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indulgence: blackwitchmagicwoman: auroraluciferi: askmace: scholarlyapproach: DON’T LET THIS HAPPEN TO CEREAL!!! Listen in the past the poor have had to improvise cheap food the rich never wanted as a means to survive. And over the many years of innovation made the food taste good until eventually the rich where like: “Oh hay you actually like that garbage? Why on earth would you like it?” Then they try it, love it, start buying it, and then drive the price up so much it becomes a luxury good. They do this and its devastating, the food typically never becomes affordable again. It don’t matter how cheap the foo dis to produce, it doesn’t matter if there is almost no meat on the bone or its super difficult to eat and messy. Once the poor discover how to make some bit of cheap food taste good, the rich take it away via driving the price of it up. THEY DID THIS TO RIBS. Ribs were garage meat. Just look at them, there is hardly any meat on the bone, you have to eat them by hand usually, and they are messy. They where an undesirable cheap source of junk meat. But the poor being the poor made them taste good. (Because they don’t have much to choose from.) The rich discovered the meals the poor made with them and decided they liked ribs too. People discovered they could sell a few ribs to rich people and make way more money then selling lots of ribs to poor people and the price was driven up. DON’T LET THIS HAPPEN TO CEREAL!!! They did the same to brisket.  You used to be able to get brisket for less than a dollar a pound, which meant you could get a twenty pound brisket fairly cheaply.  And then you smoked it, sliced it, and had meat for weeks if not a full month.  And it was tasty.  I grew up eating brisket at least once a month because my family could afford it. It was a cheap meat because no rich person looks at the dangly part of the neck of a cow and goes ‘ooh, that looks tasty!’. But then Food Network started showcasing things like barbecued brisket.  Rich people started showing up at places that weren’t just Rib Crib to get their barbeque.  And the price of brisket went up.  A lot. I regularly see it for over five dollars a pound in stores now.  And while yeah, that might not seem like a lot when you’re talking only a pound or two of meat, brisket is normally sold in ten to twenty pound sizes.  It’s become completely unaffordable to the people that made it delicious. Sushi used to be really cheap, too, until it became ‘trendy’.  Guess why you’re now paying twelve dollars for your order of California rolls?  Because rich people discovered something that poor people had been eating for ages. Noticed the prices of fajita meat, chicken thighs, or ham hocks has gone up recently?  You guessed it.  Rich people are taking our food and now we’re scrambling to afford the things that we grew up eating. Lobster is a perfect example of this phenomenon. For hundreds of years, lobster was regarded as a sort of insect larvae from the depth of the sea. It had zero appeal as a “luxury food” until people living in NY and Boston developed a taste for it. Before the 19th century, it was considered a “poverty food” or used as fertilizer and bait - some household servants specified in employment agreements that they would not eat lobster more than twice a week.It was also commonly served at prisons, which tells you something about prison food. Only by cleverly marketing lobster as an indulgence for the privileged made it cost so much. It became a vehicle for enormous profit spawning a multi-billion dollar global industry in the process. This mythical affection for lobster flesh - not its practical value in terms of taste, nutrition, or any other reasonable consideration - drives its value. LMAO. Wait.
indulgence: blackwitchmagicwoman:
auroraluciferi:

askmace:

scholarlyapproach:

DON’T LET THIS HAPPEN TO CEREAL!!!
Listen in the past the poor have had to improvise cheap food the rich never wanted as a means to survive. And over the many years of innovation made the food taste good until eventually the rich where like: “Oh hay you actually like that garbage? Why on earth would you like it?” Then they try it, love it, start buying it, and then drive the price up so much it becomes a luxury good.
They do this and its devastating, the food typically never becomes affordable again. It don’t matter how cheap the foo dis to produce, it doesn’t matter if there is almost no meat on the bone or its super difficult to eat and messy. Once the poor discover how to make some bit of cheap food taste good, the rich take it away via driving the price of it up.
THEY DID THIS TO RIBS.
Ribs were garage meat. Just look at them, there is hardly any meat on the bone, you have to eat them by hand usually, and they are messy. They where an undesirable cheap source of junk meat. But the poor being the poor made them taste good. (Because they don’t have much to choose from.) The rich discovered the meals the poor made with them and decided they liked ribs too. People discovered they could sell a few ribs to rich people and make way more money then selling lots of ribs to poor people and the price was driven up.
DON’T LET THIS HAPPEN TO CEREAL!!!

They did the same to brisket.  You used to be able to get brisket for less than a dollar a pound, which meant you could get a twenty pound brisket fairly cheaply.  And then you smoked it, sliced it, and had meat for weeks if not a full month.  And it was tasty.  I grew up eating brisket at least once a month because my family could afford it.
It was a cheap meat because no rich person looks at the dangly part of the neck of a cow and goes ‘ooh, that looks tasty!’.
But then Food Network started showcasing things like barbecued brisket.  Rich people started showing up at places that weren’t just Rib Crib to get their barbeque.  And the price of brisket went up.  A lot.
I regularly see it for over five dollars a pound in stores now.  And while yeah, that might not seem like a lot when you’re talking only a pound or two of meat, brisket is normally sold in ten to twenty pound sizes.  It’s become completely unaffordable to the people that made it delicious.
Sushi used to be really cheap, too, until it became ‘trendy’.  Guess why you’re now paying twelve dollars for your order of California rolls?  Because rich people discovered something that poor people had been eating for ages.
Noticed the prices of fajita meat, chicken thighs, or ham hocks has gone up recently?  You guessed it.  Rich people are taking our food and now we’re scrambling to afford the things that we grew up eating.

Lobster is a perfect example of this phenomenon. For hundreds of years, lobster was regarded as a sort of insect larvae from the depth of the sea. It had zero appeal as a “luxury food” until people living in NY and Boston developed a taste for it. Before the 19th century, it was considered a “poverty food” or used as fertilizer and bait - some household servants specified in employment agreements that they would not eat lobster more than twice a week.It was also commonly served at prisons, which tells you something about prison food.
Only by cleverly marketing lobster as an indulgence for the privileged made it cost so much. It became a vehicle for enormous profit spawning a multi-billion dollar global industry in the process. This mythical affection for lobster flesh - not its practical value in terms of taste, nutrition, or any other reasonable consideration - drives its value. 



