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Caroline Beautiful baby needs a loving family.
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Hocue Domestic Long Hair-black Wood County Humane
6 months ago
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6 months ago
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6 months ago
Karen
Timeline Photos
Hi, my name is Aussie and this is my sister, Tilli
6 months ago
Rebecca We love you, Lucas!
6 months ago
Heather Our big man has worked hard this year to be the best he can be in school. He takes his work seriously and has not gotten a single bad mark in his school career. We celebrate being uniquely awesome and over achieving. So proud of my quirky boy! And pr Read more ... oud that I get to be the person to help get him there. Aim high and shoot for the stars. We love you to the moon and back!
6 months ago
Verricka To my sister.....Haaaaappppppyyyyyyy biiiiirrrrrrttttthhhhhddddddaaaaayyyyy! Enjoy your day!!!!!! Keturah McGee Lewis we love ya in Tallahassee, FL
6 months ago
Penny This is a new video that a friend shot for us. It is a temporary til the longer one is available. Check it out and let me know what you think. We love it!!!!! Can't imagine what the next one will be. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BysKjW7-UDhJR2I0M Read more ... UFLVTEwNXc/edit?usp=drive_web
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6 months ago
Bob We love rocks..if only they could talk!
6 months ago
Rhymelo We Love You..
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6 months ago
Anthea Happiest girl in the world Mason's improving in his swimming and we are so lucky to have such a amazing poppy that takes us every Saturday :) gran without a doubt is always there to help while mummy has a sleep or Is at work mason loves spending spec Read more ... ial time with gran even when he's reading a story with her :) Mason's so lucky to have such amazing grand parents we love u both very much
6 months ago
Ruth
Timeline Photos
HOW CUTE? CAN WE GET 2000 LIKES? AND 100 SHARES?
6 months ago
Christina
Dessert Recipe: Kremna Rezina (Vanilla Custard Cream Cake) - 12 Tomatoes
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Dessert Recipe: Kremna Rezina (Vanilla Custard Cream Cake)
6 months ago
Afrizal
Eyes Never Lie
There are three special people in our lives: - People we love but have to hate. - People we hate but we can't live without. - People we can't live without but have to let go.
6 months ago
Augustina Nkem we love u but God loves u most... Rest in peace my love.
6 months ago
Muhammad The sahaabaas were dedicated to the Prophet (pbuh) completely ... They are our best examples of how to be loving towards the Prophet (pbuh.) If we love the Prophet (pbuh) then we must do as he said. We must be pious and Allah-fearing. Then we can Read more ... be in jannat with our beloved Prophet (pbuh.)
6 months ago
Shirls
Timeline Photos
We love this photo from Shelley Paulson Photograph
6 months ago
Shaheen
Timeline Photos
Share and #win is back for the remainder of March!
6 months ago
David Coralie Mathews this is from everyone at Silverdale we love you
6 months ago
Jason
Timeline Photos
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6 months ago
Amaka I love you my Mum,you have given me and my siblings more than your heart, we love you Adannaya Charry Onwu.
Timeline Photos
YOU WILL DROP TEARS AFTER READING THIS!!! 16 yea
6 months ago
Susan I sent "invites" to a few people I thought might be interested, but I'm not psychic enough to leave it at that, so here's to the rest of you, in case you are or know a person I didn't think of.
