|Quality: BDRip||Release date: February 6, 2018|
|Keywords: –||Genres: Horror|
|Duration: 80 min||Original title: Bad Apples|
To me, this while thing was a step in the right direction in order to get rid of the bad apples in the community. Cons will still be a safe place, as long as everyone makes an effort to speak out when people are being toxic.— Pastel Bubblegum🦄🍭🖌💖 (@eyp0ne) January 31, 2018
No Robert, the FBI and the police don't have "bad apples" they have an institutionalized set of behaviors that includes lies, murder, and cover-ups. I'd say not worshiping murders and crooks is the only acceptable ideology. It's not purity, it's humanity, get some.— Bernie's Grumpy Clap (@BethLynch2020) February 3, 2018
This is what I know...There's no way in hell that Stelly fans would go to a Stelly event & waste our time talking about SaD fans & show them tweets!😅 If we had a couple bad apples that wanted to start shit at an event, you can trust that we would rally & reign those fools in.😩— ☆Peyton☆ (@Bruins0625) February 3, 2018
And it's really actually distressing that this sort of thing is laughed off as "it's just Philly, that's what you get."— Brandon Warne (@Brandon_Warne) January 31, 2018
Demand better. This is no way to treat anyone you disagree with.
It's one thing for there to be bad apples in every crowd and another to be the bad orchard.
De Sousa: Baltimore police corruption limited to a 'very few bad apples'— Sun Breaking News (@BaltSunBrk) February 2, 2018
As an American citizen, I have “grave concerns” about what bad apples at the FBI and DOJ have done, and the fact that this could happen to anyone is intolerable. We need to be transparent and people of America need to see #TheMemo→ #MemoDay— Rep. Jody Hice (@CongressmanHice) February 2, 2018
Baltimore cops were told to plant toys guns on suspects. So much for the "bad apples" defense.— act.tv (@actdottv) February 3, 2018
“The task is not to find the bad apples and weed them out, but to change the barrel so that they don’t become bad in the first place” - great session with Daniel Effron on social psychology & morality #R4NA— Graeme Burns (@gdlburns) February 3, 2018
Using the tired "bad apples" analogy, the GTTF trial is like finding a bad apple in a barrel, looking closer and finding another bad one, and then another and another and another. Oh and other people already spotted the rot but kept putting the rotten apples back into the barrel.— Kevin Rector (@RectorSun) February 5, 2018
Nope...no such thing as Deep State or conspiracies...right.— GeekRad (@RadGeekpartduex) February 5, 2018
Some on twit would have us believe there were just a few 'bad apples' and not a group of unelected folks actually calling the shots..
Honest question for and De Sousa; when you assured the city the GTTF were just a few bad apples, were you speaking based on an irresponsible amount of information for such an important topic, or were you just lying and don't actually care about people who live here?— Paul Gardner (@paulmgardner) February 5, 2018
#WOW! Christopher Steele Wrote Anti-Trump Memo With Information From Mystery Obama State Dept. Official— FIGHT 4 BENGHAZI & FLYNN🔥FIERY "GᖇIT”🔥🎗My2CNTS (@SusanStormXO) February 5, 2018
We need someone that can start the JUSTICE PROCESS— who do we look to for Law Enforcement when bad apples in all branches .
This is the power of sports. There isn’t much else that can bring thousands of people from all backgrounds together in unified joy. Let’s revel in that, and not let a few bad apples color the perception of an entire city.— Ben Falk (@bencfalk) February 5, 2018
another DEMOCRAT RUN CITY & STATE!!! break other ppl's property & get away with it!!! mayor called them a 'FEW BAD APPLES" - did he NOT see the MACY's store being looted— kelly landrade (@klandrade6) February 5, 2018