George Zimmerman Raises $200K for His Defense – How Much Can We Raise For My Offense?

1 year, 355 days ago - By Rylan Branch

The Retreat at Twin Lakes is where 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman on Feb. 26, 2012. (AP Photo)

Now what in the world does this image with a woman walking her dog in the daylight hours have to do with the George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin matter?

The image was found at the Atlanta Constitution Journal website, which shows what the scene of the incident looks like in the day time, an image which I imagine is what attracts individuals to the location as a place of residence in the first place, an image which if focused on as the ideal image may help to maintain the peace and gain a further understanding of the matters at hand which is based on the value of and demand for an ideal and enjoyable quality of life as well as the value of human life itself along with our own individual ideas in regards to who what, and where deserves to reside in this setting and take part in this quality of life and breath the breath of life

The cause here at this style of life publication in part is to create, develop, and promote these lifestyle goods and service with a more broad in scope perspective in regards to who is worthy, which in my opinion is none other than those who can picture it for themselves.

In closing, we can consider it as a different perspective to consider and way of attacking the task, also known as a good offense, which is said by the wise to always be the best defense.

How much can we raise in regards to this cause?

Just thinking out loud.