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  1. 2 points
    I just watched the first three-four episodes The beginning of it had me a little worried, the show's protagonist comes off a bit like Jessie Eisenberg portraying Mark Zukerberg in an FBI suit and it is much more of a set-up to establish this 1970's landscape, luckily things pick up in Ep2 and had me hooked 'til the wee hours of the morning. Definitely recommended!
  2. 2 points
    I keep telling myself and my family I have a lot of living to do, I feel I have so much to see and do still.
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    Libby

    Happy Birthday Libby!

    Thanks Walkabout. I had brunch with my daughter this morning, which was really good. Family lunch next Sunday. (My mood is improving, thanks to anti-anxiety meds I've started taking. Thanks for asking.)
  4. 2 points
    Earthnut-- Healing energy has been sent -- whoosh!! We're all wishing for a positive outcome for our friend Joe.
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    Really appreciate the video Joe, thanks for posting it. So glad to read that things are improving. Love and huggers.
  6. 1 point
    CharlieD

    Welcome to CharlieD

    Wow, thank you everyone : D I am a bit shy, indeed, but I'll do my best to participate. I was quite surprised and pleased to find a Millennium community still alive !
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    Hi all. Something of interest to fellow group members, an upcoming Netflix series adapting of John Douglas‘ 1996 nonfiction novel, “Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit,” which is based on Douglas’ work as an FBI profiler tracking down serial killers. Also one of the source book inspirations for the writers on Millennium. http://www.slashfilm.com/mindhunter-teaser-trailer-david-finchers-new-netflix-series/
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    Absolutely tragic and heartbreaking, to see all those faces in the photos but of course far more so for the families, friends and communities who will be affected for the rest of their lives. As always following the horrible events, an awful lot of questions to be answered, and some long hard looks at why their isn't more appropriate regulation in this modern world. I'm really hoping that out of this there is some real progress this time, common ground found between the opponents and proponents, and it doesn't lose momentum.
  9. 1 point
    BEER-----> Me too (3 episodes). Above average. Watch it in 'Sequence'. BELCH
  10. 1 point
    Earthnut

    Welcome RogueVH!

    Welcome to our home away from home.
  11. 1 point
    Walkabout

    Welcome RogueVH!

    welcome to the TIWWA family / don't be shy and questions and someone will be able to help you
  12. 1 point
    That IS wonderful news! (It's helpful having the FB posts digested here since I don't use that platform at all.) If you're out there, Joe, stay positive!
  13. 1 point
    The biggest problem I see, besides Lance's age, is, nowadays there are so many shows about FBI agents, profiling, special ops, etc. MLM would have to be exceptional to be popular. And, there are so many people that have never watched the series and know nothing about it, so it would be interesting to see how they introduce Frank. Even if it's just a TV movie, we will joyfully take it.
  14. 1 point
    Glad to hear all is well with you Mr. Belch. I was raised in the San Fernando Valley, and familiar with the state. There are heart-wrenching disasters everywhere it seems like, especially in the U S, and of course the Caribbean. Then there's all the shootings and bombs all over the world.
  15. 1 point
    Walkabout--Thanks for your updates
  16. 1 point
    BEER-----> Yes, we here in California are getting hit pretty hard by fires. The one up in wine county (just above San Francisco) is the worst with lost life. Down here in Orange County (my county) there have been many homes destroyed. To date these fires are still burning. BELCH
  17. 1 point
    Earthnut

    Happy Birthday Libby!

    My new grandson is going on 6 months this month...the time sure does fly by. Love and huggers always and forever.
  18. 1 point
    Libby

    Happy Birthday Libby!

    Thanks, Beer. Yes, I'm hoping for many more, just for the sheer delight in seeing my grandson grow and develop. He'll be 4 years old soon.
  19. 1 point
    Libby

    Happy Birthday Libby!

    Of course I'd pick you, Earthnut! Thanks for the love and huggers - always makes me feel better.
  20. 1 point
    beerbelch

    Happy Birthday Libby!

    BEER------> Yes, Happy Birthday and many more. BELCH
  21. 1 point
    Earthnut

    Snow Files of the Week

    Wow, that was intense, and then poof, a little eerie and then ending soft.
  22. 1 point
    I wish Chris and his associates would hurry because Lance isn't getting any younger.
  23. 1 point
    Libby

    High Plains Drifter, Joseph McBrayer

    Sending my best wishes to Joe and family from across the pond.
  24. 1 point
    Libby

    Happy Birthday Libby!

