2/22/21

Types of Users in this World and Mooch Memes

Make Dat ๐Ÿค‘ Off Everyone Else



 If you want memes about mooches or memes about dirty hustling, you have come to the right place. I used to be used by everyone for everything. I could give hundreds of examples of how both men and women have exploited me for my generosity. 

๐Ÿšซ Anymore Go Find a New Target ๐ŸŽฏ


Then I went through grief then I met someone who showed me the damn light on what the hell I have been doing and who I was around. In this world there are people who have a career of leaching off of the rest of society. Let’s call them “whores” an affectionate term for those completely suck off others known as “targets” ways. Let’s go through the categories. If you have not had this done to you, good. But most likely during a pandemic most have.

  •  Meet food stamp whores-use up your food stamps because they are unable to go to the department of social services and fill out forms

  • House whores- steal your house or use you for housing

  •  Car whores-take your car or make you drive them around all over and have no gas money

  • drug whores-obvious 


  •  Unemployment whores-they borrow money until their check is coming in but it never does.


  • SSD whores-come around when it’s check time it’s around the 22-25 for SSI and 26-38-SSD by the 7th for SSI and by the 10th for SSD the targets money is GONE


 

Some other kinds one may encounter are these types

  • Somebody died inherited shit whores-come around people when someone has died 


  • Your house burned down whores-Come around because they think one has a check from insurance 

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  • Somebody won a lawsuit whores-hear about someone winning a lawsuit and leach onto these people 

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  • Pill whores-

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    Know when someone's script is due and show up  


What are these People 


This photo explains everything in one shot. Above ☝️

I use the word whore meaning a person who is a habitual mooch. You can interchange the word mooch or user if you have to be classy about it and can’t talk openly. They find  targets for various reasons.They really don’t like the target  that much, and they gossip about them. 

This explains everything I’m saying


Then tell their friends about what a target that person is. Then the other mooches in the leaching friend  group will tell the rest. If someone is constantly seeing that people are contacting them from around their general vicinity but they don’t know them, then they are probably a known target for some reason or another.


Mooch fights



Guys will do it to another dude by becoming their friend. Girls do it to girls. Object and need usage is transgender. They are not very good at it. They select targets based upon word of mouth or reading a target's body language.


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Don’t be a Victim of these Scammers



Anyone can become a target if they are in a vulnerable state of mind. If one is grieving or lonely after the funeral-people think one may get an inheritance as soon as someone buried. Some target abused chicks ๐Ÿฃ

I’m Not Picking on Anyone this all Was Me


They use a multitude of tactics.Most of is are guilty of content mooching where they don’t give credit for stuff or don’t look at adds and or complain about it. I content mooched a bit here these aren’t my memes guilty of this.





Most will combine tactics and find regular targets that they can use up until the well is dry and circle to the next. They have regular ones they hustle depending upon need at the time. This is their full time job-


They use emotions and pity to get targets. They find them based on many factors. They use different stories to get what they want and I simply listed every single kind that I have encountered in my life. I wrote down every single type of person I have encountered in my life.



. These are more easy er scams unless they can find a target to do it to a lot. 


  • Those who smoke and can not afford it are cigarette whores. Come over to smoke cigarettes up.

  • If a target is visiting someone they may get a call to pick up a 2 for 5 special of malt liquor white claw or a 99 cent Ice. They have the same tactics of the aforementioned kind but because it costs a bit more they usually have to be friend them. 


2/14/21

What are Nadi Readers

 This was on Quora. I research it that an answered it so I want to share it. It’s exactly how I wrote it

To start I didn’t know anything about it so Ill do my best. Nadi readers is a new term to me. So, that means you have just helped me as a human being gain more knowledge by seeing your question. You peaked my interest. So here is the journey I’m going on. It starts here


Nadi Reading, Nadi Leaf, Identifying Leaves, Thumb Impression Astrology
An expert Nadi reader can tell everything about you. Nadi Reading process includes leaf search, identification process, transcription and translation stages.

Here is what I learned. Nadi Readers originated in India in small and its quoted “temple towns,” in order to find one. These days, however, you can find a nadi reader here online.

