Ohai

Hair of Grease,
Lungs of Tar,
Mind of War.



California

tarassein:

"What we are doing to the forests of the world is but a mirror reflection of what we are doing to ourselves" ~Gandhi

tarassein:

"What we are doing to the forests of the world is but a mirror reflection of what we are doing to ourselves" ~Gandhi

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Beyoncé - Partition (Dave Audé Remix)

tyleroakley:

diancie:

rashadsays:

GOES SO HARD

THIS SLAYS THE GAME

reblogging this so i can twerk l8r

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justcallmesushi:

"We’re learning a lot about this thing called Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This war time disease. This combat fatigue diagnosis. And we read something worth sharing. Fact, urban youth are twice as likely to get Post Traumatic Stress Disorder than soldiers who are coming home from war. So tell me, what’s the difference between homicide in the streets and bloodshed on the battlefields of Iraq. […] The only difference there is between a soldier with PTSD and one of my students with it is that a soldier gets to leave the battlefield, while my kids go home to it."

Javon Johnson & Terisa Siagatonu- “PTSD

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policymic:

There was a “White Man March” this weekend and Twitter reacted perfectly

Massachusetts resident Kyle Hunt was so agonized by the entire world’s problems being blamed on white men that he called for a march to raise awareness of a little-known phenomenon he likes to call “white genocide.” Unfortunately for Hunt, the march ended up being more about the lack of support for his movement than “an international day for independent pro-White activism.”

In fact, barely 10 people showed up Saturday for White Man March in Cincinnati. Holding signs touting racist and objectionable slogans such as “DIVERSITY = WHITE GENOCIDE,” the protesters were very much in the minority.

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fandom-inc:

fandom-inc:

fandom-inc:

iM LAUGHING SO HARD THERE WERE TAMPONS IN MY FREEZER????????

I JUST ASKED MY BROTHER AND HE SAID THAT HE FOUND THE “POPSICLES” IN MOMMY’S BAG AND JUST DIDNT WANT THEM TO MELT IM LAUGHING

so he kept bothering me over and over because i was “keeping all the popsicles to myself” and i decided to let him open one…

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glitchbitch-:

I CANNOT SCROLL PAST THIS AND NOT REBLOG FUCK HAHHAHAHA

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“Don’t let small minds persuade you that your dreams are too big.”

—   Unknown (via gettingahealthybody)

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bebinn:

stfufauxminists:

Yeah fuck that person who thinks this isn’t intimidating for patients.
I do clinic escorting at a local clinic every weekend. We have a fence and the antis aren’t allowed on our property, luckily, but let me just tell you about my experience just today.
I had a woman ask me for my name multiple times. She knew I worked for the clinic because I wear an apron that says “clinic escort” on it. She kept telling me I didn’t “have” to work for an abortion clinic. This is part of a concerted effort on the part of anti-choicers to harass clinic workers into quitting their jobs. It’s actually called "And then there were none" and it’s pretty fucking disgusting.
When I walked up to a patient as she was getting out of her car (this is policy, we have to ask if the person has an appointment because the antis try to park on our property all the time), she got really scared at first because she thought I was one of the antis. She told me how relieved she was once she read my apron. This woman had an existing child that she mentioned to me as the antis were screaming over the fence about her “killing her baby”.
Another woman told me how she was worried I might be “with them” when I walked up, just because the knowledge of how anti-choicers harass people going into the clinic is so commonplace. She was also relieved to have me there. One of the anti-choicers yelled at her about killing her baby from over the fence. She burst into tears.
These people also yell at and harass the men that come into the clinics with either their partners or their family members. One woman kept yelling out to the men coming in to “protect [his] legacy”. 
This was all in one day. One day. I’ve had other experiences on other days when I’ve escorted that are just as bad or worse.
It’s not like these people stand there silently. They are actively yelling at folks and when they can, pursuing them. If an anti-choicer at my place of work can’t get to someone through the part of the fence that overlooks the parking lot, they will push their pamphlets through the parts of the fence that face the doors of the clinic. They are aggressive and totally insensitive to the feelings of any of the patients coming into the clinic.
I haven’t worked at this clinic long, but I have seen the emotional effects that these people have on patients coming into the clinic. So like yeah, in one picture it doesn’t appear that they’re harassing anyone, yelling, or threatening people. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen. And either way, who wants people staring at them when they’re going in for a medical procedure? Or when you come out of one, and you’re still so groggy from anesthesia that you need one of the clinic nurses (or even myself or someone else in my kind of position!) to hold you up and put you in the car?
Anyone who thinks the people standing outside of clinics are not doing it with the intent to harass and bully is wrong, and patients deserve to be protected from this kind of bullshit. My clinic has a big fence and the patients that we serve still feel harassed and bullied. I can’t imagine what it must be like for people going into a clinic without that, like what is pictured.