    Thank you Graham! But five? Only FIVE?! Wait a minute. Five is 101 in binary. So I can invite a hundred and one members to my tea party. Much better. (Bit squashed, though.)
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    Walkabout

    Happy Birthday Libby!

    hope your feeling better and have a special day !
  27. 1 point
    Joe is holding his own and even having some better days. all this positive energy is working so keep it up ! * healing and positive energy sent *
  28. 1 point
    The Old Man

    Snow Files of the Week

    Loved that episode, thanks Alex!
  29. 1 point
    Earthnut

    High Plains Drifter, Joseph McBrayer

    Thanks Gotham Gal, but Walkabout is the one posting the updates. I just started the thread. I know all our hearts are reaching out to Joe with love and healing.
  30. 1 point
    Libby

    Support for Graham

    Graham has announced in his status that he's been made redundant from his job. Being made redundant isn’t easy. I think it’s about the connotations of the word. But Graham isn’t redundant/not needed, it’s the organisation that’s failed in some way. So, can we all show support for Graham, because he’s certainly needed here. And maybe donate a dollar or two for the cost of hosting our community here?
  31. 1 point
    Earthnut

    Support for Graham

    Graham, know that you are always in my heart and prayers. Love and huggers
  32. 1 point
    Walkabout

    Support for Graham

    * positive energy sent * keep us up to date
  33. 1 point
    Joe has moved on to his third treatment . please keep sending healing energy to him
  34. 1 point
    Fabulous news, well done Joe!
  35. 1 point
    great news : Joe is well enough to go home . lets all continue to send him positive healing energy !
  36. 1 point
    Earthnut

    Snow Files of the Week

    The set sure is rare, and I for one would love to find my own copy. I've downloaded "Les Herbes Folles," but haven't found "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet." Music is somewhat haunting...love it. Thanks Alex.
  37. 1 point
    Per IMDb, there are 10 episodes in season 1, scheduled to premiere on Oct 13. Cast ~ Jonathan Groff as Holden Ford, a special agent in the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit; based on John E. Douglas Holt McCallany as Bill Tench, a special agent in the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit; based on Robert K. Ressler Anna Torv as Wendy, a psychologist; based on Dr. Ann Wolbert Burgess Hannah Gross as Debbie Cotter Smith as Shepard, unit chief of the FBI National Training Academy The series will be set in 1979 and will revolve around two FBI agents, played by Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany, who interview imprisoned serial killers in order to understand how such criminals think, and apply it to solving ongoing cases. (Read where Charlize Theron and David Fincher had introduced the project to HBO in 2009. Another video on YT)
  38. 1 point
    Earthnut

    Snow Files of the Week

    Back to MLM music, thank you Alex. I have both volumes and proud to say so. Really needed to hear some MLM music again. Been busy listening to vocalists lately, and it's time for more instrumental, which I prefer most of the time anyway. It's less distracting, and I can listen to Mark all day.
  39. 1 point
    That is great news for Joe and his family, thanks for the update!
  40. 1 point
    thanks for posting Joe. all of us here are sending healing and love to you !
  41. 1 point
    Looks good, and wonder if it's going to be as good as MLM. Here's the YouTube link ~
  42. 1 point

