Monday, May 30, 2005
Isn't it Awfully Good to have a Penis?
I suffered from vulvodyina for a year and a half. I became depressed and ended up in therapy and on several different anti-depressant (one for my brain and one for my vagina). I will write about this more eventually as it was a long and bumpy road.

For now I want to draw attention to an article from The Nation concerning the joys of having a penis.

For the complete article see here

On May 22 faces blushed scarlet in New York State when it came to light that over the past five years Medicaid has handed out free Viagra to 198 sex criminals. Apparently the state thought federal rules required no less. The next day, researchers released a study showing excellent results for Johnson & Johnson's dapoxetine, a drug that prevents premature ejaculation and intensifies the male orgasm. True, rapists' access to taxpayer-funded stiffies vanished within hours, and they will probably have to buy their own dapoxetine too. But you have to admit, men are moving right along, sexually. They have drugs to help them get up and stay in and get out in a shower of sparks, and an array of private and public health plans to pay for these fleshly maneuvers: Last year Medicaid laid out approximately $38 million for impotence drugs; Medicare will start providing them for seniors next year at an estimated cost of nearly $2 billion over the following decade. Even the Defense Department covers them. Need I add that men don't have to worry that their pharmacist will ask to see a marriage license or plug their name into the sex offender registry before handing over those little blue pills?

It took a year and half to figure out what was wrong with my vagina because there is no research into how to fix it, not because I was some freak....So how lovely to know that Gabillions of dollars are being spent trying to figure out how to keep my boyfriends penis hard (not that he has any problems with it) while I can't do much with it..

No, the double standard still waves over the nation's bedrooms. The only new birth control method coming up soon is actually a nostalgia item, the Today sponge, beloved by Seinfeld's Elaine, which will be returning to drugstores later this year. Two decades into the AIDS epidemic, the only woman-controlled means of protection against HIV--now the leading cause of death among black women age 25-34--is the aesthetically repulsive, cumbersome and hard-to-find female condom. Hormone replacement therapy, promoted since the 1950s as the fountain of feminine youth and sexual vitality, looks to be mostly hype, with the possibility of heart attack, stroke and breast or ovarian cancer.

And what about sex aids for women? Where's that female Viagra they're always promising us? Most newspapers didn't even report that in December an FDA panel turned down Procter & Gamble's application for Intrinsa, a testosterone patch intended to raise libido in women whose ovaries have been removed. The problem wasn't that Intrinsa didn't work (the panel voted 14 to 3 that the manufacturers' trials showed a meaningful improvement in desire and pleasure); the issue was health risks as well as the potential for "off-label use" by women who had simply lost their mojo. A "lifestyle drug" for women! Can't have that. Men, of course, have been known to use Viagra recreationally, and Viagra, moreover, is not without risk: It has been associated with fatal heart attacks and eye damage.

Please raise your hand if you DONT know a man that has taken viagra for recreational purposes? It has been the issue of several TV sitcoms as humorus "Oh look at his big erection, that he got using drugs without a perscription HAHA" Guess its not so funny if a woman actually enjoys sex.

Here's what gets me, though: FDA panelist Dr. David Hager voted against Intrinsa. Yes, that David Hager--the right-wing Christian Ob-Gyn accused of persistent marital rape by his former wife and now under scrutiny for his secret role, first revealed in The Nation, in killing over-the-counter status for emergency contraception. Maybe there are enough questions about Intrinsa's safety to justify the turn-down--but letting Hager vote on female sex drugs is like letting the Taliban vote on women's hemlines.

Please remember the article I let you know about from nuclear Beaver

It didn't have to be this way. When it first came out, it looked like Viagra was going to be women's best friend. So precipitately did private insurers and government programs rush to cover the magical impotence remedy, the longstanding refusal by many insurers to cover contraception stood out, finally, as indefensibly sexist. (Viagra coverage was justified because impotence makes men depressed--poor Bob Dole! As we all know, fear of pregnancy has no such effect on women.)

I have been permanently scarred by Bob Dole's viagra ads... The idea of that man coming at me with a stiffie...EEP!

Pushed by feminist activists, twenty-one state legislatures since 1998 have mandated that private insurers cover birth control the same as other drugs. Even in those states, however, coverage remains spotty, thanks to business-friendly loopholes. And federal coverage is far from perfect: Medicare, which insures not just the elderly but also many young disabled people, does not cover contraception.

