Lütfen acil olarak minikler için rb leylim 😊

Arkadaşlarım, kardeşlerim bu listedeki çocuklarımızın mont ve bota acil olarak ihtiyaçları var. Siz de yardım yapmak istiyorsanız ayakkabı numaralarına ve yaşlarına göre bot ve mont alıp
Alper Cevizci hocamızın adına “Tepecik mah. Ova cad. Oztekin apt. Kat:5 no:21 Kozluk,Batman (0543 738 2838 iletisim)” adresine paketlerinizi yollayabilirsiniz.
Seçtiğiniz çocukları da bana bildirebilirsiniz😊👍
0505 470 9078 den bana ulaşabilirsiniz 😊


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i mean looking logically at relationships i really do 100% think i would benefit from one especially if that person is very independent cause its weird to say but i am VERY dependent on other people whether i like it or not. I honestly am very nervous about doing most things by myself like getting an apt, getting another job, etc and i just wish i had that reassurance and stability that people provide yknow

anonymous asked:

What placements make someone who finds it difficult to make friends ?

Venus rules over social urges, someone with an afflicted or retrograde Venus may not be inclined to social matters. Saturn in the 11th gives restrictions in this regard, even if they did have friends they’re apt to feeling lonely when around them. A strong 12th house can make someone introverted which may or may not be difficult for them to make friends. The person is uncomfortable in the spotlight if sun is there. Venus in the 12th can feel unworthy of any kind of affection from any relationships and may not willingly seek out friendship as a result. Scorpio rising typically has Virgo on the 11th and this makes them shy and uncomfortable with crowds and large groups of people, they’re actually more inclined to get along better with animals. Venus square Pluto causes the native to be utterly lonely but this is because they have a hard time being truly loving and thus, this makes it difficult for them to make friends/healthy relationships. Those are what come to mind for now


Processing archival photo collections can often feel like a journey through the history of photography, where you’re bound to encounter all manner of photo formats. Case in point: these slides from the Thomas Porro Collection of Perkin-Elmer Photographs, which were still in the original Kodak carousels! Of course, they needed to be rehoused in fancy plastic preservation sleeves, but we managed to snap a few throwback photos along the way. And speaking of throwbacks, these slide trays remind me of the famed “Carousel” episode of Mad Men, where Don Draper re-brands Kodak’s slide wheel as a carousel built on nostalgia. Which is an apt reference since, when a collection of photos is finally rehoused all nice and pretty, I feel as relaxed as Don Draper meditating on the California coast. Archivists say “Om….”

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Bloodbound and I Share a Birthday Week!

My novel, Pathfinder Tales: Bloodbound, released this week one year ago!

This seemed like an apt reason to give the story a shout-out and make sure you’ve got it on your holiday list for all the dark fantasy lovers in your life.

If you missed it, Bloodbound’s a creepy tale that kicks-off from the questions: What if Van Helsing snubbed Dracula? How would Dracula react to not being pursued any more?

From there we light into a tale of two generations of bad-ass vampire hunting women taking on an uprising in the vampire underworld. There’s dark history, priestesses of the death goddess, queer vampires, and more than a little murder.

(And Considine. Considine’s still my favorite.) :D

If that sounds up your alley, nab your copy of Bloodbound on Amazon or as an audiobook on Audible!

And many thanks to everyone who’s already checked it out and for all your kind words!

Don’t Trust the B— in Apt. 23 starter sentences

season 1, part 2 of 2
episodes 5 through 7
63 starters
feel free to change gender pronouns
content warning: alcohol mention, cussing, sexual themes

