‘A Million Ways to Go’: The best ways to avoid the worst in life

I’ve spent the past few weeks watching the video of an Ohio man who allegedly drove a truck into a crowd of people celebrating a Halloween party on a road in Cleveland.

I’ve watched the footage, and I can say that it’s the most horrifying thing I’ve ever seen.

It’s a horror film of absolute horror, complete with people being thrown off their feet, a woman being burned to death, and a man being run over.

I have watched this video multiple times.

I’m not even sure how I got through it, and it still haunts me to this day.

The truck was full of people who were celebrating a holiday celebration in Ohio.

They were on a street corner, a street that had been cordoned off, in a quiet neighborhood.

One person in the crowd, a man in a green sweatshirt, was a little boy, and his dad, a young man in his late 20s, was with him.

They had just got back from a trip to the Halloween party and were enjoying the day together.

As they were walking down the street, the man allegedly drove his truck into the crowd.

A truck was filled with people celebrating.

When the truck hit the crowd of revelers, the boy was run over by the truck, and was killed.

The man’s dad, who was not wearing a green shirt, was left in the truck with several other people, who rushed him to a nearby hospital.

As the man was rushed to the hospital, he was seen crying, sobbing, and holding his father’s head.

I can’t even begin to describe what he was feeling.

I know what you’re thinking: He just went through the whole horror movie thing, right?


He was just devastated, absolutely devastated.

And it’s something I’ve seen countless times.

When I see this video, I think, I’ve been through a lot.

I’ll tell you what: The worst part is that you’re not going to be able to talk to anyone about this.

You’re not even going to talk about it with anyone.

That’s why it’s so important to me.

I want to know why you’re doing this, why you do it, why someone would do this.

And I’m going to find out what you’ve done.

It took a lot of hard work to get here, but now I can finally speak to you.

I wanted to go to the party, I wanted this party to be my party, and so I went to it.

I saw some of the other people there.

I think it was a really good thing.

They wanted to celebrate, and that was great, because we had a good time.

And then, when we got there, I noticed that there was a big gap in the wall.

I don’t know if you guys remember the wall, but this is what it looked like.

This was a wall of police officers, police cars, and police vans, all trying to make sure everyone had a place to go.

It was a very crowded place, and the police officers were trying to get everybody out of there.

One officer in particular came up to me and was like, “You guys are a bunch of idiots.

You got a big truck.

You’ve got to stop doing this.”

And I was like: No, I’m here to get you out of here.

So he said, “Well, we have a lot to do, but I’ll give you this.”

I said, I know this is not good, and he said: “Well you’ve got a lot going on, and you’ve gotta go to this party, but you’ve only got a few days.

If you’re going to go, then you’ve been doing it wrong.”

And so I was with that guy for a few hours, and then I realized, I need to go and talk to him.

I just thought: Well, I can get him out of this.

But then I started to cry, and started to go home.

So that was the hardest thing for me to do.

But it was the right thing to do for my family, and my dad.

He’s a great guy, and everyone loved him, and everybody wanted to support him.

And he was in a really bad situation.

And we talked for about 10 minutes about the whole thing, and what was going on.

And his dad was like.

“What the hell is going on?”

He was like a lot, a lot angry.

I remember talking to him for about an hour.

He wasn’t angry.

He just wanted to know how he could help.

And so he said to me, “Listen, Dad, you don’t understand.

If someone’s going to take a life, then they’re going do it for a reason.

You can’t just let them do this.”

So I said to him, “Look, I understand, but if you want to help me, I will go