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Eminem - Headlights ft. Nate Ruess (Official Music Video)




Headlights
By Eminem

Mom
I know I let you down
And though you say the days are happy
Why is the power off, and I'm fucked up?
And mom, I know he's not around
But don't you place the blame on me
As you pour yourself another drink and

I guess we are who we are
Headlights shining in the dark night, I drive on
Maybe we took this too far

I went in headfirst
Never thinking about who what I said hurt, in what verse
My mom probably got it the worst
The brunt of it, but as stubborn as we are
Did I take it too far?
Cleaning out my closet and all them other songs
But regardless I don't hate you 'cause ma!
You're still beautiful to me, cause you're my mom
Though far be it for you to be calling, my house was Vietnam
Desert Storm and both of us put together
Can form an atomic bomb equivalent to chemical warfare
And forever we can drag this on and on
But, agree to disagree
That gift from me up under the Christmas tree don't mean shit to me
You're kicking me out? It's fifteen degrees and it's Christmas Eve (little prick just leave)
Ma, let me grab my fucking coat, anything to have each other's goats
Why we always at each others throats? Especially when dad, he fucked us both
We're in the same fucking boat, you'd think that it'd make us close (nope)
Further away that drove us, but together headlights shine, a car full of belongings
Still got a ways to go, back to grandma's house it's straight up the road
And I was the man of the house, the oldest, so my shoulders carried the weight of the load
Then Nate got taken away by the state at eight years old, and
That's when I realized you were sick and it wasn't fixable or changeable
And to this day we remained estranged and I hate it though, but

I guess we are who we are
Headlights shining in the dark night I drive on
Maybe we took this too far

'Cause to this day we remain estranged and I hate it though
'Cause you ain't even get to witness your grand baby's growth
But I'm sorry mama for 'Cleaning Out My Closet', at the time I was angry
Rightfully maybe so, never meant that far to take it though, 'cause
Now I know it's not your fault, and I'm not making jokes
That song I no longer play at shows and I cringe every time it's on the radio
And I think of Nathan being placed in a home
And all the medicine you fed us
And how I just wanted you to taste your own, but
Now the medications taken over and your mental states deteriorating slow
And I'm way too old to cry, that shit's painful though
But ma, I forgive you, so does Nathan yo
All you did, all you said, you did your best to raise us both
Foster care, that cross you bare, few may be as heavy as yours
But I love you Debbie Mathers, oh what a tangled web we have, 'cause
One thing I never asked was where the fuck my deadbeat dad was
Fuck it I guess he had trouble keeping up with every address
But I'd have flipped every mattress, every rock and desert cactus
Own a collection of maps and followed my kids to the edge of the atlas
Someone ever moved them from me? That you could bet your ass's
If I had to come down the chimney dressed as Santa, kidnap them
And although one has met their grandma
Once you pulled up in our drive one night as we were leaving to get some hamburgers
Me, her and Nate, we introduced you, hugged you
And as you left I had this overwhelming sadness come over me
As we pulled off to go our separate paths, and
I saw your headlights as I looked back
And I'm mad I didn't get the chance to thank you for being my Mom and my Dad
So Mom, please accept this as a tribute I wrote this on the jet
I guess I had to get this off my chest, I hope I get the chance to lay it before I'm dead
The stewardess said to fasten my seat belt, I guess we're crashing
So if I'm not dreaming, I hope you get this message that I'll always love you from afar
'Cause you're my mama

I guess we are who we are
Headlights shining in the dark night I drive on
Maybe we took this too far

I want a new life
One without a cause
So I'm coming home tonight
Well no matter what the cost
And if the plane goes down
Or if the crew can't wake me up
Just know that I was alright
And I was not afraid to die

Oh even if there's songs to sing
My children will carry me
Just know that I'm alright
I was not afraid to die
Because I put my faith in my new girl
So I never say goodbye cruel world
Just know that I'm alright
I am not afraid to die

I guess we are who we are
Headlights shining in the dark night I drive on
Maybe we took this too far, I want a new life
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Chuck Norris

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People believe in God.
God believe in Chuck Norris.

Chuck Norris sleeps with a night light.
Not because Chuck Norris is afraid of the dark, but the dark is afraid of Chuck Norris.


Chuck Norris CAN believe it's not butter.

Chuck Norris once joined the Army.
That's how the motto, "An Army of One" was created.


