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Your Questions About If You Choose To Pull The Trigger

December 8, 2012
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Steven Your Questions About If You Choose To Pull The Trigger

Steven asks…

In this situation, would you choose your husband or your child?

So, my brother has court tomorrow. He has court for 3rd degree assault. He pointed a gun at my daddy and threatened to kill him.

My mom is dumb enough to try to bring him back home. This isn’t the first time he’s done something like this, he’s always been physically abusive to me and my parents. One time he hit my dad in the head with a baseball bat, he’s busted my mom’s lip open, he’s stood over my parent’s bed at night threatening to kill them, he threatens to burn the house down, he’s hit me many times. Please keep in mind, I’m a 15 year old girl. I have scars from cutting myself because of him. Also, whenever he pointed the gun at my dad, my dad had just broke his hip at work, so he was conpletely defensless.

He is a week from turning 17, so the state is trying him as an adult. My mom is sooooo scared her sweet little boy will go to jail. The way I see it, if you‘re man enough to point a gun at your 70 year old handicapped father, you should be man enough to go to jail and get your @$$ kicked a few times. My mom said she’s going to tell the judge he didn’t do it.

He’s in foster care right now, if he comes home I’m scared for mine and my parents’ life. My mom is stupid enough to let him come home, my dad is going to say he doesn’t want him home if he’s gonna keep acting that way, I don’t know if I can testify because of my age. I know she loves him, he’s her son, I just can’t believe she’d pu herself and her whole family in danger because of him. He could have easily pulled the trigger and killed my daddy that day, I will never, ever forgive him for that!

What would YOU do if you were in my mom’s shoes?

admin answers:

I grew up with the same issue, except it was my dad being violent towards my grandma. My grandpa would call the cops and he’d go to jail, but she’d bring him right back in to our home for history to continue to repeat itself. 20 years later and she still bails him out of his problems. Now,my grandpa isn’t here to stop her. If you’re mom doesn’t let your brother take resposability for his actions he’s headed for a life of trouble. She’s not helping him, she’s destroying him! You can testify, it’s your home too. If your mom continues to let these types of things happen you could eventually be put in foster care. Maybe if theres a relative you can stay with, you could let your mom know how you feel and that you can’t be apart of this. What’s going to happen if next time he kills your father? There’s no saving her sweet little boy from that.

Carol Your Questions About If You Choose To Pull The Trigger

Carol asks…

What do you think of…?

This poem I wrote?

It’s called ‘Should I pull the trigger?’

Should I pull the trigger?
Or do it with a knife?
‘cause if I’m quite honest,
It was a wretched life.

But to torture or to kill,
That is the only question.
For I do not know my will.
But, only one suggestion.

A Sharp blade covers my hand,
A trigger in the other.
But of which path should I choose?
For one I once called brother.

If only I could have changed it,
Then he wouldn’t die from my blade.
And he wouldn’t die from my trigger,
For only then, would he be saved.

Should I pull the trigger?
Or do it with a knife?
‘Cause once only shall I,
End this once wretched life.

—-
And before you ask, no i’m not an emo, I just wanted to try out a different genre, so I chose hatred.

What do you think? Good? Bad? Are there any places I should expand on?

Thanks x

admin answers:

Oh yes, these would be killer lyrics. Better than some of the trite shit my ears are occasionally assaulted with. Anything by Hinder, for example. : )

You’re an excellent writer, though. Who cares if anyone thinks you’re emo? Fuck them. Good luck.

Lizzie Your Questions About If You Choose To Pull The Trigger

Lizzie asks…

If you were facing a criminal with a knife in your face, would you rather…?

use a product of technology and science, like a pistol, to protect yourself, or clutch the holy bible and invoke your faith.

I’ll promise you this much… if pulling the trigger could save your life, and you choose to stand there and pray, you will die.

THIS is the REAL real dividing line between what people CLAIM they believe, and what they really believe. Despite what many think, religious faith in our society is a luxury, and one that most people abandon at the moment of truth.