While reading this all I could think of was the 30 dollars a month I had to shell out to pay for my birth control while living in Alabama...grrrrr....

The biggest threat to contraception, though, is the right-wing Christians who have put themselves in charge of the nation's wombs. (Viagra is pro-life, the Pill is pro-death--sperm rules!) It's not enough that they call emergency contraception--high doses of certain birth control pills, taken within seventy-two hours of intercourse--a "mini-abortion" (in fact, as I wrote last time, studies by the Population Council show that EC does not work by blocking implantation of a fertilized egg; it prevents ovulation). Now they've persuaded states to shift funds from family planning to "abortion alternatives." For the past two fiscal years and the upcoming one, Missouri has abolished state funding for family planning and boosted programs intended to encourage childbirth. More than 30,000 women who relied on state-funded birth control are now on their own--though if they get pregnant, the state will be happy to kick in some baby clothes or arrange an adoption. Likewise, the Texas legislature has just voted to divert funds from family planning to antichoice "crisis pregnancy" centers, and Minnesota is considering a similar move.

It's all enough to make a girl go on sex strike--at least until Intrinsa gets the OK. After all, as President Bush seemed to be suggesting in a photo-op with babies who had been "adopted" as abandoned embryos, why get hot and bothered when you can be implanted with one of the thousands of leftover embryos languishing in fertility-clinic freezers, and save that clump of cells from certain death in the lab? Yes, thanks to the wonders of reproductive science, if you pay attention in abstinence-only sex ed you too can have a virgin birth.

Bush's press conference full of "snowflake babies" made me want to throw up. I'm so glad that he is going to make it possible for me to have a baby with someone elses embryos since I couldn't handle sex without feeling like I was being stabbed in the vagina. Under his government it would probably be the only way I could get pregnant.

I feel like sex is a one sided thing in this country, its not enough that men don't have to worry about the pains of child birth, now we have to make sure their orgasms are longer and more satisfying. There is going to be a rude awakening when all the 60 year old women stand up and ask why it is that men their age get to keep having all this fabulous sex while we can't seem to find a way to make that possible for women without causing all kinds of cancer.


Just so everyone knows i'm not constantly in "femi-nazi" mode (as my brother would call it).. this bunny was in our yard, cutest thing ever.. If I didn't have the dogs I would have taken it in!!  Posted by Hello

Sunday, May 29, 2005
Grab a Coffee, This Could Take a While..
Since my frightening introduction to a certain blog community, I have been pondering on a lot of things that I have yet to figure out... I encourage those that read to explain and question, in order to help me better understand this quandary...

We live in a world where in Thailand unwanted girls are forced quickly into the pedophilia tourism industry, where in Turkey a 13 year old girl is forced to marry her rapist to protect her honor and in America where a 13 year old girl is let down by a system instituted to protect her until they see fit (please see previous posts for more information). What I don't understand is how in a age where such treacherous human rights violations are occurring there seems to be this uproar of people so incredibly consumed with the relationships and sex lives of others.

So when I hear about people, living in America, the land of the free and the home of the brave, getting all up in arms about gay marriage or homosexuality in general, I get a little miffed. I honestly just don't understand what their problem is no matter how many people I talk to....

Here are a few arguments I have heard, that I just don't get...

Marriage should be about procreation, and gay people can't have babies!

- huh? So should all those straight couples that got married and didn't do their duty by having kids revoked of their marriage? Last I checked, gay people were still HUMAN, why can't they have babies?

Gay Marriage diminishes my Marriage...

Now this is the one that reallllly throws me.. So because two men or two women are married, all of the sudden you love your spouse less? Your union is less respected because other people get to do it?

Homosexuality is a sin...
So are a ton of things (if you believe in sin), and what happened to "Those without sin cast the first stone".. Who are you to judge people that YOU decided were sinners? What about gluttony? Its killing a hell of a lot more people then 2 people loving each other.. That and certain religious groups are again confusing themselves with God.. They don't get to decide who is a sinner and who is and isn't going to "heaven"..

The only thing I can make out is in this current "terrorist alert" climate where everyone is afraid to leave their city and/or country there is this desperate need to control everything around us.. If gay marriage is allowed, then its just too much change for certain groups to handle....

