i almost broke my neck
Day: October 20, 2018
youve heard of caturday… now get ready for… Ságato!!
¡¡ ságato ságato ságato !!
Say it with me:
I deserve more than the bare minimum.
we need carbs and we need fats and we need proteins and honestly fuck diet culture for normalizing malnourishment
People commenting on this saying we don’t need sugars don’t know how the human body works
tattoo this on my flesh
I literally had a friend say this the other day while having dinner with him and his husband.
“Listen.” He said. “I served in the military. 10 years in the army, and had to keep my mouth shut and pretend. I had to pretend to everyone, until I just got sick of it and decided fuck you all. I haven’t been nice in years. Everyone saying I should shut up can kiss my ass.”
If people wanted nice gay people they should have been nicer to them.
IF PEOPLE WANTED NICE GAY PEOPLE THEY SHOULD HAVE BEEN NICER TO THEM
Oh wow I forgot about this.
I need to tell Ron he’s Tumblr famous now.
Ron says to tell all the pissed off cockroach motherfuckers that he and his husband Ryl are now your Angry Gay Dads.
“Are you high functioning or low functioning?”
Bold of u to assume I function
Today at the preschool I work at, the kids had a costume day where they were supposed to dress up like “community helpers” like police, doctors, firefighters or garbage collectors like that sort of thing
Six of them dressed up as Spider-Man
There is some hope left
Opinion | The Myth of the Lazy Nonvoter
Belgium had the highest voter turnout at 87% while America only had 55% turnout in 2016. So having 40% of voters voting in the mid-terms is pretty pathetic.
Democrats have to start winning state elections in order to end Voter Suppression #Gerrymandering #ElectionRigging
If history is any indicator, only around 40 percent of eligible voters will vote in the midterm elections.
But it’s more likely that most Americans do want to vote, and one of the root causes of low turnout is this country’s framework of restrictive voting laws.
To explore the hurdles that voters face this election, we created five voter profiles:
- The No-ID Voter: could not vote in 23 states
- The Procrastinating Voter: could not vote in 34 states
- The Eager Student Voter: could not vote in 7 states
- The Working-Parent Voter: could not vote in
- The Convicted-Felon Voter:
could not vote
in 30 states
- Who COULD NOT VOTE and who COULD VOTE by state.
- How the U.S. Compared With Other Countries
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