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Man, I forgot to wear my Taft ring today!
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A self-defense instructor once told me to do the same thing. It lets the other person know that you know they're there and you probably got a good look at their face, so they're much less likely to try anything than if you just pretend they don't exist.
I've always liked this saying someone I knew once said: "I may be right, but I'd rather not be dead-right."
It was usually used in reference to driving, but I think this situation works just as well.
Personally, I think Angel could kick Mr. Sparkleypants' tail any day. But maybe that's just me.
Once again, PLEASE take a deep breath and look again. The Generation M Manifesto is clearly stated at the beginning of the blog as the source of this material. At no point is she plagarizing because she clearly states that this is the sole topic of the blog. She may be paraphrasing the contents, but she is not claiming these ideas as her own. Direct quotes are put in italics and the source is clearly stated.The only portion of this blog that is clearly just Aprill is the last two paragraphs, in which she makes it clear that she intends this to be a humorous topic or at least something for casual discussion.I am a journalist, so I well know the seriousness and consequences of plagarism. This is NOT plagarism.
Please calm down and look again. She's clearly summarizing what is part of someone else's manifesto. This is not from Aprill herself.
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Um.... Laundry as a circular, eternal task is supposed to be comforting?
I've had several dogs that get all upset if you take their collars off for any reason. It's like, "Hey, that's MY necklace!"
The video is really cute. At least he lets the kitties get out instead of shoving them all the way back in.