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Never Politically Correct. Never Correct. Just Reasonable

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The fact that someone takes their problems to the social network makes me SMH. If you have a serious problem, talk to someone. You know what, talk to me. (408)469-7966. I was being sarcastic. You took your apparently “serious issues” to Facebook and you expect people to take you seriously? Grow up.
dmrpjab32010:

The fact that somebody actually liked that comment really pisses me off. 

The fact that someone takes their problems to the social network makes me SMH. If you have a serious problem, talk to someone. You know what, talk to me. (408)469-7966. I was being sarcastic. You took your apparently “serious issues” to Facebook and you expect people to take you seriously? Grow up.

dmrpjab32010:

The fact that somebody actually liked that comment really pisses me off. 

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Life: Don’t Take It For Granted

I cannot explain the emotions I encountered throughout the past week. I’ve seen a little bit of smiles. I’ve heard some laughter. And I’ve bawled with a few close ones. As tears came out of my eyes, I reflected on the very short life that a wonderful person lived. This wonderful person left behind a group of friends who love her and a family who will never forget the affection she gave to them.

Last week, I received a phone call that changed my life. I found out that my high school sweetheart died from a tragic car accident. Even though we haven’t been in good terms for over a year, a pool of great memories immediately injected into my mind. Amy, my high school sweetheart and first love, passed away after a life of only 21 years.

Throughout the past week of mourning, weeping, screaming, and tearing, I reflected on the person that Amy was. She was a great friend, a charming girlfriend, and the best daughter any parent could ever ask for. She was an angel to many, which is why she left behind so many people that loved her. Through these reflections, I learned three important lessons in life.

Let’s start with friendship. Ever since Amy was young, she encountered many people whom she never lost contact with. Amy was a loving friend who cherished many simple moments with people she bumped into in her 21 years of life. I was fortunate enough to be one of them. Her passing has taught me to embrace my friends and never let small things turn into big problems. Life is too short for us to hold grudges and fight over silly issues. Let’s cherish our friends and never let them go, as they are a very important part of our lives.

Amy was the first person who showed me how it was like to be truly loved a person. Her love and affection showed me that someone truly cared about me. She made the same affection known to Jonathan. This shows me that if you someone that truly loves you, NEVER let that person go. Do not take love for granted, as it may only come once in a lifetime. Live. Learn. Love.

The final lesson is the importance of family. Family brought me into this world. I know that my parents are the only people I can ever count on whenever I need anything. Considering that life is short, embrace all of your family and never let them go. Do not hold grudges with your family, as these grudges may come to haunt you in the end. There can never be anything more important than family. Not money, not riches, not fame nor fortune, and definitely not success. Family is the most important aspect of life. NEVER let it go.

As we move on with our lives, let’s ponder on these three lessons. They are very vital to living a complete life. Amy may have been young when she passed, but she definitely made sure to complete these three aspects, which are life’s most vital lessons. Remember to live, learn, and love.

Sincerely,

Domingo

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NEVILLE: Fourteen years ago, a Death Eater named Bellatrix Lestrange used the Crutiatus Curse on my parents. She tortured them for information, but they never gave in. I’m quite proud to be their son. But I’m not sure I’m ready for everyone to know just yet.HARRY: We’re going to make them proud, Neville. That’s a promise.

NEVILLE: Fourteen years ago, a Death Eater named Bellatrix Lestrange used the Crutiatus Curse on my parents. She tortured them for information, but they never gave in. I’m quite proud to be their son. But I’m not sure I’m ready for everyone to know just yet.
HARRY: We’re going to make them proud, Neville. That’s a promise.

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Mystery of the $ 20 bill.

blackblur:

wildhoneyy:

Fold a twenty dollar bill in this way

Now fold it again this way:

Now, bend their tips, forming an arrow. What you see in this image is the Pentagon in flames.

Coincidence?

Turning the note, appears the picture of the towers in flames.

When we fold the same note in an accordion format, see the name of the principal of these two attacks.

Coincidence or not, I‘m afraid 

Illuminati shit

This is done by people who love to stir shit up. USA! USA!

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