Here are 5 things you should know.
1. Even if you have an emergency window breaking tool, it is nearly impossible to break a modern car window if you hit the center. Hit the corner in order to break it.
2. You can text 741741 to talk to a crisis counselor anonymously through text if you are suicidal, depressed, or feeling really down.
This number is for the U.S. Seriously, if you need to talk to someone there is absolutely no reason to feel bad about it or that you don’t deserve someone to listen to you.
You are worth it.
For the UK call 116 123
You can email them and in the future, they are going to have text. https://www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help-you/contact-us
For Canada 686868
For New Zealand 1737
Try Befrienders.org to find resources around the globe.
Also if in the Cambridgeshire area there is The Sanctuary. If you call 111 etc in crisis they will pick you up and take you to the center where there are people to talk to. Amazing people.
3. The Ocean Cleanup will Livestream the Launch of System 001 on September 8.
Mark your calendars. On September 8, The Ocean Cleanup will Livestream the launch of System 001 into the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
4. Giant Food Stores will be getting rid of their Store Card on September 10th, 2018.
This will affect all Giant stores. Customers will have the option to either sign up for a Bonuscard on the spot or to simply not receive any savings. The only way to receive benefits without a card will be to call a manager so that they can manually input it. At checkout, cashiers will have cards that customers can sign up for a card right there, and cashiers should be equipped with blank Bonus cards to hand out. The customer will have to text a number to begin using their card and apply it to the current order. Again, this will begin September 10th across all stores.
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