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Alive, America, and Asian: did you know? Photographer Diana Kim, whose father abandoned her when she was 5, wanted to document the lives of the homeless. Searching for subjects on the streets, she came upon a thin and distant man in rags who looked somewhat familiar. It was her father. By fate or by chance, she'd found him after 25 years. PHOTO: DIANA KIM DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM did-you-know: He had schizophrenia. He didn’t recognize her. She did everything she could to connect with him, but he refused treatment, medication, food, or new clothing. Eventually, he said to her: “Diana, I am so sorry for not being in your life. I am so happy that you have a family of your own now. Do better for them… … Don’t worry about me or what everyone says about me. If you want to make me proud and happy, be there for your family the way your mom and I never were. Stop trying to save everyone…just worry about yourself and your family. And don’t forget why I named you Diana, you are the light within the darkness.” So she refused to give up. After suffering a heart attack, he agreed to get help and slowly took control of his own life. One day he suddenly called her to invite her out for coffee. Later that afternoon, she wrote on her blog: “I feel like I just met my father for the first time today.” “I struggled to reconcile my feelings toward my father’s absence in my life, while continuing to care deeply for him and other homeless individuals.” “Over time, I learned to navigate through my feelings of desperation and became more vocal in my community about my father’s condition and what it’s like to watch a loved one battle mental illness.” He is now doing very well, and they are rebuilding their relationship from the ground up. “So long as we are alive in this world, every day is an opportunity to take hold of that ‘second chance.’ There is no failure unless you give up, and he never gave up. And I haven’t given up on him.” Source
Alive, America, and Asian: did you know?
 Photographer Diana Kim, whose
 father abandoned her when she
 was 5, wanted to document the
 lives of the homeless. Searching
 for subjects on the streets, she
 came upon a thin and distant man
 in rags who looked somewhat familiar.
 It was her father. By fate or by chance,
 she'd found him after 25 years.
 PHOTO: DIANA KIM
 DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM
did-you-know:


He had schizophrenia. He didn’t recognize her. She did everything she could to connect with him, but he refused treatment, medication, food, or new clothing.


Eventually, he said to her: “Diana, I am so sorry for not being in your life. I am so happy that you have a family of your own now. Do better for them…
… Don’t worry about me or what everyone says about me. If you want to make me proud and happy, be there for your family the way your mom and I never were. Stop trying to save everyone…just worry about yourself and your family. And don’t forget why I named you Diana, you are the light within the darkness.” So she refused to give up.
After suffering a heart attack, he agreed to get help and slowly took control of his own life.
One day he suddenly called her to invite her out for coffee. Later that afternoon, she wrote on her blog: “I feel like I just met my father for the first time today.”
“I struggled to reconcile my feelings toward my father’s absence in my life, while continuing to care deeply for him and other homeless individuals.”
“Over time, I learned to navigate through my feelings of desperation and became more vocal in my community about my father’s condition and what it’s like to watch a loved one battle mental illness.”
He is now doing very well, and they are rebuilding their relationship from the ground up. “So long as we are alive in this world, every day is an opportunity to take hold of that ‘second chance.’ There is no failure unless you give up, and he never gave up. And I haven’t given up on him.”
Source

did-you-know: He had schizophrenia. He didn’t recognize her. She did everything she could to connect with him, but he refused treatment, m...

Alive, America, and Asian: did you know? Photographer Diana Kim, whose father abandoned her when she was 5, wanted to document the lives of the homeless. Searching for subjects on the streets, she came upon a thin and distant man in rags who looked somewhat familiar. It was her father. By fate or by chance, she'd found him after 25 years. PHOTO: DIANA KIM DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM did-you-know: He had schizophrenia. He didn’t recognize her. She did everything she could to connect with him, but he refused treatment, medication, food, or new clothing. Eventually, he said to her: “Diana, I am so sorry for not being in your life. I am so happy that you have a family of your own now. Do better for them…… Don’t worry about me or what everyone says about me. If you want to make me proud and happy, be there for your family the way your mom and I never were. Stop trying to save everyone…just worry about yourself and your family. And don’t forget why I named you Diana, you are the light within the darkness.” So she refused to give up.After suffering a heart attack, he agreed to get help and slowly took control of his own life.One day he suddenly called her to invite her out for coffee. Later that afternoon, she wrote on her blog: “I feel like I just met my father for the first time today.”“I struggled to reconcile my feelings toward my father’s absence in my life, while continuing to care deeply for him and other homeless individuals.”“Over time, I learned to navigate through my feelings of desperation and became more vocal in my community about my father’s condition and what it’s like to watch a loved one battle mental illness.”He is now doing very well, and they are rebuilding their relationship from the ground up. “So long as we are alive in this world, every day is an opportunity to take hold of that ‘second chance.’ There is no failure unless you give up, and he never gave up. And I haven’t given up on him.”Source
Alive, America, and Asian: did you know?
 Photographer Diana Kim, whose
 father abandoned her when she
 was 5, wanted to document the
 lives of the homeless. Searching
 for subjects on the streets, she
 came upon a thin and distant man
 in rags who looked somewhat familiar.
 It was her father. By fate or by chance,
 she'd found him after 25 years.
 PHOTO: DIANA KIM
 DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM
did-you-know:



