The Toy Master is in our House!

(pen scratching) – Tic Tac Toy. (paw scratching) (dog barks) – Why does Sandy keep going in your closet and barking? – I have no idea. She’s been doing that all week long, and it’s super annoying. – I bet. (dog barks) – She’ll even go in there and start barking in the middle of the night. – Knock it off Sandy. – Hey girls, I just spoke with my boss at the CTIA and we had a major breakthrough with our Toy Master case. – No kidding, what’s going on? – Well, we have a reason to believe that the Toy Master has been camped out in this very city for about a week now. And we think some of our intelligence agents have been able to uncover and decode the Toy Master’s cellphone number.

– No way, that’s pretty big isn’t it? – Sure is, chances are the Toy Master probably carries the cellphone around with him and so if we can trace the location of his cellphone, then we can probably pin-point the Toy Master’s exact location. – Wow, how do we do that? – Well, that’s our mission for today. (dog barks) Hush Sandy. – So what do we need to do? – Well we need to call this number, which we think belongs to the Toy Master, we need to keep him on the phone for at least one minute. If we can do that, it should give me just enough time to track his location using my computer. – Well, let’s save him and call then. – Well, it’s not that simple because we probably only really have one chance. – Really? – Yeah, if the Toy Master realizes us on the line, he’ll probably hang up because he’s smart and he’ll realize that we’re trying to trace his phone number. – Is that why you brought that voice changer with you? – Precisely, I’m going to have you call the Toy Master but you’ll need to use this to alter your voice when you’re on the phone with him.

– Okay, but what shall I say? – I put a lot of thought into that, I think you should call him and tell him that his phone number was randomly selected to be the winner of a giant toy prize. – Great idea, he’ll stay on the line for that. – That’s what I’m thinking. – Alright, I should just tell him all about the toys he’s winning and that should keep him on the line for a minute. – Perfect, now we just need to figure out the right voice to use. – Congratulations! – Too much like a robot, try another one. – Congratulations! – No way, too squeaky.

– Congratulations, you’re a winner! – That’s the one. – That’s it, perfect. Okay, let me get my computer set up and then we’ll get going. – Okay, I’m ready. – This is gonna be exciting. – Okay, I think I’m just about ready. Here’s the phone number Addy and you can go ahead and call. Everybody, quiet. Go ahead and dial Addy. (numbers dial melody) – Here goes nothing. – Okay, connected on my end. (phone rings) (dog barks) Sandy, you can’t bark now. – I didn’t know what to do so I hung up. – It’s okay, let me get Sandy downstairs and we’ll try this again. Sandy, what are you doing in here? You’re gonna ruin our mission. C’mon, c’mon, out this way. Okay, all is set, Addy go ahead and try it again. (number dial melody) (phone rings) Have the voice changer ready. – What are you guys name, little cutie patooties. – Shhhhh. – No one’s answering. – Okay, just give it a minute longer. – Guys, I think I hear something.

– Like what? – Like a phone ringing. – Hang up Addy. (suspenseful music) – The ringing just stopped. – Does that mean the Toy Master’s in our house? – I’m not sure, I don’t know what that means. – It sounded like it may have been coming from my closet. – Maybe that’s why Sandy’s been barking at Maya’s closet for like a week. – I don’t know but I’m gonna go investigate girls.

You guys stay right here. – Be careful mommy. (clock ticks) (orchestral suspense music) – Okay, nobody’s in here, but where is that phone? (orchestral suspense music) Where would a phone be hiding? (orchestral suspense music) – This is kind of scary Maya. – You’re scared? I’m the one who was sleeping all night with the Toy Master on the other side of my wall. – Yeah, that is pretty scary. – Hey Addy, call that number again real quickly. – Okay, just a second. (number dial melody) (phone rings) – There it is. (phone rings) where’s that coming from? Down here. (phone rings) That’s it. (phone rings) There’s definitely a cellphone on the other side of this door. – It’s still ringing, no one’s answering. – You can hang up now Addy.

