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Thank you, Aimee. And to your mom and your husband and all the people who have loved you and stood by you, thank you.
2 months ago on Aimee Greeblemonkey
This is brilliant.
I once received a spam comment that was so perfectly suited to my modd and the post that I gave it an approving nod, then I cracked up at my self.
2 months, 4 weeks ago on For the Love of Spam
That is so odd. I hope they clear this up soon. The only upshot is that I feel like those of us who do interact with you know the sorts of things you are drawn to and the beliefs that you hold. That being said, this is still an incredible violation.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on I Am Not Melissa Dugan
@belllindsay I loathe QR codes, in large part because they have so far been like FB a few years ago. Everyone seems to think they need them but they are poorly executed and not yet adopted by audiences here. If they take off, great, but if they don't I'd love for them to go away.
5 months ago on Six Digital Marketing Trends for 2013
Quitting is easy. When I work out I have a constant stream of chatter to keep me going. Sometimes I tell myself I'mm putting time in the bank, setting myself up for an easier longer life, other times I tell myself that I am proving wrong every person who has ever hurt me. But man, I do get the quitting thing. It just isn't worth the self-loathing. You can do this!
9 months, 2 weeks ago on So, I Cried at the Gym
I hope you find peace. HUgs.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on My Life In Bullet Points
Looking forward to the resolution recap, may it be swift and succinct.
10 months, 1 week ago on Facebook Hacking and the Value of Social Currency
Chelsea was staying on message, a poor message, but what she was directed to do I am sure.
I think we have as a society, a whole lot of work to do before this can be taken seriously. I have three daughters and could go on without pause for hours in describing how hard it is, even at 4, 6 and 7, to keep them from being hypersexualized just by buying clothes (padding in toddler swim suits?).
Flirting, attractiveness, power through sex, all of these things are valued too consistently and promoted across so many platforms to all ages to allow young people to make good decisions that relate to safety. Older people will claim it's the parents' responsibility. It's a nightmare.
It would be great if someone could speak plainly and say, "Rape." and then, "Neither age, nor circumstances nor gender are germane. Rape is why we are shutting it down" As someone who was raped at 17 I know, we don't like the word rape, and we really don't like the people who say it or who make us say it.
Great post. Sorry to be so ranty.
11 months, 1 week ago on Social Flirting App Leads to Child Rapes
Thanks for always cutting through the bull shit, though I would offer that douche seems like a slur we could move beyond. Falling back on gender based slams is kind of lazy.
1 year, 2 months ago on If You Want Fierce Loyalty, You Need To Be Fiercely Loyal First