25: “This rudderless world is not shaped by vague metaphysical forces. It is not God who kills the children. Not fate that butchers them or destiny that feeds them to the dogs. It’s us. Only us.”
32: Yes! I walked out of…….Hotel for Dogs. Yes, i paid to see that. Yes, it was because i was pretending to be doing something else (i think sex? it was high school) and yes i was dumb enough to think i actually had to buy a ticket to make it look like I went. I also walked out of W., the biopic about George W. Bush’s life, cus i convinced some friends to go see it thinking it was a parody/mockery of him when really it was quite semi-serious. And I walked out of Paranormal Activity because the lack of editing quality made me almsot throw up, but then i went back in for my friends.
39: I am good at talking about things that no one cares to hear about! The things that, if you’re trying to talk to a girl/guy who is not an outsider like you, will make them be bored talking to you
In response to a recent news story about a transgender child being rejected from joining a Colorado Girl Scout troop for being biologically male, the Girl Scouts of Colorado stepped forward to say they would accept all children identifying as girls.
The organization is reaching out to the girl and her family and will change its training programs to be more sensitive should the issue arise again.
“Girl Scouts is an inclusive organization and we accept all girls in Kindergarten through 12th grade as members,” the statement says. “If a child identifies as a girl and the child’s family presents her as a girl, Girl Scouts of Colorado welcomes her as a Girl Scout.”
Out of darkness, light is shed. Good for them.
This would be why I love my organization.
I have wanted to be a member of your fine organisation for a while now, and if you could please KINDLY GET WITH THE PROGRAM, THAT WOULD BE AWESOME.
DUDE FUN FACT i quit boy scouts because i heard they kicked a muslim kid out and i was all “fizzuck dat shizzat dawg”