– Did you see or hear anything mommy? – I did, you know how you have that little crawl space door inside your closet Maya? – Yeah. – The ringing is coming from in there. – That’s super creepy and now I know why Sandy’s been acting weird. – But we’ve never opened that door, have we? – No, we really haven’t even had a reason to, I mean we have plenty of storage in the basement and we have no need to store anything in there. – Well, if the Toy Master’s phone is ringing from inside there, then the Toy Master has clearly been inside our own house.

That’s just beyond creepy. – But, if he’s not answering, he must not be in there right? Maybe he’s gone but he just left his phone in there. – That’s a possibility, or he’s just choosing not to answer his phone cause he wants us to hear it and open the door for some reason. – Wow, what do we do mom? – Well, we’re toy spies, we have to be brave when others aren’t. It’s time to investigate further. – You mean we’re going in? – Well, we need to gather some supplies first, but yes I’m gonna go in. – Well, we’re in this with you mom. We wanted to be junior toy spies after all. – Yeah, we knew it wouldn’t always be easy. – Okay girls, we need to make sure we are prepared for whatever we could encounter. – What do we need? – Well I think first we’ll start out with a motion detector, this can help us determine if there’s any motion on the other side of the door before we attempt to open it.

– Good idea, if there isn’t any motion then we’ll know that the Toy Master’s not in there. – That means he probably just left his phone there. – Exactly, and I’m thinking we should probably grab some of these night vision goggles. Since we haven’t been into the crawl space before, I’m not sure what to expect in terms of lighting. It could be pretty dark in there. – How do I look? – Like a spy for sure. And I’ll need this drill to unscrew that door from the wall.

– But if the door’s been screwed to the wall, how’s the Toy Master been getting in there? – You know, I really have no idea. Maybe there’s another entrance somewhere, I guess we have to find out. – Should we take that camera with us too? – Absolutely Maya, we wanna make sure we document whatever we find. – Well, what if the Toy Master’s actually inside there? What do we do? – Well, If our motion detector picks up motion indicating that he’s probably in there, I think we should call the CTIA for reinforcements before we even open the door.

– Good idea, I feel much better about that. – Okay girls, are you ready for this? – As ready as we’ll ever be. – Alright, lets go then. Grab the flashlight too. (upbeat music) Alright, get this motion detector all set up, aim it towards the crawl space door. That should do it. Alright Toy Master, if you’re in there we’re gonna know now. (phone rings) Is the phone ringing again? (motion detector beeps) Alright, I’ve got five seconds to get out of here now. (upbeat music) – Do you think we’ll really find and capture the Toy Master today Maya? – I don’t know, it’s a little scary to think about it, right Addy? – Yeah, but at least we could be done. The Toy Master can go behind bars and life will go back to normal. – That’s true. – Hey girls, did you try dialing that phone number again, the Toy Master’s phone number? – No, why? – Well, when I was setting up the motion detector, I could hear it ringing again.

– I wonder who else is trying to ahold of him. – Maybe the TMA? – Well, hopefully we’ll know soon. I have the motion detector all set up and if we don’t hear it go off in the next five minutes, I say we go in. I bet there’s some valuable information we can get inside there. – Okay, I’ll go set a five minute for us. – Perfect. – All perfect Maya. Now we have five. (motion detector sounds) Five minutes, oh my goodness that’s the motion detector. That’s it! – Oh my goodness, oh my goodness, what do we do? – Quick, grab the camera.

C’mon, lets go. (motion detector sounds) Oh, Sandy. My goodness dog, you sure know how to scare us. We thought you were the Toy Master. Alright, I’m gonna her downstairs, you girls keep an eye on that timer because we’re going in, in five minutes. C’mon Sandy, c’mon, c’mon. (upbeat music) Okay girls, it’s time to go. – Lets do this. (drilling sound) – She’s almost got it Maya. (drilling sound) – Okay girls, I’m gonna open the door. – Okay. (upbeat music) – Give me the flashlight. (upbeat music) – There’s the cellphone right there. Alright, I’m gonna grab the phone. – Be careful – Can I have the camera too? Looks like it swerves around here, I’m gonna take a peek. (slow rock music) Oh my goodness, oh my goodness. Someone’s back there, there’s movement. I may have got it on camera. (explosion) What’s that noise? – I think it came in from the hallway.

