18. i am not “paranoid” about meat-based broths, i get really sick if i eat them.
18. i am not “paranoid” about meat-based broths, i get really sick if i eat them.
if you have pictures of your students on your cell phone, snapchat them, or call your students parents regularly from your own personal phone, you should probably get out of teaching as these are all highly unethical, too personal, not professional and some cases could even get you arrested. ridiculous.
17/20! i practically had that movie memorized as a kid.
many of these look fake….if they are really doing this, they obviously don’t know anyone with a head/neck injury, but what do i know, i’m old.
some idiots the year before us cut down trees in our school’s nature area/prairie land for the science and agriculture classes. they got arrested. the rest of the class raised the funds to buy new trees. make sure when you do your pranks you’re not killing innocent plants/animals.
that Green Bay club scene comment was DEAD ON!!! major LOL!
i definitely have this and always have. i didn’t know it had a name. i cannot look at garlic or other fruits/veggies sliced certain ways, and i this also stems into tentacles. i hate looking at them. it started to get bad around the stretch marks and the peas on the legs. the skull one makes me want to vomit because i’m also afraid of the dentist so its a double whammy. the lotus pods i couldn’t even look at the first time around i just scrolled right past, it made me shudder. i thought they were eyeballs. so, i guess a ton of eyeballs photo shopped on something would make me gag as well. f-you, trypophobia.
lol! jesse & the baby = my new wallpaper
nice, came here to see if there was a bosstones pic, was not disappointed! =D
coat tailing off another person above that said when the DJ talks over the beginning or end of a song….I hate when you are INTO the song and they kill the mood with either singing along or babbling….SHUT UP, let the artists finish the piece.
“a child like that”? like what, with a disability? everyone needs step back for a second and remember that you are only one car accident, one unfortunate mishap away from a brain injury, or confined to a wheelchair, unable to communicate, perhaps only able to make “whaling” noises, or any other variety of disabilities that change your ability to navigate your environment. are we as a society to get rid of you after that? this is an ignorant comment anyway as you have no way of knowing if your child will have autism while pregnant.
There is nothing to say. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Cq-4KmtpDk
how can you help in your every day life to spread awareness and support?
- try to catch yourself or friends saying “that’s retarded”. challenge it. try to take it out of your vocabulary.
- if you have or work with children, talk about how people are different, and this is ok. if they have questions, try to get real answers.
- volunteer! special olympics can be very fun, but many communities have other local organizations to support individuals with disabilities.
- do not be quick to judge when someone’s child is throwing a ‘temper tantrum’ or screaming loudly. there may be sensory or communication need going on that are not apparent to an unfamiliar party. they may be non-verbal, and this is their only means of communication. please add more ideas!! :D
Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? is an excellent album, i was hoping someone else would comment on this!! :D
first, i am tired of a woman doing “small” violent things like pushing or slapping a man during TV shows and movies being acceptable. it shouldn’t be. it desensitizes us like it is a ‘harmless’ form of violence, it is not. it is important to remember that most physically abusive relationships do not start that way. It starts with verbal abuse to tear down the other person’s self confidence and start to gain control. tell tale signs i’ve noticed are name calling, not fighting ‘fair’ with their partner and derogatory comments, having to ask his/her significant other for permission to do things. if you are in a situation like this, or it has gone further, please tell someone, get support to leave. it will only get worse. it cycles - i’m sorry, i love you, i’ll never hurt you again…over and over. if you are in this situation or know someone who is, i recommend the book ‘the verbally abusive relationship’ by patricia evans. this book changed my life, my thinking, and helped me get out. i recommended it to other women who have since left their abuser (i would also equally recommend it to a man who is being verbally abused) and they have passed it to others they know in need of help. the abuser often has an ‘irrational’ state of mind which the abused person is trying to satisfy or please constantly. you cannot please an irrational state of mind, it will always find something wilder, something crazier to get angry or argue or insult you about. there is no bottom. there is no satisfying it. you cannot win. the only safe way is leaving them. it is not your job to make them “get better”.
little hamm who??
i don’t know about other veggies, but chicken broth or beef or any kind of meat broth makes me ill now, if its in like, cheesy broccoli soup, or somewhere you may not know unless you ask. also, it NEVER fails, every time i say to someone “i’m a vegetarian who eats fish” they say “oh, you mean a pescetarian?” and when i try to tell someone i am a pescetarian, they respond with “zuh?!”. i am happy though when people have even been exposed to either word or have some idea between a vegan and a veggie. i’d rather keep explaining to friends and family than leave them uneducated about it.
i’m from wisconsin - wisconsin needs to get with the program!! i am glad our neighbor state is leading the way, hopefully we will catch on soon. happy crying, and also extra crying about all the wonderful adoptive parents who have led the way and raised their children, reached for their dreams and goals even if our laws took so long to catch up.
hahahaha, godless wisconsin, nice. also nice to see Surly get a mention!
spot on, especially the part about the most productive hours being between 10p and 1a. that is when i wrote all my papers in college, that is when i do my best work! love it! any other night owls gifted with 2 morning-people parents? they don’t understand my night owl sister and i AT ALL!!
people rarely stop to consider what their own lives would be like in a wheelchair. everyone is one accident, one car wreck or something else unfortunate that could put them in a wheelchair or have permanent injury and need accommodations. this is why ADA exists, because any of us could need those supports and adaptations, and this is why *everyone* should support it.
if anyone actually cares to learn about what atheists believe this is an interesting article. http://www.alternet.org/belief/9-questions-atheists-might-find-insulting-and-answers
wtf is with all these shoes being sold on etsy? i thought etsy was for handcrafted goods.
my mom totally used LOL inappropriately regarding our great aunt dying to my sister. she also signs her instant messages “love, mom”. adorable.
The Bosstones released their first full album in ‘89 and are still together. They have many more influences musically than ska alone, i wouldn’t consider them strictly a ska band. the last time ska was a ‘thing’ (meaning, mainstream radio play?) was 1997, on MTV, with no doubt, Bosstones, Reel Big Fish, etc.
I 3rd the Mighty Mighty Bosstones being added to the list! =D
i was torn until i saw the otter with the heart cookie. WIN!
I got ERMAHGERD! LIBERAL! love it.
made it to the dog in the towel. it was all over at the boop section.
no pictures of him doing the deed for knitter porn? lame!!
watched Bad Teacher with my parents. oops.
i always say everyone should be required to work one retail or customer service job and one food service job, for at least a YEAR each. then, you have a good amount of time and at least one holiday season to get that deep down stabby feeling.
i’d just like to say this was my childhood, so this article made me laugh out loud - i have and always will love the bosstones. i have the pictures to prove it. ;]
ha! I had an LGB patch on my backpack in school, nice!!!
Great article! Does anyone else get annoyed when someone introduces the biological children in the family by their names, and then tag on the adopted ones after and specifically state they are adopted? Why does everyone act so shocked when you tell them?! My parents always told me to tell kids who made fun of me “My parents wanted me and picked me, your parents were STUCK with you.” ha!