We be dragons here. Love this new place. 😍

We be dragons here. Love this new place. 😍

Hookah, fire, and friends by Orting River. (at Orting)

Hookah, fire, and friends by Orting River. (at Orting)

Part two. #water #bottle #hookah We decided to use a glass #SantaCruz #organic bottle instead. Do what you gotta do.

Part two. #water #bottle #hookah We decided to use a glass #SantaCruz #organic bottle instead. Do what you gotta do.

So I dropped and broke my boyfriends hookah vase so now we’re improvising with a water bottle. #water #bottle #hookah

So I dropped and broke my boyfriends hookah vase so now we’re improvising with a water bottle. #water #bottle #hookah

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shapeyoursmile:

havocados:

emorenita:

why aren’t these being reblogged more often?i rather see these than “keys in hand”

Fatality

There are a few of those ‘movement series’ actually, I wouldn’t know their names but still.. Could always come in handy..

shapeyoursmile:

havocados:

emorenita:

why aren’t these being reblogged more often?
i rather see these than “keys in hand”

Fatality

There are a few of those ‘movement series’ actually, I wouldn’t know their names but still.. Could always come in handy..

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lalalafrickyou:

bloody-nips:

i’m watching Extreme Couponing and i just saw a woman rack up a charge of over $1000 and then her coupon game was so fucking raw by the end of it the store owed her $8. what the fuck

“her coupon game was so fuckin raw” is basically the best string of words ever concocted

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thecakebar:

Birthday Cake Shots

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#mtrainier

#mtrainier

troy-artlog:

How to Make Your Art Look Nice: Contrast by Trotroy

I suddenly had an urge to make a tutorial. Here’s the one I did for my dA. NOW FORMATTED FOR TUMBLR.

HUE

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thefrogman:

I felt bad so I thought I would try to make our First Lady look a bit more cool.

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remainanidiot:

thecuriouscaseofthebostonbombing:

socialjustice-ebooks:

spread this shit like wildfire

reblogging again because I find this stuff in particular shady as fuck. Why is everywhere else outside the internet acting like this doesn’t exist?

e x a c t l y

America.

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freedominwickedness:

spockface:

lunethefool:

the-vegan-in-blue:

lunethefool:

the-vegan-in-blue:

shit-found-in-the-vegan-tag:

Things to compare to the Holocaust
THE FUCKING HOLOCAUST

Not THE holocaust, the meat industry is A holocaust. It took literally seconds to pull up the definition of holocaust; ‘destruction or slaughter on a mass scale’. The meat industry is definitely a holocaust, and one worth thinking about. It’s a separate thing from that holocaust, but of course there are a lot of parallels.

Let’s set aside our disagreement about the ethics of an omnivores’ diets for a moment, since I just found this. And it takes precedence.
Dude, they were standing in front of “a holocaust museum”. That ALWAYS means THE Holocaust. Have you ever seen or heard of a holocaust museum that was about anything else? No. They were standing in front of museum meant to remember the victims of the Shoah and using their deaths to make a political point. That is unacceptable. Those are my people, those are my family. They are not political tools. Not even for a cause I agree with.

From what I can see, the idea of standing outside the museum itself is to point out the hypocrisy of trying to learn about, and feeling horrified by a holocaust that happened to humans, while supporting another that happens to animals. Because there is hypocrisy there, without doubt. It’s not using it as a political tool, but it is more like pointing out the hypocrisy in joining an organization against the mistreatment, while eating meat and supporting violence against other animals. It’s not using one as a political tool, but making a rather obvious observation about selective compassion.I don’t know specifically what the pamphlets said, so I cannot give proper opinions on what they did, but I don’t see the problem with comparing one holocaust to another. I see that my original post was rather vague, but this is what I was trying to convey.

I can’t deal with this right now. Will the gentiles kindly collect this person?

@the-vegan-in-blue: No. 
1) You do not get to tell a minority you are not a part of that they are hypocrites for grieving their great-grandparents, their grandparents, their parents and brothers and sisters. 
2) You do not get to compare a minority you are not a part of to animals in ANY WAY, SHAPE OR FORM. It’s called dehumanization, and it’s an incredibly common rhetorical tactic used to justify the most egregious possible abuse. I wish this wasn’t a valid play in the bigot’s handbook as much as you (presumably) do, but it is, and you don’t get to decide for anyone else how to handle that.

The fact that moral veganism is built around dehumanization as a central tenet is the primary reason that virtually all moral vegans are white. The history of dehumanization of people of color by whites makes us pretty resistant to that particular flavor of Kool-Aid.

freedominwickedness:

spockface:

lunethefool:

the-vegan-in-blue:

lunethefool:

the-vegan-in-blue:

shit-found-in-the-vegan-tag:

Things to compare to the Holocaust

  1. THE FUCKING HOLOCAUST

Not THE holocaust, the meat industry is A holocaust. It took literally seconds to pull up the definition of holocaust; ‘destruction or slaughter on a mass scale’. The meat industry is definitely a holocaust, and one worth thinking about. It’s a separate thing from that holocaust, but of course there are a lot of parallels.

Let’s set aside our disagreement about the ethics of an omnivores’ diets for a moment, since I just found this. And it takes precedence.

Dude, they were standing in front of “a holocaust museum”. That ALWAYS means THE Holocaust. Have you ever seen or heard of a holocaust museum that was about anything else? No. They were standing in front of museum meant to remember the victims of the Shoah and using their deaths to make a political point. That is unacceptable. Those are my people, those are my family. They are not political tools. Not even for a cause I agree with.

From what I can see, the idea of standing outside the museum itself is to point out the hypocrisy of trying to learn about, and feeling horrified by a holocaust that happened to humans, while supporting another that happens to animals. Because there is hypocrisy there, without doubt. It’s not using it as a political tool, but it is more like pointing out the hypocrisy in joining an organization against the mistreatment, while eating meat and supporting violence against other animals. It’s not using one as a political tool, but making a rather obvious observation about selective compassion.
I don’t know specifically what the pamphlets said, so I cannot give proper opinions on what they did, but I don’t see the problem with comparing one holocaust to another. I see that my original post was rather vague, but this is what I was trying to convey.

I can’t deal with this right now. Will the gentiles kindly collect this person?

@the-vegan-in-blue: No. 

1) You do not get to tell a minority you are not a part of that they are hypocrites for grieving their great-grandparents, their grandparents, their parents and brothers and sisters. 

2) You do not get to compare a minority you are not a part of to animals in ANY WAY, SHAPE OR FORM. It’s called dehumanization, and it’s an incredibly common rhetorical tactic used to justify the most egregious possible abuse. I wish this wasn’t a valid play in the bigot’s handbook as much as you (presumably) do, but it is, and you don’t get to decide for anyone else how to handle that.

The fact that moral veganism is built around dehumanization as a central tenet is the primary reason that virtually all moral vegans are white. The history of dehumanization of people of color by whites makes us pretty resistant to that particular flavor of Kool-Aid.

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