– Quick, go, go, go, quick, quick, quick. Quick, quick, quick, quick. – Look, the attic stairs are down. – Those definitely weren’t down a few minutes ago. Okay, so the crawl space must connect to the attic space and the Toy Master must have come down and escaped this way. – That loud bang we heard must’ve been these stairs hitting the floor. – And look, the front door is open, which means he’s gone. – He may be gone, but we have his phone. (phone rings) And I hear it ringing. – Quick, lets go girl, come on. (phone rings) Hello? – Hello, is this agent Lucy? – Yes it is, who’s speaking? – This is your boss, from the CTIA. Why are you answering the Toy Master’s phone? – Oh, you won’t believe this, but we believe the Toy Master has been hiding inside my house. The crawl space, the attic space, his phone was in there. – So, are you telling me that the Toy Master’s phone was in your house? – Yeah, I know that sounds strange sir, but we’re just as surprised as you are.

– But you have to apprehended the Toy Master? – Well, he just got away. – Do you realize how suspicious this sounds, agent Lucy? You are answering the Toy Master’s phone, which we have now traced to your house. But you have not captured him? – Yes sir, I understand that sir. However, if you allow me the chance to explain, it’s really quite simple. – Agent Lucy, or shall I call you the Toy Master? – No, of course not. You don’t really think that, do you? Boss? Hello? I think we might be in a very bad position girls.

– What do you mean? – Yeah, I know so. – The CTIA thinks I’m the Toy Master. (heavy orchestral music) This is our “All About Me” Tic Tac Toy book by Addy and Maya We have designed this Tic Tac Toy “All About Me” book to be an interactive book for you at home to learn about us, to learn about Addy and Maya and to fill out all sorts of fun information about you in the process So parents, if you are wondering where you can get our “All About Me” book you can go to Amazon to purchase this book. .

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Don’t Ignore These Signs — Your Body Could Be Trying To Tell You Something

In the age of the internet, more and more people are turning to the web to diagnose their potential illnesses and injuries.

While it is always best to see a medical professional to make the final call on your health, there’s likely no one who knows your body quite like you do. That’s why you should be aware of these common cues that your body can give off that most would pass off as nothing to worry about, as they could warn you about various silent killers. If you’ve noticed one of these 12 things about your body, you might want to schedule an appointment before your health takes a turn for the worse.

1. Rapid and unintentional weight loss

If you’re losing large amounts of weight without diet or exercise, go see your doctor for a checkup. Severe weight loss for no apparent reason often helps diagnose lung, stomach, pancreatic, and esophageal cancers.

2. Blistering skin rashes

While rashes on your arms, knees, elbows, and other parts of your body could be the result of eczema, they could potentially lead to a far more serious diagnosis. Nearly 25 percent of those with Celiac disease report having itchy, blistering rashes after consuming even the smallest trace of gluten.

Traditionally, a doctor performs a biopsy of the rash in question to determine its cause.

3. Inflamed gums

In a University of Florida study, researchers discovered a link between the types of bacteria that cause gum disease and those that cause heart disease. Older adults with these bacteria in their mouth also typically have a larger carotid artery, which is linked to stroke and heart attacks.

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/body-signs/

Driving With James Charles

hi sisters james charles here and welcome back to my youtube channel ok you guys, so i hope you are excited for todays brand new video pooey as you can see we are NOT in the normal youtube studio setting .

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Your Heart Will Break When You See What Years Of Neglect Did To This Bird

When we think about mental illness, we don’t often consider the fact that thousands of animals are forced to deal with anxiety and depression every single day. These creatures experience emotions just as deeply and intensely as we do, so it only makes sense that they’d develop psychological issues after enduring years of abuse and neglect.