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    Jack Burns sent this beautiful spinning Millennium Ouroboros screensaver in on 16.01.02. I particularly like this one as it depicts the Ouroboros rotating on it's vertical plane (I think I got that right!). The Ouroboros is in the form of an .avi file which you can view independently. Thank you Jack for sending this in. Requirements: Windows 98SE/Windows XP. Installation: The download contains all the files in one archive. It includes the original readme.txt, zipped Avi Screen Saver Player and the actual zipped Ouroboros.avi file. Tip: You can also view the .avi file in Windows Media Player in Full Screen Mode.
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    The link is to a video with their names and images and only with background music. http://videos.vidible.tv/prod/2017-10/06/59d7a6b7e0fa170a91389ea9_568x320_v2.mp4?d-EJRKMtNm1yljB66Sgfe_chTBBF5d9Jtubjh0FRN6Xt_gjzuws3Y7Up3xpHMlKG The massacre in Las Vegas killed 58 people and wounded 489 who were crowded together into one field, but those deaths have been felt across the entire continent. The Clark County Coroner released the names of all 58 victims on Thursday. The list includes people from California to Massachusetts to the provinces of Canada. They range in age from 20 to 67. They were mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, grandparents and grandchildren. They worked in hospitals, police stations, schools, day cares, restaurants and fishing boats. They were at the Route 91 Harvest festival to celebrate birthdays, wedding anniversaries and a shared love of music. Here are all the victims of Sunday's shooting ~ Hannah Ahlers Age: 34 Heather Alvarado Heather Alvarado, 35, from Cedar City, Utah, was shot and killed while attending a country music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Courtesy Cedar City Fire Department) Age: 35 City: Cedar City, Utah When news spread that a shooting was underway at the music festival, the Cedar City (Utah) Fire Department immediately sent crews to the home of Albert Alvarado, a seven-year member of the department. They knew his wife was at the show. Soon, news came that she was dead. Heather Alvarado ran an in-home day care center and worked with the department's Ladies Auxiliary. The couple had three children who would come along when they went on cruises together. "This is part of our family," Fire Chief Mike Phillips said. "There's no question that we are going to feel the soreness and loss from this senseless act of violence from this coward for years to come." Dorene Anderson Dorene Anderson of Anchorage, Alaska, was shot and killed during a country music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Courtesy Alaska Housing Finance Corporation) Age: 49 City: Anchorage, Alaska Anderson was at the concert with her husband when the shooting broke out. And now, their family is trying to recover from her loss. The Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, where her husband, John, is employed, issued a statement from the family. "She...was the most amazing wife, mother and person this world ever had," the statement read. "We are so grateful and lucky for the time that we did have with her. "We are greatly appreciative and want to thank everyone for the thoughts and prayers you have been sending us." Carrie Barnette Carrie Barnette, 34, from Riverside, Calif., was killed during a country music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Courtesy of Janice Chambers) Age: 34 City: Riverside, Calif. Barnette bought a home in Riverside, Calif., last year and was working at the Pacific Wharf Café, a waterfront restaurant in the Disneyland companion park California Adventure. Friends and family described her as an upbeat, happy, animal-loving spirit who owned a basset hound and enjoyed country music. On Sunday, she took a bullet to the left side of her chest and died with a friend by her side, according to her cousin, Janice Chambers. Disney CEO Robert Iger, wrote, "We mourn a wonderful member of the Disney family: Carrie Barnette. "Tragic." Jack Beaton Age: 54 City: Bakersfield, Calif. Beaton was celebrating his 23rd wedding anniversary with his wife, Laurie, when the gunfire started. He told his wife to get on the ground and draped his body over hers to protect her. He was hit. He was bleeding profusely. But he had just enough time to tell her he loved her. "I love you, too. I'll see you in heaven," Laurie responded, according to her father, Jerry Cook. The couple had two children. Cook said Jack's behavior that night was typical for the 54-year-old roofer — a hands-on guy who made friends easily and had the ability to draw out the best in everyone. "Him covering Laurie to protect her — that's Jack," he said. Steve Berger Steve Berger was one of 58 people killed by a gunman in the Las Vegas massacre on Sun. Oct. 1, 2017. Berger was in Las Vegas with his friends celebrating his 44th birthday. (Photo: Submitted) Age: 44 City: Minnesota Berger was celebrating his 44th birthday with a trip to Las Vegas when the shooting broke out. His sister, Christine Moore, said the family struggled to figure out if he was one of the hundreds who were shot. Two days after the shooting, they got the call. Friends of Berger said he was shot somewhere on his torso and they tried to resuscitate him. But the shooting intensified where they were, forcing them to flee the area. Moore described her brother as a fun-loving, hard-working father of three who was born and raised in Wauwatosa, Wisc. Berger was a financial adviser