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Natasha S

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He Said He Loves Me; I Asked Why

Har har har! The funny thing is, he said "You're probably going to blog about this, aren't you?" Anyway.Before he left for Vegas for his stupid game tournament (Evo2009), we were saying our goodbyes and I love yous.Here's how it went: Me: I love you

Him: I love you too.

Me: Really? You really love me? Him: Yes, I really do love you, with all my heart.

Me: Why?Then it became silent. He stuttered a bit.Him: I love you because, ..., uh, UGH! Why do you have to put me on the spot like that?!?Should I be upset that he can't tell me why he loves me? More Here...

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Why do parents lie to their children?

Awhile back, I read an interesting article about how parents repeat statements to their children to instill a false sense of hope, security and a drive to succeed. While well-intended, these idioms are still lies that can end up doing more harm than good. Sometimes, parents tell these lies because they themselves honestly believe in them. As such, I've decided to provide some prime examples of seemingly innocent, seemingly harmless white lies that kids still hear.

"As long as you try your best, that's what matters." Dear mom, I told this exact same thing to my instructor this evening after falling short of the B required to pass the class. She told me I needed to grow up... or was it "wake up and welcome to the real world"? Either way, I'm beginning to think that maybe, just maybe, my best doesn't really matter as much as you said. Why didn't you prepare me for this? Did you think this was a game, a practical joke?  More Here...

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Will the Real Racist Please Stand Up?

In the recent incident between a White Cop and a Black Professor, the question of race has once again, come to the front. *

There are two versions on this story:

ONE: White Cop shows up to a house where a break-in is suspected and finds a black man in grubby clothes, who becomes belligerent, threatening and uncooperative in response to the White Cop’s request for ID. White Cop repeatedly askes Black Professor to calm down, finally arresting Black Professor for disorderly conduct and threatening a police officer.

TWO: Black Professor opens door to White Cop, who barges into his home, demands ID, which Black Professor kindly gives him. White Cop ignores ID and arrests Black Professor for disorderly conduct when Black Professor attempts to peacefully state his rights and defend his home.

So, what do you think: Did White Cop stereotype Black Professor, assuming he was a criminal because he was black? Did Black Professor stereotype White Cop, assuming he was a racist because he was white? More Here...

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Confessions of a Skinny Girl

All my life I've been skinny. It's not my fault; I haven't done anything to become this way. I'm an active girl, I have a high metabolism. But I eat a lot and I've never once attempted to lose weight by starving myself or throwing up.Skinny girls have body issues too. I've been accused of being anorexic and bulimic several times. I've been denied the right to hanging out with one of my best friends because I was a "bad influence". Her mom wrongfully assumed I had an eating disorder.It seems like everyone is striving for skinny, but skinny isn't all that great. More Here...

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The Difference Between Trolling And Discussing

     I wouldn't think I would have to tell you this, but it seems some people have yet to grasp the concept. In a recent post, someone trolled and I really didn't appreciate it. This person will obviously try to pass me off as mad because he had such killer arguments, and I'm just mad because he disproved me and my friends, but it's not that at all. If you've followed me for any length of time you'll know that I encourage discussion and even if it leads to me being disproved than I'll take it because I'm out to learn and not necessarily prove that I'm always right.     Discussion is when someone asks a question or makes a statement to a fellow blogger, not even necessarily the host, and the fellow blogger answers the comment and begins talking in civil terms about the topic. Keep in mind, while discussing on a third party site, that they may not appreciate fifty comments coming from two people, so if it gets too long or the host asks you to leave than be sure to take it elsewhere. I personally don't mind if two people want to discuss for as long as they want on my site as long as they are keeping things low key and aren't using profanity, but some bloggers are not like me. Just be courteous and always keep in mind those around you. More Here...

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Reflections - Don't Let Life Pass You By

The following will make me sound like an I'm old woman, but it’s been something on my mind that I want to share with anyone and everyone who will listen!

I’m gonna be 21 this month! (whut whut!) but what the mess!? Since when did time start to fly so fast? I know it happened at some point…. but it’s so long ago I can’t remember. Where has the summer gone? The year? Where are the last 5 years?!?! I was just 17, reflecting on my last days of “childhood”. I was just 16, excited to get my license. I was just 14, counting down the days till I could get my drivers permit on a crudely made cardboard car with numbers on it, crossing off each day as they passed. 12, on the cusp of teenage-hood. 9, excited to be getting into the “double digits”. I was just 5, having a blast on merry go rounds and the sit-and-spin!!! WHAT THE HECK! At what point did I start to reminisce with friends and be able to say “man that was like 10 years ago!” More Here...

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How to Have Your Own Hello Kitty Wedding

I confess: I love Hello Kitty. And I'm 25.But while I'll cop to enjoying a stuffed animal or two, some people have such hots for HK that they incorporate her into the most sacred event of their lives: their weddings.Let's see how Hello Kitty maniacs have squeezed the cute character into every aspect of their big days. More Here...

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Heroes, Sung or Otherwise....

This morning the reporter mentioned the word "criminal" in conjunction with the cost to the city of Los Angeles for services provided for Michael Jackson's funeral. I didn't watch any of the public spectacle, but I wondered at it. I remember when other famous musicians and celebrities have died, but I don't remember much about their funerals, perhaps because those events were mostly private. I don't recall any government entity having to incur "criminal" costs of their behalf. Was Michael Jackson such a hero that he deserved this recognition, even in death? More Here...

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Losing Friends Through Social Networking Sites

I recently joined twitter and then I thought well now what's the point of someone asking me what I'm doing this weekend or what I've been up to because they can just look at my twitter page and find out.

Social networking sites make it so easy to keep in contact with friends and family, even meet new people, but how many of those people would you consider a real friend? I have over 250 friends on facebook. Now I don't add random people or accept friend requests from someone I don't know. At some point in life I've met and/or associated with all of my facebook friends, but out of all those people I probably only talk to and hang out with about 5 of them regularly. In real life, I probably wouldn't even consider many of them friends or even acquaintances. They're simply just facebook friends. More Here...

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Sports Coach , Dancer , Dance Choreographer

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Member Since May 21, 2009