Need this on a t shirt. Maybe a tatt.
I liked how they introduced her, like "her mother died in an insane asylum thinking she was Queen Victoria" and my thought was, I like where I think this is going. I was not disappointed.
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Whichever kid has a worse support system when it happens, will suffer more.
Both situations are shitty. Any kid faced with one, will probably feel that the other one would be better, because that's not the one they're dealing with. Any kid that doesn't get stability and love in the wake of that will be fucked up for a long time because of it.
This is a really grim question.
I just found this in the kitchen at work
I dropped the field trip and the guy at Registration knocked a grand off my bill. That was friendly of him. Then I gave all my money to the cashier. It's still almost $1300 for, basically, four credits, but $500 of that is a matriculation fee and a quarterly bus pass.
Next term shouldn't be as bad, because my credit-to-fee ratio will be much higher. I just have to, y'know, survive this term.
Speaking of which, I need to get off the internet and do some bio studying.
See you when you surface for air.
I just wrote down all the plant parts and their definitions.
All of them.
Oh, fuck, except for flowers. I hate flowers.
Nobody likes flowers. Except the Red Queen, and she was a psychopath, which tells you all you need to know about people who like flowers.
First up, Fred Wertham:
This man single-handedly killed an entire art form, to the point where it had nothing to say for 50 years.
"Thigh" is a euphemism for "junk" in there. So when the guys put their hand on their thigh to swear an oath, they're swearing on their junk.
"...Smote him hip and thigh..."
This is like a tiny drug thread.QuoteRep. Blumenauer continued pressing Botticelli in the House Oversight Committee hearing, asking him whether marijuana is more dangerous and addictive than cocaine or methamphetamine, reports Travis Gettys at The Raw Story.
"I don't think that anyone would dispute the fact that there's relative toxicity related to those drugs," Botticelli said in a classical political non-answer. Understandably, Rep. Blumenauer -- who voted to make Oregon the first state to decriminalize marijuana, back in 1973, when he was a state representative in Salem -- wasn't satisfied.
He asked Botticelli, again, whether cannabis is more dangerous than the other two illegal drugs, both of which are officially Schedule II controlled substances, officially considered safer, by the United States federal government, than the drugs on Schedule I, including marijuana.
"I think the conversation minimizes the harm," an uncomfortable Botticelli replied.
"I'm not trying to minimize the harm," Rep. Blumenauer said. "I just want to know what's more dangerous and addictive. You don't know?"
"As a public health person, one of the things that we look at is not the relative risk of one drug against another," Botticelli claimed.
I am a firm believer in the idea that the inability to give a straight answer means that your argument is rancid shit and you should go reevaluate things.
Of course, these assholes (RWHN, Botticelli, etc) are PAID to tell huge fucking lies for the benefit of CCA and Wackenhutt, so they don't care if they're arguing shite. Much the same as the NYT now putting e-cig scare stories in their paper, because RJ Reynolds.