working in Wisconsin. Candice Bowers Age: 40 Denise Burditus Denise Burditus of Martinsburg, W.V., was killed in Las Vegas after a gunman opened fire on Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017, at a country music festival. (Photo: AP) Age: 50 City: Martinsburg, W.V. Tony Burditus knew he'd met his match way back in high school. In the decades since, he and Denise Burditus had two children and four grandchildren, with a fifth on the way. "In 32 years, it grew stronger every day," Tony Burditus told CNN. The couple was trying to escape the concert when she was struck. She went down immediately. Someone nearby helped mover her to a safer area, a nurse tried to help, and a stranger in a truck drove her to the hospital. But it was too late. Denise Burditus has spent her career in banking. Last year she decided to go back to school. Her husband said she spent all her free time studying, but still made time for their annual, month-long summer trip with the grandhilcdren — who called her "G-Ma" — and always kept her outgoing spirit. "Denise always had a smile on her face," he told CNN. "Denise never met a stranger." Sandra Casey Sandra Casey, a special education teacher at Manhattan Beach Middle School, was shot and killed during a country music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Courtesy of Manhattan Beach Unified School District) Age: 34 City: Redondo Beach, Calif. Teachers at Manhattan Beach (Calif.) Middle School started their day Monday delivering tragic news to their students: one of their own died in the Las Vegas shooting. Casey, a Vermont native who moved to California, was a special education teacher at the school for nine years. She was engaged to be married and attended the concert with her fiancee. "Her parents ask for prayers and privacy for her sisters, coworkers, students and large extended family," Casey's family said in a statement shared by her mother's cousin, Linda O'Leary. District superintendent Michael Matthews said "We lost a spectacular teacher who devoted her life to helping some of our most needy students." Andrea Lee Anna Castilla Age: 28 City: Orange, Calif. Denise Cohen Age: 58 City: Carpinteria, Calif. When Jeff Rees thinks of his mother, one thing keeps coming to mind: her laugh. "When she would take me to the movies as a kid, I was just waiting to hear her laugh because it would just crack me up," he said. The 58-year-old California woman was in the crowd with her boyfriend, Derrick "Bo" Taylor, when the shooting started. By the time it was over, both were dead. "I feel sorry for all of the people in the world who never got a chance to meet her," Rees said. Austin Davis Age: 29 City: Riverside, Calif. Davis was a pipefitter with UA Local 364 who “had a bright future in our union," another union member, Daniel Kirkconnell, said. "Austin was supposed to be home playing softball and he made a last-minute choice to stay in Vegas for a little longer." Aubree Hennigan wrote on Facebook that Davis was “the love of my life” and “I will love you until my dying day baby.” Thomas Day, Jr. Age: 54 City: Riverside, Calif. Christiana Duarte Christiana Duarte, 22, of Torrance, Calif., was shot and killed during a country music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Michael Duarte) Age: 22 City: Torrance, Calif. The 22-year-old was visiting Las Vegas with her parents, but went to the concert without them. Officials found her cell phone, they found her ID, but her family couldn't locate their daughter. Two days later, they got the word that she was among those who died. After graduating from the University of Arizona with a business degree, Duarte moved back home to California and had started working for the Los Angeles Kings. "She was incredibly driven, passionate about everyone and everything," said her friend, Maddie Noble. Stacee Etcheber Age: 50 City: Novato, Calif. As people around them started falling to the ground, Stacee Etcheber watched as her husband, an officer with the San Francisco Police Department, rushed to help them. Then they got separated. Then Etcheber got shot. Ever since, people throughout their hometown of Novato, Calif., have been mourningthe loss of Etcheber, a popular hair stylist and mother of two young children. An online fundraiser for her family had raised over $200,000 as of Thursday. "We're angry, devastated, frustrated," said Al Etcheber, Stacee's brother-in-law, during a new conference in Novato. Brian Fraser Age: 39 City: La Palma, Calif. Keri Galvan Age: 31 City: Thousand Oaks, Calif. A mother of three young children, Galvan, 31, attended the festival with her husband, Justin, and some friends as part of a weekend getaway. They were close to the stage when the shooting started. Galvan was struck in the head and her husband, a Marine who served in Iraq, tried to save her. "He gave her CPR, but she was already gone," said Galvan's sister, Lindsey Poole. Galvan was a server at Mastro's Steakhouse and had an uncanny ability to remember her customers' orders or their special occassion. "She's just constantly making sure everybody's OK," Poole said. Dana Gardner Dana Gardner, 52, of California, was one of the victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: San Bernardino County) Age: 52 City: Grand Terrace, Calif. After becoming one of the victims of the massacre in Las Vegas, the outpouring of support for the 52-year-old grandmother has taken on many forms. Bob Dutton, the San Bernardino County (Calif.) assessor-recorder and county clerk heaped praise on Gardner, a 26-year employee of the