Now how is it we hold an NFL player to a higher standard than those assigned to protect and serve?
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when you ask someone what’s up and they answer “the sky”


when you ask someone where they are and they say “in my skin”


when you ask someone…

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Please don’t ever try to learn how to rub a clit from porn.

I repeat, please don’t EVER try to learn how to rub a clit from porn.

porn clit rubbing looks like they’re trying to scrub burnt food off a frying pan

Don’t learn anything from porn.

It’s all overexaggerated for show. Real sex does not work like that.

Do not learn pizza delivery from porn.

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Shirley Horn (May 1, 1934 – October 20, 2005).
American jazz singer, pianist; she collaborated with many jazz greats including Miles Davis, influencing each other; Dizzy Gillespie, Toots Thielemans, Ron Carter, Carmen McRae, Wynton Marsalis and others.
She was most noted for her ability to accompany herself with nearly incomparable independence and ability on the piano while singing. She was nominated for nine Grammy Awards during her career, winning in 1999 for Jazz Vocal Album for “I Remember Miles”, a tribute to her friend and encourager.
Preferring to perform in small settings, as with her trio, she recorded with orchestra too, as on the 1992 album “Here’s to life”, which is highly rated by her fans, the title song being generally considered as her signature song. A video documentary of Shirley’s life and music was released at the same time as “Here’s To Life” and shared its title.
She was officially recognized by the 109th US Congress for “her many achievements and contributions to the world of jazz and American culture”, and performed at The White House for several U.S. presidents. Shirley was awarded an honorary Doctor of Music degree from the Berklee College of Music in 2002. She was awarded the National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters Award in 2005., the highest honors that the United States bestows upon jazz musicians.
She had been battling breast cancer and diabetes when she died from complications of a massive stroke.

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