I’VE JUST REALIZED THAT THE MAJORITY OF THE GLOBE HAS THIER NEW YEAR BEFORE WE DO IN NEW YORK WITH THE TIME ZONES. JUST THINK WHEREVER YOU LIVE THAT SOMEONE IS LIVING EITHER 12 HOURS AHEAD OF YOU OR 12 HOURS BEHIND YOU…
JUST A RANDOM THOUGHT
I THINK THATS RIGHT… STILL CONFUSING LOL
I’M LOOKING TO GET SOME FEEDBACK AND COMMENTS ON MY POSTS… DON’T BE SHY!!!!
Artists are without a doubt innovative, and luckily can display this through art. Painting, Music, Writing, Acting,Comedy, or any other way they are able. Something the artists should keep in mind is that there are people with an overwhelming and overabundance of significant ideas and concepts that they want to share but lack to artistic ability.
Artists should realize they have a lot more to offer than what they display. An artist has the talent to help those who have a vision or message they want to get out there but lack that skill to do so. Also artists sometimes find themselves in a position of “writers block” or a creative stagnation and can benefit from those with creative ideas.
Everyone should maximize what they have to offer and realize that it can not be accomplished without a contributing synergy of talents
WHY ARE THEY CALLED SWEATERS? WE USE THEM TO KEEP WARM RIGHT?
IF WE PUT ON A “SWEATER” IN HOT WEATHER, THAN IT SOUNDS APPROPRIATE..
PUTTING ON A “SWEATER” TO KEEP WARM IN COLD WEATHER SHOULD BE CALLED A WARMER…. NO?
ANOTHER ONE OF THOSE “SNAP PHRASES” THAT SHOULD NOT BE USED UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT IT MEANS!
First of all, it is not meant to be applied to all negative situations. Anyone using it only in a time of hardship is misusing it!
It should be understood that any life that is not easy, is actually a LIFE BEING LIVED!
THAT CAN BE A GREAT THING! IT CAN ALSO BE A DIFFICULT THING! BUT, ANYONE WHO IS TRULY IS AWARE THAT LIFE IS NOT EASY IS A REASSURANCE THAT YOU ARE LIVING YOUR LIVES!
MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND AND BELIEVE IN THAT STATEMENT BEFORE USING IT
I COULDN’T RESIST SHARING HOW ARTFUL, EXPLICIT, AND DIRECT THE LAW IS…. ACTUALLY TORTURE YOU ALSO LOL
A penal statute cannot be extended by implication or construction to cases within the mischief, if they are not at the same time within the terms of the act, fairly and reasonably interpreted.’ Bishop on Statutory *205 Crimes, § 190e; Huffman’s Case [Huffman v. State], 29 Ala. 40; Young’s Case [Young v. State], 58 Ala. 358. In the case last cited this court said: `One who commits an act which does not come within the words of a penal statute, according to the general and popular understanding of them, when they are not used technically, is not to be punished thereby merely because the act contravenes the policy of the statute.’ Again, such statutes are to reach no further in meaning than their words. People [ex rel. Johnson] v. Peacock, 98 Ill. 172. `No person is to be made subject to them by implication, and all doubts concerning their interpretation are to predominate in favor of the accused. Only those transactions are covered by them which are within both their spirit and their letter, reasonably interpreted.’ Bishop on Statutory Crimes, § 194; Cearfoss’ Case [Cearfoss v. State], 42 Md. 403.” Scott v. State, 152 Ala. 63, 64, 44 So. 544.
EVERYONE IS CLEAR ON THIS NOW RIGHT ? LOL
NEW DEFENSE—- I DON’T GET IT- LOL <<< MIGHT ACTUALLY NOT BE FAR OFF == I’M NOT A LAWYER OR ANY LAW SCHOOL SO I DON’T ANY IDEA
Many of the new year resolutions people set are for personal change. Anytime someone does something to improve themselves or their quality of life is an admirable trait that hopefully is done more regularly than on a annual basis.
WHERE AM I GOING WITH THIS????????
HOW ABOUT WE SET A NEW YEARS RESOLUTION THAT INCLUDES ANOTHER PERSON THAT COULD BENEFIT FROM IT?
We look out for ourselves and/or family first (hopefully) all year long….. I’m saying that maybe a new year resolution should be something that applies to benefit another person or cause. Use your imagination of the potential outcome this action could have. It might not be so easy to give up knowing that somebody else is involved with the outcome of your action. If you make some change that helps somebody else think how rewarding that could be! Now apply that to your community, neighbor, friend, or if everybody did that as their resolution!
DON’T GET DISTRACTED OR OVERWHELMED BY THE BIG PICTURE! JUST FOCUS ON APPLYING IT TO 1 OTHER BESIDES YOURSELF.
Success on the New Year’s resolution will not only be more attainable it also be collectively supported.
Just a random idea.
