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Children, Dad, and Family: Our Family To everyone who has left the page in the past few days over my comment of: “This is what happens when you don’t beat your kids” in my last viral video I say this..... How is it that people such as you can say you are leaving due to my in your opinion “child abuse” comments and then turn around and wish assault, rape, and sodomy on my children as you are leaving? It’s funny to me that the people that preach tolerance and friendship with your children instead of being their ACTUAL parent are the first to wish harm on others, and be the most intolerant of any ideas other than their own. You see while the rest of the world is worried about what bathroom their kids are gonna use, teaching that feelings matter more than hard work-discipline, and that if you whine hard-long enough you’ll get your way..... I’m more concerned about teaching my children how to be actual adults and prepare them for this cold, hard, and unforgiving thing called LIFE! One thing I also teach my kids...is that there are lines in which you do not cross. Wishing harm on children is one of those lines...maybe you should try to be an ACTUAL parent and remember what that ACTUALLY means. I’m not perfect, I’m not always right, and I don’t expect you to agree with me always.... But I will be the first one to protect your children and especially mine from harm...... So what do you call people that say they are mad about something, but then wish worse on you? Hypocrisy? Nope....that’s just American Logic in 2018👍🏻 RANT OVER! -Graham🇺🇸 *PS......to All the people that left: Good Riddance, I never wanted people like you here anyway. children dad daughter son real
Children, Dad, and Family: Our Family
To everyone who has left the page in the past few days over my comment of: “This is what happens when you don’t beat your kids” in my last viral video I say this..... How is it that people such as you can say you are leaving due to my in your opinion “child abuse” comments and then turn around and wish assault, rape, and sodomy on my children as you are leaving? It’s funny to me that the people that preach tolerance and friendship with your children instead of being their ACTUAL parent are the first to wish harm on others, and be the most intolerant of any ideas other than their own. You see while the rest of the world is worried about what bathroom their kids are gonna use, teaching that feelings matter more than hard work-discipline, and that if you whine hard-long enough you’ll get your way..... I’m more concerned about teaching my children how to be actual adults and prepare them for this cold, hard, and unforgiving thing called LIFE! One thing I also teach my kids...is that there are lines in which you do not cross. Wishing harm on children is one of those lines...maybe you should try to be an ACTUAL parent and remember what that ACTUALLY means. I’m not perfect, I’m not always right, and I don’t expect you to agree with me always.... But I will be the first one to protect your children and especially mine from harm...... So what do you call people that say they are mad about something, but then wish worse on you? Hypocrisy? Nope....that’s just American Logic in 2018👍🏻 RANT OVER! -Graham🇺🇸 *PS......to All the people that left: Good Riddance, I never wanted people like you here anyway. children dad daughter son real

To everyone who has left the page in the past few days over my comment of: “This is what happens when you don’t beat your kids” in my last v...

