Death In America, Again By Mychaeltodd
Esu Manzano, Cordel Fowler and Adam Bailey die in car crash.
It does not matter what the reason may be, it’s still death in the USA. This time three men from Atlanta Georgia were killed in a car crash. Data Friend, DON LEMON CNN Journalist and host of CNN TONIGHT, made a humble tribute “In my opinion” with millions of others honored the death our brother's. Family members, celebrities, student(s), employee(s) we receive that pain of this loss feeling loud and clear, “WE GET IT!” ….. it hurts and it brings some of us to common place, even if we never knew the victims. Is killing and dying that common now? Have we refused to humble our hearts?
Can we learn understanding from the real issues? The death of everyone and anybody has taken a toll on American communities all over the nation, not just homeland security. Death on a highway in Atlanta Georgia, late in the morning hour of 3 am going over a 50-foot drop to your death sounds suspect to some, common to others, and bad highway designing to a few.
Whatever the reason death came upon three young men who had extended family; brothers & sisters in the LGBTQ community. They have family and children and others who care and don’t even know them. The college degree, and other hard work is not in use for these men anymore. Education, family and children will suffer without them- but suffering will get us lifted once this horrible long storm is fully over. Social media showed up for these young men. After teasing Dr. David Augusta Jr. about GOFUNDME days earlier on his page about taking his dad to a $5000 play-offs game: I said, ONE WORD: “GOFUNDME”
People die every day, but the loss of three friends, three young men, in one car is horrible.
Not to mention people are dying on the streets of the USA for other foul reasons. Speaking of the streets…death in the USA has started to numb some of us. People are dying from texting, freeway shooters, the occasional work & school terror attacks! Call it what it is, regardless of the what people may say in private, it terrorizes people into buying a gun, terrorized paranoid people and plenty with mental issues. Make your voice public, the citizens of the USA use freedom of speech to say any damn thing, blame it on whoever they want, and still live freely in AMERICA……BUT be willing to deal with the consequences for everything you say good or bad. Whatever the reason, or cause of death, these fine men are gone. Let us learn this, when trouble strikes your community, build a positive foundation to support one another and stop all the backbiting by tearing people down who can help when needed, we have organized online and found power in unity. We would like to thank all the people who donated, organized, and rallied around the family with help, with sharing all media. Angels: Corey CJay Braxton, Tracy McElveen & Tommy Harrell, thank you for your help. Common ground is not property owned by our indifferences, it’s a place where we can put aside our differences and allow understanding and respect to be present. As the families bury their children, let’s continue to be supportive in all positive causes regardless of who your brother or sister may be.
Adam Christopher Bailey
"Celebration of a Life Well Lived"
Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at 6 pm
At: AS Turner and Sons - 2773 N. Decatur Rd, Decatur, Georgia 30033
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