What Your Laptop Stickers Really Say About You

What Your Laptop Stickers Really Say About You

Your stickers 100 percent describe your personality.
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A rising trend has been collecting stickers. You can learn a lot about a person from the stickers on their laptop, and the way they depict their personality is 100 percent accurate. From some dank memes to classic TV shows, people choose to express themselves and show the world who they really are.

1. A Bernie Sanders sticker.


You're a politically active college student who's feeling "The Bern." You enjoy going to rallies and posting about Bernie on your Facebook wall. Calling Bernie by his first name, like you've been friends for years, is a habit by now. Your special talents include finding dank Bernie memes and sending the to your other politically active friends.

2. Any kind of Greek letters in a floral pattern.

You're obviously part of a sorority and rush week is totally your favorite week of the year. Wearing Lily Pulitzer is your main hobby and you exclusively date boys in frats like Theta Kai or Alpha Pi.

3. A funny, yet accurate sticker.

You like a sticker that hits close to home. Showing the world you have a great sense of humor, and your current financial situation, is what you look for in a sticker. You're down for a good time, but don't want to spend money to have that good time.

4. A "KALE" logo sticker.

You need to advertise to the world that you eat healthy. When you go out to eat you always get a salad, and people can often find you hanging out at a juice bar. Eating non-organic food is practically a deadly sin to you. Or you're a hipster.

5. A sticker having to do with your love of coffee.

You're hard working student who lives off of coffee. Do you get enough sleep? No. Do you live in the library? Yes. Staying up all hours of the night to finish that lab report or paper is practically a daily ritual for you. So, naturally, your best friend is a good cup of coffee in the morning. Dining hall coffee does not do it for you, and you either drink iced Dunkins everyday or are a card-holding member of Starbucks.

6. A sticker of lips.

You like to display that you're slightly promiscuous, but don't want to show it too much. The slightly sexual sticker is perfect for expressing your budding sexuality. It also makes you feel kind of badass to have a biting lip sticker.

7. A "too sassy" sticker.

You probably spend a lot of time on tumblr and want to show the word you're a sassy gal. Your blog has a witty URL and it is definitely aesthetically pleasing. Or you run a hippie tumblr blog, either one.

8. A "LIT" sticker.

Showing the world you party is a major priority. You like to party as hard as you work, or maybe party a little harder. Going to frat parties is a regular Saturday, or Thirsty Thursday, night activity for you.

9. The Vineyard Vines whale sticker.

You're a frat boy.

10. A "Harry Potter" related sticker.

You grew up with Harry, Ron, Hermione. You may, or may not, be still waiting on your Hogwarts acceptance letter. Plus, you're definitely not ready to face the real adult world without a little magic to help guide you. You also probably like Disney movies.

11. A feminist sticker.

You understand how important feminism is in our lives, and how we definitely still need it. But you also like to approach your problems with a bit of humor. One of your favorite hobbies is helping to educate those who do not understand the importance of intersectional feminism.

12. A hip band sticker.

You want to show the world that your have cool music taste and by extension are a cool person. You yearn to be a cool hipster but would never admit you want to be one. You may or may not listen to the band on your stickers.

13. A tree, mountain or nature sticker.

You know they call it the "great outdoors" for a reason. You like to spend morning taking hikes and watching sunrises and sunsets. Sometimes you ask your friends to join your hike, even though they like to sleep in. You also recycle and care about the environment more than any of your friends.

14. A sports sticker.


Your second home is the gym, or at least you want people to think it is. You work hard on your body and like to eat salads and protein. People who don't know how to properly use gym equipment make you roll your eyes to the back of your head.

15. A drugs sticker.

You like rhymes, puns and midnight McDonalds runs for some nugs. Although your stickers say not to do drugs, you still probably do some drugs.

16. A Bob's Burgers sticker.

You're a strong, sensual women who likes butts and comedic cartoons. Tina is probably your spirit animal and you want all your tax money to go towards producing more Bob's Burgers episodes.

17. A Kardashians sticker.

Owning a sticker having to do with any of the Kardashians means you like them, but only "ironically." You also probably bought the expensive Kylie Lip Kit.

18. An alien sticker.

You like looking at the stars and feeling ~existential~ at night. You have dyed hair and a pierced septum, which makes you "edgy."

19. An American flag sticker.

You're from the South, or at least wish you are. Posting Instagrams of you in camo, holding up a dead deer is a daily hobby of yours. We get it, you love America.

20. A TV-show sticker.

Whether your sticker references "The Office," "Friends," "Grey's Anatomy," "Game of Thrones," "New Girl," "Parks and Rec" or "Gilmore Girls," this is your classic conversation starter. You like to advertise you watch funny TV shows and may or may not be a funny person too.

21. A classic emoji sticker.

Do you use actual words to have conversations? Nope. Either you just love emojis, or you have an android and can't use real emojis.