Apparently, Church, and Community: akira @akiratoska 3h 1) 1 am angry that no one outside of Toronto's LGBT+ community is talking about what's happening right now 2) I am angry that the Village, my one safe place, is no longer safe 3) I am angry that queer people are being targeted 4) 1 am afraid for the safety of my drag family 93 t5 11 akira @akiratoska Here is all of the information could find about what is going on in Toronto's Gay Village right now. I will update this thread if I learn anything new, and I will post links to relevant articles below ALL AVAILABLE INFORMATION Tess Richey y related) A 22-year-old woman named Tess Richey went missing on Saturday, November 25th. She had been out in the Village with a friend (at the drag bar Crews & Tangos). They left the bar around 1:30 a.m. and met up with an unknown man and woman and hung out r na ban and woman previously Rhy ws a seenbrof days, at least three people (2 women and approached them claiming to be an Uber dri oetederessive, wanting them to get into his car. It's ongoe lat llage area or in the lsabella/Sherbourne area friend at 4 am on Saturday, at which point her friend went home. Around 4 a.m., Richey ordered an Uber but never got in. On Wednesday, November 29th, Richey's dead body was found in the Village aleyway, apparently metres away from the place she was last seen. On Thursday morning, the poice said in a statement that the death was "ndt suspicious:however, an autopsy revealed that the cause of Rochey's death was neck compression, and her death has now been ruled a homicide and is currenty being investigated as such An excerpt from a CTV artdle: "Police have descnibed the "unknown male" last seen with Richey as white and approximately 57 to 6 tal, with a slim build and short, RED/WORD OF MOUTH Other confirmed missing people w other young women/trans peoplelnb peopl a in the past few days, a couple of whom we een any official statements about this; l've o t want to cause more fear than necessary bu Two other women have also recently gone missing around the same area. Joan Lenahan, 33, was last seen in the Jarvis/Queen area on Sunday, November 26, 2017 at 11:13 a.m. Christine Shaheen, 35, was last seen in the Universty Gerrard area on Tuesday, November 28th at 4 pm Gay men going missing from the ChurchWellesley Village In the past few months, at least 11 gay men have gone missing from the Village area Many were men of colour. There has been speculation with in the community of a serial kiler but there's no real information about that. Oficials say that there is a great deal of information which cannot be released in relation to this investigasion The latest news article I could find about this was from August 4, 2017 ALL AVAILABLE INFORMATION Tess Richey A 22-year-old woman named Tess Richey went missing on Saturday, November 25th. She had been out in the Village with a friend (at the drag bar Crews & Tangos). They left the bar around 1:30 a.m. and met up with an unknown man and woman and hung out outside of the woman's house on Dundonald street for some time. It is not known whether or not they knew the man and woman previously. Richey was last seen by her friend at 4 a.m. on Saturday, at which point her riend went home. Around 4 a.m., Richey ordered an Uber but never got in On Wednesday, November 29th, Richey's dead body was found in the Village (Church/Wellesley area) in an alleyway, apparently metres away from the place she was last seen. On Thursday morning, the police said in a statement that the death was "not suspicious, however, an autopsy revealed that the cause of Richey's death was neck compression, and her death has now been ruled a homicide and is cutly being investigated as such. An excerpt from a CTV article: "Police have described the "unknown male" last seen with Richey as white and approximately 5'7" to 6' tall, with a slim build and short, light-coloured hair." Other confirmed missing people Two other women have also recently gone missing around the same area. Joan Lenahan, 33, was last seen in the Jarvis/Queen area on Sunday, November 26, 2017 at 11:13 a.m. Christine Shaheen, 35, was last seen in the University/Gerrard area on Tuesday, November 28th at 4 p.m. Gay men going missing from the ChurchWellesley Village In the past few months, at least 11 gay men have gone missing from the Village area. Many were men of colour. There has been speculation within the community of a serial killer but there's no real information about that. Officials say that "there is a great deal of information which cannot be released in relation to this investigation". The latest news article I could find about this was from August 4, 2017 Man posing as Uber driver (possibly related) In the past couple of days, at least three people (2 women and 1 man) have said that a man in a black car approached them claiming to be an Uber driver and was "unusually persistent" and aggressive, wanting them to get into his car. It's unclear whether this happened in the Village area or in the Isabella/Sherbourne area. UNCONFIRMEDIRUMOUREDWORD OF MOUTH l've heard that a few other young women/trans people/nb people have also gone missing from the Village area in the past few days, a couple of whom were potentially sex workers. I haven't seen any official statements about this; I've only heard through word of mouth and I don't want to cause more fear than necessary but I figured it's worth mentioning akira akiratoska 2h Replying to @akiratoska Articles about the death of Tess Richey cbc.ca/news/canada/to... ctvnews.ca/canada/toronto.. 6 akira @akiratoska 2h News releases about the two other missing women torontopolice.on.ca/newsreleases/3 torontopolice.on.ca/newsreleases/3. 4 akira akiratoska 2h Latest article about gay men having gone missing from the Village torontoist.com/2017/08/growin... 34 4 missfame: https://twitter.com/akiratoska/status/937858659371094016 ‼️ PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS ‼️ STAY INFORMED EVERYONE AND STAY SAFE ‼️
Apparently, Church, and Community: akira @akiratoska 3h
 1) 1 am angry that no one outside of
 Toronto's LGBT+ community is talking
 about what's happening right now
 2) I am angry that the Village, my one
 safe place, is no longer safe
 3) I am angry that queer people are
 being targeted
 4) 1 am afraid for the safety of my drag
 family
 93 t5 11