Before going to bed, the Boogeyman always checks his closet for Chuck Norris

There used to be a street named after Chuck Norris, but it was changed because nobody crosses Chuck Norris and lives.

Chuck Norris counted to infinity - twice.

Chuck norris went skydiving and his parachute failed to open, so he took it back the next day for a refund.

Chuck Norris doesn't tell lies. He changes facts.

Chuck Norris died 20 years ago, Death just hasn't built up the courage to tell him yet.

Chuck Norris and Superman once fought each other on a bet.
The loser had to start wearing his underwear on the outside of his pants.
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Cuộc Sống Mong Manh

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... Bánh xe chạm xuống mặt đường dầu là chiếc xe đạp thì diện tích chạm mặt đường cũng là phần rất nhỏ so với tổng diện tích của chiếc xe đạp. Còn chiếc 18 bánh thì tiếp diện của bánh xe cũng chỉ là một phần rất nhỏ so với tổng diện tích của chiếc xe.

Chúng ta có là ai và có bao nhiêu khác biệt đi nữa thì chúng ta có một điểm đồng với nhau là đời sống của mỗi người nó diễn ra trong từng phút. Mình sống 75 tuổi hay 92 tuổi thì đời sống cũng chỉ diễn ra trong từng phút hít thở, buồn vui, thiện ác, thích ghét.

Giống như chiếc xe dầu cho nó có lớn hay bé cách mấy thì diện tích tiếp xúc không bao nhiêu. Thì mình cũng vậy. Toàn bộ đời sống được thiết lập trên từng khoảnh khắc hiện hữu, rất mong manh.

(Sư Toại Khanh)
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Làm Thầy Thằng Ngu

https://toaikhanh.com/audiotext.php?mp3=audio/2019%20Youtube/20190623.KTC.6.105%20H%E1%BB%AFu%20Bhava

Còn ba cái bửa hổm tôi ghi, tôi nhớ tôi giảng xong rồi họ comments, họ nói tùm lum, họ nói là "khi đó an trụ vô quái ngại thì mình sẽ cái này cái kia...", tôi rầu cái đó.

Ở Việt nam có loại người lạ lắm, cái chính trị thì dốt như cái gì vậy đó, mà nói lưu loát, nói nghe đã lắm, mà bản thân họ đi tham nhũng banh xác.

Còn giáo lý họ khoái học sáo ngữ, thích những cái từ giống như là vô quái ngại, rồi cái gì vô sở đắc, rồi nào là cư trần bất nhiễm.

Làm ơn học giáo lý cho 5, 10, 15 dùm cái, nói căn bản dùm đi nghe, đừng có nói đến cao siêu.

Như bửa tôi nói trên đời này chỉ có 2 hạng người đáng thương và dễ thương, người xấu là người đáng thương còn người thiện là người dễ thương thì họ cũng phản ứng, họ nói "Mình tu mà còn thương với hỏng thương là chưa tới mức".

Nói chung là tiếng Việt họ không đủ để làm một cái thằng chăn trâu Việt nam thì làm sao đủ tiếng Việt để đi vào trong những cái hội chúng như thế này?

Khổ lắm.

(Sư Toại Khanh)
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(09-05-2020, 05:49 AM)LeThanhPhong Wrote: Làm Thầy Thằng Ngu

https://toaikhanh.com/audiotext.php?mp3=audio/2019%20Youtube/20190623.KTC.6.105%20H%E1%BB%AFu%20Bhava

Còn ba cái bửa hổm tôi ghi, tôi nhớ tôi giảng xong rồi họ comments, họ nói tùm lum, họ nói là "khi đó an trụ vô quái ngại thì mình sẽ cái này cái kia...", tôi rầu cái đó.

Ở Việt nam có loại người lạ lắm, cái chính trị thì dốt như cái gì vậy đó, mà nói lưu loát, nói nghe đã lắm, mà bản thân họ đi tham nhũng banh xác.

Còn giáo lý họ khoái học sáo ngữ, thích những cái từ giống như là vô quái ngại, rồi cái gì vô sở đắc, rồi nào là cư trần bất nhiễm.

Làm ơn học giáo lý cho 5, 10, 15 dùm cái, nói căn bản dùm đi nghe, đừng có nói đến cao siêu.