One such animal is a sweet little cockatoo that now goes by the name of Javi. Her previous owners called her Hobby, and they treated her as such. This bird was seen as little more than a plaything for most of her life, which actually caused her to develop anxiety issues.

This is probably what you think of when a cockatoo is mentioned…

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But these beauties, along with other birds, often resort to a practice called “over-preening” when they feel chronically anxious.

Now going by Javi, the beautiful bird came to the sanctuary as Hobby. Born in 1996, the feathered friend was most likely treated like her namesake, which in turn caused her a great deal of stress.

Because of her constant anxiety, she over-preened to a drastic level…

But thanks to Tallgrass Parrot Sanctuary, Javi is finally enjoying her brand-new life!

According to one adorable Facebook post, “She’s doing awesome! She’s a rockstar.” She’s since cut back on over-preening, but as far as feather regrowth, only time will tell. Even if her feathers don’t grow back, she will still be able to lead a healthy, happy life with the right care. In the meantime, she’ll be busy taking nice baths and snacking on some of her new favorite foods!

Watch Javi show off her dance moves in the video below:

We have decided to change Hobby's name to Javi, (pronounced "Ha vee") since no living being should be someone's hobby. She is becoming more confident and loves to explore as long as I'm close by.If anyone would like to donate for Javi's care as well as the others here in our care you can do so at our website www.tallgrassparrot.org

Posted by Tallgrass Parrot Sanctuary, Inc on Sunday, October 11, 2015

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It’s pretty obvious that this cockatoo is in great hands, and that she’s finally getting the love and attention she deserves. If you want to learn more about Tallgrass Parrot Sanctuary and find out what you can do to help, check out their website. You can also follow them on Facebook to keep up with Javi’s progress and learn about the rest of their amazing rescue stories!

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/heartwarming-bird-rescue/

POKÉMON Detective Pikachu – Official Trailer #1

Welcome to Ryme City. A celebration of the harmony between humans and Pokémon. ♪ ♪ Tim, your dad was a legend in this precinct. – If you are anything like your dad– – I’m not. I remember you wanted to be a Pokémon trainer when you were young. – Yeah, that didn’t really work out. Someone there? Whoever you are, I know how to use this. Aw, jeez. Here we go. I know you can’t understand me. But put down the stapler… … or I will electrocute you. ♪ ♪ Did you just talk? Whoa. Did you just understand me? – Oh, my God! You can understand me! – Stop! I have been so lonely! They try to talk to me all the time.

All they hear is “Pika-Pika.” You can hear him, right? Pika-Pika. Yeah. Pika-Pika-Pika. He’s adorable. You’re adorable. They can’t understand me, kid. – Can no one else hear him?! ♪ ♪ I don’t need a Pokémon. Period. Then what about a world-class detective. Becase if you wanna find your pops… … I’m your best bet. We’re gonna do this, you and me. ♪ I can’t see me loving nobody but you for all my life ♪ There’s magic. It brought us together. And that magic is called hope. Listen up, we got ways to make you talk, or mime… – Yeah. …So tell us what we wanna know. Pipe. Yes. Okay. A can. Shoving? Pushing. My problem is that I push people away and then hate them for leaving.

He’s saying you can shove it. – What? I can shove it? Okay, that’s it. No. We’re switching roles. I’m bad cop, you’re good cop. – No, we’re not cops. In my head, I saw that differently. .

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Chilling tweets from reported account of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

http://twitter.com/#!/evanchill/status/325282992165638145

As Twitchy reported earlier, fake accounts for Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have been popping up on Twitter today.

CNN is reporting that the @J_tsar Twitter account belongs to Tsarnaev. One of Tsarnaev’s high school classmates told BuzzFeed that it is the suspect’s Twitter account.

CONFIRMED: @j_tsar Is Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Actual Twitter Account buzzfeed.com/ryanhatesthis/…

— Ryan Broderick (@ryanpbroderick) April 19, 2013

He calls himself “Jahar” and his Twitter bio is just “Salam aleikum.”