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indulgence: LEATHERMOUTH BLUNT # 77 TO BE QUITE FRANK a singer and maybe we'll do a record. So they had a friend they tried out on vocals but it didn't work out because he didn't write any lyrics. So they were just like, "We're probably gonna scrap the band. I was like There's no way you can kill this band!' Iasked them to have one practice with me singing. I convinced them to book a practice studio on a weekend and I wrote a few lyrics and we had a practice and that was it." For a long time LeATHERMOUTH was a studio-only project, recording in lero's basement during times when he wasn't touring the world with The Black Parade. "We recorded everything with me and Rob (Hughes) and couple of other guys. Now it's like two years later and it's just me Rob left. The rest of guys that started the band, a couple went off and started another band, "The world is full of people that are hiding from thestuff that's going on in the world today.I wanted to attack these things head-on."-Frank lero that broke up, some people got married, moved away, whatever. So when we wanted to tour, we recruited James DeWees (Get Up Kids, Reggie & The Full Effect) to play drums, my friend John Maguire to play bass and my other friend, Eddie Auletta, to play guitar." Signed to indie godhead Epitaph/Shock, LeATHER MOUTH will release their debut full-length, XO, this January. Subscribing to an unwavering musical aes thetic of relentless, heavy hardcore punk, XO's lyrical tirades are directed towards everyone from the cops to drug dealers to the government to school bullies. With very little melodic ambition to speak of, lero screams like a man literally bursting with things to say. On the touring side of things, the band completed a mini US tour in September with Reggie & The Full Effect, followed in December by four dates support- ing Mindless Self Indulgence "That was a thing where convenience came into play," lero says of the brief bouts of touring. "My Chem was on tour, so of course my good friend James DeWees was on tour with us, he plays keyboards with My Chem. We were talking about doing other bands and stuff, we'd been practicing on the road and we decided a LeATHERMOUTH tour would be cool. James HOLD ONTO YOUR FRINGES MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE FANS FRANK IERO IS ONE PISSED OFF DUDE AND LEATHERMOUTH IS ONE PISSED-OFF SIDE-PROJECT. BY MATT REEKIE hallenging an audience to think is tanta- mount to commercial suicide in the rock game. So it's a damn lucky thing that shift ing units was the last thing on My Chemical Romance guitarist Frank lero's mind when he conceived LeATHERMOUTH Pissed off at the world and all the evil sons of bitches in it, LeATHERMOUTH is set to inflame debate both musical and political. The group's hardcore punk sound is too brutal and unrelenting to appeal to a mass audience, but that's beside the point as far as My Chem then for one, they would probably be really disappointed and two, very offended. "Another reason I wanted to keep it anonymouUS is because I was a little scared of what people would think. But on the other hand, I don't want to run away from anything or pretend that I didn't say some of the things I've said. The world is full of people that are hid- ing from the stuff that's going on in the world today. wanted to attack these things head-on. People are so PC, parents want to shield their kids' eyes to what's actually going on, and I think that's just adding to the misery that's running rampant in the world today." Formed in New Jersey in 2007 by some friends of lero, including Rob Hughes, LeATHERMOUTH could just as easily have never happened. To hear lero explain the whole story, one starts to understand how much his own personal passion and drive brought the thing to life. Clearly,he needed this outlet "It was actually right before [My Chemical Ro- mance] recorded The Black Parade," he begins. "I was back home, we had taken some time off, and a couple of my friends were thinking of starting a new band. "I remember it like it was yesterday. It was right before we were going to see a movie; we were in the parking lot of the movies and we all crowded into their Volkswagen. They played me this 3 song demo, there were no vocals or anything like that, just simple verse- chorus punk rock, and I was like, Wow, how can I be involved with this band? "I have my record label, Skeleton Crew that Irun with a few friends so I told these guys they should find was going to do a Reggie & The Full Effect tour, so we decided that I'd play in Reggie with him and we'd both do LeATHERMOUTH "We had done a few shows here and there but it never felt real until we did the Reggie & The Full Effect tour. It actually felt like the band was finally doing things after two years of just recording in my basement. All these emotions started to come out and the shows just got better every day. By the time we were like, 'This is turning into something incred- ible,' the tour was over. We were like, "We need to lero is concerned book something else.' But then life comes in and you have to do certain things." These "certain things" for lero include his duties with My Chemical Romance, which will almost certainly ensure that LeATHERMOUTH gigs are fewer and farther between in 2009. It remains to be seen whether the thrashy hardcore sound of LeATHERMOUTH will influence lero's con- tribution to the new MCR album. He's fairly certain it won't, but he's not ruling anything out "That's the thing with My Chem, you never say never because anything can come out.I don't know what will "If I kept this inside any longer, I would probably explode," he says flatly of the project, which features himself on vocals alongside an old Jersey friend, Rob Hughes, on guitar LeATHERMOUTH inhabits a completely different realm to the highly commercial one ruled over by My Chemical Romance. Likewise, it's a long way from the singer/songwriter folk ballads, electronica dabbling, or white boy rap that so often rear their ugly heads when members of popular rock bands embark upon side-projects. LEATHERMOUTH is all about hard, fast LEATHERMOUTH and raw punk rock. "It's not better than My Chem, it's not worse than My Chem, it's just different, and I really feel like I need both," lero states. In an effort to soften the blow for MCR fans, he stresses that the two bands could not be more dissimilar. "Originally I thought maybe l'd keep it completely anonymous. I thought if people would automatically check this out solely because they like ATHEAMAUTH Xo happen. Maybe we'll throw a heavy-ass breakdown on the new record? I'd put my money on no, but you never can tell." B XO is out on January 24th on Epitaph through Shock. demolitonlover: Blunt Magazine, February 2009 (x x) Additional record review which was not scanned and received 8 out of 10:When guitarist for New Jersey pretty boys My Chemical Romance, Frank Iero, gets some time away from the band, he likes to relax by getting down in his basement with his other band and screaming till the veins pop out in his forehead. He’s been doing this for the past few years, making recordings with some friends under the banner, LeATHERMOUTH. XO, the full-length debut by the side-project, is brutal hardcore with raw, savage production (it really was recorded in Iero’s basement) and lyrics that are matched for passion and aggression by the guttural delivery. There’s no pop hooks, no emo choruses - nothing to cry over, but plenty to get you fired up. While on one hand it’s sure to attract a lot of curious My Chem fans, mayn of whom are sure to either disappointed or downright frightened, this connection mean it’s also liable to miss its target market slightly due to the fact that regular fans of this type of raging hardcore are sure to be put off by Iero’s day job. Too bad for the snobs who think that way - they’re missing out big time.