7 months ago
Claudio I've got this for you girl So much things we've been waiting for Obstacles come around what dem hating for You and I together there's no breaking 'cause we overjoyed When I hold you in my arms I'm so captivated, so fascinated by your charm And no o Read more ... ne can break it And Jah Jah will take us through the storm And even when it's cold outside I'll be there to keep you warm Hey baby girl you know that I love you Hey can you feel the chemistry when I hug you You know I'll never put another girl above you And I know I'll never find another love like you And if I'm gone for a minute or few Nobadda think me ago leave you out in the dew I'll never leave you lonely girl, I'll never make you blue You know I'd love to Hold you in my arms I'm so captivated, so fascinated by your charm And no one can break it And Jah Jah will take us through the storm And even when it's cold outside I'll be there to keep you warm Remembering those days what we call the undercover time We couldn't make a link we couldn't say see you another time Back in the days when I wish you were mine And I would have been in custody if loving was a crime We persevere and now we push it into overtime Songs and secret letters add up more than to a thousand lines Ring 'pon your finger now look how it a shine I'm glad to say When I hold you in my arms I'm so captivated, so fascinated by your charm And no one can break it And Jah Jah will take us through the storm And even when it's cold outside I'll be there to keep you warm You're beautiful and skin soft like a cotton For you I fight a war I woulda fight any battle And nuff a try fi tear we down but that nuh go happen And this love won t be forgotten We live the life we love and love the life we a live And what's interesting about us we learn to forgive We coming from a far and now we cross over the bridge And that's just the way it is So much things we've been waiting for Obstacles come around what dem hating for You and I together there's no breaking 'cause we overjoyed When I hold you in my arms I'm so captivated, so fascinated by your charm And no one can break it And Jah Jah will take us through the storm And even when it's cold outside I'll be there to keep you warm Martina Acampa è troppo bella questa,dovevo per forza spararmi la dedica :D
Gentleman - In My Arms [Official Video 2013]
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7 months ago
Lollipop Only 1 more sleep till our 1st market for 2014! We hope that you have enjoyed seeing all the wonderful and amazing range of creations from our VERY talented, dedicated and passionate stallholders these past few weeks - we have loved sharing these sne Read more ... ak peeks! This is of course only a TINY snippet of what will be available at the market tomorrow as we have only showed you ONE product from their stalls! We have almost 100 stalls of goodies for babies & kids, with almost ALL having something for boys on their stall too - remember to get up close, push past the pink and you never know what treasure could be hidden there! Take the time to look & feel the products that you may only see here on FB most days - this is your ideal opportunity to meet the creator! We are outside, in our HUGE undercover area, nice wide aisles so take your time to look at EACH stall as you never know what you might miss! There is plenty to keep the kids busy - its going to be a lovely sunny day! Eftpos available on every stall (2.5% surcharge applies), ATM, hot food, macarons, tarts, cupcakes, coffee, Splodge facepainting & activities, Miss Fairy & Scott Stunz the Magician meeting the kids, jumping castle, and more. Doors open 10am-3pm, Morphettville Racecourse, free car parking, quiet feeding area for babies (and a microwave!), and don't forget your gold coin donation entry going to The Epilepsy Centre - we have already raised over $35,000 for charity in our 3 short years and we thank YOU Adelaide for your support! We love bringing you Lollipop and put our heart and soul into it to bring you not only a market, but an EVENT that happens only a few times a year. See you tomorrow! Nicole & Kaye :)
8 months ago
Jacci Shhhhhh! Want to know a secret? Today we will have a Flash Sale. Maybe you don't know the time? Shhhhhh--it's at 3:00 FFRC time! Come join the fun! We aren't doing many items--some cat bowl beds, Pat's wrist/hand warmers, a few scarves, a couple fra Read more ... mes. These sales will help us with the propane costs. The Super Blanket Raffle Weekend continues on! Don't know abut it? Check out the blog (2 days ago) and the facebook pages and the forum. Lots of info there for you! We love doing a raffle--gives lots of people a chance to win something really nice! The intake of tickets ends at 3:00 Saturday and the drawing will be at 6:00 pm FFRC time. We had an adoption today! Yes, our sweetie Clayton went to his new home. Our volunteer Becky M adopted him. Within ten minutes of him being home, he was already stretched out on the table with her granddaughter, looking so sweet! We had BOXES last night! many thanks are given to you. Meg A--King Cake to celebrate Mardi Gras. Last year when we had the cake, I was the lucky one to get the baby in the cake. This year, Jimmy's first slice of this delicious cake had the baby in it! It was fun! Brooke/brookeboss--6 catnip Yeooow bananas, Cat's Meow undercover toy Lois L/lannml--3 cases of Whiskas Chicken Widdletigger--2 cases Natual Balance Sardines in juice (for GInger to steal and share!) LJ323--lots of Hefty quart bags, 8 large cans chicken, 4 bathrugs and 4 shower mats. Also 3 beautiful afghans. A Cat on a Fence (violet, lavender blue & white), a 42 x 55 lavender, purple & white with popcorn kitties and a 60 x 60 green and blue squares with kitties on the squares. All 3 of these afghans are wonderful! Pat, our volunteer--10 pairs of handwarmers for Day Sale NYC-Kelly45--2 nyla bone kitty toys, doggie bone toy, 2 cases Gerber baby food, 5 bags of Royal Canin Baby cat dry Jennifer/jacksmom--wonderful towels! 