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To the cheer world

If this person follows you or tweets at you, BLOCK HIM.

He is an older man who does not have any thing to do with cheer other then he has openly said he is turned on by young woman’s feet and shoes…he repeatedly tries to engage in conversations with young cheerleaders. He says that we bully him when we try to protect the children of cheer and he’s just a “nice person” but won give any personal information because he is hiding.

These are classic predator actions. He is definitely a creep and he will find you. He managed to find my twitter somehow from my fierceboard name - which has NOTHING to do with my actual name. He’s done that to a lot of people. He’s dangerous and he harasses people… watch out. Put your social media on private and block him if he tries to contact you, for your own good!

Please reblog and spread the word to your friends!

[Let’s try something new, shall we?]

I know there’s more than three of you out there, but the rest of you rarely but ever try to socialize with me. We’re going to fix that.

If you see this on your dash, I’d love for you to send me the following

  • Name
  • Age
  • Zodiac Sign
  • Meaning behind tumblr url
  • Hobbies/Interests
  • Why you follow me
  • Random fact about yourself
  • Question for me

It’s time to introduce yourselves darlings!

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Patience: stay on the path. Enjoy the uncertainty of life’s journey, all will be revealed in time. A key to each locked door will be given, and behind each door will be the answer you’re seeking. Trust this is true. The path is hazy for a reason. If you could see exactly where it is leading, you’d think you know where you’re going. But this is about feelings, not thought. You’re like a character in a book that’s not yet been finished, and the hand writing the story must see what emerges, before deciding which door to open. Hear your heart: it’s writing this story, holding keys to all locked doors and opening them as needed. Patience.

A new study finds that Britons are consuming less than they did a decade ago, with similar patterns being seen across Europe. Could this be the beginning of a trend in developed countries? Might we be reaching “peak stuff”?

Will rich societies start consuming less? Could wealth go green? Might parsimony become the new luxury? Heresy, surely, you would say. But it might just be possible. Take Britain. A new study finds that the country that invented the industrial revolution two centuries ago reached “peak stuff” between 2001 and 2003. In the past decade, Britain has been consuming less water, building materials, paper, food (especially meat), cars, textiles, fertilizers and much else. Travel is down; so is energy production. The country produces less waste, too. This analysis is not the product of data juggling by a free-market think tank. The author of the study is Chris Goodall, a fully-paid-up environmental activist and parliamentary candidate for Britain’s Green Party, but also a stat guzzler who once worked for McKinsey & Company. His books include How to Live a Low-Carbon Life. The stats hold true even when you allow for the ecological footprint from the manufacture of imported goods. And, while the decline in resource use in Britain has accelerated since the economic crisis in 2008, the trend started long before the banking crisis. There was a decline in overall materials use of 4 percent between 2000 and 2007. So it cannot be attributed entirely to recession, and can be expected to survive economic recovery.