22. A funny childhood movie or TV-show sticker.

You live vicariously through your childhood and wish you could go back to the early 2000s. You also like dank memes and keeping things relevant. And you may or may not still have a secret crush on Zac Efron.

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10 Deadliest School Shootings in U.S. History

These are ten of the most savage attacks on American innocence.
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School shootings in America trace back as early as the Settlers and Indians .

Over the years, attacks on schools have gotten progressively more brutal, senseless and deadly. Motives behind such occurrences are often blamed on social cliques and bullying or the perpetrators often suffer from mental illnesses or addiction.

Here are the 10 deadliest school shootings in American history:

10. West Nickel Mines Shooting

On October 2, 2006, milk-tank truck driver Charles Carl Roberts opened fire on a small Amish schoolhouse in Bart Township, Pennsylvania. Prior to going to the school, Roberts left a suicide note at home for his wife and children.

Roberts entered the one-room schoolhouse and ordered all the boys to leave, as well as one pregnant woman and three parents with infants. He ordered the remaining ten girls against the wall and held them hostage.

Sisters Mariah and Barbara Fisher, ages 13 and 11, courageously asked to be shot first in exchange for the lives of the other young girls; some were as young as six years old. Roberts killed Mariah and wounded Barbara. In addition, he shot eight out of the 10 girls, killing five of them.

9. Oikos University Shooting

43-year-old One L. Goh committed Oakland, California's deadliest mass killing on April 2, 2012, at the Korean Christian college Oikos University. Witnesses testify Goh stood up in his nursing class and ordered everyone against the wall at gun point.

One student recalls him yelling, "Get in line..I'm going to kill you all!" before firing. He killed seven people and wounded three others.

8. California State Fullerton Massacre

Custodian Edward Charles Allaway was reported as going "postal" on July 12, 1976 at California State University in Fullerton, California. The 37-year-old employee of the institute had a history of violence and mental illness, and was later diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic.

He was found insane by the judge of his trial for the murders. He called the police after killing seven people and wounding two others, and turned himself in. His motives behind the mass murder included him believing the university library was screening pornographic movies his wife was forced to appear in.

He is currently receiving medical treatment for his condition at the Patton State Hospital.

7. Red Lake Shootings

The Red Lake Indian Reservation in Red Lake, Minnesota will never quite be the same after events which occurred at the senior high school on March 21, 2005.

16-year-old Jeffrey Weise killed his grandfather (a tribal police officer) and his girlfriend. He then robbed his grandfather of police weapons and bullet proof vest, before ultimately driving to Red Lake Senior High School where he killed seven people and wounded five others.

Weise took a total of 10 lives that day, including himself. He committed suicide in a classroom after exchanging fire with police.

Witnesses reported Weise smiled while shooting his victims and questioned multiple students about their faith before firing.

6. Umpqua Community College Shooting

On October 1, 2015, 26-year-old Christopher Harper-Mercer committed the deadliest mass shooting in Oregon history. He killed nine people and injured seven others at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.

He spared one person in the classroom he opened fire in, only to deliver a message to the police for him. Mercer was described as "hate filled" by those who knew him. In addition, he identified himself as a White Supremacist, anti religious and suffered from long term mental health issues.

Some theories behind the mass shooting were Mercer falling below a C average, putting him at risk for suspension, as well as him not being able to pay the tuition bill due.

He ultimately committed suicide after the attack.

5. Enoch Brown School Massacre

The Enoch Brown School Massacre is one of the first documented school shootings in U.S. history. On July 26, 1794, four Lenape Indians entered a Settler's schoolhouse in Delaware where they massacred school master Enoch Brown and nine children; they were shot and scalped.

Two children survived the attack and four others were kidnapped and taken as prisoners. This event is considered one of the most notorious incidents of the Pontiac War.

4. Columbine High School Massacre

High school seniors Eric Harris, 18, and Dylan Klebold, 17, may have not committed the deadliest school shooting in the U.S., but their killing spree at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado is considered one of the most infamous attacks in history.

It sparked numerous debates, including gun control, anti-depressant drugs and the influence social cliques, violent video games and bullying have on the mental health of high school students.

Harris and Klebold spent countless hours preparing for the events on April 20, 1999, which were documented in their "Basement Tapes." The tapes contained footage of the two boys having target practice with illegally obtained firearms, as well as a suicide message and apology to their parents.

Their ultimate goal was to be responsible for more victims than the Oklahoma City bombing, an event the boys idolized. The morning of the shootings, Harris and Klebold encountered one of their few friends Brooks Brown in the school parking lot.

Brown was one of the few students the shooters considered a friend; they told him to leave campus immediately because "something bad was about to happen."

Reports claim the boys targeted jocks, taunted people for their belief in Christianity and made jokes with each other while they killed their peers. Harris and Klebold took the lives of 13 people and injured 24.

They committed suicide in the library together.

3. UT Tower Shooting

On August 1, 1966, former Marine sharp-shooter Charles Whitman unleashed havoc on the campus of University of Texas in Austin, Texas.

