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ID #68613

Name: Jared
Age: 18 in June
Country: United States

Ever since I was little I loved talking about myself, and I can talk about myself for hours and what I like and what I dislike and my views and standings on certain issues. I have a really open mind and I try to be a positive force in as many people’s lives as possible. Even though I like talking about myself, I’ve been told I can be a good listener, and I’m usually quiet in class unless I have something meaningful to say.
I really like sports, so like football, basketball, and baseball, and my favorite sport is baseball. I play some computer games when I can, but I also enjoy reading books and time to myself. I like most types of music besides any of this new age rap junk. I listen to classic rock, chill beats, jazz, classical, rap, power ballads, and I’m open to new types of course. I’m a vegetarian, but I don’t detest or look down at people that eat meat (as some would guess).
I’m a bi-romantic asexual, basically meaning that sex is on the lowest priority for me as far as relationships go. Quality time is my main love language so I would take a good hang out over a quick sex session. I lean towards non-binary people, not as like “Oh man they’re soooo hot, I just can’t get enough” but more as like “Wow that’s so cool that they have the courage and the confidence to be who they wanna be, and they look good as their true self” I pretty much hate my gender tbh, like why are most of the guys I see on the internet horny, sweaty, hairy, unemployed men? It just sucks that most people have to take extra precautions when interacting with people on the internet because of men like that. Just speaking from experience.
As a male, it’s harder for me to express my interests in things like writing, flowers, floral fabrics and designs, animals, feelings, and art with other males ore even people in my friend group. Consequently my best friends are girls, which is perfectly fine with me. I think having a pen pal is a great way to form a really cool friendship with someone in a way that is more interactive and meaningful than just texting a random person on the platonic page of craigslist.
If you haven’t already noticed by now, I enjoy writing in all forms. And when they said I could type as much as I wanted, I took them seriously. Thanks for reading all of this if you did. I really appreciate it.

Preferences: Someone around my age so 17-19 of any gender

Real-Life Action Heroes: The 5 Most Heroic Individual Battlefield Feats In The History Of War

War is brutal and horrifying, but every now and then, individual soldiers act so courageously in the face of death and bloodshed that their brave actions get remembered for decades, and even centuries, afterward. Here are the five most heroic individual battlefield feats in the history of war.

1. U.S. soldier Charles Pack shoots a clutch free throw in the annual United States Army vs. ISIS basketball game: Every year, American and ISIS soldiers put down their guns and pick up a basketball to determine who’s the more powerful squad. And in 2015, Pfc. Charles Pack hit a free throw with only two seconds left to put the U.S. team up for good, crushing ISIS’ hopes for a major strategic victory over the United States.

2. Soviet sniper Sergei Vasiliev kills 17 Nazi soldiers in a conga line with one shot during the Battle of Stalingrad: With only one bullet left in his magazine and 17 heavily armed Nazis marching toward him, Sergei Vasiliev had to think fast. He began humming an infectious Cuban ditty, which caused the fighters to form a conga line and allowed Vasiliev to fire a single shot that dispatched them all and earned him 17 medals.

3. British soldier Carol Sweeney has the idea to start a T-shirt company while surrounded by al-Qaida: In Iraq, circa 2005, Pvt. Carol Sweeney was surrounded by al-Qaida militants completely by herself. Thinking quickly, Sweeney decided to start her own custom T-shirt company right there on the spot. Al-Qaida was so impressed by her entrepreneurial spirit that they not only let her go, but loaned her $20,000 to help get it off the ground.

4. U.S. Gen. John Pershing leads the attack on the Western Front during World War I even though he wasn’t really feeling it that day: No one was expecting much from Gen. Pershing during the day he really wasn’t feeling it. Even his soldiers talked about how they were expecting to die that day, but somehow, despite waking up groggy and just feeling awful in a general sense, Pershing powered through and led the attack on the Western Front to perfection.

5. Nazi Pvt. Johannes Wald defeats eight Allied battalions with a pistol, which we don’t talk about as much. ’Cause yikes: During World War II, Johannes Wald was a lowly foot soldier, who—oh boy—volunteered for the German army the moment the war broke out and defended an entire Bavarian village armed with nothing but a standard-issue handgun, while shouting—you’re not going to like this—“I love Hitler!” Historians don’t tend to bring it up, because, you know, it’s very bad to be a Nazi, and typically it sucks when they win anything. But you’ve got to hand it to Johannes here: This was some straight-up Rambo business.

