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Children, Facts, and Family: CE STATEMENT REGARDING ERRONEOUS ATTACKS ON ICE EMPLOYEE FOR MILITARY TATTOO Ron Perlman @perlmutations I know l'm a leftist, "D List" actor, so my twitter feed is probably deceiving me, but is that an iron cross tattooed on this hero's arm? This is a mistake, right? Cuz the Iron Cross was a symbol of Nazi Germany. Justin Gaertner is a combat wounded U.S. Marine who continues to serve his country as an ICE computer forensics analyst, helping to solve criminal cases and rescue children who have been sexually abused. During one of three combat deployments, including two in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, where he served as a fire team leader and lead sweeper for IEDs, he was wounded by IEDs, resulting in the loss of both legs and other permanent injuries. He is a para-Olympic athlete who has volunteered his time to motivate other wounded warriors and Boston bombing victims. "Over the weekend, social media perpetuated by a tweet by New Yorker reporter Talia Levin erroneously implied that a tattoo on one of his arms was an Iron Cross and essentially labeled him a Nazi. Levin deleted her post after military veterans responded that the tattoo looked more like a Maltese cross, a symbol associated with fire fighters. "Per Gaertner, the tattoo on his left elbow is actually "Titan 2, the symbol for his platoon while he fought in Afghanistan. The writing on his right arm is the Spartan Creed which is about protecting family and children. Anyone attempting to advance their personal political opinions by baselessly slandering an American hero should be issuing public apologies to Mr. Gaertner and retractions. This includes Levin and the New Yorker." Gotta be my twitter feed is leaning left again. ICE @ICEgov ICE HERO COTDSLearn more about HERO Child-Rescue Corps, a program for wounded, injured & ill giving veterans a second
Children, Facts, and Family: CE STATEMENT REGARDING ERRONEOUS ATTACKS
 ON ICE EMPLOYEE FOR MILITARY TATTOO
 Ron Perlman
 @perlmutations
 I know l'm a leftist, "D List" actor,
 so my twitter feed is probably
 deceiving me, but is that an iron
 cross tattooed on this hero's arm?
 This is a mistake, right? Cuz the
 Iron Cross was a symbol of Nazi
 Germany.
 Justin Gaertner is a combat wounded U.S. Marine who continues to serve his country as an ICE computer
 forensics analyst, helping to solve criminal cases and rescue children who have been sexually abused. During
 one of three combat deployments, including two in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, where he served as a fire
 team leader and lead sweeper for IEDs, he was wounded by IEDs, resulting in the loss of both legs and other
 permanent injuries. He is a para-Olympic athlete who has volunteered his time to motivate other wounded
 warriors and Boston bombing victims.
 "Over the weekend, social media perpetuated by a tweet by New Yorker reporter Talia Levin erroneously implied
 that a tattoo on one of his arms was an Iron Cross and essentially labeled him a Nazi. Levin deleted her post
 after military veterans responded that the tattoo looked more like a Maltese cross, a symbol associated with
 fire fighters.
 "Per Gaertner, the tattoo on his left elbow is actually "Titan 2, the symbol for his platoon while he fought in
 Afghanistan. The writing on his right arm is the Spartan Creed which is about protecting family and children.
 Anyone attempting to advance their personal political opinions by baselessly slandering an American hero
 should be issuing public apologies to Mr. Gaertner and retractions. This includes Levin and the New Yorker."
 Gotta be my twitter feed is leaning
 left again.
 ICE @ICEgov
 ICE HERO COTDSLearn more about
 HERO Child-Rescue
 Corps, a program for
 wounded, injured & ill
 giving veterans a second
Alive, Crazy, and Facepalm: Goggle products 3 months ago Notice the compass symbol behind Kurt. Im on a plain. Thes dudes were all about a CIA conspiracy to reenforce space and the map of our world;) Notice all the interviews with a globes and maps inolve. THis was all staged like a Moon landing for teens. Look into it. The stars in the stage show, the in bloom video with the planets above an Alister Crowley set. The same set from the stones Satans MAjesty. Kurt was some illuminati diety devil that most likely wasn't even 27 haha. Sounds crazy but I actually believe he was 33 and is still alive! The death photo is a converse ad folks. Its the only visible logo and just enough of Kurt that they can print the pick. Where are the 3 other photos of him with a little too much brain matter? O right they dont exist;) There is a current case where some guy supposedly has them and is even threatening to release them on Courtney haha. There are no other photos kids. They will never release one of him with no head. It doesn't exist. SLTS starts off as a full frame converse ad. Its a commercial for the shoes folks. They currently sell Converse with his writing on them now. ITs the only visible logo in both the video and the photo. This is 400% satan working here. The in utero cover is the Baphomet. A tranny devil dressed as an angel. THe uterus of the Baphomet is known as the "lake of fire. WE were all scammed kids. This is huge Frances beans most famous photo? Her at her dads funeral in a leopard print Beta sex slave outfit. Think about it. Negative creep is about "Kurt" Polly is about "Kurt". These werent random moments of him being righteous at all. Its the total opposite. He's most likely a pedophile occult member) THere first shirt has SATAN worshippers right on the back with what looks like Flat earth on the front. A little crescent moon in the middle I'm on a plain? What? The tiny dick on Nevermind points out the tiny all seeing eye in nirvanA. Crazy shit man. Crazy crazy shit. There are so many more too. Heart shaped box set looks like the set of Unkle TOms Cabin, a show with 3 guys set in front of a poppy field and a cross, 2 of which are wearing dresses. COurtney even kinda looks like the Baphomet at the funeral with her pigtails. When else did you see her with pig tails? I know... right Show less 4 REPLY
Alive, Crazy, and Facepalm: Goggle products 3 months ago
 Notice the compass symbol behind Kurt. Im on a plain. Thes dudes were all about a CIA
 conspiracy to reenforce space and the map of our world;) Notice all the interviews with a globes
 and maps inolve. THis was all staged like a Moon landing for teens. Look into it. The stars in
 the stage show, the in bloom video with the planets above an Alister Crowley set. The same set
 from the stones Satans MAjesty. Kurt was some illuminati diety devil that most likely wasn't even
 27 haha. Sounds crazy but I actually believe he was 33 and is still alive! The death photo is a
 converse ad folks. Its the only visible logo and just enough of Kurt that they can print the pick.