When all else fails, people will cry to god, but by that time they are in a pure survival instinct mode, and will say anything. When given the possibility of being rescued by the hands of technology, people inevitably ask to be saved by technology.

If you ever get to witness the hypocrisy of “faith” you will understand what I mean.

admin answers:

Ninja (which you are clearly NOT),

So, using your line of logic, those christians who get sent off to war are hypocrites if they use anything but the Bible to defeat their enemy?

Use of a weapon by someone with the ‘luxury’ of religious faith would be wrong, simply due to their faith?

Let’s take this a bit farther…by using your thinking, christians who are fatally injured that are saved by life saving technology must be a hypocrite simply because they were not saved by their faith alone?

Your argument is full of holes…which leads me to believe that you are either incredibly young or naieve…most likely both.

This is a very thinly veiled anti-christian rant.

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Your Questions About An Impaired Immune System

December 1, 2012
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James Your Questions About An Impaired Immune System

James asks…

Possible concussion, but scared of going to the doctor without good reason?

Hi there,

I’m a twenty year old female. I work in a school with autistic children, and the about 44 hours ago, I was hit several times, hard, around the head, by a student. I didn’t lose consciousness, but he also got my arm, which bruised immediately (just to give a guide as to the strength of these hits for better reference).

I walked home to clear my head, and went to sleep almost immediately after getting home, because… Well, I’d just done an eleven hour night shift, I was tired. I went back into work the next night, but I’ve had a really bad headache ever since, and it’s still with me. I was standing earlier, and I sort of stumbled slightly. In addition to this, my gaze went funny earlier, but only once. I’m also still really tired.

I don’t like going to the doctor’s, because they have a habit of sending you packing. I mean, the last time I went, my doctor told me I had a chest infection and that it would clear up in 2-3 weeks and sent me off without giving me anything to help, despite me explaining the kind of job I do, and how some of the students have impaired immune systems. That was about two months ago, and I still have trouble breathing. So if anybody with medical knowledge could tell me this isn’t likely to be something worth going about, I’d rather avoid going.

I’d appreciate the help. Thank you.

admin answers:

Don’t go to see a regular doctor then if he/she is the get you in and out in 2 minutes type. Go see a neurologist instead. You are dealing with concussion symptoms and you don’t want to treat them lightly. I was fine with mine for 2 days then everything went to heck in a hand basket and I had to relearn how to get dressed. If you can’t get an appt with a neurologist, go to the ER. The neurologist will most likely want an MRI or a CT scan done anyway. If you do have concussion symptoms that last longer than a week start looking for a neurologist with brain injury expertise. It will make all the difference in the world for your recovery. I spent the first 8+ months with a bozo. When I finally got to see an expert it gave me hope and it was like a breath of fresh air.

Good luck to you.

Nancy Your Questions About An Impaired Immune System

Nancy asks…

Can you guess this drug facts?

Common side effects of ___________ include severe acne, arterial blockages, and hair loss.
____________is absorbed directly into your bloodstream and can increase your risk for cancer and heart disease.
Each year an estimated__________ people under the age 21 die from alcohol related injuries.
____________is the leading preventable cause of death in this country.
____________ (found in marijuana) impairs the immune system‘s ability to fight off infectious diseases and cancer.
____________steroids are used primarily to build muscle mass.
____________speeds up the central nervous system.

admin answers:

THC impairs the impairs the immuune system`s ability to fight off infectious diseases and cancer.
Methamphetamines speeds up the central nervous system.

Helen Your Questions About An Impaired Immune System

Helen asks…

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate?

I read this on web MD about complications of getting the measles:
——-
Complications from measles include ear infection and, in rare cases, pneumonia, strep throat, diarrhea, and encephalitis. In extremely rare cases, encephalitis can result in permanent brain damage and death.

If a pregnant woman gets measles, she has a greater chance of miscarrying her baby, delivering her baby prematurely, or delivering a stillborn baby. But measles infection does not cause birth defects.

