Blog networking is one of the most undervalued and underused strategies for most.
You will find links in this post to help eliminate some of the work; all you have to do is LIKE, COMMENT and FOLLOW others.
Me pal Lynn persuaded me to go see a medium who was doing open readings in a pub. We got free tickets so I went along for the craic. Ma was dying to know all about it
- I’m surprised you went to see a medium Bernie
- Lynn asked me to go with her
- So, how did it go?
- It was a pile of shite to be honest ma
- You’re just a skeptic Bernie, always were; always will
- Lynn was hoping her da would get in touch
- And did he?
- No, of course he didn’t. It’s all a con
- Well why did you go then?
- Free tickets and a few pints, how could I refuse?
- Fair enough, so did anyone come to you from the other side then
- Sure who’d come to me?
- Your da maybe
- We were in the Abberly Court ma. Da wouldn’t go there when he was alive…
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Bullying can happen in any number of places, contexts, or locations. I am much conscious of Bullying because I know how it feels to feel the way that you do not wish to. It is a very dangerous thing to go through and people need to realise this, unless you’ve been there yourself some do find it hard to understand.
Types of bullying:
- Hair Pulling
- Name calling
- Comments (sexual, racial)
- Laying and spreading rumours
- Leaving someone out on purpose
- Online threats
- Spreading / making of rumours
- Hate comments / texts / sharing via social media
You’d think that bullies would have disappeared by time we’ve reached adulthood, but some people never grow out of being a great dick. Bullies can still harass you, put you down, and even undermine your work.
There’s so many adults, out there that don’t…
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Let me ask you a question:
What is the solution for illegal immigration in the United States? Please try to provide well thought out answers, not just political rhetoric or hate speak.
“And tonight, he might be able to use that aching, old arm one more time to push the sun back up in the sky, and give us one more day of summer.” -MLB Broadcaster in For Love of The Game
Several decades ago, Hollywood released a film that, despite not being noteworthy by any standards, left a significant impression on me: For Love of the Game, starring Kevin Costner. In the movie, Costner played aging pitcher Billy Chapel, who was in his final season, and final game, as a baseball player. In it, Chapel grappled with the end of his baseball career and the significance of losing something so intertwined with, and so a part of, his identity that its loss could have engendered an existential crisis, a complete loss of a sense of self; that was how much Billy loved baseball, and how much baseball meant to him.
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Let me ask you a question:
Have you ever been on a blind date? Did it go well?