Soft Targets - The Kids Want Action b/w Don't Ask Why mp3 flac
In this video I invite you to take a very conscious look at the deeper reasons why you're drawn to children or repelled by them and how there is a clear reflection of your inner child found in your positive or negative reaction to kids.
Why I DON'T want kids.
A. The Kids Want Action. Drums – Dave PotterElectric Bass – Dan KissElectric Guitar – Chris Auman, Reg ShraderLyrics By – Chris AumanSongwriter – Chris Auman. B. Don't Ask Why. Backing Vocals – Chris Negrete, Jane Hanna (2)Drums – Dave PotterElectric Bass – Dan KissElectric Guitar – Chris Auman, Reg ShraderKeyboards – Jane Hanna (2)Lead Vocals – Chris AumanLyrics By – Chris AumanSongwriter – Reg Shrader.
A "soft target" is "a person or thing that is relatively unprotected or vulnerable, especially to military or terrorist attack. Alternatively, a highly defended target is referred to as "hard target". The terms "soft target" and "hard target" are flexible in nature and the distinction between the two is not always clear.
Use them for warm-up, cool-down, following directions, dancing, fitness, and games.
Why don’t I want kids? This will help you to organize your feelings on the matter and sort out what the rational fears are versus the more inconsequential ones. It’s OK to worry about things like how your life and marriage will change, and to tailor your expectations, Sharma says. But you need to ask yourself if you’re ready to put your child’s needs ahead of your own - not just in their infancy when they can’t do things for themselves, but even as they get older and require more emotional or spiritual guidance. Am I ready? This one is tricky, Seidel says, because very few people actually feel ready to start a family, but it applies to a number of different factors.
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Kate McDonough doesn't want kids, and some people can't seem to wrap their head around that. She's thoughtful, patient, and enjoys working with kids. Some women don't want kids. And that's OK. This comic breaks it down. Kate McDonough doesn't want kids, and some people can't seem to wrap their head around that. I have never felt the desire to be a mom, even when I try to force it," she wrote on her blog.
Wanting to live a life without children may not be very new, but women actually making the move toward a life that is childfree -and being vocal about it - is finally catching on and that’s a great thing for all of u. .When I tell people that, I get one of three responses: I am either told I will change my mind, that I am selfish and it is somehow my duty to procreate, or that it’s awesome that I know what I want and good for me for not conforming to pressure
You don’t hit people, you don’t want to be horrible and nasty. You’re usually just trying to be funny, but sometimes the things you say do hurt people. Quite often, in fact. Give me an example,' said Damian. Speaker 4: Well, I do like going to the cinema, but it’s not as cheap as it used to be. If we take the kids, by the time we’ve bought some popcorn and had a drink, it’s about £50. That’s a lot of money for a couple of hours of some special effects. It’s a shame, though, because the kids really do enjoy seeing a film in the cinema. Makes it more of an event. It’s just not worth it financially, though.
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|A||The Kids Want Action
Drums – Dave PotterElectric Bass – Dan KissElectric Guitar – Chris Auman, Reg ShraderLyrics By – Chris AumanSongwriter – Chris Auman
|B||Don't Ask Why
Backing Vocals – Chris Negrete, Jane Hanna Drums – Dave PotterElectric Bass – Dan KissElectric Guitar – Chris Auman, Reg ShraderKeyboards – Jane Hanna Lead Vocals – Chris AumanLyrics By – Chris AumanSongwriter – Reg Shrader
- Artwork – Mike Dixon
- Mastered By – Carl Saff
- Recorded By – Kris Poulin