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Bad, Church, and Fail: her if she went through with it. Someone even told her four-year-old daughter, who was really excited about getting a little sister, that You aren't going to get a little sister because mommy is going to kill the baby." They told that to a FOUR-YEAR OLDIThe harassment got so bad that on the day of her appointment, she didn't go About a later her liver started to fail, then her kidneys. Within a few days she was dead. They did deliver the baby at 23 and a half weeks, but she didn't survive more than a few hours ravenclawgirl29 This really pisses me off, because last year my cousin Emily (Emmie) actually did die from not being able to abort her baby When she was just under 20 weeks along ith her second daughter they found out she had a condition which causes high blood pressure and protein in urine. The doctors gave her like a 5% chance of being able to bring the baby to term with both of them surviving. She and her husband were DEVASTATED Of course the church held a big memorial for her and the baby, going on and on about hour strong she was and what a great person and mother she was. And how it was a tragedy that she was taken so young but “god works in mysterious ways She regretfully scheduled an appointment to terminate, but people found out. She went to church for comfort, so that she would have people there for her when she would need them but she got the opposite Her church threatened to ex-communicate her, even though she tried to explain she didn't want to abort, she had to to survive People told her that a good mother would be willing to risk her life for her child, and sent her letters saying she was going to hell and threatening to physically attack BULL FUCKING SHIT! Emmie was already vulnerable and distraught and she went to those people looking for comfort and they turned on her so brutally that she was too terrified and ashamed to have a necessary medical procedure. That's NOT pro-life That's not even anti-choice, because she didn't have a choice, she NEEDED that -char
Bad, Church, and Fail: her if she went through with it. Someone
 even told her four-year-old daughter, who
 was really excited about getting a little
 sister, that You aren't going to get a little
 sister because mommy is going to kill the
 baby." They told that to a FOUR-YEAR
 OLDIThe harassment got so bad that on
 the day of her appointment, she didn't go
 About a later her liver started to fail, then
 her kidneys. Within a few days she was
 dead. They did deliver the baby at 23 and a
 half weeks, but she didn't survive more
 than a few hours
 ravenclawgirl29
 This really pisses me off, because last year
 my cousin Emily (Emmie) actually did die
 from not being able to abort her baby
 When she was just under 20 weeks along
 ith her second daughter they found out
 she had a condition which causes high
 blood pressure and protein in urine. The
 doctors gave her like a 5% chance of being
 able to bring the baby to term with both of
 them surviving. She and her husband were
 DEVASTATED
 Of course the church held a big memorial
 for her and the baby, going on and on about
 hour strong she was and what a great
 person and mother she was. And how it
 was a tragedy that she was taken so young
 but “god works in mysterious ways
 She regretfully scheduled an appointment
 to terminate, but people found out. She
 went to church for comfort, so that she
 would have people there for her when she
 would need them but she got the opposite
 Her church threatened to ex-communicate
 her, even though she tried to explain she
 didn't want to abort, she had to to survive
 People told her that a good mother would
 be willing to risk her life for her child, and
 sent her letters saying she was going to
 hell and threatening to physically attack
 BULL FUCKING SHIT! Emmie was already
 vulnerable and distraught and she went to
 those people looking for comfort and they
 turned on her so brutally that she was too
 terrified and ashamed to have a necessary
 medical procedure. That's NOT pro-life
 That's not even anti-choice, because she
 didn't have a choice, she NEEDED that
-char

-char

