A stray dog saved a woman after she crashed down an embankment and was thrown through the back window of her car. The German Shepherd emerged from the woods, pulled her by the collar off the trunk and 50 yards through the briars to the road where she could be seen by passing motorists.
U.S. Medal of Honor recipient Pililaʻau was found surrounded by 40 dead Korean soldiers and him holding a trench knife
Herbert Kailieha Pililaʻau (October 10, 1928 – September 17, 1951) was a United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military’s highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions in the Korean War. A Native Hawaiian who was born and raised on the island of Oʻahu, he was drafted into the military as a young man. Sent to Korea in early 1951, he participated as an automatic rifleman in the Battle of Bloody Ridge. During the subsequent Battle of Heartbreak Ridge, he voluntarily stayed behind to cover his unit’s withdrawal in the face of an intense attack by North Korean forces. Alone, he held off the assault using his automatic rifle and hand grenades and, after exhausting all available ammunition, engaged the attackers in hand to hand combat until being overrun and killed. For these actions, he was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.
Neo Nazis Were Tricked Into Marching Against Themselves – Leenks
Sikhs Set Up Free Bakery For Refugees Fleeing The Civil War – Ned Hardy
Caveman’s Top 10 Picks Of The Day – Imgur
How an episode of The Simpsons is made – The Verge
16 Poor Guys Who Got Rejected Via Text Messags – Linkiest
A damn fine collection of rumps to celebrate hump day! – Bro My God
Looking for a safe way to boost free testosterone, increase libido, burn fat, and gain muscle mass? – Smarter Lifestyles
Necrophiliacs Talk About What It’s Like Being Sexually Attracted to Corpses – VICE
Mckayla Maroney and Bella Thorne break out the cleavage on social media – Celeb Odor
Hulk Hogan had the most insane WCW contract in 1998 – MAXIM
Chloe Grace Moretz Back on Set of Neighbors 2 in a Bikini – G-Celeb
Pia Mia is More Than a Pop Star (41 Photos) – Radass
The Greatest Celebrity Halloween Costumes of All Time – Ranker
Kylie Jenner in see-through pants – Drunken Stepfather
Pepsi admits Aquafina brand bottled water is actually just tap water – ABC News
30 Ridiculously Hot Instagram Photos Of Emily Sears – Regretful Morning
20 Hot and Sexy Photos of Instagram Hottie Jennie June – Classy Bro
Guatemala just elected a comedian with zero political experience to be president – VOX
Damn, Courtney Stodden Kills It on Instagram – The Blemish
Bacon, hot dogs and processed meats cause cancer, WHO says – PBS
California Police Department to Use Nunchucks – Newser
Shay Mitchell killin it in this dress – Celeb Slam
What to Buy (and Not Buy) at Costco – Consumer Reports
By Nick Notas
Neediness is the most misunderstood concept in dating. Everyone seems to have an opinion on what they think being needy means:
“Don’t text a girl too soon. Wait a while before you respond. Be careful of showing your interest early on — especially if she’s REALLY hot.”
But what if I told you that those actions aren’t necessarily needy?
What if I told you that constantly worrying about whether or not you’re being needy is actually being needy?
Let’s clear up what neediness is and isn’t once and for all.
The real definition of neediness
To understand neediness in a romantic context, you must first understand self-confidence. Wikipedia defines it as:
Self-assuredness in one’s personal judgment, ability, and power.
Self-confidence means you trust in yourself and your own worth. You value your own opinion over what others think of you. You internally approve of who you are and what you do.
Therefore, someone who is not self-confident requires other sources to validate themselves. So…
Neediness means you don’t trust in yourself and your own worth. You value the opinions of others over your own. You seek external approval of who you are and what you do.
Simply put, being needy is caring more about how people perceive you rather than how you perceive yourself. Because of it, your behaviors and actions will revolve around pleasing others rather than satisfying yourself.
By this definition, it’s not about the actions you take but why you take them. The intention behind your actions is what makes you needy. Therefore, any action can be needy or self-confident depending on the mindset of where it comes from.
How/why are college sports so big in America?
American football was made popular by colleges and universities, then the pro leagues formed, not the other way around. The colleges and universities spent many years and lots of money creating the market for American football. The pro leagues were formed to try to capitalize on that market. In fact, a popular anecdote is when the pro leagues were still in a fledgeling state, a college star named Jim Thorpe mentioned he was thinking of going pro, most thought he was kidding as the pro leagues were considered a joke. By the time the NFL became the powerhouse it is today, the college scene was a well entrenched participant.