ID #49213

Name: Spencer

Age: 15

Country: USA

Hey im pretty lonely and I was looking for a friend I can be close with. Alright, so I played the violin since I was 5 and I recently won a competition. I watch game of thranes, I play basketball, and I play some video games. Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaa so bye,

Preferences:  Hey, so 14-19 can really pm me. Any gender, any race, alien, what not. Just don’t be older than 19. I’m kind of quiet but we can skype or email or whatever

Charles “Chuck” Taylor (born June 24, 1901) was a basketball player for the Akron Firestones. He liked what he saw in the Converse All Star shoe so much that in 1921 he joined the Converse sales team and became a player (and later, coach) for the Converse All-Stars, the company’s industrial league basketball team.⠀

Throughout his career with Converse, Taylor traveled all across the United States hosting basketball clinics and promoting the All Star shoe. His personal salesmanship put his imprint on the sport at all team levels. But the Converse Corporation also bestowed something else on him. Because he was so successful in promoting Converse All Stars, as well as making important changes in the design of the shoe, the name “Chuck Taylor” was added to the ankle patch in 1932 — and so the “Chuck Taylor” All Star basketball shoe was born! And because of his tireless efforts promoting the sport, Charles “Chuck” Taylor was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1968. https://www.instagram.com/p/BVvX_8RlfRr/


The two greatest (in my opinion) get recognized by POTUS.

To anybody who was curious, a list of everybody who accepted the Ice bucket challenge by ALS

