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This is why

Dear Pens/Murray Fans,

When the Flower fans were upset that he didn’t get to play or was pulled from the net and not playing for dozens of games - this is why.

When the Flower fans were shouting for Flower to play in the outdoor game - this is why.

When Flower fans cried when Flower was pulled in game 5 - this is why.

We weren’t delusional, stupid, or ignorant that Flower would be gone after this season. We knew. Murray is the future for the Pens, he’ll wear that Penguins uniform for years. Flower won’t. This is why we’re upset. This is why we’re crying. This is why “supporting both goalies is allowed” sounds really fucking shitty when it’s not your favorite goalie getting traded.

If a society puts half its children into short skirts and warns them not to move in ways that reveal their panties, while putting the other half into jeans and overalls and encouraging them to climb trees, play ball, and participate in other vigorous outdoor games; if later, during adolescence, the children who have been wearing trousers are urged to “eat like growing boys,” while the children in skirts are warned to watch their weight and not get fat; if the half in jeans runs around in
sneakers or boots, while the half in skirts totters about on spike heels, then these two groups of people will be biologically as well as socially different. Their muscles will be different, as will their reflexes, posture, arms, legs and feet, hand-eye coordination, and so on. (…) 


There is no way to sort the biological and social components that produce these differences. We cannot sort nature from nurture when we confront group differences in societies in which people from different races, classes, and sexes do not have equal access to resources and power, and therefore live in different environments.

—  Ruth Hubbard, The Political Nature of “Human Nature”

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Little things that make each type happy

ESFP - Making others smile and enjoy themselves. Seeing the bright side of any situation. Being in good company with loved ones and people who want to have fun. Enjoying life without having to stress about responsibilities. Shared interests. Affection.

INFJ - simple and quiet surprises that show them they are loved. Alone time. Reading. And ultimately being able to serve a greater and very real purpose in life.

ENFJ - when they have provided for their family and friends completely. When they feel appreciated by the people around them, and when they feel loved. People who are patient with them, and aren’t overly demanding. When someone truly listens to the ENFJ and allows them to vent and express themselves.

INFP - having people in their lives who will listen to them and allow them to be themselves without judgement. Listening to music or reading for hours. Time spent with people they care for. In depth conversations. Making people smile. Random acts of kindness. Positive displays of affection. Warm hugs.

ENFP - inspiration. The feeling of being truly connected to others on a deep and meaningful level. Sharing honest and sincere dialogue with other people. The possibilities and beauty that the world around them possesses. Reading. Exploration. Coffee. And maybe a little romance.

INTJ - being allowed to achieve a goal or accomplish a task their own way. Being able to connect with someone who has the same hunger for knowledge that they do. Being around someone who understands them, and appreciates the way that they are. When a well-crafted plan comes together beautifully. Cracking an intellectual puzzle. Good books.

ENTJ - being noticed for their accomplishments and their intelligence. When they have people who are undeniably loyal to them no matter what. Dominating in an intellectual argument. Being able to passionately express their goals and desires. When a plan unfolds smoothly before their very eyes. Honesty. Personal growth. Success.

INTP - feeling like someone understands their intentions. Being able to share their interests with the people they care about without judgement. Being around people who appreciate their sense of humor. Being given space when they need it, being allowed to process their emotions without pressure. The freedom to do what they enjoy. Electronics of varying kinds. Games that are mentally stimulating. Reading. Caffeine.

ENTP - being able to have in depth debates with intelligent people. Being able to banter back and forth without the other person becoming offended. Exploring all the new possibilities that the world has to offer. People who appreciate their unique brand of humor, and who will laugh at their jokes sincerely. Winning. Randomness. Sarcasm.

ISTJ - when they are appreciate for the hard-work that they put into everything they do. When they are noticed for their honesty, dedication and loyalty. Being allowed to have alone time. When others respect their rules and actually listen to them. Gestures and surprises to show they are appreciated. Order. Structure. Honesty.

ESTJ - when people respect their rules and regulations. Being appreciated for what they do and how hard they work for others. People understanding that they aren’t intentionally so harsh, and that they truly care. Efficiency. Television. Having someone else prepare a delicious meal for them.

ISFJ - knowing that their loved ones are cared for and happy. Being able to provide for the people they love. When the people surrounding them are respectful and mindful of others. Nostalgia. A delicious home cooked meal. Quiet time curled up with a good book. Simple comforts. Traditions. Holidays.

