LOVE HIM. LOVE THE PEOPLE WHO JOIN IN.
UNSTOPPABLE – love like you’ve never been hurt and dance like nobody’s watching you… a classic example of how one half naked dancing dude can get an entire party jumping in under three minutes. Shot at the Sasquatch Festival 2009.
SO, THESE TWO 20TH CENTURY LEGENDS SPLIT TWO YEARS AGO AND THAT IS THAT. THEY DID NOT HIRE P.R. TYPES TO ‘SPIN’ THE SPLIT FOR THEM. THEY DID NOT EMAIL THE MEDIA TELLING THEM ABOUT THEIR CHANGE IN CIRCUMSTANCE. THEY DID NOT DO COVER STORIES TALKING ABOUT THE ‘PAINFUL SPLIT’ THEY DID NOTHING. THIS IS NORMAL. THIS IS HOW ‘HEALTHY HUMANS’ BEHAVE. THIS IS CLASS.
THIS MAKES SENSE. FROM LIVE SCIENCE…..
Strangers can “see” a persons trustworthy genes through their behaviors, suggests a new study finding that a single genetic change makes a person seem more compassionate and kind to others.
The gene in question is the “love hormone,” or oxytocin, receptor. A single change in the receptor can result in higher or lower empathy, or how much you can emotionally relate to others. These changes can be detected by strangers from just 20 seconds of soundless video; these strangers could literally see the person’s genes manifesting in their behavior.
Our genes are made of bases, called nucleotides, which come in four types: A, T, C, and G. Researchers have found that switching out a single A to a G on the “love hormone” receptor can have profound effects on behavior. A person with two copies of this A-to-G mutation (one from each parent) report having more empathy.
WHEN I WAS TWENTY MY SISTER GAVE BIRTH TO MY FIRST NEPHEW. AS I KNEW I WAS NEVER GOING TO HAVE CHILDREN SHE GAVE ME THE AMAZING OPPORTUNITY TO CARE FOR HIM WHILE SHE WENT BACK TO WORK. I LEARNT SO MUCH ABOUT MYSELF. NOT ALL GOOD. ONE DAY HE WOULD NOT STOP CRYING AND I COULD FEEL MY ANGER RISING. BUT I LOOKED DOWN AT HIS LITTLE CHUBBY CHEEKS AND THE ANGER WENT AWAY. HOW CAN PEOPLE HURT CHILDREN, BOTH PHYSICALLY AND SEXUALLY? WHY DOES IT HAPPEN SO OFTEN? AND WHY DO PEOPLE NOT STOP THIS IF THEY CAN? WHAT KIND OF WORLD ARE WE LIVING IN WHEN PEOPLE WITNESS THESE CRIMES AND DO NOTHING?
THIS WRITING FROM ‘W.R.R.’ OR @RagMan_RIP AS HE IS KNOWN ON TWITTER NEEDS TO BE READ BY EVERYONE AND SHARED AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.
I DID A STORY ON THE PENN STATE HORROR WHICH W.R.R. SAID WELL THIS………
RagMan_RIP W.R.R. Tepes
I CANNOT STOP CRYING THAT IS SO SILLY. HE HAS THE COURAGE TO SHARE HIS STORY AND IF THAT MAKES ONE PERSON, MAYBE YOU, HELP SOMEONE, I SHALL DANCE FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE.
At 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 27, Jeff Seamans driving through Rapid City with his wife and stepdaughter on their way to Montana. Seamans was a passenger in the car when he went into cardiac arrest; his wife called 911 for help.
Officer Kathleen Callery was the first officer on scene, and was quickly joined by Officer Chris Hunt and Officer Michael Frybarger. The trio administered CPR and an AED shock while waiting for an ambulance to arrive. As the officers worked to save Seamans’ life, nurse Laurie Mills drove past the scene. She jumped in to assist the officers, helping to administer chest compressions as medics arrived. EMS took over CPR, and within minutes, Seamans was breathing on his own. Seamans was transported to Rapid City Regional Hospital, where he recovered and was released several days later.
Mills was honored for her assistance with the Community Service Award. Chief Allender also awarded Officers Callery, Hunt, and Frybarger with the Life Saving Medal for their swift response. The Life Saving Medal may be given to officers for an act performed in the line of duty that, through disregard of personal safety or prompt and alert action, results in saving a life.