Thank you for the work you do. Clinic escorts are so brave, and so needed.

bebinn:

stfufauxminists:

Yeah fuck that person who thinks this isn’t intimidating for patients.

I do clinic escorting at a local clinic every weekend. We have a fence and the antis aren’t allowed on our property, luckily, but let me just tell you about my experience just today.

  • I had a woman ask me for my name multiple times. She knew I worked for the clinic because I wear an apron that says “clinic escort” on it. She kept telling me I didn’t “have” to work for an abortion clinic. This is part of a concerted effort on the part of anti-choicers to harass clinic workers into quitting their jobs. It’s actually called "And then there were none" and it’s pretty fucking disgusting.
  • When I walked up to a patient as she was getting out of her car (this is policy, we have to ask if the person has an appointment because the antis try to park on our property all the time), she got really scared at first because she thought I was one of the antis. She told me how relieved she was once she read my apron. This woman had an existing child that she mentioned to me as the antis were screaming over the fence about her “killing her baby”.
  • Another woman told me how she was worried I might be “with them” when I walked up, just because the knowledge of how anti-choicers harass people going into the clinic is so commonplace. She was also relieved to have me there. One of the anti-choicers yelled at her about killing her baby from over the fence. She burst into tears.
  • These people also yell at and harass the men that come into the clinics with either their partners or their family members. One woman kept yelling out to the men coming in to “protect [his] legacy”. 

This was all in one day. One day. I’ve had other experiences on other days when I’ve escorted that are just as bad or worse.

It’s not like these people stand there silently. They are actively yelling at folks and when they can, pursuing them. If an anti-choicer at my place of work can’t get to someone through the part of the fence that overlooks the parking lot, they will push their pamphlets through the parts of the fence that face the doors of the clinic. They are aggressive and totally insensitive to the feelings of any of the patients coming into the clinic.

I haven’t worked at this clinic long, but I have seen the emotional effects that these people have on patients coming into the clinic. So like yeah, in one picture it doesn’t appear that they’re harassing anyone, yelling, or threatening people. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen. And either way, who wants people staring at them when they’re going in for a medical procedure? Or when you come out of one, and you’re still so groggy from anesthesia that you need one of the clinic nurses (or even myself or someone else in my kind of position!) to hold you up and put you in the car?

Anyone who thinks the people standing outside of clinics are not doing it with the intent to harass and bully is wrong, and patients deserve to be protected from this kind of bullshit. My clinic has a big fence and the patients that we serve still feel harassed and bullied. I can’t imagine what it must be like for people going into a clinic without that, like what is pictured.

Thank you for the work you do. Clinic escorts are so brave, and so needed.

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oct4nandoz:

Okay, so I’m doing this camera give away. It was recently my birthday and i wanted a camera. So my Grandma and Dad ended up getting me the same thing, so i decided to keep one of them and give this one away.Directions:
You must be following me 
Reblog this as many times as you want for a better chance of winning.
If i choose you, i will message you. But please answer back as fast as you can.
If you win, we will discuss how we are going to send it.
I ship worldwide.
I will be choosing on the 24th of April.

oct4nandoz:

Okay, so I’m doing this camera give away. It was recently my birthday and i wanted a camera. So my Grandma and Dad ended up getting me the same thing, so i decided to keep one of them and give this one away.
Directions:

  • You must be following me 
  • Reblog this as many times as you want for a better chance of winning.
  • If i choose you, i will message you. But please answer back as fast as you can.
  • If you win, we will discuss how we are going to send it.
  • I ship worldwide.

I will be choosing on the 24th of April.

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