It starts with phases and phase one is the female giving her left thumb print and for men the right. This impression goes into something known as a Nadi bundle. Remember, you just taught me this term so my references are included and I highly recommend reading them to find the answer as I’m just the researcher not an expert on this.

Remember I am Answering a Question and Check Sources 

From what I’m reading this might possibly be a site that does it so it’s possibly information that is an advertisement of some sort, so in those instances, you have to pick out the knowledge from the advertising which I’m trying to do. The impression made is a scan on phone or fax as I’m reading on the above mentioned site. Don’t worry, I will get more references for you and ask genuine experts as well because you brought up a topic that might not be known to many. It’s new to me.

After the scan and the bundle the reader then looks more deeply at the leafs. That’s how they spelled it. Then you’re scheduled for a reading or interpretation via a video conferencing call of some type.Some also do it through email or text. It is the thumb print impression that I am getting that is the important part and the genuine readers get their information from that.

It sounds like it’s best to do in person but when answering questions you want to keep them brief from the nadi reader. Yes, no questions are the way to go. This is for purposes of it being more genuine you don’t want to give up too much information. That is one way to determine whether someone is genuine or not.

For example if the reader asks you do you have three or four sisters, you don’t answer that question. That would be leading them into answers. This parts from me basically like when you were going to anyone that’s reading things about you that doesn’t know you and has gifts, volunteering too much information is never a good thing. It is their job to read the information that you have given them, and be brief with responses. You don’t want psychology to play a huge role in this and it can in any kind of spiritual type of reading.

By the way this is the identification process of the Nadi Reading. After this something called an index leaf is identified and it goes thru a process knife as chapters. Here is a sentence directly from the source “First the reader must translate the ancient form of prosaic Tamil from the leaf into modern day Tamil before he can transcribe all of those details into a “Book of Poetry”.Source above☝️

The translator and the reader get together and go over the results. Then they are given to you. It sounds like a really intricate process and something that people should explore more I think because it sounds really interesting. I don’t generally research answers this in depth so I thank you for exercising my brain today.

During this translation stage is when you can ask questions and ask for more clarity. It’s already been read so you can now ask what you need to and give more information if you want. This is what I got from that one site now I will try to find some people that have done it and found it to be legitimate. According to this site they give you a prescription and usually a prescription would be something that is advice or something to help they call it a remedy also for the underlying issues that you have that you sought out this reading in the first place for.

There is also Nadi Astrology and that can be found here.

Nadi Astrology 2021 | Nadi Jyotish | Nadi Reading Online | Online Nadi Reading
Nadi Astrology or Nadi Jyotish is the ancient and divine predictive science that throws light on the past, present and future of an individual.

Remember I am finding things and information whenever you are looking anymore on Bing or Google, usually there is sponsored content so it takes some skills to read through that and find the actual information you were looking for. I’m trying my best to do that.

According to this site

Find Your Palm Leaf
First, is the search. In order for a reader, that is the person who is educated in finding and then reading the palm leaf to you, for him to be able to locate a bundle, which hopefully contains your individual palm leaf, he would need three things: one, your gender, the country of your birth and most importantly, your thumb impression. According to Hinduism, left thumb print for ladies, and right thumbprint for gents. The secret lies in your thumbprint.

Indian Sage’s had the answers to your questions 2000 years ago. That’s not a pun on words of my last name๐Ÿคฃ. It is what I am finding online. This site states that actual Nadi Readers from India will search for your bundles and do the translation that way.

They will then match and read your palm leaf and translate it. I hope we get some good responses to this so that we collectively as a group can answer your question as now my curious cat is coming out and wants to learn more. I hope this helped as an introduction, and now please request from 25 experts to answer if you see this so we can find out more as this is a really interesting topic and I’d love to have someone do a reading for me and then I’d be able to personally verify it’s effectiveness.

2/13/21

Memes About Toilet Paper Courtesy Rules of Refilling Toilet Paper

 Refill Toilet Paper at Home and Away 




Just a reminder, if you use the last piece of toilet paper and a roll you should replace it. I couldn’t believe at a certain place I was at a lot, an old job that entire year not one girl ever changed the toilet paper roll. 