 Where are the 3 other photos of him with a little too much brain matter? O right they dont exist;)
 There is a current case where some guy supposedly has them and is even threatening to release
 them on Courtney haha. There are no other photos kids. They will never release one of him with
 no head. It doesn't exist. SLTS starts off as a full frame converse ad. Its a commercial for the
 shoes folks. They currently sell Converse with his writing on them now. ITs the only visible logo in
 both the video and the photo. This is 400% satan working here. The in utero cover is the
 Baphomet. A tranny devil dressed as an angel. THe uterus of the Baphomet is known as the "lake
 of fire. WE were all scammed kids. This is huge Frances beans most famous photo? Her at her
 dads funeral in a leopard print Beta sex slave outfit. Think about it. Negative creep is about "Kurt"
 Polly is about "Kurt". These werent random moments of him being righteous at all. Its the total
 opposite. He's most likely a pedophile occult member) THere first shirt has SATAN worshippers
 right on the back with what looks like Flat earth on the front. A little crescent moon in the middle
 I'm on a plain? What? The tiny dick on Nevermind points out the tiny all seeing eye in nirvanA.
 Crazy shit man. Crazy crazy shit. There are so many more too. Heart shaped box set looks like the
 set of Unkle TOms Cabin, a show with 3 guys set in front of a poppy field and a cross, 2 of which
 are wearing dresses. COurtney even kinda looks like the Baphomet at the funeral with her pigtails.
 When else did you see her with pig tails? I know... right
 Show less
 4 REPLY
Advice, Children, and Family: hello-kitty-senpai favedump Mr. Rogers had an intentional manner of speaking to children, which his writers called "Freddish" There were nine steps for translating into Freddish 1. "State the idea you wish to express as clearly as possible, and in terms preschoolers can understand." Example: It is dangerous to play in the street. 2. "Rephrase in a positive manner," as in It is good to play where it is safe 3. "Rephrase the idea, bearing in mind that preschoolers cannot yet make subtle distinctions and need to be redirected to authorities they trust." As in, "Ask your parents where it is safe to play." 4. "Rephrase your idea to eliminate all elements that could be considered prescriptive, directive or instructive. In the example, that'd mean getting rid of "ask": Your parents will tell you 5. "Rephrase any element that suggests certainty." That'd be "will": Your parents can tell you 6. "Rephrase your idea to eliminate any element that may not apply to all children." Not all 7. "Add a simple motivational idea that gives preschoolers a reason to follow your advice." where it is safe to play where it is safe to play. children know their parents, so: Your favorite grown-ups can tell you where it is safe to play Perhaps: Your favorite grown-ups can tell you where it is safe to play. It is good to listen to them 8. "Rephrase your new statement, repeating the first step. "Good" represents a value judgment, so: Your favorite grown-ups can tell you where it is safe to play. It is important to try to listen to them 9. "Rephrase your idea a final time, relating it to some phase of development a preschooler can understand." Maybe: Your favorite grown-ups can tell you where it is safe to play. It is important to try to listen to them, and listening is an important part of growing Mr. Rogers Had a Simple Set of Rules for Talking to Children - The Atlantic mswyr t this care and atte o granular details and phrasings, but the Rogers bro bigger messages his show would send. Hedda Sharapan, one of the staff members at Fred Rogers's production company, Family Communications, Inc., recalls Rogers once halted taping of a show when a cast member told the puppet Henrietta Pussycat not to cry; he interrupted shooting to make it clear that his show would never suggest to children that they not cry ug In working on the show, Rogers interacted extensively with academic researchers. Daniel R. Anderson, a psychologist formerly at the University of Massachusetts who worked as an advisor for the show, remembered a speaking trip to Germany at which some members of an academic audience raised questions about Rogers's direct approach on television. They were concerned that it could lead to false expectations from children of personal support from a televised figure Anderson was impressed with the depth of Rogers's reaction, and with the fact that he went back to production carefully screening scripts for any hint of language that could confuse chil that wa f child de pment is actually derived from some fact, Freddish and Rogers's the leading 20th-c previous children's TV program, was pursuing a graduate degree at The Pittsburgh Theological Seminary when a teacher there recommended he also study under the child-development expert Margaret McFarland at the University of Pittsburgh. There he was exposed to