Dzhokhar-Tsarnaev-twitter-bio

1,099 tweets have been sent from the account and he follows 108 people.

This Twitter user is followed by the @J_tsar account and says the account is legit.

@tiarranorcross @j_tsar That is indeed his twitter.

— mac (@ChinksMcGee) April 19, 2013

Says he knew suspect, confirms @j_tsar is the acct- RT @chinksmcgee: My parents gonna go crazy when I tell them I lived with him lol

— Dianne Gallagher (@DianneG) April 19, 2013

He calls himself “Dzhokhar” in one tweet:

tat my name on you girl so i know it’s real oh and make sure to spell it right, its spelled Dzhokhar

— Jahar (@J_tsar) May 6, 2012

The Twitterverse is busy digging into the tweets.

I just called the phone # on Tsarnaev’s Twitter account: “The person you are trying to reach is not accepting calls at this time.”

— Chris Moody (@Chris_Moody) April 19, 2013

Looks like @j_tsar is legit. Found him conversing with a guy last year who now’s tweeting that he knows the bomber. Also Dartmouth refs.

— Andy Carvin (@acarvin) April 19, 2013

Two days ago, @j_tsar acct had 120 followers. Now, a bit more than that: 17k and counting.

— Andy Carvin (@acarvin) April 19, 2013

In response to this tweet about the Boston Marathon bombing …

This deserves endless retweets. twitter.com/ImRealTed/stat…

— Ted (@ImRealTed) April 16, 2013

He tweeted this:

@imrealted fake story

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 16, 2013

The most recent activity on the account was a retweet of this tweet:

Attitude can take away your beauty no matter how good looking you are or it could enhance your beauty, making you adorable.

— Mufti Ismail Menk (@muftimenk) April 17, 2013

This was his most recent original tweet:

I’m a stress free kind of guy

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 17, 2013

And these tweets were all sent after the Boston bombing:

Ain’t no love in the heart of the city, stay safe people

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 16, 2013

@mellochamp what’s new with them?

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 16, 2013

@mellochamp and they what “god hates dead people?” Or victims of tragedies? Lol those people are cooked

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 16, 2013

@mellochamp *say

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 16, 2013

There are people that know the truth but stay silent & there are people that speak the truth but we don’t hear them cuz they’re the minority

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 16, 2013

@therealabdul_ you need to get Claritin clear

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 16, 2013

@therealabdul_ #heavy I’ve been looking for those, there is a shortage on the black market if you wanna make a quick buck, nuff said..

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 16, 2013

So then I says to him, I says, relax bro my beard is not loaded

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 16, 2013

Nowadays everybody wanna talk like they got somethin to say but nothin comes out when they move their lips; just a bunch of gibberish

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 17, 2013

A sampling of his other tweets:

Being bilingual is da bomb

— Jahar (@J_tsar) March 26, 2013

If you have the knowledge and the inspiration all that’s left is to take action

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 8, 2013

Most of you are conditioned by the media

— Jahar (@J_tsar) April 11, 2013

some people are just misunderstood by the world thus the increase of suicide rates

— Jahar (@J_tsar) January 17, 2012

I don’t argue with fools who say islam is terrorism it’s not worth a thing, let an idiot remain an idiot

— Jahar (@J_tsar) January 16, 2013

back to the home land this summer word

— Jahar (@J_tsar) March 22, 2012

a decade in america already, i want out

— Jahar (@J_tsar) March 14, 2012

Last May he tweeted, “saving lives brings me joy.”

i didn’t become a lifeguard to just chill and get paid, i do it for the people, saving lives brings me joy #lifeguardoftheyear

— Jahar (@J_tsar) May 29, 2012

He also appears to be a 9/11 truther.

