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Breastfeeding in public?
How do you feel about the recent occurances of people reqiring women to cover up or feed their guyren in public? I personally do not breastfeed my guyren, but I do not see feeding a guy in public using a breast any different than feeding a guy in public using a bottle. When you breast feed, it is not like you are flashing your breasts around, and more often than not you see more skin from teens and young women who are trying to be "sexy". I am offended, as a woman and mother, that breastfeeding mothers are being singled out to cover up. I go out with my husband and daughter and see women wearing see though shirts, or have their breasts about to pop out of their shirt and they are never asked to cover up! Why is this?
All I have to say is thank you for your lactivism! Your attitude as a non breastfeeding mom is wonderful.

I really mean this, thank you!
Good ideas for a public service annoucement on drugs and alcohol?
i'm planning on doing my PSA for school on drugs and alcohol.


these are my only ideas so far.
at the beggining have flashing picturs of like drugs and alcohol.
and at the end of the pictures have a qoute like "___ many teens try and use drugs and alcohol every year."


but i don't know what else to do to it.
i can have a short skit in it but i need an idea of what to do.


i was thinking of kinda making it like the above the influence commercial where the drugs take over their life and they are controlled by everyone around them, so any other ideas would be great.

thanks.
try using those scary statistics. here, ill edit this with some links. i did this project last year.

make a power point
www.abovetheinfluence.com/facts/d…

www.theantidrug.com/index.asp?id=…

www.adolescent-substance-abuse.co…

good luck.

and actually try ending it on an emotional note. i ended it by removing my makeup and showing my scar to the guys in the class. the scar i got when half of my face burned off when my friend and i drove drunk and ended up crashing. i told them how much and hurt and how much it changed my life. and i shared with them how it felt when the cop told me that in the condition the car was in, it was a miracle that i even survived.

maybe you could interveiw the people in your school to see how teen drinking/drug use has had an effect on their life, and put a few clips in your presentation. that way it will show everyone that it is in fact a problem right in your own school.
Should people start shooting these violent black falsh mobs?
Mobs of black youths have taken to randomly attacking pedestrians and businesses. This problem is nightmarish in its implications: a subset of the population has no self-control, was not raised to control violent impulses, and evidently gets pleasure out of hurting other people -- particularly people of other races. This type of person usually has done nothing to create anything of value, but rather destroys for pleasure. They organize using social media, and their goal is mayhem. They have been coddled and socialized by the welfare state and public education system. With an aggressive sense of entitlement, and no regard for others, they will predictably become more violent. The mobs reflect an undesirable character type, and the vast majority of those in "flash mobs" are of the same race.

Now, the cultural enrichment of "flash mobs" is spreading to New York City. In Greenwich Village last week, security video captured "a group of youths climbing on counters, throwing chairs and throwing tables in a violent attack on workers" at a Dunkin' Donuts. This was the second such attack on Greenwich Village businesses in a week. Watching the video, one is struck by the extraordinarily callous behavior of the teens, who were all black -- a fact not mentioned in any of the reporting about that attack. Unlike the case with many acts of violence, certain youths are evidently becoming more and more comfortable with public, organized group violence. When we see behavior this terrible, political elites often ask about root causes: What kind of environment did the attackers come from? What kind of politics or ideology did they have?
Shoot 'em
Teens, would you ever....?
1. Go skydiving?

2. Crash a wedding?

3. Flash a crowd of people?

4. Spend the entire night just walking around you city?

5. Travel around the world and leave everything behind for 3 years?

6. Work at Mcdonalds?

7. Pee in the swimming pool?

8. Do marijuana?

9. Sneak out of your house, camp etc.

10. Meet Justin Bieber?

11. Answer question 11?

12. Go skinny dipping in your neighbor's pool or a public pool?
1. Go skydiving?
- I would but I physically can't.
2. Crash a wedding?
- Yeah.
3. Flash a crowd of people?
- Nope.
4. Spend the entire night just walking around you city?
- Yeah.
5. Travel around the world and leave everything behind for 3 years?
- Definitely.
6. Work at Mcdonalds?
- If it was a last resort, sure.
7. Pee in the swimming pool?
- Nope.
8. Do marijuana?
- Never.
9. Sneak out of your house, camp etc.
- Maybe. Depends on the circumstances.
10. Meet Justin Bieber?
- I wouldn't want to.
11. Answer question 11?
- Sure..
12. Go skinny dipping in your neighbor's pool or a public pool?
- No.
Why does Houston love its cars so much?
I don't get why people here feel that cars should be a part of their every day life. Why aren't alternative ways of getting around accepted better?

