At least twice.
The problem is that everyone "cared" but nothing was really done.
Because it was a fad, everyone rallied around sharing the fact that this man is taking children but doing so ignores the fact that it's been done for decades and no one wanted to do anything because it wasn't brought to their attention.
Even now, I haven't seen anything about him on Facebook in at least a week.
"it's so terrible! Make Kony famous!" (which is a terrible choice of words) but the next day is just a bunch of the same old nonsense "zomg, I'm going to eat curly fries!! <3"
im about to make one
i wanna take off your clothes, hang em up real nice
do some of your laundry, separate colors from the whites
clean your glasses , so you can see beautiful sights
if you get in a pinch, i'll help you out in some fights
ill even buy your kid a cool toy
all work no play makes him a dull boy
to be awesome you don't even have to try
did you maybe grow up with the amirite guy?
Have you heard of Platform 9 and 3/4? Well, I can think of something else with the exact same measurements
With the use of a Flame-Freezing Charm, the flames can be rendered harmless, creating only a gentle tickling sensation. Wendelin the Weird enjoyed being burned so much that she allowed herself to be caught no less than forty-seven times in various disguises.
Probably the scene where Dumbledore leaves him on the Dursley's doorstep
I'm rereading them all and so far my favorite scene to reread came at the end of GoF. I've discussed this with someone else, but having already read the entire series, it was just so emotionally heavy to go back and read the moment when it all went to hell. The moment Fudge could have stepped up and headed Tom off before anything too horrible happened, but stood and did nothing. The line that gets me the most from that scene is, "We may still be able to save the situation" Fred, Dobby, Lupin, Tonks, Moody, Colin, Dumbledore, Emmeline Vance, Snape and so many more all could have lived had Fudge done what needed to be done right then and there. It's just really amazing looking back on it like that and it makes me a bit angry that they left such an incredibly crucial point of the war out of the film. This wasn't a pointless scene of Harry in charm's class, it was the moment that forever changed the Harry Potter world.
You think that's bad? I once typed "two" instead of "2" and I missed the entire 9th grade.
Jake, Jake, my dear Jake
I want to stab you with a rake
And dump your body in a lake
Or bake it in a birthday cake
I hope you get bitten by a snake
Your empty promises were so fake
You really made my poor heart ache.
You obviously don't know what love is. Love is taking the trash out for your mom when you know she had a long day, it's holding back from saying that little comment that will ruin your friend's day, it's picking up your significant other's favorite flavor of ice cream even though you don't really like it. Love is about denying the selfishness of human nature because you love a person enough to do that little something for them.
The sweet feeling of a grand gesture will fade in time, the little sacrifices permeate forever. You have some growing up to do.
No, one time I was having a really bad day...Olive Hornby was teasing me about my glasses. I ran into the bathroom stall and locked myself in there and cried. After the tears dripped away, I took a look at the wall and saw "You are perfect" written there and it made my day. Then, I opened the door as a confident young woman. As I walk out, I hear a boy's voice, I look and it was Tom Riddlle opening the Chamber of Secrets and letting the basilisk out. I died, but I died happy...all because of a girl scrawling "You are perfect" on the inside of a dirty bathroom stall.
also try this one: put the hand of someone who is sleeping in a glass of water and then pee on him!