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Global Grassroots Campaign Urges Prada to Stop Using Fur

APPEALING TO PRADA: Trying to turn up the pressure on Prada to adopt a fur-free policy, animal protection activists are banding together to launch an international campaign.
The coordinated effort is timed for the start of New York Fashion Week, which signals the launch of the more unofficial fashion month as buyers, influencers and editors will be off to London, Milan and Paris. Spearheaded by the Fur Free Alliance, a group of 40 animal-protection organizations from 30-plus countries, the initiative calls on supporters to use social media, phone calls and e-mails to reach out to Prada asking the company to stop using fur in its collections. The group is also getting help with outreach from Care2. Their efforts will start in Japan, according to PJ Smith, senior manager of fashion policy for the Humane Society of the U.S.
He said Wednesday via e-mail, “The Fur Free Alliance has been reaching out to Prada’s executive staff and board members since May. We e-mailed executive staff and board members and spoke with a senior vice president in July to let them know about the impending Fur Free Alliance global campaign, and last week we spoke with another member of senior staff from the Milan office.”
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An Uber car involved in a deadly crash in Arizona wasn’t designed to automatically brake in case of an emergency, the National Transportation Safety Board said.
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PEOPLE’s Call to Action: Contact Congress to Ask What Is Being Done to Stop the Epidemic of Gun Violence

On Friday, just as the school day was just getting underway, a gunman opened fire inside Santa Fe High School in Texas, killing 10 and wounding 13.

Eight students and two teachers were killed, leaving their loved ones grieving the loss of “extraordinary” lives.

The suspected shooter, a 17-year-old student, had planned to kill himself after the massacre but lost his nerve and surrendered instead, authorities said.

The attack, which began around 7:30 a.m., came just months after a mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, killed 17 people — and, less than a year before that, a mass shooter at a concert in Las Vegas killed 58. Weeks after the Vegas massacre, a gunman fatally shot 25 people, including a pregnant woman, at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

Speaking to reporters on Friday afternoon, surrounded by law enforcement and other politicians, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called it “the worst disaster ever to strike this community.”

“We need to do more than just pray for the victims and their families,” Abbott said. “It’s time in Texas that we take action to step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated ever again in the history of the state.”

To help you make your voice heard and to let your representatives know you will vote on the issue of sensible gun legislation, PEOPLE is once again releasing its Call to Action.

Here is the contact information for every single voting member of Congress. There are no easy solutions to gun violence, but Washington needs to know that doing nothing is not an option anymore.

ALABAMA

Sen. Richard Shelby

Phone: 202-224-5744

Twitter:

@SenShelby

Sen. Doug Jones

Phone: 202-224-3004

Twitter:

@SenDougJones

Rep. Bradley Byrne

Phone: 202-225-4931

Twitter:

@RepByrne

Rep. Terri A. Sewell

Phone: 202-225-2665

Twitter:

@RepTerriSewell

Rep. Gary Palmer

Phone: 202-225-4921

Twitter:

@USRepGaryPalmer

Rep. Mike Rogers

Phone: 202-225-3261

Twitter:

@RepMikeRogersAL

Rep. Martha Roby

Phone: 202-225-2901

Twitter:

@RepMarthaRoby

Rep. Mo Brooks

Phone: 202-225-4801

Twitter:

@RepMoBrooks

Rep. Robert Aderholt

Phone: 202-225-4876

Twitter:

@Robert_Aderholt

ALASKA

Sen. Dan Sullivan

Phone: 202-224-3004

Twitter:

@SenDanSullivan

Sen. Lisa Murkowski

Phone: 202-224-6665

Twitter:

@LisaMurkowski

Rep. Don Young

Phone: 202-225-5765

Twitter:

@RepDonYoung

ARIZONA

Sen. John McCain

Phone: 202-224-2235

Twitter:

@SenJohnMcCain

Sen. Jeff Flake

Phone: 202-224-4521

Twitter:

@JeffFlake

Rep. Ruben Gallego

Phone: 202-225-4065

Twitter:

@RepRubenGallego

Rep. Debbie Lesko

Phone: 202-225-4576

Twitter:

@RepDLesko

Rep. Martha McSally

Phone: 202-225-2542

Twitter:

@RepMcSally

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema

Phone: 202-225-9888

Twitter:

@RepSinema

Rep. Andy Biggs

Phone: 202-225-2635

Twitter:

@RepAndyBiggsAZ

Rep. Tom O’Halleran

Phone: 202-225-3361

Twitter:

@RepOHalleran

Rep. David Schweikert

Phone: 202-225-2190

Twitter:

@RepDavid

Rep. Raúl Grijalva

Phone: 202-225-2435

Twitter:

@RepraulGrijalva

Rep. Paul A. Gosar

Phone: 202-225-2315

Twitter:

@RepGosar

ARKANSAS

Sen. Tom Cotton

Phone: 202-224-2353

Twitter:

@SenTomCotton

Sen. John Boozman

Phone: 202-224-4843

Twitter:

@JohnBoozman

Rep. Bruce Westerman

Phone: 202-225-3772

Twitter:

@RepWesterman

Rep. French Hill

Phone: 202-225-2506

Twitter:

@RepFrenchHill

Rep. Steve Womack

Phone: 202-225-4301

Twitter:

@Rep_SteveWomack

Rep. Rick Crawford

Phone: 202-225-4076

Twitter:

@RepRickCrawford

CALIFORNIA

Sen. Kamala D. Harris

Phone: 202-224-3553

Twitter:

@KamalaHarris

Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Phone: 202-224-3841

Twitter:

@SenFeinstein

Rep. Karen Handel

Phone: 202-225-4501

Twitter:

@RepKHandel

Rep. Mimi Walters

Phone: 202-225-5611

Twitter:

@RepMimiWalters

Rep. Norma Torres

Phone: 202-225-6161

Twitter:

@NormaJTorres

Rep. Ted Lieu

Phone: 202-225-3976

Twitter:

@RepTedLieu

Rep. Pete Aguilar

Phone: 202-225-3201

Twitter:

@reppeteaguilar

Rep. Steve Knight

Phone: 202-225-1956

Twitter:

@SteveKnight25

Rep. Mark DeSaulnier

Phone: 202-225-2095

Twitter:

@RepDeSaulnier

Rep. Scott Peters

Phone: 202-225-0508

Twitter:

@RepScottPeters

Rep. Juan Vargas

Phone: 202-225-8045

Twitter:

@RepJuanVargas

Rep. Alan Lowenthal

Phone: 202-225-7924

Twitter:

@RepLowenthal

Rep. Mark Takano

Phone: 202-225-2305

Twitter:

@RepMarkTakano

Rep. Raul Ruiz

Phone: 202-225-5330

Twitter:

@CongressmanRuiz

Rep. Tony Cárdenas

Phone: 202-225-6131

Twitter:

@RepCardenas

Rep. Julia Brownley

Phone: 202-225-5811

Twitter:

@JuliaBrownley26

Rep. David Valadao

Phone: 202-225-4695

Twitter:

@RepDavidValadao

Rep. Eric Swalwell

Phone: 202-225-5065

Twitter:

@RepSwalwell

Rep. Paul Cook

Phone: 202-225-5861

Twitter:

@RepPaulCook

Rep. Ami Bera

Phone: 202-225-5716

Twitter:

@RepBera

Rep. Jared Huffman

Phone: 202-225-5161

Twitter:

@RepHuffman

Rep. Doug LaMalfa

Phone: 202-225-3076

Twitter:

@RepLaMalfa

Rep. Ro Khanna

Phone: 202-225-2631

Twitter:

@RepRoKhanna

Rep. Maxine Waters

Phone: 202-225-2201

Twitter:

@RepMaxineWaters

Rep. Mike Thompson

Phone: 202-225-3311

Twitter:

@RepThompson

Rep. Linda Sánchez

Phone: 202-225-6676

Twitter:

@RepLindaSanchez

Rep. John Garamendi

Phone: 202-225-1880

Twitter:  @RepGaramendi

Rep. Tom McClintock

Phone: 202-225-2511

Twitter:  @RepMcClintock

Rep. Doris O. Matsui

Phone: 202-225-7163

Twitter:  @DorisMatsui

Rep. Jerry McNerney

Phone: 202-225-1947

Twitter:  @RepMcNerney

Rep. Jeff Denham

Phone: 202-225-4540

Twitter:  @RepJeffDenham

Rep. Nancy Pelosi

Phone: 202-225-4965

Twitter:  @NancyPelosi

Rep. Barbara Lee

Phone: 202-225-2661

Twitter:  @RepBarbaraLee

Rep. Jackie Speier

Phone: 202-225-3531

Twitter:

@RepSpeier

Rep. Jim Costa

Phone: 202-225-3341

Twitter:

@RepJimCosta

Rep. Jimmy Panetta

Phone: 202-225-2861

Twitter:

@RepJimmyPanetta

Rep. Anna G. Eshoo

Phone: 202-225-8104

Twitter:

@RepAnnaEshoo

Rep. Zoe Lofgren

Phone: 202-225-3072

Twitter:

@RepZoeLofgren

Rep. Salud Carbajal

Phone: 202-225-3601

Twitter:

@RepCarbajal

Rep. Devin Nunes

Phone: 202-225-2523

Twitter:

@DevinNunes

Rep. Kevin McCarthy

Phone: 202-225-2915  

Twitter:

@GOPLeader

Rep. Nanette Barragán

Phone: 202-225-8220

Twitter:

@RepBarragan

Rep. Judy Chu

Phone: 202-225-5464

Twitter:

@RepJudyChu

Rep. Adam Schiff

Phone: 202-225-4176

Twitter:

@RepAdamSchiff

Rep. Brad Sherman

Phone: 202-225-5911

Twitter:

@BradSherman

Rep. Grace Napolitano

Phone: 202-225-5256

Twitter:

@GraceNapolitano

Rep. Jimmy Gomez

Phone: 202-225-6235

Twitter:

@RepJimmyGomez

Rep. Karen Bass

Phone: 202-225-7084

Twitter:

@RepKarenBass

Rep. Ed Royce

Phone: 202-225-4111

Twitter:

@RepEdRoyce

Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard

Phone: 202-225-1766

Twitter:

@RepRoybalAllard

Rep. Ken Calvert

Phone: 202-225-1986

Twitter:

@KenCalvert

Rep. Luis (Lou) Correa

Phone: 202-225-2965

Twitter:

@RepLouCorrea

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher

Phone: 202-225-2415

Twitter:

@DanaRohrabacher

Rep. Darrell Issa

Phone: 202-225-3906

Twitter:  @DarrellIssa

Rep. Duncan D. Hunter

Phone: 202-225-5672

Twitter:

@Rep_Hunter

Rep. Susan Davis

Phone: 202-225-2040

Twitter:

@RepSusanDavis

COLORADO

Sen. Cory Gardner

Phone: 202-224-5941

Twitter:

@SenCoryGardner

Sen. Michael Bennet

Phone: 202-224-5852

Twitter:

@SenBennetCo

Rep. Ken Buck

Phone: 202-225-4676

Twitter:

@RepKenBuck

Rep. Scott Tipton

Phone: 202-225-4761

Twitter:

@RepTipton

Rep. Jared Polis

Phone: 202-225-2161

Twitter:

@JaredPolis

Rep. Ed Perlmutter

Phone: 202-225-2645

Twitter:

@RepPerlmutter

Rep. Doug Lamborn

Phone: 202-225-4422

Twitter:

@RepDLamborn

Rep. Diana DeGette

Phone: 202-225-4431

Twitter:

@RepDianaDeGette

Rep. Mike Coffman

Phone: 202-225-7882

Twitter:

@RepMikeCoffman

CONNECTICUT

Sen. Christopher Murphy

Phone: 202-224-4041

Twitter:

@ChrisMurphyCT

Sen. Richard Blumenthal

Phone: 202-224-2823

Twitter:

@SenBlumenthal

Rep. Elizabeth Esty

Phone: 202-225-4476

Twitter:

@RepEsty

Rep. John Larson

Phone: 202-225-2265

Twitter:

@RepJohnLarson

Rep. Jim Himes

Phone: 202-225-5541

Twitter:

@JAHimes

Rep. Rosa DeLauro

Phone: 202-225-3661

Twitter:

@RosaDeLauro

Rep. Joe Courtney

Phone: 202-225-2076

Twitter:

@RepJoeCourtney

DELAWARE

Sen. Thomas R. Carper

Phone: 202-224-2441

Twitter:

@SenatorCarper

Sen. Christopher A. Coons

Phone: 202-224-5042

Twitter:  @SenCoonsOffice

Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester

Phone: 202-225-4165

Twitter:

@LisaBRochester

FLORIDA

Sen. Bill Nelson

Phone: 202-224-5274

Twitter:

@SenBillNelson

Sen. Marco Rubio

Phone: 202-224-3041

Twitter:

@MarcoRubio

Rep. Matt Gaetz

Phone: 202-225-4136

Twitter:

@MattGaets

Rep. Neal Dunn

Phone: 202-225-5235

Twitter:

@DrNealDunnFL2

Rep. Ted Yoho

Phone: 202-225-5744

Twitter:

@RepTedYoho

Rep. John Rutherford

Phone: 202-225-2501

Twitter:

@JRutherfordFL

Rep. Al Lawson

Phone: 202-225-0123

@RepAlLawsonJr

Rep. Ron DeSantis

Phone: 202-225-2706

Twitter:

@RepDeSantis

Rep. Stephanie Murphy

Phone: 202-225-4035

Twitter:

@RepStephMurphy

Rep. Bill Posey

Phone: 202-225-3671

Twitter:

@CongBillPosey

Rep. Darren Soto

Phone: 202-225-9889

Twitter:

@RepDarrenSoto

Rep. Val Demings

Phone: 202-225-2176

Twitter:

@RepValDemings

Rep. Daniel Webster

Phone: 202-225-1002

Twitter:

@RepWebster

Rep. Gus M. Bilirakis

Phone: 202-225-5755

Twitter:

@RepGusBilirakis

Rep. Charlie Crist

Phone: 202-225-5961

Twitter:

@RepCharlieCrist

Rep. Kathy Castor

Phone: 202-225-3376

Twitter:

@USRepKCastor

Rep. Dennis Ross

Phone: 202-225-1252

Twitter:

@RepDennisRoss

Rep. Vern Buchanan

Phone: 202-225-5015

Twitter:

@VernBuchanan

Rep. Tom Rooney

Phone: 202-225-5792

Twitter:

@TomRooney

Rep. Brian Mast

Phone: 202-225-3026

Twitter:

@RepBrianMast

Rep. Francis Rooney

Phone: 202-225-2536

Twitter:

@FrancisRooney

Rep. Alcee L. Hastings

Phone: 202-225-1313

Twitter:

@RepHastingsFL

Rep. Ted Deutch

Phone: 202-225-3001

Twitter:

@RepTedDeutch

Rep. Lois Frankel

Phone: 202-225-9890

Twitter:

@RepLoisFrankel

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Phone: 202-225-7931

Twitter:

@RepDWStweets

Rep. Frederica Wilson

Phone: 202-225-4506

Twitter:

@RepWilson

Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart

Phone: 202-225-4211

Twitter:

@MarioDB

Rep. Carlos Curbelo

Phone: 202-225-2778

Twitter:

@RepCurbelo

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

Phone: 202-225-3931

Twitter:

@RosLehtinen

GEORGIA

Sen. Johnny Isakson

Phone: 202-224-3643

Twitter:

@SenatorIsakson

Sen. David Perdue

Phone: 202-224-3521

Twitter:

@SenDavidPerdue

Rep. Buddy Carter

Phone: 202-225-5831

Twitter:

@RepBuddyCarter

Rep. Sanford D. Bishop Jr.

Phone: 202-225-3631

Twitter:

@SandfordBishop

Rep. Drew Ferguson

Phone: 202-225-5901

Twitter:

@RepDrewFerguson

Rep. Henry C. “Hank” Johnson Jr.

Phone: 202-225-1605

Twitter:

@RepHankJohnson

Rep. John Lewis

Phone: 202-225-3801

Twitter:

@RepJohnLewis

Rep. Robert Woodall

Phone: 202-225-4272

Twitter:

@RepRobWoodall

Rep. Austin Scott

Phone: 202-225-6531

Twitter:

@AustinScottGA08

Rep. Doug Collins

Phone: 202-225-9893

Twitter:

@RepDougCollins

Rep. Jody Hice

Phone: 202-225-4101

Twitter:

@CongressmanHice

Rep. Barry Loudermilk

Phone: 202-225-2931

Twitter:

@RepLoudermilk

Rep. Rick Allen

Phone: 202-225-2823

Twitter:

@RepRickAllen

Rep. David Scott

Phone: 202-225-2939

Twitter:

@RepDavidScott

Rep. Tom Graves

Phone: 202-225-5211

Twitter:

@RepTomGraves

HAWAII

Sen. Mazie K. Hirono

Phone: 202-224-6361

Twitter:

@MazieHirono

Sen. Brian Schatz

Phone: 202-224-3934

Twitter:

@SenBrianSchatz

Rep. Colleen Hanabusa

Phone: 202-225-2726

Twitter:

@RepHanabusa

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

Phone: 202-225-4906

Twitter:

@TulsiPress

IDAHO

Sen. Mike Crapo

Phone: 202-224-6142

Twitter:

@MikeCrapo

Sen. James Risch

Phone: 202-224-2752

Twitter:

@SenatorRisch

Rep. Raul R. Labrador

Phone: 202-225-6611

Twitter:

@Raul_Labrador

Rep. Mike Simpson

Phone: 202-225-5531

Twitter:

@CongMikeSimpson

ILLINOIS

Sen. Richard J. Durbin

Phone: 202-224-2152

Twitter:

@SenatorDurbin

Sen. Tammy Duckworth

Phone: 202-224-2854

Twitter:

@SenDuckworth

Rep. Bobby L. Rush

Phone: 202-225-4372

Twitter:

@RepBobbyRush

Rep. Robin Kelly

Phone: 202-225-0773

Twitter:

@RepRobinKelly

Rep. Daniel Lipinski

Phone: 202-225-5701

Twitter:

@RepLipinski

Luis Gutiérrez

Phone: 202-225-8203

Twitter:

@RepGutierrez

Rep. Mike Quigley

Phone: 202-225-4061

Twitter:

@RepMikeQuigley

Rep. Peter J. Roskam

Phone: 202-225-4561

Twitter:

@PeterRoskam

Rep. Danny K. Davis

Phone: 202-225-5006

Twitter:

@RepDannyDavis

Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi

Phone: 202-225-3711

Twitter:

@CongressmanRaja

Rep. Jan Schakowsky

Phone: 202-225-2111

Twitter:

@JanSchakowsky

Rep. Brad Schneider

Phone: 202-225-4835

Twitter:

@RepSchneider

Rep. Bill Foster

Phone: 202-225-3515

Twitter:

@RepBillFoster

Rep. Mike Bost

Phone: 202-225-5661

Twitter:

@RepBost

Rep. Rodney Davis

Phone: 202-225-2371

Twitter:

@RodneyDavis

Rep. Randy Hultgren

Phone: 202-225-2976

Twitter:

@RepHultgren

Rep. John Shimkus

Phone: 202-225-5271

Twitter:

@RepShimkus

Rep. Adam Kinzinger

Phone: 202-225-3635

Twitter:

@RepKinzinger

Rep. Cheri Bustos

Phone: 202-225-5905

Twitter:

@RepCheri

Rep. Darin LaHood

Phone: 202-225-6201

Twitter:

@RepLaHood

INDIANA

Sen. Todd Young

Phone: 202-224-5623

Twitter:

@SenToddYoung

Sen. Joe Donnelly

Phone: 202-224-4814

Twitter:

@SenDonnelly

Rep. Luke Messer

Phone: 202-225-3021

Twitter:

@RepLukeMesser

Rep. Susan W. Brooks

Phone: 202-225-2276

Twitter:

@SusanWBrooks

Rep. Jackie Walorski

Phone: 202-225-3915

Twitter:

@RepWalorski

Rep. Trey Hollingsworth

Phone: 202-225-5315

Twitter:

@RepTrey

Rep. Peter Visclosky

Phone: 202-225-2461

Twitter:

@RepVisclosky

Rep. Jim Banks

Phone: 202-225-4436

Twitter:

@RepJimBanks

Rep. Todd Rokita

Phone: 202-225-5037

Twitter:

@ToddRokita

Rep. André Carson

Phone: 202-225-4011

Twitter:

@RepAndreCarson

Rep. Larry Bucshon

Phone: 202-225-4636

Twitter:

@RepLarryBucshon

IOWA

Sen. Joni Ernst

Phone: 202-224-3254

Twitter:

@SenJoniErnst

Sen. Chuck Grassley

Phone: 202-224-3744

Twitter:

@ChuckGrassley

Rep. Steve King

Phone: 202-225-4426

Twitter:

@SteveKingIA

Rep. David Young

Phone: 202-225-5476

Twitter:

@RepDavidYoung

Rep. Rod Blum

Phone: 202-225-2911

Twitter:

@RepRodBlum

Rep. David Loebsack

Phone: 202-225-6576

Twitter:

@DaveLoebsack

KANSAS

Sen. Jerry Moran

Phone: 202-224-6521

Twitter:

@JerryMoran

Sen. Pat Roberts

Phone: 202-224-4774

Twitter:

@SenPatRoberts

Rep. Ron Estes

Phone: 202-225-6216

Twitter:

@RepRonEstes

Rep. Kevin Yoder

Phone: 202-225-2865

Twitter:

@RepKevinYoder

Rep. Lynn Jenkins

Phone: 202-225-6601

Twitter:

@RepLynnJenkins

Rep. Roger Marshall

Phone: 202-225-2715

Twitter:

@RogerMarshallMD

KENTUCKY

Sen. Mitch McConnell

Phone: 202-224-2541

Twitter:

@McConnellPress

Sen. Rand Paul

Phone: 202-224-4343

Twitter:

@RandPaul

Rep. Andy Barr

Phone: 202-225-4706

Twitter:

@RepAndyBarr

Rep. Thomas Massie

Phone: 202-225-3465

Twitter:

@RepThomasMassie

Rep. John Yarmuth

Phone: 202-225-5401

Twitter:

@RepJohnYarmuth

Rep. James Comer

Phone: 202-225-3115

Twitter:

@KYComer

Rep. Harold Rogers

Phone: 202-225-4601

Twitter:

@RepHalRogers

Rep. Brett Guthrie

Phone: 202-225-3501

Twitter:

@RepGuthrie

LOUISIANA

Sen. Bill Cassidy

Phone: 202-224-5824

Twitter:

@BillCassidy

Sen. John Kennedy

Phone: 202-224-4623

Twitter:

@JohnKennedyLA

Rep. Garret Graves

Phone: 202-225-3901

Twitter:

@RepGarretGraves

Rep. Ralph Abraham

Phone: 202-225-8490

Twitter:

@RepAbraham

Rep. Steve Scalise

Phone: 202-225-3015

Twitter:

@SteveScalise

Rep. Cedric Richmond

Phone: 202-225-6636

Twitter:

@RepRichmond

Rep. Mike Johnson

Phone: 202-225-2777

Twitter:

@RepMikeJohnson

Rep. Clay Higgins

Phone: 202-225-2031

@RepClayHiggins

MAINE

Sen. Angus King

Phone: 202-224-5344

Twitter:

@SenAngusKing

Sen. Susan Collins

Phone: 202-224-2523

Twitter:

@SenatorCollins

Rep. Bruce Poliquin

Phone: 202-225-6306

Twitter:

@RepPoliquin

Rep. Chellie Pingree

Phone: 202-225-6116

Twitter:

@ChelliePingree

MARYLAND

Sen. Chris Van Hollen

Phone: 202-224-4654

Twitter:

@VanHollenForMD

Sen. Benjamin Cardin

Phone: 202-224-4524

Twitter:

@SenatorCardin

Rep. John Delaney

Phone: 202-225-2721

Twitter:

@RepJohnDelaney

Rep. Jamie Raskin

Phone: 202-225-5341

Twitter:

@Jamie_Raskin

Rep. John P. Sarbanes

Phone: 202-225-4016

Twitter:

@RepSarbanes

Rep. Andy Harris

Phone: 202-225-5311

Twitter:

@RepAndyHarrisMD

Rep. Steny Hoyer

Phone: 202-225-4131

Twitter:

@WhipHoyer

Rep. Anthony Brown

Phone: 202-225-8699

Rep. Elijah Cummings

Phone: 202-225-4741

Twitter:

@RepCummings

Rep. C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger

Phone: 202-225-3061

Twitter:

@Call_Me_Dutch

MASSACHUSETTS

Sen. Edward J. Markey

Phone: 202-224-2742

Twitter:

@SenMarkey

Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Phone: 202-224-4543

Twitter:

@SenWarren

Rep. Richard E. Neal

Phone: 202-225-5601

Twitter:

@RepRichardNeal

Rep. James McGovern

Phone: 202-225-6101

Twitter:

@RepMcGovern

Rep. Niki Tsongas

Phone: 202-225-3411

Twitter:

@NikiInTheHouse

Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III

Phone: 202-225-5931

Twitter:

@RepJoeKennedy

Rep. Katherine Clark

Phone: 202-225-2836

Twitter:

@RepKClark

Rep. Seth Moulton

Phone: 202-225-8020

Twitter:

@teammoulton

Rep. Michael E. Capuano

Phone: 202-225-5111

Twitter:

@RepMikeCapuano

Rep. Stephen F. Lynch

Phone: 202-225-8273

Twitter:

@RepStephenLynch

Rep. William Keating

Phone: 202-225-3111

Twitter:

@USRepKeating

MICHIGAN

Sen. Gary Peters

Phone: 202-224-6221

Twitter:

@SenGaryPeters

Sen. Debbie Stabenow

Phone: 202-224-4822

Twitter:

@stabenow

Rep. Brenda Lawrence

Phone: 202-225-5802

Twitter:

@RepLawrence

Rep. Debbie Dingell

Phone: 202-225-4071

Twitter:

@RepDebDingell

Rep. Dave Trott

Phone: 202-225-8171

Twitter:

@RepDaveTrott

Rep. Mike Bishop

Phone: 202-225-4872

Twitter:

@RepMikeBishop

Rep. John Moolenaar

Phone: 202-225-3561

Twitter:

@RepMoolenaar

Rep. Daniel Kildee

Phone: 202-225-3611

Twitter:

@RepDanKildee

Rep. Tim Walberg

Phone: 202-225-6276

Twitter:

@RepWalberg

Rep. Paul Mitchell

Phone: 202-225-2106

Twitter:

@RepPaulMitchell

Rep. Fred Upton

Phone: 202-225-3761

Twitter:

@RepFredUpton

Rep. Sander Levin

Phone: 202-225-4961

Twitter:

@RepSandyLevin

Rep. Bill Huizenga

cPhone: 202-225-4401

Twitter:

@RepHuizenga

Rep. Jack Bergman

Phone: 202-225-4735

Twitter:

@RepJackBergman

Rep. Justin Amash

Phone: 202-225-3831

Twitter:

@JustinAmash

MINNESOTA

Sen. Tina Smith

Phone: 202-224-5641

Twitter:

@SenTinaSmith

Sen. Amy Klobuchar

Phone: 202-224-3244

Twitter:

@amyklobuchar

Rep. Timothy J. Walz

Phone: 202-225-2472

Twitter:

@RepTimWalz

Rep. Jason Lewis

Phone: 202-225-2271

Twitter:  

@Jason2CD

Rep. Erik Paulsen

Phone: 202-225-2871

Twitter:

@RepErikPaulsen

Rep. Betty McCollum

Phone: 202-225-6631

Twitter:  

@BettyMcCollum04

Rep. Keith Ellison

Phone: 202-225-4755

Twitter:

@keithellison

Tom Emmer

Phone: 202-225-2331

Twitter:  

@RepTomEmmer

Rep. Collin C. Peterson

Phone: 202-225-2165

Rep. Rick Nolan

Phone: 202-225-6211

Twitter:  

@USRepRickNolan

MISSISSIPPI

Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith

Phone: 202-224-5054

Twitter:

@SenHydeSmith

Sen. Roger F. Wicker

Phone: 202-224-6253

Twitter:  

@SenatorWicker

Rep. Trent Kelly

Phone: 202-225-4306

Twitter:

@RepTrentKelly

Rep. Bennie G. Thompson

Phone: 202-225-5876

Twitter:  

@BennieGThompson

Rep. Gregg Harper

Phone: 202-225-5031

Twitter:  

@GreggHarper

Rep. Steven Palazzo

Phone: 202-225-5772

Twitter:  

@CongPalazzo

MISSOURI

Sen. Roy Blunt

Phone: 202-224-5721

Twitter:  

@RoyBlunt

Sen. Claire McCaskill

Phone: 202-224-6154

Twitter:  

@clairecmc

Rep. William “Lacy” Clay Jr.

Phone: 202-225-2406

Twitter:  

@LacyClayMO1

Rep. Ann Wagner

Phone: 202-225-1621

Twitter:  

@RepAnnWagner

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer

Phone: 202-225-2956

Twitter:  

@RepBlainePress

Rep. Vicky Hartzler

Phone: 202-225-2876

Twitter:  

@RepHartzler

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver

Phone: 202-225-4535

Twitter:  

@repcleaver

Rep. Sam Graves

Phone: 202-225-7041

Twitter:  

@RepSamGraves

Rep. Billy Long

Phone: 202-225-6536

Twitter:  

@USRepLong

Rep. Jason Smith

Phone: 202-225-4404

Twitter:  

@RepJasonSmith

MONTANA

Sen. Steve Daines

Phone: 202-224-2651

Twitter:  

@SteveDaines

Sen. Jon Tester

Phone: 202-224-2644

Twitter:  

@SenatorTester

Rep. Greg Gianforte

Phone: 202-225-3211

Twitter:  

@Gianforte

NEBRASKA

Sen. Deb Fischer

Phone: 202-224-6551

Twitter:  

@SenatorFischer

Sen. Ben Sasse

Phone: 202-224-4224

Twitter:  @SenSasse

Rep. Jeff Fortenberry

Phone: 202-225-4806

Twitter:  @JeffFortenberry

Rep. Don Bacon

Phone: 202-225-4155

Twitter:

@DonJBacon

Rep. Adrian Smith

Phone: 202-225-6435

Twitter:  

@RepAdrianSmith

NEVADA

Sen. Dean Heller

Phone: 202-224-6244

Twitter:

@SenDeanHeller

Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto

Phone: 202-224-3542

Twitter:

@CatherineForNV

Rep. Dina Titus

Phone: 202-225-5965

Twitter:  @

RepDinaTitus

Rep. Mark Amodei

Phone: 202-225-6155

Twitter:  

@MarkAmodeiNV2

Rep. Jacky Rosen

Phone: 202-225-3252

Twitter:

@RepJackyRosen

Rep. Ruben Kihuen

Phone: 202-225-9894

Twitter:

@RubenKihuen

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Sen. Margaret (Maggie) Hassan

Phone: 202-224-3324

Twitter:

@SenatorHassan

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen

Phone: 202-224-2841

Twitter:  

@SenatorShaheen

Rep. Carol Shea-Porter

Phone: 202-225-5456

Twitter:

@TeamSheaPorter

Rep. Ann Kuster

Phone: 202-225-5206

Twitter:  

@RepAnnieKuster

NEW JERSEY

Sen. Robert Menendez

Phone: 202-224-4744

Twitter:  

@SenatorMenendez

Sen. Cory Booker

Phone: 202-224-3224

Twitter:

@SenBooker

Rep. Donald Norcross

Phone: 202-225-6501

Twitter:

@DonaldNorcross

Rep. Frank LoBiondo

Phone: 202-225-6572

Twitter:

@RepLoBiondo

Rep. Tom MacArthur

Phone: 202-225-4765

Twitter:

@RepTomMacArthur

Rep. Chris Smith

Phone: 202-225-3765

Twitter:

@RepChrisSmith

Rep. Josh Gottheimer

Phone: 202-225-4465

Twitter:

@JoshGottheimer

Rep. Frank Pallone

Jr.

Phone: 202-225-4671

Twitter:

@FrankPallone

Rep. Leonard Lance

Phone: 202-225-5361

Twitter:

@RepLanceNJ7

Rep. Albio Sires

Phone: 202-225-7919

Twitter:

@RepSires

Rep. Bill Pascrell,

Jr.

Phone: 202-225-5751

Twitter:

@BillPascrell

Rep. Donald Payne Jr.

Phone: 202-225-3436

Twitter:

@RepDonaldPayne

Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen

Phone: 202-225-5034

Twitter:

@USRepRodney

Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman

Phone: 202-225-5801

Twitter:  @RepBonnie

NEW MEXICO

Sen. Martin Heinrich

Phone: 202-224-5521

Twitter:  @MartinHeinrich

Sen. Tom Udall

Phone: 202-224-6621

Twitter:

@SenatorTomUdall

Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham

Phone: 202-225-6316

Twitter:

@RepLujanGrisham

Rep. Steve Pearce

Phone: 202-225-2365

Twitter:

@RepStevePearce

Rep. Ben R. Lujan

Phone: 202-225-6190

Twitter:

@RepBenRayLujan

NEW YORK

Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand

Phone: 202-224-4451

Twitter:

@SenGillibrand

Sen. Charles E. Schumer

Phone: 202-224-6542

Twitter:

@SenSchumer

Rep. Lee Zeldin

Phone: 202-225-3826

Twitter:

@RepLeeZeldin

Rep. Pete King

Phone: 202-225-7896

Twitter:

@RepPeteKing

Rep. Thomas Suozzi

Phone: 202-225-3335

Twitter:

@RepTomSuozzi

Rep. Kathleen Rice

tibPhone: 202-225-5516

Twitter:

@RepKathleenRice

Rep. Gregory W. Meeks

Phone: 202-225-3461

Twitter:

@RepGregoryMeeks

Rep. Grace Meng

Phone: 202-225-2601

Twitter:

@RepGraceMeng

Rep. Nydia M. Velázquez

Phone: 202-225-2361

Twitter:

@NydiaVelazquez

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries

Phone: 202-225-5936

Twitter:

@RepJeffries

Rep. Yvette D. Clarke

Phone: 202-225-6231

Twitter:

@RepYvetteClarke

Rep. Jerrold Nadler

Phone: 202-225-5635

Twitter:

@RepJerryNadler

Rep. Daniel Donovan

Phone: 202-225-3371

Twitter:

@RepDanDonovan

Rep. Carolyn Maloney

Phone: 202-225-7944

Twitter:

@RepMaloney

Rep. Adriano Espaillat

Phone: 202-225-4365

Twitter:

@RepEspaillat

Rep. Joseph Crowley

Phone: 202-225-3965

Twitter:

@RepJoeCrowley

Rep. José E. Serrano

Phone: 202-225-4361

Twitter:

@RepJoseSerrano

Rep. Eliot Engel

Phone: 202-225-2464

Twitter:

@RepEliotEngel

Rep. Nita Lowey

Phone: 202-225-6506  

Twitter:

@NitaLowey

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney

Phone: 202-225-5441

Twitter:

@RepSeanMaloney

Rep. John Faso

Phone: 202-225-5614  

Twitter:

@RepJohnFaso

Rep. Paul D. Tonko

Phone: 202-225-5076

Twitter:

@RepPaulTonko

Rep. Elise Stefanik

Phone: 202-225-4611

Twitter:

@RepStefanik

Rep. Claudia Tenney

Phone: 202-225-3665

Twitter:

@claudiatenney

Rep. Tom Reed

Phone: 202-225-3161

Twitter:

@RepTomReed

Rep. John Katko

Phone: 202-225-3701

Twitter:

@RepJohnKatko

Rep. Brian Higgins

Phone: 202-225-3306

Twitter:

@RepBrianHiggins

Rep. Chris Collins

Phone: 202-225-5265

Twitter:

@RepChrisCollins

NORTH CAROLINA

Sen. Richard Burr

Phone: 202-224-3154

Twitter:

@SenatorBurr

Sen. Thom Tillis

Phone: 202-224-6342

Twitter:

@SenThomTillis

Rep. G.K. Butterfield

Phone: 202-225-3101

Twitter:

@GKButterfield

Rep. George Holding

Phone: 202-225-3032

Twitter:

@RepHolding

Rep. Walter B. Jones

Phone: 202-225-3415

Twitter:

@RepWalterJones

Rep. David Price

Phone: 202-225-1784

Twitter:

@RepDavidEPrice

Rep. Virginia Foxx

Phone: 202-225-2071

Twitter:

@VirginiaFoxx

Rep. Mark Walker

Phone: 202-225-3065

Twitter:

@RepMarkWalker

Rep. David Rouzer

Phone: 202-225-2731

Twitter:

@RepDavidRouzer

Rep. Richard Hudson

Phone: 202-225-3715

Twitter:

@RepRichHudson

Rep. Robert Pittenger

Phone: 202-225-1976

Twitter:

@RepPittenger

Rep. Patrick T. McHenry

Phone: 202-225-2576

Twitter:

@PatrickMcHenry

Rep. Mark Meadows

Phone: 202-225-6401

Twitter:

@RepMarkMeadows

Rep. Alma Adams

Phone: 202-225-1510

Twitter:

@RepAdams

Rep. Ted Budd

Phone: 202-225-4531

Twitter:

@buddforcongress

NORTH DAKOTA

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp

Phone: 202-224-2043

Twitter:

@SenatorHeitkamp

Sen. John Hoeven

Phone: 202-224-2551

Twitter:

@SenJohnHoeven

Rep. Kevin Cramer

Phone: 202-225-2611

Twitter:

@RepKevinCramer

OHIO

Sen. Sherrod Brown

Phone: 202-224-2315

Twitter:

@SenSherrodBrown

Sen. Rob Portman

Phone: 202-224-3353

Twitter:

@SenRobPortman

Rep. Steve Chabot

Phone: 202-225-2216

Twitter:

@RepSteveChabot

Rep. Brad Wenstrup

Phone: 202-225-3164

Twitter:

@RepBradWenstrup

Rep. Joyce Beatty

Phone: 202-225-4324

Twitter:

@RepBeatty

Rep. Jim Jordan

Phone: 202-225-2676

Twitter:

@Jim_Jordan

Rep. Robert E. Latta

Phone: 202-225-6405

Twitter:

@boblatta

Rep. Bill Johnson

Phone: 202-225-5705

Twitter:

@RepBillJohnson

Rep. Bob Gibbs

Phone: 202-225-6265

Twitter:  @RepBobGibbs

Warren Davidson

Phone: 202-225-6205

Twitter:

@WarrenDavidson

Rep. Marcy Kaptur

Phone:202-225-4146

Twitter:  

@RepMarcyKaptur

Rep. Michael Turner

Phone: 202-225-6465

Twitter:

@RepMikeTurner

Rep. Marcia L. Fudge

Phone: 202-225-7032

Twitter:

@mlfudge

Rep. Tim Ryan

Phone: 202-225-5261

Twitter:

@TimRyan

Rep. David Joyce

Phone: 202-225-5731

Twitter:  

@RepDaveJoyce

Rep. Steve Stivers

Phone: 202-225-2015

Twitter:

@RepSteveStivers

Rep. Jim Renacci

Phone: 202-225-3876

Twitter:

@RepJimRenacci

OKLAHOMA

Sen. James M. Inhofe

Phone: 202-224-4721

Twitter:

@InhofePress

Sen. James Lankford

Phone: 202-224-5754

Twitter:  

@SenatorLankford

Rep. Markwayne Mullin

Phone: 202-225-2701

Twitter:

@RepMullin

Rep. Frank Lucas

Phone: 202-225-5565

Twitter:

@RepFrankLucas

Rep. Tom Cole

Phone: 202-225-6165

Twitter:

@TomColeOK04

Rep. Steve Russell

Phone: 202-225-2132

Twitter:

@RepRussell

OREGON

Sen. Jeff Merkley

Phone: 202-224-3753

Twitter:

@SenJeffMerkley

Sen. Ron Wyden

Phone: 202-224-5244

Twitter:

@RonWyden

Rep. Suzanne Bonamici

Phone: 202-225-0855

Twitter:

@RepBonamici

Rep. Greg Walden

Phone: 202-225-6730

Twitter:

@repgregwalden

Rep. Earl Blumenauer

Phone: 202-225-4811

Twitter:

@repblumenauer

Rep. Peter DeFazio

Phone: 202-225-6416

Twitter:

@RepPeterDeFazio

Rep. Kurt Schrader

Phone: 202-225-5711

Twitter:

@RepSchrader

PENNSYLVANIA

Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr.

Phone: 202-224-6324

Twitter:

@SenBobCasey

Sen. Patrick J. Toomey

Phone: 202-224-4254

Twitter:

@SenToomey

Rep. Robert Brady

Phone: 202-225-4731

Twitter:

@RepBrady

Rep. Dwight Evans

Phone: 202-225-4001

Twitter:

@RepDwightEvans

Rep. Mike Kelly

Phone: 202-225-5406

Twitter:

@MikeKellyPA

Rep. Conor Lamb

Phone: 202-225-2301

Twitter:

@ConorLambPA

Rep. Scott Perry

Phone: 202-225-5836

Twitter:

@RepScottPerry

Rep. Glenn W. Thompson

Phone: 202-225-5121

Twitter:

@CongressmanGT

Rep. Ryan Costello

Phone: 202-225-4315

Twitter:

@RepRyanCostello

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick

Phone: 202-225-4276

Twitter:

@BrianFitzUSA

Rep. Bill Shuster

Phone: 202-225-2431

Twitter:

@RepBillShuster

Rep. Tom Marino

Phone: 202-225-3731

Twitter:

@RepTomMarino

Rep. Lou Barletta

Phone: 202-225-6511

Twitter:

@RepLouBarletta

Rep. Keith Rothfus

Phone: 202-225-2065

Twitter:

@KeithRothfus

Rep. Brendan Boyle

Phone: 202-225-6111

Twitter:

@RepBrendanBoyle

Rep. Mike Doyle

Phone: 202-225-2135

Twitter:

@USRepMikeDoyle

Rep. Lloyd Smucker

Phone: 202-225-2411

Twitter:

@RepSmucker

Rep. Matthew Cartwright

Phone: 202-225-5546

Twitter:

@RepCartwright

RHODE ISLAND

Sen. Jack Reed

Phone: 202-224-4642

Twitter:

@SenJackReed

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse

Phone: 202-224-2921

Twitter:

@SenWhitehouse

Rep. David Cicilline

Phone: 202-225-4911

Twitter:

RepCicilline

Rep. Jim Langevin

Phone: 202-225-2735

Twitter:

@JimLangevin

SOUTH CAROLINA

Sen. Lindsey Graham

Phone: 202-224-5972

Twitter:  

@LindseyGrahamSC

Sen. Tim Scott

Phone: 202-224-6121

Twitter:

@SenatorTimScott

Rep. Mark Sanford

Phone: 202-225-3176

Twitter:

@RepSanfordSC

Rep. Joe Wilson

Phone: 202-225-2452

Twitter:

@RepJoeWilson

Rep. Jeff Duncan

Phone: 202-225-5301

Twitter:

@RepJeffDuncan

Rep. Trey Gowdy

Phone: 202-225-6030

Twitter:

@TGowdySC

Rep. Ralph Norman

Phone: 202-225-5501

Twitter:

@RepRalphNorman

Rep. James E. Clyburn

Phone: 202-225-3315

Twitter:

@Clyburn

Rep. Tom Rice

Phone: 202-225-9895

Twitter:

@RepTomRice

SOUTH DAKOTA

Sen. Mike Rounds

Phone: 202-224-5842

Twitter:

@SenatorRounds

Sen. John Thune

Phone: 202-224-2321

Twitter:

@SenJohnThune

Rep. Kristi Noem

Phone: 202-225-2801

Twitter:

@RepKristiNoem

TENNESSEE

Sen. Lamar Alexander

Phone: 202-224-4944

Twitter:  

@SenAlexander

Sen. Bob Corker

Phone: 202-224-3344

Twitter:

@SenBobCorker

Rep. Phil Roe

Phone: 202-225-6356

Twitter:

@DrPhilRoe

Rep. John J. Duncan Jr.

