Grand-Reynolds

I was trying to go to bed but then this Carter Reynolds situation caught my attention. I decided read up on what is going on because I don’t really use social media like everyone else. Before today I had no idea who this kid was. 

But I am disgusted by what I am seeing. 

For one, wishing death to anyone is wrong. And I do not suppport or condone it. 

HOWEVER, This Carter kid tried to rape an underage girl on camrea. And is now trying to play the victim because he got caught.What disgust me more than this information is that people are defending his actions saying “People make mistake. We should forgive him” BUT THEN TWEETING THE YOUNG WOMEN (I think her name is Maggie?) the actual Victim stating they hate her and telling her to kill herslef

Practice what you preach. 

Now lets move on to his tweets 

He said and I quote “unnecessary hate i get”

Which goes to show, he believes he did nothing wrong. He thinks what he did is ok. 

And yet people (mostly young girls) are sticking up for him. Saying it wasn’t rape. (And I have quotes and have seen tweets of this) This is a great example of society showing its colors once more. As I always say WE ARE SOCIETY. 

But you guys want to know what really angers me. Is I am just hearing about this story. When Ariana Grande licked a doughnut it was all over the news, you couldn’t go online without seeing that stupidness. But he commits a crime, with EVIDENCE and it flies under the radar and why?

Mhmm. Just going to let you all think about that.

-This has been a rant by John. Carry on.

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How are people so blindly obsessed with dumb fucks like carter Reynolds, Ariana grande, Nash Grier, Justin bitchass, 5sos, etc.

let the “stfu hater” comments flood my way :)

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Goody Grace - Infinite

anonymous asked:

(TIARA REYNOLDS) SURE DOES LOOK LIKE (ARIANA GRANDE), DON’T THEY? EXCEPT THEY’RE ONLY A (SENIOR) AT OAKLAND HIGH, WHICH MAKES THEM (18). ALTHOUGH I GUESS THEY ENJOY THEMSELVES, SINCE THEY’RE IN (CHEERLEADING & DANCE). I HEAR THEY’RE (BUBBLY), BUT ALSO PRETTY (BOSSY). (KELSIE/ESR/SHE/HER)

ariana grande is now tiara reynolds! please have your account in within 16 hours.

Royal treatment: Buckingham Palace opens doors to state banquets

LONDON (Reuters) - Ever wondered what it must be like to dine with royals, presidents and prime ministers?
Britain’s Buckingham Palace opens its doors again this summer, inviting the public to get a glimpse of the work that goes behind hosting a state banquet.
Following in the footsteps of statesmen from around the world, royal fans can enter the London palace through the grand entrance, where the Australian state coach used in the state visit processions is on display.
Up the staircase and into the opulent ballroom, visitors can see the dressed table for a state banquet, laid out with royal tableware and centerpieces.
“Visitors for the first time this year get to walk through the grand entrance,” Anna Reynolds, curator for the Royal Collection Trust, told Reuters.
“Just as popes and presidents, astronauts, footballers, invited guests of the queen and other members of the royal family have done over the queen’s reign.”
The exhibit, “A Royal Welcome”, also showcases recreations of the kitchen, cellar and dresser’s workroom. Gowns worn by Queen Elizabeth for such banquets are also on display as are gifts from visiting statesmen.
“We often get questions from the public about: Where are the cellars? Where is the wine kept? Where are the queen’s hats kept? What happens behind the scenes?,” Reynolds said.
“We felt there was a real public interest in showing what we are showing in this display this year.”
Buckingham Palace first opened its doors to the public in 1993 and the summer exhibition last year drew around 500,000 visitors.
The queen may have to move out of the 300-year old building under renovation plans being considered. A royal source said last month Buckingham palace needs around 150 million pounds ($232 million) worth of repairs, including fixing the roofs and replacing old wiring.

(Reporting By Alex Fraser and Marie-Louise Gumuchian; Editing by Tom Heneghan)