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Home Business Opportunities – Does anyone know any honest-to-goodness legit home-based business opportunities?

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Question by bucknakid14: Does anyone know any honest-to-goodness legit home-based business opportunities?
i have been looking around forever for a work at home opportunity that i dont have to “invest” in. i have a 9 year old, twin 2-year-olds and one due in june and i cant get a real job b/c i would just be working to pay daycare. i need something to make just a little extra cash to offset my husbands pay. i dont need any get rich sceems just a little something like being a chat host or typing forms or something….anything!

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well you can try the advertising program by google named adsense.
It is really good and i also earn a nice amount to spend on my needs along with my pocket money.
And you can also work whenever you want to…
Just make a website and start earning. No investment if you start with a blog.

People have really made fortunes in this thing who took this even a bit seriously…and to top it all you have nothing to lose so i also thought this thing and gave it a try…

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You can also get considerable amount of info. thru this link

good luck!!!

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Question by jlcha541: is financing a business the same as financing a single family home?
i mean the requirements , if i’m approved for a certain amount on a home loan, would it be the same amount if i decided to by a business?

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No. It is very hard to get a loan to finance a business, because running a business is very risky. If you do not make money in your business, your business would worth nothing. And you could end up losing everything. A house is different. It is very secured. Even if you lose your job, the loan is still secured with the property. The lender has nothing to lose. So, it is always easier to finance a home than to finance a business.

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The modern concept of small office/home office, or SoHo, refers to the category of business, which involves from 1 to 10 workers. SOHO can also stand for small or home office or single office/home office. A larger business enterprise, one notch up the size scale, is often categorized as a small business. When a company reaches 100 or more employees, it is often referred to as a Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME). (Source Wikipedia) Legitimate Work from Home Business – Must See | 100% Free Work from Home Online Business I recently found out that you c…
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Legitimate Work At Home Business – Has anyone tried a home based business that is actually legitimate?

Legitimate Work At Home Business

Question by Marie H: Has anyone tried a home based business that is actually legitimate?
Is there such thing as a home based business that actually makes you money without a huge investment?

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Is it okay to ask which pronouns someone would like to be called by? Yes. Henry says he’d much rather be asked which pronouns he’d like to be called by than to be mis-gendered. If there’s any ambiguity, don’t be afraid to ask respectfully.

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While Bread and Roses and Sweat Pea Café are just a few places around Tallahassee that provide gender neutral bathrooms, the FSU PRIDE Executive Director Victoria Gentry said she is trying to implement some on FSU’s campus by the end of this school year.

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…..item 1)…. Gender-neutral bathrooms promote transgender acceptance …

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Bread and Roses is a local Tallahassee co-op that provides gender-neutral restrooms in order to create a safe and welcoming environment for transgender individuals. / Blair Stokes / FSView


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Frequenting public restrooms is about as mundane a task as any. All people go through the motions: finding a stall, counting the scum-ridden floor tiles as they do their business and washing their hands with watery soap as they stare absent-mindedly into a vaguely opaque mirror before they carry on with their lives.

Add verbal assaults, possibilities of physical harassment and an overwhelming identity dissonance to that bathroom visit, and you’ve got the familiarly dreadful routine of a transgender individual.

“Speaking from personal experience, just going to the bathroom in public is incredibly stressful,” FSU student Riley Navarrete said. “I’m female-bodied so whenever I need to use the bathroom, I feel like I have to use the women’s one. It just makes me feel so uncomfortable. People look at me twice for going into a women’s bathroom, and it makes me feel really terrible. For me, I can’t even enter a bathroom without being looked at strangely.”

Navarrete is gender neutral, meaning they do not identify with any concrete gender binary. Under a trans umbrella, there is an entire population of individuals who do not identify with the gender that was assigned to them at birth. Navarrete is one of them.

“I don’t relate strongly with either gender binary of male or female, and it really does suck sometimes. It’s hard to get people to call me by my preferred pronouns, which are gender neutral,” Navarrete said. “It sucks. I like wearing dresses sometimes, but just because I wear them it doesn’t mean you can assume I’m a female, but people still do.”

Navarrete prefers when people refer to them using the gender-neutral pronouns “they” or “them” instead of “he” or “she.” While Navarrete maintains no specific gender, other transgender individuals also may identify with a gender different than what they were assigned at birth.