  • “I’ve been surviving on a sack of potatoes I found behind a deli.”
  • “I can’t even afford to pay rent this month, not like this rich lady, sitting here with her fancy dog, eating gourmet crab cakes.”
  • “Oh my god! My mouse pad with _____’s picture on it came! Yeah!”
  • “Do you even know what you’re doing is wrong?”
  • “There’s no such thing as a gray area. It’s either right or it’s wrong.”
  • “You don’t care who you hurt, do you?”
  • “Bitch, please. Bitch.”
  • “I am so sick of worrying about money.”
  • “_____ and I are actually talking about moving in together to save money on rent.”
  • “This has been a very confusing day.”
  • “Hey. Can I touch your hair?”
  • “I have a new nemesis. _____ has just replaced cheap tequila.”
  • “I made a fetish site. We’re gonna make a fortune.”
  • “It’s a very scientific process. There is nothing sexy about it!”
  • “Is that why we were having all those pillow fights?”
  • “I can’t believe you would do this!”
  • “That is wrong in so many ways!”
  • “You exploited me without my knowledge!”
  • “You’re being very judgmental right now.”
  • “I’m following you on Twitter. You’re hilarious.”
  • “How am I supposed to pay rent when _____ keeps sabotaging all my ideas?”
  • “You’re crazy. I’d give my left nut to have what you have.”
  • “Okay, I have to ask you, why do you like _____ so much?”
  • “We all do what we need to in order to survive… Things you didn’t think you were capable of. Then you are.”
  • “You put a camera in the bathroom?!”
  • “Well, after what you did to me, I don’t really want your help.”
  • “It turns out I don’t hate having you around.”
  • “You’re like the Midwestern Mother Theresa for pathetic people.”
  • “Maybe we’re making each other better.”
  • “I don’t even know why you’re here. I thought you were leaving town.”
  • “I can’t do him. He’s not relationship material.”
  • “I can’t marry a guy like that. My kids will have bad genes.”
  • “You don’t have to marry every guy you’re attracted to. Some guys are just for sex.”
  • “You had sex in my bedroom?!”
  • “This is not a date. No special effort. Wear exactly what you wore today.”
  • “Are you sure you’re okay with this coming out?”
  • “It’s just sex, _____. It’s no big deal.”
  • “I did it, and I think I did it pretty good, if I do say so myself.”
  • “You see these? Tears of joy.”
  • “Have you ever been with someone who cries a lot?”
  • “Why do you have to make things so complicated when it’s just sex?”
  • “I love St. Patrick’s Day. You get to puke on the street and people applaud you for it.”
  • “I can’t believe I was upstaged.”
  • “I’ve always been a driven person. In high school, I got straight ‘A’s, founded several academic clubs, and was president of the debate team.”
  • “Needless to say, I was never one of the cool kids.”
  • “You’re saying something negative, but it sounds positive. I love it!”
  • “I don’t understand. I drank the same amount that _____ did.”
  • “_____’s ability to process alcohol is legendary.”
  • “Once you’ve felt the sun on your skin, the shade can feel especially cold.”
  • “When stuff sucks, I just pretend that my body is… shutting down.”
  • “I think I still have vomit in my hair from last night.”
  • “You freaking monster. I love you.”
  • “I can’t believe I’m friends with somebody that has a graphic novel based on them! How cool is that?!”
  • “Wow. I’m finally in your apartment.”
  • “If you roll with me, you roll as hard as me. I don’t want any Judgmental Judys or Sober Sallys in my crew.”
  • “I am sending my resume out every day, but no one is hiring, so in the meantime, I’m just gonna hang out with _____.”
  • “You know hanging out with _____ is just a way to avoid reality.”
  • “Okay, fine. I think they’re cool. Let’s not make a big deal about it.”
  • “You were friends with a lot of your mom’s friends, weren’t you?”
  • “I prefer to lurk in the shadows and appear creepy and weird, do my thing from afar.”
  • “You knew this was important to me, and you ruined it.”
  • “Look, we don’t have to have anything in common, okay? We’re friends. Whatever.”
  • “Shut up, goblin! I don’t know you!”

This is true, but actually I would be TAing a class I haven’t TAed before (artificial intelligence). I don’t really know what the workload would be, but probably quite a lot.

I’m also not very happy with the TA labor situation at my school; classes tend to rely on the TAs to teach them but also don’t give undergrad TAs any training or real preparation at all and on top of that we’re not allowed to work more than 20 hours a week, but classes are chronically understaffed so even just to get everything done, let alone if we want to really help our students when they get stuck, we usually have to work more than 20 at a minimum

what this actually means is we work more than we’re technically allowed to and then don’t report our hours to avoid getting in trouble. “exploitative” is a pretty apt word, I think


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