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Yu-Jen Chang
Faith, Family, Service
Faith, Family, Service
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yeah, I think I'm against that.

(random chinglish on a pressure cooker box)
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Too many people think that offering an apology makes everything okay. This is not true, especially when the offending behavior is repeated time and again. An apology is not a get-out-of-jail-free card. People are responsible for their actions. If you have behaved badly, hurt someone, or made a mistake, do apologize. But then make sure you change the behavior that required it in the first place.

Image: http://bit.ly/2GgweQR #apologies #changebehavior #kurtstips
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"IF HE'S OUT THERE...WE'LL FIND HIM"

A classic.
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How many people are locked up for a drug offense? We know that almost half a million people are locked up because of a drug offense. The data confirms that nonviolent drug convictions are a defining characteristic of the federal prison system, but play only a supporting role at the state and local levels. While most people in state and local facilities are not locked up for drug offenses, most states’ continued practice of arresting people for drug possession destabilizes individual lives and communities. Drug arrests give residents of over-policed communities criminal records, which then reduce employment prospects and increase the likelihood of longer sentences for any future offenses.
https://www.prisonpolicy.org/reports/pie2017.html
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