Actually found the time to go back to school and classes to better himself as a people person (he was somewhat antisocial). Pounded the pavement meeting with dozens of potential clients himself with nothing but a bunch of business cards, a PowerPoint, and a few samples. He just recently started turning a tiny profit after nearly a decade of losses or break even years..
My brother suffers from schizophrenia and DID, he refuses to seek help and its really taking a toll on my family. He isn healthy and has been threatening to injure himself and others. I called the police twice in the past month, where he has been committed to a hospital for evaluation.
When The Learning Channel was first founded in 1972, it was dedicated to airing informative/instructional shows whose prime focus was on providing the public with real education through the medium of TV. They held onto this proud tradition until around the 90’s, when they began to intersperse their documentary themed programing with slightly more dumbed down shows about home improvement and crafting. These shows, while still bad and primarily directed toward housewives and AARP members, were still technically of an educational value, though, so we’ll go ahead and let them slide..
Who defines hate speech? That was the whole issue, and they’ve proved the concern has merit. They aren’t allowing free speech, you can’t look at this one instance and say “oh, looks like they like free speech now” when the other side is forcibly silenced.This is the polar opposite of free speech if you look at it in context, and a good example of why the first amendment is so important.M37h3w3 16 points submitted 7 days agoNot only because they are violent but because they are violating the rule of law, in peace time, and targeting “Nazis”. The key difference between a Nazi and a “Nazi” is that the latter is a slanderous/libelous term hurled at you to discredit you because you don toe the regressive line.I think Antifa is bad because they trashed a school campus and burned school property to shut down a speaker before continuing to riot in the streets doing untold amount of damage to property and random people in the streets.
Musician wins suit against ex who sabotaged his scholarshipA woman has been ordered to pay more than $200,000 to her ex boyfriend for sabotaging his opportunity at a prestigious scholarship because she didn want him to leave. Eric Abramovitz, currently with the Nashville Symphony in Tennessee, is a Canadian clarinetist who in 2013 applied to study at Los Angeles Coburn Conservatory of Music. According to the lawsuit filed in Canada Ontario Superior Court of Justice, he had been studying the clarinet since he was seven years old and had won many awards.