county. "Known for her 'can-do' attitude and vibrant energy, Dana will be dearly missed," he wrote in a statement. There was an online fundraiser started by her daughter, who attended the show with Gardner. And on Tuesday, her sisters visited United Blood Services in Las Vegas to thank donors in person for what they were doing for all those injured in the attack. "She was a wonderful woman," they told ABC7 News. "Most wonderful mother, grandmother, sister." Angela Gomez Age: 20 City: Riverside, Calif. Rocio Guillen Age: 40 City: Anaheim, Calif. Charleston Hartfield Charleston Hartfield, a Las Vegas police officer, was among those slain by the Las Vegas shooter. (Photo: Sgt. Walter Lowell/Nevada National Guard) Age: 34 City: Las Vegas On a trip to visit victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting, President Donald Trump honored Hartfield, a military veterans and Las Vegas police officer who was off duty at the concert but started escorting people out of the venue when the shooting began. "Officer Hartfield was a proud veteran, a devoted husband and loving father," Trump said. "His death is a tragic loss for this police force, for this city and for our great nation." Steve Grammas, president of the Las Vegas Police Protective Association, said he'd known Hartfield for seven years and that the officer liked to joke around with his colleagues. "People would say he was the funniest guy." Chris Hazencomb Chris Hazencomb (left) with his mother, Maryanne Hazencomb, in this family photo from the early 2000s. Chris Hazencomb was shot and killed during a country music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Family Handout) Age: 44 City: Camarillo, Calif. As the clock approached 11 a.m. on Monday morning, Maryanne Hazencomb stood in a Las Vegas hospital room and gave the order to disconnect the ventilator that was keeping her son alive. Chris Hazencomb had shielded his best friend's wife after the shooting started. The graduate of Thousand Oaks High School, a sports junkie and country music fan, soon became the 58th victim in the shooting. His final act, using his 6-foot-5 body to protect his friend's wife, perfectly summarized how he lived his life, his mother said. She called him a constant helper, whether that meant doing a dirty job none of his coworkers at the Walmart Neighborhood Market wanted to do, or rescuing a less than social cat from the neighbor's roof. "You don't expect your kid to go before you go," she said. "He was good to everybody. He'd go out on the limb for everybody." Jennifer Topaz Irvine Jennifer Irvine (front, pink shirt) was among the victims of the shooting Sunday in Las Vegas. (Photo: Kyle Kraska) Age: 42 City: San Diego As the music blared, Irvine was holding hands with her friends, singing and dancing along when the bullet struck her. Kyle Kraska, a longtime friend, said those final moments encapsulated who Irvine was, an outgoing, fun-loving soul who was always surrounded by friends. "She was an adventurous person, a very social, loving, caring, inclusive person," he said. Irvine, a graduate of California Western School of Law, opened her own family law and criminal defense firm in 2011 and was a television commentator on criminal trials. But she also led a busy life outside of work, earning a black belt in taekwondo, doing yoga and snowboarding. Before she died, Kraska said she already had her eyes set on her next challenge: skydiving. Teresa Kimura Age: 38 Jessica Klymchuk Age: 34 City: Valleyview, Alberta, Canada Carly Kreibaum Carly Kreibaum, 33, of Sutherland, Iowa, was among the 59 people who were killed during the deadly mass shooting at an outdoor concert in Las Vegas. (Photo: Special to The Register) Age: 33 City: Sutherland, Iowa The electronic welcome sign for tiny Sutherland, Iowa, scrolled a new, painful message Wednesday. “RIP Carly.” Kreibaum, 33, was remembered as a well-liked mother of two young children who married Chris Kreibaum. The couple lived on a farm. Residents of the small farming town were stunned that one of their own died in the Las Vegas massacre. “There’s 600 people in this town. And there were 22,000 people at that concert,” said Dan Wetherell, a local librarian and a cook at the Mugshots Bar & Grill. Rhonda LeRocque Rhonda LeRocque was killed in Las Vegas after a gunman opened fire on Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017, at a country music festival. (Photo: AP) Age: 42 City: Tewksbury, Mass. At first, Jason LeRocque thought his wife was ducking to avoid the gunfire. It turned out she was hit. Rhonda LeRocque was a devout Jehovah's Witness who met her husband at church and constantly volunteered for humanitarian missions, including rebuilding homes in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. “She prayed on everything,” her mother Priscilla Champagne told the Boston Globe. “Very God-oriented. I’m sure that Jehovah God is upset that one of his beautiful, beautiful people is no longer in this world.” The couple was on a family vacation with their 6-year-old son. After the country music festival, they were planning to go to Disneyland. Victor Link Age: 55 City: San Clemente, Calif. Jordan McIldoon Age: 23 City: Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada Kelsey Meadows Kelsey Meadows was one of the people killed in Las Vegas after a gunman opened fire at a country music festival. (Photo: Courtesy of Greg and Stacy Meadows via AP) Age: 28 City: Taft, Calif. Meadows was a substitute teacher at Taft Union High School in Taft, California, where she graduated in 2007. Taft Union High School