Felipe Melo de Carvalho[19]
Alex Nicolao Telles[20]
JJ Abrams[21]
David Alaba[22]
Jessica Alba[23]
Robbie Amell[24]
Stephen Amell[25]
Carmelo Anthony[26]
Sean Astin[27]
Iggy Azalea[28]
Victoria Azarenka[29]
Steve Ballmer[30]
Hakan Kadir Balta[31]
Elizabeth Banks[32]
Travis Barker[33]
John Barrowman[34]
Dave Bautista[35]
William Beckett[36]
David Beckham[37]
Nikki Bella[38]
Gary Bettman[39]
Jeff Bezos[40]
Jessica Biel[41]
Paul Bissonnette[42]
Jack Black[43]
Matt Bomer[44]
Jon Bon Jovi[45]
David Boreanaz[46]
JR Bourne[47]
Sergey Brin[48]
Chris Brown[49]
David Bryan[50]
Luke Bryan[51]
Dez Bryant[52]
Kobe Bryant[53]
Charlie Carver[54]
Max Carver[55]
Osric Chau[56]
Chris Christie[3]
CM Punk[57]
Emre Çolak[58]
Lily Collins[59]
Holly Marie Combs[60]
Harry Connick Jr.[61]
Tim Cook[62]
Dick Costolo[63]
Sidney Crosby[64]
Russell Crowe[65]
Kaley Cuoco[66]
Vin Diesel[67]
Novak Djokovic[68]
Shannen Doherty[60]
Robert Downey Jr.[69]
Hilary Duff[71]
Lena Dunham[72]
Kevin Durant[73]
Dale Earnhardt Jr.[74]
Ansel Elgort[75]
Jimmy Fallon[78]
Anthony Fantano[79]
Lou Ferrigno[80]
Fifth Harmony[81]
Nathan Fillion[82]
Mark Fischbach[83]
Darren Fletcher[84]
Foo Fighters[85]
Rob Ford[86]
Jason David Frank[87]
The Game[88]
Jason Garrett[89]
Martin Garrix[90]
Bill Gates[91]
Steven Gerrard[92]
Ricky Gervais[93]
Selena Gomez[94]
Mario Götze[95]
Topher Grace[96]
Seth Green[97]
Josh Groban[98][99]
Grant Gustin[100]
Jenna Bush Hager[101]
Lucy Hale[102]
John Harbaugh[103]
Calvin Harris[104]
Steve Harvey[105]
Colton Haynes[106]
Garrett Hedlund[107]
Tricia Helfer[108]
Chris Hemsworth[109]
Tom Hiddleston[110]
Steve Higgins[111]
Tyler Hoechlin[112]
Mark Hoppus[113]
Niall Horan[114]
Derek Hough[115]
Bob Iger[116]
Hugh Jackman[107]
Lebron James[117]
Bobby Jindal[118]
Don Johnson[119]
Dwayne Johnson[120]
Adam Jones[103]
Jacoby Jones[103]
Phoenix Jones[121]
Anna Kendrick[122]
Ethel Kennedy[8][123]
Angelique Kerber[29]
Gayle King[124]
Alex Kirk[125]
Jemima Kirke[126]
Vincent Kompany[127]
Mike Krzyzewski[128]
Ashton Kutcher[129]
Lady Gaga[130]
Larry the Cable Guy[131]
Zachary Levi[132]
Adam Levine[133]
Damian Lillard[134]
Dov Lipman[135]
Sabine Lisicki[29]
Samantha Logan[136]
Eva Longoria[137]
Jennifer Lopez[138]
Demi Lovato[139]
Stephen Lunsford[141]
Rachel Maddow[143]
Kate Mara[144]
Rooney Mara[107]
Bam Margera[146]
Ricky Martin[147]
Marissa Mayer[148]
Gates McFadden[149]
Stephanie McMahon[150]
Vince McMahon[151]
Levi Miller[107]
Sania Mirza[152][153]
The Miz[154]
Chloë Moretz[155]
Jennifer Morrison[156]
Jason Mraz[157]
Elon Musk[158]
Satya Nadella[159]
Gary Neville[160]
New England Patriots[161]
Ozzie Newsome[103]
New York Islanders[162]
New York Mets[163]
New York Jets[164]
Neymar Jr[165]
Bud Norris[103]
Conan O'Brien[166]
Keith Olbermann[167]
David Ortiz[168]
David Otunga[169]
Alexander Ovechkin[170]
Furkan Özçal[171]
Diamond Dallas Page[172]
Larry Page[48]
Brad Paisley[173]
Jim Parsons[174]
Lana Parrilla[175]
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova[29]
Bo Pelini[176]
Missy Peregrym[177]
Markus Persson[178]
Troy Polamalu[179]
Mike Portnoy[180]
Tyler Posey[181]
Chris Pratt[182]
Fatima Ptacek[183]
Monica Puig[29]
Milos Raonic[185]
Jerry Reese[186]
Susanna Reid[187]
Tara Reid[188]
Emily Bett Rickards[106]
Rob Riggle[78]
Nicole Ritchie[23]
Jake Roberts[172]
Laura Robson[29]
Holland Roden[189]
Aaron Rodgers[190]
Ben Roethlisberger[191]
Seth Rollins[192]
Tony Romo[52]
Cristiano Ronaldo[193]
Gavin Rossdale[23]
Emmy Rossum[194]
Mickey Rourke[195]
Ronda Rousey[196]
Jordan Rudess [197]
Katee Sackhoff[198]
Cody Saintgnue[199]
Horatio Sanz[78]
Gabe Saporta[200]
Philip Schiller[201]
Jim Schmitt[202]
Paul Scholes[203]
Patrick Schwarzenegger[204]
Robert Scoble[205]
Ryan Seacrest[206]
Ed Sheeran[207]
William Shatner[208]
Buck Showalter[103]
Choi Siwon[209]
Karina Smirnoff[210]
Shepard Smith[211]
Torrey Smith[103]
Trey Songz[212]
Britney Spears[213]
Jamie Lynn Spears[214]
Tori Spelling[215]
Phil Spencer[216]
Steven Spielberg[217]
Brent Spiner[218][149]
Gwen Stefani[219]
Sloane Stephens[29]
Martha Stewart[220]
Lindsey Stirling[221]
Daniel Sturridge[222]
PK Subban[223]
Zoe Sugg[224]
Taylor Swift[225]
Joanna Garcia Swisher[226]
George Takei[227]
Bella Thorne[229]
Justin Timberlake[231]
Tico Torres[232]
Triple H[233]
Michael Trucco[234]
Justin Tucker[103]
Shania Twain[235]
Carrie Underwood[237]
Gabrielle Union[238]
United States Men’s National Basketball Team[239]
Keith Urban[240]
Jenna Ushkowitz[241]
Wilmer Valderama[129]
Iyanla Vanzant[242]
Eddie Vedder[243]
Meredith Vieira[244]
Diane Von Furstenberg [245]
Kerry Washington[246]
Heather Watson[29]
Lil Wayne[247]
Johnny Weir[248]
Russell Westbrook[249]
Dana White[250]
Ron White[251]
Oprah Winfrey[252]
Anna Wood[253]
Caroline Wozniacki[29]
“Weird Al” Yankovic[254]
Burak Yılmaz[255]
Mark Zuckerberg[256]