SO I’M AT SEPHORA RIGHT AND I FORGOT THAT MY RINGTONE IS ERIC’S LINES IN HITMEN FOR HIRE AND MY PHONE RANG AND THE WHOLE FUCKING STORE WENT SILENT AND ALL YOU COULD HEAR WAS MY PHONE SCREAMING “I’M GONNA PULL OUT A GODDAMN SHOTGUN AND BLOW YOUR DAMN HEAD OFF”.
But I got the Too Faced Peach Palette in case you were wondering
Filmmaker Michael Moore sets out to explore the reason(s) behind the massacre of 12 students and a teacher at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999. He documents how two students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, easily acquired four pieces of firearms, despite of having a history of arrests, juvenile detention, counseling sessions, and drug dependencies. He documents how the U.S. has ended up as a country with the highest number of gun-related killings on Earth. With interviews with people like Charlton Heston, former President of the National Rifle Association, who lives in a fortified mansion, Moore shows how easy it is to acquire guns and munitions - with examples of a bank giving a free gun just for opening a bank account, and of one particular municipality that makes gun-ownership mandatory. Moore then links the involvement of the U.S. with tyrants and terrorists such as Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden for it’s own narrow gains - resulting in deaths of millions of civilians from 1953 through to 2001 - and it’s refusal to review and change it’s now notorious “Foreign Policy”.