Phone: 202-225-5435

Twitter:

@RepJohnDuncanJr

Rep. Chuck Fleischmann

Phone: 202-225-3271

Twitter:

@RepChuck

Rep. Scott DesJarlais

Phone: 202-225-6831

Twitter:

@DesJarlaisTN04

Rep. Jim Cooper

Phone: 202-225-4311

Twitter:

@RepJimCooper

Rep. Marsha Blackburn

Phone: 202-225-2811

Twitter:

@MarshaBlackburn

Rep. Steve Cohen

Phone: 202-225-3265

Twitter:

@RepCohen

Rep. Diane Black

Phone: 202-225-4231

Twitter:

@RepDianeBlack

Rep. David Kustoff

Phone: 202-225-4714

Twitter:

@DavidKustoff

TEXAS

Sen. John Cornyn

Phone: 202-224-2934

Twitter:

@JohnCornyn

Sen. Ted Cruz

Phone: 202-224-5922

Twitter:

@SenTedCruz

Rep. Louie Gohmert

Phone: 202-225-3035

Twitter:

@replouiegohmert

Rep. Ted Poe

Phone: 202-225-6565

Twitter:

@JudgeTedPoe

Rep. Sam Johnson

Phone: 202-225-4201

Twitter:

@SamsPressShop

Rep. John Ratcliffe

Phone: 202-225-6673

Twitter:

@RepRatcliffe

Rep. Jeb Hensarling

Phone: 202-225-3484

Twitter:

@RepHensarling

Rep. Joe Barton

Phone: 202-225-2002

Twitter:

@RepJoeBarton

Rep. John Culberson

Phone: 202-225-2571

Twitter:

@johnculberson

Rep. Kevin Brady

Phone: 202-225-4901

Twitter:

@RepKevinBrady

Rep. Al Green

Phone: 202-225-7508

Twitter:

@RepAlGreen

Rep. Michael T. McCaul

Phone: 202-225-2401

Twitter:

@RepMcCaul

Rep. K. Michael Conaway

Phone: 202-225-3605

Twitter:

@ConawayTX11

Rep. Kay Granger

Phone: 202-225-5071

Twitter:

@RepKayGranger

Rep. Mac Thornberry

Phone: 202-225-3706

Twitter:

@MacTXPress

Rep. Randy Weber

Phone: 202-225-2831

Twitter:

@TXRandy14

Rep. Vicente Gonzalez

Phone: 202-225-2531

Twitter:

@VoteVicente

Rep. Beto O’Rourke

Phone: 202-225-4831

Twitter:

@RepBetoORourke

Rep. Bill Flores

Phone: 202-225-6105

Twitter:

@RepBillFlores

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee

Phone: 202-225-3816

Twitter:

@JacksonLeeTX18

Rep. Jodey Arrington

Phone: 202-225-4005

Twitter:

@RepArrington

Rep. Joaquin Castro

Phone: 202-225-3236

Twitter:

@JoaquinCastrotx

Rep. Lamar Smith

Phone: 202-225-4236

Twitter:

@LamarSmithTX21

Rep. Pete Olson

Phone: 202-225-5951

Twitter:

@RepPeteOlson

Rep. Will Hurd

Phone: 202-225-4511

Twitter:

@HurdOnTheHill

Rep. Kenny Marchant

Phone: 202-225-6605

Twitter:

@RepKenMarchant

Rep. Roger Williams

Phone: 202-225-9896

Twitter:

@RepRWilliams

Rep. Michael Burgess

Phone: 202-225-7772

Twitter:

@michaelcburgess

Rep. Henry Cuellar

Phone: 202-225-1640

Twitter:

@RepCuellar

Rep. Gene Green

Phone: 202-225-1688

Twitter:

@RepGeneGreen

Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson

Phone: 202-225-8885

Twitter:

@RepEBJ

Rep. John Carter

Phone: 202-225-3864

Twitter:

@JudgeCarter

Rep. Pete Sessions

Phone: 202-225-2231

Twitter:

@PeteSessions

Rep. Marc Veasey

Phone: 202-225-9897

Twitter:

@RepVeasey

Rep. Filemon Vela

Phone: 202-225-9901

Twitter:

@RepFilemonVela

Rep. Lloyd Doggett

Phone: 202-225-4865

Twitter:

@RepLloydDoggett

Rep. Brian Babin

Phone: 202-225-1555

Twitter:

@RepBrianBabin

UTAH

Sen. Orrin G. Hatch

Phone: 202-224-5251

Twitter:

@SenOrrinHatch

Sen. Mike Lee

Phone: 202-224-5444

Twitter:

@SenMikeLee

Rep. Rob Bishop

Phone: 202-225-0453

Twitter:

@RepRobBishop

Rep. John R. Curtis

Phone: 202-225-7751

Twitter:

@RepJohnCurtis

Rep. Chris Stewart

Phone: 202-225-9730

Twitter:

@RepChrisStewart

Rep. Mia Love

Phone: 202-225-3011

Twitter:

@RepMiaLove

VERMONT

Sen. Patrick J. Leahy

Phone: 202-224-4242

Twitter:

@SenatorLeahy

Sen. Bernard Sanders

Phone: 202-224-5141

Twitter:

@SenSanders

Rep. Peter Welch

Phone: 202-225-4115

Twitter:

@PeterWelch

VIRGINIA

Sen. Tim Kaine

Phone: 202-224-4024

Twitter:

@timkaine

Sen. Mark R. Warner

Phone: 202-224-2023

Twitter:

@MarkWarner

Rep. Robert J. Wittman

Phone: 202-225-4261

Twitter:

@RobWittman

Rep. Scott Taylor

Phone: 202-225-4215

Twitter:

@scotttaylorva

Rep. Robert C. Scott

Phone: 202-225-8351

Twitter:

@BobbyScott

Rep. Donald A. McEachin

Phone: 202-225-6365

Twitter:

@RepMcEachin

Rep. Thomas Garrett

Phone: 202-225-4711

Twitter:

@RepTomGarrett

Rep. Bob Goodlatte

Phone: 202-225-5431

Twitter:

@RepGoodlatte

Rep. Dave Brat

Phone: 202-225-2815

Twitter:

@RepDaveBrat

Rep. Don Beyer

Phone: 202-225-4376

Twitter:

@RepDonBeyer

Rep. Morgan Griffith

Phone: 202-225-3861

Twitter:

@RepMGriffith

Rep. Barbara Comstock

Phone: 202-225-5136

Twitter:

@RepComstock

Rep. Gerald E. “Gerry” Connolly

Phone: 202-225-1492

Twitter:

@GerryConnolly

WASHINGTON

Sen. Maria Cantwell

Phone: 202-224-3441

Twitter:

@SenatorCantwell

Sen. Patty Murray

Phone: 202-224-2621

Twitter:

@PattyMurray

Rep. Suzan DelBene

Phone: 202-225-6311

Twitter:

@RepDelBene

Rep. Rick Larsen

Phone: 202-225-2605

Twitter:

@RepRickLarsen

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler

Phone: 202-225-3536

Twitter:

@HerreraBeutler

Rep. Dan Newhouse

Phone: 202-225-5816

Twitter:

@RepNewhouse

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Phone: 202-225-2006

Twitter:

@cathymcmorris

Rep. Derek Kilmer

Phone: 202-225-5916

Twitter:

@RepDerekKilmer

Rep. Pramila Jayapal

Phone: 202-225-3106

Twitter:

@pramilajayapal

Rep. David G. Reichert

Phone: 202-225-7761

Twitter:

@davereichert

Rep. Adam Smith

Phone: 202-225-8901

Twitter:

@RepAdamSmith

Rep. Denny Heck

Phone: 202-225-9740

Twitter:

@RepDennyHeck

WEST VIRGINIA

Sen. Shelley Moore Capito

Phone: 202-224-6472

Twitter:

@SenCapito

Sen. Joe Manchin III

Phone: 202-224-3954

Twitter:

@Sen_JoeManchin

Rep. David McKinley

Phone: 202-225-4172

Twitter:

@RepMcKinley

Rep. Alex Mooney

Phone: 202-225-2711

Twitter:

@RepAlexMooney

Rep. Evan Jenkins

Phone: 202-225-3452

Twitter:

@RepEvanJenkins

WISCONSIN

Sen. Tammy Baldwin

Phone: 202-224-5653

Twitter:

@SenatorBaldwin

Sen. Ron Johnson

Phone: 202-224-5323

Twitter:

@SenRonJohnson

Rep. Paul D. Ryan

Phone: 202-225-3031

Twitter:

@SpeakerRyan

Rep. Mark Pocan

Phone: 202-225-2906

Twitter:

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Keeping Lena Dunham out of trouble on social media isn’t a one-person job.

During a packed panel at South by Southwest in Austin on Saturday entitled “Authenticity and Media in 2018,” the often outspoken 31-year-old — who was making her first public appearance since her hysterectomy — revealed how she tries to keep herself out of hot water on social media.

Acknowledging her history of creating controversies — and then issuing public apologies — Dunham admitted during a talk with new Glamour editor-in-chief Samantha Barry that the pattern had become somewhat of a running joke (there’s even a Twitter bot called “Lena Dunham Apologizes”).

“These articles come out that say, ‘Lena Dunham apologies for like the 87th’ time,’ that was how I was raised,” she said. “We try and we fail and we try again. We think the problem from another angle and we grow.”

So how does she safeguard herself in the future from the backlash the apologies repeatedly stir up?

“I have about 19 people ready to stop me from tweeting. Many of them paid,” she joked.

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But while Dunham has been known to stir up controversy, she said that the “shame” from causing an uproar “goes away really fast.”

“I’ll have two moments. One is full of shame and like, ‘I should never have been let out of my house in the first place.’ Or like, ‘Nobody even deserves me or my truth.’ But it goes away really fast and it’s kind of the only thing that I know how to do,” she said.

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Opening up about her recent hysterectomy, the Girls star noted how much the outpouring of support has meant to her — and how she wasn’t expecting it.

“The only person I’d heard of with hysterectomies was like my 67 year old grandmother, I just didn’t know that we were out there,” Dunham said.

“The amount of people I am having conversations about gynecological health with in public places is off the charts. But I like it,” she said. “I’d rather do that then exchange fake pleasantries. It was only three months ago.”

The often self-deprecating writer also poked fun of her own tousled hair style saying, “Well I hoped that the hairstyle would speak to the authenticity of this panel.”

Although Dunham went on to say that she doesn’t have “whatever the skill set is that allows you to program your own image from the outside and make calculated decisions about how you want to come across,” she pointed out that she didn’t think that was always such a bad thing.

“I think authenticity comes in many forms and it doesn’t just have to be that you didn’t just do your hair right. People confuse authentic with the idea of messy or broken and I think Anna Wintour is authentic and she’s had that haircut for a f— long time.”

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Dunham also admitted that “a big part of” growing up for her has meant “moving away from this sense that I need to have an opinion about everything.”

“I didn’t get in to this to be a perfect celebrity model. I don’t know how to do it,” she said. “That is not where my skill set lies and I think a big part of my 30s is moving away from this sense that I need to have an opinion about everything and taking a moment to think before I speak,” she added.

“Now I find myself wanting to slow down and think about how I can give other women the platform that was given to me. How I can speak through my work. And I hope that this is maturing. I think it is. I can’t be sure. I still wear my hair like this.”


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Ala. Mom Found With Dead Baby in Her Trunk During a Traffic Stop

Last November, police in Jackson, Alabama, made a gruesome discovery during a routine traffic stop when they found the body of a dead newborn in the car’s trunk. This week, a 23-year-old mother of four is behind bars, accused of killing the baby.

Jalesa Gaines was indicted by a grand jury this week on a single manslaughter count, PEOPLE confirms with authorities in Jackson.

Gaines has yet to enter a plea to the charge and information about her lawyer was unavailable Thursday.

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The indictment was returned on Wednesday.

Gaines’ car was stopped on Nov. 14, 2017, along Highway 43 in Jackson, for having an expired license plate, according to police.

The deceased infant was discovered in the trunk in a box that was wrapped with a sweater.

While an exact cause of death has not been releaed, officials believe the baby was alive at birth.

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Following the traffic stop, Gaines was detained on an abuse of a corpse charge.

She was also arrested for allegedly providing investigators with a false name.

According to investigators, Gaines has refused to discuss how the baby died.


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How Oprah Learned to Stop and Smell the Roses (Literally) at Her California Home: ‘This Garden Makes Me Present’

There are some old adages Oprah takes very seriously.

“I’ve done many interviews with people who had to lose what they had in order to value what they still have,” she tells Veranda in their September/October 30th Anniversary issue. “Sometimes I stand under the arbor, close my eyes, and allow myself to take in as much as I can: I hear birds splashing in the fountain and literally smell the roses. This garden makes me present.”

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The TV mogul’s Santa Barbara home overlooking the Pacific Ocean is a world away from her Chicago base. And when she purchased the property in 2001, it’s 42 acres came with a steep learning curve.

“What did I know about a garden?” she says. “I would leave my apartment in the Water Tower in Chicago at 5:30 in the morning and come back at 8:30 at night, when it was dark.” When she found out the plot came with a designated area for a rose garden that was not yet designed, she says, “I thought, Oh boy, what am I going to do with that?”

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As she would in any episode of her beloved show, she turned to the very best expert in the field: Dan Bifano, who’s designed gardens for Barbra Streisand and Tom Ford. Together they picked every bloom, structure and detail of the garden.

“I’m very hands-on,” she says. “I picked the gravel. I picked the grout between the stonework. I decided which way the roses would face. Love is in the details.”

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Now, Oprah’s fully stepped into her gardening shoes. She joined a local club called Rose Buddies, and helped develop a new hybrid flower called Legends, in honor of her female African-American heroes.

For the full story, pick up Veranda‘s September/October 30th Anniversary issue, on newsstands August 29. 


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Sean “Diddy” Combs is too pure for this world and we must protect him at all costs. 

The rapper and business mogul premiered his new documentary “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop,” which traces the legacy of his Bad Boy Records label, in Los Angeles Thursday night. The event boasted an impressive celebrity guest list, including Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Madonna, and, yes, Kendall Jenner.

Diddy shared a slew of photos from the night, but one in particular caught the internet’s attention, a short video of him posing with the 21-year-old supermodel. 

“Last night @kyliejenner #cantstopwontstop #aboutlastnight,” he wrote in the caption, accidentally tagging Jenner’s sister, Kylie Jenner, instead of her. 

He quickly corrected his mistake and  apologized for the mixup in the comments after the internet was done thoroughly high-fiving and roasting him. 

“I’m human people. I make mistakes Sorry,” he wrote.

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Last month, Diddy brutally cropped the Jenner sisters out of a photo at the Met Gala, sparking the glorious hashtag #DiddyCrop. 

He can’t be stopped now, cause he’s bad boy for life.

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Bride Refuses To Let Incurable Cancer Stop Her Wedding

A terminally ill bride-to-be refused to let a rare type of incurable cancer stop her from marrying the love of her life.

In hospice, surrounded by loved ones, Madisonville, Tennessee, resident Ronda Bivens married the father of her two young children Thursday in an impromptu service organized by family and friends.

“She wanted to have a beautiful wedding, and I wanted to give her that,” Ronda’s husband, Matt Mager, told HuffPost.

Ronda’s best friend, Amanda Dalton, was among those who helped organize the nuptials.

“It was friends calling friends, getting everything together,” said Dalton, who helped get Ronda into a donated wedding dress. “We called the county clerk’s office ― they sent someone out ― and we got a preacher. It happened literally within a couple hours once we got it rolling.”

Ronda’s wedding day, which was also her 28th birthday, came after more than a year of chemotherapy, radiation and the amputation of her right leg, with Matt all the while by her side.

“He is like one of a kind,” said Dalton. “He’s been there nonstop for her since the beginning. He loves her unconditionally. That’s the truth.”

Doctors in February 2016 diagnosed a lump on Ronda’s ankle as epithelioid sarcoma, a rare type of a cancer that affects only 1 in 2.5 million people. Unfortunately, doctors years earlier had misdiagnosed the lump ― first as tendinitis and then as a torn tendon, Matt said.

Ronda’s doctors amputated her leg in May 2016, but by then the cancer had spread to her lungs.

“They told us right off the bat there was no cure,” Matt said. “They said, ‘We can just do what helps.’ But everything they’ve done has just made it worse. It’s financially wrecked us, and I’ve had a front row seat to my best friend dying. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done. It’s very emotional.”

Because epithelioid sarcoma is so rare, it’s not a disease doctors were aware of until the 1970s, and even today many doctors are reportedly not as familiar with it as perhaps they should be.

In an online post after her diagnosis, Ronda urged anyone who comes across a lump or bump to take it seriously.

“Never in a million years would I or anyone else thought this would be cancer but it is,” she wrote. “So please everyone, if you find a bump of any sort go to the doctor. Go to a bunch of doctors for second opinions. Maybe if I did, instead of believing all these other misdiagnoses, things would be different.”

When her condition worsened last week, Ronda was admitted to the intensive care unit at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, where the couple received devastating news: Her cancer had spread to her brain.

“The doctor told us they found a tumor on her brain and the cancer had basically taken over her lungs,” Matt said. “They said the left lung had stopped working and the right lung was infected. They told me she had only a few days to live.”

According to Matt, they were presented with two choices: Doctors could sedate Ronda and put a breathing tube down her throat or he could take her home and make her comfortable.

“She wanted to come home, so we’re home now,” he said. “I hold her hand every day and am trying to focus on the time we have. She’s on a morphine pump to soothe her pain, so she’s in and out of it. But when she comes in, she’s still the same fighter. I can’t even tell you how strong she is.

One of those moments of clarity was on the couple’s wedding night.

“She woke up last night and she was so excited about the wedding,” Matt said. “We sat there and talked about it for an hour. She asked to see the wedding photos. We looked at them, laughed and cried and held each other.”

The couple, who have known each other since childhood, have been together since they were teenagers.  

“She’s got the most beautiful eyes ― eyes you can’t get away from,” Matt said.

They have two children, a 6-year-old son, who just graduated first grade, and a 4-year-old daughter. Matt said the couple’s daughter is too young to understand what’s going on, but their son is heartbroken.

“I told him his mother is going to heaven soon,” Matt said. “I’ve sat there and talked with him and cried with him. I had to tell him it ain’t going to be same. It’s hard ― no 6-year-old should have to hear that.”

Friends of the family have created a GoFundMe page in an effort to help with medical and living expenses. Matt, who works as a roofing contractor, has had little time to work since Ronda’s diagnosis. As of Friday, more than $ 500 had been raised.

Ronda, who was unable to participate in this story, recently shared her thoughts on Facebook:

“I’ve seen better days, but I’ve also seen worse. I don’t have everything that I want, but I do have all I need. I woke up with some aches and pains, but I woke up. My life may not be perfect, but I am Blessed.”

Matt said that, while he has little control over what happens next, there is one thing he is certain of: “Our children will never forget her. I tell her every day the kids are never not going to know who you are.”

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‘Which One Is The Man?’ And 4 Other Things To Stop Saying To Gay Guys

A few nights ago, I went to a gay club in Hell’s Kitchen with a few friends. As we walked passed the bar, we caught the attention of a few women.

“The guys here are so hot,” I overheard a woman tell her friend. “What a waste,” she added.

Hearing those words stung like a bee. I’m a waste of a person because I’m not an option for her? Because I’m wired to not be sexually attracted to women? I mean, was she expecting to find her Prince Charming at a club where men dance on a bar to “Can’t Fight The Moonlight?”

My friend told me I was overreacting. That the woman was just disappointed that we weren’t on “her team.”

But it really got me thinking about the many other well intended comments straight people make, including my closest friends and self-identified allies, that I’ve let slide for years.

What A Waste

This is a backhanded compliment. You find an individual attractive and wish you could pursue him, but he’s not into women, so now he’s a waste. Waste, like trash. Garbage, something to be discarded and taken to the curb. No ma’am. Try again. Maybe tell him you find him attractive and that leave it at that.

Which One Of You Is The Man?

We’re both men. That’s why it’s called being gay. Duh! What you’re probably wondering is who’s the pitcher and who’s the catcher? Or who is the top or the bottom? Who’s the plug and who’s the socket? The short answer? It’s none of your business really. When is it ever appropriate to ask someone about their sexual habits? That’ll be like me walking up to a man and asking him if his wife let’s him try anal while she’s standing right there. Kind of weird, huh?

“He’s gay, but he’s cool.”

I had a friend in college who would say this. She would invite her straight male friend out with us and inform him that I was going to be there, but not to worry because “I’m cool.” I overheard a woman at a restaurant preparing her boyfriend for the arrival of her bestie to join them. She told him not to worry. “You’ll love him. He’s gay, but he’s cool.” I assume what she meant was that her friend wouldn’t threaten or disrupt her boyfriend’s fragile masculinity or make him feel uncomfortable with his gayness. I wondered if she introduced her other friends that way.

“My friend Janice is coming. She’s left-handed, but she’s cool.”

“My friend Martin may join us. He was raised in a single-parent household, but he’s cool.”

“My roommate Christina may stop by. She’s vegan, but she’s cool.”

You Don’t Seem Gay

Well I’m sorry I couldn’t live up to your stereotypes. While being gay may influence my mannerisms and interests, it’s just my sexual orientation. Gay people have unique interests and traits just like everyone else in the world.

[See also: “You’re the worst gay ever” used when a gay guy doesn’t like something all gay guys are “supposed” to like such as shopping and Lady Gaga.]

Are You Sure?

Absolutely, but whenever I lose my way, I look at this GIF of Taye Diggs.

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Nicole Kidman Just Can’t Stop Wearing Animal Dresses

Remember when Nicole Kidman showed up to the SAG Awards with parrots on her shoulders and we couldn’t stop chirping about her high-risk, higher-reward look?

Well, it appears the “Big Little Lies” star may have heard our praise. Or she just really, really loves animals. Either way, she wore yet another creature-adorned gown to the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas Sunday night.

The intricately beaded Alexander McQueen dress is decorated with leaves, flowers and ― if you can spot them ― a whole bunch of animals. We spy an owl, a squirrel, deer and various other little creatures we’re still trying to identify.

It’s a Where’s Waldo of nature, if you will! 

Kidman paired the wild look with a pair of stunning emerald earrings, and left her hands free enough of jewelry to clap normally this time around. 

Weird clapping be damned, this gown gets a standing ovation from us. 