5 green bath towels, 3 green hand towels and 5 yellow bath towels and 4 yellow hand towels! Then we had a late Christmas present from the Montana & Crew (the mama that adopted 5 cats from FFRC). These 5 boxes were held up at customs at Christmas. They were then returned to the sender and they decided to drive the boxes to Buffalo and mail them from there. Simply amazing! Each adoptive cat sent it's own box. I was blown away by this. The 5 cats that were adopted were Montana, Januka, Halo, Spruce and Abner (aka Sgt. Sweetie Pie/Sarge). Each box held a beautiful picture of each cat with a donation per cat. The boxes held a huge assortment of items--Friskie cases, Fancy Feast, baby food, a dyson hand held vacuum, dry cat food, Ziploc plastic bags, Q-tips, Lysol wipes, Huggies refills and lots of snackers! Wow! This was wonderful. No matter how hard some of this rescue "work" is, when I see those pictures of our cats being happy and so loved in their new homes, it's very very heart warming to me. Marty has been moved to Dodger's Pen. She right now is taking a nap in the hammock inside her pen. When she's comfortable with this situation, her pen door will be opened. Then we will set the pen back up and bring Coralie up to Dodger's Pen so she has more people interaction. Every cat has their own progression of entering the Main Area. We've removed the bandages from Coralie's feet once again. Now she has a day or two to have them off. Paddy Purr is sitting on my desk, right in front, half sleeping! He has gained weight and his eyes look a tad bit better. Such a wonderful boy. He's fought his cold battle and has won! He's a toughie! The floor guys were here yesterday. That 5 foot long strip by 4 inches that was left bare concrete after the new counter was put in, is covered with the blue floor material. They've done a good job. We also have some PayPal thanks to give! Arden and Charmaine--PayPal for Marty's care! Adrienne N--donation for FFRC Lynda S--donation for FFRC Sandra T--donation for FFRC Ramona S from MN--donation for FFRC Many thanks to you all for your support of this Rescue Center. I love FFRC with a passion. When we have people that truly "have our backs", it sure makes this work a whole lot easier. I thank you for that.
8 months ago
MySmartFarm Cities debate: teenagers talk London, New York, Johannesburg and Rio: 'Children are a kind of indicator species. If we can build a successful city for children, we will have a successful city for all people,' says Enrique Peñalosa, former mayor of Read more ... Bogotá, credited with transforming his city. The Guardian talks to young people around the world about how they rate their home cities THE GUARDIAN CITIES PANEL JOHANNESBURGMonky Sekwala (16), Tladi, SowetoLebohang Mosiuoa (15), Pimville, Soweto Both contribute to Johannesburg's Live magazine LONDONYara Shaikh (19), Camberwell, south LondonJack Brennan (15) Gipsy Hill, south LondonAida Gugsa (18) Sydenham, south London All contribute to south London's Live magazine, a publication for young people written by young people and run by Livity, a Brixton-based youth marketing agency. NEW YORKAmosh Neupane (17), Woodside, QueensMakayla Comas (17), East Flatbush, BrooklynKafila Muhammad (16), Williamsburg, Brooklyn All are from New York City's Global Kids initiative, a Manhattan-based non-profit educational organisation RIO DE JANEIROMichel Silva (19), Rocinha favela, southern zone of RioRaíssa Farias (18), Jacarepagua, in the western zone of Rio Michel is the founder of two newspapers: Viva Rocinha and Speak Roça Raissa is a web/graphic designer Our home cities Michel (Rio) Rocinha has been called a neighbourhood by the city of Rio de Janeiro since 1993, but I still consider it a favela. It is a cluster of houses built vertically, and many are small. My house has three rooms and I live with my parents and two sisters. The houses do not have a safe structure. Many homes need improvements to increase the safety of residents. Yara (London) In Camberwell, everyone just clicks; there isn't really an issue with different ethnicities and cultures. I've lived around the same people for years and you are always bumping into someone you know or you know the person who owns this market stall – it kind of reminds me of EastEnders a bit so I like it. To me it's different to most areas because it has so much community spirit. Monky (Jo'burg) I've lived in Soweto since I was a baby. I don't really like this area, because there are no things for young people. There should be more entertainment and libraries; you have to walk a long distance to get to a library. I would like more parks too, for young people to go to. Also in my area you have to sit and wait a long time for services at the local clinic – I wish that wasn't the case. I prefer [central] Johannesburg because it has more entertainment, many lights – it's very busy, lots of businesses, more shops, more hotels, more tourists. Kafila (NY) I've lived in Williamsburg all my life. At first it wasn't a really good neighbourhood, but as more people started