For Navarrete and all others who don’t identify with their assigned gender, gender-neutral bathrooms are bathrooms available to people of all gender identities, not just specific to the gender identity one was assigned at birth based on their genitalia. The purpose is to create a sense of security for gender-queer, transgender, or gender-neutral individuals, who may feel out of place, harassed or unwelcome in exclusively male or female restrooms.

“It’s a horrible whirlwind of guilt and angst,” Navarrete said. “Going to the bathroom is a human need. It shouldn’t be something that you’re dreading to do.”

Bread and Roses, a volunteer-operated co-op, provides this sense of safety to these individuals by having gender-neutral bathrooms in their store.

"We strive to create a welcoming environment where people, regardless of their gender identity, won’t feel intimidated, discouraged or unsafe here,” Bread and Roses volunteer Kirsten Harvey said. “We have an environment here free of hateful language, transphobia, homophobia, racism, sexism, ableism, and everything else. In order to achieve that, we create an atmosphere of inclusivity that reflects gender diversity and encourages acceptance.”

While Bread and Roses and Sweat Pea Café are just a few places around Tallahassee that provide gender neutral bathrooms, the FSU PRIDE Executive Director Victoria Gentry said she is trying to implement some on FSU’s campus by the end of this school year.

“A lot of transgender people come to Florida State from their hometowns where they’ve been put down their entire lives. They were never accepted, and might have even been beat up just for trying to be who they are,” Gentry said. “If we can just get these bathrooms and keep going in the direction of inclusivity, we can make FSU a home away from the hostile home they’ve come from. We can allow them to simply be themselves, because a lot of people just have never been able to do that.”

Gentry plans to start by implementing gender neutral restrooms in the Union, and she hopes to eventually make them available campus-wide. The plan will cost virtually no money since they are not looking to build new restrooms, but merely repurpose existing ones with new, gender-neutral signs.

“All the marriage equality debates going on has put us right in the spotlight,” Gentry said. “People are aware of our issues, but our issues aren’t only marriage equality, and people are starting to recognize that. Now is the time to strike for things to change.”

Other campuses across the nation have progressed to include gender-neutral bathrooms as well, including New York University, Ohio University, and University of Colorado. The website is also used to inform trans people of specific locations with gender-neutral bathrooms in their area.

“It’s important to create a safe environment for transgender individuals because we live in this culture that can be so hateful. Our culture is so vehemently violent towards transgender people, not just physically, but in our attitudes,” Jessica Schwartz said.
Schwartz identifies as cis-gendered, meaning she identifies with the gender identity assigned to her at birth; however, Schwartz said she does not agree with many of the stereotypes or norms she is expected to conform to as a woman.

“Even in mainstream culture, it seems like transphobia is a popular theme,” Schwartz said. “Comedic films often make fun of transgender people, especially those who are sex workers. People just try to laugh it off as they’re just men who dress like women, or vise versa, but there’s so much more to it than that. They are used as a joke, a punching bag, something to laugh at. It’s a one-dimensional portrayal rarely told through the eyes of actual transgender individuals.”

The feeling of vulnerability in a public restroom and fear of harassment is not unfounded. The National Transgender Discrimination Survey, which researched gender non-conforming people of minority races, revealed that 65 percent of gender non-conforming individuals of a minority race experienced harassment, while 39 percent experienced physical assault. 56 percent of them have attempted suicide as a contributing result of harassment.

“It’s providing a space for people to just freaking go to the bathroom,” Navarrete said. “It’s being able to pee without having to stress out about people staring at you weird, or feeling like you’re betraying your own gender identity by going into a bathroom you can’t identify with. “

To increase gender inclusivity, Navarrete encourages asking transgender individuals what pronouns they prefer to be referred to as, while Schwartz suggests that deconstructing gender norms and questioning these attitudes is conducive to acceptance.

“It’s comfort. It’s acceptance. It’s feeling like you belong,” Gentry said.

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…..item 3)…. Holopaw’s John Orth Talks Queer Identity, Working as a Visual Artist …

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For 10 years, Gainesville indie-rock outfit Holopaw has been putting out music. First through the perennial indie label Sub Pop, and more recently via Misra Records.