I live in suburban NW Houston, just on the outskirts of city limits. I'm 17 years old, and it's kinda expected that all teens drive at 16 and have a car.

Problem is: My parents are in some money troubles, and having a car means paying for premiums on insurance for teens, a good car, gas, permit/license and driver's ed, repairs, etc. How is one suppose to afford all this, during a recession?

I live along a stupid road, with old mom & pop stores and industrial factories. It's a new cookie cutter subdivision, built in a stupid place. For some reason, all the people here aren't my type for friends, as I never met them before, a good number are Asian, and they all don't seem sociable. My real friends (of many) live farther away near and in the Jersey Village area and nobody's coming here to give me a lift. My parents are too busy to give me a life.

So in the end, I have NO choice but to wait until my dad can scrounge up enough money to get a decent car. Which might take forever. Meanwhile my teen years are flashing by fast. This is the time in life where you are still kinda treated like a guy, but you also get more responsibilities so you get the best of both worlds. That's gone when I'm 18.

As anyone knows in suburban Houston, other alternatives are bad b/c:
- Walking in the Texas heat, weeds (no sidewalks), litter, and dodging cars is lousy
- No bike lanes, so you go along the curb and get run over
- No public transport out of city limits

As you can see, there's a large disparity between the people who have (cars) and the have-nots (no cars). I notice that the people with cars are much more affluent, talented, and popular. As well as leading towards a better life than their non-car counterparts. There's not fair. But there's very unfair, and the chances of improvements in life for non-cars is slim.

Do you think a transportation reform should be in order? How about we designate a lane or two on the freeways to dedicate to light rail and bike lanes? Make zoning happen, and kill the ugly suburban sprawl. Make sidewalks everywhere. Improve the bus routes, and make buses more cleaner and nicer to go in. Put tolls on every freeway, and money made goes to more better transportation.

Would you agree that Houston needs reform in the way people get around? After all, it's just Point A to Point B. Nobody should love their cars or get so attached: it's just a tool. The city should be more fair to those of us who aren't so lucky to have one.
In Houston, you need a car. Period. The city is too spread out for practical public transit (unless you are retired and have a lot of time). Biking for miles in the Texas sun? Forget it, you can have a tax rate of 90% on everyone and build all the bike lanes you want. There will still be few bikers. Get an after school job and maybe you can contribute to paying for some of the gas, insurance premiums for your family car.Many families have just one car and the ppl just share the car. If you earn enough $, maybe you can pay some taxes that will help improve public transit.
PREFERABLY LAWYERS!!! NEED HELLPPP SAVE MY FUTURE AND LIFE?
So i was on a webcam teen chat minding my own business, this lady contacted me and told me that if i dont help her find pedophiles on the site i would be fined in 3 days for public nudity on the webcam, because i was flashing my body parts. I thougt it was like a joke from a guy messing around and I NEVER EVER FLASHED ANYTHING ON THERE I WAS ON FOR FRIENDS, And she said she would contact my parents and school if i didnt take picture of my legs, arms, back and face for a "computer" to not track me down as a pedophile but as a helper. She said that the site was gonna be shut down in a month and that i should help and she kept threatning that she was gonna call my parents and school wat should i do? she said she has my address and we will be receiving news shortly, can i be fined for this? would my parents know about this? Does this just seem like a joke to get me to take pictures? or is this For real? the lady sounded so professional. HELPPPP!!! DOES THIS SOUND LIKE A JOKE??? HELP, im worried because i dont want anything i didnt do on my record!!!!
That person is a pedophile, trying to con you into sending him images. Contact the site's admins with this information and send them any chat logs you might have so that they can send it on to law enforcement.
Rate this poem please? It's for a completion?
Improvements? It's for the theme heros and heroines.

