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This Man Kept Ignoring His Mother For Years Until One Day He Received This Letter. Wow

This Man Kept Ignoring His Mother For Years Until One Day He Received This Letter. Wow

If this was a true story... then the guy is literally the worst person on the planet. Period. I know that this is probably just a made-up story, but even the possibility that this guy could exist disgusts me. Shame on you story-guy!

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It’s time for yet another edition of The Comfort of Thingy-ness (check out Vol I/II/III/IV/V)! I’ve come across some pretty awesome covers lately, and of course wanted to share! What have been some of your recent favorites (cover and books)? Comment away!

It’s time for yet another edition of The Comfort of Thingy-ness (check out Vol I/II/III/IV/V)! I’ve come across some pretty awesome covers lately, and of course wanted to share! What have been some of your recent favorites (cover and books)? Comment away!

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Woman Writes Open Letter to Judge Who Sentenced Her Father to 15 Life Sentences for a Non-Violent First Offense

GPS-Grace Power Strength: An Open Letter To Judge Jean Boyd: Ethan Couch, Drunk Driving & Words Of Love To The Families

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"A major concern of the Family Court Proceedings Reform Bill was the removal of the right of a party to be represented in all Family Court processes, he said. There would be greater inequality because many people who appeared in Family Court were poor and vulnerable."

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GPS-Grace Power Strength: An Open Letter To Judge Jean Boyd: Ethan Couch, Drunk Driving & Words Of Love To The Families.

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