The band dropped Academy Songs, Volume I earlier this year, which is an oddity in the era of the single track. It follows a loose story line that comes together as the albums plays on. Though, frontman John Orth admits to us that characters are often interchangeable and the ideas can be somewhat vague.

Orth and his bandmates will be performing Saturday at Gramps, their first trip to Miami in a few years. (The last time they were in the Magic City, the band was touring with then-labelmate Iron & Wine.)

We talked to Orth over the phone about Gainesville’s music scene, how being gay influences his music, and the ideas behind Holopaw’s new album.

New Times: How is Gainesville’s music scene these days?
John Orth: It’s good. Unfortunately, we don’t have a weekly or monthly paper. We’ve also never had college radio. Those are two coalescing forces I think our music scene is missing out on. That being said, there are always new things happening, and the scene that we do have is very supportive and vibrant. But, again, there isn’t a place that brings together the scene. There is a new group of kids, the Church of Holy Colors, that’s sort of the new generation of artists and musicians that are doing really exciting things in Gainesville right now.

As a gay man, how much does your sexual orientation influence your work?
It’s who I am and what I write about. It used to be that used to write a lot more metaphorically, because, it wasn’t so much that I wasn’t comfortable being gay…

Did you want to appeal to to a broader group of people?
It wasn’t so much that. My lyrics have always been pretty obtuse. I just became more and more comfortable within my personal life and what I was interested in artistically. It is the stories that I tell, much the way straight people do, it’s about relationships, love and sex. Anything R. Kelly would sing about, it just happens to be my point of view, which is a gay point of view.

Do you think gay artists’ visibility these days is important, especially with what’s happening in places like Russia?
Of course. To see your voice represented in the media or music, for people to be openly and proudly tell their stories, I do think it’s important.

You released a new album this year, Academy Songs, Volume I. What’s the idea behind it?
In the past, the way I’ve written songs, I’ve had notebooks with scraps and sketches of ideas. Some of those ideas were drawn directly my life, some of them were other stories I wanted to tell. More than anything, by framing all of these songs in one location with these characters was more of a songwriting device for me. I decide very vaguely what the story I wanted to tell, what the location would be, I decide what the characters would be like. Each of those stories I had a different notebook for, and I tried to flesh them out as best I could. In the end, I ended up with enough of those potential songs for at least two records. That’s what the Volume I implies.

You directed a video for the band recently. Is that something you enjoyed doing?
My ex-boyfriend is a video artist, and for years I collaborated with him on videos. This is the first video that I directed myself. It something I’m very interested in as a visual person. I’m working on a video right now with my friend Adam Baran, who is a filmmaker in New York, and a few weeks from from now we’ll shoot a music video for our song "Dirty Boots (He Don’t)." He’s going to direct it and I’m going to do some of the art direction and styling for it. It’s something I’d like to do more of.

Holopaw. With visuals by Roger Beebe. Saturday, August 31, at Gramps (176 NW 24th Street, Miami). Free, 21+ and over.

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…..item 4)…. Transgender 101: Getting to know the basics …

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Respect is essential for gender identity

Oct. 30, 2013 |

Written by
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Contributing Writer

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I’d like to preface this, and all other subsequent articles on the issue, by stating my perspective. I was born a little Hispanic girl in Tampa. It didn’t take me long after becoming a cognitively aware person to realize that I was a lesbian.

While I can relate to the trouble associated with deviating from heteronormativity, I will never be able to personally attest to the challenges faced by transgendered individuals. That being said, my best friend is a female-to-male transgendered individual–whom I’ll refer to as Henry. It’s with his blessing and concern that I would like to discuss what all of this actually means.

Unless you’re a member, or an active ally, of the LGBT community, it’s not uncommon to be confused about what it means to be transgendered. Transgendered individuals find their voices stifled by decades of misinformation, mislabeling of the community and a lack of legitimate representation in television and media. This results in relying on stereotypes to answer any questions that we may be afraid to ask. I’ll start with the easiest one: What does it mean to be “transgendered?”

Transgender means an individual whose gender does not align with the one assigned to them at birth. A “transman” is a man who was assigned a female gender at birth, and a “transwoman” is a woman who was assigned a male gender at birth. You’ll also see acronyms, such as FTM or MTF, to describe the individual.