Stemming; a conception of fruitful glamour,
Product of the media, a flourishing inspiration,
Resurrected, a sullen artifact for public glare,
A synthetic clothes hanger, a reproduced star,
Fertile and pure, lipstick covered heroine,
Flash and pout, she sprouts a plastered smile.

Behold the visionary, vocal vortex of fleecy noise,
Complexion to match his silky tone,
Spitting out lyrical ballads, wrapped in chilly fur,
A hero to the eye of tarnished, tender teens,
Decode the star from gaze and smile,
A glimpse past the exterior reveals the inanimate.

Receive and greet the eyes of another jubilant being,
Her lyrical verse and her mixture of mystic chords,
Twist her linguistic talents to produce harmony,
Creating an anthem of fizzy elegance,
Face far from beauty; vocals as strong as tiny beats,
Commend the talents of a real heroine.

The painting derived from the core of the mind,
The expression of strokes splattered to touch,
The real hero lies within the ink and the script,
And the fingers of the usual plain figure,
With the will to pour his mind into depths,
To reach and unravel the perplexity trapped within.
I love your usage of language, but I was quite perplexed with the meaning of the poem. You indeed have an exquisite style, however, I could not decipher its meaning. Do you think it is possible for you to insinuate the emotion your trying to convey? To reiterate, its difficult to divulge what the author is trying to say, thus, it's a bit convoluted.

While it is a good idea to push for erudite English, too much of it contrived into one place can perish its meaning. You have to have balance with everything you do. Too much vocabulary obstructs the poem sentiments, and the emotion is something the author should rivet, not expunge. So in essence, it is vital to eschew overuse of anything. If the emotion is unfathomable, you cannot expect many readers to relate to your work. However, do not let my caustic critic imbue disparity among you, thus, critics are only meant to invigorate an authors work. With more practice, your work will be immaculate. Keep writing!
Are there any grammar or spelling or any other errors in this paper, are all the commas used the right way?
i am turning in this paper tomorrow and need a good grade badly and my teacher is a very strict grader!
please help!!!
are all the commas used the right way?
feel free to state any other suggestions to make this paper awesome!

Why do celebrities have such a bad influence on America’s youth? Celebrity influences are present in today’s society. These influences are mostly present in teenagers lives. Their lyrics in their songs, the rolls they play on screen and their personal lives they are on display for everyone to see at all times. What they choose to do and not do is viewed as the right thing by their young fans.

America’s youth are very influenced by music because they come in contact with it daily. They have music on their phones as ringtones or on their facebook page to describe the type of person that they are. The music that they listen to or that is given to them by celebrities is more often containing lyrics that insight crime and drug use. Rappers proudly flash wads of cash on their music videos with lyrics endorsing selling drugs and committing crimes to obtain this money. Youth believe they are like them because they may grow is the same conditions, such as poverty, and when this rapper that they relate to sings about selling drugs and committing crimes they then relate to that to. These youth desire to have that same fame and money when they listen to these lyrics so they go about the same wrong ways to get it which more often than not leads to bad consequences. Famous rapper T.I. , who has many young fans all across not only America but the world, faces up to 30 years in prison from felony guns charges. This is a very public trial and when young people that admire T.I. see the trial they may think that it is cool to carry around guns and to serve time in jail. They don’t understand or consider the dangers.

Influences dome from not only the music industry but from on the big screen. Movie stars develop many young fans on the screen and it carries over to off the screen. Actors and actresses drug use is viewed by many as cool, harmless, or fun but it leads to a devastating lifestyle. Heath Ledger’s drug became public in 2008 when he overdosed on a deadly mixture of prescription pills. Although his death was tragic and at the peak of his career, the drug use is still viewed as cool by his young fans and his death, although it sounds horrible, is almost viewed as a career choice.