Whitman positioned himself on the observation deck at the very top of the U.T. Tower; it was the perfect place for a sniper to have his pick of targets, considering you could see the entire campus from his vantage point.

He killed 14 people and wounded 31 others. Prior to his attack on campus, Whitman killed his wife and mother.

Post autopsy, it was theorized that Whitman's behavior might have been caused by a tumor found in his brain. Doctors and psychologists attribute the tumor to his impulsive, irrational behavior and his lack of a conscience.

This theory was supported by records of Whitman seeking professional help prior to the shooting for "overwhelming, violent impulses" he felt he couldn't control.

2. Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting

20-year-old Adam Peter Lanza is responsible for arguably the most senseless and brutal attack on a school in U.S. history.

On December 14, 2012 Lanza shook the town of Newtown, Connecticut when he attacked Sandy Hook Elementary School. Lanza killed his mother, before entering the school where he killed 26 people and inured two others; the majority of his victims were children aging from five to 10 years old.

He committed suicide upon completion of the attack. This shooting in particular confused both the media and authorities, because Lanza never offered a motive or reasoning behind the murder of his mother nor the horrendous mass slaying of innocent children.

1. Virginia Tech Massacre


Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia came under attack on April 16, 2007. Senior student Seung-Hui Cho killed 32 people and injured 17 more in two attacks – one in a co-ed dormitory, the other in the Engineering, Science and Mechanics building.

He is noted as committing the deadliest attack on a school in U.S. history.

Cho was previously diagnosed with severe anxiety disorder; among the tapes he personally mailed to NBC news, Cho expressed his hatred for the wealthy, compared himself to Jesus Christ and explained that he was forced to commit the mass shooting due to voices in his head.

Virginia Tech has held the number one spot as deadliest school shooting for five years.

Holocaust survivor Liviu Librescu was a professor in the Engineering, Science and Mechanics department at the school, who was famously remembered for using his body as a barricade against the door during the attack; Librescu was killed during the attack but managed to hold the door closed long enough for all of his students to escape out the window.

Cho ultimately committed suicide following the shooting.

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We Need Diplomats Who Want A More Equitable World, Not The President's Son-In-Law

Jared and Ivanka are not elected officials, have no diplomatic experience, and certainly should not be dictating policy in the Middle East.
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Jared Kushner, a real-estate developer, and his wife, a designer and businesswomen who are now both Senior Advisors to the President, were all smiles at the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem. President Trump has repeatedly stated that Jared Kushner is the only person in the world that can bring peace to the Middle East. Reflecting back on this grotesque weekend in Gaza, he is the last person to bring peace in the Middle East.

Forty miles away from the new relocation of the U.S. Embassy, a massacre was happening. An estimated 58 Palestinians were killed, with the youngest victim being an eight-month-old, with approximately 2,700 injured, according to the Gaza Ministry of Health.

The tension and violence between Gaza and Israel is a familiar one, yet Monday was the deadliest day in Gaza since 2014. Social media was quick to point out the drastic images of Ivanka and Jared celebrating while miles away protesters were being killed. This immediately gained the attention of many politicians around the world, yet only three American politicians spoke out against the violence, most notably Senator Bernie Sanders.

The role of Ivanka and Jared, in attempting to bring "peace" was mocked on talk shows, and op-eds, and rightly so. Most notably, it was Michelle Goldberg's opinion piece for the New York Times titled "A Grotesque Spectacle in Jerusalem" that was talked about the most:

"The juxtaposition of images of dead and wounded Palestinians and Ivanka Trump smiling in Jerusalem like a Zionist Marie Antoinette tell us a lot about America’s relationship to Israel right now. It has never been closer, but within that closeness there are seeds of potential estrangement."

Opinions about Javanka's role didn't stop there: Stephen Colbert of "Late Night" characterized this all as a global mess, where "Now we’ve just got to destabilize Antarctica and we’ll have global crisis bingo,” joked Colbert.

This morning, on Wednesday, May 16th, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, walked out as soon as the Palestinian delegation spoke. Though I am only 19, I do know this about international politics: You have to listen to everyone, and give everyone an opportunity to speak. Peace will never happen if dirty politics is being played, and will definitely not happen if you are not listening to the other side.

Much of the world has condemned the killings in Gaza, yet the United States and Israel have not, and will not. It seems like every year occurrences such as these play out, but it is time for the international community to let Palestinians speak on behalf of Palestine, not Jared Kushner or Ivanka.

Jared and Ivanka are not elected officials, have no diplomatic experience, and certainly should not be dictating policy in the Middle East.

This past weekend clearly showed Jared's failure, and his disregards to the Palestinian people.

So, for the sake of world peace, let's have diplomats with the right education, and expertise, who wholeheartedly want a better, more equitable world where everyone is treated with dignity, respect, be the ones providing feedback and analysis of foreign policy, and not a real state developer who happens to be the President's son-in-law.

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