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bohemienne-savant:

I’ve noticed that when a Black woman is in an IR relationship, its always her “fault” for dating a man outside her race. No one ever stops to think that maybe it was the man that was chasing after her, or that the attraction was mutual. Its just too hard to believe that Black women can be (and are) seen as beautiful by other races, right?  

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chanel-and-louboutins:

me-and-you-just-us-two-xoxo:

Hey guys, this little angel lives in my area and just went through her first round of chemo without her mom by her side because she’s pregnant and can’t be around the radiation. This angel isn’t doing so well so I’m asking to please pray for her. Please reblog to spread this around to get more prayers from everybody. The power of prayer is amazing. Thanks.

Pray for this beautiful angel 🙌😔💗

chanel-and-louboutins:

me-and-you-just-us-two-xoxo:

Hey guys, this little angel lives in my area and just went through her first round of chemo without her mom by her side because she’s pregnant and can’t be around the radiation. This angel isn’t doing so well so I’m asking to please pray for her. Please reblog to spread this around to get more prayers from everybody. The power of prayer is amazing. Thanks.

Pray for this beautiful angel 🙌😔💗

Anonymous asked:

Military family's get health care at no cost to them also housing at fraction of the cost. When anyone is deployed the family get more money in the length of the deployment. Military helps out family's if they want to buy a house or car. They also get food and clothing cheaper as well. I know this because I have some family in the military. Just a saying. Some people don't get/help for health care and have to pay out pocket same goes for housing/rent.

I come from a military family my dad retired at 21 yrs and my mom got out to go back to school to become a registered nurse. During that time my dad was an E6 and my mom still had to get a part time job for us to not be completely broke. We only went out to eat on special occasions we ate a lot of hamburger helper and canned green beans in those days. My sister is in the Air Force. Yes people in the military get basic housing allowance if they aren’t living in military housing but the BHA is based off of the city they they are living in price of living. My sister is stationed in South Dakota and her BHA is $1200 a month and her rent is $1300 a month for a 2bedroom house that needs fixing (and they had to find the place themselves)her and her husband have two kids and he just got out the Air Force. They are on a waiting list for military housing but there’s no guarantee they will get on it. So yes there is military housing (which if there is available space they will help you but if not you have to find your own place)but there isn’t enough housing for the amount of people in the military so a lot of them can’t get it and the BHA is never enough for a family to pay rent on. But their rent isn’t a fraction of the cost because they are in the military. And the only thing the military helped out with when my sister bought her new car is she got it through the PX/BX so there wasn’t any taxes on it. As far as getting clothing and food cheaper that’s only if they shop on post at the commissary and PX and the only difference is there isn’t any taxes on it but that’s it and that’s not a big difference in prices. Most people in the military still shop at the mall and Walmart and stuff so they still pay regular prices for stuff. And yes they pay more if you are deployed because well if you’re deployed to a warzone there’s a chance you’ll die. Not only that but they are taking a family member away so instead of two parents there is no one trying to juggle a household while the spouse is deployed. Versus a spouse leaving of their own accord.

And Tricare is the bomb so yes the healthcare for people in the military is great but all full time employees at any job are offered healthcare. And there is CHIP for people of low income to have assistance with healthcare for their children.

All I was saying in my post is yes minimum wage should go up but not to $15 dollars an hour because they are professions that require certification and going to school(certain jobs in the medical field)and they barley make that much and their jobs are way more harder than flipping burgers.

viixiv-xxxii

Anonymous asked:

I'm married and I'm messing with a married man. A few days ago he told me he has caught feelings. I did fall in love with him but I can't bring myself to tell him in fear that he may be playing with my emotions. We've been messing around for almost three years, is it possible he is telling the truth?

kingjaffejoffer answered:

It’s possible. But you shouldn’t get a divorce because you caught feelings for the person you’re cheating with. Here’s why:

This analogy may seem weird at first, but humor me for a second. 

You know how children always love their aunts and uncles? Aunts and uncles are fun because they buy you stuff, they’re always happy to see you. They’re not always on your case about shit like your parents. 

