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nursejpg:

*listens to ur heart with a stethoscope* *takes ur temperature* *flashes a light in ur eyes* yep…. it’s exactly as i expected…. ur really cute….. *writes a prescription for lots of kisses*

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unphazedcat:

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jahzara:

asia247:

Lee Gook Joo: Vogue October, 2014

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GUYS I LOVE HER SO MUCH

HELL YESS

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The Psychic Signs
  • Aries: Clear, most untainted vision and energy
  • Taurus: Clairsentience, intuitive in observing body language
  • Gemini: Communicative intuition. In a way, telepathy
  • Cancer: Most empathetic and sensitive to psychic energy
  • Leo: Sixth sense, open to direction by spirit world
  • Virgo: Clairaudience, most intuitive mind
  • Libra: Psychic control over other's emotions by observing body language
  • Scorpio: Psychic mind reading, susceptible to paranormal experience
  • Sagittarius: Clairvoyance, highest connection to faith
  • Capricorn: Most wise, 'feeling' the future
  • Aquarius: Intuition, precognitive, knowing senses
  • Pisces: Most psychic, in dreams, sensing other's moods


"oh my god, you’re seriously going to pay college kids $15 an hour to flip burgers? get a real job!"

scenicroutes:

a real job? you mean, like, an internship at the white house?

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okay, well what about the national democratic party?

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what about interning at the united nations?

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wow damn it’s almost like our economy functions on stealing labour from hardworking young people, regardless of whether their jobs are “real” or not

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milkeemountainmama:

nom-chompsky:

super-eklectic1:

alwaysaurora:


Chelsea Peretti:

A lot of my friends are vegans now, which I don’t care: eat whatever you want.  I just think that my least favorite part of the vegan diet is the verbal part where they explain it to you.
 It’s just endless.  They’re like, “I’m a vegetarian, but I don’t even eat milk or honey because it takes animal labor to make milk and honey and I think that’s wrong.”
 And it just always strikes me as childish logic, it’s like “I like bees and I like cows…  more than the immigrants that pick the vegetables that I eat.”

If they explained to you it means you asked.
Also, I am assuming that if immigrants do pick the vegetables I eat they aren’t being forced to do it, tortured and killed. Are they?

“if immigrants do pick the vegetables I eat they aren’t being forced to do it, tortured and killed. Are they?”
i pray that this is a legit question and not sarcasm. I really hope so….


seriously. jfc.
from the state department’s trafficking in persons report, 2011:

The United States is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labor, debt bondage, document servitude, and sex trafficking. Trafficking occurs for commercial sexual exploitation in street prostitution, massage parlors, and brothels, and for labor in domestic service, agriculture, manufacturing, janitorial services, hotel services, hospitality industries, construction, health and elder care, and strip club dancing. Vulnerabilities are increasingly found in visa programs for legally documented students and temporary workers who typically fill labor needs in the hospitality, landscaping, construction, food service, and agricultural industries. There are allegations of domestic workers, foreign nationals on A-3 and G-5 visas, subjected to forced labor by foreign diplomatic or consular personnel posted to the United States. Combined federal and state human trafficking information indicates more sex trafficking than labor trafficking investigations and prosecutions, but law enforcement identified a comparatively higher number of labor trafficking victims as such cases uncovered recently have involved more victims. U.S. citizen victims, both adults and children, are predominantly found in sex trafficking; U.S. citizen child victims are often runaways, troubled, and homeless youth. Foreign victims are more often found in labor trafficking than sex trafficking. In 2010, the number of female foreign victims of labor trafficking served through victim services programs increased compared with 2009. The top countries of origin for foreign victims in FY 2010 were Thailand, India, Mexico, Philippines, Haiti, Honduras, El Salvador, and the Dominican Republic.

There’s one for every country you get your veggies from, not just the US.

The abuses of farmworkers are extensive, well documented and have long been organized around. See the united farmworkers, the coalition of immokalee workers and the southern law poverty center to name just a few of the most very well known and more recent organizers/organizations that have done work around the violence farm workers live with. See this traveling museum that the CIW’s put together to detail the history of slavery in florida and what it looks like today throughout the US industrial farms.
that there are SO many vegans who are completely unaware of even the most basic history of farm worker abuses suggests to me that vegans have a LOT of internal work to do in the community around racism, white supremacy and the history of labor in the US.

milkeemountainmama:

nom-chompsky:

super-eklectic1:

alwaysaurora:

Chelsea Peretti:

A lot of my friends are vegans now, which I don’t care: eat whatever you want.  I just think that my least favorite part of the vegan diet is the verbal part where they explain it to you.

 It’s just endless.  They’re like, “I’m a vegetarian, but I don’t even eat milk or honey because it takes animal labor to make milk and honey and I think that’s wrong.”

 And it just always strikes me as childish logic, it’s like “I like bees and I like cows…  more than the immigrants that pick the vegetables that I eat.”

If they explained to you it means you asked.

Also, I am assuming that if immigrants do pick the vegetables I eat they aren’t being forced to do it, tortured and killed. Are they?

if immigrants do pick the vegetables I eat they aren’t being forced to do it, tortured and killed. Are they?

i pray that this is a legit question and not sarcasm. I really hope so….

seriously. jfc.

from the state department’s trafficking in persons report, 2011:

The United States is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labor, debt bondage, document servitude, and sex trafficking. Trafficking occurs for commercial sexual exploitation in street prostitution, massage parlors, and brothels, and for labor in domestic service, agriculture, manufacturing, janitorial services, hotel services, hospitality industries, construction, health and elder care, and strip club dancing. Vulnerabilities are increasingly found in visa programs for legally documented students and temporary workers who typically fill labor needs in the hospitality, landscaping, construction, food service, and agricultural industries. There are allegations of domestic workers, foreign nationals on A-3 and G-5 visas, subjected to forced labor by foreign diplomatic or consular personnel posted to the United States. Combined federal and state human trafficking information indicates more sex trafficking than labor trafficking investigations and prosecutions, but law enforcement identified a comparatively higher number of labor trafficking victims as such cases uncovered recently have involved more victims. U.S. citizen victims, both adults and children, are predominantly found in sex trafficking; U.S. citizen child victims are often runaways, troubled, and homeless youth. Foreign victims are more often found in labor trafficking than sex trafficking. In 2010, the number of female foreign victims of labor trafficking served through victim services programs increased compared with 2009. The top countries of origin for foreign victims in FY 2010 were Thailand, India, Mexico, Philippines, Haiti, Honduras, El Salvador, and the Dominican Republic.

There’s one for every country you get your veggies from, not just the US.

The abuses of farmworkers are extensive, well documented and have long been organized around. See the united farmworkers, the coalition of immokalee workers and the southern law poverty center to name just a few of the most very well known and more recent organizers/organizations that have done work around the violence farm workers live with. See this traveling museum that the CIW’s put together to detail the history of slavery in florida and what it looks like today throughout the US industrial farms.

that there are SO many vegans who are completely unaware of even the most basic history of farm worker abuses suggests to me that vegans have a LOT of internal work to do in the community around racism, white supremacy and the history of labor in the US.

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eshusplayground:

pbandfluff:

eshusplayground:

…the heroine “incidentally” is blonde-haired and blue-eyed and pale-skinned (whitest of the white) while a female antagonist or villain “just happens” to have dark hair (sometimes curly), dark eyes, and other features stereotypically…