principal Mary Alice Finn said she “was smart, compassionate and kind. She had a sweet spirit and a love for children.” The high school established a memorial scholarship fund in her honor. History Professor Lori Clune, who met Meadows during her time as a student at Fresno State University, said Meadows was "a gifted teacher who demonstrated a skill and passion for her chosen profession.” Calla-Marie Medig Canadian Calla Medig, 28, of Edmonton, Alberta, was a country music fan who traveled to Las Vegas for the Route 91 Harvest Festival. She was one of 58 people killed in the Oct. 1, 2017, mass shooting. (Photo: Scott Collingwood/Moxie’s Grill and Bar) Age: 28 City: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Growing up in the small Canadian town of Jasper, Alberta, Calla Medig loved her country music. She loved it so much she put a job promotion on hold so she could attend the Route 91 Harvest Festival concert in Las Vegas with her roommate. "She was promoted the day before she left for Vegas,” said Scott Collingwood, acting general manager at Moxie’s Grill and Bar in the West Edmonton Mall, where Medig worked. "She was well respected and well loved. When we announced she was to become a manager, people were hooting and hollering." James "Sonny" Melton Sonny Melton, with his wife, Heather, was one of the victims in the Las Vegas shooting that left more than 50 people dead on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Courtesy of Heather Gulish Melton) Age: 29 City: Big Sandy, Tenn. When the bullets started raining down on the crowd, Melton's first reaction was to protect his wife. "He saved my life," Heather Melton said. "He grabbed me from behind and started running when I felt him get shot in the back." Melton was a registered nurse at Henry County Medical Center in Paris, Tenn. His wife is an orthopedic surgeon there. The couple married in June 2016. Heather Melton wrote to USA TODAY, "I want everyone to know what a kind hearted loving man he was but at this point I can barely breathe." Patricia Mestas Age: 67 Austin Meyer Age: 24 City: Reno Adrian Murfitt Adrian Murfitt, 35, a commercial fisherman from Anchorage, seen here with his West Siberian Laika named Paxson, was one of the victims of the shooting in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Courtesy of Shannon Gothard) Age: 35 City: Anchorage For Adrian Murfitt, the country music festival was a group celebration after a successful fishing season off the Alaskan coast. His sister, Shannon Gothard, said Murfitt was every bit the Anchorage native — he played hockey "since he was just a little tot" and would spend months at sea as a commercial fisherman. Gothard said her brother was even talking about going in with a friend to buy their own boat. "He was my brother, so of course I thought he was an arrogant little cuss," she said, struggling to laugh. "But only I can say that cause he's my brother. He had this big, jovial, goofy laugh. He'd always try to do the right thing. He had a big heart." Rachael Parker Rachael Parker, a records technician at the Manhattan Beach (Calif.) Police Department, was shot and killed during a country music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Courtesy of Manhattan Beach Police Department) Age: 33 City: Manhattan Beach, Calif. The first person anybody walking into the Manhattan Beach (Calif.) Police Department saw was Rachael Parker, a civilian employee of the department who served as a records technician and the front desk clerk. "She was one of the faces of the department," said Kristie Colombo, the department's community affairs officer. "She was always funny and smart and bubbly and always had a smile on her face." Parker was attending the music festival with three other department employees. One of them was on off-duty police officer who was also shot, but Colombo said he was expected to recover. Jennifer Parks Jenny Parks, an energetic and passionate kindergarten teacher and mother of two from Califiornia, was killed in the Las Vegas shooting on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Westside Union School District) Age: 36 City: Lancaster, Calif. Jenny Parks, an energetic kindergarten teacher and mother of two, was in her third year of teaching at Anaverde Hills Elementary School in Palmdale, Calif. Parks was at the concert with her husband, who suffered injuries to his arm and hand. Parks didn’t make it. Those who knew her praised her passion and the energy she brought to the classroom. "She was so proud to be a teacher and her spirit was something to behold," school officials said in a statement. "The students who were instructed by her knew what it was to love learning as Jenny instilled in them a sense of wonder, curiosity and excitement. "She will be sorely missed from our lives." Carolyn Lee Parsons Age: 31 City: Seattle Lisa Patterson Robert Patterson and his wife, Lisa Patterson, who was shot and killed during a country music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Dennis Kim) Age: 46 City: Lomita, Calif. Religion and participation in the Catholic church defined Patterson, along with her experience coaching youth sports, said long-time friend Dennis Kim. He described Patterson and her husband, Robert, as beloved fixtures in the community just south of Los Angeles. She handled the books for the family's hardwood flooring business. One her children, Amber, is a special education major at Northern Arizona University. Her husband, who wasn't at the concert, stopped by a makeshift memorial in front of the Bellagio in Las Vegas on