Như bửa tôi nói trên đời này chỉ có 2 hạng người đáng thương và dễ thương, người xấu là người đáng thương còn người thiện là người dễ thương thì họ cũng phản ứng, họ nói "Mình tu mà còn thương với hỏng thương là chưa tới mức".

Nói chung là tiếng Việt họ không đủ để làm một cái thằng chăn trâu Việt nam thì làm sao đủ tiếng Việt để đi vào trong những cái hội chúng như thế này?

Khổ lắm.


(Sư Toại Khanh)

Ha ha ha.

Nỗi khổ của Sư Toại Khanh là nỗi khổ chung của chư vị giảng pháp thuộc mọi tôn giáo.
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(Quora) Have you ever met a celebrity and found they were much kinder or ruder than you expected?

Answered by Scott Martin:

Yes. Bill Clinton, while he was still president. He’s a charming guy.

But this wasn’t your average meeting between an anonymous citizen and the president of the United States at some formal event where you shake the man’s hand and he forgets you a minute later after he’s shaken 20 other hands.
No, this was during a very low-key — and I mean really low-key — visit he made to Little Rock AFB in 1998.
That was the first time he visited the base during his time as president. He arrived on a Friday in Air Force One and gave a speech to a few thousand people who gathered on the base (and went through some serious Secret Service security checks) to see Clinton. After a time he left the base in a motorcade led by local police officers.
He returned to the base on that Sunday. But his return was nothing like his arrival. No one was allowed on the base to see him return, including news media. He had two goals that day: Meet with some local VIPs in one of our base facilities, and then depart on AF1. This is where my part of the story begins.
I was the Non-commissioned officer in charge (NCOIC) of the base public affairs office. I was the senior-ranking enlisted person in the office. For reasons I never came to learn, I was chosen (probably by the wing commander) to be the only military person with a camera allowed to be with the president during his visit that day. Why one of the base photographers was not assigned that task is a mystery to me. Their loss was my gain.
The building where the prez was to meet the VIPs was a small building at one end of the flightline that housed the base weather office, airfield manager’s office, and one other small office. Perhaps 10–12 people worked in the building, and there was a room set aside for VIP visits, which is where Clinton met with the 2–3 VIPs for about half an hour.
After he completed his VIP meeting, he toured the building and spoke with literally every person who was in the building that day. They all talked with him about what they did there, and my job was to follow him around the building and photograph him and the people he met there. I must have shot 8–10 rolls of film that day.
I said this was a very low-key event. I wasn’t kidding. When I arrived at the building two hours before Clinton arrived, no one from the Secret Service checked me or my camera bag as a security precaution. They were told I would be there, and I suppose they figured I was cool and just let me walk into the building unimpeded. I said hello to one of them and then waited for the prez to arrive. Surprise.
As he toured the building, there was no pomp or circumstance. He spoke with everyone, they spoke with him, he seemed curious about what everyone did, and he was polite and very friendly. There might have been one Secret Service person around somewhere, and no one tried to steer me and my camera away from the prez. I positioned myself anywhere I needed to be for the good shots and didn’t have to compete with anyone for pictures.
When I perceived that he’d seen everyone there and was about to proceed back to AF1, I went outside the building to prepare to get some shots of him and his small entourage getting into the limo to drive them out to the airplane.
I set my camera bag in the ground and was rummaging through it to get another lens. As I kneeled there focusing on mounting another lens on the camera with my back turned toward the building I just came out of, I felt a tap on my shoulder. I turned to look over my shoulder to see who it was, and it was the president of the United States. And he was alone, by himself with no Secret Service guys there with him (though I’m sure they were close by somewhere), or anyone else — with one exception.
I told you Clinton spoke with everyone who was in the building that day. That included me. The prez took it upon himself, by himself, to walk over to where I was outside the building to say hello. That was a bit of a shock, as I thought I was alone and assumed I would end my task by getting the last few shots of the president as he got in the limo, with the satisfaction of knowing I was the one who officially documented his visit that day for the Air Force. I would not have thought it disappointing to not have actually spoken to the man. My interest was in photographing him.
But there he was, by himself, addressing me. I stood up, turned toward him, and he held out his hand. As we shook hands, he thanked me for my service, we engaged in some brief small talk, and then he motioned for me to turn toward his photographer — Sharon Farmer — whom I didn’t even know was there that day; I hadn’t seen her there until that moment. As he and I shook hands, she snapped a few pictures, one of which she sent me about a month later; a nice 8x10.
That. Was. Cool.
I had the pleasure of casually photographing President Clinton and a bunch of Air Force military and civilian members in a low-key, unhurried setting. And when it was done, the president made sure to acknowledge me, even though, as the military photographer, I expected no interaction with the prez himself; I was happy to be the only military photog there for that visit. The pictures I shot were reward enough.
But Bill Clinton didn’t see it that way. He made a point to go to where I was to greet me. That was a classy thing to do. He didn’t have to, and the fact that he did just made my day better than it already was. And he made sure that I got a valuable (to me) keepsake: a photograph of just the two of us. No one else around, nothing formal, no ceremony or contrived courtesies. Just me and the commander-in-chief during a semi-regular working day.
Say what you will about Bill Clinton’s politics or libido. The guy has some class, and he showed me that class on that day. Personally. Genuinely.
Edited to add the photo I wrote about. I don’t have a scanned version; so this is off my iPad.
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(Quora) Why was Rittenhouse charged in spite of the videos?

