The Clothes She’s Wearing Are Special. When You Realize Why, Your Heart Will Melt.

Many of us take simple things in our lives for granted…

Walking around, brushing our teeth, putting our clothes on in the morning. It’s things like these that some people aren’t able to do on their own. Whether they have a genetic disease, a mental disorder, or a physical handicap, it can be a constant struggle to fit in with the world around them.

But one fashion designer is trying to change that.

Mindy Sheier and everyone at Runway of Dreams are doing incredible things. If you’d like to learn more about their awesome work, you can check out their website here.

Work it, girl!

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‘Vox readers need to panic’: Here was Vox’s Ebola prediction three weeks ago!/AG_Conservative/status/517100610890788864

Neither a lengthy press conference Tuesday by CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden nor a “FACT” tweet from the White House has managed to halt the outbreak of #EbolaPanicSelfies, but the expert Voxsplainers at are determined to placate the American public by any means necessary — even via a patronizing quiz.

There’s no reason for Americans to panic about Ebola:

— Matt Yglesias (@mattyglesias) September 30, 2014

No worries, then? As @JimmyPrinceton reminds us via retweet, it was just three weeks ago that the folks at Vox said there was no need to panic about Ebola coming to the United States, either.

Ebola has up to an 18% chance of coming to America. Here's why you don't need to panic.

— Vox (@voxdotcom) September 7, 2014

Can anyone give us a real reason not to panic?

Vox has only a 11.306% chance of surviving another 2 years. Here's why you don't need to panic.

— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) October 1, 2014

Time for an update?

@voxdotcom @iowahawkblog is that at not counting the case right now?

— Brettzky (@Longtabsigo) October 1, 2014

@voxdotcom @iowahawkblog a little more than 18% now, don't you think?

— Duane Helton (@dewey9er) October 1, 2014

@voxdotcom @iowahawkblog Well if VOX says it, it must be true. I'll sleep so much better now. LOL Like people going to Jon Stewart for news.

— Jdog (@jschau11) October 1, 2014

@voxdotcom @instapundit in other words, they were as right on this as they are on damn near everything else they report on. #GotIt

— Jonathan Sabin (@jonathanwsabin) October 1, 2014

@voxdotcom @iowahawkblog Looks like it's 100% certain now, idiots.

— Jon C. Marshall (@jcmarshall1) October 1, 2014

@voxdotcom @Gormogons so…panic?

— SarahLee (@sarailola) October 1, 2014

@voxdotcom @iowahawkblog Maybe Vox doesn't consider Dallas part of America.

— John Gort (@JohnGort) October 1, 2014

@voxdotcom @iowahawkblog Vox has a negative 85% chance of being right about anything

— Chris Hudson (@concretevol) October 1, 2014

Given Vox's track record of being wrong, it's probably time to panic. MT @mattyglesias: There’s no reason for Americans to panic about Ebola

— AG (@AG_Conservative) September 30, 2014

I really wasn't that concerned about Ebola until I saw that Vox was telling people not to worry.

— AG (@AG_Conservative) September 30, 2014

Incoming Vox Headline: How Ebola will strengthen the economy

— eric (@eriContrarian) September 30, 2014

You can only get Ebola from swallowing shit. Why Vox readers need to panic.

— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) October 1, 2014

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‘The science is settled’: Vox knows ‘real cause’ of Ebola outbreak

‘We’re screwed’! This Ebola Voxsplanation might make you a little nervous




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Viewers rip NBC for cutting away from a tennis match!/CAlvarezAranyos/status/208998661064114178

NBC decided to cut away from the French Open in order to show a track and field competition. That move has angered many viewers.

Amen. RT @BenRothenberg Tennis deserves way, way better than what NBC has given it for the last decade. #RG12

— Kyle Veazey (@kyleveazey) June 2, 2012

As a NYR fan, I already know NBC Sports coverage sucks, but cutting to track & field instead of showing the end of Woz v. Kanepi? Horrible.

— Kat (@Katallion) June 2, 2012

@nicklester Bailing right at end of potential Wozniacki upset at French Open? NBC Sports has no respect for tennis. Thankful for RG radio!

— Jeff McKown (@waythingsturn) June 2, 2012

NBC should have continued coverage of Wozniacki match that's bad of them. If it was another sport they would've extended coverage

— BIG Wilk (@Tennismann09) June 2, 2012

@BenRothenberg no, where can u watch it? is Wozzy still playing. Freaking NBC. #FAIL.

— Brinke Guthrie (@brinkeguthrie) June 2, 2012

Is NBC going to pull this stuff on finals weekend as well?

— Jelena Subotic (@suboticjelena) June 2, 2012

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Moms, Tell Us Your Craziest Memory From Labor And Delivery

Because body fluids are funny, amiright?

1. Remember before pregnancy when you had a sense of modesty about gross stuff?


Or maybe you didn’t. I don’t know your life. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

2. And then your uterus got a tenant and BOOM! your vaginal discharge became fair game for conversation.

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3. By the time you were actually in labor, you were sure your modesty had already been pushed to the brink.


4. But then you had a contraction just as your doctor was checking your cervix and your body clamped down on his arm so hard he couldn’t remove it for a full minute.


“I really need you to try to relax” he said.

Yeah. Right on top of that.

5. And later when you asked what that smell was, the on-call resident assured you with a smile that “poop is cool here.”

6. Ahhhh, the miracle of life.


7. So c’mon. Spill it. We want to hear about the time your water broke all over your dog and you had to give him a bath before you left for the hospital.


8. Share your funniest labor and delivery moments with us in the comments below!

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