30 Rock is planning a Law and Order: SVU cross over! It doesn’t look like a huge part but some of the SVU characters will be stopping by 30 Rock. MV posted three videos (under the cut) of behind the scene footage. No word on when the episode will air or what exactly will be going down, but meanwhile rejoice SVU fans and speculate away!
To clarify, I don’t dislike any bands or any promoters of the Fredonia area. They’ve all been sweethearts always. But god have mercy on the students of Fredonia. How anyone can spend 4 years residing in that shit hole is astounding.
I also forgot frat dudes existed. I was amazed that I could still stand outside, get shoulder shot, and hear “that’s a nice jacket, faggot.” from a dude half my age. Jokes on him. I love my jacket! Also, you’re 18. That’s so fucking weird.
this guy is right. but i still wouldn’t trade my four years in Fredonia for anything in the world.
“I decided that it is about just doing what you want, while you have gallons of mohawks and leather jackets telling you that they do what they want, I don’t believe them; I respect the person that says, “I don’t care for that” because there is no extreme, it’s pure sincerity. Punk is doing what you want despite the infiltrators, outside of the skateboards and shoes and hair and patches and the diets and the tattoos. I am Devon and I have 5 close friends, the rest of the world is divided into the helpers and the clueless.”—
The event was very informal: Gifford had set up a table outside the Safeway and about 20-30 people were gathered to talk to her. The gunman, who may have come from inside the Safeway, walked up and shot Gifford in the head first. According to Rayle, who is a former ER doctor, Gifford was able to move her hands after being shot.
After shooting Gifford, the gunman opened fire indiscriminately for a few seconds, hitting a number of people, including a kid no older than 10 years old. Rayle hid behind a concrete pole and pretended to be dead. When the gunman apparently ran out of ammunition he attempted to flee, but a member of Gifford’s staff tackled him. The Rayle helped hold him down while waiting for the sheriff to arrive, about 15-or 20 minutes later. 30 minutes later the EMS came. Rayle said he was “stunned” by how long it took medical help to arrive.
The man was young, mid-to-late 20s, white clean-shaven with short hair and wearing dark clothing and said nothing during the shooting or while being held down. He didn’t look like a businessman, but more of a “fringe character,” our source said.