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Only creepxs want to date me
Shauna introduces herself saying: “If you were to look at me, you would think I’m just a normal little girl, doing normal little girl things with my fun, crazy family.”
Adding: “But the truth is I’m not a little girl. I’m a woman, a 22-year-old woman stuck in the body of an eight-year-old.”
Only creeps want to date me
Uber driver is charged with raping female passenger as she slept
Cannibal charged with eating Grindr date’s genitals
Teen Charged with Homicide After Toddler Was Reportedly Squeezed to Death
Woman and her Tinder date forced to isolate together
Florida man charged with attempted murder for strangling a woman with a SHOELACE
Peter Rosello is charged with a battery misdemeanor
Teen Brothers Beat Stepfather to Death Using Brass Knuckles for Alleged Sexual Abuse
Horrifying robot plays basketball at Olympics
Maybe all Team USA basketball needs is a robot.
At halftime of its loss to France on Sunday, a towering, scary robot wearing a No. 95 jersey drained a half-court shot and deep 3-pointers.
Horrifying robot plays basketball at Olympics
How The Brady Bunch Destroyed Parenting For a Generation
It?s not such a stretch then to suggest that a popular TV program, such as The Brady Bunch, might have had a significant impact on how people have raised their children since. Millions of people have grown up watching The Brady Bunch, and many have seen it either as the perfect version of normal, or as the way they wished that they were raised in their own childhood. Would it influence the way they might one day raise their own children?
I think so.
Yet if we look at kids today, we see evidence of a pronounced lack of discipline. I submit that a generation of people who were raised on The Brady Bunch might come to see some legitimacy in the weak response from the TV parents, as though it?s somehow the enlightened course of action.
I also submit that it?s that kind lack of discipline that has contributed to an explosion in the number of incarcerations. Some 65 million people in the US have criminal records; is it too far-fetched to connect the dots between a lack of discipline in the home, and the need for the criminal justice system to do in adult life what the parents wouldn?t do in childhood?
Real life isn?t The Brady Bunch, and it?s beyond silly to think that that kind of non-discipline has any use at all. Sadly, it seems to have become the new normal in American households today.
Out Of Your Rut
Lambasted during my generation and enforced in today's parenting world. Huh? 14-Apr-2020
‘Learn. Protect your children from clergy.’ The ABC’s Revelation reveals a tragic story
The ABC’s Sarah Ferguson has taken us into a place where most Christians have not wanted to go – up close and very personal with pedophile Christian leaders in her series Revelation on the ABC. The series focuses in scarifying detail on abuse by pedophile Catholic Priests.
Chrissie Foster, who has seen extreme family tragedy from clergy pedophilia, tells Eternity her response to Revelation: “If you have a child in the Catholic system you will learn that your child is worthless to the Catholic priesthood.
“If you have had doubt about the guilt of Catholic clergy over child sexual assault, you will learn that the hierarchy do nothing to stop child sexual assault after complaints.
“Oral rape of children …
“You will learn that clergy live a public life as a holy man and in private a life as a crime figure.
“You may have the Christian values they preach, but they don’t.
“Learn. Protect your children from clergy.”
Why You Shouldn't Use The Wi-Fi In Your Airbnb, According To A Hacker
Most Airbnb users book stays with no major issues. But staying in a stranger’s house means you inevitably make yourself vulnerable to some risks, some of which have included scams, hidden cameras and discrimination. It can be hard to let your guard down while renting an Airbnb ? and you shouldn’t, even if everything seems to check out.
That’s because there could be another danger lurking in your rental that’s harder to detect: the Wi-Fi.
Beware The Wi-Fi
You probably know to use extra caution when using public Wi-Fi networks such as those at your local coffee shop or the airport. Even when a password is required to access the network, you’re at risk of a number of different kinds of attacks, according to Jason Glassberg, an “ethical hacker” and co-founder of Casaba Security.
'Brady Bunch' Episode Fuels Campaigns Against Vaccines — And Marcia's Miffed
As the number of measles cases nationwide rises to levels not seen since before the virus was declared eliminated in 2000, some people who oppose vaccines cite an odd cultural reference as evidence that the concern about measles is overblown: a 1969 episode of The Brady Bunch.
Some former Brady Bunch cast members aren't happy about it.
The episode "Is There a Doctor in the House?" features the whole family sick with measles. First, Peter gets sent home from school. Mother Carol Brady, played by Florence Henderson, describes his symptoms as "a slight temperature, a lot of dots and a great big smile," because he gets to stay home from school for a few days.
Once the rest of the six kids come down with measles, the youngest two Brady siblings fool around, with Bobby trying to color Cindy's measles spots green.
"If you have to get sick, sure can't beat the measles," sister Marcia says, as the older Bradys sit around a Monopoly board on one of the kid's beds. All the kids are thankful they don't have to take any medicine or, worse, get shots, the thought of which causes Jan to groan.
People who are critical of vaccines bring the episode up often. It's used in videos and memes and is cited by activists like Dr. Toni Bark, who testifies against vaccines in courts and at public hearings across the United States. To them, it aptly illustrates what they consider to be the harmlessness of the illness.
Do You Really Think "The Brady Bunch" Was Real?
Can the Apple TV 4K be a cord-cutter's only streaming device?
I cut the cable cord roughly three years ago and I’ve never regretted it. I have, however, accumulated a small village of set-top boxes, media sticks, Chromecasts, gaming consoles, and just about any other HDMI-connected rectangle that can spit out a Netflix stream. For the past two weeks, however, I put all of them on hold and committed fully to the Apple TV 4K. At $179 (for the 32GB model, the 64GB box pushes the price to $200), it costs almost twice as much as the excellent Roku Ultra, which means it should do just about everything the average cord cutter desires.
Is your TV up for it?
Before you read any further, you should consider whether or not your TV is ready for a box like this. The extra money you’ll spend on the 4K model (Apple sells a non-4K version for $149) leverages TV features like 4K resolution and HDR color. If your TV isn’t equipped with those features, you’re probably better off sticking to the lower model unless you’re willing to pony up for a new display, too.
Netflix is raising its prices
Get ready to pay just a bit more for your Netflix subscription.
The streaming video service will be raising prices on its middle and top tier plans in the U.S. starting in November. Subscribers who currently pay for the standard $9.99 service will be charged $10.99. The price of the premium tier will rise from $11.99 to $13.99.
Good news for people on the basic $7.99 plan—that price is staying put, for now.