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July 20, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main |

Hopes and Expectations: The Journey Of A Fake Girlfriend…A Chinese female blogger who posed as a man’s Lunar New Year girlfriend says her experience illustrates the generational tensions over finding a marriage partner in China.Reuters

10 Grand Challenges We Will Face By 2050 – BBC

Curvy Bombshell Jojo Babie Dropped Even More Hot Photos On Instagram – Mandatory

Chester Bennington, frontman of Linkin Park, has died by suicide. He was 41 years old – Newser

Mueller Expands Probe to Trump Business Transactions – Fox News

The Ultimate Playlist Of Banned Wedding Songs – Five Thirty Eight

Police had been controlling a major online black market for the past month, authorities say – Quartz

Robots and AI are going to make social inequality even worse, says new report – The Verge

Weeks before his suicide, Chester Bennington said goodbye to Chris Cornell with one final song – Rare

Hot Instagram Pictures Of Abigail Ratchford – Lurk And Perv

This Model Was Arrested in Saudi Arabia for Wearing a Crop Top and Miniskirt in Public – Maxim

The 4 Keys to Learning Anything – Zen Habits

Want To Become A Multi-Millionaire? Do These 14 Things Immediately – Medium

How to Put Together the Perfect In-Car Setup for Your Phone – Gizmodo

Hilary Duff Went Swimming – G-Celeb

Cheating Girlfriend Gets Surprise Gift – Leenks

These hot girls are generous with the cleavage – Radass

Charlotte McKinney Dancing Around In A Thong Swimsuit – Hollywood Tuna

Usher Hid Herpes Diagnosis and Infected Sex Partner, Who Was Also His Ex-Wife’s Bridesmaid – The Blemish


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The Dumping Grounds

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19 Survivors Of Suicide Reveal Their First Thoughts After Realizing They Hadn’t Succeeded

July 20, 2017 | 1 Comment » | Topics: TRUTH |

1. “Fuck I’m still here”

 I almost don’t want to share this because I don’t know if it’s helpful for people who are going through it right now. But I’ve seen and read so many accounts of people who changed their mind when it seemed to be too late, or realised all their problems were insignificant once they were almost dead. But that didn’t happen to me.

When I started vomiting blood and bile, all I could think was “I really hope I’m not throwing up the pills right now”. I also felt disgusting and ashamed, but I didn’t want to live and I didn’t change my mind. When I woke up I was covered in blood (some from vomit, but a lot from my arms and legs which I’d absolutely shredded with a blade.) there was sick all over the floor and in my hair, and my clothes and face were wet with tears. I was a mess, and I felt like I’d fucked up my life in every possible way, and I have never felt so disappointed or disgusted with myself than when I properly realised it hadn’t worked.

And honestly I would’ve loved that to be a wake up call or the moment I changed, but it wasn’t. I felt that same disgust for some years afterwards. To me, that was confirmation that I’d never be happy, and that I’d never settle into life in the way that everyone else seemed to. I just accepted that I’d never be happy, and that I’d never stop wanting to die. I can’t really explain why I thought this. I just believed there was something inherently wrong with me, an illness, or something about who I am as a person, which meant I would always feel suicidal.

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Feed Your Brain With These Fascinating Facts

July 20, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Interesting |

A self-made millionaire Harris Rosen adopted a Florida neighborhood called Tangelo Park, cut the crime rate in half, and increased the high school graudation rate from 25% to 100% by giving everyone free daycare and all high school graduates scholarships

Rosen, 73, began his philanthropic efforts by paying for day care for parents in Tangelo Park, a community of about 3,000 people. When those children reached high school, he created a scholarship program in which he offered to pay free tuition to Florida state colleges for any students in the neighborhood.

In the two decades since starting the programs, Rosen has donated nearly $10 million, and the results have been remarkable. The high school graduation rate is now nearly 100 percent, and some property values have quadrupled. The crime rate has been cut in half, according to a study by the University of Central Florida.

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The Daily Man-Up

July 20, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Man-Up |


(photo by Alan Turkus)

 

Stop making excuses.

Stop finding reasons for your unhappiness, your failure in life.

Stop looking at the lives others lead and enviously wanting to be in their shoes, with their upbringing, and their social status.

Whining, complaining, giving reasons for why you’re failing, they’re all excuses and they all remove YOUR ability to BE HAPPY.

For fuck’s sakes it’s getting to be too much!

Everywhere you go you hear people complaining. Conversations start about what’s wrong with their job or with the world or how they wish they could take a vacation.

You can’t! We need to work. We need to save. We need to shut up and do what we’ve gotta do because we want to not only survive, but thrive!

Since when are vacations a “right”?

Since when do we deserve what we cannot afford and should not spend our money on?

Since when is buckling down and saving and working harder not the only option?

If you don’t like where you are in life YOU HAVE TO CHANGE IT.

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10 Great Moments In Standup Comedy Awesomeness

July 20, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Funny Pictures |

Dave Chapelle – Why Terrorists Won’t take black People As Hostages

 

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There Are Some Things You Just Can’t Argue With

July 20, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Funny Pictures |

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Hot Instagram Girl Of The Day: May

July 20, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Babes |

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