Answered by Franklin Veaux

He was charged with murder because the autopsy of his first victim shows that the fatal shot was in the victim’s back. It’s harder to plead self-defense when you shoot someone in the back, no matter what conservatives say to try to smear the victim.

He was charged with firearms violations because the DA believes there is evidence he was in illegal possession of the gun he used.

The murder charges were upgraded to first degree murder because he’s a dumbass. He posted on his Facebook that he was “going hunting” and wanted to kill someone—a little fact that makes conservatives shuffle their feet and try to change the subject when you bring it up. You have to be a Grade A moron to post something like that on the Internet and then expect not to be charged after you kill someone.

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"nghành" đúng hay "ngành" đúng, nếu "ngành" đúng tại sao các trang wed cả trang giáo dục cũng dùng từ nghành ? ? | Yahoo Hỏi & Đáp

https://vn.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081013050550AAUiLqE

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Trang giáo giục nào mà ẩu dữ vậy. Phải là ngành mới đúng chứ.


Mình nhớ hồi đó học các nguyên âm a, â, ă, u, ư, o, ô, ơ là ghép với ng.


Còn i, e, ê mới ghép với ngh mà.


--ooOoo--

Tương tự, "ganh" trong "ganh ghét" mới đúng.
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tui lại nghĩ không phải vì ẩu mà trang giáo dục đăng sai

ẩu chỉ là một lý do nhỏ xíu, đa phần là do nhiều lý do trọng đại hơn
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(09-16-2020, 02:27 PM)abc Wrote: tui lại nghĩ không phải vì ẩu mà trang giáo dục đăng sai

ẩu chỉ là một lý do nhỏ xíu, đa phần là do nhiều lý do trọng đại hơn

Hồi còn nhỏ xíu, còn tập đánh vần, LTP rất thắc mắc về cách đánh vần các chữ: ga, gì, ghì, giặt gỵa, ganh, ghét, v.v. Mệt với hai âm gờ với giờ này quá.

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[b](Quora) If Kyle Rittenhouse would have been a Black man and the people he shot happened to be Trump supporters, with all other aspects of the case being the same, would you feel the same way you do about it now? This is for both sides. Be real.

If Kyle Rittenhouse was Black, he wouldn’t be able to shoot anyone in the first place. He would be dead long before he get to shoot anyone.

There’s no scenario where a Black teenager carries an assault rifle walking on the street of Kenosha and the police would give him a bottle of water and send him home. It just doesn’t happen.

In fact, someone did a test of Black man open carry, and this is what happened:





Mind you, this happened on a regular day, no riot, no heightened racial tension. The police saw a Black man carry a gun, immediately saw him as a threat, pointed gun at him, additional police showed up, and it looks like the Black man was arrested.

If Kyle Rittenhouse was Black, and he brought an assault rifle to Kenosha, past curfew when a protest is on-going when the police are already ready to shoot anything that moves…

Kyle Rittenhouse would be dead the moment he set foot on Kenosha street. The police would shoot him dead and feel 120% justified.

And Fox News will report how Antifa militia is ready to take over America, and how the heroic police had saved the day.
If Kyle Rittenhouse is Black, the only dead person in this whole scenario would be Kyle Rittenhouse.


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American racism is systemic because it bleeds into every aspect of society. You can’t escape it. You can’t even talk about it without people actively working to silence you.

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