Advice, Alive, and Anaconda: Pro football player leaves behind $37 million contract to become a farmer POSTED 249 PM, NOVEMBER 17, 2014, BY FOX 4 NEWSROOM AND KASEY BABBITT, UPDATED AT 05:59PM, NOVEMBER 17 2014 fFACEBOOK 00 yTWITTER四 PPINTEREST g+ GOOGLE ǐn LINKEDIN。 EMAIL 10K+ 21 Ex-NFL star finds new passion in farming LOUISBURG, N.C. - ANFL player has left behind his $37 million contract in order to do something he has never done before: become a North Carolina farmer. According to CBS News, St. Louis Rams center Jason Brown quit football to be a full time farmer and now is on a mission to feed the state's residents who are hungry Brown purchased 1,000 acres of farm land and has started growing crops like sweet potatoes and cucumbers "My agent told me, You're making the biggest mistake of your life," Brown told CBS "And I looked right back at him and I said, 'No l'm not. No I'm not." Brown learned the tricks of the trade from none other than watching videos on YouTube, since he had never actually farmed a day in his life. He also spent time gathering advice from local farmers in Louisburg He is calling the farm, the "First Fruits Farm," and as part of his plan, Brown is donating the first fruits of every harvest to area food pantries. He just recently finished his first harvest of a five acre plot of sweet potatoes; a whopping 100,000 pounds of food, which he donated to the needy He says his plan was inspired by God, and believes a life of service is much more fulfilling than his previous line of work When you see them pop up out of the ground, man, it's the most beautiful thing you could ever see," Brown said, who says he's never felt more successful With his farm he plans to make a dent in his state's hunger population. <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://caragh.tumblr.com/post/145781500883">caragh</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/145780848790">sashayed</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://spacenoot.tumblr.com/post/136533657648">spacenoot</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://beldaran.tumblr.com/post/103127591014">beldaran</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://jumpingjacktrash.tumblr.com/post/103077578194">jumpingjacktrash</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>you go, you beautiful person. you fuckin <em>go</em>.</p> </blockquote> <p>YES FUCK YES</p> </blockquote> <p>No ok but I actually met him. Several of my colleagues and students were hired to do some assessments for several manmade and natural ponds on his property. He wanted to maintain them with several different fish populations so that kids nearby could fish and have a good time. </p> <p>While we were working he rode up in his four wheeler with a terrified look on his face. I never thought I would see a former football player on the verge of tears, but boy howdy he nearly was. Several of us stop what we were doing and go over to see what was up. </p> <p>“I was running the tractor through the field and almost hit a fawn.” He says.</p> <p>Now, for reference, it’s pretty common to have farmers run over and kill fawns. The defense mechanism of fawns when they are young is to lay down low and not move…which obviously isn’t great for when there’s a tractor. It happens all the time, but it can be pretty bloody. It’s not a pretty sight.</p> <p>So, thinking that maybe such a gory scene unnerved him and that we may have to dispose of the body, I say “Mr. Brown, is the fawn still alive?” </p> <p>He says “Yes, I took it to the barn…but I’m afraid the mom won’t take it back because it has human scent on it.”</p> <p>The myth about “human scent” is a common one, but it’s just that…a myth. But still, this guy was absolutely terrified that this little deer was going to live the first few weeks of its life without a parent. He was distraught. </p> <p>Luckily my professor/boss was like “Don’t worry Mr. Brown, if you return the fawn relatively close to the spot that you found it, the mother will come back. The human scent thing is just a myth. The fawn will be alright, just be sure to keep the barn quiet so that the fawn doesn’t panic.” </p> <p>Mr. Brown’s face lit up and he let out a sigh of relief. “Thank God” he said “I was so worried.”</p> <p>And that’s the story of how I met the sweetest man ever: Mr. Jason Brown.</p> </blockquote> <p><figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="616" data-orig-width="621"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/9e72a48be3f1e3ae8270595ec90baed0/tumblr_inline_o8mxi9TDuk1qcq7oa_540.png" data-orig-height="616" data-orig-width="621"/></figure></p> <p><a href="https://twitter.com/WiseFarmerBrown/status/738375461714169856/video/1">fyi Jason Brown is still the cutest</a></p> </blockquote> <p>I can’t believe this is a real story, but it’s a real story. </p> </blockquote>
Advice, Alive, and Anaconda: Pro football player leaves behind
 $37 million contract to become
 a farmer
 POSTED 249 PM, NOVEMBER 17, 2014, BY FOX 4 NEWSROOM AND KASEY BABBITT, UPDATED AT 05:59PM, NOVEMBER 17
 2014
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 Ex-NFL star finds new passion in farming

 LOUISBURG, N.C. - ANFL player has left behind his $37 million contract in order to do
 something he has never done before: become a North Carolina farmer.