Jesus Would Refill the Toilet Paper

It seems like such a simple task to change toilet paper and yet they would leave rolls all over the place. Replace the roll of toilet paper. To do so is incredibly easy. When the roll of toilet paper is on simply pinch the ends together and push. WWJD. Remember that bracelet? He would refill the toilet paper. 


This Kind of Lazy Is Epic  


You know this guy or girl. They at least attempt to put it on the roll by literally placing the TP on the used brown empty roll. Better than a three piece and bounce kind at least. Still annoying however. 


You Know One of These 

These people just take all the toilet paper and say screw refilling the toilet paper roll in their home with others, a restaurant, or other public place and the worst kind is? The people at work who use up the last of the TP and do not grab another roll. When this continues to happen, create a flier on the last person who uses the bathroom, buys it next if they dong refill the roll. 


The Perfect Bathroom Guest and How they Roll


This is an example of the perfect bathroom guest. Look at how easy it is to pull off the rod? It’s not upside down like this, but this is a long debate on the correct way to hang toilet paper. 

It looks like it’s settled by the 1891 patent that over is the way to replace toilet paper. Remember, this is just for entertainment purposes but to remind you if your “that guy” we know who you are. This article is for you !

Always Remember the 2020 TP Pandemic 


That’s right. It’ll be almost a year in March when the toilet paper shortage of 2020 officially began. There was no toilet paper anywhere and anyone that lived through this doesn’t want to go through it again. Practice gratitude and always refilling the role. If you get it wrong and it’s upside down that’s OK at least you tried. Hopefully this article taught you a little bit about toilet paper courtesy. ๐Ÿ˜

2/10/21

By NCADV Toolkit for Domestic violence Funding for COVID

 


Toolkit for the Fourth COVID-19 Package


To help domestic violence victims, speak to your Members of Congress by cell or regular phone, email, submit op-eds and letters to the editor to your local newspaper, You can also get a hold of  Congress Members through their websites. You can utilize social media, but also call, email, and submit op-eds.


Find Your Local Representative  Information 


You can find your State Senators and their contact information at this link HERE and your Representative and their contact information by clicking HERE. Consider calling their district offices instead of or in addition to their DC offices. You can find Members’ social media profiles at this link HERE


In this toolkit, you will find:


  1. A list of the domestic and sexual violence fields’ priorities for the fourth COVID-19 supplemental funding package

  2. A call script and sample email

  3. A letter to the editor template and op-ed template

  4. Survivor stories and links to local news articles

  5. Links to supporting materials

  6. Sample social media posts


Priorities for the upcoming COVID-19 supplemental appropriations package


The COVID-19 crisis has led to an increase in domestic violence and compounded trauma for survivors of sexual and domestic assault. Both COVID-19 itself and the crisis caused by the pandemic disproportionately impact survivors in communities of color. While both the need for and the expense of providing sexual assault and domestic violence services are increasing, many programs have seen a decrease in donations due to the economic downturn and other COVID-19 related factors. Despite the desparate need for victim services, none of the previous COVID-19 packages signed into law have included funding for sexual violence services, for culturally specific organizations, or for tribes.


Congress cannot ignore the needs of survivors again. In the next COVID-19 package, Congress must:


  1. Provide dedicated funding for culturally-specific organizations that provide domestic violence and sexual assault services; 

  2. Address the needs of survivors by funding sexual assault services;

  3. Prevent drastic cuts to victim services funding that would compromise programs’ ability to meet the increased need caused by COVID-19 without spending taxpayer money by increasing deposits into the Crime Victims Fund and by temporarily waiving match requirements for Victims of Crime Act victim assistance grants.

  4. Provide funding for tribal governments to provide domestic violence and sexual assault services;

  5. Provide more funding for domestic and sexual violence programs through a VAWA formula grant directly to victim service programs;

  6. Ensure that access to safety for immigrant survivors is not compromised by immigration enforcement;

  7. Allow states to make survivors eligible for unemployment insurance if they leave their jobs due to domestic or sexual violence.