What bothers me the most is that these people have all this hate, anger and energy geared towards a group that doesn't deserve it! Now I can concede that the average american might feel there is little they can do to protect young girls in Thailand or Turkey or any number of African nations.. That's fair.. So what about real injustice in America? How about Mexican girls being used as slaves in Texas? How about illegal immigrants being locked in a basement and used as indentured sex slaves to pay off their "debt" for being smuggled in the country in New Jersey??

Why can these people use this energy to fight for people that are actually being hurt instead of against people that aren't hurting anyone...

Anyone know any other reasons why this is such an issue? Cause I am truly at a loss...

- L

Saturday, May 28, 2005
Movers and Shakers..
Spent most of the weekend personalizing my blog...
Realized how much of my HTML I forgot as I wrote a template from scratch (well practically)..
Felt like a hermit crab, found the shell template I liked the most and then made myself at home inside, changing background color, font color, link color, footer, and threw a bunch of pictures/links on that i'm quite happy with....

Construction is still underway but the color scheme is set.. be kind...

Hope everyone is having a great long weekend..

Friday, May 27, 2005
happy things...
So I've been trying to send happy blogvibes lately as I feel as though I've been a downer lately...

So happy things...
- I love the look on my students faces when they I have made them feel special or laugh... I love when they know that they are special to me.
- The sound of my boyfriend's voice after a long hard day.
- When my dogs want attention and shove their face under my hand.
- Going for walks with my family and dogs, getting to see the changes around the neighbourhood.
- Walking to work, clearing my head before I get there, getting a chance to prepare myself for the day.
- Walking home from work, leaving all that stress at school, seeing all the lizards and bunnies on my walk home.
- Peanut Butter and Banana toast... best breakfast ever...
- Reading "Wicked" really really really good book
I don't know if this is real, as it is in Russian, but either way it is great
Click Here

- Great song, "Bring on the Men" by Linda Eder from the musical "Jekyll and Hyde"

Hope everyone has a great weekend...


Thursday, May 26, 2005
Lost Post..
So I wrote this long post, and it was lost in the blogisphere, never to be returned again....

Long story short, I had a great day... I miss the love of my life, he sent me a great card and it made me cry...

Great song: The Numa Numa Dance
Great website: especially for those of us that are Lost Fans
Try tracking flight 815....
Great Day....


Wednesday, May 25, 2005
Can't I walk down the street without being handed a bible?
So I'm walking home from work (a middle school in Southern California) and right outside the gates are 2 Gideons. Now I don't mind Gideons in theory, give free bibles to people in hotels, without their interpretation of it. That works with me, what doesn't is handing them out to kids. They asked me if I wanted the "Word of God". Now please don't get me started on how I feel about the bible as the "Word of God" save that one for another day. So they offer me their minature kool-aid orange bible and I say no, and question the legality of giving away bibles to middle schoolers and doing it INCHES from their property. They claimed they were okay and I didn't fight them on it.

10 feet later...

Guess what happens when you hand a book filled with a couple hundred very thin pages in it to middle schoolers? Thats right, bible droppings. Little shreds of bible everywhere. Now at the bottom of this hill are two churches with their parking lots facing the street, and they too are covered in bible pieces. The students are everywhere, bibles in hand, cause kids love free stuff.

The students surprised the Gideons even more. First they shredded the bibles, then they used them as weapons, throwing the bibles at students that disagreed them or had spats with them at school.

The children reminded me of Stephen Bennet. He has read the bible and uses it whenever you disagree with him, constantly refering to his bible, throwing it in your face if you dare go against his beliefs.

Religion vs. The Bible

As I kept walking I started to think about the idea of a child with a bible. On the one hand, they are reading and the stories can be kinda interesting. My problems don't stem with bibles no matter what religion. The actual text tends not to be that bad, its those that preach it. Those that read the bible and decide that they can judge others with their new found knowledge. They somehow confuse the story of Jesus' life with that of their own. All of the sudden they can tell me my best friend is going to hell for being jewish, but not their own father for beating them and being an alcoholic.

So a child with a bible, able to read it without being told what to think, without some perverse freak telling them what they should think about it.... Yea I could get into that...


Tuesday, May 24, 2005
Los Angeles Times May 24, 2005

"Turkey- 'Roja' was 13 years old when she was raped 2 years ago by a neighbour in this hardscrabble Kurdish province. In order to "cleanse her honor", she was forced to marry her attacker in an unoffical Islamic-style ceremony. "

- So already this is pretty bad, a 13 year old being FORCED into marriage by her attacker. All in the name of honor. But it gets worse

"He (the attacker of the 13 year old girl) was later convicted of raping a 7 year-old boy and he has been imprisoned"

- Okay, so now she can go home right? I mean her husband has been imprissoned and she is still very young, so logic would tell us she would be returned to her parents? Yea..... No.

