Archive for June, 2012

June 30, 2012

June Follower Appreciation – Finishing With A Bang

by darkjade68

June Follower Appreciation – Finishing With A Bang

Well this is it… The Final List of Follower Links Celebrating “June Follower Appreciation Month” on “The Dark Globe”… I hope that all of you have enjoyed some of the Links, and Thank You to All of Our Followers, and Contributors to the Site.

We’re Ending With A Bang (Yes I fell a couple days behind, Lol), So here comes a whole Bunch of Links, which will Finish off our List of Follower’s Links…

Thanks again, and Enjoy

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June 30, 2012

It’s always the time to stand up

by Devina


Bullying, it happens to everyone at some point in their lives, in various ways and we can a see it all around. Kids are being picked on in school, even to adults being taken advantage of at the work place. But I want those of you who are reading this, that are going through this awful experience, to know that it’s okay to be frustrated we can’t help it at first but that doesn’t mean you let this terrorism to dominate your lives.

It has to stop and you, as an individual has a voice, speak up, initially it might seem daunting but you can do it, know that. Even for those who don’t (cannot speak, that is) let someone know, in fact, voice or no voice you need to let your friends and family know, even a favourite teacher because no one has to face it alone.

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June 30, 2012

Survivor: Northeast Pennsylvania

by Patrick Dykie

     A few month’s ago I posted a story here at The Dark Globe called “Camping.” If you remember the story, it dealt with my first, and possibly last family camping trip. Well, I didn’t take my own advice, as well as that of dozens of survival experts, trained rescue teams, and highly dedicated paramedics. My wife is a wilderness expert, and she somehow convinced me to give, “roughing it” another try. I attempted to remain calm as I tried to talk my way out of going. I said,

“Honey, if I wanted to rough it, I would build a time machine, travel to the distant past, change my name to Nog, live in a cave, and replace you with a woman with a caterpillar-like uni-brow.”

     After once again surviving a short, but challenging excursion into nature, I decided to write a list of ten things about camping that really bother me. I hope you see a little of yourself, and maybe revisit some of your own camping memories.

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