I experienced every parent nightmare. Have been with the little one on the playground and was talking with someone from work over phone and after I finished I couldn't find my daughter in the sandbox she was literally 3 minutes ago.
I started to look for her and asked some other guy if he saw her. He said she walked with a guy who looked like her older brother and he pointed a direction. I freezed. I literally freezed. I've been through a lot, but if would have to point out the scariest 10s of my life - that would be it. And the direction was a little forest next to the playground. Yes, we've been telling million times to her not to go with strangers
I rushed into this place and saw her with this dude. He was like 20, or so. I think I beat my personal best for a 100m dash and yelled at this man what he is doing. He started to talk some crap about some rabbit hole he wanted to show or so.
I lost it. I literally lost it and feel ashamed of my self I could keep myself together but I... keep reading on reddit ➡
Sometimes I'm walking by a playground and I get the urge to go down the slide or hang on the monkey bars, but I can't because I don't have any kids and it would look really strange to see a grown man at the playground by himself. It would be really cool if there were playgrounds just for adults so we can do all the fun things we did as kids. Also, all the playground equipment could be made larger so people know it's just for adults and maybe booze could be served.
For example, mew being under the truck was huge for everyone! But when I was a kid playing pokemon crystal I was told if I beat red and got a full living dex, then went to ilex forest with a level 100 pokemon and knocked out 100 pokemon celebi would appear to punish me for bullying pokemon, then I could catch it!
Needless to say I didnt try it and I'm glad I didnt, but makes you wonder how many other people had similar experiences! If you feel like sharing them I'd love to read some!
I should specify I’m talking about Canadian schools. Playgrounds are fucking awesome, I had so much fun in elementary on those things, but suddenly in junior high and high school they’re gone? What gives? What cause I’m older I instantly lose the ability to have fun? Come on you’re making me miss out! Could you imagine the possibilities? Since as we get older we can do more, they could invent some really cool shit for us to do. Like give me some ropes to swing on and some zip lines or something, some slides, monkey bars, fuckin, SWINGS, AT LEAST SOME SWINGS. Swings are bloody amazing why haven’t we been keeping them throughout schools?
TL;DR Middle and high schools should have playgrounds cause older kids are just as capable of having fun as younger kids
Niraj Warikioo's tweet really sums up my feelings about these protest. As a black man who's lived in this city for 37 years I can tell you this shit is not cool. A 70% white protest fighting a mostly black police force? This is what you think is being an ally? Go do to this to the cops in Troy and Redford any suburban cops. They're the worst abusers of black people.
THIS IS NOT BEING AN ALLY!
Peter Molyneux was known for promising alot in the OG fable games. Now with More capable hardware which of his failed promises would you like to see make it into the upcoming game? I'd love to see the idea of a more elaborate "prison system" he spoke of make it into the game, and the ever popular more fleshed out family mechanic system he often spoke of.
I was walking outside with my three year old nephew today and he wanted to go to the park. When we get there I see that there is a father there with his two children and a very large pitbull. Now granted, the dog was on a leash but it wasn’t even fitted properly (much too loose). And worse, the dad was in the middle of the playground with the dog hovering around the slides. I couldn’t relax so I had to take my nephew (now upset that he wasn’t allowed to play) home.
If you’re going to bring a pitbull to a children’s park at least have the courtesy to muzzle it :(. Also, just don’t bring your dangerous dog to a children’s park :(
Shane Walker, 19 months old, at the time of his disappearance, was sitting on a bench at the playground eating potato chips with his mother, Rosa Glover, when two children, a 10-year old boy and a 5 year old girl, approached her around 5 p.m. and asked if Shane could play with them. Rosa mentioned Shane was rather young to which the children replied, “we don’t mind.” While the three children were playing, a man sat near Rosa and started talking about “crime, about how things happen to children…even [mentioning] kidnapping.” The man started showing Rosa scars he said he had received from getting in fights. She turned her head to look at all the scars on his body and when she turned back, Shane was gone. The children Shane was playing with were nowhere to be found either and Rosa recalled “walking around the park, hollering and screaming.” She was “especially frightened as she [never] heard her son cry out saying “my baby, he doesn't go with strange people - and I heard nothing;” he... keep reading on reddit ➡
It's not possible to "balance" a thermal scope so it is fair in the tactical situation it is used in. These are made so the shooter can see heat sources in any lighting condition. So for it to be realistic, a thermal scope HAS TO BE unfair. The fairness should be balanced on the strategic (economic out of raid) level. By availability and price.
But there should be no balance during a raid, a player who paid a lot of money to use it (and risk losing it) should get the advantage it realistically provides.
Because if a scope is "balanced" in-raid, like the REAP-IR, then the thing will get ruined to a point where it is barely usable in raid. And using the mechanical properties of the object as a variable for balancing is just stupid, in a game that advertises realism as its main feature.
"But what if a player with an AK-74 and basic gear has to fight a player with a T-7 thermal goggle? Isn't that unfair?"
AK-74 = 35k
T-7 =... keep reading on reddit ➡
Christopher Milton Dansby was playing at the New York City Housing Authority’s Martin Luther King Jr. Towers’ playground on the corner of West 115th Street and Lenox Avenue in New York City on May 18, 1989 when he disappeared around 7 p.m. 2 years old at the time, his grandmother was watching him while he played with two children, a 10 year old girl and her 5 year old brother. Elizabeth Manley, Christopher’s grandmother “turned her head away for a minute” and “[her] grandchild was gone." Allison Dansby, Christopher’s mother, had left both of her sons with Elizabeth while she went to the grocery store. When she got back, she noticed that only her older son, Levon, was with Elizabeth; panicking as she “went to the other side” of the park to search for Christopher, Allison contacted police after seeing “he wasn’t no where in the park.”
In what he termed as “ a hell of a coincidence”, Ron Jones, a senior case manager with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, discuss... keep reading on reddit ➡
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Guys, I need help! I feel like I'm in Clown Town and drowning in a sea of irrationality.
I live on a street in one of the densest areas in a megalopolis. It's on a hillside, so there is no sidewalk on one side and half of one on the other. The houses are right on the street. No front yards and, on the side without the sidewalk, it's about 5 inches from the front door of a house to the street. It's two-way traffic with a line of parked cars along one side.
Three sets of parents have taken over the street. One "Dad" painted an illegal 40 foot by 14 foot "children at play" sign ON THE STREET Sunday along with a fake bicycle lane stencil, a 4-foot high Disney Castle and other nonsense (he made sure to put a tiny “BLM” in the corner so that anyone who complained would be called racist). Mind boggling. The markings are made with some kind of high powered chalk gun/sprayer. It lasts about a month, but there’s no reason to think he won’t redo it on a regular basis.
https://imgur.com/a/99dnT... keep reading on reddit ➡
Everyone needs to learn from what we’re seeing in Italy and Spain right now, we have one chance to get this right and so far many people just don’t seem to get the severity of this pandemic.
The sooner we can get past this situation the sooner life can go back to normal.
Stay home, keep your kids at home. Take a walk around your area or something but bringing your family to high park for the day is a really stupid and irresponsible idea right now.