RT @freebeacon: RT @jonhenke: Alleged bomber seems to have been a 9/11 Truther –> bit.ly/14Cf7ov

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) April 19, 2013

Idk why it’s hard for many of you to accept that 9/11 was an inside job, I mean I guess fuck the facts y’all are some real #patriots #gethip

— Jahar (@J_tsar) September 2, 2012

Ten days before he naturalized. RT @jonhenke: Alleged bomber seems to have been a 9/11 Truther –> twitter.com/JonHenke/statu…

— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) April 19, 2013

Another tweet about Sept. 11:

“September 10th baby, you know what tomorrow is. Party at my house!” #thingsyoudontyellwhenenteringaroom

— Jahar (@J_tsar) March 14, 2013

Sickening.

Does suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appear in these images tweeted from the account?

Place your bets twitter.com/J_tsar/status/…

— Jahar (@J_tsar) March 16, 2013

We postin’ twitter.com/J_tsar/status/…

— Jahar (@J_tsar) March 16, 2013

Update:

Via BroBible, the person in the photo that accompanies this tweet appears to be wearing Cambridge shorts.

http://twitter.com/#!/J_tsar/status/234718782738821121

In another tweet, he mentions Cambridge.

Cambridge got some real, genuinely good people but at the same time this city can be fake as fuck just like any other town #upholdthereal

— Jahar (@J_tsar) January 16, 2013

Editor’s note: This post has been updated with additional tweets.

Related:

Ongoing Twitchy coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing and the hunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/04/19/im-a-stress-free-kind-of-guy-chilling-tweets-from-reported-account-of-bombing-suspect-dzhokhar-tsarnaev/

Yes, Ron Paul, some veterans with PTSD go to the gun range for therapy

http://twitter.com/#!/RonPaul/status/298477312876355585

Not only is Ron Paul disgusting and shameful, he’s uninformed and wrong about post-traumatic stress disorder, too.

So are all of these other amateur psychiatrists who think they know something about PTSD:

How Gullible R ULoud noises &Guns R the best treatment 4 PTSDMake senseIn bizarro world

— Noreen (@NoreenR1) February 4, 2013

Two questions. Was Chris Kyle qualified to treat someone with PTSD? Isn’t Kyle’s treatment like bringing an alcoholic to a bar?

— Eric the Fish (@yafonda) February 4, 2013

I agree with Ron Paul..someone suffering from mental illness of some sort (even PTSD) doesn’t belong on a gun… fb.me/XlI9cHCe

— LisaMaret (@LisaMaret) February 4, 2013

@ronpaul is right. Highly unusual to bring PTSD patients to a gun range.

— Dan Gordon (@_RepDanGordon) February 4, 2013

“@ronpaul: Chris Kyle’s death…Treating PTSD at a firing range doesn’t make sense” my thoughts exactly!!!

— Molly McMom (@molly_mcmom) February 4, 2013

True, weapons & live rounds + mental illness seems like risky therapy. MT”@ronpaul: Treating PTSD at a firing range doesn’t make sense”

— jeff deeney (@jeff_deeney) February 4, 2013

Former U.S. Army Ranger Sean Parnell addressed this point during an appearance on Fox and Friends this morning:

A lot of people are asking why are you taking somebody that’s  struggling out to go shooting. Well shooting for guys like us in the military is a very, very familiar skill set. It’s like taking a basketball player out to shoot hoops, you know. And so, shooting with military veterans that are trying to re-adjust can be very healing, and Chris [Kyle] really used that well to his advantage to help people.

Many Twitter users, including a number of veterans, also set the record straight:

@ronpaul As a veteran with PTSD I can tell you that going to the range and shooting is one of the most therapeutic things you can do.

