TO MANY LITTLE INNOCENT LIVES WERE TAKEN. THE NRA WILL HAVE TO PAY FOR THIS ONE

Jerry AdamsTO MANY LITTLE INNOCENT LIVES WERE TAKEN. THE NRA WILL HAVE TO PAY FOR THIS ONE.I think it’s ashamed as to what is going on in the United States today. All of this unnecessary shooting and killing. The shootings and killing of those innocent little children is heart breaking. How can anyone be so low as to do something like this. But stuff like this happens everyday. Think about the innocent children that are killed everyday in Chicago, La, and in other parts of the United States that are killed by gang members. In as as much as we don’t shade a tear for them, any senseless killing is senseless and all life is valuable. In this instance, 27 people were murdered by a sick 20 years who snuffed out 27 lives because he was upset with the world. My thing is, if you going to go postal on someone, and wanna kill a lot of people, why not join the military, or go fuck with someone who loves to shoot back.

Here in America we may not have the car bombings like they do in Afghanistan, or other parts of the Middle East, we have people who just walk in off the streets and take out innocent lives which is just as bad. I’m gonna have to agree with the president and the rest of the nation when we something has to be done about all these guns in the United States. I think after this the Second Amendment is going to be under fire, and the NRA will not have power over or say so in this one because to many 5 and 6 year old were killed.

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Jerry Adams: “Brown-eyed Country Soul” A mix of soul, country, and R&B, Jerry Adam’s music is singular among today’s vast music scene. Adams’ smooth personality is exemplified by his continually evolving sound with influences he attributes to The Temptations, Marvin Gay, and Otis Redding. He refers to his timbre as “brown-eyed country soul”. Growing up in Cleveland County, NC, Adams molded his voice while singing to himself in hot cotton fields and participating in local talent competitions. Many of his family members were in the entertainment industry themselves, and Adams says this played a big role in his attraction to the music business. His mother, Ruby Guyton Adams, sang in church choirs and his father Odell Adams, played a role in the gospel movement in the South. Adams himself now has eight children and holds tight to strong family values. In 2005 Adams quit his job as an independent paralegal to pursue his dream as a performer. After frequently performing at school functions through elementary and high school, and occasionally singing at night clubs – “when his mama gave me permission”, laughs Adams- the singer/songwriter tapered off his musical endeavors. During and after his time attending Gardner-Webb University, Adams made very few performances, but was eventually called back by the allure of the stage. He hopes to one day walk the red carpet at the Grammys, and sing with a few stars along the way. In May, Adams performed at the Evening Muse in Charlotte, NC and was asked by the crowd and venue owners to return in June as the headliner. Adams currently has three original tracks and one full length album released titled “Send a Letter”. He has performed several of his songs for “Cleveland County Idol Search” and is preparing for more performances in the future. On June 15th, Jerry was selected to perform at the 2013 Pop Rock Country Extravaganza in Charlotte, NC. In regards to his accomplishments, Adams laughs and says, “I just sing”.
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