Call script and sample email


The call script below can be used as the text of an email, too. The text can be used as-is, or you can make it even more powerful by sharing information about how COVID-19 is impacting survivors in your community. If you don’t have any local information, see if your city or state is on this nonexhaustive list of communities that saw an increase in domestic or sexual violence before mid-June. Be sure to read the source documents included in the list for details! You can also feel free to use any of the survivor or advocate stories found here verbatim in order to illustrate the impact on individual survivors. If you are writing an email, also feel free to include one or more of the fact sheets found here.


“Hello. My name is [your name], and I am a constituent [calling/emailing] from [your location and, if applicable, your program]. COVID-19 disproportionately impacts victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and in Black communities and other communities of color, that impact is compounded by systemic racism. Survivors of sexual assault and survivors from communities of color have been left out of all of the enacted COVID-19 packages so far. Congress must act to support survivors and address their needs - survivors cannot be left out again!


[Insert local information or a survivor story]


“The Senate bill must ensure that funding for critical victim services is not cut! The bill must increase deposits into the Crime Victims Fund and waive match victim assistance match requirements during the COVID-19 crisis - the Crime Victims Fund is not funded by taxpayer money and is a lifeline for many victim service providers. It must also include dedicated funding for culturally-specific organizations, for sexual assault services, and for Tribes. The phase four COVID package should also provide more funding for domestic and sexual violence programs through a VAWA formula grant directly to victim service programs, allow states to provide unemployment insurance for survivors who leave their jobs due to domestic or sexual violence, and restrict immigration enforcement during the COVID-19 emergency. Will you support these provisions to ensure your constituents who are survivors have access to safety and services?”


Letters to the Editor and Op-Eds 


A good op-ed is succinct and makes a point. You have a message to get across to people - focus on that rather than going off on tangents. An op-ed can usually be up to 650 words, and a letter to the editor is usually between 200 and 300 words. Check your newspaper’s policies for specific length information and for submission instructions. Please feel free to use the templates below or write your own from scratch! 


You can make your op-ed or letter to the editor even more powerful by sharing information about how COVID-19 is impacting survivors in your community. If you don’t have any local information, see if your city or state is on this nonexhaustive list of communities that saw an increase in domestic or sexual violence before mid-June. Be sure to read the source documents included in the list for details! You can also feel free to use any of the survivor or advocate stories found here verbatim in order to illustrate the impact on individual survivors.


Letter to the Editor Template:


Dear Editor,

It is time for Congress to stop ignoring the impact of COVID-19 on victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence. None of the previous COVID-19 enacted supplemental appropriations packages has included funding for services for sexual violence, for culturally-specific organizations serving survivors in Communities of Color, or for tribal governments to provide victim services. This is at a time when, due to COVID-19, domestic violence is increasing and survivors of sexual assault are being retraumatized and have significantly more complex needs.

Sexual and domestic violence organizations need more resources in order to be able to help the survivors who walk through their doors, particularly as the cost of providing services increase and donations decrease due to the economic downturn. I call on [insert your Members of Congress] to be champions for provisions in the next COVID package to provide dedicated funding for culturally-specific organizations, to provide supplemental funding for the Sexual Assault Services Program, to increase (nontaxpayer) deposits into the Crime Victims Fund, to fund tribal victim services, to ensure safety for immigrant survivors, and to make survivors eligible for unemployment insurance if they leave their jobs due to violence.

Op-Ed Template:


The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on every facet of life. It has transformed the way that people work, parent, and interact. It changes where people go and who they talk to. In far too many cases, it means that people are unemployed and facing countless economic stressors as well as fear of contracting COVID-19. Due to systemic racism, COVID-19 disproportionately impacts Black communities, Indigenous communities, and other communities of color.

Empirical data show that widespread crises are associated with increases in both the frequency and severity of intimate partner and sexual violence. This is as true of the COVID-19 pandemic as of the great recession, hurricanes, earthquakes, and other natural and human-made disasters. Rates of intimate partner violence are increasing, and people are isolated with their abusers. Sexual assault survivors are being retraumatized and facing more complex traumas. Moreover, the economic crisis puts women at greater risk of sexual coercion, as employers threaten to fire people and landlords threaten to evict people to extort nonconsensual sexual contact.