 According to CBS News, St. Louis Rams center Jason Brown quit football to be a full time
 farmer and now is on a mission to feed the state's residents who are hungry
 Brown purchased 1,000 acres of farm land and has started growing crops like sweet
 potatoes and cucumbers
 "My agent told me, You're making the biggest mistake of your life," Brown told CBS
 "And I looked right back at him and I said, 'No l'm not. No I'm not."
 Brown learned the tricks of the trade from none other than watching videos on YouTube,
 since he had never actually farmed a day in his life. He also spent time gathering advice
 from local farmers in Louisburg
 He is calling the farm, the "First Fruits Farm," and as part of his plan, Brown is donating
 the first fruits of every harvest to area food pantries. He just recently finished his first
 harvest of a five acre plot of sweet potatoes; a whopping 100,000 pounds of food, which
 he donated to the needy
 He says his plan was inspired by God, and believes a life of service is much more fulfilling
 than his previous line of work
 When you see them pop up out of the ground, man, it's the most beautiful thing you
 could ever see," Brown said, who says he's never felt more successful
 With his farm he plans to make a dent in his state's hunger population.
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://caragh.tumblr.com/post/145781500883">caragh</a>:</p><blockquote>
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/145780848790">sashayed</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://spacenoot.tumblr.com/post/136533657648">spacenoot</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://beldaran.tumblr.com/post/103127591014">beldaran</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://jumpingjacktrash.tumblr.com/post/103077578194">jumpingjacktrash</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p>you go, you beautiful person. you fuckin <em>go</em>.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>YES FUCK YES</p>
</blockquote>
<p>No ok but I actually met him. Several of my colleagues and students were hired to do some assessments for several manmade and natural ponds on his property. He wanted to maintain them with several different fish populations so that kids nearby could fish and have a good time. </p>
<p>While we were working he rode up in his four wheeler with a terrified look on his face. I never thought I would see a former football player on the verge of tears, but boy howdy he nearly was. Several of us stop what we were doing and go over to see what was up. </p>
<p>“I was running the tractor through the field and almost hit a fawn.” He says.</p>
<p>Now, for reference, it’s pretty common to have farmers run over and kill fawns. The defense mechanism of fawns when they are young is to lay down low and not move…which obviously isn’t great for when there’s a tractor. It happens all the time, but it can be pretty bloody. It’s not a pretty sight.</p>
<p>So, thinking that maybe such a gory scene unnerved him and that we may have to dispose of the body, I say “Mr. Brown, is the fawn still alive?” </p>
<p>He says “Yes, I took it to the barn…but I’m afraid the mom won’t take it back because it has human scent on it.”</p>
<p>The myth about “human scent” is a common one, but it’s just that…a myth. But still, this guy was absolutely terrified that this little deer was going to live the first few weeks of its life without a parent. He was distraught. </p>
<p>Luckily my professor/boss was like “Don’t worry Mr. Brown, if you return the fawn relatively close to the spot that you found it, the mother will come back. The human scent thing is just a myth. The fawn will be alright, just be sure to keep the barn quiet so that the fawn doesn’t panic.” </p>
<p>Mr. Brown’s face lit up and he let out a sigh of relief. “Thank God” he said “I was so worried.”</p>
<p>And that’s the story of how I met the sweetest man ever: Mr. Jason Brown.</p>
</blockquote>
<p><figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="616" data-orig-width="621"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/9e72a48be3f1e3ae8270595ec90baed0/tumblr_inline_o8mxi9TDuk1qcq7oa_540.png" data-orig-height="616" data-orig-width="621"/></figure></p>
<p><a href="https://twitter.com/WiseFarmerBrown/status/738375461714169856/video/1">fyi Jason Brown is still the cutest</a></p>
</blockquote>
<p>I can’t believe this is a real story, but it’s a real story. </p>
</blockquote>

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