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That how you do it.
I’m terrified. Absolutely terrified.
I’ve been wrestling with these thoughts and emotions for awhile, trying to make sense of it all, but I can’t. There is no sense in it. It feels like America is dying, which hurts me to the core because I love this country, but I can’t even express what I see wrong with the nation between I’ll be met with “if you don’t like it, you can GET OUT!” Since when did pointing out flaws in a system equate to hatred of the system? That’s like a mother hating her child for having a runny nose.
But that’s just part of it; this rabid nationalism disguised as patriotism is scary in so many ways. The very ground veterans walk upon is worshiped, but the man responsible for this new type of American psychosis signs bills taking away their benefits, AND NO ONE CARES. It’s one thing…
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It sounds stupid, but repetition wears down mental roadblocks similar to how water smooths jagged stones. The more you intend to do; the more you may find yourself doing (or being deluded.)
Focused persistence is the ultimate changing force.
“It’s simple” he says. “Do good” he says.
Tony’s Bologna marketing strategy is simple. It’s based off of providing unique, original content and writing articles that have useful advice. 100% of what I post is either because I personally think it’s funny or I think it’s interesting. I’m willing to bet a few of you might agree.
I’ve decided to do more.
One of my biggest motivations in life is helping people. It’s only when I’ve gone out of my way to help someone, I have found the act to truly make me happy. That being said, I’m a real big fan of random acts of kindness and positively influencing life.
When you have the opportunity to positively influence life, seize it. I have been fortunate enough to build an engaging (and dare I say awesome) community, thus I have decided to use this post to recommend…
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Tuska- ; Tuska-loosa twista ; Tuska-Tuska!
This week’s obscure English word is tournedos.
Well, when I say English, I mean really French – it’s another one English has pinched from them. It means a small round cut of beef.
Your challenge? Write a sentence (or two) in the comments using this word.
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