 akira
 @akiratoska
 Here is all of the information could
 find about what is going on in
 Toronto's Gay Village right now. I will
 update this thread if I learn anything
 new, and I will post links to relevant
 articles below
 ALL AVAILABLE INFORMATION
 Tess Richey
 y related)
 A 22-year-old woman named Tess Richey went missing on Saturday, November 25th.
 She had been out in the Village with a friend (at the drag bar Crews & Tangos). They left
 the bar around 1:30 a.m. and met up with an unknown man and woman and hung out
 r na ban and woman previously Rhy ws a seenbrof days, at least three people (2 women and
 approached them claiming to be an Uber dri
 oetederessive, wanting them to get into his car. It's
 ongoe lat llage area or in the lsabella/Sherbourne area
 friend at 4 am on Saturday, at which point her friend went home. Around 4 a.m., Richey
 ordered an Uber but never got in.
 On Wednesday, November 29th, Richey's dead body was found in the Village
 aleyway, apparently metres
 away from the place she was
 last seen. On Thursday morning, the poice said in a statement that the death was "ndt
 suspicious:however, an autopsy revealed that the cause of Rochey's death was neck
 compression, and her death has now been ruled a homicide and is currenty being
 investigated as such
 An excerpt from a CTV artdle: "Police have descnibed the "unknown male" last seen with
 Richey as white and approximately 57 to 6 tal, with a slim build and short,
 RED/WORD OF MOUTH
 Other confirmed missing people
 w other young women/trans peoplelnb peopl
 a in the past few days, a couple of whom we
 een any official statements about this; l've o
 t want to cause more fear than necessary bu
 Two other women have also recently gone missing around the same area. Joan
 Lenahan, 33, was last seen in the Jarvis/Queen area on Sunday, November 26, 2017 at
 11:13 a.m. Christine Shaheen, 35, was last seen in the Universty Gerrard area on
 Tuesday, November 28th at 4 pm
 Gay men going missing from the ChurchWellesley Village
 In the past few months, at least 11 gay men have gone missing from the Village area
 Many were men of colour. There has been speculation with in the community of a serial
 kiler but there's no real information about that. Oficials say that there is a great deal of
 information which cannot be released in relation to this investigasion The latest news
 article I could find about this was from August 4, 2017

 ALL AVAILABLE INFORMATION
 Tess Richey
 A 22-year-old woman named Tess Richey went missing on Saturday, November 25th.
 She had been out in the Village with a friend (at the drag bar Crews & Tangos). They left
 the bar around 1:30 a.m. and met up with an unknown man and woman and hung out
 outside of the woman's house on Dundonald street for some time. It is not known
 whether or not they knew the man and woman previously. Richey was last seen by her
 friend at 4 a.m. on Saturday, at which point her riend went home. Around 4 a.m., Richey
 ordered an Uber but never got in
 On Wednesday, November 29th, Richey's dead body was found in the Village
 (Church/Wellesley area) in an alleyway, apparently metres away from the place she was
 last seen. On Thursday morning, the police said in a statement that the death was "not
 suspicious, however, an autopsy revealed that the cause of Richey's death was neck
 compression, and her death has now been ruled a homicide and is cutly being
 investigated as such.
 An excerpt from a CTV article: "Police have described the "unknown male" last seen with
 Richey as white and approximately 5'7" to 6' tall, with a slim build and short,
 light-coloured hair."
 Other confirmed missing people
 Two other women have also recently gone missing around the same area. Joan
 Lenahan, 33, was last seen in the Jarvis/Queen area on Sunday, November 26, 2017 at
 11:13 a.m. Christine Shaheen, 35, was last seen in the University/Gerrard area on
 Tuesday, November 28th at 4 p.m.
 Gay men going missing from the ChurchWellesley Village
 In the past few months, at least 11 gay men have gone missing from the Village area.
 Many were men of colour. There has been speculation within the community of a serial
 killer but there's no real information about that. Officials say that "there is a great deal of
 information which cannot be released in relation to this investigation". The latest news
 article I could find about this was from August 4, 2017