Tuesday and spoke with a local television crew. “I can’t believe she’s gone,” he told FOX5. “Once I didn’t hear from her for over a day, then I knew that something very bad had happened." John Phippen Age: 56 City: Santa Clarita, Calif. Melissa Ramirez Age: 26 Jordyn Rivera Jordyn Rivera, 21, of La Verne, Calif., was shot and killed during a country music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Mike Schrader) Age: 21 City: La Verne, Calif. "I'm just in disbelief that someone so sweet and genuine that I got the privilege of knowing is now no longer here," Jasmine Orozco said of her college friend. Rivera grew up in La Verne and graduated from Bonita High School in 2014. She was in her fourth year of California State University, San Bernardino's Health Care Management program, according to the university. She studied abroad in London last summer, and her Facebook profile picture remains a snapshot of her outside Stonehenge, both hands forming coyotes, CSUSB's mascot. Quinton Robbins Quinton Robbins, one of the people killed in Las Vegas after a gunman opened fire, Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Facebook via AP) Age: 20 City: Henderson, Nev. Robbins was an avid fisherman and snowboarder who spent his final moments with his sister, according to social media posts. "He was the most kind and loving soul," his aunt, Kilee Wells Sanders, wrote on Facebook. "Everyone who met him loved him ... He was truly an amazing person." Robbins studied at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and worked in recreation for the city of Henderson. His sister, Skylar Robbins, wrote on Twitter, "Laying next to you in the hospital bed all night was the hardest thing I've gone through, but you made me feel so at peace and I know you are with me." Cameron Robinson Cameron Robinson (Photo: GoFundMe.com) Age: 28 City: St. George, Utah Cameron Robinson lived in St. George but worked for the city of Las Vegas as a legal records specialist, according to the state's online transparency website. Robinson's sister, Meghan Ervin, confirmed that her brother was among the victims. Friends have remembered him on a GoFundMe.com page, which had raised over $23,000 by Wednesday to pay for funeral costs and help his family. "He loved to cook, entertain, run marathons, travel, go camping, boating, and the outdoors in general and above all surround himself with those he loved and others," the page read. "He is an amazing example to all and brought so much light to those he came in contact with." Tara Roe Tara Roe, 34, from Alberta, Canada, was shot and killed during a country music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Courtesy Sophia Models International) Age: 34 City: Alberta, Canada A Canadian mother of two young boys who worked as an educational assistant and a model was attending the concert with her husband. After initially being listed as missing, officials confirmed that Roe, 34, was among the dead. The Foothills School Division in High River, Alberta, where Smith worked has received an outpouring of support as the district deals with sadness, shock and grief, Superintendent John Bailey said. Sophia Models International, where Roe worked for 10 years, also lamented the loss of her "friendly face" and "caring spirit." Roe's aunt, Val Rodgers, described her niece to the Canadian Press as “a beautiful soul.” “She was a wonderful mother and our family is going to miss her dearly,” Val Rodgers, Roe's aunt, told the Canadian Press. Lisa Romero-Muniz Age: 48 City: Gallup, N.M. Romero-Muniz spent all of her time around children. She had children and four grandchildren. She worked as a counselor at elementary, middle-school and high-school levels for Gallup-McKinley County Schools. Her colleagues and her students, flooded social media with glowing tributes to her. District superintendent Mike Hyatt said she, "was an incredible loving and sincere friend, mentor and advocate for students in many of our schools." Chris Roybal Age: 28 City: Corona, Calif. Brett Schwanbeck Age: 61 Bailey Schweitzer Age: 20 City: Bakersfield, Calif. Laura Shipp Laura Shipp, left, is seen in a photo with her only son, Corey Shipp. Laura Shipp was a former Thousand Oaks resident who died in the Las Vegas shooting. (Photo: COURTESY PHOTO) Age: 50 City: Las Vegas Shipp moved to Las Vegas five years ago to be closer to her son, Corey, a 23-year-old Marine who she had raised on her own. The two were separated for a moment during the concert when the shooting broke out. Her brother, Steve Shipp, rushed to Las Vegas and ran from hospital to hospital to find her. But they eventually got the call that she had died. Steve Shipp was grieving, but was more concerned over Shipp's son, who is serving in a unit based in Las Vegas. "He just lost the most important person in his life," he said. "She was his world and he was hers." Erick Silva Age: 21 Susan Smith Susan Smith, an office manager at Vista Elementary School in Simi Valley, Calif., was one of the victims of the shooting in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Courtesy of Simi Valley Unified School District) Age: 53 City: Simi Valley, Calif. Within hours of learning about the shooting, visitors started dropping off flowers outside Vista Elementary School, where Susan Smith was a popular office manager. "She's the hub...really the heart of the school," said Jake Finch, a spokesperson for the Simi Valley Unified School District. "She had a great sense of humor. She's patient and kind." Smith, an ardent country music fan who was married with two adult