"Roja's troubles were far from over, according to the account of her ordeal provided by her family and attourneys. She allegedly was raped AGAIN by her father-in-law, who she said she demanded she prostitute herself to earn her keep."

- All this pain and suffering before this poor gir is even 18. She has suffered trauma tha would ruin most women. But unfortunatly it gets worse.

"When Roja refused... a group of men held her down and sliced off her nose. Police raided their home after being tipped off by neighbors, who heard her cries. The men were briefly detained, then set free -- though they have since been rearrested."

When she fought back, they cut off her nose. She is 15, has been sexually abused and betrayed by all those that should protect her and to then they cut off her nose.

How close does it have to get to you before you realize it his happening?

Sunday, May 22, 2005
Why is food such an important thing in our lives? We bring food to people to welcome them to the neighbourhood, we bring food to those that are mourning, we celebrate with food for weddings, graduations, birthdays. Everything revolves around food. Eve Ensler interviewed an African woman who said "Americans have the worst relationship with food. You have more than you could ever possibly eat, and either you eat too much or too little".

Advertising teaches us that we should deprive ourselves by eating low-cal low-fat low-nutrition snack cakes. We should pump our bodies full of the latest alternative to sugar, never really enjoying what we eat, as it is only a substitute for what we really want. Yet at the same time we read articles saying how we should indulge ourselves every once and a while, because "were worth it".

What are we stupid? I mean we must be to buy all of these processed foods, to stuff ourselves and our children full of snack cakes and potato chips and candy bars. Doesn't it seem a little wierd that a Twinkie NEVER GOES BAD?!?!?! Why is it that advertisers manage to convince us that eating this crap is a good idea!

So recap....
1) We buy food that is bad for us, unnatural processed crap that should never meet our stomach.
2) We get fat from eating said food.
3) We buy even more processed and chemically enhanced food to make us skinny.

I'm reading a great book called "Deadly Persuasion" by Jean Kilbourne, all about how the advertising industry is killing the world.

If you haven't seen "Super Size Me".... do... it got me off beef, and on the road to becoming a vegetarian...

I want to run away, to a small country with no MacDonalds and lots of whole grains and food nature intended us to eat in order to make us strong and healthy.....

But I would probably miss Diet Coke and M and M's pretty damn fast.

Can't hold a good woman down
Thanks to all of you in my blog life and my actual life that showed your support, its been a great help.

My Nona has to be the strongest woman I know! It has been less than one week since her stroke, and she is already walking (with a walker for longer distances and on her own for shorter ones) speaking clearly and in great spirits. We are thinking she will be home by Tuesday, and I couldn't be happier!


Thursday, May 19, 2005
A selfish post
Well I've started to realize that people don't really know much about me. How about a few facts?
1) I'm 22
2) I've lived in Toronto, London (Ontario), Alabama, and California.
3) I'm a substitute teaching in California and have a full time position as an Aide in a classroom with students with behavioral issues.
4) I've moves around for school and for my family (they moved most recently to CA for my father's job) .

- so now with those out of the way, some more recent news. My gradmother on my father's side died last year on the day before my birthday. I am now reliving that (although it is not my birthday) with my other grandmother. She recently has surgery to prevent a stroke, and low and behold she had a stroke right afterwards. Kind of a damned if you do situation. She has been in and out of the hospital, now in.

Between her stroke and diabetes it has left her with little movement in her right side and very slurred speech. My mother is there with her, while I stay here and hold down the fort for my father and brother.
Before this happened so much was going on in my life, school and job issues, possible changes, but now everything seems so inconsequential.
I just want to crawl into bed with the dogs and hide from it all.


Monday, May 16, 2005
Your Revolution
First of all a humble thanks to Nuclear Beaver for introducing me to The Nation . It has brought me great excitment and happiness to read articles that actually deals with those I have addressed in my blog and in my everyday life. I think that those who read my blog will agree.

My fabulous feminist boyfriend (to whom my vday friends bestowed an honorary vagina) introduced me to a brilliant and breathtaking song. Sarah Jones is my new hero. Here are the lyrics to her song...