 Man posing as Uber driver (possibly related)
 In the past couple of days, at least three people (2 women and 1 man) have said that a
 man in a black car approached them claiming to be an Uber driver and was "unusually
 persistent" and aggressive, wanting them to get into his car. It's unclear whether this
 happened in the Village area or in the Isabella/Sherbourne area.
 UNCONFIRMEDIRUMOUREDWORD OF MOUTH
 l've heard that a few other young women/trans people/nb people have also gone missing
 from the Village area in the past few days, a couple of whom were potentially sex
 workers. I haven't seen any official statements about this; I've only heard through word
 of mouth and I don't want to cause more fear than necessary but I figured it's worth
 mentioning

 akira akiratoska 2h
 Replying to @akiratoska
 Articles about the death of Tess Richey
 cbc.ca/news/canada/to...
 ctvnews.ca/canada/toronto..
 6
 akira @akiratoska 2h
 News releases about the two other
 missing women
 torontopolice.on.ca/newsreleases/3
 torontopolice.on.ca/newsreleases/3.
 4
 akira akiratoska 2h
 Latest article about gay men having
 gone missing from the Village
 torontoist.com/2017/08/growin...
 34
 4
missfame:
https://twitter.com/akiratoska/status/937858659371094016 

‼️ PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS ‼️ STAY INFORMED EVERYONE AND STAY SAFE ‼️

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Ash, Dad, and Desperate: HELLO, EUERYOnE. I WANT TO REACH OUT TO YOU GUYS FOR HELP. EUEN A LITTLE. PLEASE CONSIDER BELOW knightingaleforce: Hello guys, Ash/Gale here. Oofff……okay this is hard for me to have to put this up because first I don’t want to come off as desperate and second, I’m so tired and stressed about this that I haven’t even slept. I’m hoping some followers on this blog could help spread the word, it’s really important. Today at the vet, I was advised to take my cat Oliver to a specialist because in the past few days he has hasn’t been his normal self. The pic above is when he was still healthy – but now he is no longer able to move as much, only able to hold himself up for a mere few seconds, then giving up and sinking to the floor. He now hasn’t eaten much for days. The vet cannot assess what’s wrong with him unless they look at an MRI scan, which is costly. And this is where I ask for financial help. The link below will direct you to a gofund page. I’d appreciate any help, truly! https://www.gofundme.com/kittyoliver I’m afraid leaving Oliver in his somewhat vegetated condition will only make things worse for him. My dad, who is more concerned about the costs (and rightly so, because we only live from paycheck-to-paycheck) suggests to euthanize Oliver. And that is not something I want to do. He is part of our family and an immense joy stress-reliever for my mom especially. To have to put him down just because of this is heartbreaking to me. Please, even if you can’t donate any amount, just reblogging helps a TON. I’m so sorry this is so out of the blue, but it would mean so much to me 😞 THanks so much.
Ash, Dad, and Desperate: HELLO, EUERYOnE.
 I WANT TO REACH OUT TO YOU
 GUYS FOR HELP. EUEN A LITTLE.
 PLEASE CONSIDER BELOW
knightingaleforce:

Hello guys,
Ash/Gale here.
Oofff……okay this is hard for me to have to put this up because first I don’t want to come off as desperate and second, I’m so tired and stressed about this that I haven’t even slept. I’m hoping some followers on this blog could help spread the word, it’s really important.
Today at the vet, I was advised to take my cat Oliver to a specialist because in the past few days he has hasn’t been his normal self. The pic above is when he was still healthy – but now he is no longer able to move as much, only able to hold himself up for a mere few seconds, then giving up and sinking to the floor. He now hasn’t eaten much for days. The vet cannot assess what’s wrong with him unless they look at an MRI scan, which is costly. And this is where I ask for financial help. The link below will direct you to a gofund page. I’d appreciate any help, truly!
https://www.gofundme.com/kittyoliver
I’m afraid leaving Oliver in his somewhat vegetated condition will only make things worse for him. My dad, who is more concerned about the costs (and rightly so, because we only live from paycheck-to-paycheck) suggests to euthanize Oliver. And that is not something I want to do. He is part of our family and an immense joy  stress-reliever for my mom especially. To have to put him down just because of this is heartbreaking to me.
Please, even if you can’t donate any amount, just reblogging helps a TON. I’m so sorry this is so out of the blue, but it would mean so much to me 😞 THanks so much.

knightingaleforce: Hello guys, Ash/Gale here. Oofff……okay this is hard for me to have to put this up because first I don’t want to come off...

