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  1. !Yes always glad to get a new Sabrina stan! Welcome to COP!!!
  2. It's not a full cover and it's not my best cover but I thought'd I share it. I only sing the chorus. https://vocaroo.com/i/s0tGSpVmnEbq
  3. Today is Demi's 26th birthday. I love her so fucking much!
  4. I may miss today's challenge because I'm going to the mall later.
  5. Enjoy this before Taylor Nation removes the video. I'm still upset that I couldn't go the the Reputation tour we deserve a tour movie.
  6. Good night COP! Love you guys!

    1. Dirkje


      I love you too! :love: 

  7. I disagree. Also it isn't 10 dollars. The cost of changing your name can vary from state to state, and can depend on how thorough ? and how fast ? you want the change to be. The greatest expense in the process of changing your name is obtaining a court order. Although you do not need a lawyer to obtain a court ordered name change, it can still cost in the range of $150 – $500 for various court and filing fees. Required documentation varies by state, and fees vary by county. There is no single fee that applies in every state across the country. You will need to check the website for your County Courthouse to find the precise amount required to file court documents where you live. Filing fees are usually around $25 per document. You can often obtain necessary forms from the courthouse free of charge. If not, you can purchase generic legal forms from an office-supply store for $1 – $2 each. Forms required may be a Petition for Name Change, Order for Name Change, and/or Affidavit of Name Change. After the name change has been ordered by the Court, you will have to pay an additional fee, which typically ranges $15 – $20 for each official copy you request.
  8. I'm guessing that they have an expensive mini speaker that they can blast louder than the shower but honestly I don't know.
  9. I'm in that new De La Renta channeling Bugs Bunny cause all i want is karats and some big drug money

  10. Big fat titties yes they be protruding. 

  11. ' Hermeisha Robinson wrote in a Facebook post Monday that she received an email from a representative of Mantality Health in Chesterfield, Mo., in which she was told the company would not consider hiring her because of her “suggestive ghetto name.”“Thank you for your interest in careers at Mantality Health,” a person named Jordan Kimler wrote. “Unfortunately, we do not consider candidates that have suggestive ‘ghetto’ names. We wish the best in your career search.” Robinson wrote that she was very upset because she knows she is well qualified for the position. She also said the company’s email had her second-guessing as to whether her name is actually ghetto or not. Another woman in the same area, Dorneisha Zachery, told KMOV that she received the same email from the same company.“The company looked at my name and said we don’t care about what you’ve done in life, your name is going to dismiss you completely,” Zachery told the news station. Jack Gamache, a representative of Mantality, told KMOV that the company’s account on the Indeed.com job posting website was hacked. CEO Kevin Meuret told the station that the company believes at least 20 people received similar emails. “This is not a reflection of who we are as a company,” Meuret said. “This is deplorable.”Meuret clarified that while the person whose name appears in the email signature is, in fact, a Mantality employee, they have absolutely nothing to do with the hiring process. He also said that person “is a great employee.” Chesterfield police are investigating the hacking claim and looking to the possibility that a disgruntled employee sent the emails.For their part, Indeed has spoken up and said they see no evidence of hacking on their end. “Account security is of utmost importance to Indeed and something that we diligently monitor. Account holders are responsible for use of their password and we recommend frequent updates and complete confidentiality of your password. Our investigation into this particular account shows no evidence of compromise,” the company told KMOV. https://www.theroot.com/company-tells-woman-via-email-her-ghetto-name-disqua-1828369802
  12. Florida Georgia Line. Wouldn't surprise me. @Maren Swift Do you agree?