Your Revolution

Your revolution will not happen between these thighs
Your revolution will not happen between these thighs
Your revolution will not happen between these thighs
Will not happen between these thighs
Will not happen between these thighs
The real revolution ain't about bootie size
The Versaces you buys
Or the Lexus you drives
And though we've lost Biggie Smalls
Maybe your notorious revolution
Will never allow you to lace no lyrical douche in my bush
Your revolution will not be you killing me softly with fujees
Your revolution ain't gonna knock me up without no ring
And produce little future M.C.'s
Because that revolution will not happen between these thighs
Your revolution will not find me in the back seat of a jeep
With L.L. hard as hell, you know
Doing it and doing and doing it well, you know
Doing it and doing it and doing it well
Your revolution will not be you smacking it up, flipping it or rubbing it down
Nor will it take you downtown, or humping around
Because that revolution will not happen between these thighs
Your revolution will not have me singing
Ain't no nigger like the one I got
Your revolution will not be you sending me for no drip drip V.D. shot
Your revolution will not involve me or feeling your nature rise
Or having you fantasize
Because that revolution will not happen between these thighs
No no not between these thighs
My Jamaican brother
Your revolution will not make you feel bombastic, and really fantastic
And have you groping in the dark for that rubber wrapped in plastic
You will not be touching your lips to my triple dip of
French vanilla, butter pecan, chocolate deluxe
Or having Akinyele's dream, um hum
A six foot blow job machine, um hum
You wanna subjugate your Queen, uh-huh
Think I'm gonna put it in my mouth just because you
Made a few bucks,
Please brother please
Your revolution will not be me tossing my weave
And making me believe I'm some caviar eating ghetto
Mafia clown
Or me giving up my behind
Just so I can get signed
And maybe have somebody else write my rhymes
I'm Sarah Jones
Not Foxy Brown
You know I'm Sarah Jones
Not Foxy Brown
Your revolution makes me wonder
Where could we go
If we could drop the empty pursuit of props and the ego
We'd revolt back to our roots
Use a little common sense on a quest to make love
De la soul, no pretense, but
Your revolution will not be you flexing your little sex and status
To express what you feel
Your revolution will not happen between these thighs
Will not happen between these thighs
Will not be you shaking
And me, [sigh] faking between these thighs
Because the real revolution
That's right, I said the real revolution
You know, I'm talking about the revolution
When it comes,
It's gonna be real
It's gonna be real
It's gonna be real
When it finally comes
It's gonna be real

I can't wait to see the great things that will come from Ms. Jones. I am excited to hear that University courses have lesson plans based on the lyrics to this song.

Join the Revolution.

Sunday, May 15, 2005
Needing a second opinion
So I'm looking to take my last full credit of computer science so I can become a teacher, and I need a second opinion (hopefully 4 or 5)...

I've taken these courses

Computer Science 026a/b -- Computer Science Fundamentals I:

This course provides an introduction to the basic concepts of computer programming and program design. It is intended for students who have little or no experience with computer programming, or for those who feel that Computer Science 025a/b may be too advanced for them. It is aimed at students in the Faculty of Science and those who intend to study Computer Science in senior years.
Object oriented programming skills will be developed using the programming language Java. Topics covered include: the basics of computer architecture, the programming constructs and concepts needed for problem solving (variables, operators, assignment statements, loops, conditional statements, subprograms, parameter passing), principles of algorithm and program development (top-down design, modularity, documentation, object-oriented design), searching and sorting techniques.
Weekly lab exercises provide guided, hands-on experience with programming. Assignments are completed by students on their own time.

Computer Science 031a/b -- Introduction to Computing and Communications Software:
This course provides an introduction to computer-based problem solving for personal and business computing environments. Topics that will be introduced are: word processing, spreadsheet applications, database systems, presentation applications, electronic communications (e-mail, networks, the Internet), application design, and computer organization.
CS031a/b can be counted toward a Computer Science degree, provided that it is taken before any 200-level CS course. The skills learned in this course can be of great practical benefit to most university students, regardless of their degree objectives.
Exercises are assigned weekly, to provide hands-on experience with the applications packages and computing concepts studied in the course.

And I'm debating taking these, do you think this would be considered too similar?