ESFJ - feeling like the people they love truly appreciate them and want them around. When people confide in them, and express that they trust them. Being told they did something well, and that others are impressed with them. Taking the pressure off of their loved ones. Making others happy. Being loved unconditionally. Smiling. Love. Compassion.

ISTP - having the freedom to do whatever they want to do. Absorbing as much knowledge as they can, and implementing it in the real world. Being relaxed and not feeling pressured to express themselves. Being able to explore new and fun activities. The outdoors. Video games. Really good food.

ESTP - knowing that others admire them and truly enjoy being around them. Making others laugh, and being made to laugh themselves. Going on adventures. Exploring new and exciting things. Being understood. When people appreciate their knowledge and respect how intelligent they are. Reading. Time to think.

ISFP - being allowed to be themselves freely without judgement. Being reminded that they are loved. Little surprises and gifts from the people they care about. Feeling carefree. Being with loved ones. The little things that many people take for granted. Good music. Warm rain. All things nature.

50 Things To Do For a More Productive Summer

1. Find some work experience 
2. Head to the theatre and indulge in a good ol’ play or, even a musical
3. Plan a local trip or a day in the city and soak up all the culture
4. Volunteer your time once a week to a charity/ shelter
5. See if you can get work as a summer temp
6. Deepen your faith
7. Meet up with family and friends that you haven’t seen for ages, take loads of pictures and have an AWESOME time (how about camping in the New Forest? Or in your back garden? Barbecues or a simple trip to the ice rink)
8. Try curing one of your fears
9. Do a movie marathon
10. Develop or find a new hobby
11. Attempt to create a business with your own innovative idea
12. Do a charity challenge
13. Start taking driving lessons
14. Learn a language
15. Give your room a revamp — how about jars filled with multicoloured or fresh pinecones? A fresh coat of paint? A cluster of assorted candles?
16. Begin your #100daysofhappiness
17. Soak up the sun with a load of picnics, beach trips and outdoor games with your friends
18. Have a wardrobe clear out and donate all the clothes to a local charity shop
19. Pick an actor and watch all the films they’ve been in
20. Start a blog!
21. Get baking and come up with some new creations
22. Make a list of all your skills and everything they’ve taught you
23. Become a dog walker for a neighbour
24. Start saving for something worthwhile …
25. … or blow all your money on some concert tickets (you only live once)
26. Designate a whole day to go without a TV, laptop/ computer, internet, music, phone and any other electric devices
27. Begin writing a novel
28. Make proper lemonade and sip reading your favourite book under a tree
29. Go out for a day with nothing but the things that you can fit in your trouser or cardigan pockets or carry in your hands … OR … with as little as possible
30. Read an entire series of books or pick up some classics and get through them
31. Host a tea party with your friends
32. Make an exercise routine and stick to it (for a month, at least)
33. Watch an entire box set
34. Get rid of your anxiety by writing your worries down on a piece of paper, folding it into a bottle and sending it out to sea
35. Make a scrapbook of your favourite memories
36. Get hooked on a new genre of music or a new artist that hardly anyone has ever heard of
37. Head out to the selection of free festivals and carnivals available throughout the country
38. Make a birthday cake for one of your friends or a member of your family
39. Get active
40. Buy dinner for a homeless person
41. Get your body to your ideal size/ weight
42. Set yourself a budget and see how far you can get on public transport with it
43. Read a collection of children’s books
44. Go to a book signing, find someone famous or attend a celebrity event to get a glimpse of the stars
45. Plan and execute a 3 course meal for yourself or your family
46. Spend a day being a child again
47. Start a diary
48. Spend a day detoxing your body – drinking green tea, eat plenty of fruit and veg, guzzling water and meditating
49. Re-work the way you view yourself
50. Write your bucket list

Poses Sims 4

All tags Sims 4 CC–> Game Mods–> Poses

Pose Player ***

Teleport Any Sim

Animation ALL

Poses ALL

Age & Type

 Quantity

  Objects & Accessory  

Position

Themed & Action  

Holidays    

Cas poses trait Replacement:

Base Game  NEW ***

Get Together Expansion Pack

City Living Expansion Pack

Outdoor Retreat Game Pack

Toddlers  NEW*

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This is syko. He is a 5 year old dane/lab mix. This was his reaction to his new leash longer leash that we set up so that he can run and play frisbee. It is his favorite outdoor game, however not many frisbees make it past the second day🐾. ~anonymous~

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Pink trees! Bottom two rows feature shadows, top two are shadow-free for those who’d like to add their own.

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