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after it has stayed in the shelter for 72 hours
the dogs that fall under this “breed ban” it won’t even get the chance to be adopted
if the owner brings in the dog it will immediately be killed
the breeds in the “ban” are “bullies” ie: Dobermans, Rottweilers, Chow Chows, German Shepherds, Great Danes, Pitbulls, Mastiffs, Akitas and Huskies
and reblog the shit out of this.
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I did rise and run. I learned that I was right and everyone else wrong when I was nine. Buck Rogers arrived on scene that year, and it was instant love. I collected the daily strips, and was madness maddened by them. Friends criticized. Friends made fun. I tore up the Buck Rogers strips. For a month I walked through my fourth-grade classes, stunned and empty. One day I burst into tears, wondering what devastation had happened to me. The answer was: Buck Rogers. He was gone, and life simply wasn’t worth living. The next thought was: Those are not my friends, the ones who got me to tear the strips apart and so tear my own life down the middle; they are my enemies.
I went back to collecting Buck Rogers. My life has been happy ever since. For that was the beginning of my writing science fiction. Since then, I have never listened to anyone who criticized my taste in space travel, sideshows or gorillas. When this occurs, I pack up my dinosaurs and leave the room.
“Zen in the Art of Writing”
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In talking with women about romantic relationships, the most common frustration they express is related to a lack of equality when it comes to communication and time. Women notice that their opinions and time are seen as less valuable than a man’s thoughts, opinions, and time. I hear from many of my woman readers that when they wanted to spend time with the person they are romantically involved with, often, he wasn’t available. Yet, they were expected to be available when he was ready to spend time. It has to do with an equitable sacrifice.
The articulation of a thought I’ve had a number of times.
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