All dogs are the product of human responsibility. Or the result of human negligence. It's a " people problem" not a " pitbull problem"
STOP BULLYING! ~Bullying cause people to lose there minds! Its not worth making someone commit suicide over! If that makes sense !
Using this because...why not. Guy, I want to get this straight.get this into your head. If something bad is happening within your life and you look to self harm as a way out...that is not the answer in anyway, shape, or form. Once they are there it's a constant reminder of what happened and why you did it. You tell yourself, "Oh this can be a reminder of how I became stronger than those who put me down." In the end...it's showing them that you were weak at that moment and that's letting that person or thing beat you. Because you are causing your self the harm. A better way to do it, I know easier said than done, smile and be happy. Show them you are great even if they are putting you down and making you sad. Someone loves you. You should love yourself. Keep your chin up, stand tall, and walk proud. You were born the way you were, and you're better than that person or thing that upset you I'm the first place. They just don't want to admit you're above them.
J. Lyons knows what he is talking about. I'm sorry I haven't posted in a while. I've been really busy this month with school. :( I know you asked a long time ago, but please follow @save_the_beauty_of_horses and @abbeyspruill
, I'm gonna need you to just go ahead and shut it down so we can is we are getting straight up
Ga ckup nyetir sambil di pangku..aisy masukin kaki dalam setiran... kl nyetir pandangan harus ke jalan bu, bukan ke setir -,- Setiap kata baru terdengar bulat kluar dr mulut nya... gatal gusi aweeweee aweewweee...
They aren’t the only two… a new poll released this week found that 89% of fast food workers say their bosses are stealing from them, by not paying them for all of the work that they do. McDonald’s can’t get away with this –to see and share the video go to lowpayisnotok.com I've seen this and have had it happen to me many times over the years. When I was out of work waiting for something good to come along I'd always find myself working at fast food places McDonalds or burgerking and this type of stuff happens there all the time i got into many arguments with bosses over the years but I would have to bit my tongue or lose my job I need to support my family. McDonald's is one of the richest company's making billions of dollars a year from what they pass off as "food" and can't pay people who make them all that money.
People aren't psychic, they aren't body language expert readers whatever, so they obviously don't know how you feel. Although it's hard, I've learnt that I should really speak out more often. Cause if you never say it, they'll never know, and you'll continue getting hurt, which sucks. 🙈
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With all the restrictions on selling and marketing food, it’s easy to forget that even sharing food is sometimes still a crime. Despite my own stated optimism last year, it appears that bans on sharing food with the homeless and less fortunate won’t be going away any time soon. Last week, Scott Keyes, a senior reporter with the progressive news site ThinkProgress, reported on the idiotic outcome of one of the latest of such bans. In that case, the city of Birmingham, Ala. has barred a local pastor from sharing food with the homeless from a church-owned vehicle because he doesn’t have… a food truck permit. "Wood was stopped from handing out food by local police because he was in violation of a new city ordinance, passed in December, that regulates food trucks," writes Keyes. "The new regulation requires food trucks to get a permit, which can cost as much as $500." Just like those on the left, conservativecritics were aghast. This issue certainly cuts across the normal left-right divide. For more