indulgence: LEATHERMOUTH
 BLUNT # 77
 TO BE
 QUITE
 FRANK
 a singer and maybe we'll do a record. So they had a
 friend they tried out on vocals but it didn't work out
 because he didn't write any lyrics. So they were just
 like, "We're probably gonna scrap the band. I was like
 There's no way you can kill this band!' Iasked them to
 have one practice with me singing. I convinced them to
 book a practice studio on a weekend and I wrote a few
 lyrics and we had a practice and that was it."
 For a long time LeATHERMOUTH was a studio-only
 project, recording in lero's basement during times when
 he wasn't touring the world with The Black Parade.
 "We recorded everything with me and Rob (Hughes)
 and couple of other guys. Now it's like two years later
 and it's just me Rob left. The rest of guys that started
 the band, a couple went off and started another band,
 "The world is full of people that
 are hiding from thestuff that's
 going on in the world today.I
 wanted to attack these things
 head-on."-Frank lero
 that broke up, some people got married, moved away,
 whatever. So when we wanted to tour, we recruited
 James DeWees (Get Up Kids, Reggie & The Full Effect)
 to play drums, my friend John Maguire to play bass and
 my other friend, Eddie Auletta, to play guitar."
 Signed to indie godhead Epitaph/Shock, LeATHER
 MOUTH will release their debut full-length, XO, this
 January. Subscribing to an unwavering musical aes
 thetic of relentless, heavy hardcore punk, XO's lyrical
 tirades are directed towards everyone from the cops to
 drug dealers to the government to school bullies. With
 very little melodic ambition to speak of, lero screams
 like a man literally bursting with things to say.
 On the touring side of things, the band completed
 a mini US tour in September with Reggie & The Full
 Effect, followed in December by four dates support-
 ing Mindless Self Indulgence
 "That was a thing where convenience came into
 play," lero says of the brief bouts of touring. "My
 Chem was on tour, so of course my good friend James
 DeWees was on tour with us, he plays keyboards with
 My Chem. We were talking about doing other bands
 and stuff, we'd been practicing on the road and we
 decided a LeATHERMOUTH tour would be cool. James
 HOLD ONTO YOUR FRINGES MY
 CHEMICAL ROMANCE FANS FRANK
 IERO IS ONE PISSED OFF DUDE AND
 LEATHERMOUTH IS ONE PISSED-OFF
 SIDE-PROJECT. BY MATT
 REEKIE
 hallenging an audience to think is tanta-
 mount to commercial suicide in the rock
 game. So it's a damn lucky thing that shift
 ing units was the last thing on My Chemical
 Romance guitarist Frank lero's mind when
 he conceived LeATHERMOUTH
 Pissed off at the world and all the evil sons of
 bitches in it, LeATHERMOUTH is set to inflame debate
 both musical and political. The group's hardcore punk
 sound is too brutal and unrelenting to appeal to a
 mass audience, but that's beside the point as far as
 My Chem then for one, they would probably be really
 disappointed and two, very offended.
 "Another reason I wanted to keep it anonymouUS
 is because I was a little scared of what people would
 think. But on the other hand, I don't want to run away
 from anything or pretend that I didn't say some of the
 things I've said. The world is full of people that are hid-
 ing from the stuff that's going on in the world today.
 wanted to attack these things head-on. People are
 so PC, parents want to shield their kids' eyes to what's
 actually going on, and I think that's just adding to the
 misery that's running rampant in the world today."
 Formed in New Jersey in 2007 by some friends of
 lero, including Rob Hughes, LeATHERMOUTH could just
 as easily have never happened. To hear lero explain the
 whole story, one starts to understand how much his
 own personal passion and drive brought the thing to
 life. Clearly,he needed this outlet
 "It was actually right before [My Chemical Ro-
 mance] recorded The Black Parade," he begins. "I was
 back home, we had taken some time off, and a couple
 of my friends were thinking of starting a new band.
 "I remember it like it was yesterday. It was right
 before we were going to see a movie; we were in the
 parking lot of the movies and we all crowded into their
 Volkswagen. They played me this 3 song demo, there
 were no vocals or anything like that, just simple verse-
 chorus punk rock, and I was like, Wow, how can I be
 involved with this band?
 "I have my record label, Skeleton Crew that Irun
 with a few friends so I told these guys they should find
 was going to do a Reggie & The Full Effect tour, so
 we decided that I'd play in Reggie with him and we'd
 both do LeATHERMOUTH
 "We had done a few shows here and there but
 it never felt real until we did the Reggie & The Full
 Effect tour. It actually felt like the band was finally
 doing things after two years of just recording in my
 basement. All these emotions started to come out
 and the shows just got better every day. By the time
 we were like, 'This is turning into something incred-
 ible,' the tour was over. We were like, "We need to
 lero is concerned
 book something else.' But then life comes in and you
 have to do certain things."
 These "certain things" for lero include his duties
 with My Chemical Romance, which will almost
 certainly ensure that LeATHERMOUTH gigs are fewer
 and farther between in 2009.
 It remains to be seen whether the thrashy hardcore
 sound of LeATHERMOUTH will influence lero's con-
 tribution to the new MCR album. He's fairly certain it
 won't, but he's not ruling
 anything out
 "That's the thing with My
 Chem, you never say never
 because anything can come
 out.I don't know what will
 "If I kept this inside any longer, I would probably
 explode," he says flatly of the project, which features
 himself on vocals alongside an old Jersey friend, Rob
 Hughes, on guitar
 LeATHERMOUTH inhabits a completely different
 realm to the highly commercial one ruled over by My
 Chemical Romance. Likewise, it's a long way from the
 singer/songwriter folk ballads, electronica dabbling,
 or white boy rap that so often rear their ugly heads
 when members of popular rock bands embark upon
 side-projects. LEATHERMOUTH is all about hard, fast
 LEATHERMOUTH
 and raw punk rock.
 "It's not better than My Chem, it's not worse than
 My Chem, it's just different, and I really feel like I need
 both," lero states. In an effort to soften the blow for
 MCR fans, he stresses that the two bands could not be
 more dissimilar. "Originally I thought maybe l'd keep
 it completely anonymous. I thought if people would
 automatically check this out solely because they like
 ATHEAMAUTH
 Xo
 happen. Maybe we'll throw
 a heavy-ass breakdown on
 the new record? I'd put my
 money on no, but you never
 can tell." B
 XO is out on
 January 24th
 on Epitaph
 through Shock.
demolitonlover:

Blunt Magazine, February 2009 (x x)
Additional record review which was not scanned and received 8 out of 10:When guitarist for New Jersey pretty boys My Chemical Romance, Frank Iero, gets some time away from the band, he likes to relax by getting down in his basement with his other band and screaming till the veins pop out in his forehead. He’s been doing this for the past few years, making recordings with some friends under the banner, LeATHERMOUTH. XO, the full-length debut by the side-project, is brutal hardcore with raw, savage production (it really was recorded in Iero’s basement) and lyrics that are matched for passion and aggression by the guttural delivery. There’s no pop hooks, no emo choruses - nothing to cry over, but plenty to get you fired up. While on one hand it’s sure to attract a lot of curious My Chem fans, mayn of whom are sure to either disappointed or downright frightened, this connection mean it’s also liable to miss its target market slightly due to the fact that regular fans of this type of raging hardcore are sure to be put off by Iero’s day job. Too bad for the snobs who think that way - they’re missing out big time.

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indulgence: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED 14,000 things tobe about. THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER exploring a city at a browser's pace gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork de gurgle of running water Pcini and pasta your underlip analyticalness shrink-wrap you can open easily turning off all the lights during a first royalty check pushing car lighters in Arkansas strawberries the point on a potato chip where it breaks thunderstorm a tutorial when you need it finding a café, having a cup of coffee and off and stays behind in the dip suction cups on bath mats athing whose name one forgets a snack, then organizing your purse and cell phone an armchair in the sun does not know, or prefers not to mention a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of flowers in the room Post-its the ultimate answer to life, the universe isolated country estate atmosphere foam bath toys the joy and contentment of listening to and everything in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galay (book) dimbing Mount Katadhin Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie favorite music brightening someone's day wearing your new outfit "Wh Jim Henson) reflection and reasoning parasol-sheltered tables en any real progress is made we unlearn and learn anew what we thought we knew before." (Henry David Thoreau) yellow bug lights spotless chefs whites GPS in your car and on your phone white shutters attempted feedings of children reading bodv language The Gra envisic the d a trip to the old neighborhood the sweet and simple indulgence of an afternoon nap sewing name tags on clothes taking an art appreciation course at a movie) ır retirement museum ult on a pregnancy test 453 cab services that sho synonyms packets of cotton bal picture books stacke the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in the morning John Lennon and Paul McCartney, chair in the livir social skills a cake laced with apple slivers and served songwriters soda-pop cans and rings a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky with sticky butterscotch sauce plan waiting rooms being a pilot the happiness of heading home licorice watching someone take a nap a snowshoer in the winter woods bobbing for apples tie stickpins the country, viewed through a curtain of accompaniment coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias, ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia duck-egg blue exchanging enlightening interests face creams that soothe kidnapping your lover midday repast riding a roller coaster cathedral ceilings andirons and fireplaces beds of nails hide-and-seek open-air flower markets shell mobiles steaming mugs of coffee the flashy, robust season of fall whitefish baked in wine the glint and glitter of frost crystals in warm summer rain, taking on exquisite watercolor tints from smoky blue to tarnished silver when no day is Friday the 13th being too busy to notice three-ring binders when traveling, taking twice the money and half the clothes you think you'll need when you think you're a kid again West Side Story (movie) cleaning out your wallet, makeup case, the air, dancing like diamond dust in the sunlight and pocketbook brand new Ticonderoga pencils running backs 317 316 novelty-gift-ideas: 14,000 Things to Be Happy About
indulgence: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED
 14,000
 things
 tobe
 about.
 THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER

 exploring a city at a browser's pace
 gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork
 de gurgle of running water
 Pcini and pasta
 your underlip
 analyticalness
 shrink-wrap you can open easily
 turning off all the lights during a
 first royalty check
 pushing car lighters in
 Arkansas strawberries
 the point on a potato chip where it breaks
 thunderstorm
 a tutorial when you need it
 finding a café, having a cup of coffee and
 off and stays behind in the dip
 suction cups on bath mats
 athing whose name one forgets
 a snack, then organizing your purse
 and cell phone
 an armchair in the sun
 does not know, or prefers not
 to mention
 a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer
 lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of
 flowers in the room
 Post-its
 the ultimate answer to life, the universe
 isolated country estate atmosphere
 foam bath toys
 the joy and contentment of listening to
 and everything in The Hitchhiker's
 Guide to the Galay (book)
 dimbing Mount Katadhin
 Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie
 favorite music
 brightening someone's day
 wearing your new outfit
 "Wh
 Jim Henson)
 reflection and reasoning
 parasol-sheltered tables
 en any real progress is made
 we unlearn and learn anew
 what we thought we knew before."
 (Henry David Thoreau)
 yellow bug lights
 spotless chefs whites
 GPS in your car and on your phone
 white shutters
 attempted feedings of children
 reading bodv language
 The Gra
 envisic
 the d
 a trip to the old neighborhood
 the sweet and simple indulgence of an
 afternoon nap
 sewing name tags on clothes
 taking an art appreciation course at a
 movie)
 ır retirement
 museum
 ult on a pregnancy test
 453

 cab services that sho
 synonyms
 packets of cotton bal
 picture books stacke
 the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in
 the morning
 John Lennon and Paul McCartney,
 chair in the livir
 social skills
 a cake laced with apple slivers and served
 songwriters
 soda-pop cans and rings
 a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky
 with sticky butterscotch sauce
 plan
 waiting rooms
 being a pilot
 the happiness of heading home
 licorice
 watching someone take a nap
 a snowshoer in the winter woods
 bobbing for apples
 tie stickpins
 the country, viewed through a curtain of
 accompaniment
 coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias,
 ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia
 duck-egg blue
 exchanging enlightening interests
 face creams that soothe
 kidnapping your lover
 midday repast
 riding a roller coaster
 cathedral ceilings
 andirons and fireplaces
 beds of nails
 hide-and-seek
 open-air flower markets
 shell mobiles
 steaming mugs of coffee
 the flashy, robust season of fall
 whitefish baked in wine
 the glint and glitter of frost crystals in
 warm summer rain, taking on
 exquisite watercolor tints from smoky
 blue to tarnished silver
 when no day is Friday the 13th
 being too busy to notice
 three-ring binders
 when traveling, taking twice the money
 and half the clothes you think you'll
 need
 when you think you're a kid again
 West Side Story (movie)
 cleaning out your wallet, makeup case,
 the air, dancing like diamond dust in
 the sunlight
 and pocketbook
 brand new Ticonderoga pencils
 running backs
 317
 316
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14,000 Things to Be Happy About

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indulgence: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED 14,000 things tobe about. THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER exploring a city at a browser's pace gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork de gurgle of running water Pcini and pasta your underlip analyticalness shrink-wrap you can open easily turning off all the lights during a first royalty check pushing car lighters in Arkansas strawberries the point on a potato chip where it breaks thunderstorm a tutorial when you need it finding a café, having a cup of coffee and off and stays behind in the dip suction cups on bath mats athing whose name one forgets a snack, then organizing your purse and cell phone an armchair in the sun does not know, or prefers not to mention a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of flowers in the room Post-its the ultimate answer to life, the universe isolated country estate atmosphere foam bath toys the joy and contentment of listening to and everything in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galay (book) dimbing Mount Katadhin Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie favorite music brightening someone's day wearing your new outfit "Wh Jim Henson) reflection and reasoning parasol-sheltered tables en any real progress is made we unlearn and learn anew what we thought we knew before." (Henry David Thoreau) yellow bug lights spotless chefs whites GPS in your car and on your phone white shutters attempted feedings of children reading bodv language The Gra envisic the d a trip to the old neighborhood the sweet and simple indulgence of an afternoon nap sewing name tags on clothes taking an art appreciation course at a movie) ır retirement museum ult on a pregnancy test 453 cab services that sho synonyms packets of cotton bal picture books stacke the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in the morning John Lennon and Paul McCartney, chair in the livir social skills a cake laced with apple slivers and served songwriters soda-pop cans and rings a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky with sticky butterscotch sauce plan waiting rooms being a pilot the happiness of heading home licorice watching someone take a nap a snowshoer in the winter woods bobbing for apples tie stickpins the country, viewed through a curtain of accompaniment coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias, ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia duck-egg blue exchanging enlightening interests face creams that soothe kidnapping your lover midday repast riding a roller coaster cathedral ceilings andirons and fireplaces beds of nails hide-and-seek open-air flower markets shell mobiles steaming mugs of coffee the flashy, robust season of fall whitefish baked in wine the glint and glitter of frost crystals in warm summer rain, taking on exquisite watercolor tints from smoky blue to tarnished silver when no day is Friday the 13th being too busy to notice three-ring binders when traveling, taking twice the money and half the clothes you think you'll need when you think you're a kid again West Side Story (movie) cleaning out your wallet, makeup case, the air, dancing like diamond dust in the sunlight and pocketbook brand new Ticonderoga pencils running backs 317 316 novelty-gift-ideas: 14,000 Things to Be Happy About
indulgence: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED
 14,000
 things
 tobe
 about.
 THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER

 exploring a city at a browser's pace
 gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork
 de gurgle of running water
 Pcini and pasta
 your underlip
 analyticalness
 shrink-wrap you can open easily
 turning off all the lights during a
 first royalty check
 pushing car lighters in
 Arkansas strawberries
 the point on a potato chip where it breaks
 thunderstorm
 a tutorial when you need it
 finding a café, having a cup of coffee and
 off and stays behind in the dip
 suction cups on bath mats
 athing whose name one forgets
 a snack, then organizing your purse
 and cell phone
 an armchair in the sun
 does not know, or prefers not
 to mention
 a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer
 lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of
 flowers in the room
 Post-its
 the ultimate answer to life, the universe
 isolated country estate atmosphere
 foam bath toys
 the joy and contentment of listening to
 and everything in The Hitchhiker's
 Guide to the Galay (book)
 dimbing Mount Katadhin
 Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie
 favorite music
 brightening someone's day
 wearing your new outfit
 "Wh
 Jim Henson)
 reflection and reasoning
 parasol-sheltered tables
 en any real progress is made
 we unlearn and learn anew
 what we thought we knew before."
 (Henry David Thoreau)
 yellow bug lights
 spotless chefs whites
 GPS in your car and on your phone
 white shutters
 attempted feedings of children
 reading bodv language
 The Gra
 envisic
 the d
 a trip to the old neighborhood
 the sweet and simple indulgence of an
 afternoon nap
 sewing name tags on clothes
 taking an art appreciation course at a
 movie)
 ır retirement
 museum
 ult on a pregnancy test
 453

 cab services that sho
 synonyms
 packets of cotton bal
 picture books stacke
 the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in
 the morning
 John Lennon and Paul McCartney,
 chair in the livir
 social skills
 a cake laced with apple slivers and served
 songwriters
 soda-pop cans and rings
 a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky
 with sticky butterscotch sauce
 plan
 waiting rooms
 being a pilot
 the happiness of heading home
 licorice
 watching someone take a nap
 a snowshoer in the winter woods
 bobbing for apples
 tie stickpins
 the country, viewed through a curtain of
 accompaniment
 coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias,
 ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia
 duck-egg blue
 exchanging enlightening interests
 face creams that soothe
 kidnapping your lover
 midday repast
 riding a roller coaster
 cathedral ceilings
 andirons and fireplaces
 beds of nails
 hide-and-seek
 open-air flower markets
 shell mobiles
 steaming mugs of coffee
 the flashy, robust season of fall
 whitefish baked in wine
 the glint and glitter of frost crystals in
 warm summer rain, taking on
 exquisite watercolor tints from smoky
 blue to tarnished silver
 when no day is Friday the 13th
 being too busy to notice
 three-ring binders
 when traveling, taking twice the money
 and half the clothes you think you'll
 need
 when you think you're a kid again
 West Side Story (movie)
 cleaning out your wallet, makeup case,
 the air, dancing like diamond dust in
 the sunlight
 and pocketbook
 brand new Ticonderoga pencils
 running backs
 317
 316
novelty-gift-ideas:

14,000 Things to Be Happy About

novelty-gift-ideas: 14,000 Things to Be Happy About

indulgence: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED 14,000 things tobe about. THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER exploring a city at a browser's pace gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork de gurgle of running water Pcini and pasta your underlip analyticalness shrink-wrap you can open easily turning off all the lights during a first royalty check pushing car lighters in Arkansas strawberries the point on a potato chip where it breaks thunderstorm a tutorial when you need it finding a café, having a cup of coffee and off and stays behind in the dip suction cups on bath mats athing whose name one forgets a snack, then organizing your purse and cell phone an armchair in the sun does not know, or prefers not to mention a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of flowers in the room Post-its the ultimate answer to life, the universe isolated country estate atmosphere foam bath toys the joy and contentment of listening to and everything in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galay (book) dimbing Mount Katadhin Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie favorite music brightening someone's day wearing your new outfit "Wh Jim Henson) reflection and reasoning parasol-sheltered tables en any real progress is made we unlearn and learn anew what we thought we knew before." (Henry David Thoreau) yellow bug lights spotless chefs whites GPS in your car and on your phone white shutters attempted feedings of children reading bodv language The Gra envisic the d a trip to the old neighborhood the sweet and simple indulgence of an afternoon nap sewing name tags on clothes taking an art appreciation course at a movie) ır retirement ult on a pregnancy test museum 453 cab services that sho synonyms packets of cotton bal picture books stacke the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in the morning John Lennon and Paul McCartney, chair in the livir social skills a cake laced with apple slivers and served songwriters soda-pop cans and rings a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky with sticky butterscotch sauce plan waiting rooms being a pilot the happiness of heading home licorice watching someone take a nap a snowshoer in the winter woods bobbing for apples tie stickpins the country, viewed through a curtain of accompaniment coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias, ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia duck-egg blue exchanging enlightening interests face creams that soothe kidnapping your lover midday repast riding a roller coaster cathedral ceilings andirons and fireplaces beds of nails hide-and-seek open-air flower markets shell mobiles steaming mugs of coffee the flashy, robust season of fall whitefish baked in wine the glint and glitter of frost crystals in warm summer rain, taking on exquisite watercolor tints from smoky blue to tarnished silver when no day is Friday the 13th being too busy to notice three-ring binders when traveling, taking twice the money and half the clothes you think you'll need when you think you're a kid again West Side Story (movie) cleaning out your wallet, makeup case, the air, dancing like diamond dust in the sunlight and pocketbook brand new Ticonderoga pencils running backs 317 316 <p><a href="https://novelty-gift-ideas.tumblr.com/post/164305555378/14000-things-to-be-happy-about" class="tumblr_blog">novelty-gift-ideas</a>:</p><blockquote><p><b><a href="https://novelty-gift-ideas.com/14000-things-to-be-happy-about-book/"> 14,000 Things to Be Happy About </a></b><br/></p></blockquote>
indulgence: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED
 14,000
 things
 tobe
 about.
 THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER

 exploring a city at a browser's pace
 gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork
 de gurgle of running water
 Pcini and pasta
 your underlip
 analyticalness
 shrink-wrap you can open easily
 turning off all the lights during a
 first royalty check
 pushing car lighters in
 Arkansas strawberries
 the point on a potato chip where it breaks
 thunderstorm
 a tutorial when you need it
 finding a café, having a cup of coffee and
 off and stays behind in the dip
 suction cups on bath mats
 athing whose name one forgets
 a snack, then organizing your purse
 and cell phone
 an armchair in the sun
 does not know, or prefers not
 to mention
 a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer
 lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of
 flowers in the room
 Post-its
 the ultimate answer to life, the universe
 isolated country estate atmosphere
 foam bath toys
 the joy and contentment of listening to
 and everything in The Hitchhiker's
 Guide to the Galay (book)
 dimbing Mount Katadhin
 Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie
 favorite music
 brightening someone's day
 wearing your new outfit
 "Wh
 Jim Henson)
 reflection and reasoning
 parasol-sheltered tables
 en any real progress is made
 we unlearn and learn anew
 what we thought we knew before."
 (Henry David Thoreau)
 yellow bug lights
 spotless chefs whites
 GPS in your car and on your phone
 white shutters
 attempted feedings of children
 reading bodv language
 The Gra
 envisic
 the d
 a trip to the old neighborhood
 the sweet and simple indulgence of an
 afternoon nap
 sewing name tags on clothes
 taking an art appreciation course at a
 movie)
 ır retirement
 ult on a pregnancy test
 museum
 453

 cab services that sho
 synonyms
 packets of cotton bal
 picture books stacke
 the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in
 the morning
 John Lennon and Paul McCartney,
 chair in the livir
 social skills
 a cake laced with apple slivers and served
 songwriters
 soda-pop cans and rings
 a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky
 with sticky butterscotch sauce
 plan
 waiting rooms
 being a pilot
 the happiness of heading home
 licorice
 watching someone take a nap
 a snowshoer in the winter woods
 bobbing for apples
 tie stickpins
 the country, viewed through a curtain of
 accompaniment
 coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias,
 ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia
 duck-egg blue
 exchanging enlightening interests
 face creams that soothe
 kidnapping your lover
 midday repast
 riding a roller coaster
 cathedral ceilings
 andirons and fireplaces
 beds of nails
 hide-and-seek
 open-air flower markets
 shell mobiles
 steaming mugs of coffee
 the flashy, robust season of fall
 whitefish baked in wine
 the glint and glitter of frost crystals in
 warm summer rain, taking on
 exquisite watercolor tints from smoky
 blue to tarnished silver
 when no day is Friday the 13th
 being too busy to notice
 three-ring binders
 when traveling, taking twice the money
 and half the clothes you think you'll
 need
 when you think you're a kid again
 West Side Story (movie)
 cleaning out your wallet, makeup case,
 the air, dancing like diamond dust in
 the sunlight
 and pocketbook
 brand new Ticonderoga pencils
 running backs
 317
 316
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indulgence: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED 14,000 things tobe about. THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER exploring a city at a browser's pace gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork de gurgle of running water Pcini and pasta your underlip analyticalness shrink-wrap you can open easily turning off all the lights during a first royalty check pushing car lighters in Arkansas strawberries the point on a potato chip where it breaks thunderstorm a tutorial when you need it finding a café, having a cup of coffee and off and stays behind in the dip suction cups on bath mats athing whose name one forgets a snack, then organizing your purse and cell phone an armchair in the sun does not know, or prefers not to mention a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of flowers in the room Post-its the ultimate answer to life, the universe isolated country estate atmosphere foam bath toys the joy and contentment of listening to and everything in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galay (book) dimbing Mount Katadhin Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie favorite music brightening someone's day wearing your new outfit "Wh Jim Henson) reflection and reasoning parasol-sheltered tables en any real progress is made we unlearn and learn anew what we thought we knew before." (Henry David Thoreau) yellow bug lights spotless chefs whites GPS in your car and on your phone white shutters attempted feedings of children reading bodv language The Gra envisic the d a trip to the old neighborhood the sweet and simple indulgence of an afternoon nap sewing name tags on clothes taking an art appreciation course at a movie) ır retirement ult on a pregnancy test museum 453 cab services that sho synonyms packets of cotton bal picture books stacke the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in the morning John Lennon and Paul McCartney, chair in the livir social skills a cake laced with apple slivers and served songwriters soda-pop cans and rings a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky with sticky butterscotch sauce plan waiting rooms being a pilot the happiness of heading home licorice watching someone take a nap a snowshoer in the winter woods bobbing for apples tie stickpins the country, viewed through a curtain of accompaniment coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias, ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia duck-egg blue exchanging enlightening interests face creams that soothe kidnapping your lover midday repast riding a roller coaster cathedral ceilings andirons and fireplaces beds of nails hide-and-seek open-air flower markets shell mobiles steaming mugs of coffee the flashy, robust season of fall whitefish baked in wine the glint and glitter of frost crystals in warm summer rain, taking on exquisite watercolor tints from smoky blue to tarnished silver when no day is Friday the 13th being too busy to notice three-ring binders when traveling, taking twice the money and half the clothes you think you'll need when you think you're a kid again West Side Story (movie) cleaning out your wallet, makeup case, the air, dancing like diamond dust in the sunlight and pocketbook brand new Ticonderoga pencils running backs 317 316 <p><a href="https://novelty-gift-ideas.tumblr.com/post/164305555378/14000-things-to-be-happy-about" class="tumblr_blog">novelty-gift-ideas</a>:</p><blockquote><p><b><a href="https://novelty-gift-ideas.com/14000-things-to-be-happy-about-book/"> 14,000 Things to Be Happy About </a></b><br/></p></blockquote>
indulgence: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED
 14,000
 things
 tobe
 about.
 THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER

 exploring a city at a browser's pace
 gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork
 de gurgle of running water
 Pcini and pasta
 your underlip
 analyticalness
 shrink-wrap you can open easily
 turning off all the lights during a
 first royalty check
 pushing car lighters in
 Arkansas strawberries
 the point on a potato chip where it breaks
 thunderstorm
 a tutorial when you need it
 finding a café, having a cup of coffee and
 off and stays behind in the dip
 suction cups on bath mats
 athing whose name one forgets
 a snack, then organizing your purse
 and cell phone
 an armchair in the sun
 does not know, or prefers not
 to mention
 a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer
 lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of
 flowers in the room
 Post-its
 the ultimate answer to life, the universe
 isolated country estate atmosphere
 foam bath toys
 the joy and contentment of listening to
 and everything in The Hitchhiker's
 Guide to the Galay (book)
 dimbing Mount Katadhin
 Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie
 favorite music
 brightening someone's day
 wearing your new outfit
 "Wh
 Jim Henson)
 reflection and reasoning
 parasol-sheltered tables
 en any real progress is made
 we unlearn and learn anew
 what we thought we knew before."
 (Henry David Thoreau)
 yellow bug lights
 spotless chefs whites
 GPS in your car and on your phone
 white shutters
 attempted feedings of children
 reading bodv language
 The Gra
 envisic
 the d
 a trip to the old neighborhood
 the sweet and simple indulgence of an
 afternoon nap
 sewing name tags on clothes
 taking an art appreciation course at a
 movie)
 ır retirement
 ult on a pregnancy test
 museum
 453

