Author: Carol

Karmel Wade, the woman who turned people’s stomachs

Karmel Wade, the woman who turned people's stomachs

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It was only four years ago when I wrote about Karmel Wade and I was pretty sure that I had taken on the challenge of finding out what it was about this woman that could turn people’s stomachs. Why was it that no one liked her? And why were there so many people out there who were willing to buy into the idea that a woman who is successful has to resort to violence?

Karen Bass and I are the same age. And she was my friend at the time. We were just talking about her and another woman from our high school. And that other woman wasn’t even an athlete in high school!

She wasn’t a athlete. She was a cheerleader. And she was one of three cheerleaders who had been to a national competition and was going to be in a regional cheerleading competition and was going to be a cheerleader at our school. And she was one of three girls who were going to be cheerleaders at our high school. And she didn’t think that cheerleaders should be on the cheerleading squad of their high school.

We are talking about the woman who had gone to a national competition and had a cheerleading scholarship. And she didn’t have any problem with cheerleaders at her school cheering for her because, you know, she knew how to cheer. And she didn’t have any intention of having to compete with the cheerleaders because, you know, she was too good for them. It wasn’t anything that she did that made her feel threatened by the cheerleaders. And because she didn’t have any intention of competing with them, they didn’t have to have any problem with her.

I was probably the only person at that high school that thought she was a threat to anyone’s rights.

As a parent, when a parent brings a child up in a particular way, they try to raise them in that way. And when that child gets a scholarship, they think that they are better, they are better than everyone else. And they can’t say, “Well, I really mean it. I really believe in what I did.” They don’t want to admit to themselves that they’re full of themselves, because that’s not who they are. And if they admit they have to admit to themselves to be better than their high school, which is the most competitive high school in the country, that’s

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