— Eric J Redmon #TGDN (@eredmon19) February 4, 2013

@ronpaul Mr.Paul as a veteran I have found activities like hunting and shooting sports to be therapeutic your comment insults veterans#PTSD

— Kevin T Hoffman (@GunUp0331) February 4, 2013

@ronpaul your opinion on chris kyles death only shows how disgusting of a person you are If you knew anything about ptsd youd understand

— Ryan Fallows (@lucifer508) February 4, 2013

Isn’t shooting 1 of the better aides for PTSD? MT@MelissaTweets MT @iowahawkblog: Grandpa’s talking to furniture again bit.ly/12nsK8J

— Elizabeth Aymond (@aymond) February 4, 2013

Unless Ron Paul’s been around soldiers with PTSD I don’t think he should be saying a damn word about what Chris Kyle was doing

— just another mo(@JustAnotherMo) February 4, 2013

@lion_of_gray Yes. As for the 2nd part of his tweet: treating PTSD at a shooting range falls under ‘exposure therapy’ – is.gd/pt9pqo

— Adam Baldwin (@adamsbaldwin) February 4, 2013

Dear DOCTOR @ronpaul: more on Exposure Therapy for PTSD, via the Dept of Veteran Affairs ptsd.va.gov/public/pages/p…

— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) February 4, 2013

@ronpaul This is a ridiculous statement.Firing range practice can certainly be therapeutic.

— Dave Nalle (@texliberty) February 4, 2013

@ronpaul You have lost all credibility with me.Taking a PTSD vet to the range is known to be good for them.Until you have served, zip it

— Jacob S. (@JacobS5672) February 4, 2013

https://twitter.com/MacMathghamhna/status/298514185145425920

Ron Paul’s comments abt Chris Kyle were not only insensitive & short-sided but incorrect. Exposure therapy is used frequently for PTSD.

— Catherine (@FitGrl) February 4, 2013

@ronpaul U obviously Don’t understand PTSD, & UR comments hurt our Heros. Outdoor Recreational Therapy helps a lot of our Veterans. #tcot

— Joe the Plumber (@RealJTP) February 4, 2013

@ronpaul actually it does makes perfect sense, exposure therapy is highly effective in treating PTSD ptsd.va.gov/public/pages/p…

— Amanda (@aweston21) February 4, 2013

Somebody tell @ronpaul treating PTSD through immersion/exposure therapy is medically proven and can give our heroes back their peace of mind

— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) February 4, 2013

Its a viable form therapy for combat related PTSD & you Sir are an ass! PRT @ronpaul Chris Kyle-he who lives by the sword dies by the sword.

— Fred Aubin (@FM_Aubin) February 4, 2013

@dustynuts17 Kyle Worked With Vets ptsd Shooting was used As Therapy/ Not The First Time4 Ron Paul To Open His Mouth&Disrespect R Military

— lovusa4 (@lovusa4) February 4, 2013

Part of overcomming PTSD is trigger exposures. VERY common for treatment options.

— Patrick(@Mnpoker) February 4, 2013

@ronpaul It doesn’t make sense to you because you’re a lifelong politician and have no idea what’s best for Vets with PTSD. #STFU

— Robb Bill (@Rbill) February 4, 2013

Bingo.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/02/04/yes-ron-paul-some-veterans-with-ptsd-go-to-the-gun-range-for-therapy/

After Having Knee Surgery, This Girl Had The Most Hilarious Conversation With Her Mom

Going under the knife can be stressful for a lot of reasons.

In this day and age, though, one of those reasons happens to be the effects of anesthesia. Thanks to smartphones and digital cameras, some particularly embarrassing moments can be caught on film (and then shared on social media). In a cruel twist of fate, young people (those more likely to be embarrassed over such an event) happen to be more reactive to anesthesia. So, it’s a perfect storm of hilarity.

One Twitter user, Julia Sherman, was waking up from being put under for knee surgery…and the conversation she had with her mom is hilarious.

Balls were on her mind (and I’m rolling on the floor laughing):

And to think, this was Julia before the drugs took over.

At least she was a good sport and shared the video for Internet to enjoy. Thanks, Balls Girl!

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/anesthesia-daughter-conversation/

Car bomb blasts outside a shopping mall in Baghdad, many killed

Two car bomb blasts outside a shopping mall in central Baghdad late on Friday killed at least 10 people and injured another 25, police and medical sources said.One explosion came from a parked car and

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