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Who is the daddy activist?
A Google search of the keywords, "Daddy Activist" results in several stories about Donald Tenn, widely known in media and social circles as the daddy activist. Donald frequently dresses like spiderman in his work as an activist for the organization, fathers4justice. I have personally met Donald several times, he is an activist for children's rights.
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You can say 'Who is your daddy'? or 'Who's your daddy?' but not 'Whose'. The common confusion between the correct usage of "whose" and "who's" results from the similarity in… their pronunciation. In deciding which is correct in any given instance you should always remember that possessive pronouns never take apostrophes, even though possessive nouns do. So "Who's" can only ever mean "who is," as in "Who's going to buy the next round of drinks?" or "who has," as in "The person who's been drinking my beer is dead!" "Whose" is the possessive form of "who" and is used as follows: "Whose turn is it to pay for the champagne?" They have also published a book "Common Errors in English Usage" that you might buy and sit it alongside your dictionary and your thesaurus at your elbow as you write.
An activist is a person who is passionate about what they believe in and helps educate other people about the subject at hand. For example, Inflammatory Breast Cancer Foundati…on. Activists help spread awareness of the disease by writing and/or calling ALL forms of media letting people know there is more than one type of breast cancer and you don't have to have a lump to have breast cancer. Some IBC activists have a blog on a subject they know is vital. When touched by anything, whether it be a disease or politics, these activists are working diligently to make people aware of their cause. AnswerAn activist is a person who works toward social change. They work to change the way that society functions with regard to some social problem. Activism goes much deeper than educating others about a subject though that is a form of activism. Other forms of activism include protests, boycotts, writing letters and organizing rallies around a particular issue or set of issues.
A party activist is someone who is aligned with a political, economic, or social party and who promotes that party's principles through a variety of means. Party activists ca…n be passive, reflecting their views in subtle ways that may go virtually unnoticed or active, communicating their views outwardly through speech, video, actions, etc.
An activist is a person or a group of people who tries to make change in the world like peace. Like many peace keepers : Craig Kielburger, John Lennon, Gundi... and maybe u co…uld be one too) " One Person can make a big difference in the World" ~Antonymous read Janet Willson's New Book: "One Peace" to find out more about Craig Kielburger and many wonderful people! Hope this is useful!=)
The qualities of an activist are Commitment: It Separates Doers from Dreamers 2. Communication: Without It You Travel Alone 3. Courage: One Person with Courage Is a Major…ity 4. Initiative: You Won't Leave Home Without It. 5. Creativity: Think Outside the Box. 6. Passion: The Stronger Your Fire, The Greater Your Potential 7. Positive Attitude: If You Believe You Can, You Can 8. Problem Solving: You Can't let Problems Trouble Yo Vision: You Can Seize Only What You Can See
Your daddy is the one who loves you more than all the world. He is the one who gets up and makes sure that you are comfortable at night, disciplines you when you need it, and …takes up for you when no one else will. He's YOUR daddy and no one else except your brother or sister can say that! Mommy chose your daddy because she knew that he would be the best daddy in the whole world. You know how particular your Mommy is, so you know that she took a lot of time to choose just the right Daddy. Not just anybody, but one who would be the greatest dad for her family. And she was right! No other daddy can be what your daddy is...your dad! .................................................................................................................................................................... Who ever asked this... is a DUMB fuXk
It either means couple love. Or ur kid is trying to call u
If you ask "Who's your daddy?," you are exerting dominance over someone. If you make a slam dunk in a basketball game, you would turn to the opposing team and ask, "who's your… daddy?" to imply that you are their daddy, i.e., you are in charge of them.
An activist is simply 'one who acts upon their beliefs'. An activist tries their hardest to go for their beliefs and against what they don't believe in.
ACTIVIST - one involved in a group or program directly seeking a policy or change Example : "The housing activist was invited to the city planning meeting." Example : "Ral…ph Nader was a consumer affairs activist." Example : "Martin Luther King was an activist in the civil rights movement."
A dad or daddy is a male who either fathered a child or is a guardian of the child. In this role, a dad is supposed to protect, care for, and provide for the health and well-b…eing of the child. A dad should be trustworthy, reliable, honest, loving, and responsible for the child/children he fathers.
A peace activist is a person or group that activates peace for countries all over the world. In World War 2 and in the Korean War the Presidents had a Peace activist to speak …with the countries to see what the United States needed to do in order to restore Peace in the world.
A pacifist is the opposite of an activist.
In Urban Slang
Here are some meanings for "Daddy": your fatherany male significant other (boyfriend, husband)a dominant male in a gay sado-machochistic relationship
A political activist is an individual who takes action in order to change laws. These people are often lightning rods for controversy because of the divisive issues that t…hey address.
Anyone should hire an activist. Unless this is the job you are searching for in being an activist. I am not sure who would hire you as an activist, as most are on a …volunteer basis. Not so much paid basis. Many groups that have a cause are non profits and the people that help them with the activities of being an activist don't get paid for working as an activist, whether it be for picketing something or rallying or sending out flyers to the public on their cause on the street corner or in front of a public place. IF you are doing their accounting or answering their phones or something along the lines that you must get paid, then that would be different. You would get paid or should get paid unless they mention that they don't pay for such things. It also depends on the state you are living in as well and the non profit group that you support as an activist. And the cause you support as well. How big they are and if there are openings for paid employees. But most have nothing more then volunteer jobs to do. Now if you are an activist being discriminated against because you are an activist of a certain cause, trying to get a job with an employer, I would no longer put it on the job applications and see what happens. You may get hired. You don't have to share everything on a job application with an employer. I am an activist for children and elderly and animals. But I never put it on the job applications. And yes I have done many a rally and done flyers and put them out to the public as well, and been arrested for protesting many a time. But the cause was worth it and the laws got changed and that is all that mattered to me and the cause. So keep looking something may come along right up your alley!