He had schizophrenia. He didn’t recognize her. She did everything she could to connect with him, but he refused treatment, medication, food, or new clothing.

Eventually, he said to her: “Diana, I am so sorry for not being in your life. I am so happy that you have a family of your own now. Do better for them…… Don’t worry about me or what everyone says about me. If you want to make me proud and happy, be there for your family the way your mom and I never were. Stop trying to save everyone…just worry about yourself and your family. And don’t forget why I named you Diana, you are the light within the darkness.” So she refused to give up.After suffering a heart attack, he agreed to get help and slowly took control of his own life.One day he suddenly called her to invite her out for coffee. Later that afternoon, she wrote on her blog: “I feel like I just met my father for the first time today.”“I struggled to reconcile my feelings toward my father’s absence in my life, while continuing to care deeply for him and other homeless individuals.”“Over time, I learned to navigate through my feelings of desperation and became more vocal in my community about my father’s condition and what it’s like to watch a loved one battle mental illness.”He is now doing very well, and they are rebuilding their relationship from the ground up. “So long as we are alive in this world, every day is an opportunity to take hold of that ‘second chance.’ There is no failure unless you give up, and he never gave up. And I haven’t given up on him.”Source

did-you-know: He had schizophrenia. He didn’t recognize her. She did everything she could to connect with him, but he refused treatment, ...

Bitch, Confused, and Food: Hi Hello hello! Lol what's up? All right enough chitchat, let's put our cards on the table. No, I've never swiped right before. No, none of these pictures are of me. Yes, I've been on the lamb since '09. I need to know if I can trust you I'm so confused Confused? No. Confused was what I was when walked into that bank brandishing my dads smith and wessun at the ripe young age of 16. The world doesn't forgive Chrissy. It's a cold, hard bitch What are you trying to get out of this conversation? 3 things: A. Can you provide asylum? B.can you cook? I am lactose intolerant. C. Do you love me Um I only just met you Listen Chrissy, I took a gamble on you. I need you to pull through or this could mean the end of the road for me. Let's see, do you know morse code? Also, you're going to need an alias. How about Brookfield? WHAT IS HAPPENING I go by the Salamander. am tall and I have black hair and very pale skin. I will be wearing a disguise when we meet. Look for the signal: will sneeze three times. You pretend to take a call. I will leave; you follow me at a reasonable distance. Is this understood, Brookfield? Yes? Excellent. Our rendezvous will be at this time tomorrow. We need to be out of the city by sundown. Can you drive stick? No I cannot This really throws a wrench in our plans, Brookfield. Not to worry, I'll drive, but be prepared to switch seats in the unlikely event that we are stopped by law enforcement. Side note, food should be prepared when we get back to your quarters, before we leave. What are you making? I will remind you, I'm lactose intolerant I'm still really confused. It means I'm allergic to dairy products. Please don't use any of them when preparing the meal. No I know what lactose intolerant means... But what's happening in general It's up to you, I'll eat anything as long as there isn't dairy in it. not about the food... Why are we having this conversation Don't get all philosophical on me, Brookfield. I needi you focused, sharp as a tack. Nimble, like a cat None of this existential mumbo jumbo means anything if we don't pull this off. PULL WHAT OFF Read me
Bitch, Confused, and Food: Hi
 Hello hello!
 Lol what's up?
 All right enough chitchat,
 let's put our cards on the
 table. No, I've never swiped
 right before. No, none of
 these pictures are of me.
 Yes, I've been on the lamb
 since '09.
 I need to know if I can trust
 you
 I'm so confused
 Confused? No. Confused
 was what I was when
 walked into that bank
 brandishing my dads smith
 and wessun at the ripe
 young age of 16.
 The world doesn't forgive
 Chrissy. It's a cold, hard
 bitch
 What are you trying to get
 out of this conversation?
 3 things: A. Can you provide
 asylum? B.can you cook? I
 am lactose intolerant. C. Do
 you love me
 Um I only just met you
 Listen Chrissy, I took a
 gamble on you. I need you
 to pull through or this could
 mean the end of the road
 for me. Let's see, do you
 know morse code?
 Also, you're going to need
 an alias. How about
 Brookfield?
 WHAT IS HAPPENING
 I go by the Salamander.
 am tall and I have black hair
 and very pale skin. I will be
 wearing a disguise when we
 meet. Look for the signal:
 will sneeze three times. You
 pretend to take a call. I will
 leave; you follow me at a
 reasonable distance. Is this
 understood, Brookfield?
 Yes?
 Excellent. Our rendezvous
 will be at this time
 tomorrow. We need to be
 out of the city by sundown.
 Can you drive stick?
 No I cannot
 This really throws a wrench
 in our plans, Brookfield. Not
 to worry, I'll drive, but be
 prepared to switch seats in
 the unlikely event that we
 are stopped by law
 enforcement. Side note,
 food should be prepared
 when we get back to your
 quarters, before we leave.
 What are you making? I will
 remind you, I'm lactose
 intolerant
 I'm still really confused.
 It means I'm allergic to dairy
 products. Please don't use
 any of them when preparing
 the meal.
 No I know what lactose
 intolerant means... But
 what's happening in general
 It's up to you, I'll eat
 anything as long as there
 isn't dairy in it.
 not about the food... Why
 are we having this
 conversation
 Don't get all philosophical
 on me, Brookfield. I needi
 you focused, sharp as a
 tack. Nimble, like a cat
 None of this existential
 mumbo jumbo means
 anything if we don't pull this
 off.
 PULL WHAT OFF
Read me