Infants, older adults, people who have impaired immune systems, and people who have poor nutrition are at a higher risk for complications.
——-

So it is either the very slight possibility of your child getting autism(which has not been proven) or the possibility of death from not vaccinating a child. With all the recent outbreaks in measles how do you feel about this situation? Why or why not?

admin answers:

My three year old nephew is autistic and my sister in law believes it’s from the vaccinations. He is such a sweet little boy and although autism is horrible I’d much rather him have that then have him get a serious illness from not getting vaccinated. I think every child should get vaccinated, sure there is a risk of becoming autistic, but it’s far better than the risk of losing your child. My sister in law decided to wait to have my other nephew vaccinated until he’s five. I think that’s a good alternative.

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Your Questions About Carnitine

November 4, 2012
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Donald Your Questions About Carnitine

Donald asks…

Has anyone had success in taking l-carnitine before working out?

I’ve lost 25 pounds in the last six months,but I still need to lose about 10 more.

admin answers:

YES!!. But you take it as a 4-6 week course, not only just before training. Aftere the 4-6 weeks, you have a 1-2 week carnitine free period. It makes that you can keep on crunching a bit longer thus you have more exercise effect. You are still the one doing the hard work though, it is not a miracle cure.

Ken Your Questions About Carnitine

Ken asks…

what is L-carnitine fumarate, as a nutrient, what does it do for the human body? Where is it found?

Is it a supplement or found in other supplements?

admin answers:

If u wana lose weight at home without exercising……the best way to lose weight .

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and u will find so many tips for weight loose and weight loose reciepes.u can try them and lose weight at home easily.

Betty Your Questions About Carnitine

Betty asks…

Does L-Carnitine work for long-term fat (and/or weight) loss?

my sister has been taking it for a while now, and has lost inches off her entire body. she doesn’t exercise, and doesn’t eat breakfast, but has still managed to maintain that body for quite some time now. all i want to know is- will it last?

(plus, it just seems too good to be true)

admin answers:

Hi.

L-carnitine is good supplement, but if you do not combine it with proper training and nutrition or do not have nature good physic it won’t help you so much.

It is some kind of thermogenetic. It helps burn more fats during cardio if you take it before it (30min).

I don’t know what else to say. Look at the article below. It is about L-carnitione:

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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Lazy Eye

September 24, 2012
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Donald Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Lazy Eye

Donald asks…

Can allergies effect you even though are not experiencing symptoms?

I was wondering if there are people who experience the effects of allergies even though they are not being acutely affected by them. What I mean is the sneezing, runny eyes, cough, itching etc is not there, and I feel pretty normal most of the time. However, I experience a lot of fatigue and brain fog. Can’t remember names or things I was just working on. Don’t feel like my whole concentration is always there. I feel very tired and exhausted especially in the afternoon. I feel run-down, lazy, no motivation, and have difficulty staying focused on anything. Now the things I can rule out is that I’m not depressed, I exercise twice a week, eat moderately well, and take vitamins. I am overweight and some of those symptoms remind me of insulin resistance, but I wanted to see if anyone else has ever had problems like these with allergies. Thanks for all of your imput.

admin answers:

Yes, I’ve had those run down feelings before with allergies. I think it has to do with the histamine level in your body. Allergy symptoms can vary widely, and brain fog is generally how my allergies start, followed by achy joints, itchy eyes, and runny nose.

Alavert tabs really seem to work for me, especially when I don’t have full blown allergies. For some reason, I seem to be growing out of my allergies! I wish the same for you.

