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Andrea
Stafford, Texas
I'm Good at Being Me
Interests: check back later, i'm new all of this blogging stuff.
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Only one word... Hilarious. Family Feud hasn't been this funny since Richard Dawson. (yes I'm old enough to remember) My mom DVR's the shows all week and I go over and watch them on the weekends.
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I'm just too through! This whole TSA pat down is clearly an invasion of ones personal space. You fondling me, but you didn't buy me drinks or dinner? No Seriously... I think our government has gone too far. Bin Laden in not hidden in some guys balls or some woman's breasts. There was an elderly guy a few weeks back that soiled his pants after a pat down. He was clearly upset. They need to find another way!
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There isn't anything wrong with him looking, but a stare from a roving eye more than a few seconds is a problem. You should communicate to him how his actions make you feel(minus the anger). I hate to say it, but he sounds like he has some cheating tendencies. If he doesn't stop disrespecting you... girl chunk him the deuce.
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Wow! I was both speechless and mesmerized. Love it!
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TMS, do I have your permission to put the link on my FB Page? Thanks in advance.
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Will do it. Thanks TMS.
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Sorry TMS, didn't mean to disappoint, I really was trying hard to get it together, but too many other things clouding the thoughts.
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I just kind of stood in the corner on this conversation because my thoughts about this topic was all over the place. I could not collectively gather those thoughts enough to post. I read the comments; it was pretty heated for a minute. @ I will use Faith as an example. A strong belief system can be based upon our personal relationship with God, but can be strengthened and enhanced as we devote time together as a family in fellowship and using Faith as a basis for establishing cohesiveness and purpose. We also need to seriously interrogate the complicated ways that we are positioned as the oppressors and the oppressed, before the same cycles of community failure continue to get worse. I whole-heartedly agree with this statement and believe this is the answer to solve the issue.
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Wow, I didn't there was a coach for matchmaking. I may need to schedule an appointment as I have a ton of questions. To answer your questions above though... I've always had callbacks within the next day or two, but it was ME who kind of let things fade to black. I did get stood up about a month ago, and it's funny because my intuition radar was on full alert. There was something that just didn't seem right about him. My past relationship... it was love at first sight, we were together 8 years. I've been called difficult, challenging and outright mean sometimes. I'm really not, I just need people to do right and be honest.
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The video is hot, very deep. That girl has always been consistent in her work. It gets two snaps up.
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Thanks for the information TMS. I co-signed.
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I've always considered myself to be black. And when people around me say African-American, while they're stumbling to even say it, I tell them just say black, you aren't offending anyone. I wasn't offended by the word Negro as I would be with the other "N" word. Given the fact that there is a huge percent of blacks in prison, they should be counted where they lived before prison. Those are the counties and cities that really need the money. It's just another way to keep the poor opressed, suppressed. It doesn't matter what color you are, if you're poor you're a whole other class of people anyway. I hope people that live in areas where the need is great will fill out the census form, and not be small-minded and ignorant. Just like people that came out in numbers to vote in history, their voice can be heard in the census.
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Ron just let it go, it's OK to cry, with that comes healing. Dang it doesn't make you weak, it makes you human.
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Sorry my manners were absent when I posted, welcome StreetZ. :-)
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Women are emotional people naturally, that’s how God made us. We bring forth life, we take care of our families (even when the man isn’t present), we love hard, and we make it happen by any means necessary. Sometimes it’s hormonal (not just when “the gift” is in town for the week). I cry when I don’t see enough of the sun. There have been times when I’ve allowed my emotions to control my negative circumstance, but Proverbs 4:23 reminds me to Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life. I think for us to be stronger emotionally; we have to be stronger spiritually. We do that by spending time with God and His word daily. We also have to carve out time everyday for us. I know that men through generations were taught not to cry, that it was weak, on the contrary, men are human too very much capable of expressing feelings. It doesn’t make men any less of a leader, any less of a man. I personally think it's sorta sexy. I think if more men would have been taught that it’s ok to cry, we wouldn’t have so many that are damaged and detached.
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I am not cynical or so the test says. I had no idea what a sherpa was. Before I read the definition, I thought it could have been some kind of animal.
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I love to hear good news, especially about children. I read this story last evening and thought it was awesome. Yes the title did confuse me... the first thought I had was "Wonder twins activate".(Zan & Jayna) Just kind of fell back into a childhood memory. Good story TMS.
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Yes the physical is the first kind of attraction, but I need something more substantive. I can't even front, no I'm not going to try and meet guys I'm not attracted to and you're right they might turn on me. Ohhh wouldn't that be a mess. No I don't consider it a kiss of death but talking to me about sex or wanting phone sex or sending pics of body parts and you just met me makes it a kiss of death. There's more to women than T&A. It's the MENTAL that counts with me!
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You put talent and T-pain in the same sentence? wow! Looking forward to seeing this movie. May REAL music live!
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I will take lesson #1 to heart and try. When I meet someone, I always have the best intentions of only being friends. Maybe I need to meet some guys I'm not attracted to physically, but that would be shallow. SMH! I'm totally on the same page with Lisa when she talks about the lame a** sexual reference and no sex until marriage. It seems as though that's all guys want FROM THE START without even trying to get to know you. (I have a recent story about that)I made up my mind 3.3 years ago that I wasn't... and haven't. Yay for me!
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I have to fess up… I don’t know how to be JUST friends with guys either. Although I have the best intentions from the start to be JUST FRIENDS and do activities that friends do, there were times when “THAT NEED” got fulfilled (while we were both single of course)and made some friendships more complicated and others not so much. Now I do have guy friends that are married or involved with someone in which case I would never accept anything outside the friendship. I’ve never wanted to remain friends with guys I’ve dated and broken up with. I live by a philosophy I created-NO BACKS! Once you’re gone, you’re gone. There was one guy in particular that started out as friends and we explored being in a relationship but I soon realized I didn’t like some of his ways of thinking when it came to relationships, I told him, honey you will be just a friend because no woman in her right mind will want to deal with you, and he was ok with that idea because he said I was too mean for him to deal with (not true). Long story short he actually ended up being the best friend I’ve ever had and the best ever. We still remain friends even today. I agree with Tamica on the idea of long distance relationships. I've tried it- hated it both times. As the old tagline for Southwestern Bell Phone Company "reach out and touch"...I need to be able to do that whenever.
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I listened to part of Tiger's apology and it didn't sound authentic. It sounded scripted, just like all the others who have been exposed for cheating. I personally don't think Tiger owed anyone an apology except his wife and family. He's human, he made mistakes and should move on from this striving to be a better person. I don't know what it is about entertainers, politicians, athletes and the like; it's like they think they're on a different plane and are untouchable. Now I wish the media would just move on from it and quit trying to dissect why he did it. (I could think of 3 three reasons off top right now.) This problem is age old and happens everyday. And I'm sure it's happening right now. Some man is meeting his mistress for lunch and some afternoon delight, then goes home to his wife like nothing has happened.
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No matter the circumstance, it's apparent you love your mother and I'm sure she loves you. Stay focused on the good.
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Merry Christmas TMS! The points you mentioned is something we must pray for everyday. I always ask God to meet the needs of His people everyday whatever that may be. He is, after all, omniscient. Be safe as you usher in the New Year. Wow 2010!
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I'm shocked and in awe. Wow what a life. God definitely has His hand on you. Glad you back...again.
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