your worst enemies are all imagined and/or blown way out of proportion. Makes one wonder what other tendencies you might have in common.

          • Mike M

            Sure it does! That is the intent of this article and endless others. To give weak-minded individuals the notion that there is a connection between Nazis and the right in general. To give you permission to hate those who “hate.” The quick and easy use of “hate” and “racist” in political discourse are hallmarks.

          • Willie Reston

            Nazis routinely align themselves with the right and, specifically, candidates like Trump. But in Mikey’s world there’s no connection between the two, none at all! Nothing to see here, folks! Like much of the right, you’re asking sound-minded people to disbelieve what our eyes, ears and conscience are telling us, and we’re not buying it. Go peddle your delusions elsewhere.

          • Mike M

            Your indoctrination has been completed.

          • The Constitutionalist

            It doesn’t really matter where they say they align, I can tell you, we don’t want them either.

          • Willie Reston

            That’s great to hear; now do something about it. You know how people always say the good Mus.lims need to do something about the bad ones? So too must the good right-wingers rid themselves of their bad apples.

          • Mike M

            Here’s what I am doing about it. I am calling out the left for their twisted thinking. I am trying to curb the extreme left which fuels the appeal of the extreme right. I have less in common with Nazis than extreme left which has taken over the left. LOOK AT THE CENSORSHIP IN HERE OF LATE!

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