1. Feed him 2. Sleep with him 3. Leave him with peace 4. Don't check his phone (Msgs) 5. Don't bother him with his movements So whats so hard about that?
HOW TO MAKE A WOMAN HAPPY
It's really not too difficult but.... To make a woman happy, a man only needs to be:
1. a friend 2. a companion 3. a lover 4. a brother 5. a father 6. a master 7. a chef 8. an electrician 9. a plumber 10. a mechanic 11. a carpenter 12. a decorator 13. a stylist 14. a sexologist 15. a gynecologist 16. a psychologist 17. a pest exterminator 18. a psychiatrist 19. a healer 20. a good listener 21. an organizer 22. a good father 23. very clean 24. sympathetic 25. athletic 26. warm 27. attentive 28. gallant 29. intelligent 30. funny 31. creative 32. tender 33. strong 34. understanding 35. tolerant 36. prudent 37. ambitious 38. capable 39. courageous 40. determined 41. true 42. dependable 43. passionate
WITHOUT FORGETTING TO: 44. give her compliments regularly 45. Go shopping with her 46. be honest 47. be very rich 48. not stress her out 49. not look at other girls AND AT THE SAME TIME, YOU MUST ALSO: 50. give her lots of attention 51. give her lots of time, especially time for herself 52. give her lots of space, never worrying about where she goes.
BUT MOST OF ALL IT IS VERY IMPORTANT 53. never forget *birthdays *anniversaries *valentine *arrangements she makes. —
Reshared text: The phenomenon is called sonoluminescence. As far as I'm aware, they still don't have a definite reasoning for why it produces light. This phenomenon has confused scientists for over 70 years.
This is amazing if it is true, but somehow it seems a bit too convenient for the cameras. Shame really that I don't put it past a news crew to carefully trap a small dog in some rubble for a viral video.
In a society without gun shows. A society without police forces as we have today. A society that was built only a generation or so from people who had to physically fight for their freedom from a King in another land.
This is not today. The 2nd amendment is an outdated piece of history and needs to be re-visited. It doesn't have to be removed as I understand those that want a gun for their safety from burglars or such. I don't agree with it for me, but I can understand it. Have a handgun, or even 2...in your house. A hunting rifle is understandable.
There is NO REASON for anyone to have any of the firearms in this video. There is NO REASON for anyone to have a bunch of different automatic weapons. Silencers. Quick reload capabilities. That's not defense. That's giving the ability to attack.
If I've offended some of my friends here who are advocates of the joke that is the NRA, I apologize, but only to a point. If you think that more guns of this type is a good idea, and maybe someone in Columbine, Aurora, Virginia Tech, or this elementary school could have stopped this, then you are being naive.
You want a gun, then fine. It should be hard. Really hard to get a gun. Really really hard! Will this stop these things from happening? No. Will it deter a couple of people that might have gone through with their sick plan who don't want to jump through all the hoops? Yes.
Have your gun or guns for protection, but he NRA and their lobbyists and BS laws they try to push through should be dismantled, ridiculed, and abolished!
Again, I apologize to some of you if I offended you. The rest of you offended should re-read this and re-watch the video. Then hug your kids again, and re-think.
RESHARE: I think the best use of analogies is for teaching. In both the real world, and in writing when you are trying to get the reader to imagine something they have never seen by relating it to something they are familiar with.
Science Fiction uses this a lot but I'm very against referencing pop culture items such as "It was shaped like a lightsaber." - That just seems like a cop out to me.
(Image added for some additional humor of analogies.)
Reshared text: Jeez! I got like 8 of these verbatim in my novel! I'm going to have to reword them on the rewrite.
"The Earth is not 6,000 or 10,000 years old," Nye said in an interview with The Associated Press, citing scientists' estimates that it is about 4.5 billion years old. "It's not. And if that conflicts with your beliefs, I strongly feel you should question your beliefs."
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Is it possible to write a sci-fi story that is not considered a young adult book?
Or is it a stigma of the genre and no way to avoid it? As soon as there is mention of a sword/alien/space/apocalypse, the book is immediately looked at as a young adult read.
What makes a novel a young adult novel? The protagonist being a child or teen pretty much assures it, but what if they the protagonist is an adult and most major characters are too. Are there other characteristics? What should be avoided to be within the sci-fi genre but not get this label? Or is that not possible?
This is a subject that was torturous for me in school and now a complete waste of time. I write like an epileptic monkey with a pencil in his mouth (especially cursive) and went through years of crap in school for it.
Today, I hardly ever write more than a scribbled note to myself, and that I print.
Add all that wasted time to my learning of how to look things up in the Dewey Decimal System.