Stop for a second.

Stop scrolling through all the CACW posts and freaking out. Stop watching that 30 second video over and over and over again. Stop your furious blogging and take a breath.

Here are some hugs, for everyone in the fandom.

S TO EVERY SINGLE ONE OF YOU. No matter what “side” you’re on.

Ok, you can go back to freaking out now

The deaths of all 15 victims from Columbine

All information was taken from the official autopsy reports and summaries for every death involving the Columbine massacre.

Rachel Scott:

Rachel was shot 4 times by Eric to the left temple, chest, arm and thigh.

She died instantly because of the gunshot wound to head.

Daniel Rohrbough:

Dan was shot 3 times by Dylan to the chest, abdomen and knee.

Death was due to exsanguination from injuries involving the chest. Died within 5 minutes.

Kyle Velasquez:

Kyle was shot multiple times by Dylan to the head, left shoulder, and also with three to the back.

His death was due to shotgun wounds to head and upper back.  Died instantly.

Steve Curnow:

Steve was shot once by Eric to the neck.

He died because of the single gunshot wound to the neck. Died within 7 minutes.

Cassie Bernall:

Cassie was shot twice by Eric, one to her right temple and one to her hand (finger).

Her death was due to the shotgun wound to the head. Died instantly.

Isaiah Shoels:

Isaiah was shot twice by Eric to his left arm and chest.

Death is due to shotgun wound to the chest. Died within 2 minutes.

Matt Kechter:

Matt was killed by Dylan with one shot to his chest.

Died from the shotgun wound to the chest. Died approximately within 3 minutes.

Lauren Townsend:

Lauren was killed by Dylan and shot around 9 times, with some shots to her lower chest, left back, right ear, right thigh, right arm, and left hip.

Died because of all multiple fatal shots. Died within 2 minutes.

John Tomlin:

John was shot by both Eric and Dylan. Eric shot John in the chest, but Dylan shot him in the head and back.

His death was due to multiple gunshots, but fatally killed by Dylan by head. He died almost instantly.

Kelly Fleming:

Kelly was shot by Eric to the lower back.

Died from her single wound to the back. Died within 3-5 minutes.

Daniel Mauser:

Daniel was shot by Eric twice, once to the nose, once to the finger, and a graze to scalp.

Death is due to a fractured neck with spinal cord injury because of the shot to the nose. Died within three minutes.

Corey DePooter:

Corey was shot by Dylan 7 times, with some shots to the neck, chest, right back and left arm.

Death was due to multiple consecutive shots. Died instantly.

Eric Harris:

Eric died from self-inflicted gunshot wounds to the roof of his mouth. Death was instant.

Dylan Klebold:

Dylan also died from self-inflicted gunshot wounds but to his left temple. He died approximately five minutes after.

Dave Sanders:

Dave was shot 3 times by Eric to the neck, right upper back, and chest.

His death was due to exsanguination from gunshots wounds to neck, head and back. He died over 3 hours later.

You can view all of the other released autopsy reports here


That’s a very stupid thing Steve smh

Oscars® producers David Hill and Reginald Hudlin announced today the second slate of presenters for the 88th Oscars telecast. The Oscars, hosted by Chris Rock, will air live Oscar® Sunday, February 28, on ABC.

The presenters, including Oscar winners and nominees, are:

    Steve Carell

    Priyanka Chopra

    Quincy Jones

    Byung-hun Lee

    Jared Leto

    Julianne Moore

    Olivia Munn

    Margot Robbie

    Jason Segel

    Andy Serkis

    J.K. Simmons

    Kerry Washington

    Reese Witherspoon

“These artists have enriched the international moviegoing experience with a range of memorable work from the comic to the profound,” Hudlin and Hill said. “In the process, they have won over millions of fans, and we count ourselves among them.”

The 88th Oscars will be held on Sunday, February 28, at the Dolby Theatre® at Hollywood & Highland Center® in Hollywood, and will be televised live by the ABC Television Network at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. The Oscar presentation also will be televised live in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide.

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