Whether it be a celebrities drinking problem, a movies stars eating problem, or a rappers drug problem, today’s famous few are creating a bad influence on America’s many teens.
Corrections are in the form of original**correction

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Influences dome**come from not only**(change "from not only" to "not only from") the music industry**industry, but from on**(remove word) the big screen. Movie stars develop many young fans on the screen and it carries over to off the screen. Actors**Actors' and actresses**actresses' drug use is viewed by many as cool, harmless, or fun but it leads to a devastating lifestyle. Heath Ledger’s drug**(add the word "use") became public in 2008 when he overdosed on a deadly mixture of prescription pills. Although his death was tragic and at the peak of his career, the drug use is still viewed as cool by his young fans and his death, although it sounds horrible, is almost viewed as a career choice.**(Be careful with this last sentence, you are reaching a little far)

Whether it be a celebrities**celebrity's drinking problem, a movies**movie stars**star's eating problem, or a rappers**rapper's drug problem, today’s**(good job, you remembered the apostrophe =)) famous few are creating a bad influence on America’s many teens.
Questions I need help on...?
1. The following signs will help you to spot a impaired driver

A. Driving too slow and weaving

B. Driving with the windows down on a cold night

C. All of the above

2. Which is not a hallucinogen

A. Mescaline

B. PCP

C. Heroin

3. If you hit a car from behind you are usually legally at fault

A. True

B. False

4. The best tool to extinguish a small gasoline or diesel fire is a portable fire extinguisher.

A. True

B. False

5. About __________ of the teen population have tried illegal drugs.

A. 2 MILLION

B. 5 MILLION

C. 11.3 MILLION

6. To be safe, you should reduce your speed at an intersection.

A. Always

B. If there is a flashing yellow light,

C. If there is a traffic light.

7. A Hospital sign is an example of a _____ sign.

A. Regulatory

B. Warning

C. Guide

8. A driver is labeled a habitual traffic offender if they receive fifteen total traffic convictions within a five-year period.

A. True

B. False

9. The No-Fault Law requires minimum insurance coverage of:

A. $10,000 Personal Injury Protection and $10,000 Property Damage Liability

B. $20,000 Personal Injury Protection and $20,000 Property Damage Liability

C. No insurance

10. If you lose your current license because you have moved to another state or country and obtained a new license, your old license has:

