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yulin dog eating festivali keep seeing petitions and whatever about ~Banning the yulin dog eating festival forever~ but i wonder if people understand 1)the cultural value of this festival and 2)the fact that that isnt a matter of some petition.gov link and 3) how horribly disrespectful it is to go ahead and say Ban the Whole Thing. this entire event that is historically important to many chinese peopleyulin dog eating festival by 98buick
its very... hypocritical to see meat eaters (me being one of them) get upset at people eating dogs. or joke about how chinese people eat dogs. or otherwise joke about something that we deem "foreign" and "strange." i know that dogs are pets in western countries but some people in the us hunt and kill rabbits or game birds and Nobody Complains about it.
i also understand that the dogs are most often treated with cruelty, but youd think that because of that it would become a matter of slaughtering the dogs in a more humane way...and just saying a lot of meat that we eat is typically not that humanely raised or sla
ProcrastinationMaybe tomorrow. Let's do it tomorrow.Procrastination by Peghan
No. Not tomorrow, nothing ever gets done tomorrow.
Then how about today? I don't want to do it today, but I will if you want me to.
Don't bother, nobody ever notices what happens today.
Okay.... Then what about yesterday? What if I did it yesterday?
Perfect. Everything that ever happened, anything that ever happened in all the world, it all happened yesterday.
Yesterday. Do it yesterday.
Procrastination 101Procrastination 101 by MidnightSnacker
The Five Stages of Procrastination
1. Unsupported Optimism
This is where the person believes that even though they have a project that was meant to take them a month to complete, they can start and finish it in the few days before the deadline. They are convinced that it will not be too challenging, and should only take a few days of hard work to get through. It is also known in medical circles as 'Delusion'.
2. Extreme Frustration
In this next stage, the person realizes that the said project or assignment does actually take a long time, and that there was a good reason they were given such a long time to do it in. In some cases this is also where the person realizes that it is actually a lot harder than expected, and now they are, to put it in slang, "screwed". This leads to the next stage…
3. Long-overdue Desperation
After their anger (at the lecturer, the assignment, and sometimes, even themselves) has cooled down, the person moves into the state of desperation. This involves