The clothes closet is one of the fastest places in our households to get cluttered. It's so easy to stick something that you don't know what to do with in the closet. After all it's out of the way and keeping some other part of your house from becoming cluttered. The clothes closet also becomes a storage area for clothing and accessories that are outdated, ripped, or stained. It is a holding place for clothes that might come back into style, accessories that were bargain but we don't really like, and things that cost us a fortune but that we'll never wear again because we don't like them, don't fit into them, or don't lead that kind of life anymore. Cleaning out a clothes closet can hurt. It's hard to throw away stuff that is still good, stuff that cost us a lot of money. But it has to be done. So think ahead to how good it will feel to have a closet filled with all of the things you like. Think ahead to how good it will feel to see everything in your closet. Think how nice it will feel to look in your closet and not feel guilty about all those things you have but can't wear anymore. I prefer the closet doubler; I find it more convenient to see and get to the clothes I want. As you remove items place them in one of five piles: KEEP, REPAIR, GIVE AWAY, THROW AWAY, MOVE. This includes all clothes, shoes, hats, belts, ties, etc. If you are not sure it fits, try it on now. Your KEEP pile should include the clothes you love to wear and the clothes that make you feel good when you wear them. It should include your special occasion wardrobe, too, as long as it meets the above criterion. If you are sure you will wear them once they are repaired, take them to your local dry cleaner or alterations shop and have them repaired. If you can (and want) to do the work yourself, gather the repair items, put them in your repair center and give yourself two weeks to repair them. If you haven't gotten around to them by then, gather up the clothing and donate it. Put these articles in a box or bag and put them in the trunk of your car now. At your earliest convenience take them to your local charity. Remember to get a receipt for tax purposes. This includes items that are ripped or stained. Bag those items up and put them out with your household trash now. Take the time now to put those items where they belong. If there is no room to put a particular item away, make note of the area and put it on your list of places to declutter. Stuff it in there for now or put it in the garage, but don't put it back in your closet. Once again, if you share a closet keep your items separate. If you have some odds and ends that need a home in your closet, consider buying some inexpensive organizing containers to store them. Many people are finding that an over the door pocket shoe holder is great for odds and ends and accessories. 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Where Can We Buy The 384664 023 Men Size Jordan 6 Retro Black Infrared 2014,136027 035 Women Size Air Jordan 5 Oreo Black Cool Grey White Go to WALMART!!! Best place ever for stuff like that. They are cheap enough I usually buy 2 pairs of indoor shoes! They will need white soled non marking shoes for the whole year! And they are usually easier to find august/september for back to school. So, I buy the size they are now, and one size up. They are usually kept at the school too so they can be sure they are only worn inside, so mark them inside with perminant markers sharpies or a lable from mables lables (those things come in so handy!) Make sure anything you are marking for school gets marked with their name on the inside don't buy the backpacks etc with their names on it. I worked in a daycare in a rougher area of the city but it could happen anywhere. The mom wrote the little girls name on the outside of her backpack (and many other things). We had asked her many times to stop doing that. She was coming out of the school one day and a guy called her name. She started walking over when our before and after school teacher stopped her, and asked who he was she said she didn't know. So they went into the school. She really didn't know him he just saw her name, and called it. Kids think people that know their names, know them. So, schools and daycares ask you to mark things on the inside. 384664 023 Men Size Jordan 6 Retro Black Infrared 2014 I tuned into Meet the Press on Sunday, eager to watch an interview with Libertarian cum Republican Rand Paul, GOP Senate candidate in Kentucky. I was disappointed. Ron son Rand had canceled. But maybe that for the best. Rand Paul will be Kentucky next senator. This anti Washington political cycle guarantees it; but he needs to be handled with care. Rand is the kind of guy you would have enjoyed in college. in the morning. They always so certain the world would be saved if we just follow Ayn Rand. Like Ayn Rand, who spins a good yarn, your old college roomie could spin an argument that almost seems to make sense a few hours past midnight. Take Rand peculiar take on the 1964 Civil Rights Acts. Hypothetical late night college chat: course a private business should have the right to exclude blacks if it wants too. The feds have no businesses telling anyone how to run their business. I not being racist. It their right; if people don like it, put them out of business. Now what do you want to watch next, Massacre on Showtime or of the G strings on Cinemax? yawn. Except it doesn make sense if you spend more than a few minutes thinking about it. Take Rand view on private businesses and civil rights. The reason a private business can exclude blacks is not an infringement on the business owner. It was about stopping the institutionalized racist system that was entrenched in the South 40 odd years ago from forcing either through pressure or law businesses to compete in a society that discriminated by race. In fact, it the