Everyone should be aware by now that crazy people are no longer hiding in the shadows or under the cover of darkness. They have collectively overwhelmingly taken over the daylight hours forcing others to find safety in night.
We can no longer use the saying “it’s dangerous to roam the streets at night”.
The new reality is that “it’s not safe to wonder around during the day”
thats when the real crazy people are out. Lol
I’m just as guilty as anyone else who has never read the “Terms” and “AGREEMENT” usually by scrolling down to the “OK/ACCEPT” click to get that pop up off and out of the way. START READING THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS! It is frightening what most of the things we are clicking “yes” to are not things we would consciously say yes to! I’ve just deactivated my account with a certain popular and widely used social media (haha) ……. for obvious reasons to me but more importantly the not so obvious “changes” to their “policy” that is for the “benefit of the users” and to “enhance you’re experience” lol …… oh boy….
Just, if anything, I want people to question why does it take so much to “explain” how simple they have made it to understand…..OH YEA…. THAT BLAH BLAH BLAH IS FOR “YOUR” BENEFIT, AND PRIVACY BY DOING —– haha
Here is the email that was sent… I have xxxxxx out the id of who I’m referring to as well as xy yx to any other company.
We wanted to let you know we’re updating our terms and policies on January 1, 2015 and introducing Privacy Basics. You can check out the details below or on xxxxxx. Over the past year, we’ve introduced new features and controls to help you get more out of xxxxxx, and listened to people who have asked us to better explain how we get and use information. Now, with Privacy Basics, you’ll get tips and a how-to guide for taking charge of your experience on xxxxxx. We’re also updating our terms, data policy andcookies policy to reflect new features we’ve been working on and to make them easy to understand. And we’re continuing to improve ads based on the apps and sites you use off xxxxxx and expanding your control over the ads you see. We hope these updates improve your experience. Protecting people’s information and providing meaningful privacy controls are at the core of everything we do, and we believe today’s announcement is an important step. Updating Our Terms and Policies: Helping You Understand How xxxxxx Works and How to Control Your Information Privacy Basics Privacy Basics offers interactive guides to answer the most commonly asked questions about how you can control your information on xxxxxx. For example, you can learn about untagging, unfriending, blocking, and how to choose an audience for each of your posts. This information is available in 36 languages. Along with our privacy checkup, reminder for people posting publicly and simplifiedaudience selectors, Privacy Basics is the latest step we’ve taken to help you make sure you’re sharing with the people you want. Helping you get more out of xxxxxx Every day, people use our apps and services to connect with the people, places and things they care about. The updates to our policies reflect the new products we’ve been working on to improve your xxxxxx experience. They also explain how our services work in a way that’s easier to understand. Here are some highlights: Discover what’s going on around you: We’re updating our policies to explain how we get location information depending on the features you decide to use. Millions of people check into their favorite places and use optional features like Nearby Friends(currently only available in some regions). We’re working on ways to show you the most relevant information based on where you are and what your friends are up to. For example, in the future, if you decide to share where you are, you might see menus from restaurants nearby or updates from friends in the area. Make purchases more convenient: In some regions, we’re testing a Buy button that helps people discover and purchase products without leaving xxxxxx. We’re also working on new ways to make transactions even more convenient. Find information about privacy on xxxxxx at the moment you need it: To make them more accessible, we moved tips and suggestions to Privacy Basics. Our data policy is shorter and clearer, making it easier to read. Understand how we use the information we receive: For example, we use device information to optimize your mobile experience, like understanding battery and signal strength to help us make sure our apps work well for you. We ask for permission to use your phone’s location when we offer optional features like check-ins or adding your location to posts. Get to know how the family of xxxxxx companies and apps work together: Over the past few years, xxxxxx has grown and we want to make sure you know about our family of companies, apps and services. We use the information we collect to improve your experience. For example, if you’re locked out of your xyxy account, you can use your xxxxxx information to recover your password. Nothing in our updates changes the commitments that xyxyxy, xyxyxy and other companies have made to protect your information and your privacy. Your information and advertising: People sometimes ask how their information is shared with advertisers. Nothing is changing with these updates—we help advertisers reach people with relevant ads without telling them who you are. Learn more about adsand how you can control the ads you see. Giving you more control over ads We’ve heard from some of you that it can be difficult to control the types of ads you see if you use multiple devices and browsers. In the past, if you opted out of certain kinds of advertising on your laptop, that choice may not have been applied for ads on your phone. We know that many people use more than one phone, tablet or browser to access xxxxxx, so it should be easy for you to make a single choice that applies across all of your devices. That’s why xxxxxx respects the choices you make about the ads you see, across every device. You can opt out of seeing ads on xxxxxx based on the apps and sites you use through the Digital Advertising Alliance. You can also opt out using controls on xy or yx. When you tell us you don’t want to see these types of ads, your decision automatically applies to every device you use to access xxxxxx. Also, we’re now making ad preferences available in additional countries These updates take effect on January 1, 2015. As always, we welcome yourfeedback about our policies.