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    Quote Originally Posted by katinahat View Post
    Omg!!! Hahahaha!!!

    Funny moment-- So we were briefly speaking again with Scott's mom (no need to worry-- we're already not on speaking terms again, supriiiise) and she goes, "UGH! Did you hear that they actually PASSED a law legalizing marijuana out here?!" She's in Colorado, where we lived and are still registered to vote. We're all, "Uh. Yeah, yeah we heard that." Awkwardness? We voted for the law.

    I'm looking for GIFs but can find nothing as awesome as yours





    Just to deviate to the awesome that is Dany.
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    Just to deviate to the awesome that is Dany.
    I haven't seen the show, but I'm about halfway through the first book. It's pretty badass! I'm afraid to get close to any of the characters, though, because I'm afraid that they'll die
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetvanity View Post
    The idea is that its supposed to be a lesson in empathy.

    The term "abnormal" is ambiguous and changes as the culture changes. It used to be abnormal for women to work outside the home, and wear pants for anything non-chore related. As for homo/hetero-sexuality, homosexuality was dropped from the DSM in the 1970's, I believe. Meaning it is not a psychosocial aberration.




    In many instances, its true that a lot of bullies grow up in abusive environments. Others just grow up in environments where the wielding of power over others is a coveted or celebrated trait. Many interventions focus as much on changing the bully's behavior, as much as it does focussing on the psychological well-being of the targeted individual. The cycle doesn't progress as linearly as you propose, however. And it certainly does not excuse the behavior in any way, shape or form.
    This. And what linz said.

    It was a very well done emotional appeal. Very moving. I cried.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulCupcake View Post
    This. And what linz said.

    It was a very well done emotional appeal. Very moving. I cried.
    Me too! With some issues, emotional appeals are the best solution.
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