to move in, it started to change, more organic stores appeared and more sustainable healthy food stores, which is good because I am a vegetarian. However, if I go to my friends' neighbourhood or I go to a predominately black/African-American neighbourhood, it's likely that I won't see any kind of health food store. Just walking around different neighbourhoods in New York you can automatically tell the change; if you walked from Brooklyn to Manhattan, or even if you walked from a prominent wealthy neighbourhood in Brooklyn and then you walked to a poor, disadvantaged neighbourhood in Brooklyn, you can automatically tell the difference when you cross the boundary, certain apartments, the way the houses look, the stores that are there – you can tell. Raíssa (Rio) Things have changed here a lot: it used to be calm and quiet, but now we are almost overcrowded. We have so many people living in the same place, and that's not really cool because there's more violence. People from poorer cities in Brazil come to Rio and São Paulo to get more opportunities. My neighbourhood used to be really calm and the cost of living is cheap; I guess this is what made it attractive to lots of people. Lebohang (Jo'burg) My neighbourhood is very clean, there is a local older man who always makes sure that it's very clean in the streets, he's not paid by anyone he just takes a lot of pride in keeping the area nice. My neighbourhood is very safe too. Plus the houses in our neighbourhood all have air conditioning and fans to keep cool. Yara (London) There are a lot of old blocks of flats around my area and there are so many areas that are renovating flats; there is a lot of construction. I feel like the area doesn't look pretty. More lights, more decoration would be nice. When I head to areas like Chelsea and Kensington and there is renovation happening to a building, they always have lovely illustrated or painted boxed covers to hid the scaffolding, but in my neighbourhood all you see is the grey structures and pipes. I feel that whoever comes up with the ideas for covering scaffolding in creative ways needs to spread the love everywhere, instead of just keeping it in Chelsea. If your area looks pretty, you feel happier and have more pride in looking after it, whereas if it looks all doom and gloom you couldn't care less. Aida (London) I've been living in Sydenham all my life and everyone is very friendly, I know all the neighbours, I feel safe. I had a small kitchen fire last year when I burned a pot and my neighbours came to help, called the fire brigade, got it all sorted. If someone loses their keys, one of us will have a spare key, it's very friendly. Brixton, too, looks a lot better now it's had some special attention, its really grown and adapted through the years. There is still a sense of community but it feels safer than it was before, and some will say it's lost its character but I think its gained more character. I think cutting the crime and cleaning up the area, it brightened up Brixton and more people come to the area and feel safe and get to experience the culture. Also Brixton market became Brixton Village, and you can go for lunch in there now or grab a coffee. Community Amosh (NY) There are thousands of immigrants coming to New York every day; I myself moved here a year and a half ago. It does a great job of providing opportunities, but they are not as widespread as they should be. There is a huge gap between the natives and the immigrants and it's often the communities of colour and communities where immigrants live that are more disadvantaged, which is different to communities where white Anglo-Saxons predominately live. So that is one issue that we need to focus on, and alleviate the differences that have been plaguing communities in this city for years. Michel (Rio) Rocinha is a very good favela to live in. We don't need to go into another neighbourhood to buy a product. There are five public schools, community and private nurseries. There are thousands of shops selling fresh fruit and vegetables. In addition there are two large supermarkets and an appliance and electronics store. There is shopping in Rocinha. Residents use the malls in the neighborhoods around the favela, but feel discriminated against by their lack of material wealth. The locals are friendly and there is not much prejudice among Rocinha residents. The problem is the discrimination slumdwellers suffer from middle-class neighbourhoods looking down on us. Formerly there was a prejudice towards young people; all young children were thought to be drug dealers. The reality has changed a lot; young people are more interested in leisure activities and learning. Raíssa (Rio) The thing I like most about living in Rio is the people. I love cariocas (inhabitant of Rio de Janeiro), we are so kind and happy. Lebohang (Jo'burg) I like the sense of heritage here. I speak English, but in Soweto we also speak Zulu and Sesotho. I speak Sesotho in my house with my family, and I like that the language carries on from generation to generation. I like the diversity we have in Johannesburg, and I'm interested in the city's history. After the Mandela funeral, everyone came out into the streets to celebrate his life. I'd like to believe everyone has a photo of Mandela in their house. Makayla (NY) It's very evident in New York City that there is a division between people. You probably saw in the news about the 99% v the 1%, and divisions with race. I feel that class and race have something to do with people participating in the