Mark Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Lazy Eye

Mark asks…

**Please help me** I feel like my family life is falling apart!?

I’m afraid I’m being an over-dramatic teenager but I really feel like jumping off a building right now.
My dad’s been away for 6 months, he CHOSE to go and sit in an office on the other side of the world, and know he’s just sauntered back and being really mean to me. I’ve got a perfect BMI and weight 7.5 stone, but he says I’m getting fat and he’s putting me on a stupidly strict diet and exercise routine. He’s constantly lecturing me about how he deserves a better daughter because I’m not sensible enough, smart enough, careful enough… I want to be a singer but he keeps telling me to get real because I “can’t sing and I’m too lazy to do anything so you’ll end up being a dish-washing housewife” which really hurt me because I have a lot of dreams in life. He constantly makes me feel like crap. Take our last conversation:

Dad: “Did you get the gift bag for the present yesterday?”
Me: “No, sorry I forgot.”
D: “Well you should have remembered, if you could be bothered.”
M: “It’s in the past now dad, let’s not over-react, I can pick one up today.”
D: “Don’t f*cking tell me what to do, you should have remembered instead of going on facebook.”
M: “Dad, it’s not my fault, I mean you didn’t remember either!
D: “I don’t have to remember you’re the one who bought the f*cking present! You’re so useless!
M: “Sorry, I’ll just get one today, I’ll walk to the shop, OK?
D: “How f*cking dare you speak to me like that, I wouldn’t speak to my parents like that and I’m 45. Just get out of my sight. I’ll sort things out, as usual, you insolent little *****.”

That’s how most of our conversations go, so I’ve just stopped speaking to him when I don’t have to, cos I mean why would I want to if that’s all I get? And now he’s calling me hormonal and moody and antisocial and I just can’t win. So then I chat to him and he rolls his eyes and goes “oh NOW you want to talk to me, what do you want, money?” (even though I never ask him for money.)

And now he’s getting all like “oh claudia, you don’t love me, you got bored of me whilst I was gone, why don’t you go f*ck off back to your new dad” (my mum has got a new partner) “because he’s better than me anyway isn’t he?”

And I’ll go “of course not dad, he’s not my dad, you are.” And then he’ll just change the subject and go off on something else, like he always yells at me because I quit boarding school to live at home and go to a local school, saying “you’re so rebelious and too stupid to appreciate something good, go and do drugs with your new chav gang-mates from the chav pit you call your new school but don’t come crying to me when you end up being a bin lady.”

I just can’t win! He won’t leave me alone so when I try and go to my mum’s house he starts like, getting all emotional and trying to kiss me and say he’s sorry and that if I was a better daughter I wouldn’t try and go and stay with my mum instead! It’s evil cos I missed him whilst he was gone but now I just wish he’d go away again!

And now my mum has split up with my stepdad. I really loved him, possibly more than my real dad (!!!) but now he’s got depression so my mum broke up with him, I’m never going to see him again probably, or his dog who I now saw as my dog, or his son who I saw as my brother. We’re moving out of our fabulous fairytale house and what I had of a family is wrecked all over again!!! We’re going back to another shitty apartment and I just feel suicidal because I feel like wherever I turn there’s a dead end. I knew my mum and stepdad would break up eventually, cos I don’t sugar coat things, I know there’s no such thing as a love that never lasts, I mean everybody breaks up the end, but maybe I was hoping to be proved wrong.

I just have nowhere to escape to and all I want to do is run away but I don’t know where’d I go or anything! I know I’m being ungrateful because I have such a good life and everything but right now all I’ve got is tatters of what was a promising new family, and a dad that hates me. The only person I seem to have right now is my best friend, and she’s moving to scotland in two weeks! What the f*ck am I going to do with my life? Sorry for being a whiny teenager etc etc, but PLEASE help me?

admin answers:

What you need to do is build up the motivation to distract yourself with extra curricular activities and do the best you can in school. Make new friends, and try to build up a positive attitude. If your mom asks you to do something, do it and don’t be afraid to open up to her about your frustrations. As far as your dad, do as he says as well but if he complains, let it go in one ear and out the other. Seriously, don’t take what he says seriously, and if it does become a bigger problem, tell your mom about it. Tell her how he makes you feel and that you want to stay with her.