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Dave Chappelle Wants Comedians To Stop Making The Same Donald Trump Jokes

Saturday Night Live” is experiencing a creative renaissance and its biggest ratings in two decades under Donald Trump’s presidency. But Dave Chappelle has a message for fellow comedians enjoying the fruits of the administration’s blunders: “Trump’s kind of bad for comedy.”

Speaking with CBC on Sunday, Chappelle offered his take on the current president’s relationship with his chosen profession, agreeing that comedy has “a role to play under Trump,” but warning that there’s a risk of regurgitating the same material. 

“Most comics in the states are starting to do the same jokes, just because Trump is so on everybody’s mind,” he said. “So it’ll be nice when we don’t have to talk about him that much.”

Despite his concerns over Trump’s omnipresence, Chappelle said he still believes the state of comedy today is “strong and healthy,” citing the return of some of his favorites like Chris Rock and Jon Stewart to the game.

“I think that most of these guys you see working are wildly courageous,” he explained. “It’s such a strange time, being bombarded with so much information, and I think comedy is an important valve for syphoning through all that.”

In November, Chappelle hosted the first “Saturday Night Live” episode after the election and delivered a stirring opening monologue in response to Trump’s surprise win. After joking that America actually elected “an internet troll as our president,” he recalled a recent visit to the White House for a BET event that made him feel hopeful about the country’s direction. 

 “I saw how happy everybody was, these people who had been historically disenfranchised, and it made me feel hopeful, and it made me feel proud to be an American,” Chappelle said. “So, in that spirit, I’m wishing Donald Trump luck. I’m going to give him a chance, and we, the historically disenfranchised, demand that he give us one too.”

For more from Chappelle, you can watch his two comedy specials that premiere on Netflix this month.  

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Stop Trying and Just Be

Have you ever seen someone try to dance ballet who is not a ballet dancer, or heard someone trying to sing opera without any training? It would make you laugh, no?

Have you ever experienced an uncomfortable discussion with someone who is trying very hard to be nice? You can tell that this person is working hard to be polite but you can tell that it is not genuine. It is as if the person has a mask on their face and is hiding their true nature.

It is similarly awkward when a person you are speaking with tries to impress you with how important he is. You feel doubtful and wonder if they are trying to sell you something that may not be true. Are they merely exaggerating, or are they lying to you?

These examples came to my mind as I noticed someone trying to be loving to me. It made me feel tense rather than being loved: Did this person have a hidden agenda? Where did this “love” come from and what for?

What is going on?

“Trying to be” means you are working on doing something that does not come naturally to you. It is not you.

Please do not try. If you are angry, be angry. Do not try to be angry. If you are depressed, let yourself be depressed. Do not try to look depressed to get attention. Just be, whatever it is.

When I find people who are genuine, I cannot be offended by them. They are what they are, and I find it refreshing to be with someone who does not try to be but is.

You know where you stand with this kind of person. What you see is what you get. You do not have to have multiple thoughts in your mind as you interact with a genuine person. One of the most difficult parts of interacting with someone who seems disingenuous is that one part of your mind is listening to what they say while another part of your mind is screening the information because you do not trust what you hear or see. It is exhausting if it is prolonged.

I suspect that what helped Donald Trump win the presidency is that he did not try to be nice. He was genuine — foul language, aggressiveness and all. Those who voted for him, I suggest, trusted him because of his personality, although his facts were often way off the mark. Clinton, on the other hand, had her information well vetted but appeared to be trying very hard to be nice. People did not trust her a bit.

It is not always easy to be genuine. In certain situations, it is easier to cover our faces and souls with a mask and pretend to be what we are not.

To be genuine means to have no fear. To be confident enough in one’s own identity to withstand criticism. Not easy.

Just thinking,
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What is a hard thing to do in life? originally appeared on Quorathe knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.

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What is a hard thing to do in life? Understanding that your life is not a television show.

One of the hardest things to understand about my life has been the fact that it is not episodic. That is to say, most of the time life is not full of “important stuff.” My life isn’t a television show. It is mostly the stuff that happens between each episode.

Most of the time, important stuff happens when you least expect it, and when you’re barely ready for it. The majority of your time will be spent between the important stuff. This includes:

  • Doing laundry.
  • Folding laundry.
  • Grocery shopping.
  • Paying bills.
  • Picking small crumbs up from your floor so as to delay vacuuming.

This is difficult to swallow as you get older and cease to be ushered from event to event and hand-delivered meaningful experiences. Most of the time, we’re doing what has to be done in order to better position ourselves for what we wish to do.

If this sounds like drudgery, that’s because it is. There are some pretty salient myths about the joy of daily life, and I think we are lead to believe that a happy life is one filled each day with intrigue and adventure. We are not the Great Gatsby. Most of my day is a grind – and I actually enjoy my job.

If you can’t be happy with the things in front of you, no great plot line is going to save you from that.

And if you figure out how to do that, tell me how.

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Authorities in Forest Grove said that the woman allegedly told the man to “shut up” when he insisted on whistling the timeless classic (yes, timeless classic) near her driveway on Saturday. 

The song includes the lyric “I hope you have found a friend.” And yet, it seems that was not true in this case, according to Captain Mark Herb of the Forest Grove Police Department.

“It’s not clear if the caller would have been more or less upset if it was a different genre or whether it was just the talent lacking in the whistling,” Herb told Time.

Now, if you’ve made it this far through the article, the song is undoubtedly stuck in your head. You might as well go all in and listen to the whole thing:

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Surfer Kelly Slater Joins Kering’s Effort to Stop Violence Against Women

THREE MUSKETEERS: Three well-known men are lending their voices to combat violence against women.
Surfer Kelly Slater, French soccer player Antoine Griezmann and Chinese actor Yang Yang are participating in the 5th annual White Ribbon for Women campaign, a Kering Foundation initiative that runs from today through Nov. 27.
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Kering has also set a crowd-funding platform allowing users to donate to a variety of NGOs that empower women who have experienced violence. These include It’s On Us in America, HER Fund in Asia, and Fédération Nationale Solidarité Femmes, La Maison des Femmes, Rosa UK and Women’s Aid in Europe.
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Daniel Radcliffe Can’t Stop Laughing During ‘Water War’ With Jimmy Fallon

Hopefully Harry Potter brought his gillyweed.

“Victor Frankenstein” star Daniel Radcliffe took on Jimmy Fallon in a “Water War” on Tuesday, and he just couldn’t keep it together. Radcliffe started laughing almost immediately, and once he got to dump water on Fallon, he pretty much didn’t stop. 

Radcliffe played a wizard for most of his childhood, so he’s used to doing pretty amazing things. Once he shocked people by pretending he was the receptionist at Nylon magazine, and during a previous visit on “The Tonight Show,” he expertly rapped the “Alphabet Aerobics.” But that stuff aside, seeing Harry Potter apparently get hit by a giggling charm is just as magical as anything.

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Not Listen to Social Media Gurus

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TWITTER IS THE MANSON FAMILY I NEVER HAD

The social media Guru who said “Twitter should be used in moderation” could also probably stop at eating one Cheeto, or even open their eyes while sneezing. It’s a mindless addiction that screams “try and stop me!”.

Now, assuming you’re like most of us on Twitter, you live in a bunker, and manifest symptoms of mild autism and megalomania. You also have an abiding need to get something pointless and stupid off your chest.

So seriously, how do you start? Which key launches the nukes? It seems an endless salad bar without the spit guard. Somewhere you can come back for seconds, gloriously naked under that trench coat, and of course, wearing wet shoes.

THE GENE POOL COULD USE A DEEP END

Not to harsh your Twitter mellow, but what do you naturally aspire to? Ghost of soapy Tyler Durdan? Bikini Model spokesperson? Do you happily lick donuts? Well all you have to do is just close your eyes and click your heels, and take a shot of ether and get in touch with your weird side. It’s all waiting for you on the Internet’s wild wacked west.

You can be your own fantasy. The only thing limiting you are your limitations, and even that can snowball uphill on this thing.

HOW TO START

So for kicks, the first thing you do is follow some profoundly respected celebrity account, because by gosh, you’re both on Twitter and now practically related in an inbred way. You even feel kind of chummy, so you say ‘Hi’ to a Hilary or Katy or Kanye or Fitty, then wait for a response, and wait, all the while slipping deeper and deeper into Nyquil-tini haze.

The good news is you’re not alone — We all got our taste for Nyqil-tinis much the same way.

(At this point, most Twitter virgins experience Twitter fatigue, and must pop Twitter viagra. Just kidding, there is no Twitter viagra. Meth. We use meth).

THE SECRET TO LIFE IS KEEPING THE HOT FUDGE HOT

So now that you’ve been rebuffed, repulsed and repelled, any rational human, medicated or otherwise, would go for the pro-tip. Time to check in with the social media gurus. Y’know, the Swami guys with folded legs, sitting on mountain tops just typing on their laptops — right? Well, social media gurus are the Internet’s bottom feeders: they’ll just bite you on the butt, and feed on your bottom.

It’s the blind leading the blind into an open manhole. Bungee jumping into a burmese tiger trap. The Third base coach waving the runner into a snowblower.

I freely admit an unabashed lusting to become one of them. They’re like the High Priests of some primitive idolatrous cult. Hanging out on the deck of a Temple, just shooting the breeze after a hard day’s flinging sacrificial virgins into the volcano, and fertility rites. You just know you want into that action.

But let’s face it, Twitter is the dog run of social media. Land mines everywhere. You’re bound to step into a simmering pile of tweeting faux pas. Thankfully, with its attention span of a Jello shot, and collective memory loss, it’s always just like shaking the etch-a-sketch clean.

So it begs the question: Do you really need the social media guru sagacity and wisdom?

Here are some of my favorite rules not to follow very closely:

1. NEVER FOLLOW/FOLLOWBACK BLINDLY, IT HURTS YOUR BRAND

Because on Twitter, we aren’t people, we’re brands, and anything we post or do online affects the people following us. So be very careful not to give a sh**. Follow indiscriminately. Hit your daily following limit. Go directly to Twitter jail.

It’s a numbers game, and you only miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t drink. So bottoms up!

2.DON”T OBSESS OVER YOUR FOLLOWER COUNT

Seriously?

Your follower count is the dipstick of your relevancy — if you’re down a quart, you might as well leave it in the shop.

Again, Twitter is a numbers game — no one knows what’s really going on, so it’s the only indicator of your “eating at the cool table” factor. I can’t stress enough the importance of this, and it justifies its accomplishment by the most ruthless means possible. Attending Moabite fertility rites with stomach flu. Shipping off your in-firmed Eskimo grandparents on an ice floe as an amuse-bouche for polar bears. Promising you’ll call after a date and you don’t. It doesn’t matter. It’s for the greater good, your greater good.

And by the same token, if someone is not following you back after three days, unfollow them. If you have the time, block them. And if you have more time, also stick knitting needles into the ears and nostrils of their voodoo doll

Although personally, I start with the knitting needles on Day 2.

3. DIRECT MESSAGE:

OR:

TWITTER IT’S ALL FUN AND GAMES UNTIL SOMEONE DM’s

Whoa! Seriously? Never DM anyone! Never! Not even to poison control after Bill Cosby roofied you with radioactive Polonium 210.

Twitter is like self-medication for a broad spectrum of interesting characters, from the lithium-addled, insomniac vampires, to the bi-polar narcoleptic dominatrixes. No one wants to get a direct mail from a barnacle with suction cups, and a prescription for an electro-shock bite stick. The kind of stalkerish nut job who needs your opinion on what color thong is appropriate for an afternoon wedding. (Note to the style challenged: it’s all good).

Especially if you yourself have a nagging conscience. Blocking a Twitter crazy conjures up guilty visions of sugar plum fairies dancing on the subway platform, just before they jump. So avoid DMs as if it were the plague with bad breath.

3. DO FOLLOW PEOPLE YOU VALUE

OR:

MANY ARE CALLED, FEW ARE CHOSEN, AND EVEN LESS RSVP

Very few celebrities will send the elevator of success back down to the basement for us methane-breathing troglodytes. Unless they’re extraordinary human beings like Jim Gaffigan, who is quite literally the Dr. Albert Schweitzer of Comedians — just a kind, generous, giving human being and utterly hilarious — no wrong answers. But sadly, Jim can’t field everyone, so you have to blaze your own trail, while avoiding self-immolation like a Vietnamese Monk on a bender.

4. RETWEET REGULARLY

OR:

“WHEN PEOPLE TRY TO RAIN ON YOUR PARADE… PEE ON THEIRS

Again-Seriously?

There is no honor among thieves, and no respect between Twitterers. Trust me, you will inevitably be disappointed, and the “Block” button will seem so wussy and ineffectual, especially compared with what you really want to do to them. Instead of RTing, just hit the ‘I told You So’ button.

This is so high school, that is, if you graduated from John Wayne Gacy High with degree in clown costumes. It’s lousy with fond memories of anti-social non-reciprocation: The old: ‘I’ll scratch your back, and you excoriate mine with a raclette swivel’.

5. ALWAYS USE ORIGINAL CONTENT

OR

(to be continued)

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Who doesn’t love a good silly list? In the comments below, please add to our serious and not-so-serious list of things and habits we should all probably have shed by now.

1. The “meh” shrug.

The “meh” shrug has emerged as a Donald Trump trademark. Please, before the “meh” shrug becomes as ubiquitous as cell phones in restaurants, can we please rid ourselves of this smug expression? We are reminded of Mad Magazine’s Alfred E. Neuman, who somewhat prophetically once asked, “How come we choose from just two people for President, and 50 for Miss America?” Now, did you just do a “meh” shrug when you read that?

 

2. The generational claim to the best. music. ever.

Yes, boomers owned Woodstock. They also can claim the British Invasion. But we can debate til the cows come home whether the music shaped the generation or was merely the background score to their coming of age. The fact that many boomers bemoaned how they had no idea what to listen to during the 1980s suggests that they weren’t trying very hard. The reality is that every generation has shunned the music of those that came later.  It’s time for boomers to stop with the claim of “nothing compares with The Grateful Dead” and asking their grandkids, “How can you listen to that stuff?” Truth is, weren’t The Animals a passing thing?

3. Buying furniture from Ikea.

Everyone appreciates how the Swedish put-it-together-yourself-if-you-dare furniture maker outfitted our first apartments. But like most first loves, we reach a point where it’s time to move on. As a matter of fact, most marriages would improve if there was a law that said all furniture must come preassembled. 

The one exception to our Ikea-is-for-kids rule is their meatballs. Actually they have some neat decorating stuff too. But nothing that needs assembling.

4. Hanging on to unframed prints.

If you haven’t done it by now, that poster you picked up at the museum gift shop in Amsterdam in 2004 isn’t really ever likely to see a frame or the light of day. Why clutter your closets with things like this when by now you should have learned that buying a postcard (that fits in your purse) of your favorite painting makes more sense.

5. Keeping incomplete sets of cutlery.

“No, no, I need the forks with the round handles, not with the wavy lines on them!” Who among us hasn’t screamed those precise words at a child who is helping set the table while the dinner guests are ringing the doorbell? The simplest solution is to get rid of all the partial sets of cutlery and just get one complete set. While it is inevitable that the occasional spoon must be sacrificed to the Great Garbage Disposal God, when your utensil set reaches a critical mass of missing pieces, it’s time to toss and repeat.

4. Displaying your CD collections.

With rare exception, your CD collection probably shouldn’t be the focal point of your living room when you are 50. That said, we feel differently about your old vinyl collection, although do you really want visitors rifling through your albums and leaving smudge marks with their dirty paws?

5. Hanging on to your kid’s first school backpack.

At some point, you must accept that your 25-year-old will grimace when he sees that adorable photo of his first day of kindergarten where he’s wrapped himself around your knees begging you not to leave. Take it to the bank: He certainly won’t ever use the backpack he’s pictured wearing. And no, your grandchildren likely won’t either. 

6. Stashing stuff under your bed.

Declutter the person and you declutter the mind. Under-the-bed storage is really just clutter. It largely consists of things that at one point you developed a sentimental and maybe even irrational attachment to. It’s stuff that you never use (or it wouldn’t be under the bed, would it?). Seriously, you never know what you’re going to find there. And giving your cat an additional hiding place will endear you to her, in her own way of course.

7. Accumulating piles of unopened mail.

First of all, why aren’t you opening your mail? Sure, most everything of importance is now handled online, but occasionally — stuck in between all the paper advertisements and unsolicited credit card offers — is something that is actually important. Collect your mail from the mailbox every day (overflowing mailboxes also tip off the bad guys that you may not be home) and spend 30 seconds dispensing with it.

 8. Thinking shot glasses, snow globes and refrigerator magnets  from your travels make you a collector.

There are many other ways to commemorate your travels besides identical Starbuck’s mugs that have different cities’ names on them. We prefer photos of you standing in front of the Eiffel Tower or posing by a Venetian gondola to shot glasses that were all manufactured in the same factory in China, no matter where you bought them. If you are going to buy souvenirs, why not at least have them be representative of the place you are visiting. Vermont maple syrup, Murano glass, French wine — all make more sense to us than a snow globe with the Hollywood sign in it. It doesn’t even ever snow there.

9. Covering your windows with anything other than drapes or blinds.

While you may have a soft spot for those Indian blankets we used to keep the sunlight from waking us up before noon in college, it’s a decorating style that will draw unwanted assumptions — and maybe even the attentions of Homeland Security — should you try it later in life. 

 10. Showing signs you could be a hoarder.

Can we just say this up front? We think porcelain dolls are a little creepy. They look creepy and the idea that they are dolls but you can’t play with them is also creepy. Not judging, mind you. The broader point is that most collections are just dust collectors. They clutter our shelves and our lives. They take up space. Do you really need them? Would the money you spend collecting those dolls could be put to a much better use, saying, buying a real doll for a real kid who doesn’t have one.

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5 Reasons To Stop Pointing Your Pitchforks At ‘The Fat Jew’

The Fat Jew, aka Instagram star Josh Ostrovsky, has had a rough week. Accused by an ever-growing number of comedians and Internet creatives for stealing their work, he’s been called a Bogartist, a “hacky joke thief,” and “pure trash,” among other, less kind terms. Until now, he hasn’t said much of anything in his own defense.

In an interview with Vulture, we learned how he runs his 5.7-million-follower operation, and why he doesn’t consider himself a thief. 

Here’s why The Fat Jew thinks you should change your mind about him.

1. He knows why everyone is mad.

“I get it: I should have been providing attribution for all posts,” he told Vulture’s Jesse David Fox. “I now realize that if I couldn’t find a source for something, I probably shouldn’t have posted it in the first place.” 

2. He’s trying to add image credits, and correct misleading ones.

He’s got over 3,200 posts on Instagram as of this writing, the majority of which aren’t credited. “My email address is up. I urge people to reach out and say, ‘That’s my thing.’ I would love to give credit,” Ostrovsky said. Recalling the moment comedian Davon Magwood — who’s been vocal in the debate over crediting – contacted him, Ostrovsky explained:

“He reached out and was like, ‘Dude,’ and I was like, ‘Dude,’ and gave him credit.”

If he can’t figure out who created something, he assured Fox he’d take those photos down. Or one of his interns would — apparently he’s got “an army” of them “working out of the back of a nail salon in Queens.”

3. He doesn’t consider himself a comedian.

“I come from a writing background. That was my genesis,” Ostrovsky stated, adding later on that he’s consistently maintained himself to be “a commentator,” “a curator,” or a “performance artist.” 

It was never my intention for anyone to think all of this was mine. I want people to shine. I like when like some Monster Energy-wearing weirdo emails me and says, ‘You put up my tweet, now I’m the most popular kid in my school.’ That’s amazing, that’s what I’m going for.

 

4. He wants to be “a trusted voice of pop culture.”

While he has created his own content — be it a video of himself teaching a spin class for the homeless, or “sitting in hot tubs of guacamole” — Ostrovsky hopes people see him as a guy who sometimes makes funny stuff, and sometimes just comments on it. 

“It’s about shining light on things that are chill and taking a piss on things that are ridiculous,” he told Fox. In addition, Ostrovsky vehemently denies ever cropping out credit information on any of his posts himself, or knowingly stealing a joke.

“That’s not who I am or what I’m about.”

5. He understands how the Internet — and his own attitude — has changed since “The Fat Jew” got started.

Fox brought up a 2009 incident in which Ostrovsky publicly gave out comedian David Cross’ phone number — a huge no-no. These days, he’d never consider pulling the same stunt.

“I realize my voice has power, and I want to use it in a responsible way that everybody feels good about,” he explained, adding that “social change” stuff isn’t normally his speed.

“Taking this seriously is definitely a different perspective for me … If this situation is a part of Internet history, I just want to make sure that in 10 years, I’m on the right side of it,” he said.

To read the whole interview — it’s worth it – head to Vulture.

 

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Stop What You’re Texting And Look At This New Emoticon

Hello, everyone. It is the year 2015. We still punctuate our emails and texts with little human faces; we’ve just moved on to emojis, where the faces are a little cuter. And there’s one that looks like poop.

We’re not too good for emoticons. They’re just not the novelty they once were in, say, 2001. Some we never really figured out — looking at you, weird dollar sign mouth (“:$ “) — so we stick to smiles and frowns. They’re pretty old news, TBH.

But what if we told you there’s a new emoticon? That you haven’t seen? Even though you’ve seen all of them? 

Behold!

What? Where? Why? Glad you asked. 

What it is: An apostrophe, a comma, a colon and a closed parenthetical mark make up this new sassy smiley. ‘,:) 

Where it came from: We found it on someone’s Tumblr, above the comment “10/10,” and was originally posted by user failsyndrome. It is not listed on Wikipedia’s list of emoticons. If you’ve been using it this whole time, congratulations on your genius, but no thanks for not sharing.

Why we need it: The human experience encompasses a wide range of emotions which are sometimes conveyed visually in the form of facial expressions. This one, to us, is the face you make when you go, “Really?” while you’re trying to size someone up in a friendly way but you’re right on the edge of getting real. Like this:

Also, we just want to point out that if it’s 2015 and people are still discovering new ways to anthropomorphize punctuation, then there are probably some other emoticons out there waiting to be found. Happy hunting.

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In today’s high-speed culture, sensible human nutrition has been sidetracked by convenience foods and fad diets. Attempting to cut through the hype can be overwhelming for anyone, even when you have the best of intentions about adopting healthier eating habits and committing to long-term wellness. Fortunately, wellness expert Brett Blumenthal has created a straightforward diet and nutrition program to demystify the secrets of healthy eating once and for all. She identifies five simple principles, founded in fact, that can easily be applied in everyday life.

