omg (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
this is real sick, and sad, and propably stupid
zomg (17 Dec, 2012)
but no surprising at all anymore, really
Falvio (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
@OMG...well just really stupid...
twitbit (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
pathetic, insensitive dweebs
Wowee! (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
Look at what some idiot parents have raised. Lets just hope these twits don't have to go through what those kids did.
Enter 876 here: (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
How about a compromise and have a mass shooting at an Ellen episode when Justin Bieber is visiting?
876 Entered (17 Dec, 2012)
I second that motion.
Bobby (17 Dec, 2012)
you got my vote pal
J. Smithlao (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
What a bunch of retarded "people"!
To Be Fair (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
I hate to defend a Justice Beaver fan, but with our 24 hour news cycle, how much new information did they add during that hour? Mostly, it is just reporters saying the same stuff over and over again without adding anything new. Interviewing anyone they can find to get their meaningless opinions on the same tiny information, etc.
Read about it on the web for 10 minutes and get all the information they have... No need to take over all the TV stations for hours and hours. The younger you are, the less patience you have for in-efficient network news distribution.
How low is your IQ? (17 Dec, 2012)
It was a national tragedy that people heard about at very different times. Don't you think every child brutally murdered deserves more time and respect than some "teen idol" that everyone is going to forget about till the day he dies?
To Be Fair (17 Dec, 2012)
If only it were about "respect" instead of reporters and networks trying to get a bigger piece of the air time...
I'll second that (17 Dec, 2012)
Yes, it's important, but the media ****** are just flogging the crap outta this story. Wow, wonder if there might be some copy cats out there looking at all the attention the killer is getting. 15 minutes of fame here I come!
winterhog (18 Dec, 2012)
Almost as genuine as $3 bill.
Let's watch that again (18 Dec, 2012)
Logical that every tragedy must be repeatedly shown. Otherwise it would become an annoying blur that everybody wants to get rid of. Until next one to come by.
Bubba Gump (18 Dec, 2012)
The news has to constantly reinforce the chosen narrative so that the brain washing sinks in. Avoid TV and stick with web for news.
Chase Nickels (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
i intently dislike silly and simple Bieber fans
The Lone Wonderer (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
And THIS is my problem with modern times. And 'social' media. And kids.
JB (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
Yes Sami McGraw, you are beyond sad
Moojudnoo (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
Damn, ppl are sick..
amazed (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
it's amazing that people are so sick that they care more about Justin then about young children loosing their life. Those children never got the chance to live their lifes.
Name (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
so the kid shoot ppl. so we couldn't wach Bieber....
finaly somting good abouth this shooting.
:-( (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
I am sure this is the same crowd that wished their favorite "raper" a happy birthday a couple of weeks ago.
Fair enough (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
timmy (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
I'm with the bieber twits on this one, if the bloodsucking vultures in the media weren't so obsessed with making these homicidal idiots famous I bet there's be a lot fewer of them getting the urge to slay innocents so they can "go down in history". Justin Bieber and his moronic fans are right, stop promoting EVIL every possible second you can get away with it you media ******.
facepalm (17 Dec, 2012) Reply
Behold people! The retarded people from today's generation.
Loch Ness (18 Dec, 2012) Reply
Between a singet who will likely make music till the day he dies and a bunch of 20 innocent kids who were murdered, I can't believe there are these worshippers who will rather whine about missing their fav idol on tv than being more sensible to the parents who lost their kids. The worst part is, these teens will grow up someday and be eligible to vote in election.
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lifestooshort (18 Dec, 2012) Reply
This is sad to see that people would rather see that stupid little girl on the Ellen show then come together an mourn the loss of those innocent lives. I hope you feel real good about the fact that you care more about someone who sounds like his balls are in a vice script everytime he sings then the fact that our society sucks.
CJ (18 Dec, 2012) Reply
Anyone surprised? Parents are F-tards today
Apples over Oranges (18 Dec, 2012) Reply
sigh....Republican voter gene pool....
derp libtard (19 Dec, 2012)
gun free zone = target rich enviroment
Nerdygirl (19 Dec, 2012) Reply
Wow... I guess someone could just go walk up to the shooter and say oh could you do it tomorrow I gotta watch Justin Beiber tonight. IF THAT WAS POSSIBLE THEN WE WOULD'VE PERVENTED IT RIGHT?!?!
Justin Bieber (19 Dec, 2012) Reply
Justin Bieber fans > Adam Lanza
...but not by much
Still Waiting (20 Dec, 2012) Reply
Where's the punchline?
Larissa (20 Dec, 2012) Reply
Wow this is sooooooo sad, children lost their lives in a brutal horrific way & you guy's are worried about Ellen & Justin Bieber. There are so many families suffering & in pain beyond belief because they have lost a child or fam member in such a terrible way . It's DISGUSTING that Ellen & Justin Bieber are even on your mind's through all this. You all should b ashamed of yourselves . #Disgrace 2 the human race.
trollort (20 Dec, 2012) Reply
Why that shooter killed those innocent kids, he could make a fine list of people to terminate right up there.
Captain Obvious (20 Dec, 2012) Reply
Most of these tweets are people calling put Bieber fans who complained about missing the show. Faith in humanity: Intact.
I'll b nicer if u b smarter (22 Dec, 2012) Reply
You guys are sick. 30 people just died and 25 of them are kids. **** you.
RollnTroll (25 Dec, 2012) Reply
im coming after this whole list
Wow (23 Aug, 2013) Reply
These people are so stupid its unbelievable i want to shoot myself in the face just reading it