A. Canceled

B. Suspended

C. Revoked

11. Alcohol related crashes cost the public _____.

A. $10 million

B. $100 billion

C. $116 billion

12. Driving a motor vehicle is:

A. The constitutional right of every citizen.

B. A privilege.

C. The law

13. If you accumulate too many points on your license, it will be:

A. Canceled

B. Suspended

C. Revoked

14. Impaired drivers will sometimes:

A. Drive very slow.

B. Drive with the windows open.

C. Both of the above

15. Close to ______ of fatalities on the road are related to alcohol:

A. 25%

B. 40%

C. 80%

16. You can help prevent fatigue by:

A. Getting as much rest as possible the night before driving.

B. Taking frequent rest stops.

C. All of the above.

17. Examples of traffic controls are:

A. Signs or road markings

B. Signals

C. All of the above

18. A DUI/OWI conviction stays on your record for

A. 10 years

B. 25 years

C. 75 years

19. BAC stands for

A. Basic Alcohol Consumption.

B. Basic Alcohol Comprehension.

C. Blood Alcohol Concentration

20. Withdrawal from barbiturates and alcohol have a greater risk of death

A. True

B. False

21. You could face mandatory revocation of your license as a result of: doing something very dangerous

A. Violation of curfew

B. A single conviction of reckless driving

C. Not stopping to help at the scene of an accident

22. Alcohol is considered a

A. Poisonous drug

B. Recreational drug

C. Recreational beverage

23. A blue sign might designate:

A. A hospital

B. A pedestrian crossing

C. Both A and B

24. An aggressive driver is a person who drives:

A. A racecar

B. With a lack of courtesy

C. Slow in the fast lane

25. A disadvantage of driving a motorcycle is

A. you cannot stop as quickly as a car

B. you have less protection in a collision

C. All of the options

26. You must place a guy in an integrated guy seat if the guy is.

A. Three years of age and under.

B. Under nine years of age.

C. Under 60 pounds.

27. The court may suspend, restrict or delay the driving privilege of a minor.

A. For below average grades

B. For running a stop sign

C. If convicted of vandalism or being habitually truant.

28. Hallucinogens do not affect a person's perception, thinking, emotions and self awareness

A. True

B. False

29. The best tool to extinguish a small gasoline or diesel fire is a portable fire extinguisher.

A. True

B. False

30. Each year over ______ people die in car crashes.

A. 15,000

B. 27,000

C. 42,000

31. Which is a false statement: Your driving record

A. Can be checked by your insurance company

B. Cannot be accessed by anyone except the an official public agency

C. Keeps track of all your tickets and crashes

32. If your license has been suspended, you must do the following to reinstate your license:

A. Serve the period of suspension

B. Pay any service fee in addition to any fines ordered by the Court

C. All of the above

33. Alcohol is classified as a drug

A. True

B. False

34. A collision at 30 MPH will take any loose object in your car and give it the same force as if it were:

A. Propelled by a slingshot

B. Thrown

C. Shot from a cannon

35. If you accrue more than 24 points on your license within 36 months, you will lose your license for:

A.
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Drinking age and restrictions and all them bloody nonsence questions at the shops (UK)?
Whats all this "prove your age if you look under 25" i mean isn't this a bit stupid. When I go out shopping or for a night out on the town I really don't fancy taking out a driving licence or passport or flashing such items in a shop or bar. I mean I remember i used to go weekly shopping and pick up a packet of cigarettes or bottle of wine but now i get the full " air port check" but instead of " did you pack this bag yourself sir" I get the " have u got any id sir". This pathetic new length to stop people under 18 getting hold of alcohol is totally ridiculous, is it really going to stop guys wanting a drink when " Cindy " at check out wines in the most irritating voice " got any id". I mean doesn't it just beg the logic of people just getting other people getting the booze and cigarettes for them, I am sure buying the stuff them self's is allot more safe than getting the towns " Dodgy Dave" to pick them up stuff. All these age restriction things have always bothered me, I went into full time work at 16 and I had my own responsibility's but I couldn't drink what is with that. I remember when I was a guy and I couldn't get alcohol easily so me and my friends used to save up loads of money and for like a once a month event we got 1 booze trip done and went mad on drinking in a park, i mean that isn't safe is it but the way the governments going were gonna have more people 16/17 rolling around drunk in parks and if they manage to get the drinking age up to 21 we will have 18,19 and 20 year olds waiting outside shops harassing people going in to buy them booze. I mean this whole age thing in this country is giving a very odd message to younger people, oh its fine to go out have sex, move out, join the army, get married, go into full time employment but no drinking. People wonder why there are so many teen pregnancy's, my guess is that sex is probably they only fun thing they can do without getting harassed by police, and its true. Most guys around my area will probably just get their drug dealers to go into the shop for a few bottles of vodka while their picking up their weed lol Why cant we give guys more responcibilitys over their lifes and maby they wont mess up as bad. The buying age of alchohol has been 18 for about 40 to 50 years I think, and I think the way that law was inforced was fine but now they are making it such a forbidden fruit its making itself more glamorous. I think alchohol should have the same kind of inforcement as smoking, you can smoke anywhere ( as long as its not in a public inclosed area) at any age but need to be a certain age to buy them and not get hinderd by the law. I think if some one is drinking and acting like a prat and being disorderly they should be delt with the law but if anyone is drinking and being perfectly social they should be left well alone, maby we can stop this fasination with alchohol with the guys and make it more of a normal all available thing like a soft drink and they wont see it as such a big thing. Its life coffee its readly available but you dont see all the guys geting their older friends to buy them a tub of nescafe and a portable kettle with a few mugs and take it up to the woods, and belive me if cafine had an age restriction there would be 100s of guys drinking it just for the sake of it being forbidden. What are you views people?
It is a sign of the times we live in. It is the same for everything, if it classed as forbidden, you want it.

There are too many rules and regulations and if the government spent less money on stupid restrictions (let the people decide for themselves) and more money on NHS and guy cruelty then everyone would be happier.

Let the drug addicts overdose, let the smokers get lung cancer, let the obese die of heart problems, it is their life and if everyone stopped telling them they have to stop it they just might use their common sense and stop. It is their lives and their families lives they are ruining and one day it just might sink in.

The excitement would go if you could buy drugs over the counter with no questions asked and they would become bored with it as when things are done secretly they think they are big men and are getting one over somebody else.

If they made chocolate a forbidden treat then everyone would be going behind buildings selling chocolate.

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