Asian, Bad, and Baseball: OLD NAWY Josh Clark Something has been weighing pretty heavily on me the past few days. I have had a few small discussions on the issue, but haven't gotten too far into it. I wanted to share this, not for attention, but because I thought it needed to be done It's no big secret to my friends that I love to hunt, fish, camp and do pretty much anything outdoors. I have always considered myself to be a country boy stuck in the city. One of the ways that I used to show pride for my lifestyle was wearing t-shirts with the Confederatel Rebel flag on them. In high school, I even had a bumper sticker on my truck that read "Keep It Flying". I had grown up seeing the flag regularly, and although I had seen it used in negative ways on occasion, I chose to accept the "Heritage not Hate" and "Pride not Prejudice" interpretation of the flag. If you had asked me back then, I would've told you that it was a symbol of southern pride and had nothing to do with racism I was raised pretty close to downtown Nashville and grew up with kids of all races with all kinds of backgrounds. I played baseball, basketball and football on teams where sometimes whites were minorities. I am very thankful for this. As I continue to grow and learn, I realize that we tend to fear things just because we don't understand them Because of where and how I was raised, background. I was able to realize that we are all the same underneath. I have had white friends, black friends, Asian friends, Middle Eastern friends, Latino friends, Christian friends, Muslim friends, Atheist friends, etc. Thankfully, I have never had a racist bone in my body I never feared people of other color or It wasn't until well into my college years when I began to start thinking for myself. I no longer let the people I was raised by tell me how to view every issue and tried my best to be more open-minded. I believe that one of the most important things for us to do as humans is to try putting ourselves in others' shoes before we make any kind of judgement. Although I never meant anything racist by sporting the Confederate flag, I couldn't help but think of what some of my black friends thought about it. I really can't think of a time that I was confronted about it. Did it not offend them? Were they too nice or afraid to confront me about it? The more I researched about the history of the flag, the worse I felt. What I had been told about its history was wrong. Thousands of southerners still fly the flag with no racist intent. They still defend the good things they've been told about the flag. They, like I once was, are WRONG. The flag is a symbol of a way of life that was wrong. Not that it needs to be stated, but slavery is one of the most evil and cruel things this world has ever seen. The Confederate flag represents this evil. Where is the pride in that? The Confederate flag is also a sign of division. How can you truly be a patriot of this country and fly this flag? Do we really need to fly a flag to show that we are southern, or that we like to hunt and fish, especially when it's offensive to so many? It is not a kind thing, a good thing, or the right thing to do To those against removing the flag, I do not think you are a bad person. I know what it once meant to me. I do, however, challenge you to do your research. Step outside of what your family taught you and be open-minded. Even if you believe in a different history lesson, is flying a flag worth the pain it causes others? Please try to view these issues from the other side of the argument. To those I may have offended in the past, who never confronted me, I apologize. I was WRONG As our country continues to move forward on equality issues, I believe the only place for the Confederate flag is in our history books mysharona1987: This is great. 👏👏👏 👏
Asian, Bad, and Baseball: OLD NAWY

