1. nastyghoul:

    what do you mean you dont believe in abortion and gay marriage they clearly exist

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  4. noirsyndrome:

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    undeadlife:

    one of my favorite poems ever and it was written by someone on tumblr. Check out the source “Travels” writes a lot of great stuff. Seriously.

    i love this a lot

    ugh

    i’ve met this kid, he goes to school like 10 minutes from me. this is weird

    (Source: travels-, via haggardlee-deactivated20130811)

     
  5. dendroica:

    Mayflower Oil Spill: Exxon Doesn’t Want You to Know People Are Getting Very, Very Sick

    The oil spill in Mayflower, Arkansas has left residents outside the evacuation zone complaining of illness. Exxon says the air is safe, but new documentation shows they lied and attempted to cover up the extent of the oil spill. We should trust residents who are suffering from spill-induced illness, not Exxon.

    “I could smell that horrible smell. I got really scared,”says Sherry Appleman, who awoke to a nightmare on March 29. As the Exxon Tar Sands oil flowed through their town, residents of Mayflower reported strong odors that lead to headaches and vomiting in areas that Exxon deemed safe and not in need of evacuation. Some of residents, like Scott Crowe, were deemed safe to remain in their homes where a mere 300 yards from the rupture site. They say they haven’t heard from city officials or Exxon, but have experienced headaches, stomach pains, nausea, fainting, and have been prescribed inhalers for the first time.

    Ann Jarrell reports that she stayed at home with her daughter and a 3 month old grandchild despite the smells because they were told they didn’t need to evacuate and were safe. Ann Jarrell is a beekeeper and found dead, oil-soaked bees on her porch. The state plant board agreed to evacuate her bees to a safe location, but deemed the situation safe enough for Jarell’s family. They later learned it was likely they’d been exposed to toxic chemical fumes, and are now suffering from breathing problems and have been placed on inhalers.

    A local elementary school outside the evacuation zone had to send home eight students who became ill after breathing petrochemical fumes. Although Exxon had determined the air around the school safe, residents, including school officials, reported strong odors of oil in and around the building. These are just a handful of disturbing examples of illness in Mayflower after the oil spill. One Mayflower resident, despite being able to see the leak from her home, was told by Exxon that residents were merely suffering allergies. Some of the residents affected by the spill have filed a class action lawsuit.

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  7. i wish all these butterflies in my stomach would just take a break, they must be tired from all that fluttering.

     
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    1. boy: shit baby you're so wet already
    2. girl: that's actually just vaginal discharge and my body is cleansing itself from bacteria and dead cells to prevent infection and to maintain optimal reproductive health i'm not even all that turned on right now and i would prefer to go get some food or something
     
  9. paigeallenyummm:

    “this leaves men confused and unable to pigeonhole you. What they are forced to do instead is… take you seriously.”

    Reblog every time

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