libertarian position to oppose that. That Paul doesn realize that is troubling. Ayn Rand or Rand Paul: doesn matter, the answer is always the same. Keep government out and the world will sort itself out in time. Of course, in the meantime, the not pretty market world will crush innocent people, obliterate irreplaceable landscapes, destroy lives, discriminate at will and, oh, be just fine with institutionalized racism. You know, until a correction votes the bums out, or puts the racists out of business, or forces bleeding hearts to feed the staving instead of using MY tax dollars to do so. Ah, libertarianism. Clean and magical; except when it not. And it not a lot of the time. Rand Paul, like all libertarian true believers, has mistaken a principle for a coherent, practical approach to the real world. This is nothing new. Thomas Hardy described the same thing in Far from the Madding Crowd (although it was about a young sheepdog named son that had driven a herd of sheep over a cliff): son had done his work so thoroughly that he was considered too good a workman to live, and was, in fact, taken and tragically shot at twelve o that same day another instance of the untoward fate which so often attends dogs and other philosophers who follow out a train of reasoning to its logical conclusion, and attempt perfectly consistent conduct in a world made up so largely of compromise. If I were to perchance accept your argument, your article states: It was about stopping the institutionalized racist system that was entrenched in the South 40 odd years ago from forcing either through pressure or law businesses to compete in a society that discriminated by race. Ok, well if this was the justification for it then, which I basically agree was a solid justification, we do not need it now surely. So, why not repeal the law or at least particular parts of the law? Maybe that is exactly what should be discussed, or is it too politically sensitive? Blacks are not at the present disenfranchised, and the political machine in the south is not entirely dominated and has not been monopolozed by whites. So, repeal the law, eh? As you stated, it was about changing institutional racism and additively, I think liberating a group of people from total disenfranchisment. If this is the priority and primary justification, well, then it no longer has this as a justification, except maybe in the eyes of the SPLC. You know, that criminal organization. I feel like the reason I like the libertarian movement is that though extreme, it balances out some fallacious political notions on the other side of the spectrum. Libertarians are fairly sound on economic policy; though we may not like to accept complete capitalism and the way it can destroy people, the libertarian views of the Federal Reserve, FDIC, extreme government spending etc. are very insightful. Some social programs, like social security, medicare, etc., and our views on foreign intervention, are preferences, and that is what people should vote on, as it is their tax money going towards it. And though a lot of libertarians may disagree with some social programs, they likely will never completely disappear. And that probably a good thing. But there shouldn be any argument as to whether or not the Fed is using irresponsible policies, or if the government is being counterproductive. I just think that right now, a little bit of libertarianism (via government slashing, fed auditing, honesty) is what the country needs. Sorry if I went a little off topic. The talk about racism ignores the crucial distinction between by law and by tradition. It was right to repeal the wrong Jim Crow laws establishing segregation, it is wrong to combat people slothful clinging to tradition by the government gun. In other words, your hypothetical college roommate (and Ayn Rand) were unassailably right. Either individuals have rights or they don If they have rights, that necessarily includes the right to make irrational judgments, as long as they do so within their rights. People thus have the right to do all sorts of irrational things, like take drugs, go to the church, and stoop to racial discrimination. The only alternative is to have the government dictate what counts as rational behavior. On another post, Ayn Rand did not hold that leaving people free means they be trusted to care about the good of the community. She (correctly) held that no one should be concerned with good of the community, only with his rational self interest. After all, she wrote a book titled: The Virtue of Selfishness. She opposed any collectivist standard of morality. Like Ayn Rand, who spins a good yarn, your old college roomie could spin an argument that almost seems to make sense a few hours past midnight and then, in perfect modern American pragmatist fashion, you remember that the phrase sense now means whatever works right now. You move on in life, biting your tounge at just the right times, saying what is expected to be said when it expected you acquire a nice pile of money and friends and kids and possessions. You long since convinced yourself that that college buddy of yours was crazy. That you knew something he didn and of course you did. After all, look at what you accomplished by being You really think you don need him or the principled, passionate approach to ideas he represents. And then, years later, attempting to stave off that empty feeling that been nagging you all along anyways that nothing you done to fill it has filled it you find yourself writing about that guy after all. You end up interested in what he was interested anyways. Only now, all these years later, you mind is too warped too rounded off from years of thinking to even realize that all those ideas, answers, and passion are needed from you and by you just as much as they were for him.
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