Read me

Beer, Click, and Dank: ESSENTIAL GUY CODE LAWS Player 1 belongs to whoever owns the console If a bro dies while lifting, put more weight on 2 the bar, then call 911. Shotgun is a responsibility, not a privilege. If 3 you are sitting up front, you're not a passenger, you're the co-pilot. Don't throw a friend under the bus to impress 4 someone. Ever. When offered a beer, accept it even if it's not "your brand." Your favorite brand of beer is "free." Your second favorite is "cold." If friend with truck assists you with moving, 6 you shall reciprocate with a full tank of gas. Beer and pizza also accepted. If your bro dies, delete his Internet history. Be polite around your buddy's lady friend, 8 but when he asks what you think, lay the truth on him like a ten ton slab. Unless it is super busy, there must always be a one urinal buffer between men in a restroom. If you shake with a limp hand, you are 10 acknowledging non-verbally to me that I'm in charge, even if we've just met If you and buddy are having a threesome 11 with a girl, you can't look each other in the eyes. But if you happen to accidentally look each other in the eyes, you have to high five! The three-person concept of watching adult 12 videos: One guy watching adult videos is cool. Three guys watching adult videos is cool. Two guys watching adult videos, not cool. All groceries go from the vehicle to the 13 house in one trip. It does not matter how many bags there are. 14 Under no circumstances may two men share an umbrella. There are specific rules to the "head nod" 15 when greeting another male. If you know them nod up, if you don't you nod down. Bro code question: What if a bro asks too much and does too little? Cleans the kitchen, demands rides for a week. Brings shit beer, drinks good beer. What do? Details plz by ThrowawayBlast CLICK HERE 4 MORE MEMES.
Beer, Click, and Dank: ESSENTIAL GUY CODE LAWS
 Player 1 belongs to whoever owns the
 console
 If a bro dies while lifting, put more weight on
 2
 the bar, then call 911.
 Shotgun is a responsibility, not a privilege. If
 3
 you are sitting up front, you're not a
 passenger, you're the co-pilot.
 Don't throw a friend under the bus to impress
 4
 someone. Ever.
 When offered a beer, accept it even if it's not
 "your brand." Your favorite brand of beer is
 "free." Your second favorite is "cold."
 If friend with truck assists you with moving,
 6
 you shall reciprocate with a full tank of gas.
 Beer and pizza also accepted.
 If your bro dies, delete his Internet history.
 Be polite around your buddy's lady friend,
 8
 but when he asks what you think, lay the
 truth on him like a ten ton slab.
 Unless it is super busy, there must always be
 a one urinal buffer between men in a
 restroom.
 If you shake with a limp hand, you are
 10
 acknowledging non-verbally to me that I'm in
 charge, even if we've just met
 If you and buddy are having a threesome
 11
 with a girl, you can't look each other in the
 eyes. But if you happen to accidentally look
 each other in the eyes, you have to high five!
 The three-person concept of watching adult
 12
 videos: One guy watching adult videos is
 cool. Three guys watching adult videos is
 cool. Two guys watching adult videos, not
 cool.
 All groceries go from the vehicle to the
 13
 house in one trip. It does not matter how
 many bags there are.
 14
 Under no circumstances may two men share
 an umbrella.
 There are specific rules to the "head nod"
 15
 when greeting another male. If you know
 them nod up, if you don't you nod down.
Bro code question: What if a bro asks too much and does too little? Cleans the kitchen, demands rides for a week. Brings shit beer, drinks good beer. What do? Details plz by ThrowawayBlast
CLICK HERE 4 MORE MEMES.

