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Many of us have children. Those of you who do should keep this information filed away in case you need it:

HomeFires Ltd., Volunteer Investigators for Missing Children, is a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization providing pro bono publico private sector investigative assistance to parents of children reported as missing to law enforcement.

Hopefully, you'll never need their assistance, but knowing the free service is available may save your child's life one day.

#privateinvestigator   #personalsecurity  
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Outrageous.
 
Babysitter Beats Baby Black and Blue, Admits It, Authorities Drop the Case for “Lack of Evidence” http://rgn.bz/Yv03

We live in a country where, as a parent, you could get your children taken away from you if you let them play outside without direct supervision.

However, if your babysitter smacks your toddler across the face so hard the entire right side of the baby’s face is left black and blue and swollen, giving him a black eye, and you take your baby to the hospital and the doctor then shows you the handprints, which there are copious pictures of, and even a detective who investigates the evidence says the impact of the smack could’ve killed the baby, not to mention the guy who beat the baby in the first place even admits he did it…

Well…

The case gets dropped for “lack of evidence”.

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+Sam Alexander same.
Exactly the same feelings. 
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First, the New York Times ran an article full of helpful tips for employers dealing with Millennial employees. Then Slate took issue with…
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It proposes some big updates to credit reporting.
Bad credit can haunt you for years. It affects everything from your home purchase to your bills to renting an apartment. Some employers even check your report before hiring you. A newly proposed bill aims to improve the system.
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Be nice if they would. I blew one debt in 2008, and it wiped out 30 years of good credit.
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If they legalize it here I imagine our new prime minister will use the tax revenue to fund research into finding a cure for dry mouth, munchies and glazed eyes.
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Ignorance is not an excuse. Stop getting your info from clickbait morons.
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I was trying to think of how I would have phrased my response when working in IT.
....after laughing my ass off until I was crying.

I'm not sure what I'd say, but it would definitely be via email or something, because there is no way I'd be able to keep a straight face or laughter out of my voice if I replied on the phone or in person. Lol
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UCLA researchers now have the first evidence that bacteria ingested in food can affect brain function in humans. In an early proof-of-concept study of healthy women, they found that women who regularly consumed beneficial bacteria known as probiotics through yogurt showed altered brain function, both while in a resting state and in response to an …
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Yesterday was so cool. We went hiking at Tonto Natural Bridge, and then went fossil hunting at the Indian Garden Paleo site near Payson. :)


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I am a woman, wife, mother, (secular) homeschooler, and my family is the most important thing to me. 

My parenting technique is mostly "free range", and my homeschooling technique is mostly "child led" (though not quite unschooling).
I respect children as people and individuals, and believe that most children are far more intelligent, capable, and wise than we (people, collectively) typically give them credit for.  

I like hiking, camping, leisurely cycling, walking, and generally being outside.

I enjoy photography, Pentax cameras, knitting, crocheting, and making beaded jewelry.

I like helping people in need, and feel a sense of personal responsibility to try to  help people directly.  

I'm interested in nutrition, sustainable living, and learning and teaching my children as much as I can about as many subjects as possible. (and finding the right rescources to help us learn the things I cannot teach)

While I understand the natural desire to label things and people, and to associate with people of like mind, I also believe that if we stop making such an effort to segregate ourselves into groups by race, religion, politics, nationality, gender, ability, etc; we may realize that we are all HUMAN and learn to respect and accept each other as such. 
If we stop fighting for special or better treatment for whatever groups we have chosen to align ourselves with, and instead we all unite to fight for EQUAL treatment and freedom for ALL people, we can make a better world than we or anyone before us has ever experienced. 

I used to think that democracy was pretty great, but as I get older and pay more attention to politics, I think more and more that democracy is the #1 way to ensure that the majority always rules the minority. The only solution I can think of for this problem is to limit government enough so that ALL people have the freedom to live the way they choose (with the caveat that some sort of reprecussions should happen for any person that harms another).
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I'm pretty sure I'm a genuinely good person. That seems like something to brag about considering a lot of people I come in contact with.
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