Her “get real” toolkit outlines tips on establishing proper portion size, shopping smart at the grocery store, and making healthy substitutions in cooking, along with advice about exercise, hydration, and stress reduction. Hailed as “the ‘diet book’ for people who hate diet books”, Get Real and Stop Dieting! will inspire, empower, and motivate you to live a healthier, happier life.

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9 Things Your Hair Colorist Wishes You’d Stop Doing

The relationship we all have with our hair colorist is one of the most intimate we have outside of our family and friends. We trust them to conceal our roots or gray hair, and fix our bad at-home dye jobs (more on this later). 

At the end of the day, your hair colorist has a job to do, but there are some key things you can do to make his or her life easier. Here’s a couple of bad habits your colorist wishes you’d break — after all, this is a relationship worth saving. 

1. Don’t be late for your hair appointment. “Five to 10 minutes late is understandable,” says Kyle White, the lead colorist at Oscar Blandi Salon in New York City. “Life happens, there’s traffic or the babysitter was late. I totally get it, but when you are consistently 20 minutes late for your appointment, it says one thing to me. You think your time is way more valuable then mine, and every other client that will be kept waiting because of you.” The pro’s advice: If you are more than 15 minutes late, apologize profusely and reschedule.

2. Don’t be dishonest about your hair history. ”If there’s color on your hair or it’s chemically straightened, we need to know,” White says. “I promise we won’t think any less of you if your hair is not 100 percent natural or you had to see someone else while you were summering in the Hamptons.” A colorist may get angry if they use the incorrect dye formula because a client fibbed about their hair being “virgin” or using a box color the week prior, White explained. “Always be honest,” he says. “It could be the difference between beautiful hair and head full of straw.”

3. Don’t wear white or an expensive designer outfit to get your hair dyed. L’Oréal Paris celebrity colorist Kari Hill says, “When people come for hair color application dressed completely in white — makes me nervous!” White adds, “Also, I’m betting that you won’t care what color your hair is if we get a huge glob of bleach on that Birken!”

4. Don’t forget to bring a picture“You know the saying ‘A picture says a thousand words.’ Well, that’s never truer than when it comes to color,” says White. Pro trick: look for a photograph of someone with a similar skin tone, eye color and natural base hair color as your own because those shades will probably work best and be the most achievable.

5. Don’t show up with wet or dirty hair. Hill notes that you can’t color wet hair, so it wastes time having to blow dry it first and then apply color. “There’s also a false belief that it’s better to color on very dirty hair [but] an excessive amount of hair product residue on strands can impede color application,” she says.

6. Don’t move around while you are getting your hair colored. “I swear sometimes I think the clients are more interested in reading magazines and sipping cappuccinos then they are about getting their hair done right,” says White. “If you’re a moving target, things get messed up, highlights get placed incorrectly or a spot may be missed.”

7. Don’t distract your hairdresser by talking non-stop. “There’s no denying that there is a strong social aspect to a hair appointment, and many of my best friends started out as clients,” he says. “Keep in mind that intricate haircuts and color are complex procedures that require a reasonable amount of concentration.”

8. Don’t have unrealistic expectations about the outcome. Having black hair with a desire to go blonde in under an hour is impossible, according to Hill. “It doesn’t work time-wise, and you will never be totally pleased with rushed results,” she says.

9. Don’t forget to protect your fresh new hair color from the sun. “I’m tired of hearing clients tell me that they spent time in the sun and then complain about their color changing,” says Hill. “Hair oxidizes without the proper protection! I always advise on wearing hats or headscarves, limiting sun exposure and using products with UV filters.”

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5 Fashion Rules Short Girls Should Stop Following

For too long, girls with petite frames have been told what they can and cannot wear as a result of their short stature. Well, vertically challenged fashionistas: The buck stops here. Today, we’re debunking five common fashion myths regarding short girls everywhere. Read on for our styling tips and tricks for how to successfully break these archaic fashion rules once and for all.

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Knee-High Gladiator Sandals Will Swallow Your Legs: The key to wearing knee-high gladiators as a girl with shorter legs is balanced proportions. At 5’ tall, Kourtney Kardashian keeps from looking squat in the sandals by showing off her legs in shorts. A tailored romper is a great way to get the look without feeling like you’re revealing too much.

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You Can Never Wear Flats: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (5’2” and 5’3”, respectively) prove you don’t have to teeter on your highest stilettos to look and feel dressed up. At this year’s CFDA Awards, the duo opted for flats over heels with their all-black ensembles. Follow their lead and expose just enough of your ankle so you don’t look like you’re drowning in your clothes.

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Maxi Lengths Will Overwhelm Your Frame: The secret to pulling off a maxidress if you have a petite frame lies in the waistline. Nicole Richie appears taller than her 5’1” frame actually measures, due to the nipped-in waistline, plus a hemline that hits right at the floor.

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Midi Skirts Are Never Flattering: Since moving to NYC, 5’1” Vanessa Hudgens’ style has been spot-on. Most recently, she championed the midlength pencil skirt, proving to petite girls everywhere that this trend can also work for them. Go for a high-waisted silhouette and pair with a crop top to give the illusion of a longer legs.

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Ankle-Strap Heels Will Make Your Legs Look Stumpy: Old fashion rules maintain that short girls should avoid ankle straps, for fear of looking too squat. But check out how Miroslava Duma, at 4’11” pulls them off. The strap on her sandal is on the thinner side, allowing her to reveal just the right amount of skin in a midlength dress.

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Coming to Your Senses: How to Stop Your Negative Thinking

In this video, Eckhart Tolle explains the present moment is a portal to eliminate our negative thinking. He says as soon as you realize you are entering a non-harmonious state of mind, such as: worry, anxiety, anger, or unhappiness in any form, you’ve lost track of the present moment– you believe something else is more important.

Unknowingly, many people live in an unhappy state of mind, but are unaware of it. Eckhart likens this to a noisy refrigerator running in the background that you don’t hear any longer because you’ve become accustomed to it. Suddenly, the refrigerator breaks down and you notice the silence, and only then do you become aware there was a noisy refrigerator in the room. Your negative thoughts are the noisy refrigerator buzzing along.

Present moment awareness is the conscious redirecting of your thinking mind into the direct perception and inner alignment with the present moment. Eckhart refers to this process as, literally coming to your senses.

Be silent, look around and listen, become aware of your breathing. Be here now. There is nothing more important than the present moment. As you consciously enter the present moment the thinking mind with negative thoughts recedes, and you wake up from being immersed in the voice in your head.

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Stop Catching Foul Balls While Holding Your Babies, You Lunatics

Something has gone awry in baseball. Back in the proverbial day, we caught foul balls, gently placed a celebratory hand in the air, quietly sat down and then got back to eating our peanuts or whatever, like normal, civilized people.

But at some point, something changed. No longer is it enough to simply catch a foul ball. Nowadays, you need to catch it in a way that separates you from the crowd, that temporarily elevates you from mere baseball fan to something akin to viral legend.

Was it Sportscenter that did this? The Internet? The evolution of man? Obama? No one can say for sure, but the point is that it happened. People are catching baseballs with beers, and they’re catching them with popcorn buckets. They’re catching them bare-handed and and they catching them backhanded. They’re catching them and dancing and they’re catching them and prancing.

And you know what? That’s all fine and good. Catch your foul balls with whatever receptacle you want. After all, this is America. Nothing wrong with a little show-boating. But there’s one new aspect of this trend that has been creeping up on us for some time that we need to talk about, if only because’s it’s gained some recent steam.

We’re talking about grabbing foul balls while holding babies, people.

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These aren’t the only examples we could find, either. There are so, so, so many of them. One baby catch? Fine. Two? Sure. Three? Now we all see what’s going on.

We get where you’re coming from, moms and dads. You’re cool parents with senses of coordination we can’t match. You love your child, but you also love the spotlight, and this is one of the few instances in which those two passions can be combined into a moment of you being you. Hell, if “we” were parents, “we’d” probably be right there next to you. Looks pretty fun to be honest. But we aren’t parents. We are without child. And that makes us the voice of reason in this particular situation.

So quite literally, we beg of you: Think of the children. It’s only a matter of time before an attempt at virality ends with a trip to the hospital and a national conversation about parenting. And as we all know, there is nothing worse than a national conversation about parenting. Don’t make it come to that.

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Let’s Stop Blaming Millennials for Everything

“Are colleges too politically correct for comedy?” was the overhyped bird flu/shark attack/Ebola of the news recently. Having had a less-than-stellar experience performing comedy at a college, I wrote a piece about the idea. I discussed my university show gone awry, and it got a decent little amount of attention. Right place, right time.

Most topics are polarizing, but the idea colleges were too PC found a home where both conservatives and liberals could reside. From the Huffington Post to the Rush Limbaugh show, many agreed that Millennials needed to toughen up and take a joke. They turned a concept involving an institution — universities — into a generation war and finger pointing: “Generation Y is useless!”

I’m not sure that accomplishes anything, and in my piece, I went out of my way to avoid laying blame on the students.

I discussed what happened, and reported the information I was given. I did note the kids were too involved with socializing and their phones to be a good audience, but I didn’t insult them for not getting my jokes. I also didn’t say the students found me offensive; I noted the young woman in charge said I was. I discussed exactly what I thought the problem was: a hypersensitive institution unwilling to take a chance while pandering to sensitivity. That’s on the institution, not the students.

No child ever becomes who they are on their own. Someone raised Millennials and instilled quirks and sensitivities in them. It’s easy to make fun of them for getting participation ribbons and attaboys for doing nothing, but who hands those ribbons out? What parent first decided their precious child couldn’t take having hurt feelings, and why did the rest of society go along with that? Is it because latchkey kids became parents and didn’t want their kids to feel as unloved as they did? I don’t know, but I’m curious. Understanding the root cause of a problem should be more important than yelling at the end result.

I’d also say it is unfair to blame Millennials for the actions of a university, and here’s why: A few weeks after my disastrous college gig, I spent a weekend at The Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase. It’s a comedy club in, you guessed it, Ann Arbor, MI.

Ann Arbor is a college town, where the school and city intertwine. University means students, and students means Millennials. When young faces entered the comedy club before my first show, I grew slightly nervous. Not paranoid, but a smidge unsure of my abilities. After all, the last time I had been in front of members of their generation things hadn’t gone well.

Once on stage, I started slinging jokes and wave after wave of laughter washed over me. As they say in the business, “I destroyed.” After all four shows I left the stage overjoyed with the audience response to my nonsense. Members of Gen Y, Gen X, and Baby Boomer walked out of the showroom smiling and reaching for my hand; they all had a blast, and wanted to congratulate me on a job well done.

In those moments, I realized something simple: these people were at a comedy club. They came specifically to see comedy. They paid to see comedy. The students at my college show had shown up looking for something to do. Comedy was an afterthought, not their evening.

In my piece, I asked, “Are colleges destroying comedy?” The answer is no. Colleges may be hurting comedy on their own campuses, and by not allowing students to hear a variety of jokes and opinions they may be hurting that young person’s overall development, but they aren’t destroying comedy.

Comedy is doing just fine, and Millennials will laugh at funny when they make the conscious decision to step into a comedy venue and see it.

Maybe the best course of action isn’t to point fingers and blame an entire generation for how they were raised, but to confront the leaders of the PC movement. We know who they are, but I’m not going to name them here. Attention is their sustenance, and I will not offer them food of any sort. When they start their hashtag campaigns or social media assaults on comedy, however, I will mock them. I will mock, challenge, and call them out on their nonsense.

And I hope you’ll join me, whatever your age.

Nathan’s silliness can be found at www.nathantimmel.com

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Snoop Dogg, Mike Huckabee and Timbaland — Stop Hating on Caitlyn Jenner, Now!

Snoop, Timbaland and Drake Bell, I’m surprised by your insensitivity to Caitlyn Jenner. But Connor Cruise and Mike Huckabee, your ignorance about transgender people is majorly dismaying. Get educated before you say another cruel word.

Caitlyn Jenner’s Haters — Snoop Dogg, Mike Huckabee and Others… Stop!

Caitlyn Jenner is on a mission to help other transgender people by revealing her life-long struggle — and she’s no doubt not surprised by haters like presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, Tom Cruise’s son, Connor Cruise, Drake Bell, Snoop Dogg and Timabaland. Caitlyn had to realistically know that not everyone would be thrilled by the revelation that her true female self had been hidden inside the body of a man — an Olympic hero, no less — for 65 years.

That’s largely why she waited so long living a lie, and feeling lonely and alone with her secret. But now, it’s time for her dis-ers to get with Caitlyn’s program, and to no longer live in ignorance about what it is to be a transgender person, like 700,000 people in the United States. None of them, like Caitlyn Jenner, asked to be born as a transgender person.

As Jenner explained in an ABC interview with Diane Sawyer, she always had “the soul of a female.” Transgender people don’t choose or want to have the soul of one sex and the body of another — it makes for an extremely difficult life. And this has nothing to do with sex drive. “It’s apples and oranges,” Jenner explained to Diane Sawyer. “There’s two different things here. Sexuality is who you personally are attracted to — who turns you on. But gender identity has to do with who you are as a person and your soul and who you identify with inside.”

Transgender Hatred Needs To Cease — Now!

Now let’s be clear here — it’s just rude to call Caitlyn a “science project” like Snoop Dogg did on Instagram on June 3. And it’s extremely insensitive to tell Caitlyn and the other hundreds of thousands of transgender people that “there are so many more important things that should be talked about…and SO MANY MORE IMPORTANT PEOPLE that actually deserve an award,” like Connor Cruise did in a cruel Twitter rant. Connor was referring to the ESPY Arthur Ashe Courage Award, which Caitlyn will receive on July 15. Connor has no idea of what it’s like to be born into such a difficult life — having the soul of one gender and body of another.

As we see with both Connor and Mike Huckabee, there are huge prejudices against transgender people and that’s why it is so courageous to very publicly acknowledge being transgender, as Caitlyn has done. Sadly, 41 percent of transgender people have attempted suicide. Isn’t that a clear indication of how tough their lives are? Just last January, 17-year-old transgender girl Leelah Alcorn killed herself after her conservatively religious parents refused to accept that she wanted to transition.

Leelah left a suicide note on her Tumblr saying:

“Please don’t be sad, it’s for the better. The life I would’ve lived isn’t worth living in… because I’m transgender… I feel like a girl trapped in a boy’s body”.

Meanwhile, presidential candidate Mike Huckabee mocked transgender people in a speech last February, in which he laughingly said, “I wish that someone told me that when I was in high school that I could take showers in P.E. I’m pretty sure that I would have found my feminine side and said, ‘Coach, I think I’d rather shower with the girls today!'”

He also slammed cities for allowing transgender people to use public bathrooms. “Your 7-year-old daughter, if she goes into the restroom…can’t be offended if she’s greeted by a 42-year-old man who feels more like a woman than he does a man.” Huckabee clearly refuses to educate himself so that he understands that transgender people are not motivated by wanting to snoop on the other sex. That’s ridiculous!

Caitlyn Jenner’s Dissers Need To Educate Themselves

Huckabee should take a moment and read the words penned by Leelah in her suicide note:

My mom reacted extremely negatively telling me that it would be a phase, that I would never truly be a girl, that God doesn’t make mistakes… if you are reading this parents, please don’t tell this to your kids even if you are Christian or against transgender people…that won’t do anything but make them hate themself.

Mike Huckabee, it’s time to get off your pedestal and stop insulting transgender people. Drake Bell, Timbaland and Snoop: Stop making mean jokes, and Connor, get informed. Caitlyn is highly motivated to help improve the tortured lives and prevent the needless deaths of transgender people like Leelah. Misunderstanding transgender people and discrimination are real issuse, huge issues. It’s time to offer love, not hate.

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Portland Homeless Stop Lewd Behavior By Pushing Over Porta Potty

Porta Potties are disgusting enough to begin with, so seeing a man repeatedly expose himselffrom inside one while the door is open understandably made some witnesses quite touchy.

Confronted with just such a situation on Thursday in Portland, Oregon, a group of homeless people took matters into their own hands. They forced a man to stop pleasing himself in the public toilet by tipping over the can while the alleged defiler was inside, KATU TV reports.

Witnesses said they were disgusted by a 48-year-old homeless man who brazenly touched himself in the john.

(He) was flashing us over and over again, and we asked him multiple times and told him to stop and he wouldn’t,” a woman said, according to Willamette Week.

Finally, somebody suggested toppling the toilet might be just the way to get the masturbating man to come around to their position against misusing the facilities.

The incident was immortalized on a cellphone video.

It worked. The grabby guy was covered in fecal matter when Portland Fire and Rescue crews arrived to free him, according to KOMONews.com.

Other than being covered in poop, the man was uninjured, KOIN.com reports.

Sgt. Willie Halliburton told the station the masturbator would not be cited for his actions.

“I think justice has been done,” he said. “I’m not going to cite him or anything. I’m just going to give him a stern warning.”

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Carnegie Mellon Students Create Interactive Graphic Novel To Teach How To Stop Sexual Assault

A class at Carnegie Mellon University has created an interactive graphic novel aimed at helping students better understand how to spot warning signs and intervene to stop sexual assault in real social situations.

The online game, “Decisions that Matter,” walks users through various scenarios on campus. Your character might experience catcalling, notice someone being groped by a friend or go to a party where a sexual assault may or may not take place, depending on the choices you make. The game is meant to provide a better way for students to understand how an approach called “bystander intervention” actually works.

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The class’ goal was to create something students wouldn’t “roll their eyes” at, unlike some other products on the market.

“We think this is really different — a welcome experience — that makes people want to think harder about it,” said Andy Norman, an adjunct faculty member in CMU’s philosophy department.

“One of the things I first said when they came to me,” said Jessica Klein, CMU’s coordinator of gender programs and sexual violence prevention, “I said, ‘I am so tired of these cheesy products with these standard stock photos of white people in a business setting.’ It’s so not relatable.”

In fact, the students are so pleased with their project, they’re offering it for free to other colleges to use in their freshman orientation programs. Klein said her office is discussing how they’ll incorporate it into their own schoolwide efforts. One possibility is that the school will hold small group sessions, perhaps within a fraternity or led by a resident adviser, where students can play through the game and then discuss it.

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The interdisciplinary project course is designed to combine social sciences with technology in ways that address actual issues in society. The class, part of CMU’s Entertainment Technology Center, went through 30 revisions of the game’s script and play-tested the results. Students were trying to guard against elements “that sounded corny or sounded too preachy, or [where] the point was too obvious,” Norman said.

“They worked very hard to make sure the story is not predictable and the answers you are expected to give are not predictable,” he explained.

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Savannah Badalich, a student at the University of California, Los Angeles, noted with approval that the game includes “a diverse group of students saying things students would actually say.”

“I love that it covers sexual harassment, and in a real setting off the bat,” said Badalich, who founded the anti-rape group 7000 In Solidarity at UCLA. Sexual harassment is one of the hardest things to explain to students, she said — especially certain ideas, like how catcalling is actually harassment.

Badalich added that she hopes “Decisions that Matter” will eventually also incorporate stalking, intimate partner violence and LGBTQ relationships.

If the game doesn’t address those issues, then it “erases the experiences of LGBTQ survivors and male survivors,” said Tracey Vitchers, chair of the nonprofit advocacy group Students Active for Ending Rape.

“Other problematic aspects of ‘Decisions that Matter’ have to do with the positioning of the characters themselves,” Vitchers told The Huffington Post. “[Character] Natalie is positioned as having very little agency, which reinforces negative stereotypes about survivors and/or potential survivors. And Luke, her love interest, is positioned as an unintentional aggressor who simply doesn’t understand that what he is doing is wrong.”

Vitchers said she’s not a fan of most other products on the market, usually in the form of apps, that claim to offer a way for potential victims to stop attacks. While she agrees that bystander intervention can help create a community emphasis on stopping rape, Vitchers said she’s worried colleges will focus too much on these approaches at the expense of discussing consent.

But Klein hopes the game will help reach people who do not think they’re capable of perpetrating this type of violence, as well as people who might intervene in a situation.

“It’s so easy for people to say, ‘Well, I wouldn’t have gone to that place in the first place,’ and that’s so victim-blaming,” Klein said. “You don’t know what you would do unless you’re actually in that situation. [In this game], you’re confronting what you actually might do in that situation.”

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Gina Rodriguez Shares ‘The Only Way To Stop Stereotypes’ In Hollywood

It’s no secret that Gina Rodriguez is an advocate for authentic portrayals of minorities in Hollywood. And for the 30-year-old “Jane The Virgin” star, the power to change the industry largely lies in the hands of actors.

As part of The Hollywood Reporter’s recent comedy actress roundtable, Rodriguez joined Lena Dunham (“Girls”), Amy Schumer (“Inside Amy Schumer”), Ellie Kemper (“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”), Tracee Ellis Ross (“Black-ish”) and Kate Mckinnon (“Saturday Night Live”). Both Rodriguez and Ross were vocal about the lack of roles in the industry for actresses of color.

When Ross asked the “Jane The Virgin” actress about her experience auditioning in Hollywood, Rodriguez said she makes it a point to avoid parts that rely on stereotypes.

“I remove myself instantly if something’s perpetuating a stereotype,” Rodriguez told THR. “But the only way to stop stereotypes is to say, ‘I’m going to wait for a journey that suits me.’”

“When you compromise, you don’t do your best work,” she added. “You’re only left with your integrity. You can’t take those Jimmy Choos with you!”

The Golden Globe-winning actress said Hollywood’s issue is one of being out of touch with other cultures rather than “hard-core racism.”

She added that it’s useful to show industry executives the financial benefits of diversity — pointing to the success of recent TV shows — rather than vilifying people.

It’s not the first time the Chicago native has spoken about the importance of choosing roles that align with her morals. After her critically acclaimed performance in the indie film “Filly Brown,” Rodriguez, who is of Puerto Rican descent, passed on an opportunity to star in Lifetime’s “Devious Maids” because she was waiting for a role that would shake up the portrayal of Latinos in Hollywood.

The actress opened up to The Huffington Post before the “Jane The Virgin” premiere last fall about turning down such a big opportunity.