For example, [add information about your community or use one of the stories below. If you are a survivor or work in the DV/SA field and feel comfortable disclosing, include that information].

Increases in violence and trauma translate into an increased need for services at a time when providing services is more expensive and more complicated. Victim service providers face unprecedented challenges in reaching survivors, requiring them to build out infrastructure to provide remote services and to ensure survivors have the technology to access those services, including providing internet-enabled devices and internet access. To maintain social distancing, domestic violence shelters are providing hotel vouchers, which is far more costly than housing survivors on-site.

While the need for services and the costs of providing such services are increasing, victim service providers have fewer resources. Charitable giving to programs has decreased as unemployment has increased and donors are diverting resources to address other COVID-19-related social ills. Moreover, many sexual assault programs were forced to cancel their April flagship in-person fundraisers due to the need to social distance. The increased need and decreased resources are compounded in communities of color, where programs were already under-resourced and which are disproportionately impacted by both COVID-19 itself and the attendant economic crisis.

Congress has now passed four COVID-19 relief packages, and not a single one of them included funding for sexual assault services, for culturally-specific organizations, or for tribal victim services. Congress’s inaction when faced with a very clear connection between interpersonal violence and COVID-19 is unacceptable. I call on Senators [insert your Senators’ names] and Representative [insert your Representative’s name] to stand up for survivors and push for the following provisions to be included in the next COVID-19 relief package:

  • A fix to increase deposits into the Crime Victims Fund to avoid cuts to federal grants for victim services without spending taxpayer money

  • Funding for culturally-specific organizations providing domestic violence or sexual assault services

  • Funding for sexual assault services

  • More funding for domestic and domestic violence programs through a VAWA grant directly to victim service providers

  • Ensure access to safety, healthcare, and economic supports for immigrant survivors

  • Allow states to make survivors eligible for unemployment insurance if they leave their jobs due to domestic or sexual violence

Senators [insert your Senators’ names] and Representative [Insert your Representative’s name], as a constituent, I call on you to take a stand for your constituents, and do not let Congress ignore the needs of survivors in the next COVID-19 relief package.

Survivor stories and links to local news articles


If you can, it’s important to personalize your advocacy. If you have information about your local community, that’s great! If not, this list has links to local news stories from a number of cities and states nationwide. 

You can also use one or more of the following stories to illustrate the impact of COVID-19 on survivors:


  • “People who are already surviving through trauma and related mental health challenges post-sexual assault/violence are now also struggling to simply survive - pay rent, access food, manage living in close quarters with abusers. We are confronted with trying to meet the needs of survivors in crisis on multiple levels.”

  • A caller to the National Domestic Violence Hotline said they could not file paperwork to remove the abuser from their home, because courts are closed due to COVID-19. Another caller reported that their abuser was using isolation to keep the survivor from family and friends. The abuser had lost their job and got severance pay, but that money has been hidden away from the survivor. The abuser also recently purchased firearms, which gave the survivor even more anxiety.

  • Nu, a Karen (Burmese) speaking advocate at a program that serves Asian and Pacific Islander Survivors in the southern part of the US, describes many of the challenges she and her program have in addressing the safety needs of survivors. One survivor she has been working with is isolated at home with her abusive husband after she lost her job as a dishwasher at a small Asian restaurant that has shut down due to the pandemic. Nu is the only English-speaking point of contact and has been trying to provide counseling support and safety planning. The survivor has been enduring increased beatings from her husband. She is also experiencing increased anxiety and struggling to manage the effects of PTSD that are increasing following her experiences of trauma, including sexual assault, during her migration experience. In addition, she has been afraid to leave the house, because she has heard reports of Asians being attacked because of the coronavirus through others in the community. Her husband has threatened her with deportation, which she is concerned about due to the stories that victims have been arrested at the courthouse.

  • Imagine a Woman of Color who is a survivor of sexual assault and unable to wear a protective mask because the mask reignites the violence and abuse experienced during the assault. Imagine not being able to go anywhere safely during COVID—to get food, medicine, and basic needs for your family. Culturally specific Communities of Color agencies are providing support such as delivering groceries to these survivors.  But they need your support to sustain their life saving efforts.

