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<p><a href="http://celticpyro.tumblr.com/post/176530994999/that-ugly-barnacle-pr1nceshawn-customer" class="tumblr_blog">celticpyro</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://that-ugly-barnacle.tumblr.com/post/176375233920/pr1nceshawn-customer-service-a-day-in-the" class="tumblr_blog">that-ugly-barnacle</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://pr1nceshawn.tumblr.com/post/176317845765/customer-service-a-day-in-the-life" class="tumblr_blog">pr1nceshawn</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2><b>Customer Service: A Day In The Life.</b></h2></blockquote> <p>I love this</p> </blockquote> <p>I want to hug every customer service worker but my social anxiety prevents me.<br/></p></blockquote> <p>The money I would pay to be able to speak this way to a customer</p>: A WORLD OF S ITB 1B <p><a href="http://celticpyro.tumblr.com/post/176530994999/that-ugly-barnacle-pr1nceshawn-customer" class="tumblr_blog">celticpyro</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://that-ugly-barnacle.tumblr.com/post/176375233920/pr1nceshawn-customer-service-a-day-in-the" class="tumblr_blog">that-ugly-barnacle</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://pr1nceshawn.tumblr.com/post/176317845765/customer-service-a-day-in-the-life" class="tumblr_blog">pr1nceshawn</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2><b>Customer Service: A Day In The Life.</b></h2></blockquote> <p>I love this</p> </blockquote> <p>I want to hug every customer service worker but my social anxiety prevents me.<br/></p></blockquote> <p>The money I would pay to be able to speak this way to a customer</p>
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<p>If you watch Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, you&rsquo;ll know that yesterday they launched a book <b><a href="http://amzn.to/2FLP9Y9">A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo</a></b> where the protagonist is a gay rabbit, to compete with Mike&rsquo;s Pence book with the same title :D</p> The book is available on Amazon <b><a href="http://amzn.to/2FLP9Y9">HERE!</a></b> Let&rsquo;s get this book to nr.1 in Amazon :D <a href="http://amzn.to/2ID9o8c"> <figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="592" data-orig-width="1183" data-orig-src="https://i.imgur.com/rOw0Ogz.png?2"><img border="0" alt="W3Schools" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/3e0293fb432aa31291291d003d12b810/tumblr_inline_p6m7uy0VK31uytbl8_540.png" data-orig-height="592" data-orig-width="1183" data-orig-src="https://i.imgur.com/rOw0Ogz.png?2"/></figure></a>: P E CEI <p>If you watch Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, you&rsquo;ll know that yesterday they launched a book <b><a href="http://amzn.to/2FLP9Y9">A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo</a></b> where the protagonist is a gay rabbit, to compete with Mike&rsquo;s Pence book with the same title :D</p> The book is available on Amazon <b><a href="http://amzn.to/2FLP9Y9">HERE!</a></b> Let&rsquo;s get this book to nr.1 in Amazon :D <a href="http://amzn.to/2ID9o8c"> <figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="592" data-orig-width="1183" data-orig-src="https://i.imgur.com/rOw0Ogz.png?2"><img border="0" alt="W3Schools" src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/3e0293fb432aa31291291d003d12b810/tumblr_inline_p6m7uy0VK31uytbl8_540.png" data-orig-height="592" data-orig-width="1183" data-orig-src="https://i.imgur.com/rOw0Ogz.png?2"/></figure></a>

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From @havokjournal - 🇺🇸Post 1- A Day in the life of a Ranger Veteran - "It was my 3rd mission that I bagged my first bad guy. Back then I didn't know anything. All I knew is that I had to stay with my TL, hell I didn't even have a radio. I knew we were running up to the top of a hill somewhere right out of the bird and above the target. I remember putting the mortar rounds on my back and immediately feeling the shoulder straps sliding off the normal position. I remember also trying to figure out between two different bags which one was more comfortable and usable on the objective. Well the only difference was one would start hurting in 15 secs, while the new one would hurt in 10. In almost every aspect of being a Ranger, you're going to feel pain for a very long time. Eventually you'll learn how to block it out - The night I first got blooded, it was one of those run off the bird and get to where you're supposed to be. You cannot mess it up cuz’ we got to roll. I'm just trying to keep up and am getting further behind, I start thinking, “don't get separated from my TL.” He's got the radio, then BAM I noticed everyone stopped. My guys had their lasers trained on a guy not 10’ in front of them. Mexican standoff