“I didn’t choose ‘Jane’ over ‘Devious Maids,’ I just decided to pass on ‘Devious Maids,’ and that was two years ago,” Rodriguez said. “That was way before I knew ‘Jane’ even existed, but I knew that you practice what you preach and sometimes that comes with sacrifices you wish you didn’t have to make. There were times when I was like, ‘Why am I pulled so strongly to be a voice, to not keep my mouth shut? Why can’t I just keep my mouth shut, take the job, take the money and walk like everyone else?’ Because it’s scary. You’re afraid people are not going to want to work with you. You’re afraid people are going to think things about you for speaking up.”

“But if I don’t do it, then what? I’m going to just keep wanting somebody else to? If I don’t speak up, I’m just going to what? Sit around and complain and hope that somebody else will? No. I wasn’t raised like that,” she continued.

“If I want change, then I’ve got to do it. And if I want to do it, I’ve got to be that change. And that takes sacrifices that sometimes don’t pay the bills, you know?” she said. “And I’m OK with that.”

Watch more comments from Rodriguez in the THR video, and read the comedy actresses’ entire conversation at The Hollywood Reporter’s website.

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This Music Festival Knows It Can’t Stop People From Doing Drugs, So It’s Trying To Keep Them Safe Instead

The upcoming Lightning in a Bottle Music Festival, which starts Thursday in Bradley, California, is a drug-free event. But rather than pretend this label and any effort to enforce it will create a drug-repellant force field around the festival, organizers say they’re preparing for the inevitable: They know some drugs will find their way through security and into people’s bodies, so they’re offering a host of resources to help minimize the potential negative effects on users.

As part of this effort, Lightning in a Bottle and its coordinators at the Do Lab are partnering with two groups, DanceSafe — a health organization that focuses on harm reduction and education at music festivals and nightlife venues — and the Zendo Project — a program sponsored by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies that offers help to anyone going through a difficult experience while on psychedelic drugs.

Part of DanceSafe’s operation involves providing a judgment-free space to proactively address drug dangers before they emerge. The group believes educating people about potential problem signs associated with recreational drug use — often simple things like heat stroke, dehydration and even hyponatremia, a life-threatening condition brought on by drinking too much water — will help users seek treatment earlier rather than later. DanceSafe also offers condoms, earplugs, free water and an open line of communication to anyone who wants to talk about how they can make sure their good time doesn’t become a bad time.

Meanwhile, the Zendo Project offers what Stefanie Jones, nightlife community engagement manager for Drug Policy Alliance, a progressive nonprofit that advocates for drug policy reform, referred to as “mental health services” for people on psychedelic drugs. Anyone who may find themselves confused, upset, uncomfortable or in need of help anywhere else along their psychedelic trip can turn to one of the project’s trained therapists.

DanceSafe has also made a name for itself by offering on-site drug checking, which tells users which substances they actually have and how to use them responsibly. Jones told The Huffington Post that these services will not be available at Lightning in a Bottle due to concerns that organizers could be prosecuted under a federal law that prohibits the “maintaining of a drug-involved premise.”

Music festivals have attracted scrutiny in recent years following a spate of drug overdoses and drug-related deaths. With the growth of cheaper and ever-changing synthetic substances, the music festival drug market — where baggies of different colored powders and pills are often passed between strangers in porta-potties — is only getting harder and more risky to navigate.

Last year, a documentary filmmaker followed a group that offered drug testing services at popular festivals and found that 100 percent of the people who came to them thinking they had MDMA, also called “molly” or “ecstasy,” actually had bath salts, a term that has come to refer to any of a number of popular synthetic drugs. They also found examples of drugs being cut with powerful or dangerous adulterants that would almost certainly change a user’s predicted experience.

While these trends are frightening, they don’t mean fewer people are experimenting with drugs at festivals. This has led to some differing opinions on how to approach the problem.

In New York, the popular electronic music festival Electric Zoo rebooted in 2014, a year after two drug-related deaths made national headlines and forced the event to shut down a day early. Hoping to avoid another death or PR disaster, organizers opted for an enforcement-first approach. Here’s how Billboard described the scene:

In an effort to prevent against casualties, the festival has overcorrected and made widely known its use of high-tech cameras, drug-sniffing dogs and ramped-up security. The substance checkpoints are more thorough, requiring attendees to remove shoes, and cops — both in uniform and undercover — seemed to almost outnumber the fans.

Festival-goers were also required to watch an anti-drug PSA before attending, and organizers dispatched a group of medical students called “Zookeepers” to help with any emerging issues.

In past years, Lightning in a Bottle has also been targeted by intense drug enforcement activity. In 2013, when the event was held in Temecula, California, undercover officers arrested 58 people for drug-related offenses. Many of the suspects claimed they were coerced into selling drugs and accused officers of calling them “hippies” and “brain-dead retards.”

Organizers at Lightning in a Bottle have limited control over how law enforcement chooses to get involved with their event, but they are being more vocal than in years past about their harm-reduction policies.

While DanceSafe has been present at Lightning in a Bottle since 2013 and the Zendo Project joined last year, the festival is making a greater effort this time around to let attendees know that these services are available. They’ve built a “harm reduction” section into the festival’s official code of conduct and, according to DPA, will link to the page in a newsletter they send to attendees. The Zendo Project has also scheduled a basic training on Friday to tell attendees about its services.

After the festival ends, organizers will coordinate with Mutual Aid Response Services, a risk management consulting company, to evaluate the effectiveness of the services and the efforts to promote them, and to determine ways to better integrate these approaches into future events.

Harm reduction is one of many issues being championed by Lightning in a Bottle, which, according to its website, include encouraging people to think hard about whether they should wear a Native American headdress to the festival. To anyone coming from Coachella, the answer is no.

Jones said Lightning in a Bottle is one of the first festivals to get on board with DPA’s push to encourage groups to take more pragmatic approaches to drug use. A guide released by the group lays out the essential considerations and strategies for anyone planning a large-scale event.

And while Jones admitted there is still work to do to break the stigma surrounding drug use — including allowing for on-site drug checking so people can make sure they’re not about to eat rat poison — she praised Lightning in a Bottle for taking such an open and comprehensive stance to harm reduction.

“What they’re doing is a heroic,” Jones said. “They’re making every effort in a tough environment to keep their attendees safe.”

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Chris Rock: I Won’t Be Alive To See Cops Stop Killing Black Kids

In support of the UK premiere of his flick, “Top Five,” comedian-actor Chris Rock conducted an interview with The Guardian, in which he shared his thoughts on everything from Hollywood’s ongoing diversity issues to Barack Obama’s presidency and police violence against black men in America.

During the interview Rock, who was pulled over by police on three separate occasions over the span of seven weeks, went on to reveal his feelings on America’s string of fatal police encounters.

It’s not that it’s gotten worse, it’s just that it’s part of the 24-hour news cycle. What’s weird is that it never happens to white kids. There’s no evidence that white youngsters are any less belligerent, you know? We can go to any Wall Street bar and they are way bigger assholes than in any other black bar. But will I see cops stop shooting black kids in my lifetime? Probably not.

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5 Tips About How to Stop Thinking Like a Starving Artist

Most of my life I believed that if I went after a creative career I would struggle financially. It was deeply ingrained in my belief system. I would think about phrases like “poor starving artist” and “feast and famine are part of an artist’s life”. It was a nonsensical belief system that was very damaging to my motivation. I literally believed all artists or creative’s had a hard time.

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I also felt like if I enjoyed my work and my creative projects, somehow I shouldn’t be paid properly or at all. Because I get joy from design, writing and art it used to be hard to expect actual money from being creative. Some people don’t value the arts as much as others. I have found a wide range of appreciation towards artistic projects from other people. Many people I have met have a great appreciation for design, writing and paintings. Other people I have met don’t value it at all. So as you can see the attitude and value is very different depending on the person viewing the work. How you value your own work is the most important part when getting over old crappy belief systems. You must believe you are good enough and talented enough. The rest falls into place with more confidence each step of the way.

My second belief deeply ingrained in me was if people thought I was creative they did not think I was business savvy. So I had a silly thought that I could not be creative and business smart at the same time. I held onto this conflict for most of my life. I am now 38 and realized a couple of years ago that I needed to change my inner thoughts around creativity, business and art. My life and business changed drastically, once I switched my thinking around.

1. Find some audio tapes so you can replace your belief system around feeling like a starving artist.
Start listening to people, podcasts and audio that speak highly of creativity and art. Invite people into your life that respect and admire your work. Focus on telling yourself the opposite of what you believe about money and creativity. I personally found I had to completely change my way of thinking around my work and what I have to offer the world. It took serious focus and quite of bit of time listening to other positive words around the subject. Audio tapes about positive thinking, business and art became my new best friends.

2. Make more art!
I say F**k what other people think. Don’t be shy, don’t hold yourself back, and don’t stop being you creatively because you are afraid. The more you feel inhibited, do the opposite and jump into your creative side, go for it. Use the fear like it is oil to fire. Be stubborn and keep creating!

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3. Read more about what you feel afraid to learn, or think you can’t learn.
I felt uncomfortable around selling and marketing my own creations. So I switched my thinking and read as much business and marketing books I could possibly get my hands on. I hated this thought at first because all I wanted to do was design, draw, sketch, paint and write! It felt awful at first but once I took control, I felt so much better. The best part was, I felt more confident about my work in every way, including business. As soon as I faced my fears, I started earning more money for my creative efforts. The results felt instant!

4. Vulnerability brings great lessons in life.
Being vulnerable with your art, writing and creativity can be a huge step for some, including me. I always shied away from truly putting myself in front of people. I really disliked the feeling of possibly being rejected or feeling judged. I decided that my vulnerability was just what I needed to go forward. Nowadays if I feel vulnerable I take it as a sign that I need to do more of it. The rebel side of me comes out and I just make the leap into the unknown and see what happens. Feeling rejected is all part of the process. Of course we are going to get rejected sometimes but you can’t get a big fat “yes” if you don’t try. Trust me, the uncomfortable feelings soften and become less of an issue, the more you simmer with your own vulnerability.

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5. Hide out for awhile and stop any outside influences from interrupting your change of thinking.
Changing how you perceive something takes time. You may need to back away from friends or family for a little while, until you get grounded on your new way of looking at creativity. For me, if I honor my ideas by executing them and being true to myself I then value my work in a much higher regard. Taking yourself seriously and working hard, can increase your creativity and trusting the process can open up opportunities as if by magic.

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Inspiring 8-Year-Old Won’t Let A Tragic Accident Stop Her From Dancing

Alissa Sizemore was playing outside with her siblings one night in May 2014 when a UPS truck ran over her right leg. According to KSL.com, the 7-year-old’s foot couldn’t be saved.

At the time, Alissa’s dance teacher told the local news outlet, “She’ll dance again.” Mom Heather Sizemore recalls Alissa’s determination to do so. When the mom took Alissa’s sisters to their dance studio last summer for dance team placements, the little girl handed her mom her crutches and started to dance. “She hopped to the middle of the room and gave it her all. She wasn’t going to let anybody hold her back,” Heather told PEOPLE.

Members of the dancer’s hometown raised enough money for the little girl to get a prosthetic leg in September 2014 — a big contribution came from an 11-year-old girl who sold her prize pig to donate $ 10,000 to the Sizemore family. After receiving the limb, Alissa started rehearsing for her dance studio’s recital.

“Dancing has been my favorite thing since I was 4. I don’t have part of my leg, but I can’t let that stop me. I still want to dance,” Alissa told PEOPLE.

In late February, the now 8-year-old took the stage to perform a beautiful and inspiring routine to Colbie Caillat’s “Try,” and received a standing ovation.

Watch her performance above, and head over to PEOPLE to read more about Alissa.

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Spurs stop OKC’s streak with 39-point rout

Tony Parker had 21 points and six assists, and the San Antonio Spurs stopped Oklahoma City’s four-game winning streak with a runaway 130-91 victory over the Thunder on Wednesday night.
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Have Mercy and Stop With All the Puntastic 50 Shades of Grey Titles

Banana.
Hippopotamus.
Pineapple.
Habenero.

Whatever the safe word is, make it all stop.

It’s bad enough these books reside on the toilet tank of every grandma in the continental U.S., resulting in millions of awkward conversations on Thanksgiving afternoon about how Scoutmasters in the 1970s knew all the best knots, but every few minutes, there’s a new lifestyle blog post directly applying a 50 Shades purple-nurple to the sensitive part of our brains, and we, the reading public, can’t take it anymore.

We’re talking to you, regional falconry magazine and 50 Shades of Prey. And you, culinary blogger with 50 Blades of Bobby Flay. To the farm-themed Tumblrs touting 50 Sheds of Hay, the gossip rags with 50 Shades of Queen Bey and the bodybuilding articles offering 50 Shades of Whey, have mercy on us. Music blogs and 50 Fades of Dr. Dre? We can’t even.

Hey, P.T.O. newsletter featuring 50 Grades of Mrs. Barclay, those third graders know what you’re talking about, that’s why Jordan keeps tying his classmates to the merry-go-round during recess. And 50 Tirades about Santa’s Sleigh? Someone received coal instead of a ball gag at Christmas.

Hey, grandma, we love you, but please stop posting your latest adventures on Facebook. One click on 50 Shades of Grand Mistress May can undo a lifetime of cookies, especially if we see the leather outfit you wore while baking them.

To all the puntastic editors, bored headline scribes and overenthusiastic web article writers who secretly read a disturbing amount of vampire-based bondage fanfiction: this isn’t clever wordplay and social media relevance silk tied up in a bow, it’s Geneva Convention-level, mind-fracking. You’re all up in our headspace, and we are sincerely missing the days when the only numeric sexual reference was 69, because at least that didn’t show up on morning talk shows with giggles and rope.

So, please, pretty please with nipple clamps on top, cut out all the twisty Sebastian Grey references. Otherwise, we’re going all 50 Shades of Amal Clooney on your ass.
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Bulls stop Warriors in OT; home streak over

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21 Things To Stop Giving A Shit About In 2015

As we enter a new year, there are many things to keep in mind: mantras to live by, resolutions to make, new goals to set. But January is also a great time to take stock of the things we’re wasting time, energy and stress on, and to, in the oft-quoted words of Elsa from “Frozen”: “Let it go.”

Below are 21 things we are going to stop giving a shit about in 2015. What would you add?

1. Juice cleanses. Let’s call a spade a spade and acknowledge that cleansing is less about health than about quick weight loss — and if that’s really your goal, there are healthier, longer-lasting ways to go about it. Solid foods FTW.

2. Wearing matching socks. One day we may find the land of lost single socks. But today is not that day.

3. Making plans with people you don’t actually want to see, to do things you don’t want to do. Obligation relationships aren’t good for anyone. And even if someone you adore is inviting you out, if you’d rather eat your own hand than go clubbing, it’s probably best to just say no.

4. People who don’t understand why Queen Bey’s feminism is important. Bye, haters.

5. Worrying about finding “the one.” More doing fun things, less stressing about one’s single status.

6. Breaking the Internet. If it ain’t broke, why break it?

7. Getting tons of “likes” on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram. Better to ‘gram your avocado toast and sunsets for your own enjoyment, “likes” be damned.

8. Anything “Princeton Mom” says. Single ladies don’t need her brand of “straight talk.” Neither do rape survivors, or any other women, for that matter.

9. FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out). We’d rather focus on truly enjoying the things we are doing.

10. Being embarrassed about wearing yoga pants in public. Look, they’re comfy.

11. Losing that last five pounds. So many things taste better than skinny feels.

12. Wearing shoes that aren’t comfortable. Hobbling around in pain makes any experience about 100x less pleasant.

13. Worrying that a romantic relationship doesn’t check all the boxes on every “179,000 Ways To Know You’re In The Right Relationship” list on the Internet.

14. Feeling guilty about going to bed early. True love means never having to apologize for your REM cycles.

15. Feeling guilty about staying in bed late on a weekend day. Clearly, we just really love sleep.

16. Not “putting yourself out there” in ways that your (well-meaning) friends and family think you should be. If there’s something truly worth “getting out” for, you’ll be motivated.

17. Eating gluten-free. Unless, of course, you are actually allergic to gluten.

18. Planning something *~#epic~* for every birthday. Embrace simplicity. Day drinking at a bar or BBQing at a park can be just as fun (if not more fun) than having an expensive 28-person dinner followed by five other complicated activities.

19. Walking more Fitbit steps each day than your Fitbit “friends.” Exercise is wonderful for your physical and mental health. We’d rather use that as the motivation than competing with or “beating” our friends.

20. People who don’t give a shit about you. Again… bye, haters.

21. Trying to make everyone happy all of the time. Do what you can, and forgive yourself the rest. And perhaps take some time to focus on making yourself happy.

Happy 2015, y’all!
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15 Damaging Myths About Life We Should All Stop Believing

1. There is a single definition of success.

And it involves an established career, large house, acceptable body shape, marriage and annual holidays.

Everyone has their own path to walk in this life, and what brings true meaning and deep fulfillment differs for all of us.

Let go of your need to fit to the status quo. Live, work, date, play, create, travel, eat, drink, move, laugh and sing in ways that feel right with your soul. That is true success.

2. Life is meant to be hard work.

Life is meant to be easy, beautiful and overflowing with moments of joy and bliss.

The more you listen to your soul and build a life that’s true to you, the more your actions will feel completely natural and effortless.

If life is a constant struggle, you’re running on empty and you dread Mondays, it’s time to take an honest look at your life — in a loving way.

3. Life happens to us.

Where you are now is a result of the choices you made in the past. Where you will be in the future is a result of the choices you are making right now.

You are an active participant in the creation of your life. So embrace your power as a creator, and start choosing thoughts, words and actions that make a positive impact and will come back to you in a million magnificent, beautiful, jaw-dropping ways.

4. There is such a thing as normal, and we should measure ourselves against it.

There is no such thing as a normal human, but there is such a thing as a “normal” you — where you’re completely yourself, you love yourself deeply and you think and act in ways that feel aligned with your soul.

Let your internal compass be your only point of reference.

5. There is an “us” and a “them.”

We draw a line around our social and family circles, keeping out everyone who doesn’t fit neatly within our definition of normal, interesting or worthwhile.

While everyone has vastly different aptitudes, passions and quirks, everyone also has the same light within them. The light within you is the same light within me, within the stranger on the bus, and within anyone you consider your enemy.

6. We have to compete for limited resources.

Life is meant to be abundant and limitless. We create scarcity by believing in it, instead of focusing our efforts on creating, giving and contributing our gift to help humankind reach its highest potential.

Relax and feel it deep within your heart that you will always be provided for.

7. Happiness comes from external things.

We pin our happiness on external things like our appearance, bank balance, job title, travel plans, possessions and the opinions of others — and then suffer as a result.

True, sustainable happiness comes from within — by cultivating a mindset based on gratitude, mindfulness and acceptance.

8. Holding grudges is a natural part of life.

When we feel that someone has “wronged” us, we cling to the memory and carry it around with us for weeks or sometimes years. What we fail to realize is that we are holding ourselves hostage, not just the perceived wrong-doer.

The Buddha once said, “Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.

Make forgiveness your new motto and see how much freer and lighter your soul feels.

9. There is something wrong with us.

We are plagued by feelings of inadequateness and worthlessness, postponing self-acceptance and self-love until a day in the future when we’re thinner, wealthier, more confident and more popular.

You are perfect and complete exactly as you are. Even when you are striving to improve and grow, you are complete. As the Buddhist saying goes, “We are all perfect as we are, and we could all use a little work.”

10. It matters what other people think of us.

We give away so much of our energy, power and inner peace by worrying about what others think of us.

The truth is we can’t ever know for certain what other people are thinking about us. So when your ego starts to fill you with doubt and fear, remember it’s a fictional story.

11. We see things how they really are.

How we experience the world is heavily influenced by our beliefs and past experiences.

Our subconscious mind chooses pieces of information to serve to our conscious mind based on what we’ve programmed it to look for. Identify your dominant beliefs and replace the ones that aren’t serving you.

12. Meditation is something people do on a cushion at sunrise.

You can meditate and be mindful all throughout the day as you go about your life.

Pause and feel the weight of your body in your seat, the feeling of the fabric against your skin, and the slight sensation of the air on your face.

Take a few deep breaths and let your whole being relax. Scan your body up and down for sensations, simply observing, without making any judgments.

13. When we give something, we lose something.

Giving and receiving are one in truth. When you give to someone with no strings attached — whether it be a physical gift, a compliment or your time — you are nourished as well as the receiver.

Not only do you experience sensations of satisfaction and joy, but your karma will bring more blessings and gifts back into your life.

14. We have to logically figure everything out.

We’ve been taught to trust our minds but not our intuition or inner voice of guidance.

When you’re grappling with a problem or lacking clarity, learn to lean into your soul and trust the wisdom it provides to you — often in the form of a gut feeling, serendipitous sign or a spontaneous “aha!” moment.

15. We need to be more realistic.

Many people think that daily happiness and joy is an unrealistic goal, and we should be more realistic.

Happiness is THE ultimate goal of our lives, and it is both worthwhile and attainable.

Understand your purpose is to blossom into the highest, happiest version of you and let go of any guilt you feel for making your happiness a priority.

Elyse is the founder of NotesOnBliss.com, your guidebook to happiness and creating a beautiful life, and the creator of the Beautiful Life Bootcamp 6-week eCourse. For free tips and inspiration, sign up now.
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God Told David Oyelowo He Would Play Martin Luther King, But He Didn’t Stop There

David Oyelowo hasn’t been shy about discussing how God spoke to him in 2007 and said the actor would eventually play Martin Luther King Jr. in what would become “Selma.”

“The reason I’m talking about that is because I’m as shocked as anyone else may be that this British guy is playing Martin Luther King,” Oyelowo, who was born in England, said during a recent interview. “Certainly back then, in 2007, I had done none of the movies people have now seen me do now.”

At the time, Oyelowo — who has since starred in “Lee Daniels’ The Butler,” “Jack Reacher,” “The Help” and “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” — was a relative unknown. But it was another obstacle separating him from King that proved more difficult to overcome: Stephen Frears. Back then, the director was attached to “Selma” and didn’t think Oyelowo was right for the part. In the ensuing seven years, however, Frears left and multiple directors nearly stepped into his place (including Spike Lee and Paul Haggis). In 2010, Lee Daniels came onboard and, after working with Oyelowo on”Lee Daniels’ The Butler,” cast the actor as King. The tumultuous development process didn’t end there: Daniels dropped out because of scheduling conflicts. That’s when Oyelowo suggested another former collaborator: Ava DuVernay, with whom Oyelowo had made the 2012 indie film “Middle of Nowhere.”