  • In Pennsylvania, like many places around the country, children, families, and survivors of sexual assault struggle in isolation as COVID-19 persists. In some places, people do not even have access to 9-1-1 or internet, making service delivery impossible—this, while risk factors for sexual assault and abuse intensify. Risk factors such as isolation, stress, and economic insecurity all contribute to the perpetration of sexual assault against children and adults. We are seeing the dangers of this isolation in available statistics, with fewer calls being made to ChildLine while protective adults are not seeing kids, yet an increase in calls for help from minors to hotlines throughout the U.S.

  • From a program director in Ohio: “We are one of the largest independent rape crisis centers in the nation. Our funding is diverse and balanced between government sources and philanthropy. We entered the month of March in the strongest financial position in the history of our organization. Now, with the anticipated VOCA cuts at the end of this year, combined with the cancellation of our signature fundraising event, and our philanthropic partners diverting donations to COVID-19 emergency response, our financial well-being is in jeopardy. Without significant intervention, we will be dramatically reducing rape crisis services to our community (urban, suburban, rural).”

  • Quotes from staff members from YWCA Pierce County in Tacoma, Washington:

    • Clients appreciate everything we are doing for them. A client who had been encountering every bump in the road imaginable told me I was the light at the end of her tunnel.

    • The future is uncertain and people are scared. Clients have expressed their appreciation that we are able to continue services and help navigate their legal cases so that they can protect themselves and their children. Home is not safe for everyone, especially survivors who are quarantined with their abusers.

    • However hard this pandemic is for us, it is extra difficult and complicated for the families we serve. Think about what staying home means for someone whose home is not safe. It's critical that we continue to be a place that families can turn to for support.


Links to supporting materials


If you are emailing or communicating on social media, please include one or more of the following links:


Sample social media posts

You can find Members’ social media handles HERE. Feel free to copy and paste or write your own social media posts. Don’t forget to include the links above when it makes sense!


Twitter

Survivors of #domesticviolence & #sexualassault are particularly vulnerable in this #COVID19 crisis. @YourSenator/@YourRep – in the next relief bill, don’t ignore the needs of survivors

 

In the next #COVID19 stimulus bill @YourSenators/@YourRep should dedicated funding for #sexualassault services, culturally-specific organizations, and Tribes and increase VOCA deposits. Details Here: https://tinyurl.com/ybxyn3bf


Facebook

Despite a known increase in interpersonal violence during the pandemic, Congress has yet to dedicate funding in relief bills for survivors of sexual assault, for community-based culturally-specific organizations serving survivors in Communities of Color, or for tribal victim service programs. We must ALL tell our Senators and Representatives they cannot ignore the needs of survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence anymore! www.4vawa.org/ntf-action-alerts-and-news/2020/7/24/action-alert-dont-let-congress-ignore-survivors


Or 


As Congress takes small steps to reform policing, they should not forget that racism is part of all of our institutions, as amply demonstrated by the disparate impact of COVID-19 on Black communities, including on Black survivors, and on other Communities of Color. NONE of the COVID-19 packages has provided funding for culturally-specific community-based organizations that provide domestic violence and sexual assault services. This is unacceptable. In the next stimulus bill the Senate must: 


  1. Prevent drastic cuts to victim services funding that would compromise programs’ ability to meet the increased need caused by COVID-19 without spending taxpayer money by increasing deposits into the Crime Victims Fund and by temporarily waiving match requirements for Victims of Crime Act victim assistance grants.

  2. Provide dedicated funding for culturally-specific organizations that provide domestic violence and sexual assault services; 

  3. Address the needs of survivors by funding sexual assault services;

  4. Provide funding for tribal governments to provide domestic violence and sexual assault services;

  5. Provide more funding for domestic and sexual violence programs through a VAWA formula grant directly to victim service programs;

  6. Ensure that access to safety for immigrant survivors is not compromised by immigration enforcement;

  7. Allow states to make survivors eligible for unemployment insurance if they leave their jobs due to domestic or sexual violence. This toolkit was provided by a Florida domestic violence assistance program

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