Aunts and Uncles are fun because they only have to see you when they want to. They don’t have to deal with you 24hrs a day, feed you, clothe you, discipline you, make you do homework. They aren’t your parents so they don’t have the responsibility of the dirty work. That’s why they seem so great.

This nigga you’re cheating with is an “uncle”. 

He’s not tasked with the dirty work. Managing bills with you, running a home with you. Smelling your period farts when its that time of the month. Seeing you looking busted when you take that sew in out and don’t have any makeup on. 

Your husband deals with that shit on the daily. Your husband represents real life and the not-so-fun things that come with it. That’s why the side nigga seems so great. Your side nigga is a vacation from the responsibilities in your real life. 

I’m not telling you not to cheat. I’m just telling you not to throw away your marriage for greener pastures. Because if you do… your side nigga won’t be the “uncle” anymore… Things won’t be so great. And you might regret your decision. 

thesoultape94:

BRUH….

This nigga really broke it down

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I saw this on Facebook  and I had to agree with some of it. I work as a CNA in a big city and I work at one of the most expensive retirement community/nursing facility. Most CNAs make $9-13 an hour taking care of people’s grandparents/parents starting off. Most LVN/LPN(license vocational/practical nurses make anywhere from $17-21 an hour starting out. To be a CNA you need a months worth of certification classes and have to pass the state test. To be an LVN/LPN you have to go to school for two years and also pass the state licensing exam.

So you mean to say that people who don’t even have to have a high school diploma can make almost as much as someone with an associate degree? 

High school teachers on average across the 50 states make anywhere from $29,000-$40,000 starting off a year so there are some teacher who are educating our youth who would make less than fast food workers if they raised minimum wage to $15.

Not only that but the point made in this post about how much people in the military make and comparing it to how much someone working full time getting $15 an hour. 

So unless wages go up for everyone else I doubt they will nationally raise the minimum wage to $15. Plus if they do things will cost more groceries will cost more of the minimum wage goes up. 

I’ve worked a fast food job before backs when minimum wage was $5.85 and I also worked two jobs one at $7.25 and the other paid $10 and went to school full time and it was a struggle. I think at most it should go up to $9-10 because you don’t need any extra training/schooling to do minimum wage jobs.

And there are some places at least were I live that pay more than the minimum wage starting out. The McDonald’s starts off at 9.50 and the dominos offers the drivers $15 because they have to burn their gas driving all over the place and traffic is a bitch sometimes.

So yes I do think the minimum wage should go up BUT not to $15.

I saw this on Facebook and I had to agree with some of it. I work as a CNA in a big city and I work at one of the most expensive retirement community/nursing facility. Most CNAs make $9-13 an hour taking care of people’s grandparents/parents starting off. Most LVN/LPN(license vocational/practical nurses make anywhere from $17-21 an hour starting out. To be a CNA you need a months worth of certification classes and have to pass the state test. To be an LVN/LPN you have to go to school for two years and also pass the state licensing exam.

So you mean to say that people who don’t even have to have a high school diploma can make almost as much as someone with an associate degree?

High school teachers on average across the 50 states make anywhere from $29,000-$40,000 starting off a year so there are some teacher who are educating our youth who would make less than fast food workers if they raised minimum wage to $15.

Not only that but the point made in this post about how much people in the military make and comparing it to how much someone working full time getting $15 an hour.

So unless wages go up for everyone else I doubt they will nationally raise the minimum wage to $15. Plus if they do things will cost more groceries will cost more of the minimum wage goes up.

I’ve worked a fast food job before backs when minimum wage was $5.85 and I also worked two jobs one at $7.25 and the other paid $10 and went to school full time and it was a struggle. I think at most it should go up to $9-10 because you don’t need any extra training/schooling to do minimum wage jobs.

And there are some places at least were I live that pay more than the minimum wage starting out. The McDonald’s starts off at 9.50 and the dominos offers the drivers $15 because they have to burn their gas driving all over the place and traffic is a bitch sometimes.

So yes I do think the minimum wage should go up BUT not to $15.