 cab services that sho
 synonyms
 packets of cotton bal
 picture books stacke
 the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in
 the morning
 John Lennon and Paul McCartney,
 chair in the livir
 social skills
 a cake laced with apple slivers and served
 songwriters
 soda-pop cans and rings
 a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky
 with sticky butterscotch sauce
 plan
 waiting rooms
 being a pilot
 the happiness of heading home
 licorice
 watching someone take a nap
 a snowshoer in the winter woods
 bobbing for apples
 tie stickpins
 the country, viewed through a curtain of
 accompaniment
 coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias,
 ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia
 duck-egg blue
 exchanging enlightening interests
 face creams that soothe
 kidnapping your lover
 midday repast
 riding a roller coaster
 cathedral ceilings
 andirons and fireplaces
 beds of nails
 hide-and-seek
 open-air flower markets
 shell mobiles
 steaming mugs of coffee
 the flashy, robust season of fall
 whitefish baked in wine
 the glint and glitter of frost crystals in
 warm summer rain, taking on
 exquisite watercolor tints from smoky
 blue to tarnished silver
 when no day is Friday the 13th
 being too busy to notice
 three-ring binders
 when traveling, taking twice the money
 and half the clothes you think you'll
 need
 when you think you're a kid again
 West Side Story (movie)
 cleaning out your wallet, makeup case,
 the air, dancing like diamond dust in
 the sunlight
 and pocketbook
 brand new Ticonderoga pencils
 running backs
 317
 316
<p><a href="https://novelty-gift-ideas.tumblr.com/post/164305555378/14000-things-to-be-happy-about" class="tumblr_blog">novelty-gift-ideas</a>:</p><blockquote><p><b><a href="https://novelty-gift-ideas.com/14000-things-to-be-happy-about-book/">

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indulgence: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED 14,000 things tobe about. THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER exploring a city at a browser's pace gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork de gurgle of running water Pcini and pasta your underlip analyticalness shrink-wrap you can open easily turning off all the lights during a first royalty check pushing car lighters in Arkansas strawberries the point on a potato chip where it breaks thunderstorm a tutorial when you need it finding a café, having a cup of coffee and off and stays behind in the dip suction cups on bath mats athing whose name one forgets a snack, then organizing your purse and cell phone an armchair in the sun does not know, or prefers not to mention a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of flowers in the room Post-its the ultimate answer to life, the universe isolated country estate atmosphere foam bath toys the joy and contentment of listening to and everything in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galay (book) dimbing Mount Katadhin Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie favorite music brightening someone's day wearing your new outfit "Wh Jim Henson) reflection and reasoning parasol-sheltered tables en any real progress is made we unlearn and learn anew what we thought we knew before." (Henry David Thoreau) yellow bug lights spotless chefs whites GPS in your car and on your phone white shutters attempted feedings of children reading bodv language The Gra envisic the d a trip to the old neighborhood the sweet and simple indulgence of an afternoon nap sewing name tags on clothes taking an art appreciation course at a movie) ır retirement museum ult on a pregnancy test 453 cab services that sho synonyms packets of cotton bal picture books stacke the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in the morning John Lennon and Paul McCartney, chair in the livir social skills a cake laced with apple slivers and served songwriters soda-pop cans and rings a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky with sticky butterscotch sauce plan waiting rooms being a pilot the happiness of heading home licorice watching someone take a nap a snowshoer in the winter woods bobbing for apples tie stickpins the country, viewed through a curtain of accompaniment coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias, ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia duck-egg blue exchanging enlightening interests face creams that soothe kidnapping your lover midday repast riding a roller coaster cathedral ceilings andirons and fireplaces beds of nails hide-and-seek open-air flower markets shell mobiles steaming mugs of coffee the flashy, robust season of fall whitefish baked in wine the glint and glitter of frost crystals in warm summer rain, taking on exquisite watercolor tints from smoky blue to tarnished silver when no day is Friday the 13th being too busy to notice three-ring binders when traveling, taking twice the money and half the clothes you think you'll need when you think you're a kid again West Side Story (movie) cleaning out your wallet, makeup case, the air, dancing like diamond dust in the sunlight and pocketbook brand new Ticonderoga pencils running backs 317 316 novelty-gift-ideas: 14,000 Things to Be Happy About
indulgence: NEWLY REVISED AND UPDATED
 14,000
 things
 tobe
 about.
 THE HAPPY BO0K by BARBARA ANN KIPFER

 exploring a city at a browser's pace
 gedsolid outdoor exercise or yardwork
 de gurgle of running water
 Pcini and pasta
 your underlip
 analyticalness
 shrink-wrap you can open easily
 turning off all the lights during a
 first royalty check
 pushing car lighters in
 Arkansas strawberries
 the point on a potato chip where it breaks
 thunderstorm
 a tutorial when you need it
 finding a café, having a cup of coffee and
 off and stays behind in the dip
 suction cups on bath mats
 athing whose name one forgets
 a snack, then organizing your purse
 and cell phone
 an armchair in the sun
 does not know, or prefers not
 to mention
 a gray flannel skirt and navy blazer
 lots of books, a good bed lamp, vases of
 flowers in the room
 Post-its
 the ultimate answer to life, the universe
 isolated country estate atmosphere
 foam bath toys
 the joy and contentment of listening to
 and everything in The Hitchhiker's
 Guide to the Galay (book)
 dimbing Mount Katadhin
 Rubber Duckie," sung by Ernie
 favorite music
 brightening someone's day
 wearing your new outfit
 "Wh
 Jim Henson)
 reflection and reasoning
 parasol-sheltered tables
 en any real progress is made
 we unlearn and learn anew
 what we thought we knew before."
 (Henry David Thoreau)
 yellow bug lights
 spotless chefs whites
 GPS in your car and on your phone
 white shutters
 attempted feedings of children
 reading bodv language
 The Gra
 envisic
 the d
 a trip to the old neighborhood
 the sweet and simple indulgence of an
 afternoon nap
 sewing name tags on clothes
 taking an art appreciation course at a
 movie)
 ır retirement
 museum
 ult on a pregnancy test
 453

 cab services that sho
 synonyms
 packets of cotton bal
 picture books stacke
 the intoxicating smell of bacon frying in
 the morning
 John Lennon and Paul McCartney,
 chair in the livir
 social skills
 a cake laced with apple slivers and served
 songwriters
 soda-pop cans and rings
 a rainy-days-were-meant-to-be-spooky
 with sticky butterscotch sauce
 plan
 waiting rooms
 being a pilot
 the happiness of heading home
 licorice
 watching someone take a nap
 a snowshoer in the winter woods
 bobbing for apples
 tie stickpins
 the country, viewed through a curtain of
 accompaniment
 coconut and Christmas palms, gardenias,
 ixora, crotons, and dieffenbachia
 duck-egg blue
 exchanging enlightening interests
 face creams that soothe
 kidnapping your lover
 midday repast
 riding a roller coaster
 cathedral ceilings
 andirons and fireplaces
 beds of nails
 hide-and-seek
 open-air flower markets
 shell mobiles
 steaming mugs of coffee
 the flashy, robust season of fall
 whitefish baked in wine
 the glint and glitter of frost crystals in
 warm summer rain, taking on
 exquisite watercolor tints from smoky
 blue to tarnished silver
 when no day is Friday the 13th
 being too busy to notice
 three-ring binders
 when traveling, taking twice the money
 and half the clothes you think you'll
 need
 when you think you're a kid again
 West Side Story (movie)
 cleaning out your wallet, makeup case,
 the air, dancing like diamond dust in
 the sunlight
 and pocketbook
 brand new Ticonderoga pencils
 running backs
 317
 316
novelty-gift-ideas:

14,000 Things to Be Happy About

novelty-gift-ideas: 14,000 Things to Be Happy About

indulgence: Shakira 14 mins . The recent ban on Muslims entering the U.S. proposed by Donald Trump and currently being reviewed in courts has ignited cries of resistance from both within the U.S. and abroad. l'd like to take a minute, with your indulgence, to add my voice to the heap. Because this is not just a U.S. issue. This is a human issue that has implications for all of us; American and non-American citizens like myself. Persecution against any group for religious beliefs or race is illegal and unconstitutional in the U.S. Period This isn't just an attack on Muslims or refugees -this is an attack on all humans and in particular, the ones most in need of protection. Right now, worldwide, 28 million children have been uprooted by conflict, driven from their homes by violence and terror. Children know no nations and no borders; those who survive will grow up to follow the lead of those who take them in. Do we show them love and acceptance? Or allow them to fend for themselves, vulnerable to guerrilla groups that will only teach them to perpetuate this cycle of violence? We have to be vigilant about letting bigotry and hatred creep into the mainstream or be rationalized under the guise of "protecting our people." If we accept blanket targeting towards Muslims, we can all be sure that other minority groups won't be far behind, whether it's by closing borders to other supposed "dangerous" groups or trampling their human rights in other ways. Muslims are our people. They are human beings with children, needs and dreams like the rest of us. Not all Muslims are terrorists, and by the way, not all terrorists are Muslims. Latinos are our people. They don't come to "steal jobs" _ they come seeking an opportunity to build a better life for themselves and for their children, which is what the U.S. has always prided itself on representing: opportunities. They are a huge part of the workforce that has contributed to making America the great country it is today African Americans are our people. After enduring centuries of oppression and the countless human atrocities that were committed against them, after fighting for civil rights, it's devastating that racial profiling is still happening and their civil liberties are still being threatened. I could go on naming groups ad infinitum, but the point is, we shouldn't be singling out aroups and differentiating themm by race, class or religion, because according to the Constitution, all of that is irrelevant to their rights as a citizen. Anybody who goes to the U.S. and chooses to raise that flag and uphold those principles is "our people." Thanks to social networks, we all have a platform to use our voice today. For every post l see with hateful language, I see others that lift my spirits and reassure me that we haven't totally lost our way. Lawyers in airports offering free counsel to refugees, New Yorkers banding together on the subway to erase neo-Nazi vandalism, doctors volunteering their time to give free advice to women that need it, and citizen activists marching for equal rights for all. Let's keep tipping the scales in favor of "liberty and justice for all," keep using our voices to lift up others and speak out for those whose voices have been stripped from them. I applaud all of you who have spoken out against the ban keep up the good fight and never back down. shakisabell: Shakira’s article from TIME http://time.com/4665295/shakira-donald-trump-ban/ Shakira is so eloquent. An incomparable, caring star.
indulgence: Shakira
 14 mins .
 The recent ban on Muslims entering the U.S. proposed by
 Donald Trump and currently being reviewed in courts has
 ignited cries of resistance from both within the U.S. and
 abroad. l'd like to take a minute, with your indulgence, to
 add my voice to the heap. Because this is not just a U.S.
 issue. This is a human issue that has implications for all of
 us; American and non-American citizens like myself.
 Persecution against any group for religious beliefs or race is
 illegal and unconstitutional in the U.S. Period
 This isn't just an attack on Muslims or refugees -this is an
 attack on all humans and in particular, the ones most in
 need of protection. Right now, worldwide, 28 million children
 have been uprooted by conflict, driven from their homes by
 violence and terror. Children know no nations and no
 borders; those who survive will grow up to follow the lead of
 those who take them in. Do we show them love and
 acceptance? Or allow them to fend for themselves,
 vulnerable to guerrilla groups that will only teach them to
 perpetuate this cycle of violence?
 We have to be vigilant about letting bigotry and hatred
 creep into the mainstream or be rationalized under the guise
 of "protecting our people." If we accept blanket targeting
 towards Muslims, we can all be sure that other minority
 groups won't be far behind, whether it's by closing borders
 to other supposed "dangerous" groups or trampling their
 human rights in other ways.
 Muslims are our people. They are human beings with
 children, needs and dreams like the rest of us. Not all
 Muslims are terrorists, and by the way, not all terrorists are
 Muslims.

 Latinos are our people. They don't come to "steal jobs" _
 they come seeking an opportunity to build a better life for
 themselves and for their children, which is what the U.S. has
 always prided itself on representing: opportunities. They are
 a huge part of the workforce that has contributed to making
 America the great country it is today
 African Americans are our people. After enduring centuries
 of oppression and the countless human atrocities that were
 committed against them, after fighting for civil rights, it's
 devastating that racial profiling is still happening and their
 civil liberties are still being threatened.
 I could go on naming groups ad infinitum, but the point is,
 we shouldn't be singling out aroups and differentiating themm
 by race, class or religion, because according to the
 Constitution, all of that is irrelevant to their rights as a
 citizen. Anybody who goes to the U.S. and chooses to raise
 that flag and uphold those principles is "our people."
 Thanks to social networks, we all have a platform to use our
 voice today. For every post l see with hateful language, I see
 others that lift my spirits and reassure me that we haven't
 totally lost our way. Lawyers in airports offering free counsel
 to refugees, New Yorkers banding together on the subway
 to erase neo-Nazi vandalism, doctors volunteering their
 time to give free advice to women that need it, and citizen
 activists marching for equal rights for all.
 Let's keep tipping the scales in favor of "liberty and justice
 for all," keep using our voices to lift up others and speak out
 for those whose voices have been stripped from them. I
 applaud all of you who have spoken out against the ban
 keep up the good fight and never back down.
shakisabell:

Shakira’s article from TIME http://time.com/4665295/shakira-donald-trump-ban/

Shakira is so eloquent. An incomparable, caring star.

shakisabell: Shakira’s article from TIME http://time.com/4665295/shakira-donald-trump-ban/ Shakira is so eloquent. An incomparable, car...