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Q :whats your favorite Justin Bieber song?
JK: *sings Nothing Like Us*
His voice is so pure and beautiful ;-;

❝You see all these “don’t kill yourself” posters up on the wall? They weren’t up before. They put them up because she killed herself. And why did she do it? Because the kids here treated her like shit! But no one wants to admit it, so they paint over the bathrooms and put up a memorial, because that’s the kind of school that this is. Everyone is just so nice until they drive you to kill yourself. And sooner or later, the truth will come out. It’s gonna come out. ❞ - Clay Jensen 🌹

Thank you

I finished up The Adventure Zone the other day and boy howdy was it an emotional ride. The podcast and this good good family mean a lot to me. If you haven’t listened, I’d strongly recommend it. It uh…just finished up, so watch out for spoilers, but I guarantee you’re gonna have a good time.

Less than a year ago, Justin Schultz couldn’t have felt lower as a hockey player. On defense for the Edmonton Oilers, he struggled, lost confidence, struggled more and lost confidence more when his own fans booed him. The snowball grew too big to bear on Feb. 23, when he was minus-3 in a 4-1 home loss to the Ottawa Senators.
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“I didn’t even want to be on the ice,” Schultz said. “I wanted to go crawl in a hole or something.”
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Schultz wasn’t on the ice the next two games. The Oilers scratched him. He was on his couch in his apartment on Feb. 27 when a bunch of friends suddenly texted him at once. Instead of reading the messages, he went straight to Twitter and learned the news:
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He had been traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
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At that moment, it started to change.
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“The first thing I thought was, ‘I’m going to go play with Sidney Crosby,’” Schultz said. “It was pretty exciting.”
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Schultz helped the Penguins win the Stanley Cup last season and signed a one-year contract with them on July 13. With 26 points in 42 games this season, he’s tied for 11th among NHL defenseman in scoring and is on pace for 50 points, which would shatter his NHL career high of 33 set in 2013-14. He’s plus-20, tied for fourth among defenseman and tied for eighth among NHL skaters; he was never better than minus-17 in his first four seasons.
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Same player. Different circumstances.
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“Everything’s just working out well so far,” Schultz said. “I love playing here. So hopefully it keeps going that way.”