The adults/teachers who were victims of the Sandy Hook Massacre

(1) Nancy Laza

Adam Lanza’s mother, who he had shot dead while she slept before he committed the massacre at the elementary school.

(2) Anne Marie Murphy

Anne Marie Murphy, a 52-year-old mother of four, died while trying to protect one of her students, Dylan Hockley. She was a teaching assistant at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

(3) Rachel D'Avino

Rachel D'Avino, 29, was a teacher’s aide at Sandy Hook Elementary School, where she died trying to shield one of her students. Those who knew the Bethlehem, Conn., woman said she loved her job and adored working with children. She was working toward becoming a board-certified behavior analyst and wanted to work with children who had autism.

(4) Victoria Soto

First grade teacher Victoria “Vicki” Soto, pictured here, died while saving her students from shooter Adam Lanza’s deadly rampage, which left 28 dead in one of the worst mass shootings in American history.Victoria Soto used her body to shield her students from the maniacal gunman who staged a massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. on Dec. 14, 2012. “The family received information she was found shielding her students in a closet,” Soto’s cousin, Jim Wiltsie, told the Daily News. “She put herself between the gunman and her students.”

(5) Lauren Rousseau

Lauren Rousseau, 30, was one of the six teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary School shot by Lanza in one of the deadliest shootings in U.S. history. As investigators try to piece together the massacre, Newtown is hailing these teachers as heroes.

(6) School principal Dawn Hochsprung

School principal Dawn Hochsprung was among those slain at Sandy Hook Elementary on Dec. 14, 2012. Hochsprung, the school’s psychologist and vice principal were meeting with a parent when they stepped out into a hallway upon hearing a noise, a parent told CNN. The principal and psychologist were killed,
and the vice principal was wounded. Hochsprung, 47, was a mother of two daughters and three stepdaughters and a longtime teacher in the Danbury school district.

(7) School psychologist Mary Sherlach

Mary Sherlach, 56, school psychologist at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., was shot dead trying to save her students from gunman Adam Lanza. “She was always helpful, always upbeat,” said Sherlach’s son-in-law Eric Schwartz. “She was truly a nice woman, as kind as can be.” Sherlach worked at the school for two decades.

Hey remember that episode of Spongebob where Sandy sings about being homesick for Texas and Spongebob and Patrick overhear it and are worried that she’s going to leave Bikini Bottom so they have a Texas party at the Krusty Krab with all their friends, recreating things in Sandy’s song but they fuck it up like, pecan pie is just a can of peas shoved in a pie, barbeque is barbed wire in the shape of a Q, and the ten gallon hats are just plastic water jugs on their heads, and like…. Sandy just laughs so hard she breaks into tears, cause she sees what they’re trying to do for her to make her feel at home because they love her and don’t want her to leave…………… yo do you ever think about that goddamn episode


It’s finally here.


danger is our middle name!

(part two)


‘If the prospect of living in a world where trying to respect the basic rights of those around you and valuing each other simply because we exist are such daunting, impossible tasks that only a superhero born of royalty can address them, then what sort of world are we left with? And what sort of world do you want to live in?’ 

 WONDER WOMAN (vol. 2) #170