 Josh Clark
 Something has been weighing pretty heavily on me the past few days. I have had a few
 small discussions on the issue, but haven't gotten too far into it. I wanted to share this, not
 for attention, but because I thought it needed to be done
 It's no big secret to my friends that I love to hunt, fish, camp and do pretty much anything
 outdoors. I have always considered myself to be a country boy stuck in the city. One of
 the ways that I used to show pride for my lifestyle was wearing t-shirts with the
 Confederatel Rebel flag on them. In high school, I even had a bumper sticker on my truck
 that read "Keep It Flying". I had grown up seeing the flag regularly, and although I had
 seen it used in negative ways on occasion, I chose to accept the "Heritage not Hate" and
 "Pride not Prejudice" interpretation of the flag. If you had asked me back then, I would've
 told you that it was a symbol of southern pride and had nothing to do with racism
 I was raised pretty close to downtown Nashville and grew up with kids of all races with all
 kinds of backgrounds. I played baseball, basketball and football on teams where
 sometimes whites were minorities. I am very thankful for this. As I continue to grow and
 learn, I realize that we tend to fear things just because we don't understand them
 Because of where and how I was raised,
 background. I was able to realize that we are all the same underneath. I have had white
 friends, black friends, Asian friends, Middle Eastern friends, Latino friends, Christian
 friends, Muslim friends, Atheist friends, etc. Thankfully, I have never had a racist bone in
 my body
 I never feared people of other color or
 It wasn't until well into my college years when I began to start thinking for myself. I no
 longer let the people I was raised by tell me how to view every issue and tried my best to
 be more open-minded. I believe that one of the most important things for us to do as
 humans is to try putting ourselves in others' shoes before we make any kind of
 judgement.
 Although I never meant anything racist by sporting the Confederate flag, I couldn't help
 but think of what some of my black friends thought about it. I really can't think of a time
 that I was confronted about it. Did it not offend them? Were they too nice or afraid to
 confront me about it? The more I researched about the history of the flag, the worse I felt.
 What I had been told about its history was wrong. Thousands of southerners still fly the
 flag with no racist intent. They still defend the good things they've been told about the
 flag. They, like I once was, are WRONG. The flag is a symbol of a way of life that was
 wrong. Not that it needs to be stated, but slavery is one of the most evil and cruel things
 this world has ever seen. The Confederate flag represents this evil. Where is the pride in
 that? The Confederate flag is also a sign of division. How can you truly be a patriot of this
 country and fly this flag? Do we really need to fly a flag to show that we are southern, or
 that we like to hunt and fish, especially when it's offensive to so many? It is not a kind
 thing, a good thing, or the right thing to do

 To those against removing the flag, I do not think you are a bad person. I know what it
 once meant to me. I do, however, challenge you to do your research. Step outside of what
 your family taught you and be open-minded. Even if you believe in a different history
 lesson, is flying a flag worth the pain it causes others? Please try to view these issues
 from the other side of the argument.
 To those I may have offended in the past, who never confronted me, I apologize. I was
 WRONG
 As our country continues to move forward on equality issues, I believe the only place for
 the Confederate flag is in our history books
mysharona1987:
This is great.
👏👏👏 👏

mysharona1987: This is great. 👏👏👏 👏

Love, Movie, and Time: InshOt i know i reblogged this alot over the past few days this my last time but damni love this movie (esp this scene)
Love, Movie, and Time: InshOt
i know i reblogged this alot over the past few days this my last time but damni love this movie (esp this scene)

i know i reblogged this alot over the past few days this my last time but damni love this movie (esp this scene)