children, attended the music festival with two friends from the school district. Lesley Prince, a father of a Vista Elementary student, added flowers to a growing memorial to Smith. "She was just such a sweet person," Prince said with tears welling in his eyes. "She's the one who told me my daughter was accepted here." Brennan Stewart Brennan Stewart, 30, of Las Vegas, was killed in Sunday's mass shooting. (Photo: Handout) Age: 30 City: Las Vegas Friends and family of Stewart described him as a rowdy, fun-loving singer who was always the life of the party. But when the gunfire started, another side of Stewart came out. "Brennan was the kind of guy who always put others before himself, including up to the moment he lost his life," read a family statement. "Brennan shielded his girlfriend and helped others to safety." The amateur country-music songwriter has been the focus of a wide variety of tributes. Many people are rewatching his YouTube videos, including his rendition of "You Should Be Here" by Cole Swindell. Some are wearing cowboy boots in his honor. Others are planning a karaoke night to sing songs and collect donations for his large, extended family. For the family of Stewart, who worked for a custom-home builder in Las Vegas, that focus on the music is a perfect way to honor him. "If country music ever disappeared, I feel like I would too," he once wrote. Derrick “Bo” Taylor Lt. Derrick “Bo” Taylor, who commanded the state conservation camp near Camarillo, was among the fatalities from Sunday's Las Vegas shooting. (Photo: COURTESY PHOTO) Age: 56 City: Oxnard, Calif. The 29-year veteran of the Nevada Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation attended the concert with his girlfriend, Denise Cohen. By the time the chaos was over, both were dead. Taylor was a lieutenant and the commander of the state's conservation center, which houses inmates who fight wildfires. His supervisor, Capt. Timothy Ellis, called Taylor an "outstanding" officer. "He ran an absolutely great camp," Ellisa said. Taylor was survived by two adult sons. He had been scheduled to return to work Tuesday, Ellis said. Neysa Tonks Neysa Tonks, a single mother of three boys, was among the 58 victims of the Las Vegas shooter. (Photo: Courtesy Technologent) Age: 46 City: Las Vegas Tonks was a vivacious single mother of three who relished life, her 14-year-old son recalled. "She lived life like it was her last each day," Greysen Tonks told CNN. "And she didn't care what anybody thinks." Technologent, the technology company for whom Tonks worked, established a GoFundMe page on behalf of Tonks' family and three boys, Kaden, Braxton and Greysen. On Thursday, it had raised nearly $189,000. She urged her friends and family to be positive, using the catchphrase "Don't be a hater," her mother Debbie Davis told CNN. "Even if you said you hated broccoli, she said, 'Don't be a hater,'" Davis said. "She was just a wonderful person with a huge light that we will not let be dimmed." Michelle Vo Michelle Vo, of California, was killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: New York Life) Age: 32 City: Los Angeles Vo had an “independent, strong personality” and loved traveling the world, even traveling to Europe alone a few years ago, her brother-in-law Paul Warren said. The daughter of Vietnamese immigrants, she loved the U.S. and “took full advantage of the freedoms she was given.” As a successful and ambitious life-insurance agent, Vo had prepared plans for what should happen in the event of her own death. "She had this fondness for beaches and she was very precise in saying, if she ever passed away, for her ashes to be spread on different beaches around the world," Warren said. "That’s where she wanted to be so that’s what we will be doing." Kurt Von Tillow Kurt von Tillow, a victim of the Las Vegas shooting on Oct. 1, 2017. (Photo: Brent Hitchings) Age: 55 City: Cameron Park, Calif. Attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas had become a tradition for the von Tillow family – this year Kurt attended with his wife, daughter, son-in-law, sister and niece. Only his son, who had recently moved to Ohio for a new job, was missing. Von Tillow was known at his country club for his patriotism, often wearing a hat emblazoned with "U.S.A.” and an American flag-patterned shirt, and lavishly decorating his golf cart with flags on the Fourth of July. He loved golf, NASCAR, the Golden State Warriors and the San Francisco Giants, but more than anything he loved his family. "He love, love, loved his grandkids," close friend and neighbor Brent Hitchings said. "They call him Paw Paw." William Wolfe Bill Wolfe Jr. and his wife Robyn were celebrating their 20th anniversary at a Jason Aldean concert. Wolfe died as a result of the mass shooting that occurred during the concert. (Photo: Submitted) Age: 42 City: Shippensburg, Pa. At first, Bill Wolfe was reported missing after he was separated from his wife in the chaotic aftermath of the shooting. His relatives flew to Las Vegas to find him, and the people of his hometown of Shippensburg, Penn., held a prayer vigil at a local sports stadium hoping they would get good news. By Tuesday night, their worst fears were realized. The Shippensburg Police Department confirmed that Wolfe, a Pennsylvania Little League coach, was among the victims. Wolfe's aunt Dora Wolfe said the outpouring of support from the community has helped the family deal with their loss. "It's just so senseless," she said of the shooting. "Such a waste."
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