Chronologically, Entry 60 marked Jay’s first known encounter with the Operator in more than a year and a half. Entry 52 took place on November 22, 2010, the night before Entry 27 was uploaded; Entry 60 was uploaded on June 30, 2012.
An infantryman with 1st Battalion, 17th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, provides security from the rear hatch of his Stryker vehicle during Operation Buffalo Thunder II in the district of Shorabak, Afghanistan, June 30, 2012.
Y100 Interview - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - 1 July 2012 (5:10-5:30)
On June 23, 2012, we first saw that Harry got “Hi” tattooed on his inner tricep.
The “hi” tattoo appears to be in Louis’ handwriting. Just days after the tattoo appeared, Louis appeared very interested in a radio host’s tattoo, asking twice if it was in her handwriting. The interview took place in Tampa on June 29.
Harry: “what does this say?”. Boring stuff about this girl’s tattooed arm. Louis: “did you write it yourself?”. Everyone: “…”. Louis: “is that your handwriting?”.
In Miami, on July 1st, Harry revealed it said “Hi” but was very coy about it. Liam then declared it his favorite tattoo (out of 4 at the time, but it counts god damn it) and looked right at Louis.
This is officer Bernard Turley of the Chicago Police Department. Turley was repeatedly harassed, beaten and regularly victimized by other members of his department simply because their narrow-minded bigotry couldn’t and wouldn’t allow for Turley’s lifestyle. He loved Magic the Gathering and competed frequently in tournaments, occasionally coming in 7th or higher. On June 30, 2012, he was shot while out on patrol by one of his own men who later said a criminal had taken his gun. Let this be a reminder to us all that people can love whatever they choose to love. Don’t let them silence Bernard Turley. Share and remember a hero who stood up for his passion and wasn’t afraid to believe in Magic.