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The weather can get cold sometimes, but you’ll always find a rugged cowboy to keep you warm at night. You like films that tell sweeping, expansive stories, just like your home’s landscape. Certainly sounds like Philadelphia to me.
My junior prom was stupidly complicated in a way that only a seventeen-year-old could understand, but it was pretty awful. I was dating a guy who was a senior at another school. We’d made plans to go to my junior prom and his senior prom a month later. I bought not one but two $250 dresses. I bought tickets for my prom, picture packets, and paid for everything. All he had to do was get his tux and his prom tickets. Then two weeks before mine, he told me we weren’t going to his because it wasn’t going to be anything special. I shrugged out off, because my mom said I could always wear the other one for my senior prom (and I did). So this guy didn’t go to my school and had only met my best friend. The day of the prom things started to go wrong. My friend who was going to do my best friend’s and my hair and makeup was late, it was about to rain, and I was very nervous because I wasn’t really popular or anything. So fast forward. We got there and my boyfriend wouldnn’t dance with me. My best friend and I were just sitting at the table because we hadn’t compared our dresses (she went home to change) and they were almost the same. And worst of all, my boyfriend had found a guy he knew from Hebrew school, who just happened to have been ditched by his date. So, naturally, being the gentleman he was, my boyfriend ditched me for most of the night to comfort this guy he had known when he was twelve. The junior prom is the prom pictured in our senior yearbooks. I’m only in like four pictures, and one of them is of me, that best friend, her date, and that boyfriend, sitting at that table. None of us look happy. Yep. That about sums up high school for me. *Sorry for the long-winded tale; I’m a writer by nature.
They should just change the policy and make it so EVERYONE who wishes to give blood must have a full blood screening prior to their donation. And then, if the person is clean, they could maybe request abstaining from sex, if necessary, between the time the blood screening takes place until they donate. Then it wouldn’t be a question of orientation or gender, it would be completely based on the health of the person. Well, it would also be a matter of priorities and willpower, if they were asked to abstain. Basically, the current regulations are archaic, and we’re about to enter 2015. They need to get with the times. Technology will allow for this change. The question is, will the FDA?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-Wd-Q3F8KM This will ruin your childhood forever.
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