sustainability of the city. Everyone needs to be involved in the decision making, not just one part of the community. Amosh (NY) I also think that things often get lost in translation as we, the non-native speakers aren't as good at expressing ourselves with English, and so I think we need to provide more opportunities and more resources for immigrants and disadvantaged people. Like what Makayla said … 1% vs 99%. We belong in the 99% so we want good resources to be available for us to benefit from, too. Most people perceive New York as a place where people are arrogant and don't talk to each other. So in order to make NYC more amicable, I think community involvement is vital. I want to see community meetings, not just about city planning but disability, education, and prioritising things that the community think are most important in their day-to-day lives. The more people get involved in community talks and events, and think about the community, the better the place will be to live in. Security Kafila (NY) How safe I feel depends on what neighbourhood I am in. Some are worse than others – it depends on the demographics: if the community is low-income or not, where it's located, how big the police presence is in the community. Sometimes if there is more police I feel safer, and sometimes I feel more threatened because there is also the chance of being racially profiled. Yara (London) Generally I feel safe here – but sometimes, especially in winter when it gets darker earlier, I do this thing where I keep my keys near my knuckles. It was a trick my mum taught me where you put the keys in between the spaces of your fingers and keep your hand in your pocket so if anyone tries to attack you out of nowhere when you punch them it will be harder. Raíssa (Rio) I've never been mugged, never seen any kind of violence, but I still feel insecure. I think the police should be an example of confidence, but we cannot trust them at all. The police are very corrupt. Sometimes people trust more in the bad guys than the police. And we have lots of cases of bribery regarding the police. Yara (London) Around here there are a lot of undercover police but you can see their belt and stuff. So that makes me feel like there is something bad going on, rather than making me feel safe. Also many of the community support officers, they just walk around pestering young people that don't need to be pestered and are just innocently going about their day. Makayla (NY) Getting certain communities and the police to like each other is a very tough goal. I believe that a more attainable goal would be understanding on both sides and that begins with communication. There are shootings of young black males from police officers in these communities and usually the community is left wondering why the person was shot, it wasn't necessary – often the justification is that they were threatening or wore threatening clothes, but that's not enough justification. So I believe that the mentality of the officers is a big component of the path to understanding. I don't think that there is anything physical that you could do with some communities. I come from those kind of communities that aren't that safe – and if you put in more police officers we feel threatened; if you put more lights, we're like why are there so many lights? What police and council people can do is become more in touch with the community they serve, put more amenities in the community that can get teenagers and children involved. Aida (London) I've been mugged a couple of times, so I'm always aware of my surroundings and I prefer to keep my stuff close to me no matter the area. I don't think it makes a difference if the police are around on not. I just prefer not to attract attention to myself. Yara (London) I don't feel that threatened in my area; there's always someone drunk in the park or someone dealing drugs at the end of my street, but they wont bother you if you don't bother them, so no eye contact and just keep walking and you'll be fine. Lebohang (Jo'burg) There are boys on the street corners in my area getting into trouble, they don't have anything to do so they just choose to commit crime. I think maybe they have problems at home and they don't like to be at home. Also my neighbourhood is exclusively black African, there is not a lot of diversity, unlike the city as a whole – I would like it to be more multicultural. My neighbourhood is very safe, though. There is a soccer area and a netball field for young people. The houses are nice and big, with big yards – they are spread out, not bunched close together. Michel (Rio) I feel safe in some areas of the city, but in the northern zone of Rio, the situation is critical. If I were political, I would invest in public security policies. I was recently robbed in Rio and the thieves took my phone. The Rio de Janeiro transformations are suffering because of the new security policy. The UPPs (pacifying police unit) are expelling traffickers from the slums but they are taking refuge in other slums. So, drug trafficking is reduced but robberies have increased because of the decrease in trafficking. There is only one park near Tijuca Forest but residents do not use it; that is where Amarildo de Souza disappeared. Amarildo was a resident of Rocinha who everyone thinks was murdered by officers of the UPP. For fear, locals avoid the place. Amosh (NY) I think the culture of carrying weapons should be addressed. In the US you can own them, whereas you can't in other countries in the world – and so you