style. Like true Rangers, our boys shot first, but weapons jammed. This guy was loaded with an AK and some grenades on him. He is exactly what you imagine a terrorist looks like down to the pineapple grenades on his Rhodesian vest and a white turbin. I was still admittedly hesitant, but after they let loose on those rounds...I hammered that guy - From that night on, I was never scared of the enemy. Just turned on. Using all my mental prowess to contribute to the group and belong amongst them - I was happy to be a Ranger. I belonged there, ridding evil off the Earth. I had a group of guys willing to fight and die with me. I had never and probably will never feel such a good feeling as when you all make it back and head to chow and start bullshitting - 🇺🇸Follow @ranger_webb - RLTW usmilitary havokjournal dailybadass voiceforveterans veteransday liveforthem veteranfarmer farming ranching cow: From @havokjournal - 🇺🇸Post 1- A Day in the life of a Ranger Veteran - "It was my 3rd mission that I bagged my first bad guy. Back then I didn't know anything. All I knew is that I had to stay with my TL, hell I didn't even have a radio. I knew we were running up to the top of a hill somewhere right out of the bird and above the target. I remember putting the mortar rounds on my back and immediately feeling the shoulder straps sliding off the normal position. I remember also trying to figure out between two different bags which one was more comfortable and usable on the objective. Well the only difference was one would start hurting in 15 secs, while the new one would hurt in 10. In almost every aspect of being a Ranger, you're going to feel pain for a very long time. Eventually you'll learn how to block it out - The night I first got blooded, it was one of those run off the bird and get to where you're supposed to be. You cannot mess it up cuz’ we got to roll. I'm just trying to keep up and am getting further behind, I start thinking, “don't get separated from my TL.” He's got the radio, then BAM I noticed everyone stopped. My guys had their lasers trained on a guy not 10’ in front of them. Mexican standoff style. Like true Rangers, our boys shot first, but weapons jammed. This guy was loaded with an AK and some grenades on him. He is exactly what you imagine a terrorist looks like down to the pineapple grenades on his Rhodesian vest and a white turbin. I was still admittedly hesitant, but after they let loose on those rounds...I hammered that guy - From that night on, I was never scared of the enemy. Just turned on. Using all my mental prowess to contribute to the group and belong amongst them - I was happy to be a Ranger. I belonged there, ridding evil off the Earth. I had a group of guys willing to fight and die with me. I had never and probably will never feel such a good feeling as when you all make it back and head to chow and start bullshitting - 🇺🇸Follow @ranger_webb - RLTW usmilitary havokjournal dailybadass voiceforveterans veteransday liveforthem veteranfarmer farming ranching cow
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room-where-it-happens: vox: This heartbreaking ad reminds us what the 2016 election is really aboutOn Wednesday, Joss Whedon’s Save The Day PAC released my favorite ad of the 2016 campaign season. Titled “Verdict” and available in both English and Spanish, the two-minute long ad depicts a day in the life of a Hispanic family interspersed with television and radio commentary about the pace of voter turnout — low overall but high in some areas. At the end, the news is ready to announce the winner and a little girl asks her dad, “Papi, can we stay?”It doesn’t mention either candidate or party and is ostensibly simply part of a campaign to encourage people to vote, but anyone with half a brain sees it as a heartstrings-tugging piece of advocacy for Hillary Clinton. It had me in tears.The ad spoke to me, personally, in a way nothing else I’ve seen this campaign season did for two big reasons.The first is that it highlights the reality of working-class people of color, who have often been erased from discourse around the economic anxiety of Trump supporters and the multi-millionaire son of a multi-millionaire’s blue color appeal. Here’s an alarm clock set for 4 am, a man opening a store, a maid cleaning a kitchen, a cook making a living in a taco truck, etc. They’re not relaxing with their soy lattes after yoga. There are millions of people like them in the United States, and their votes are crucial to the election.The other is that even though the past few months of the campaign have not really had a policy focus, the ad is a reminder that there is very much a policy core to Trump’s campaign.There are millions of people Trump is promising to deport from the United States, and he’s premised those deportations on the idea that certain