Friday, July 8, 2016

22a #22kills

An 'evil' woman, named Kimberly Long, challenged me to expose the fact that, on average, 22 U.S. Veterans commit suicide each day.

"22 Kill Challenge", which is designed to bring awareness to the unacceptable fact that 22 veterans a day are lost to suicide. Several have noted that this number seems very high, and it is. The 22 comes from a 2013 VA study on suicide rates among veterans- ranging in age from 22 to 60.

The Veterans Crisis Line is a great resource to help prevent suicides of our military people, 1-800-273-8255, press 1! If and when you choose to accept this challenge, post a video of 22 push-ups a day and nominate someone each day for 22 days. ‪#22Kill

When someone good, who also happens to be the wife of my football buddy, Brett "Viking" Ullman, throws down such a challenge, knowing full well the risks and the consequences, I must accept, even if it kills me.
I therefore nominate my first "KILL" to be JP Gonzales. Because I know he's against all government violence, may he rest in peaces.

This video was uploaded from an Android phone.

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