feel less safe because you don't know who might have something in their back pocket to harm you. Just this morning I read about two people being shot in Indiana … This culture of carrying weapons is a big issue in our country that needs to be addressed. Technology Lebohang (Jo'burg) Most young people in my area have mobile phones – mostly a Nokia or Blackberry. My parents are really strict so they believe you have to be a certain age before you get a mobile phone; I got a Nokia phone when I was 13. I'd love to have a computer myself one day, because I would like to study computer engineering. A lot of houses in my area have computers; the area is becoming more interested in technology now because most houses have kids my age, and we love technology. For apps, I like Facebook and What'sApp, which connects me to my friends and the rest of the world, so I can socialise a lot easier. Arranging events via Facebook and What'sApp is cheaper than calling on our phones. Yara (London) I am cautious of technology knowing too much about you. When they launched the iPhone 5s and 5c with fingerprint sensor recognition – at the time I had a free upgrade to get from my phone provider and could have got that one, but I didn't want a phone that encodes my fingerprint. I feel like it's too much, too invasive. And even with the Xbox One – apparently, because the internet signal is always on, the camera that's part of it is on too. So I would never get that; I don't want a camera peering into my living room. Jack (London) No internet equals boredom. I would be lost without technology in general; I wouldn't be able to find the local Argos or when the next bus is approaching. Amosh (NY) I don't have a phone but my favourite app which I use on my mum's tablet is called Duolingo for learning words. I joined Twitter four months ago– it's packed with information. I like Facebook too. The government in NYC has a lot of great apps too: to renew your medical insurance etc, it's just one click as opposed to sending a long letter in the post which takes five or six days. I also like the Goodreads app. The book I am reading right now – Giovanni's Room by James Baldwin – I stumbled on a review by a person recommending this book, so I started reading it and it's a brilliant page-turner. Raíssa (Rio) Technology is easily accessible here. Everyone can get a good phone, a good notebook computer, a good TV. I got my first mobile phone when I was 16 years old. Today I think Google Maps is essential for any part of the world. I use Twitter too, to know things about the traffic. Michel (Rio) I work with alternative journalism; I had a news project via SMS for the residents of Rocinha. It worked very well. It would be interesting to create an app on transport and how to convert public-private spaces for recreation and cultural events. Yara (London) Whenever I'm based somewhere and the internet goes down, everyone starts twiddling their thumbs – it's like nothing happens without technology any more. I was on the street recently and someone asked me for directions and immediately I went to type it into Google Maps. Now that everything is so accessible at the end of your finger, I feel like it gives young people another reason to be lazy. I always make sure that when I am with someone, I turn my phone face down because I think it's rude otherwise. Transport Raíssa (Rio) We use buses more, I have never used a train – they are too expensive. Some buses are broken and old, and in summer we suffer with the heat inside them. It's almost a torture – I'm not joking! Sometimes, not that frequently, we have cases of assaults and even rapes in the buses, so I don't think they're really secure. The buses costs 2.95 reals [74p]. This price increased a lot in the last few years, but the salaries haven't increased at the same time. There are people who need two or three buses just to get to their job. At the end of the month, a big chunk of your pay cheque has gone on transport Monky (Jo'burg) I use the taxi more because it's safer than the train, but it costs more. The train is very busy, overcrowded, you get more accidents – adults just use it for work, and it's not safe for people my age. There are lots of pickpockets on the trains. A taxi to most places I need to go is less than 40 rand [£2.17] Lebohang (Jo'burg) The train is not safe, so I ride in the white taxis. When I get older I will probably still use a taxi because I have grown up with them and I feel safer in them. My parents are happier when I take the taxi; when I go anywhere, I have to text my family and let them know that I have arrived because my dad is very worried about my safety. Amosh (NY) There were problems with the transportation here after hurricane Sandy. The transportation was down for 10 days and some train stations are still suffering, they are still being renovated. So I guess since the transportation system and subways were established over 100 years ago, we need to update what we have and build more climate-resilient infrastructure in our city. Kafila (NY) I think that transportation in NYC is amazing because we don't have to have a car; you can get anywhere on a bike or the subway or buses, or even walking because of the bridges. In my neighbourhood we have more bike lanes now, and the new CitiBikes are great too. I
8 months ago
Shanteishia He Say He Hate It That I Gotta Go Thru This Alone , Ughh I Hate It Too
8 months ago
BuzzPlant We love The GRAMMYs, especially since we live in Music City, Nashville, Tennessee! Are you watching tonight?