Pronouns are important. If you can think back to grade school and recall the weeks spent on nouns, proper nouns and pronouns, you understand why it’s so important to use them properly. So, which pronouns do you use, and when? Recently, there’s been a case presented for using the “ze” pronoun, which is inclusive of all genders.

Even my most radically progressive friends don’t have this implemented in their daily speech, so that’s up to you. As for the average person, on an average day, here is my best advice: Call people by the pronouns they ask you to call them by. All the time. Always. End of discussion. Meaning, if someone you know has come out to you as a transman, call them by male pronouns. The same holds true for transwomen and female pronouns. It may be difficult to retrain your thoughts, especially if the individual is one that you’ve known for a while, but it’s crucial. Imagine how difficult it is for the person in question and the respect for them should follow quickly after.

The lines may seem blurred when dealing with a “masculine,” cis-gendered woman, or a “feminine” cis-gendered man. You may find yourself confused about which pronoun to use. How can you, the average person, go about your interaction as respectfully as possible? It’s simple: Ask for their name. Transgendered individuals rarely keep their birth-given names, and adopt a name more suited for their identity.

Unless the name is gender-neutral—like Taylor, Alex, Casey etc.– their name should point you in the right direction. When all else fails, do the least amount of harm possible and use gender neutral pronouns.

Is it okay to ask which pronouns someone would like to be called by? Yes. Henry says he’d much rather be asked which pronouns he’d like to be called by than to be mis-gendered. If there’s any ambiguity, don’t be afraid to ask respectfully.

The most important thing is to have an awareness that we aren’t all the same. If you haven’t already, adopt a respect for anyone who deviates from classically perceived male or female traits and characteristics. We’re just recently ready to discuss these things as a society, but that doesn’t mean that they haven’t been lying dormant since human beings became self-aware. As difficult as it is for a person who isn’t a member of the transgender community to do, try to understand the courage that it takes to be true to one’s self—especially when the self doesn’t match the anatomy assigned at birth.


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Question by mattcra: Stay at home and profitable business?
I need to make a change in what I do. I see all these stay at home jobs and internet million dollar businesses that make you skeptical. I understand an investment will need to be made, but is there actually a good stay at home business that won’t rob you blind?

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I know what you mean about all the business’s it is hard to know which to trust, I have opened a child care and it was doing well until just recently. Many of my parents have either lost jobs or have had hours cut. I even had a parent that was not making ends meet with her current job and had to leave the city and move in with her parents. It is still a good career move though and I am happier than I have been in a long time. It allows me the luxury of staying home and keeping my house clean. Dinner is always home cooked and on the table ( this has also helped me loose weight, no more fast food) and I can care for my grand kids here and know that they are safe. It was a win win for me. If this might be something that you ar interested in I highly recommend it.
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Ooooooh yeah.

Can you feel it?

That feelin’ of Fridayness?

Uh huh.

What a crazy ass week wasn’t it?

I’m startin’ to think that they’re all crazy.

They’ll leave you kinda lookin’ like this guy if you let ’em.

Dude was cool.

He was walking down Milwaukee Avenue carrying a trombone case.

In my experience guys walking down the street carrying trombone cases at midnight are either crazy trombone players or they’re drug dealers carrying a trombone case filled with marijuana.

The devil’s weed.

Sweet Mary Jane.

Packed full in sandwich baggies three fingers thick.

I used to smoke pot in college.

I think the last time I bought it I bought it from a guy carrying a trombone case down the street.

In Honolulu Hawaii.

I was on my way to Bangkok and the plane hadda stop in the islands to get some gas and I decided I’d get off and explore for a couple of days.

Catch the next one.

You could do that in those days because people were cool.

They didn’t fly airplanes into buildings or butt search you when you flew anywhere domestically like they do now.

I rented some crap ass Suzuki Samuri tin foil jeep like thing for twenty nine bucks a day and slept in that piece of junk all over that island.

Kept getting kicked off of pineapple plantations by security guards in the middle of the night after the cops threatened to throw my ass in jail for sleepin’ on the beach.

Honolulu was really kind of boring if you’re not with a hot chick on your honeymoon and I’d heard about this legendary weed called ‘Maui Wowwie’ and figured maybe I could score some there.

Maui wasn’t too far away I thought.

I’m glad I did good in geography class.

Education pays.

