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    Lisa Falzon aka Meluseena on Etsy

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    fuck-me-barnes:

    tessalynn:

    A snippet from an article on Huffington Post about what it means to be working poor.

    Pretty spot on…

    I got into an argument today with someone who is a landlord, and they were outraged, outraged, to find that their evicted tenants owned an Xbox 360. Never mind that the console was ten years old and worth perhaps $50 on Craigslist, they were outraged that their evicted tenants did not sell it, along with the very clothes on their back, to pay their back rent. I tried to explain to him that when you are $1800 in back rent, $50 isn’t even a dent in that debt. Why bother? Why bother selling that $50 item if it isn’t going to get you any less evicted? If it’s not going to save you, you’ll hold on to it. Money becomes meaningless when you’ll never have enough to hold onto. You just let it flow like water through your hands. It’s all gone anyways, no matter what you do. It was gone before it ever touched you.

    This is what middle-class people and above never understand.

    All very true; I get so tired of arguing with people on Reddit who think that it’s a crime for poor people to have fun. But seriously, we’re still human. I don’t see the point in living in absolute misery for years and years just so that you can save up a meager sum of money. I’m not saying you shouldn’t save or plan for the future, but you also shouldn’t forget that you’re living right now and try to enjoy your life to the fullest. It’s a balancing act, one that some people are better at than others, and one that some people don’t have to do at all and so they just don’t understand it at all, because to them being poor is the absolute worst thing in the world that you can be. I think being utterly miserable is worse than being poor.

    That quote needs to be immortalized in gold somewhere.

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  • vonmunsterr:

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    aspergersissues:

    ultrafacts:

    Source For more facts follow Ultrafacts

    This is sickening.

    I went to a school like this when I was in grade six. My inhalers were locked up in the office, and I was having an attack. My memories are a bit foggy (I couldn’t breathe after all) but I recall my twin sister and somebody else wheeling me all the way to the office in a computer chair. Thankfully I was lucky and got my meds in time; I ended up off school for a week and a half recovering.

    This shit is scary. Rescue inhalers should be on the person of the child who NEEDS them, and if they are too young then they should be with the caregiver. There is absolutely no excuse to keep RESCUE MEDICATIONS locked up away from the people who need them FAST.

    Wait what why are you not allowed to have an inhaler?? Don’t schools have first aid kits with inhalers and spacers in them? Is this America what are you guys doin over there

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  • spacemuffinz:

    cwtae-withthataxeeugene:

    A delicately choreographed whatever the hell it is they’re doing.

    i like how the black cats just don’t give a fuck their tales don’t even twitch and they’re probably judging all the other cats there like what is wrong with you

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  • "Our children are disconnecting with nature. By the time they are seven years old, most youngsters have been exposed to more than 20,000 advertisements. They can identify 200 corporate logos, but they cannot identify the trees growing in their front yards."
    Celeste Mary (via purplebuddhaproject)

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  • kittyit:

    barbie

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  • notallwugs:

    Two scientists walk into a bar:

    "I’ll have an H2O."

    "I’ll have an H2O, too."

    The bartender gives them both water because he is able to distinguish the boundary tones that dictate the grammatical function of homonyms in coda position as well as pragmatic context.

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  • co-ver:

    Video games are great, they let you try your craziest fantasies. For example, on the sims, you can have a job and a house

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  • killapede:

    some more outside drawings! I went to LA for a while

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  • thuggamane:

    Ok so i’ve just seen this on my timeline on twitter and quite frankly I’m angry. This is in london and the metropolitan police here are known to be racist. With all that’s going on in America right now i thought I’d shed some light on what’s happening here in the UK. While its illegal to bear arms in this country, the systematic racism and discrimination still remains against black people, men in particular. Racial profiling is an epidemic and with social media at the forefront it’s been easier to really see how often this occurs, Please re blog this and spread this on your dashboard! These racist authorities need to be exposed!

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  • horrible-princess:

    it’s interesting to me that ppl associate forced labor with communism when you will most likely literally die if you don’t work under capitalism

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  • darksilenceinsuburbia:

    Out of the Closets, Into the Streets: Gay Liberation photography 1971-1973 at Edmund Pearce Gallery, Melbourne

    1. Phillip Potter. Gay is Good,1971, printed 2014

    Digital C type print on Kodak Endura Matte
    © Phillip Potter

     2. Phillip Potter. Queens, 1971

    3. Ponch Hawkes.Gay Liberation march, Russell Street, Melbourne. Melbourne, 1973

    4. Rennie Ellis.The Kiss, Gay Pride Week, Melbourne 1973. Silver gelatin photograph. © Rennie Ellis

    5. Barbara Creed.Julian Desaily and Peter McEwan in the back of a VW Combi van, Melbourne. Melbourne, c. 1971-73. Digital C type print on Kodak Endura Matte. © Barbara Creed

    6. John Englart.Dancing with the Hare Krishnas in the Sydney Domain. Sydney, 1973.Digital C type print on Kodak Endura Matte. © John Englart

    7, 8 & 9. Anonymous. Graffiti on Melbourne streets.1971-73

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  • dacuntgod:

    beemill:

    Massachusetts State Police Issue Apology for “Racial Profiling Saves Lives” Bumper Sticker, But Not Before Lying About It

    Massachusetts State Police issued an apology Monday for a bumper sticker on one of their police cruisers that read: “Racial Profiling Saves Lives,” but not before lying about it.

    Boston resident Chris Kantos, was walking Sunday morning and came across on official police cruiser, number 1183, and noticed an odd bumper sticker on it.

    Kantos tweeted this image out immediately.

    Instead of apologizing immediately, Boston PD removed the sticker and published a second image of the cruiser with no bumper sticker. Then accused Kantos of photoshopping the image.

    “Why on earth would I photoshop something like that?” Kantos asked on Twitter.

    read more: http://thefreethoughtproject.com/police-issue-apology-racial-profiling-saves-lives-bumper-sticker-lying/

    *sigh*

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