You need to keep in mind that life will always be a challenge, because life IS suffering. What’s important though, is how you handle those challenges, and keeping yourself busy by doing productive things will help immensely. Help with the move, pack and organize while listening to your favorite songs, sing as much as you want, and dance as much as you want. DON’T let anyone tell you, you can’t do anything either. If you want to be a singer? Go for it, but you can’t get anywhere with a negative attitude and a negative outlook on life. There are famous artists and actors that have had a tougher life than you. How did you think they got where they are? Motivation and a positive attitude.

I honestly believe you can turn this situation around, and wish you the best of luck.

James Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Lazy Eye

James asks…

My Rat Terrier has allergies…?

My Rat Terrier is always itchy, we’ve tried every type of food, she gets lots of exercise, we’ve treated her for demodex mange and ringworm thinking that might be the problem but didn’t help. I give her her flea and tick stuff every month. She scratches under her armpits, her chin, her eyes and she drags her belly across the carpet. These symptoms, I’ve read, are characteristic of allergies and not parasites… She’s not in terrible shape or anything but I can tell the itchyness makes her depressed and lazy. Are there any Rat Terrier owners out there with similar problems? At this point I’m thinking of putting her on a daily anti-allergy medicine, I don’t want to be giving her benadryl every day. Is there a dog equivalent of something non-drowsy like claritin that I can give her every day, that way I can ask the vet about it when I take her in for her rabies shot. I don’t have the money for allergy tests, plus like I said we’ve tried all different kinds of food with no improvement. Please, no smart aleck or holier than thou posts, I take good care of my dog.
Thanks!
Sorry If I sound like a jerk, any ideas are welcome I just don’t want answers like “you shouldn’t have a dog if you can’t afford the allergy tests, you are a horrible person”… thanks in advance to anyone with any ideas!!!
BTW right now I am feeding her Evangers Beef Dinner w/ Chunks canned dog food.

admin answers:

Humm- the itchy witchies as you have found out can be caused by any number of things. We are going through the same at our house, it is high allergy season & even I am having a difficult time this year.

We are bathing with a Tea Tree & Aloe Vera shampoo and rinsing with a 50/50% solution of Raw Apple Cider vinegar (found at health food stores). I have seen a dramatic difference in all of them this week. We will repeat the cycle next week. Additionally, Hylands (also found at health food stores) makes a anti itch pill for hives that I have used in the past.

You may want to revisit the food allergy issue. Here is an infomative link about Rat Terriers and itchy skin. Http://www.ehow.com/how_4530504_treat-rat-terriers-that-have.html

Dealing with the itchy witchies is very frustrating. Hope she feels better soon.

Susan Nejman
Afghan Hound Rescue of California

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Your Questions About If You Choose To Pull The Trigger

September 11, 2012
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Lisa Your Questions About If You Choose To Pull The Trigger

Lisa asks…

This article from the Dallas Morning News about “DIVERSITY” was in the paper a few days ago. What do you think

By Trey Garrison / Special Contributor

When I made the hard decision to forgo buying a house in Dallas (and the easy decision to avoid the Potemkin village of DISD), I knew I was gonna get it. The thing is, I really wanted to live in Dallas, but we just couldn’t do it. So we chose Plano.

Once we pulled the trigger, the judgments came a-flyin’. Mainly it was from friends who are, well, urban yokels. You know the kind – hipper-than-thou provincialists, for whom where you reside in relation to a municipal taxing boundary defines you. (Fine, guys, you take the trendy bars and the home invasions; I’ll take the bland corporate sports grill and the gated community. We’ll split the teen heroin problem.) This was fine. Friends tease you like that. But then I started getting comments from readers at one of my other publications about “diversity,” whatever that means. Apparently, in choosing a house in one of the top school districts in the country, in a suburb where the poverty rate is low and the median income is high, I was guilty of the high crime of white flight.

My humbled, guilty reaction consisted of two words: “So what?”

