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Lauren Hill Pens “Open Letter” Thanking Her Fans

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Fear is our most powerful enemy creating no value and hell bent on the destruction of our Humanity

just sayin,

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Watch the Entire Macy’s 4th of July 2013 Fireworks Show in 59 Seconds

The time-lapse was put together by Aymann Ismail of ANIMAL, and it captures the entire 2013 Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks show. Since the company’s offices are located in Hell’s Kitchen (on 11th Avenue between 44th and 45th Streets), each 4th of July, they get a perfect vantage point of the fireworks show from the building’s roof.

seramiles:

@MadlineOLeery — WORD WORD WORD

seramiles:

@MadlineOLeery — WORD WORD WORD

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well dam! No secret meeting just secret legislation. These motherfuckers just wont stop—-at anything to be in charge!

beatyourselfup:

whoa-hereshecomes:

stfuconservatives:

abaldwin360:

Then we can sit back and watch the republicans suddenly insist that drug testing is totally unconstitutional. It’d be fun.

Not the worst idea I’ve ever heard.

unrelated…
As a welfare recipient, and a non-republican (as if I have to validate myself first, but I know someone’s gonna assume as always), this is unrelated. Welfare, food stamps, and unemployment pay come nearly directly from taxpayers’ money.
Gun owners buy their guns from private retailers/other owners, and if they affect anyone else with their gun, it’s nothing the government can do about it because they’re not the sellers. The money that the gun owner spent on the gun did not come directly from other taxpayers, but from their own hard work.
I don’t think this is a bad idea either way, but wow, very unrelated.

No, it is a bad idea because welfare, food stamps and unemployment pay are not constitutional rights. Gun owners are not leaching off the backs of society to pay for their rights or guns. They purchased those guns with their OWN money, rather than out of the public purse. You’re basically implying that you think leaching off society should be a right.
You don’t think it’s a bad idea and you’re on welfare? Color me so surprised.

beatyourselfup:

whoa-hereshecomes:

stfuconservatives:

abaldwin360:

Then we can sit back and watch the republicans suddenly insist that drug testing is totally unconstitutional. It’d be fun.

Not the worst idea I’ve ever heard.

unrelated…

As a welfare recipient, and a non-republican (as if I have to validate myself first, but I know someone’s gonna assume as always), this is unrelated. Welfare, food stamps, and unemployment pay come nearly directly from taxpayers’ money.

Gun owners buy their guns from private retailers/other owners, and if they affect anyone else with their gun, it’s nothing the government can do about it because they’re not the sellers. The money that the gun owner spent on the gun did not come directly from other taxpayers, but from their own hard work.

I don’t think this is a bad idea either way, but wow, very unrelated.

No, it is a bad idea because welfare, food stamps and unemployment pay are not constitutional rights. Gun owners are not leaching off the backs of society to pay for their rights or guns. They purchased those guns with their OWN money, rather than out of the public purse. You’re basically implying that you think leaching off society should be a right.

You don’t think it’s a bad idea and you’re on welfare? Color me so surprised.

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"I know when I’m deciding whether or not to get an abortion, I always listen to men in trees."

— Inauguration attendee re: an abortion protester in a tree. Line of the day. (via nomoretexasgovernorsforpresident)

I am there with you.

I am there with you.

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