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unsuccessfulmetalbenders:

 

(Source: sandandglass)

thingsbydavid:

Makes writing a bit more interesting

thingsbydavid:

Makes writing a bit more interesting

ironychan:

My mom got confused between Cardassians and Kardashians. I told her one is a pseudo-reptilian creature from outer space, and the other is on Star Trek.

cosmicminerals:

to prove to myself I can make something cute. Also I need more furry stuff for FA

I WANT TO HUG IT.

cosmicminerals:

to prove to myself I can make something cute. Also I need more furry stuff for FA

I WANT TO HUG IT.

phrux:

superdames:

saladinahmed:

1899 account of a “lady cyclist” who “used her fists in scientific fashion” on her harasser. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BsQi252CIAAwvUJ.jpg

Noted for her athletic powers.

I like the large crowd of men going HELL YEAH THRASH HIM

phrux:

superdames:

saladinahmed:

1899 account of a “lady cyclist” who “used her fists in scientific fashion” on her harasser. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BsQi252CIAAwvUJ.jpg

Noted for her athletic powers.

I like the large crowd of men going HELL YEAH THRASH HIM

This Will Be The Day (A Capella)
AwkwardMarina

daftprodigy:

rane0:

officialbluearmy:

eVERYONE NEEDS TO HEAR THIS

OMG YES THEY DO

HOLY

FRIG

THIS IS AN AMAZING ARRANGEMENT AND THE YOUNG LADY HAS A GREAT VOICE

SOMEBODY GET HER A BETTER MIC BECAUSE THIS IS GOING PLACES <3

justbriann:

It literally says it might make you sweat. Just in a really fancy way. Lol

Jul 8

Marijuana-law reform has created deep divisions within police agencies. A recent poll of officers found that nearly two-thirds believed marijuana laws should be reformed—with 36 percent agreeing that marijuana should be legalized, regulated and taxed; 14 percent supporting relaxed penalties; 11 percent supporting legalized medical marijuana; and 4 percent supporting decriminalization.

Yet strong institutional forces have kept nearly every law enforcement professional association opposed to reform. Starting with the Reagan administration, police departments were encouraged to seize and sell property associated with drug busts, which significantly augmented their revenue. Between 2002 and 2012, law enforcement agencies collected about $1 billion from marijuana arrests, according to Justice Department data.

It was also during the 1980s that federal grant programs requiring police to engage in drug enforcement were expanded, including the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Program, which funds multijurisdictional drug task forces. The Byrne grants, which cover a range of drug enforcement actions including marijuana, provided over $2.4 billion for law enforcement agencies this fiscal year.

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The Real Reason Pot Is Still Illegal: Opponents of marijuana-law reform insist that legalization is dangerous—but the biggest threat is to their own bottom line. (via ethiopienne)

Ever notice how many things in modern life that suck real bad can be traced back to the sentence: “Starting with the Reagan administration…”

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Jul 8

narcissist-san:

simplydari:

Awkward

(Source: lolgifs.net)

Jul 3

Sad Machine
Porter Robinson

stroebe:

porter robinson - sad machine

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