I mean, what the heck does diversity mean? Some of my new neighbors in Plano include people from Thailand, Armenia, India, Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Colombia and the Ukraine, but apparently that doesn’t count. And when a school is 85 percent white, it’s not diverse, but when it’s 85 percent Hispanic, it is?

I was scolded that my daughter, by being in a Plano school, would be sheltered from – nay, ill-equipped for – life in the real world.

Well, yeah. Probably. The real world is a lot bigger than Dallas, bigger than (Sam Houston, forgive me) Texas, and bigger than the United States. The majority of the real world is dirty, violent, poor and absent indoor plumbing and two-ply toilet paper. More than half the world’s people live on something like $1 a day.

I don’t think attending Woodrow Wilson High equips you any better for that kind of outdoorsy, back-to-nature lifestyle than Plano West, but I admit I don’t know much about Woodrow’s elective courses. I want a school that will prepare her for living in a professional, high-paying world so Daddy won’t have to pound out columns in his dotage.

I was also told, most oddly, that by subjecting my kid to suburban life and suburban schools, she’d get no exposure to people from other cultures. That’s when it got silly. So I’d harrumph in my best Ted Baxter voice that’s crazy – why, the lady who does her nails is Vietnamese, and our lawn guy is a Mexican from Costa Rica or Panama or someplace.

Seriously, if the only exposure to other people your kid gets is when she’s sitting in a place where you move about like cattle at the sound of a bell and have to ask permission to go to the bathroom (i.e. school), what kind of sheltered life are you giving your kid?

It’s weird. We’ve made “diversity” into some kind of totem, an end to itself, and we haven’t even defined what it is. Do I learn more about a different perspective chatting with my Ukrainian neighbor (whom the census counts as white), or from a guy brought up five miles from me who happens to be black?

And I’m not entirely sold that diversity is automatically good.

Look, diversity is great when it comes to nightclubs, workplaces, cultural experiences, restaurants and all that. But I don’t want diversity in my neighborhood.

Now, put down the pitchfork. I don’t mean the superficial diversity of skin color. I mean diversity of values. That’s what I don’t want in my neighborhood, or my neighborhood school.

I want uniformly boring neighbors with uniformly boring, middle-class values who spend Saturdays working on their lawns and whose kids know to stay off mine. I want neighbors with Home Depot on speed dial. That’s how I choose to live. Your mileage may vary.

And isn’t that diversity, too?

admin answers:

Easy,only Leftist Marxists believe in that pc nonsense.But we all are affected by it.

Robert Your Questions About If You Choose To Pull The Trigger

Robert asks…

Please read this article about “Diversity” in the Dallas Morning News. What do you think? And Why?

By Trey Garrison / Special Contributor http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/opinion/viewpoints/stories/DN-garrison_28edi.ART.State.Edition1.4d66d0e.html

When I made the hard decision to forgo buying a house in Dallas (and the easy decision to avoid the Potemkin village of DISD), I knew I was gonna get it. The thing is, I really wanted to live in Dallas, but we just couldn’t do it. So we chose Plano.

Once we pulled the trigger, the judgments came a-flyin’. Mainly it was from friends who are, well, urban yokels. You know the kind – hipper-than-thou provincialists, for whom where you reside in relation to a municipal taxing boundary defines you. (Fine, guys, you take the trendy bars and the home invasions; I’ll take the bland corporate sports grill and the gated community. We’ll split the teen heroin problem.) This was fine. Friends tease you like that. But then I started getting comments from readers at one of my other publications about “diversity,” whatever that means. Apparently, in choosing a house in one of the top school districts in the country, in a suburb where the poverty rate is low and the median income is high, I was guilty of the high crime of white flight.

My humbled, guilty reaction consisted of two words: “So what?”

I mean, what the heck does diversity mean? Some of my new neighbors in Plano include people from Thailand, Armenia, India, Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Colombia and the Ukraine, but apparently that doesn’t count. And when a school is 85 percent white, it’s not diverse, but when it’s 85 percent Hispanic, it is?

