Someone went to a local gun shop. They purchased 100 Cable Gun Locks and informed the owner of the store to give them out with the next 100 guns purchased.
I have always tried to be a "pay it forward" kind of person, but since March, I have been supporting a former student who was homeless and suffering from PTSD. I have been there for her both financially and emotionally, and we are moving forward with the help of Kevin Coleman. I cannot say enough good things about that organization. We continue to work toward independence for this person. I really believe you help to change the world one person at a time.
I didn't know AJ much, I knew he was a good beat boxer and was funny, but that pretty much is it. The day I found out he dies, I dont cry, infact I dont show any emotions, but inside, im devastated and sad. 2 months later im sitting on my bed going through instagram, when I see this website. I learn how nice he was and his favorite sports, thats when I cry. He made me swear to myself to be as kind as possible, thats why im on this website right now, thank you, AJ, for making me a better person, I will miss you.
Aj was the greatest kid I knew. I was in his class in 5th grade. I wish Aj never left because his life was to short but that was gods plan for him and you shouldn't think of the past but what will happen in the future. Aj will have a great time up there like he did for us here down here. Aj taught me how to never give up and have thanks for what we have now. I am very sorry for your lost but you know I think they need a couple of beat boxers up there too you know:)