Bro code question: What if a bro asks too much and does too little? Cleans the kitchen, demands rides for a week. Brings shit beer, drinks g...

Arguing, Bad, and Facts: Story Confident writers parse out exposition, bit by bit, through the entire story, often revealing exposition well into the Climax of the last act. They follow these two principles: Never include anything the audience can reasonably and easily assume has happened. Never pass on exposition unless the missing fact would cause confusion. You do not keep the audience's interest by giving it information, but by withholding information, except that which is absolutely necessary for comprehension. Pace the exposition. Like all else, exposition must have a pro- gressive pattern: Therefore, the least important facts come in early, the next most important later, the critical facts last. And what are the critical pieces of exposition? Secrets. The painful truths characters do not want known. In other words, don't write "California scenes." "California scenes" are scenes in which two characters who hardly know each other sit down over coffee and immediately begin an inti- mate discussion of the deep, dark secrets of their lives: "Oh, I had a rotten childhood. To punish me my mother used to flush my head in the toilet." "Huh! You think you had a bad child- hood. To punish me my father put dog shit in my shoes and made me to go to school like that." Unguardedly honest and painful confessions between people who have just met are forced and false. When this is pointed out to writers, they will argue that it actually happens, that people share very personal things with total strangers. And I agree. But only in California. Not in Arizona, New York, London, Paris, or anywhere else in the world. A certain breed of West Coaster carries around prepared deep dark secrets to share with one another at cocktail parties to vali- date themselves one to the other as authentic Californians -"centered" and "in touch with their inner beings." When I'm standing over the tortilla dip at such parties and somebody tells me about dog shit in his Keds as a child, my thought is: “Wow! 372 of 558 cthonical: gallifrey-feels: Fanfic authors: READ THE WHOLE FUCKING PAGE THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT AND VALUABLE LESSONS YOU CAN LEARN AS A WRITER. I SAY THIS AS A READER AND A PROFESSIONAL GENRE EDITOR.
Arguing, Bad, and Facts: Story
 Confident writers parse out exposition, bit by bit, through the
 entire story, often revealing exposition well into the Climax of
 the last act. They follow these two principles: Never include
 anything the audience can reasonably and easily assume has
 happened. Never pass on exposition unless the missing fact
 would cause confusion. You do not keep the audience's interest
 by giving it information, but by withholding information, except
 that which is absolutely necessary for comprehension.
 Pace the exposition. Like all else, exposition must have a pro-
 gressive pattern: Therefore, the least important facts come in
 early, the next most important later, the critical facts last. And
 what are the critical pieces of exposition? Secrets. The painful
 truths characters do not want known.
 In other words, don't write "California scenes." "California
 scenes" are scenes in which two characters who hardly know
 each other sit down over coffee and immediately begin an inti-
 mate discussion of the deep, dark secrets of their lives: "Oh, I
 had a rotten childhood. To punish me my mother used to flush
 my head in the toilet." "Huh! You think you had a bad child-
 hood. To punish me my father put dog shit in my shoes and
 made me to go to school like that."
 Unguardedly honest and painful confessions between people
 who have just met are forced and false. When this is pointed out
 to writers, they will argue that it actually happens, that people
 share very personal things with total strangers. And I agree. But
 only in California. Not in Arizona, New York, London, Paris, or
 anywhere else in the world.
 A certain breed of West Coaster carries around prepared deep
 dark secrets to share with one another at cocktail parties to vali-
 date themselves one to the other as authentic Californians
 -"centered" and "in touch with their inner beings." When I'm
 standing over the tortilla dip at such parties and somebody tells
 me about dog shit in his Keds as a child, my thought is: “Wow!
 372 of 558
cthonical:

gallifrey-feels:

Fanfic authors: READ THE WHOLE FUCKING PAGE

THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT AND VALUABLE LESSONS YOU CAN LEARN AS A WRITER. I SAY THIS AS A READER AND A PROFESSIONAL GENRE EDITOR.

cthonical: gallifrey-feels: Fanfic authors: READ THE WHOLE FUCKING PAGE THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT AND VALUABLE LESSONS YOU CAN LE...