I was scolded that my daughter, by being in a Plano school, would be sheltered from – nay, ill-equipped for – life in the real world.

Well, yeah. Probably. The real world is a lot bigger than Dallas, bigger than (Sam Houston, forgive me) Texas, and bigger than the United States. The majority of the real world is dirty, violent, poor and absent indoor plumbing and two-ply toilet paper. More than half the world’s people live on something like $1 a day.

I don’t think attending Woodrow Wilson High equips you any better for that kind of outdoorsy, back-to-nature lifestyle than Plano West, but I admit I don’t know much about Woodrow’s elective courses. I want a school that will prepare her for living in a professional, high-paying world so Daddy won’t have to pound out columns in his dotage.

I was also told, most oddly, that by subjecting my kid to suburban life and suburban schools, she’d get no exposure to people from other cultures. That’s when it got silly. So I’d harrumph in my best Ted Baxter voice that’s crazy – why, the lady who does her nails is Vietnamese, and our lawn guy is a Mexican from Costa Rica or Panama or someplace.

Seriously, if the only exposure to other people your kid gets is when she’s sitting in a place where you move about like cattle at the sound of a bell and have to ask permission to go to the bathroom (i.e. school), what kind of sheltered life are you giving your kid?

It’s weird. We’ve made “diversity” into some kind of totem, an end to itself, and we haven’t even defined what it is. Do I learn more about a different perspective chatting with my Ukrainian neighbor (whom the census counts as white), or from a guy brought up five miles from me who happens to be black?

And I’m not entirely sold that diversity is automatically good.

Look, diversity is great when it comes to nightclubs, workplaces, cultural experiences, restaurants and all that. But I don’t want diversity in my neighborhood.

Now, put down the pitchfork. I don’t mean the superficial diversity of skin color. I mean diversity of values. That’s what I don’t want in my neighborhood, or my neighborhood school.

I want uniformly boring neighbors with uniformly boring, middle-class values who spend Saturdays working on their lawns and whose kids know to stay off mine. I want neighbors with Home Depot on speed dial. That’s how I choose to live. Your mileage may vary.

And isn’t that diversity, too?

admin answers:

This is one of the things that concerns me. We are the United States of America, not the Diversified States of America. Dearborn Michigan has become the middle East of America. Garden Grove, Ca. Is the Vietnam of America. What has happened to assimilation. “Press one for Spanish”, “Your child needs to learn to speak Spanish”. The first thing that units a country is a common language. The root word of “Diversity” is “Divide”

Nancy Your Questions About If You Choose To Pull The Trigger

Nancy asks…

If you were at gun point and had to choose between 2 men…..?

One good on the inside, good heart, good person, would truly love you until the end of time, but mean on the outside, afraid of people, skeptical, like Oscar the grouch because he fears getting close to people, the other good on the outside, nice looking, good personality, fun to be with, exciting, yet on the inside he’s rotten, he decieves, cheats, lies. The grouch is difficult to get along with but means well, the nice guy is easy to get along with with selfish horrible intentions. Which would you choose. You can’t say neither because you‘re at gunpoint, and if you do, they’re going to pull the trigger.
One more thing, you‘re truly in love with Oscar the grouch, the other one truly loves you, the best way he knows how, you could probably have a half ass decent life with him because at least he’d be nice to you. Both of them would marry you, who do you choose? Oscar would be mean to your friends and family forever, the other would look like a shining star to them, but would probably be screwing other women within the next ten years.
And one more thing, for weird whoever, no one is being held at gunpoint to answer this question. If you don’t like the question, go away!!!!!

admin answers:

Depends… The one i would pick is the one that i love and loves me bak.

But since one loves me and the other one i love…

Personally… I think it is hard to force loving someone jus because they love you. And its easy to love someone you really love.

However… In the long run… If u pick the one you love and they don’t love you… Its even harder and hurts.

So i’d say… The one the love me !

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