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Paranoid Stereotypes Redefined

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Brooke

Southbridge, MA
United States
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I give things away to those in need I help... Like the homeless. I support everyone. I can not hate I have tried and I find it a blessing that I cant...
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I think this is important i have seen this booth at the Pride Parade and i believe it has a lot of potential (:

Dave

Worcester, MA
United States
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I went to cash my paycheck from work at a local store and the store employee gave me more money than the check was written for. Instead of keeping the extra money I returned it to the store.

Sarah

United States
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I'm one of those people who's an all-around do-gooder. For example, even though people say you shouldn't give money to panhandlers on the street, I'll try to give a little money if I have some handy, because you just never really know what their situation is. I volunteer for various causes, and am concerned about information security and the right to free expression on the internet.
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People are always judged by others and judging me in real life. Women are particularly subjected to artificially manufactured standards of beauty, and often judge each other, too! Do we REALLY need to extend all of this judgment and cruelty to the internet? I don't think so!

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