What is a way to get girls on Omegle?
I'm not sure how to start this, but I think I've seen it all. I've seen the usual things that come along with being in a new hobby, such as how you want to get in shape and how you're a "muscle guy". Then you find your local gym and there you go. You get into an intense workout of lifting weights with a band and a machine for hours on end and then you look down at your waist and think, "You know what, if I could only get in shape some more, I'd be an Olympic weightlifter" and then you feel guilty for being such a "fat bastard".
But let's be real, it's pretty obvious. So I've been thinking about the fat-shaming part of the equation. I'm not a fat guy. If you're really fat, then maybe it's not so bad. I've always had a problem with the "you're too skinny to be a bodybuilder" trope in which people are told they're not thin enough for a bodybuilder and that they're too small for a bodybuilder. The thing is, if a person has the same body type as a bodybuilder, but is not training as much as a bodybuilder and is doing better then the bodybuilder, it's pretty easy to see that they're not that great of a bodybuilder. They're not going to look like a bodybuilder. It's a very specific type of bodybuilder
Girls that put all of their attention on you and your game will never be satisfied, they just won't want to make a long-term commitment and may end up just being a slut.
—A young woman in a black hoodie
It's one of the more peculiar stories in recent American history. In November, a white police officer killed an unarmed black man, Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Missouri. A month later, another officer shot and killed another unarmed black man, Walter Scott, in North Charleston, South Carolina.
The violence in these cases and others like them — the recent shooting of unarmed black men by police officers in New York City and Baltimore, the killing of Eric Garner by police in Staten Island — has provoked widespread national concern about race relations in America. As the deaths of Michael Brown and Walter Scott continue to draw national attention, so does the persistent failure of police departments to respond to incidents of police misconduct.
This national anger has helped fuel the Black Lives Matter movement. But the activists also represent an important challenge to a society in which police officers are often portrayed as angels.
A number of officers have already been fired for shooting unarmed suspects.