Club, Family, and Football: Iniesta: "Few days before El Clasico, Ronaldinho called me after midnight, he said: "Andres, I know that it is 3am but I have to tell you something, I will leave Barca in June, my borther has closed a deal with Real Madrid, they have offered crary numbers so I cannot say no. You are young, I know you can understand me. But please, do not tell anyone about it, do not tell any other player or the club, I trust you more than anyone else, do not let me down. Goodnight Andres!" Ronaldinho didn't give me a chance to respond. The next day, we were at the training ground and I could feel something unusual going on around me. Everyone was acting weirdly, everyone was hugging Ronaldinho like never before. Then El Clasico day arrived, we were in our dressing room at the Bernabeu, Ronaldinho started speaking to all of us: "Boys, today we play a very important game, they are strong but in the past few days I have realised that we are a family, I have called each one of you after a midnight and told you all that I will leave to Real Madrid in June, and none of you revealed my secret. After that, I realised that we are all ready to suffer on the inside for each other. I will stay here in Barca for many more years. Now, let's get out to the pitch and give Real Madrid a football lesson." In that night, Ronaldinho delivered one of his greatest performances at the Bernabeu, he scored two goals against Real Madrid and was applauded by the Bernabeu. Must read this amazing story of Ronaldinho!
Club, Family, and Football: Iniesta: "Few days before El Clasico, Ronaldinho called me after midnight, he said:
 "Andres, I know that it is 3am but I have to tell you something, I will leave Barca in
 June, my borther has closed a deal with Real Madrid, they have offered crary numbers
 so I cannot say no. You are young, I know you can understand me. But please, do not
 tell anyone about it, do not tell any other player or the club, I trust you more than
 anyone else, do not let me down. Goodnight Andres!"
 Ronaldinho didn't give me a chance to respond. The next day, we were at the training
 ground and I could feel something unusual going on around me. Everyone was acting
 weirdly, everyone was hugging Ronaldinho like never before. Then El Clasico day
 arrived, we were in our dressing room at the Bernabeu, Ronaldinho started speaking
 to all of us: "Boys, today we play a very important game, they are strong but in the
 past few days I have realised that we are a family, I have called each one of you after
 a midnight and told you all that I will leave to Real Madrid in June, and none of you
 revealed my secret. After that, I realised that we are all ready to suffer on the inside
 for each other. I will stay here in Barca for many more years. Now, let's get out to the
 pitch and give Real Madrid a football lesson."
 In that night, Ronaldinho delivered one of his greatest performances at the Bernabeu,
 he scored two goals against Real Madrid and was applauded by the Bernabeu.
Must read this amazing story of Ronaldinho!

Must read this amazing story of Ronaldinho!

Asian, Bad, and Baseball: OLD NAWY Josh Clark Something has been weighing pretty heavily on me the past few days. I have had a few small discussions on the issue, but haven't gotten too far into it. I wanted to share this, not for attention, but because I thought it needed to be done It's no big secret to my friends that I love to hunt, fish, camp and do pretty much anything outdoors. I have always considered myself to be a country boy stuck in the city. One of the ways that I used to show pride for my lifestyle was wearing t-shirts with the Confederatel Rebel flag on them. In high school, I even had a bumper sticker on my truck that read "Keep It Flying". I had grown up seeing the flag regularly, and although I had seen it used in negative ways on occasion, I chose to accept the "Heritage not Hate" and "Pride not Prejudice" interpretation of the flag. If you had asked me back then, I would've told you that it was a symbol of southern pride and had nothing to do with racism I was raised pretty close to downtown Nashville and grew up with kids of all races with all kinds of backgrounds. I played baseball, basketball and football on teams where sometimes whites were minorities. I am very thankful for this. As I continue to grow and learn, I realize that we tend to fear things just because we don't understand them Because of where and how I was raised, background. I was able to realize that we are all the same underneath. I have had white friends, black friends, Asian friends, Middle Eastern friends, Latino friends, Christian friends, Muslim friends, Atheist friends, etc. Thankfully, I have never had a racist bone in my body I never feared people of other color or It wasn't until well into my college years when I began to start thinking for myself. I no longer let the people I was raised by tell me how to view every issue and tried my best to be more open-minded. I believe that one of the most important things for us to do as humans is to try putting ourselves in others' shoes before we make any kind of judgement. Although I never meant anything racist by sporting the Confederate flag, I couldn't help but think of what some of my black friends thought about it. I really can't think of a time that I was confronted about it. Did it not offend them? Were they too nice or afraid to confront me about it? The more I researched about the history of the flag, the worse I felt. What I had been told about its history was wrong. Thousands of southerners still fly the flag with no racist intent. They still defend the good things they've been told about the flag. They, like I once was, are WRONG. The flag is a symbol of a way of life that was wrong. Not that it needs to be stated, but slavery is one of the most evil and cruel things this world has ever seen. The Confederate flag represents this evil. Where is the pride in that? The Confederate flag is also a sign of division. How can you truly be a patriot of this country and fly this flag? Do we really need to fly a flag to show that we are southern, or that we like to hunt and fish, especially when it's offensive to so many? It is not a kind thing, a good thing, or the right thing to do To those against removing the flag, I do not think you are a bad person. I know what it once meant to me. I do, however, challenge you to do your research. Step outside of what your family taught you and be open-minded. Even if you believe in a different history lesson, is flying a flag worth the pain it causes others? Please try to view these issues from the other side of the argument. To those I may have offended in the past, who never confronted me, I apologize. I was WRONG As our country continues to move forward on equality issues, I believe the only place for the Confederate flag is in our history books mysharona1987: This is great.
Asian, Bad, and Baseball: OLD NAWY