thee theories of legendary faculty, including McFarland, Benjamin Spock, Erik Erikson, and T. Berry Brazelton. Rogers learned the highest standards in this emerging academic field, and he applied them to his program for almost half a century ury scholars of the ect. In the 1950s, Rogers, already well known for a This is one of the reasons Rogers was so particular about the writing on his show. "l spent hours talking with Fred and taking notes," says Greenwald, "then hours talking with Margaret McFarland before l went off and wrote the scripts. Then Fred made them better." As simple Mister Rogers' Neighborhood looked and sounded, every detail in it was the product of a tremendously careful, academically-informed process Source: favedump 46,187 notes Jun 12th, 2018
Advice, Children, and Family: hello-kitty-senpai
 favedump
 Mr. Rogers had an intentional manner of speaking to children, which his writers called "Freddish"
 There were nine steps for translating into Freddish
 1. "State the idea you wish to express as clearly as possible, and in terms preschoolers can
 understand." Example: It is dangerous to play in the street.
 2. "Rephrase in a positive manner," as in It is good to play where it is safe
 3. "Rephrase the idea, bearing in mind that preschoolers cannot yet make subtle distinctions
 and need to be redirected to authorities they trust." As in, "Ask your parents where it is safe
 to play."
 4. "Rephrase your idea to eliminate all elements that could be considered prescriptive, directive
 or instructive. In the example, that'd mean getting rid of "ask": Your parents will tell you
 5. "Rephrase any element that suggests certainty." That'd be "will": Your parents can tell you
 6. "Rephrase your idea to eliminate any element that may not apply to all children." Not all
 7. "Add a simple motivational idea that gives preschoolers a reason to follow your advice."
 where it is safe to play
 where it is safe to play.
 children know their parents, so: Your favorite grown-ups can tell you where it is safe to play
 Perhaps: Your favorite grown-ups can tell you where it is safe to play. It is good to listen to
 them
 8. "Rephrase your new statement, repeating the first step. "Good" represents a value judgment,
 so: Your favorite grown-ups can tell you where it is safe to play. It is important to try to listen
 to them
 9. "Rephrase your idea a final time, relating it to some phase of development a preschooler can
 understand." Maybe: Your favorite grown-ups can tell you where it is safe to play. It is
 important to try to listen to them, and listening is an important part of growing
 Mr. Rogers Had a Simple Set of Rules for Talking to Children - The Atlantic
 mswyr
 t this
 care and atte
 o granular details and phrasings, but the
 Rogers bro
 bigger messages his show would send. Hedda Sharapan, one of the staff members at Fred
 Rogers's production company, Family Communications, Inc., recalls Rogers once halted taping
 of a show when a cast member told the puppet Henrietta Pussycat not to cry; he interrupted
 shooting to make it clear that his show would never suggest to children that they not cry
 ug
 In working on the show, Rogers interacted extensively with academic researchers. Daniel R.
 Anderson, a psychologist formerly at the University of Massachusetts who worked as an advisor
 for the show, remembered a speaking trip to Germany at which some members of an academic
 audience raised questions about Rogers's direct approach on television. They were concerned
 that it could lead to false expectations from children of personal support from a televised figure
 Anderson was impressed with the depth of Rogers's reaction, and with the fact that he went
 back to production carefully screening scripts for any hint of language that could confuse
 chil
 that wa
 f child de
 pment is actually derived from some
 fact, Freddish and Rogers's
 the leading 20th-c
 previous children's TV program, was pursuing a graduate degree at The Pittsburgh Theological
 Seminary when a teacher there recommended he also study under the child-development
 expert Margaret McFarland at the University of Pittsburgh. There he was exposed to thee
 theories of legendary faculty, including McFarland, Benjamin Spock, Erik Erikson, and T. Berry
 Brazelton. Rogers learned the highest standards in this emerging academic field, and he
 applied them to his program for almost half a century
 ury
 scholars of the
 ect. In the 1950s, Rogers, already well known for a
 This is one of the reasons Rogers was so particular about the writing on his show. "l spent
 hours talking with Fred and taking notes," says Greenwald, "then hours talking with Margaret
 McFarland before l went off and wrote the scripts. Then Fred made them better." As simple
 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood looked and sounded, every detail in it was the product of a
 tremendously careful, academically-informed process
 Source: favedump
 46,187 notes Jun 12th, 2018