It's a museum (crappy old shed)
the 'm' is for museum. They have heaps of war stuff and planes and tanks you can go inside and stuff. What I remember mainly is this shitty maze thing that we just broke out of.. and there were dead birds everywhere, and 4 dollar zooper-doopers
Ahhh shit man. I wish I knew about that, I was convinced there is pretty much nothing here to do besides the zoo and pool. I am leaving tomorrow so I can’t check it out. damn
DUBBO HAS THE BEST ZOO? Have you been to the zoo?! Wait... why are you in Dubbo?
I went to the zoo today! I saw lots of animals and shit! I saw meercats, they are the bomb, they are like small cute dogs that stand on their hind legs! ahahaha I am in Dubbo for a holiday with my Aunt yep.
Yepp, but i miss Cayla too :(
Only 4 more days and shes back!
Now I am more confused because my next guess were people from Swansea but they don’t know Cayla!
I am going to say Ellie. If this is Ellie you threw me off because you usually add eeextra letters to woooordsss
I have never seen people so keen for a show, yet completely unexcited for the headlining act. I actually asked one of my friends if he was going and he was confused for about 10 seconds before saying ‘OH! The Ghost Inside & 50 Lions, Yeah I’m going’
What’s wrong with Parkway Drive? are they all 2009?
TWLOHA is a nonprofit recognized by the Federal Government. They are accountable just like every other nonprofit organization out there. Nonprofit does not mean an organization does not make money. EVERY nonprofit that exists makes money. They cannot take the money they have earned during that year and redistribute it amongst their staff. This doesn't mean that people don't get paid. Every employee at every nonprofit is paid. If they aren't paid they're usually an intern or a volunteer. TWLOHA takes the money raised through merch sales and donations and uses it for programs such as UChapters, MOVE Conferences, speaking engagements, awareness, and donations to treatment and recovery. TWLOHA must spend the money raised in accordance with their mission statement which is to "present hope and find help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide and invest directly in treatment and recovery." Their programs cover the first part and their donating to 1-800-SUICIDE and other organizations plus counseling scholarships for low-income people covers the second.
THEN HOW DO THEY MAKE SHIRTS WITHOUT USING PROFIT MONEY?