kinds of immigrants are inherently criminal. Meanwhile, Clinton is promising to let stay in the United States. And those millions have millions more in children, spouses, siblings, cousins, friends, and colleagues who will miss them if they are forcibly removed from the country.After losing the 2012 presidential election, the Republican Party wrote an autopsy report, the key premise of which was that the GOP had to demonstrate a greater level of interest in Latino concerns. Donald Trump’s key premise from the moment he announced his candidacy was just the opposite — it was time to stop being PC and start getting tough; stop sympathizing with the motives of the undocumented and start calling them murderers and rapists; stop worrying about the practical and humanitarian aspects of mass deportation and start promising it; stop worrying about making nice with Mexico and start talking about coercing Mexico into paying for the wall.Obviously Clinton’s campaign has its reasons for keeping the closing argument focus on other matters. And obviously Trump supporters are not going to appreciate this ad’s framing of the deportation issue. But this really was Trump’s original core differentiator from the GOP field. And since he won the nomination, there hasn’t been much dissent about it from other elected officials in his party. “Papi, can we stay?”Yep, there we go, that’s my heartbreaking.Seriously, stop making me cry campaign ads!: room-where-it-happens: vox: This heartbreaking ad reminds us what the 2016 election is really aboutOn Wednesday, Joss Whedon’s Save The Day PAC released my favorite ad of the 2016 campaign season. Titled “Verdict” and available in both English and Spanish, the two-minute long ad depicts a day in the life of a Hispanic family interspersed with television and radio commentary about the pace of voter turnout — low overall but high in some areas. At the end, the news is ready to announce the winner and a little girl asks her dad, “Papi, can we stay?”It doesn’t mention either candidate or party and is ostensibly simply part of a campaign to encourage people to vote, but anyone with half a brain sees it as a heartstrings-tugging piece of advocacy for Hillary Clinton. It had me in tears.The ad spoke to me, personally, in a way nothing else I’ve seen this campaign season did for two big reasons.The first is that it highlights the reality of working-class people of color, who have often been erased from discourse around the economic anxiety of Trump supporters and the multi-millionaire son of a multi-millionaire’s blue color appeal. Here’s an alarm clock set for 4 am, a man opening a store, a maid cleaning a kitchen, a cook making a living in a taco truck, etc. They’re not relaxing with their soy lattes after yoga. There are millions of people like them in the United States, and their votes are crucial to the election.The other is that even though the past few months of the campaign have not really had a policy focus, the ad is a reminder that there is very much a policy core to Trump’s campaign.There are millions of people Trump is promising to deport from the United States, and he’s premised those deportations on the idea that certain kinds of immigrants are inherently criminal. Meanwhile, Clinton is promising to let stay in the United States. And those millions have millions more in children, spouses, siblings, cousins, friends, and colleagues who will miss them if they are forcibly removed from the country.After losing the 2012 presidential election, the Republican Party wrote an autopsy report, the key premise of which was that the GOP had to demonstrate a greater level of interest in Latino concerns. Donald Trump’s key premise from the moment he announced his candidacy was just the opposite — it was time to stop being PC and start getting tough; stop sympathizing with the motives of the undocumented and start calling them murderers and rapists; stop worrying about the practical and humanitarian aspects of mass deportation and start promising it; stop worrying about making nice with Mexico and start talking about coercing Mexico into paying for the wall.Obviously Clinton’s campaign has its reasons for keeping the closing argument focus on other matters. And obviously Trump supporters are not going to appreciate this ad’s framing of the deportation issue. But this really was Trump’s original core differentiator from the GOP field. And since he won the nomination, there hasn’t been much dissent about it from other elected officials in his party. “Papi, can we stay?”Yep, there we go, that’s my heartbreaking.Seriously, stop making me cry campaign ads!

room-where-it-happens: vox: This heartbreaking ad reminds us what the 2016 election is really aboutOn Wednesday, Joss Whedon’s Save The...

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