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How are people like in real life to you? Are they as mean as they are on the Internet? My answer has always been that in the 13 years I've been blogging, I've only encountered people who are rude to me in real life Say less than 5 times.
Even then it's not open confrontation but just snide remarks and some sniggering. This number is remarkably low, considering how frequently it happens online.
Plus I am as tall as most people's armpits and frequently tittering on 5 inch heels, making me a terrible sparring opponent if it ever comes to blows. I mean, most people don't go insult burly men because they fear getting punched in the face, right? But I won't punch people just because they are rude to me.
I won't do that because I know I won't win in a fight, what with multiple plastic surgery and languid limbs. Plus after that you have to go to the police station and file reports and blah blah maybe get an assault charge.
It's simply not worth it - why get into a fight you can't win?
That doesn't mean I just let people trample all over me. I bring the fight to my home ground. You have to be rude? Let's fight on the Internet. You can probably guess Today marks another of the rare occasions when someone was actually rude to me! As such, I must let everyone know of this man's bravery!
Someone pass him a medal! Not that it's very relevant but here are two photos of Dash having fun at the park - Taken with Sony Nex 5T, and clothes from http: No photoshop, pimple on nose and all Ok don't know why I'm trying to justify my dressing wtf.
I'm just trying to say that hey it's 2 hours at the neighbourhood park so obviously I'm not looking my most presentable!
Out of my peripheral vision, I noticed someone staring at me. When I turned to look, it was this middle aged man with his wife, two kids, and his paunch. The couple was looking at me and whispering something but upon seeing that I was looking back at them, the wife averted her eyes.The thought experiment continues!
Beyond Literacy Radio is a series of podcasts about post-literacy in all its dimensions and implications.. A project of the students and instructors in the Beyond Literacy graduate course offered by the iSchool, University of Toronto, Beyond . Tweet; I’ll admit it.. in the past I have not been incredibly fond of reading.
I am a very visual person and I would much rather sit down and watch a movie or a few YouTube videos to . I can admit I am not fireproof deadlynightshade. Chapter 4. She doesn’t feel as flattered as she thought she would, especially not after reading some of the more mature comments about her.
It’s mostly compliments, sure, but she finds them a bit crude and disturbing – which is telling, coming from the creepy demon. It was an impromptu decision to go so I tried to rush out of the house before the sun would set, dressed in shorts, a ratty Tshirt, a cap, sunglasses and absolutely no makeup.
I am going to try to set up theme days too, like Lego Day, Drawing Day, I-pad Day, Reading Day, etc.
Now I will admit that I almost gave up while reading the first part of the book. It definitely got off to a bit of a slow start, and I debated whether to DNF it. Well, I am so glad that I finished it!Reviews: Wow, can you say unprofessional? Acting like a bunch of hormonal teenagers. I am not easily shocked but I gotta say, coming across this was indeed the very last thing I would have ever imagined seeing. which got worst over time went in out er other doc did all kind of test and had more to go ask dozen time would not admit her for no. The lesson for politicians and those who cover them? The more complex an issue, the less likely it is to break through with a public that really consumes news via headlines and not much else.
to try and focus our afternoons (we'll see how that goes. Pray for me). Transitioning to Summer feels overwhelming to me. A new translation captures the painful backdrop of Dostoyevsky’s classic: the poverty, crime, and violence that shaped much of everyday life in 19th-century St.