 Josh Clark
 Something has been weighing pretty heavily on me the past few days. I have had a few
 small discussions on the issue, but haven't gotten too far into it. I wanted to share this, not
 for attention, but because I thought it needed to be done
 It's no big secret to my friends that I love to hunt, fish, camp and do pretty much anything
 outdoors. I have always considered myself to be a country boy stuck in the city. One of
 the ways that I used to show pride for my lifestyle was wearing t-shirts with the
 Confederatel Rebel flag on them. In high school, I even had a bumper sticker on my truck
 that read "Keep It Flying". I had grown up seeing the flag regularly, and although I had
 seen it used in negative ways on occasion, I chose to accept the "Heritage not Hate" and
 "Pride not Prejudice" interpretation of the flag. If you had asked me back then, I would've
 told you that it was a symbol of southern pride and had nothing to do with racism
 I was raised pretty close to downtown Nashville and grew up with kids of all races with all
 kinds of backgrounds. I played baseball, basketball and football on teams where
 sometimes whites were minorities. I am very thankful for this. As I continue to grow and
 learn, I realize that we tend to fear things just because we don't understand them
 Because of where and how I was raised,
 background. I was able to realize that we are all the same underneath. I have had white
 friends, black friends, Asian friends, Middle Eastern friends, Latino friends, Christian
 friends, Muslim friends, Atheist friends, etc. Thankfully, I have never had a racist bone in
 my body
 I never feared people of other color or
 It wasn't until well into my college years when I began to start thinking for myself. I no
 longer let the people I was raised by tell me how to view every issue and tried my best to
 be more open-minded. I believe that one of the most important things for us to do as
 humans is to try putting ourselves in others' shoes before we make any kind of
 judgement.
 Although I never meant anything racist by sporting the Confederate flag, I couldn't help
 but think of what some of my black friends thought about it. I really can't think of a time
 that I was confronted about it. Did it not offend them? Were they too nice or afraid to
 confront me about it? The more I researched about the history of the flag, the worse I felt.
 What I had been told about its history was wrong. Thousands of southerners still fly the
 flag with no racist intent. They still defend the good things they've been told about the
 flag. They, like I once was, are WRONG. The flag is a symbol of a way of life that was
 wrong. Not that it needs to be stated, but slavery is one of the most evil and cruel things
 this world has ever seen. The Confederate flag represents this evil. Where is the pride in
 that? The Confederate flag is also a sign of division. How can you truly be a patriot of this
 country and fly this flag? Do we really need to fly a flag to show that we are southern, or
 that we like to hunt and fish, especially when it's offensive to so many? It is not a kind
 thing, a good thing, or the right thing to do

 To those against removing the flag, I do not think you are a bad person. I know what it
 once meant to me. I do, however, challenge you to do your research. Step outside of what
 your family taught you and be open-minded. Even if you believe in a different history
 lesson, is flying a flag worth the pain it causes others? Please try to view these issues
 from the other side of the argument.
 To those I may have offended in the past, who never confronted me, I apologize. I was
 WRONG
 As our country continues to move forward on equality issues, I believe the only place for
 the Confederate flag is in our history books
mysharona1987:
This is great.

mysharona1987: This is great.

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Birthday, Definitely, and Memes: NDIKE
hey guys, sorry for being so inactive over the past few days. I've just been so busy and as it's my birthday today I've not been on much. I'll definitely be back tomorrow. ❤

hey guys, sorry for being so inactive over the past few days. I've just been so busy and as it's my birthday today I've not been on much. I'...