How The Internet Predicts Grammy Award Winners
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8 months ago
Carson The gal dem Schillaci...Sean da Paul So me give it to...so me give to...so me give it to...to all girls Five million and forty naughty shorty... Baby girl...all my girls..all my girls...Sean da Paul say... [Chorus:] Well woman the way the time cold Read more ... I wanna be keepin' you warm I got the right temperature for shelter you from the storm Oh lord, gal I got the right tactics to turn you on, and girl I... Wanna be the Papa...You can be the Mom....oh oh! [Verse 1:] Make I see the gal them bruk out pon the floor from you don't want no worthless performer From you don't want no man wey can't turn you on gal make I see your hand them up on ya.. Can't tan pon it long.....naw eat no yam...no steam fish....nor no green banana But down in Jamaica we give it to you hot like a sauna.. [Chorus] [Verse 2:] Bumper exposed and gal you got your chest out but you no wasters cause gal you impress out... And if you des out a me you fi test out,Cause I got the remedy to make you de-stress out.... Me haffi flaunt it because me God Bless out...And girl if you want it you haffi confess out... A no lie weh we need set speed a fi test the mattress out.. [Chorus] [Verse 3:] Gal don't say me crazy now, this strange love it a no Bridgette and Flava show.. Time fi a make baby now so stop gwaan like you a act shady yo... Woman don't play me know, cause a no Fred Sanford nor Grady yo.... My lovin' is the way to go...my lovin' is the way to go..... [Chorus] [Verse 4:] When you roll with a player like me... with a bredda like me girl there is no other No need to talk it right here just park it right here keep it undercover From me love how you fit inna you blouse and you fat inna you jeans and mi waan discover.. Everything out you baby girl can you hear when me utter... [Chorus] [Verse 5:] Make I see the gal them bruk out pon the floor from you don't want no worthless performer From you don't want no man wey can't turn you on gal make I see your hand them up on ya.. Can't tan pon it long.....naw eat no yam...no steam fish....nor no green banana But down in Jamaica we give it to you hot like a sauna.. [Chorus]
8 months ago
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8 months ago
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Expert Take me now baby here as I am hold me close, try and understand Desire is hunger is the fire I breathe Love is a banquet on which we feed Come on now try and understand The way I feel when I'm in your hands Take my hand come undercover They can't hur Read more ... t you now Can't hurt you now, can't hurt you now Because the night belongs to lovers Because the night belongs to lust Because the night belongs to lovers Because the night belongs to us (x2) Have I doubt baby when I'm alone Love is a ring, the telephone Love is an angel disguised as lust Here in our beds till the morning comes Come on now try and understand The way I feel under your command Take my hand as the sun descends They can't touch you now Can't touch you now, can't touch you now Because the night belongs to lovers Because the night belongs to lust Because the night belongs to lovers Because the night belongs to us #_ANA_
8 months ago
Jewlz LOL ! ~ "This is GOULS GYM, not baby gym." Gotta love Ah-nold.
Arnold Schwarzenegger Went Undercover As A Trainer At A Gold's Gym
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"Remember, we do everything in reps. So you've done two reps of water drinking. Usually we do 10 reps of everything, so do another rep of water drinking."
8 months ago
Mark But you love your baby? Bitch, shut up! I know women that love their kids and they don't bring vaccines or big pharma into the situation to help them raise their children.
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8 months ago
Adam Only Arnold, we love you baby
Arnold Schwarzenegger Went Undercover As A Trainer At A Gold's Gym
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"Remember, we do everything in reps. So you've done two reps of water drinking. Usually we do 10 reps of everything, so do another rep of water drinking."
8 months ago
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9 months ago
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