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Vic Randolph
Vic Randolph

Girlfriends 4 Ever

I'm not really sure if this is your concern but I had similar problem where my laptop suddenly shut down when my windows update was downloading. It's usually very loud during this process. Anyway, I was watching a movie when my computer decided to shut down on me. Luckily, I saved the movie file I was watching and it had a "save" button that saved the whole movie file in my documents folder. I was able to re-download my update by restoring the file and restarting my computer. Hopefully, this will help you too! i feel like the computer just freaks out, it's also got spyware on it, which I went to get rid of, but there are like, thousands of steps to the process, and I'm very confused when it comes to computers, and what they can and can't do. so I kinda feel like its like a trap from my parents, or something... i keep trying to get it to work but sometimes it'll just stop doing anything... like stop finding documents and opening programs, I start to type something, like 'hello' and it just shows the cursor, so noone knows... ive tried new updates, flash, and antiviruses... i even made some shortcuts, like when I email my mom, then it'll just be there, so i told her to go to the program and it would, but she couldn't find it. so then i told her to make sure the file was downloaded cuz it was too small, and she couldnt find it, so im sorry but i dont know what to do, so I got some advice from my girlfriends (they would know how to fix it) and I feel like its not even worth fixing, so I think that I have to get rid of this computer, its just my phone is getting back soon, and I can do everything from there, even email my mom and such, and I would miss my computer cuz I would have to do a ton of work, and this computer has a lot of files that I need for my college things. sorry, if i missed or didn't answer a question, if you could please help me with things I'd be thankful, and my girlfriends would be thankful. 6a6f617c0c

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Satyal's lovely coming-of-age debut charts an Indian-American boy's transformation from mere mortal to Krishnaji, the blue-skinned Hindu deity. Twelve-year-old Kiran Sharma's a bit of an outcast: he likes ballet and playing with his mother's makeup. He also reveres his Indian heritage and convinces himself that the reason he's having trouble fitting in is because he's actually the 10th reincarnation of Krishnaji. He plans to come out to the world at the 1992 Martin Van Buren Elementary School talent show, and much of the book revels in his comical preparations as he creates his costume, plays the flute and practices his dance moves to a Whitney Houston song. But as the performance approaches, something strange happens: Kiran's skin begins to turn blue. Satyal writes with a graceful ease, finding new humor in common awkward pre-teen moments and giving readers a delightful and lively young protagonist.

From Hida Viloria, writer and intersex activist, a candid, provocative, and eye-opening memoir of life, love, and gender identity as an intact intersex person, as well as a call to action for justice for intersex people. Hida Viloria was raised as a girl but discovered early on that he/r body was different. Unlike most people who are born intersex in the first world--meaning they have genitals, reproductive organs, hormones, and/or chromosomal patterns that do not fit standard definitions of male or female--Hida had the freedom to explore the person s/he was born to be because he/r parents did not agree to have he/r sex characteristics surgically altered at birth. It wasn't until s/he was 26 and encountered the term "intersex" in a San Francisco newspaper that s/he finally had a name for he/r difference. That's when s/he began to explore what it means to live in the space between genders--to be both and neither. As s/he began to reach out to others like he/r, however, Hida discovered that most intersex people had been scarred, both physically and psychologically, by infant surgeries and hormone treatments meant to "correct" their bodies. Eager to help end this practice, Hida came out as intersex at a national and then international level. By answering the question "Are you a boy or a girl?" with "I'm both," Hida's helped blaze a trail for people--particularly intersex and genderqueer/non-binary people--to celebrate the middle space where male and female are not separate and opposite but entwined. Born Both is an intimate and powerful account of Hida's search for authentic identity and love in a world that insists on categorizing people into either/or.

Love is never easy. Especially if you're Paul. He's a sophomore at a high school like no other, and these are his friends: Infinite Darlene, the homecoming queen and star quarterback; Joni, Paul's best friend who may not be his best friend anymore; Tony, his other best friend, who can't leave the house unless his parents think he's going on a date...with a girl; Kyle, the ex-boyfriend who won't go away; Rip, the school bookie, who sets the odds...and Noah, the boy. The one who changes everything.

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Although Bunnybear was born a bear, he feels more like a bunny. He loves to bounce through the forest, wiggle his nose, and munch on strawberries. The other bears don't understand him, and neither do the bunnies. Will Bunnybear ever find a friend who likes him just the way he is? 041b061a72


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