As 2013 wraps up, I’ve been noticing more and more people getting engaged and/or married under the age of 23.
I get it.
It’s cold outside… you want to cuddle and talk about your feelings… life after graduation is a tough transition… so why not just cut to the chase and get married, right? It’s hip. It’s cool. You get to wear clothing that wouldn’t normally be socially acceptable at the dive bar you frequent with the $5 beers. Eff it. YOLO. YOMO! You only marry once…
The divorce rate for young couples is more than twice the national average. Divorce is no longer a staple in a midlife crisis, but rather, something that SEVENTEEN Magazine should probably be printing on. Headlines could read,
“How to budget for your prom AND your wedding in the same year!”
While French President Nicolas Sarkozy was shaking hands during a meet and greet in the town of Brax in southern France, a man pulled him by his suit into the barrier almost knocking him to the ground.
The unidentified assailant was immediately tackled by security officers. French police say the man is being held in the nearby town of Agen. It is not immediately clear what the mans motive was for the attack on the president. [View Source]
Vancouver Riot let many people have different experiences, all though it was a total stupidity and the behave of ill mannered people. Vancouver Canucksfans were not the real rioters, all know that, some may be but not all.
It all started after the loss of a final Ice Hockey match between Boston Bruins andVancouver Canucks [4-0].
[ On June 15, 2011, the Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup after defeating the Vancouver Canucks in seven games in the Stanley Cup Finals. This was their first championship since 1972.]
Countable numbers of vehicles were burnt including police cars. At least 150 civilians were injured and some seriously wounded.
You should read this article<here> as well, as it shows a long negative impact on your future, if you also get involve in riots like this of Vancouver, this articles details that how you will ruin your life because now those who participated in the riot, their pictures and videos are spreading in the internet as a celebrity sex tape and officials and others will analyzing these, the teen social media hype, cyber bulling etc will surely cause a very bad impact in your life as they upload and make fun of those pictures.
[ The picture of a young man attempting to set a police cruiser on fire by lighting a rag stuffed in its gas tank has received widespread Internet attention. He’s been identified as an academic all-star who was supposed to be heading to the U.S. in fall on a water polo scholarship.
Water Polo Canada announced Friday that the 17-year-old has been suspended as a member of the junior men’s national team. He has apparently turned himself into police, although the Vancouver Police Department refused to confirm this.
The parents of another 17-year-old high school student from Burnaby, B.C., forced their son to give himself up after a photo surfaced that showed him looting a high-end fashion store. A teacher at an area high school told me Friday that students were abuzz over shots posted on Facebook of classmates riding home on the Canada Line holding items obtained during the looting. ]
Wall Writings on the loss,
And watch these videos, feel better
Vancouver Police Department Car Covered in Thank You Stickies after 2011 Stanley Cup Riot
VICTORIA — The streets of Victoria were quiet and clean this morning, a far different scene from the garbage and debris strewn in downtown Vancouver. Rioters caused large scale damage to businesses and buildings, after the Vancouver Canucks lost Game 7 of The Stanley Cup Finals.
Cars were burned, windows smashed, but in the mayhem thousands of others watched and snapped videos or filmed the horrific scene. Now the Vancouver Police are making a plea to the public to help identify the perpetrators.
Within minutes hundreds of photos and faces had been uploaded to Twitter and Facebook among other social media sites. Some of the vandals even boasted openly about confrontations with police and wounds sustained.
Social Media expert David Black of Royal Roads University says that Social Media sites were part of the reason these riots were far bigger than the last in 1994, but will also provide much of the evidence to charge those responsible this time around.
Several Facebook sites are asking people to upload their photos so that other can identify them, while the Vancouver Police have set up a tip line at 1-604-717-2541 or images can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org