“There was so much faith that had to be employed that this thing was going to happen,” Oyelowo said. “Virtually every day between that moment [when God spoke] to me and now, I did everything I could to make this thing happen.”

Now that it has, Oyelowo has received the best reviews of his career for playing King. The performance earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama, and it has Oyelowo in the middle of a crowded group of contenders vying for an Oscar nomination. “Selma,” meanwhile, stands as one of the year’s best films, a timely and insightful drama that says as much about Martin Luther King’s struggle to get equal voting rights in 1965 as it does about the Millions March in 2014.

Oyelowo spoke to HuffPost Entertainment about “Selma,” working with DuVernay and what it was like to meet King’s children.

You’ve talked about hearing a higher calling to play this role all the way back in 2007. Does that kind of connection with God extend through the production as well?
What I couldn’t have anticipated is how much I needed, to be perfectly frank, God’s help in the playing of it. Not least because this was a man of God. This was someone, if you’ve seen him giving those speeches, there is something flowing through him other than himself. He is flowing in his anointing. I needed that. I like to think of myself as a good actor, but Martin Luther King, I ain’t! If you’re going to go and shoot in Atlanta, in a historical church, with 500 people who are from Atlanta, you need a little help from above. So I definitely felt I had that.

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During that seven year period from when you first read the script and now, was playing Dr. King something you thought about every day, or is that impossible?
The first thing I can say to you is that it’s very possible to think about playing Martin Luther King every single day for seven years. I’m living evidence of that. There is never going to be a time in your life as an actor where you’re going to go, “Oh yeah, I’m ready to play Dr. King now.” But between doing the work in quiet and then, the films that presented themselves to me, I prepared. Playing a Union solider in “Lincoln,” playing a preacher in “The Help,” playing a black fighter pilot in “Red Tails,” playing the son of a butler in “Lee Daniels’ The Butler,” who is in the Freedom Riders and becomes a Black Panther: these were all films in which I had to go study the history. Inevitably they were part of what informed playing Dr. King. Now, were they opportunities that were divinely presented to me or was I just continually drawn to that material because of what was going on in my head? That I can’t really say. But I do know that so many different aspects of my life went into what you see in the film. Plus, I was now the age Dr. King was when these things happened in his life. When I first read the script, I had two kids; when we shot it, I had four kids, like he did. There were so many things I matured into by the time I played the role.

Dr. King is, relatively speaking, a young man during the events of “Selma,” but he looks 10-15 years older than his actual age. How did you manage the physical transformation this role required?
Again, we’re back to the spiritual side of things. People like to talk about the weight gain and the voice, but that’s what we do as actors; that’s the first rung of what you need to do if you’re going to play someone like this. But it was the emotional and spiritual weight of what this man did and had to go through that was tough. At that stage in his life, to have spent 10 years under threat — and not only his life, but his kids’ lives, his wife’s life. Having all these people depend on him. Being a voice for the voiceless. Being someone who has seen people die because of this cause. And not just because racist people have killed them, but because he went to places where he tried to have racists act out in front of the cameras, and then people get hurt. In Selma, people died. That weighs on you. If you’re mentally placing yourself in that space, it does something to you physically. When I watch him, you can see there is a burden. You can see that he looks and feels older than he was. He was 36 at this stage. That is crazy. That had to be one of the things I tried to bring to it.

You recommended Ava to direct this film. Having worked with her on “Middle of Nowhere,” what surprised you about her transition to this kind of bigger material?
When we worked together on “Middle Of Nowhere” I saw her talent is undeniable. One of the privileges I’ve had in doing some of those films I mentioned is working with Steven Spielberg and other incredible directors. I was on the set with Ava, and she is just as good. I think the unique thing about her — and what she brought to “Selma” that was so incredible — was the ease with which she went into a film that was 100 times the budget of the last thing she had done. There were so many more people, so many more elements, it was much bigger in size, but she never panicked. She never shouted. She never threw a chair. She never compromised her vision. That went through the post-production side of things as well. To be a visionary, you have to be single minded. She has that without being, to be perfectly honest, an unpleasant person. That’s very rare! Often being single-minded is combined with being a bit of a nightmare to be around. She’s just not that.

It’s impossible to discuss “Selma” without mentioning how timely it is in its scenes of protest and police brutality. How do you think “Selma” fits in with the events that have occurred over the last month?
Well, we’re back to the divide, aren’t we? If you were ever going to have a moment in time when this film should come out in the 50 years since these events happened, it would be now. Not only would it be now, it would be now now. It would be this month. We would be having this conversation today. You can’t tell me between everything we’ve discussed already to when the film is being released to the fact that it’s a black woman who has made this — just in terms of where we are in history and how beautiful a thing that is — that it’s not divine timing. Whether you believe in that stuff or not, I truly believe the reason why this film is so pertinent for right now is that it shows this isn’t the first time. It shows that we are not a new generation for this and also how it was successfully dealt with. Peaceful protest. Strategy. Using the power of the image to bring the world together. That’s what happened in a sense.

Ferguson, I feel, was deemed a “black problem.” Eric Garner became an American problem. That’s the power of the image. Seeing him murdered onscreen has been the thing that has brought America and the world together to protest. Seeing Bloody Sunday on the Edmund Pettus Bridge is what brought the nation together, black and white, in 1965. The difference is that was about voting rights, and this is about police reform. There had to be federal intervention with voting rights; the federal government is stalling on intervening on this, to bring in independent bodies to police the police. It’s just clear that’s what is needed. No matter what they say about how difficult that is because it’s states’ rights. It was states’ rights with voting. It’s crazy how similar it is.

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“Selma” cast wears “I Can’t Breathe” t-shirts to protest the death of Eric Garner at the New York Public Library on Dec. 14, 2014

Did you get to meet anyone close to Dr. King in preparation for the role?
I met every one of his children and spoke with them. I actually became quite friendly with Dexter Scott King, his second son. I met Martin Luther King III. I actually didn’t meet Bernice King until the Friday before we were going to start shooting. I bumped into her at the King Center, if you would believe it — again, the divine! I was with a group of the actors who were going to be in the film, and she went up to everyone, deliberately leaving me to last. “So, who you playing?” she said. I was like, “Oh. My. Lord.” Dr. King’s voice is pretty deep, but I was like, in a high-pitched voice, “I’m going to be playing your daddy.” It was as bad as it could be. But by the time we finished our conversation, she ended up praying with me and giving me her blessing to play her dad. She and her elder brother saw the film recently and were very complimentary about it. She said mine is the best interpretation of her dad she’s seen. I will take it.

After seven years of having this role in your life, did you feel any letdown or hangover after you moved on to the next job?
There was no letdown. I was very happy to let this guy go. I wouldn’t say it was a burden, because I felt so privileged to do it, but there were moments where it was a real crossover. I stayed in character for the three months we were doing this. I, for one second, wouldn’t say I was him for that time, but I felt a little bit of what it may have been like. Just because you have to take it on. He lived through 13 years of that. I was very happy to walk away. I tell you that much.

This interview has been edited and condensed.
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Hey, Ladies, This Conservative Blogger Wants You To Stop ‘Destroying Your Husband’

A piece about how to stop destroying your husband and your marriage has elicited plenty of attention this week, with some slamming the advice as completely antiquated. Although author Katelyn Carmen told The Huffington Post that she can acknowledge a difference in opinion when it comes to what makes a marriage work, she’s sticking to hers.

Carmen’s article — which appeared on FamilyShare.com, a conservative website dedicated to helping men and women strengthen their marriages and families — lists “five destructive things” she says will ultimately ruin a woman’s relationship with her husband and offers tips for keeping the man happy. According to her advice, a woman should live within her spouse’s means, never complain, always put her husband first and use sex as a “sacred tool” and never withhold it.

On the subject of never complaining, she writes:

Wives, show sincere appreciation and respect to your husband by carefully following a budget and making the most of what you have. Be wise about your finances.

Constantly complaining about not having enough to fulfill your lavish desires or racking up astronomical amounts of debt on your credit card is a poor way of saying “thank you” to a faithful spouse who works hard every day to provide for the family.

And when it comes to sex, Carmen doesn’t really care if you’re in the mood.

It is a great blessing to be wanted and needed by a loving, romantic husband who wants to share something so beautiful and important with you — and you only. Even though you might not always be in the mood, it’s worth it to give in (when you can) and spend that time bonding.

The article went viral, and while some praised her tips on Facebook, others weren’t exactly thrilled with what she had to say.

“It turns out that while I’ve spent all these years trying to make us happy, I should have been worried about making him happy. Why? I don’t know. Because penis, I guess,” Meredith Bland wrote on Mommyish.

And Hemavathy DM Suppiah mockingly rephrased Carmen’s words on MyLaunchpad. On Carmen’s point about sex, she writes:

Men, susceptible creatures that they are, need lots and lots of physical affection. They cannot live without it and if you neglect your wifely duties, then he’s just going to go elsewhere, and you’ll be a bad, bad wife. Seriously, they’ll give you a trophy.

Never mind if you don’t feel well, or you’re tired, or just not in the mood, your husband’s needs surmount yours (refer to point no. 3) and it is your duty to give him all the pleasure he wants and needs.

When asked about the backlash, Carmen told The Huffington Post: “Some of the strongest emotions we experience as humans come from our relationships with the people we love. Strengthening our marriages and families should be two topics that people think about every day, but people don’t always agree on how that should be done.”

“The advice I gave in this article was influenced by a variety of sources,” she went on to say, “including my college studies and research — I minored in marriage and family studies — family therapists who contribute content to the site, my own marriage and advice from couples I know who’ve have had long, successful marriages.”

Though the beginning of Carmen’s FamilyShare.com article noted that her tips can also apply to men, she told HuffPost that an article will be coming out next week with advice specifically for men.

“Marriage is a partnership. My advice is just as important and relevant to men –- and we publish advice for both men and women on the site,” she said. “As spouses, we should be willing to help one another as equal partners as we honor and serve one another. That, in turn, will bring the greatest likelihood of a successful marriage.”

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Jimmy Fallon Playing The Vanilla Ice Board Game Makes You Stop, Collaborate And Listen

Ice is back with an embarrassing invention.

In Jimmy Fallon’s first installment of his “Do Not Game List,” the “Tonight Show” host introduced us to a bunch of different awful games, but Vanilla Ice Electronic Rap might be the most terribly awesome of them all.

In the game, players are given an electronic beat box and rap different rhyming words that don’t make a lot of sense.

Fallon doesn’t really explain how to win the game, but this might just be one of those cases where there aren’t any winners.

“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on NBC.
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Two Deer Stop Rush Hour Traffic On The Golden Gate Bridge

It was rush hour on Friday in San Francisco, and traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge came to a grinding halt — all thanks to two rather unexpected guests.

According to NBC News, two deer wandered onto the Golden Gate Bridge at around 5.30 p.m. and promptly stopped up the flow of traffic on three northbound lanes. The deer appear to have entered from the southern end of the bridge, the news outlet said, and were running toward Marin County.

The duo reportedly got off the bridge safely and commuters were soon able to continue their journeys.

“You just don’t see this everyday,” wrote one Instagrammer who snapped a photo of the two deer sauntering across the bridge. “#deergate2014”
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In ‘The Devilers’ Comic Book, Exorcists Converge To Stop Hell From Breaking Loose

(RNS) There’s never a better time for a bunch of holy avengers than when all hell actually breaks loose.

The Dynamite Entertainment series The Devilers debuts Wednesday (July 16) as an action-packed supernatural comic book full of demonic beasties, big-picture philosophies and heroes that have to put religious differences aside in order to save Vatican City – and the world – from being turned into brimstone.

“When suddenly it’s ‘Oh that is a giant hellmouth that opened up in front of me,’ that changes your beliefs,” said series writer Joshua Hale Fialkov (The Bunker, The Life After), who’s doing the The Devilers alongside artist Matt Triano.

The main conceit behind The Devilers is the Catholic Church, which has had an armistice with Satan’s forces for hundreds of years to keep the demonic element downstairs, but not surprisingly the deal doesn’t hold. Horrific creatures arise when they stop caring about what mankind and the heavenly host can do to them, thereby beginning a new war on Earth.

Father Malcolm O’Rourke, whose faith has waned since having an otherworldly encounter as a child, is called into action by the church’s head exorcist, Cardinal Michael David Reed, as well as other potential saviors from all over the world.

Every issue of Devilers focuses on a different character in the group, which includes Mossad agent and rabbi Brenda Davide, a pro at revealing true evil; the tricky and persuasive Samir Patel; Raab Al-Fayed, a noted demonologist who controls a powerful entity; Chun-Bai, a woman able to bend nature to her will; and the teleporting man-bear demon Rex.

“As we’re discovering the world, each of them is discovering the world, too, and you get a sense of who they are that way,” said Fialkov, adding that the team readers meet in the first issue may not be there going forward.

The cardinal is a pretty hardcore sort but he in a sense reflects the stakes involved with the hellish situation.

“You can have dogma as much as you like, but when the rubber hits the road, you have to be practical,” Fialkov said.

Even though he had a childhood experience that for most people would be proof positive that there are higher powers at work, Malcolm, the priest and exorcist, is still more practical than spiritual.

“He’s had time soften the one thing that really gave him faith, but now suddenly it’s jammed in front of his face,” Fialkov said. “There’s no arguing with the things he sees.”

While the Devilers has a philosophical side, it’s still as big and crazy as a 1970s X-Men comic, according to Fialkov.

Fialkov’s I, Vampire series for DC Comics merged vampires and a monster world into a landscape of superheroes, and he’s trying to do something similar with The Devilers, an inherently dark book that’s more funny than bleak.

Triano illustrates a frog flipping off the cardinal in the first issue, and the holy man tells an atheist who gets a little too close to Rex, “Don’t kick the demon, son.” “That’s just me being me,” Fialkov said. “Anytime anything feels pretentious, I have to take the wind out of the sails.”

The next couple of issues feature the protagonists journeying through hell, “literally heading toward Satan’s throne room,” Fialkov said. “But the question is, who’s actually sitting on that throne? It might be a surprise.”
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Quark Shoes Women’s Pro Air II Grip Stop Nursing Shoes 575204

Quark Shoes Women’s Pro Air II Grip Stop Nursing Shoes 575204


Quark is a funny name for footwear, we know. Kind of sounds like quack. And no one wants ducks on their feet. Unless you’re in the water. That might be kind of handy. But we digress. Quarks aren’t ducks. And they don’t quack. But they do deliver all-day comfort and top-quality performance. These 575204 Women’s Pro Air II White Nursing Shoes prove it. Now when we say these white Nursing Shoes deliver all-day comfort, we don’t mean those meager 8-hour days. We know nurses and hospitality industry ladies like you balk at a mere 8 hours. And these babies are designed for the long haul. Weighing a whopping 7.3-ounces, this pair packs a ton of features in their cute, slip-on design. The footbed, vamp and outsole feature an air-channel ventilation system designed to provide you with the ultimate breathable fit. And molded EVA footbeds deliver needed cushioning and support to keep you easy on your feet all day long. DRYZ moisture management technology wicks away nasty perspiration and moisture leaving your feet clean, dry, and cool. Underfoot you’ll find Grip Stop rubber tread outsoles. These slip-resistant soles offer outstanding traction; they’re non-marking too, making them a great choice for hospitals, salons, or restaurants. The next best thing to ducks (yes, we know that doesn’t make any sense), these Quark 575204 Women’s Pro Air II White Nursing Shoes deliver the comfort, style, and support you need to make it through long, demanding days. Click on the cart to order your pair today. Sizes Manufactured: Medium/Wide 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,11, 12 This shoes is also available in mens as style 591004
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Would It Kill You to Stop Doing That

Would It Kill You to Stop Doing That


@font-face { font-family: “Times”; }@font-face { font-family: “Geneva”; }p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0in 0in 0.0001pt; font-size: 12pt; font-family: “Times New Roman”; color: black; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; } “We all know bad manners when we see them,” NPR and Vanity Fair contributor Henry Alford observes at the beginning of his new book. But what, he asks, do good manners look like in our day and age? When someone answers their cell phone in the middle of dining with you, or runs you off the sidewalk with their doublewide stroller, or you enter a post-apocalyptic public restroom, the long-revered wisdom of Emily Post can seem downright prehistoric. Troubled by the absence of good manners in his day-to-day life-by the people who clip their toenails on the subway or give three-letter replies to one’s laboriously crafted missives-Alford embarks on a journey to find out how things might look if people were on their best behavior a tad more often. He travels to Japan (the “Fort Knox Reserve” of good manners) to observe its culture of collective politesse. He interviews etiquette experts both likely (Judith Martin, Tim Gunn) and unlikely (a former prisoner, an army sergeant). He plays a game called Touch the Waiter. And he volunteers himself as a tour guide to foreigners visiting New York City in order to do ground-level reconnaissance on cultural manners divides. Along the way (in typical Alford style) he also finds time to teach Miss Manners how to steal a cab; designates the World’s Most Annoying Bride; and tosses his own hat into the ring, volunteering as an online etiquette coach. Ultimately, by tackling the etiquette questions specific to our age-such as Why shouldn’t you ask a cab driver where’s he’s from? , Why is posting baby pictures on Facebook a fraught activity? and What’s the problem with “No problem”? -Alford finds a wry and warm way into a subject that has sometimes been seen as pedantic or elitist. And in this way, he looks past the standard “dos” and “don’ts” of good form to present an illuminating, seriously entertaining book about grace and civility, and how we can simply treat each other better.
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Dear Market Researcher, I’m Gay — Stop Sending Playboy Subscription Offers!

This offer arrived in the mail the other day from Playboy‘s Market Research Department:

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Dear Domenick Scudera,

To attract readers with preferred demographics, you have been selected to receive this courtesy. As a special incentive, the price is reduced down as low as we are allowed, giving you a full year of Playboy for a token $ 12.

A sampling of my friends’ responses:

  • “I hear the articles are good.”
  • “Wasn’t this on your wedding registry?”
  • “I think the label has a misprint — it should read ‘…to a token,12.'”
  • “Oh, c’mon. Everyone knows gay men love women.”
  • “Did u forget to tell us something?”

Gay acceptance has reached new heights if 49-year-old, recently married gay men are one of Playboy‘s “preferred demographics.” I feel blessed that Playboy has extended me this courtesy, one that I never would have received back in the days when gays were being denied equality.

The offer says that I will get the “beyond-beautiful women, obviously.” In addition, they believe that I will “appreciate the award-winning journalism and no-holds-barred interviews” in every “smoking hot issue.” The fine print includes this guarantee: “Playboy always guarantees that if you are ever dissatisfied for any reason whatsoever you get a full refund on all unmailed issues.”

Dear Playboy,

I am somewhat dissatisfied with my subscription. Don’t get me wrong. There is a lot to admire in your magazine: The articles and interviews are terrific, and the women are, obviously, beyond beautiful. However, I would enjoy more male nudity in my magazines. Please refund me the amount of my unmailed issues, until you are prepared to give me some smoking-hot maleness.

Thanks,
Domenick

This is not the first time I have received an offer for heterosexual porn. When I was 7 years old, I innocently opened up a plain, white envelope addressed to me. There was a series of pictures of naked women with their legs spread wide, and before I knew what was happening, my mother leaped across the room, wrestled the envelope out of my hands and appeared to have some trouble breathing. The next thing I knew, she was on the phone, complaining to someone, trying to make sure I never received offers like this again. Who did she call? The Post Office? The Better Business Bureau? President Nixon? I have no idea, but whoever it was, she was ineffective. I received more offers for years. She carefully monitored my mail until I was well into my college years.

Were 7-year-old gay boys one of the “preferred demographics” for Screw?

Most likely, these marketing departments have misidentified me. This is a problem I encounter often. For instance, when I watch television, the advertisers assume that I am a heavyset, single female on her period. I gather this from the fact that most of the commercials are for weight-loss supplements, dating sites and tampons.

About an hour after I received the Playboy offer, a pleasant young woman knocked on our front door with an offer for educational books for our children. When I explained that we have dogs, not kids, she showed me the books anyway. Did I know that flamingos are pink because they eat shrimp, and that they would be white if they did not? No, I did not. This is educational, but my nonexistent children will not learn this, because I did not order any of the books.

Am I missing out? There might be other interesting factoids in those books, and Playboy‘s “no-holds-barred interviews” might offer some insights. But for now, I think I will hold on to my gay dollars for another day.
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SALE! Stop Staring! 1940s Style Pink Billion Dollar Baby Wiggle Dress

SALE! Stop Staring! 1940s Style Pink Billion Dollar Baby Wiggle Dress


This tea length dress from Stop Staring features a wrap twist in the bust area; cap sleeves; and a curve-hugging fit. Finished with a back kick pleat for effortless movement.
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How To Stop Waiting and Start Living

In this video, Eckhart Tolle explains that “Presence,” is a state of consciousness. Many of us spend our lives waiting… for the next moment, because we believe the next moment will be better than the present moment. When we are waiting for the next moment, we miss the present moment. Since life only happens Now, we end up waiting for an illusive something that never arrives.