I hit all the bad neighborhoods and people tried to sell me every other vice in the world but nobody had any of the sensimilian rasta love herbs I was lookin’ for.

I’d pretty much given up on the whole idea and instead I chartered a boat and went marlin fishing for the day and enjoyed me some of the big blue ocean and since I didn’t catch a marlin I decided to hit some fish joint on the beach where you could grill up your own marlin steak.

It was an epic dinner and when I was walkin’ back to that crap ass Suzuki Samuri I see this guy in a tie dyed Grateful Dead shirt carrying a trombone case walkin’ down the street with a smile on his face and lookin’ like he didn’t have a care in the world.

If you know anything about anything you know THAT guy’s carryin’.

So as I walked by him I whispered ‘weed?’

The guy stopped in his tracks and turned around and said ‘buyin’ or sellin’?’

‘Lookin” I answered.

You know… just in case he was Hawaii 5-0 undercover or somethin’.

Under the barbaric laws of the time they still put people in prison for havin’ that.

Oh wait… they still do.

Dealer man shot back ‘follow me.’

We walked into an alley next to the Honolulu Hilton and he opened that trombone case and holy smokes the thing was filled to capacity with the illegal green budness.

All neatly organized in rows according to weight and grade.

The guy was a professional.

Smelled like the Hienecken factory or a skunk farm right when he opened it I swear.

He was a full service pot dealer… probably specializing in the tourist market and he even had packages of rolling papers for the convenience of his customers.

‘I do a lot of business with the japanese’ he said ‘they’re my biggest customers.’

I picked up a bag of his produce after he extolled it’s virtues, promising me ‘you ain’t never smoked weed this good.’

We sat on the Hilton’s air conditioning unit there in the alley and he insisted on twisting up a fatty with me and we smoked it right there.

Good gahd he was right.

I had never smoked weed like that before and I never have since.

That stuff made me ‘see’ music.

I fell right on my ass off the air conditioning unit and he packed up his trombone case and headed off into the sultry Honolulu night looking for more business.

I found my shitball Suzuki Samuri and headed to the north part of the island where he said the waves were supposed to be killer in the morning.

No one was on the roads and I drove real slow… waiting for stop signs to turn green and everything.

I kept my eyes open for a twenty four hour burrito shack.

It had turned into a beautiful night and the stars were incredible to sleep under.

I slept behind some strip mall and woke up feeling like shit.

A day on the beach cured me of all of that and with that little bag of the ganja I made a whole bunch of new friends.

People could smell that stuff from a mile away.

Everyone was happy and the livin’ was good…

but I hadda catch a 747 to Bangkok late that afternoon and I headed back to the airport in the flimsy little Suzuki Samuri I’d been calling home.

It’s not a good idea to travel internationally with marijuana on your person so I finished off that stuff right before I got to the rental return at the airport…

I flicked the last half of my last happy cigarette carelessly into the breeze and said goodbye to Hawaii and that frickin’ Suzuki Samuri with a smile and some really red eyes.

And a terrible hankering for a bag of Doritos.

You know that joint I flipped outta the car on the way to the airport?


It never left the car.

It landed in my camera bag and melted itself to the top of it on the inside of the flap where you open and close it.

Where it remained while I went through customs in two countries.

I got a little extra scrutiny when I landed in Tokyo after spendin’ some time in Bankgok.

Dogs were sniffin’ all my stuff and everything.

But they never found that half a joint in my camera bag.

I found it six months later.

Me and a buddy finished it off and reminisced about the United States and then walked around the streets of Osaka feelin’ really good and havin’ a new appreciation for japanese letters in neon.

I’m not sayin’ old boy in this picture’s got anything to do with marijuana dealin’…

He coulda just been walkin’ back from a trombone gig or something.

But he looked like he was really feelin’ the love if you know what I mean.

He sure reminded me of my buddy ‘Budman’ in Honolulu.

I hope you’re feelin’ a different kinda love today.

One that doesn’t bug your eyes out like that.

I hope you got some cush plans for the weekend and you’re feelin’ like a million bucks ’cause you survived that crazy freakin’ week without too much collateral damage to your soul.

We made it to Friday.

The rest of the week can kiss my ass.


I’m feelin’ the love you know.


Epic Friday-Love!

I hope you have the best weekend.


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