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One week. Feels like forever. I’m here for a couple updates. I know these links aren’t clickable. Just type them out in your browser; they're easy to remember.
1.) If you need a (local) place to celebrate Chester, look to tiny.cc/lpmemorial and all the amazing fan sites I’ve previously mentioned.
2.) If you’re having suicidal thoughts, go to chester.linkinpark.com
3.) If you’re going to buy merch in honor of Chester, consider who the purchase benefits. Don’t give money to scumbag bootleggers and opportunists. Linkin Park official merchandise is at store.linkinpark.com
4.) If you want to donate in honor of Chester, do it at musicforrelief.org
5.) Brad, Joe, Rob, Dave, and I love you all very much. Thank you for respecting our privacy during this extremely difficult time. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
@chyumi . . .
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Some more stunning #flameinthemist art by the wondrous @onceinwonderland 😍😍😍 See me at a tour stop and take one home with you!! 🔥🌸 @penguinteen
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A 17-year-old Explorer Lieutenant from Egg Harbor Township Law Enforcement Explorer Post #94 shares personal experiences with his post to promote a better understanding of Islam and law enforcement. Watch the full segment by @kimberlykerr on SNJToday.com #southjerseynews #southjersey #explorer
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A soccer ball originally packed onto space shuttle Challenger in 1986 is now orbiting the Earth on board the International Space Station, 31 years later. The soccer ball was signed and presented to NASA astronaut Ellison Onizuka by soccer players -- including his daughter -- from Clear Lake High School, near NASA's Johnson Space Center. Onizuka was one of seven astronauts on board Challenger on Jan. 28, 1986, when it exploded shortly after liftoff. Following the accident, the ball was recovered and returned to the high school, where it has been on display for the past three decades. Its history had begun to fade into obscurity when Principal Karen Engle learned of its origin. Soon after, astronaut Shane Kimbrough, whose son attends Clear Lake High School, offered to carry up a memento on the school's behalf, and she had the idea to send the soccer ball into space. Kimbrough snapped this photo of the ball floating in front of the station's Cupola window in advance of Challenger anniversary and NASA's Day of Remembrance.
#nasa #soccer #challenger #space #outofthisworld