For more from Eckhart Tolle, please click here.
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Would It Kill You to Stop Doing That

Would It Kill You to Stop Doing That


@font-face { font-family: “Times”; }@font-face { font-family: “Geneva”; }p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0in 0in 0.0001pt; font-size: 12pt; font-family: “Times New Roman”; color: black; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; } “We all know bad manners when we see them,” NPR and Vanity Fair contributor Henry Alford observes at the beginning of his new book. But what, he asks, do good manners look like in our day and age? When someone answers their cell phone in the middle of dining with you, or runs you off the sidewalk with their doublewide stroller, or you enter a post-apocalyptic public restroom, the long-revered wisdom of Emily Post can seem downright prehistoric. Troubled by the absence of good manners in his day-to-day life-by the people who clip their toenails on the subway or give three-letter replies to one’s laboriously crafted missives-Alford embarks on a journey to find out how things might look if people were on their best behavior a tad more often. He travels to Japan (the “Fort Knox Reserve” of good manners) to observe its culture of collective politesse. He interviews etiquette experts both likely (Judith Martin, Tim Gunn) and unlikely (a former prisoner, an army sergeant). He plays a game called Touch the Waiter. And he volunteers himself as a tour guide to foreigners visiting New York City in order to do ground-level reconnaissance on cultural manners divides. Along the way (in typical Alford style) he also finds time to teach Miss Manners how to steal a cab; designates the World’s Most Annoying Bride; and tosses his own hat into the ring, volunteering as an online etiquette coach. Ultimately, by tackling the etiquette questions specific to our age-such as Why shouldn’t you ask a cab driver where’s he’s from? , Why is posting baby pictures on Facebook a fraught activity? and What’s the problem with “No problem”? -Alford finds a wry and warm way into a subject that has sometimes been seen as pedantic or elitist. And in this way, he looks past the standard “dos” and “don’ts” of good form to present an illuminating, seriously entertaining book about grace and civility, and how we can simply treat each other better.
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Would It Kill You to Stop Doing That

Would It Kill You to Stop Doing That


@font-face { font-family: “Times”; }@font-face { font-family: “Geneva”; }p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0in 0in 0.0001pt; font-size: 12pt; font-family: “Times New Roman”; color: black; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; } “We all know bad manners when we see them,” NPR and Vanity Fair contributor Henry Alford observes at the beginning of his new book. But what, he asks, do good manners look like in our day and age? When someone answers their cell phone in the middle of dining with you, or runs you off the sidewalk with their doublewide stroller, or you enter a post-apocalyptic public restroom, the long-revered wisdom of Emily Post can seem downright prehistoric. Troubled by the absence of good manners in his day-to-day life-by the people who clip their toenails on the subway or give three-letter replies to one’s laboriously crafted missives-Alford embarks on a journey to find out how things might look if people were on their best behavior a tad more often. He travels to Japan (the “Fort Knox Reserve” of good manners) to observe its culture of collective politesse. He interviews etiquette experts both likely (Judith Martin, Tim Gunn) and unlikely (a former prisoner, an army sergeant). He plays a game called Touch the Waiter. And he volunteers himself as a tour guide to foreigners visiting New York City in order to do ground-level reconnaissance on cultural manners divides. Along the way (in typical Alford style) he also finds time to teach Miss Manners how to steal a cab; designates the World’s Most Annoying Bride; and tosses his own hat into the ring, volunteering as an online etiquette coach. Ultimately, by tackling the etiquette questions specific to our age-such as Why shouldn’t you ask a cab driver where’s he’s from? , Why is posting baby pictures on Facebook a fraught activity? and What’s the problem with “No problem”? -Alford finds a wry and warm way into a subject that has sometimes been seen as pedantic or elitist. And in this way, he looks past the standard “dos” and “don’ts” of good form to present an illuminating, seriously entertaining book about grace and civility, and how we can simply treat each other better.
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These Are 16 Things CVS Should Also Stop Selling

This past week drugstore chain CVS announced that it will no longer sell tobacco products at its stores. The move will cost them upwards of $ 2 billion in revenue and is part of their effort to be more of a healthcare company. Many are applauding the move. I agree. But why stop there? Ever been to a CVS? There are plenty of other products that they sell that should also be taken off the shelves. I can think of 16 right of the top of my head. Examples?

Shampoo. Nope, haven’t used the stuff in years. And you wouldn’t believe what I save on barber visits. Someday I’ll sit you down and explain to you some of the benefits of being bald. I see a lot of bald guys around like me. Not sure what all that shampoo fuss is about.

Weight loss supplements. My thinking: For most people eating less and exercising a little will result in losing weight. CVS might want to coach its customers on this healthy approach rather than selling them amphetamines in a can. Might as well be selling chocolate, cakes and chips in the next aisle over. Oh… you do?

Extra large condoms. I want to know who’s really buying these. Is this some kind of a cruel joke? Are the executives at CVS poking fun at guys like me and offering some kind of subliminal message to their women customers, like “You know, you could be doing better. Just hang around this aisle for a while.” Shouldn’t these things be sold in some kind of specialty store, like a magic shop or a place where NBA players frequent?

Vitamins. Unless you haven’t seen the sun in a few months or live on a diet of fast food you’re likely not going to need vitamins. And yet there are aisles filled with them. Study after study show that most vitamins are essentially worthless. CVS should stop selling these. Except for the Flintstones Chewables because they’re delicious.

Snoring suppressants. So let me get this straight: You put a strip of tape that looks suspiciously like a simple band-aid on the bridge of your nose and that’s supposed to stop you from snoring? And they’re only… how much? You can ask my wife — these don’t work. Smacking your bedmate in the head is much more effective. Cutting it down to 32 beers a night before you go to bed may also help.

Blank DVDs (and yes) Digital Cassettes. I’m assuming CVS is targeting AOL internet subscribers to move these items. Or the people who are driving around in circles and wondering where that dang Blockbuster store went to. I guess there are those that have never heard of Spotify, Netflix, Dropbox or Google Drive and haven’t given themselves up to the hell of recurring monthly fees. Hmmm… smart people, actually.

A1 Steak Sauce. CVS actually sells A1 Steak Sauce. Who is buying this? Are you running into the 24 hour CVS down the street to pick up some soap, toothpaste and a bottle of A1 Steak Sauce?

Body wash. Hello to the biggest scam of the 21st century. My kids go through a bottle a week. This is madness. “Body Wash” is just another term for “super-expensive soap.” Get a bar of Irish Spring for $ .39 and it’ll last for a month. Just pluck off the hairs each time and you’re good to go. Simple.

Disposable cameras (and film too). Other than fashion week are people still using actual cameras? I’ve got ten photos of my family (and a thousand photos of my dog) on my iPhone. Who’s still buying cameras?

Axe Deodorant. My sons seriously think that if they use Axe deodorant they will have success with the ladies. Ah, the power of advertising. The reality is that they carry my genes. A case of Axe isn’t going to change that predicament anytime soon. CVS is only contributing to this heinous deceit.

Faihaven Health Countboost for Men. These are dietary supplements that are supposed to increase the sperm count in men. My suggestion is to take a flight to Orlando on the first day of school vacation. By the time you arrive you’ll be tossing the Countboost for Men out the window and looking up vasectomy specialists in the area. CVS, let’s just save these guys the trouble, shall we?

Kiss Nail Artist Airbrush Style Nail Stickers. Let’s see… $ .02 to make. $ 2.99 to sell. Nice! As a father of a teenage daughter I am pleading with CVS to stop selling these. I pay more for stickers than I did to wallpaper our guest bathroom.

Fluttery Butterfly Pillow Pets. Really? This is what society has come to? We can’t just have regular pillows anymore? They have to be in the shape of butterflies and other pets? CVS, is this really something you should be encouraging? Must we give Vladimir Putin any more reasons to make fun of us?

Canon Ink Cartridges. These things are worse than cigarettes. You pay $ 99 for a printer and every two weeks you’re buying a $ 30 cartridge to feed its insatiable appetite for ink. This is like heroin and I demand that CVS put a stop to this now.

Jujubees Candy. Anti-semitic. Yeah, that’s right. Any way you say it. And the reference to “bees” like there’s some kind of honey — Rosh Hashana connection? Oh we know you’re game, CVS. As a member of the Hebrew persuasion I’m shocked that these are being sold and I know I’ve got my dentist’s backing on this. His name is Abramowitz, by the way.

Cascade Dishwasher Detergent. Silly people! Don’t you know that Cascade Complete is way, way better than the regular Cascade. I mean, what a difference! Wow. What a shine. Actually… I’m being total serious here. You won’t believe it.

A version of this blog previously appeared on Phillymag.com.
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Celebs Can’t Stop Doing This Treadmill Workout, and Neither Can We!

Celebs Can't Stop Doing This Treadmill Workout, and Neither Can We!It didn't take much convincing to see why Sandra Bullock, Amanda Seyfried, and Kim Kardashian all flock to Barry's Bootcamp – 15 minutes into my first class, I was in love. The hour-long mix of high-intensity treadmill intervals and circuit training left me a sweaty mess, and I was already planning my next class on the way out of my first. For days when strength training isn't in the mix, we have a 30-minute treadmill workout from Barry's Bootcamp trainer Alycia Stevenin to give you a taste of what the class is like.



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Never Stop to Think… Do I Have a Place for This

Never Stop to Think… Do I Have a Place for This


In an age of picture-perfect interior design, best-selling author Mary Randolph Carter celebrates her highly personal and creative approach to decor, illustrating how to live stylishly with the many items you want to treasure forever. Mary Randolph Carter’s newest book indulges our desire to surround ourselves with belongings that impart beauty and meaning to our lives. Whether you are passionate about flea market thrifting, have a collection of pedigreed antiques, or simply find inspiration among the castoffs in your attic, this book is a tribute to making artful interiors with your acquisitions. With her trademark style and love of heirlooms and beautiful old objects, Carter delves into the interiors of real-life tastemakers (antique dealers, fashion designers, artists, and boutique owners) to explore how our homes are the perfect canvas for our self-expression. In these pages, Carter curates a variety of unique interiors, from a couple who restores and displays antique textiles and china to an anglophile with an incredible library of vintage books to an artist who lives with the old photos and maps he uses in his work to an antique dealer known for having multiples of everything. Carter muses delightfully on the universal desire to acquire while imparting her philosophy and tips for living creatively and integrating our passions stylishly into our decor. Chock-full of ideas and inspiration, this book exalts in the beauty of bounty and is sure to delight Carter’s legions of fans.

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Stop Ageing Now

Stop Ageing Now


This work reveals how to combat ageing, as well as cancer, heart disease, immune dysfunction and other age-related diseases, by taking specific vitamins, supplements, herbs, and eating an anti-ageing diet.

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Two Whole Cakes: How to Stop Dieting and Learn to Love Your Body

Two Whole Cakes: How to Stop Dieting and Learn to Love Your Body


In the age of The Biggest Loser and the “war on obesity,” we’re pressured to conform to certain body standards at any cost. Sure, everyone should eat right and get exercise, but what if you do that and you still don’t fit into the clothes at the mall? In “Two Whole Cakes,” Fatshionista extraordinaire Lesley Kinzel tells stories, gives advice, and challenges stereotypes about being and feeling fat. Kinzel says no to diet fads and pills, shows by example how to stop hating your body, celebrates self-acceptance at any size, and urges you to finally accept the truth: your body is not a tragedy Lesley Kinzel, who co-founded the blog Fatshionista, is an online celebrity in the communities of size acceptance, fashion, and women’s issues. She has her own blog on body politics in the media, Two Whole Cakes, is an associate editor at xoJane, and has become the go-to fatty for all things fashion and pop culture.

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The Most Popular Music Videos Of 2013 Are Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’ And ‘We Can’t Stop’

Miley Cyrus may not have earned any Grammy nominations, but her music videos were certainly the year’s most popular. The most commonly viewed videos of 2013, according to new rankings released by Vevo, really offer few surprises. “Wrecking Ball” and “We Can’t Stop” top the list, while the lascivious “Blurred Lines” and spirited “Roar” round out some of the remaining slots. Here’s the top 10 for your continued viewing pleasure.

1. Miley Cyrus — “Wrecking Ball”

2. Miley Cyrus — “We Can’t Stop”

3. will.i.am ft. Britney Spears — “Scream & Shout”

4. Rihanna — “Diamonds”

5. Katy Perry — “Roar”

6. P!nk ft. Nate Ruess — “Just Give Me a Reason”

7. Robin Thicke ft. T.I and Pharrell — “Blurred LInes”

8. Rihanna ft. Mikky Ekko — “Stay”

9. Naughty Boy ft. Sam Smith — “La La La”

10. One Direction — “Kiss You”


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10 Things You Need to Stop Wearing Immediately

Maggie Cassidy is a blogger for “Unwritten” and is a sophomore pursuing an English degree at the University of Maryland, College Park.

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Out with the trashy and in with the classy. Since autumn is actually here, and winter will soon be approaching, it’s time to rid your wardrobe of things that have been worn too many times by too many girls. This list contains the 10 items that you should avoid wearing for the days when you strive to look your best.

1. Jeggings

Come on girls. I know you’re better than jeggings. At first they were innovative. You got to wear your pjs and jeans all at the same time. But you can spot a false pair of denims with a drawn-on zipper line and pockets from a mile away. Be better than jeggings, and put on some pants.

2. UGGs

I will defend this statement until the day I die: You ARE NOT fashionable if you wear these monstrosities. They were a bad idea in 2006, and they sure as hell aren’t a good idea now, especially when paired with shorts.

3. Longchamp Bag

For those of you who think nylon is a super chic material, I’m sorry to say it’s not. I get that these durable carry-alls fit everything you need for a full day of class, but too many girls walk around with a Longchamp in one hand and a skinny latte in the other.

4. Anything with a High-Low Hem

It was cool at first, but the Billy Ray Cyrus of fashion just has to stop. I can’t even go dress shopping without at least five of these “mullet dresses” on the rack. Either opt for a cocktail length, or a maxi dress — nothing in between.

5. Stacks of Friendship Bracelets

Are you a middle-schooler at sleep-away summer camp? Nope? Yeah, that’s what I thought. These rainbow yarn bracelets are juvenile, and they need to stop ruining your outfits. How about trying a watch or a cuff for grownup wrist wear?

6. Sperry Shoes

I’m guilty of owning these, but it’s time that I throw away my battered pair as well. First off, they’re guy shoes. So if you want to dress like your man, then go for it. But otherwise, save these dock siders for the Vineyard Vine wearing gentlemen.

7. Bandage Dresses

I want to wear the exact same thing as all the girls at the party — said no fashionable girl ever. Bandage dresses have become the uniform of party wear. There’s nothing unique to them; they simply look like a dip dyed ace bandage from a first aid kit that you decided to wrap around yourself. Yeah, it accentuates our curves, but a lot of them can accentuate the wrong curves.

8. Sweat Pants with Words on the Butt

Everyone had those neon-colored sweatpants in high school with the words “PINK” or “JUICY” slapped on the backside. The keywords in that sentence were: high school. Ladies, we’re basically one level away from the professional world, it’s time to let go and throw out the wardrobe from the days when our moms still drove us around.

9. North Face Fleeces

There’s a time and place for everything, but these fleeces should not be in your daily repertoire. Any outfit, no matter how chic it is, immediately becomes frumpy when you choose one of these as your outerwear. There are so many better options out there, like: leather jackets, peacoats, jean jackets or basically anything else. Save the North Face’s for when you’re running outside.

10. Sneaker Wedges

Please, please, please make these stop. Athletic wear and wedges just don’t mix. When are you ever running laps in a bar? Never. I know you think you look like bad gal RiRi when you wear these, but sadly, you don’t.

I apologize if this list offended anyone, but it’s for everyone’s own good. I’m just trying to look out for my fellow fashionistas. Comment below if you disagree with my list, or if you have any other items that people should just stop wearing!
Style – The Huffington Post
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10 Things You Need to Stop Wearing Immediately

Maggie Cassidy is a blogger for “Unwritten” and is a sophomore pursuing an English degree at the University of Maryland, College Park.

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Out with the trashy and in with the classy. Since autumn is actually here, and winter will soon be approaching, it’s time to rid your wardrobe of things that have been worn too many times by too many girls. This list contains the 10 items that you should avoid wearing for the days when you strive to look your best.

1. Jeggings

Come on girls. I know you’re better than jeggings. At first they were innovative. You got to wear your pjs and jeans all at the same time. But you can spot a false pair of denims with a drawn-on zipper line and pockets from a mile away. Be better than jeggings, and put on some pants.

2. UGGs

I will defend this statement until the day I die: You ARE NOT fashionable if you wear these monstrosities. They were a bad idea in 2006, and they sure as hell aren’t a good idea now, especially when paired with shorts.

3. Longchamp Bag

For those of you who think nylon is a super chic material, I’m sorry to say it’s not. I get that these durable carry-alls fit everything you need for a full day of class, but too many girls walk around with a Longchamp in one hand and a skinny latte in the other.

4. Anything with a High-Low Hem

It was cool at first, but the Billy Ray Cyrus of fashion just has to stop. I can’t even go dress shopping without at least five of these “mullet dresses” on the rack. Either opt for a cocktail length, or a maxi dress — nothing in between.

5. Stacks of Friendship Bracelets

Are you a middle-schooler at sleep-away summer camp? Nope? Yeah, that’s what I thought. These rainbow yarn bracelets are juvenile, and they need to stop ruining your outfits. How about trying a watch or a cuff for grownup wrist wear?

6. Sperry Shoes

I’m guilty of owning these, but it’s time that I throw away my battered pair as well. First off, they’re guy shoes. So if you want to dress like your man, then go for it. But otherwise, save these dock siders for the Vineyard Vine wearing gentlemen.

7. Bandage Dresses

I want to wear the exact same thing as all the girls at the party — said no fashionable girl ever. Bandage dresses have become the uniform of party wear. There’s nothing unique to them; they simply look like a dip dyed ace bandage from a first aid kit that you decided to wrap around yourself. Yeah, it accentuates our curves, but a lot of them can accentuate the wrong curves.

8. Sweat Pants with Words on the Butt

Everyone had those neon-colored sweatpants in high school with the words “PINK” or “JUICY” slapped on the backside. The keywords in that sentence were: high school. Ladies, we’re basically one level away from the professional world, it’s time to let go and throw out the wardrobe from the days when our moms still drove us around.

9. North Face Fleeces

There’s a time and place for everything, but these fleeces should not be in your daily repertoire. Any outfit, no matter how chic it is, immediately becomes frumpy when you choose one of these as your outerwear. There are so many better options out there, like: leather jackets, peacoats, jean jackets or basically anything else. Save the North Face’s for when you’re running outside.

10. Sneaker Wedges

Please, please, please make these stop. Athletic wear and wedges just don’t mix. When are you ever running laps in a bar? Never. I know you think you look like bad gal RiRi when you wear these, but sadly, you don’t.

I apologize if this list offended anyone, but it’s for everyone’s own good. I’m just trying to look out for my fellow fashionistas. Comment below if you disagree with my list, or if you have any other items that people should just stop wearing!
Style – The Huffington Post
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Ask the Art Professor: How Do You Know When to Stop Working?

“When working on a piece of art, how do you know when to stop? I often find that the more I look at something I’ve drawn or painted, the more small things I’ll find that I’m not quite happy with, and I’ll keep altering and tweaking, which is fine up to a point, but I can end up ruining it. When do you draw the line and say enough is enough, this piece is finished? Is there always going to be something that you’re not 100 percent happy with, or should you keep working on something until you are 100 percent happy?”

Knowing just when to declare a work of art finished is an eternal struggle for many artists. The issue is that if you don’t work on a piece enough, the work can come across as incomplete. On the other hand, overworking a piece can cause the work to appear tired and tedious. The most compelling works of art throughout history are able to establish a strong balance of gesture and spontaneity while simultaneously appearing to be substantial and fully resolved.

So how does one learn how to achieve this balance? One of the classic problems that I see in the beginning of my freshman drawing classes is students not pushing their pieces far enough, and therefore never fulfilling their piece’s potential. To learn how to truly bring a piece to a full finish, I encourage my students in my classes to experiment with intentionally overworking their drawings to the point that the drawing is ruined. This way, when they have the experience of pushing their drawings too far, they develop an awareness of the entire process, and will know in the future when to pull back. You’ll never know how far to go until you’ve gone too far.

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I look for specific signals in my work pattern that tell me that I am either finished or getting very close. In the beginning of a piece, I work very fast because there is just so much to be addressed. Gradually, my pace slows down as I start to work specific areas and hone in on smaller details. When I start to notice that I am needlessly picking at a piece and making the most minor adjustments that really have no impact on the overall work itself, I know that it’s time to stop. Other times, I’m simply sick of looking at the work for so many hours that I can’t stand to work on it anymore.

After staring at your work for many hours on end, it can be nearly impossible to see the work objectively with fresh eyes. There are a few simple strategies you can employ to help this. One trick I use is to look at my work in a mirror. Seeing the reverse image can frequently allow me to see mistakes in the piece that I wasn’t able to previously see. Usually when I’m deep in the trenches of working, my opinion of the work is very biased. Instead of making decisions on the spot, I reserve judgment on the work by putting it away for two weeks where I can’t see it. After that time period passes, I take the work out again. I’m often times surprised that my initial opinion of the work was quite off and that getting some distance from the work allows me to make better informed decisions.

In my experience, being 100-percent happy with a work is so incredibly rare that it’s not a goal that I even strive for. When I reflect upon my past works, there is always something that I’m not totally satisfied with. To combat this feeling, it’s a good idea to not be too precious about your work. Maintain a high level of productivity so that you aren’t investing everything you have into a single work. It’s usually a better use of your time to create a work, learn from it, and then know when to move on. Students ask me all the time whether they can rework their homework assignments. The majority of the time, I advise them to simply absorb what they experienced with that piece and then to move onto the next work. Getting too stuck on an individual work can cause one to obsess over details and concerns that in the larger picture don’t matter.

Ask the Art Professor is a weekly advice column for visual artists. Submit your questions to clara(at)claralieu.com
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Stop Spending Less and Start Saving More

Stop Spending Less and Start Saving More


Learn the secrets to getting electronics and appliances for 50% or even 80% off the regular price in your local mall or electronics store. It’s so easy, but surprisingly few people know how it’s done. Discounts at your local grocery store. Unbelievable savings almost everywhere you shop. This book is designed to show you how save large amounts of cash as you continue to spend money on your favorite items as usual. Do you like to get a new outfit, video games, movies and more every month? Great, keep doing that, I can teach you how to buy it for a lot less. You get to keep buying your favorite things each month, and you also get to pocket the savings you never knew you could get. It’s so much fun, and I think you’ll really enjoy the savings you’ll get after learning the secrets to saving big almost anywhere online, and at your local grocery store. You’ll also learn how to get over 20% off gasoline at the pump!

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George Clooney Just Can’t Stop Talking About Brad Pitt

It’s official: George Clooney is totally obsessed with Brad Pitt.

Whether talking about his looks, talents, girlfriend or children, Clooney just can’t seem to stop gushing about his famous BFF. Apropos the “Gravity” star’s recent Esquire interview, let’s take a look at some of the many, many other times Clooney has name-dropped Pitt to the press in a feature we can only call: “Hollywood Bromances: 10 Signs George Clooney Is Really, Really Into Brad Pitt.”


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