Computer Science (COMP) 200

Introduction to Computing and Information Systems
COMP 200 is designed as a three-credit course to cover fundamentals of information systems, and to serve as an introduction to, and prerequisite for, a program in Computing and Information Systems. The course will cover basic hardware concepts; the structure (or architecture) of computers; the software hierarchy from systems software to application programs; and information systems concepts and development.
In Comp 200 students will be expected to use a combination of locally-installed and external electronic materials to develop skills needed for further study in the field. This will include downloading, installing and using specialized software tools and setting pathing parameters to allow programs to access their components and files. Because this is a preparatory course for further study in CS, the level of technical content and difficulty in Comp 200 is fairly high.
COMP 210 is recommended as more appropriate for students not majoring in CIS (check your program regulations and transfer credit agreements where appropriate).

Thanks for the help people!!


No need to blog today, Nuclear Beaver said it all...

Monday, May 09, 2005
Have I mentioned how much I HATE applications? I reallly do. There is something about them that makes me just wanna go for a root canal, because I think it would be better than filling out applications.

I used to think that it was the idea of change that made me scared of applications. Like if I fill out a form, all of the sudden my life would change. Its kinda true though right? We fill out applications, insert first name here, last name here, middle initial there. We write carefully and try to get the right piece of ourselves into the right box, and then we put the applications in the mail, or hand them to the supervisor, and wait.

We apply for our education, jobs, IRS, DMV, we apply for passports, birth certificates, we apply for everything, everything we need to prove we exist.

The worst part about applications for me is the size. I'm supposed to fill my life into your tiny box? I mean honestly? What can a person really know about someone from an application? That my handwritting is sloppy, for one.

So here is me on paper:

I'm 22.
I've been to 3 high schools.
I went to one university, and 2 others for extra credits.
In the past year I have had 3 employers.
I'm a Canadian Citizen
I have no criminal record.

How well do you think you know me now?

Saturday, May 07, 2005
So much to do, and all I want to do is read
I'm at a loss....
I want to post something meaninful and insightful, but I've got nothing. So how about some randomness on a Saturday night...

My face has broken out again, 4 pimples... IUD's SUCK! Never had acne in my life, now all of the sudden I have to deal with constant breakouts grrrrrrrr.

My boyfriend has stolen my life, I moved to California June of last year, and he lives back home in Toronto. He went to London this weekend (where I went to college and he grew up) and had coffee with my friends. Have to admit I was a little jealous. Guess I'm happy my boyfriend and my best friend hang out, just wish I was there.

I'm getting fat again I'm hoping thats related to my period and not more stress weight. Mind you teacher appreciation week and all its milano cookie goodness certainly has not been good for my waistline.

I'm actively researching moving to Australia to get my B.Ed, looks like I will have to take more courses here if I want to pull it off. Starting to wonder if its all worth it. Do I reallllllly want to teach computer science to high schoolers? ick.

I'm sitting on the couch, with my two dogs, laptop in hand, trying to find something interesting in the world!


Tuesday, May 03, 2005
Mrs. Brightside
Feeling a little better about the whole Florida abortion issue. I suppose that the last thing this poor girl needs is the Shaivo media whores with duct tape on their mouths and bombs in their hands.

Steady work has made me more calm. I get to relax in the knowledge that I don't need to go hunting very soon for work that I know I will hate (you know, coffee-slave).

Work is demanding though, I'm an aide in a middleschool class full of students with behavioural issues. They have been through 4 aides this year. We are doing the standardized testing this week to prove if the students have been doing anything all year and if the teachers lose their jobs. The principal walked in and said that it was a waste of time to test these children because they were all going to fail anyway. what happened to "no child left behind?"

Do you know the difference between "behavioural issues" and "special education"?
"Special education" means that the children have identified learning disabilities, and often have support from home.
"behavioural issues" means that the children cannot be kept in a regular class because they act out. They act out because they are not receiving any attention at home. Most of them come from broken homes, several parents have had their rights dissolved, some are alcoholics, and others just throw money at them instead of helping them with their homework.
Many of my students are in grade 8 and can't read. One I haven't met yet because she was suspended for smoking pot on campus.

My job isn't incredibly physically demanding, but I have never been so tired in my entire life.

This week is teacher appreciation week, and I while I appreciate all teachers, I admire and am in awe of all that teach those that are truly left behind.

Hug a teacher

Jesus, Allah, Buddah, Spongebob.. Thanks to them!
There is a god, I don't know who s/he is but I know she is up there somewhere
Abortion lives to see another day..

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