gavinfreeappreciation:

humanitiesbadhabitrabbits:

mlchaeijones:

marvelgirl12:

sirpepperston:

marvelgirl12:

geeklove97:

found-liquorstore-and-drank-itt:

geeklove97:

THEY’RE SO FUCKING SYNCHRONIZED THOUGH.
(X)

is that suposed to be sam and dean???

I love Supernatural as much as the next person, but this is a Rooster Teeth post. It’s actually these two majestic motherfuckers.


Nope I think it’s Sam and dean, defeating another death

No, it’s X-RAY AND VAV!

Sam and dean being like them selfs

What the fuck.

Dear SPN fandom, not every post is about you-The Roosterteeth and AH fandom

Jack has something to say to you, SPN

gavinfreeappreciation:

humanitiesbadhabitrabbits:

mlchaeijones:

marvelgirl12:

sirpepperston:

marvelgirl12:

geeklove97:

found-liquorstore-and-drank-itt:

geeklove97:

THEY’RE SO FUCKING SYNCHRONIZED THOUGH.

(X)

is that suposed to be sam and dean???

I love Supernatural as much as the next person, but this is a Rooster Teeth post. It’s actually these two majestic motherfuckers.

image

Nope I think it’s Sam and dean, defeating another death

No, it’s X-RAY AND VAV!

Sam and dean being like them selfs

What the fuck.

Dear SPN fandom, not every post is about you-The Roosterteeth and AH fandom

Jack has something to say to you, SPN

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ace:

the-fault-in-our-wifi:

that awkward moment when you remember when you aren’t the doctor

you can see David’s accent omg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pr2Rsmqa8lg

(Source: ink-and-napalm)

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cloudy-dreamers:

Please read guys this is so important, this is Stephen who was diagnosed with   colorectal cancer when he was 15 years old, his condition is no longer curable and he has taken a turn for the worst.
His goal is to raise £1 million (that is $1.6 million US dollars) for the Teenage Cancer Trust before he dies. He is in a very vulnerable position right now, one of his lungs has collapsed, he is in hospital fighting as hard as he can, but it is thought the end for him is very close. He has currently raised £690,000. Can we all please try and get him to £1 million? What better way for him to leave this earth, knowing the difference he has made in his 19 years. Having his life taken away from him so soon is so awful to comprehend, but knowing he has raised such a substantial amount for a charity who has helped him throughout this whole ordeal, a charity that will forever remain close to my heart, and one that helps thousands of teenagers suffering from cancer across the UK and beyond. 
I don’t know how else to spread the word that post it on here and hope that some people will donate, please consider it, if you are unable to, please keep Stephen in your thoughts and pray for his family.
His donation page is: https://www.justgiving.com/Stephen-Sutton-TCT
His Twitter is: https://twitter.com/_StephensStory
His Facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/StephensStory

cloudy-dreamers:

Please read guys this is so important, this is Stephen who was diagnosed with   colorectal cancer when he was 15 years old, his condition is no longer curable and he has taken a turn for the worst.

His goal is to raise £1 million (that is $1.6 million US dollars) for the Teenage Cancer Trust before he dies. He is in a very vulnerable position right now, one of his lungs has collapsed, he is in hospital fighting as hard as he can, but it is thought the end for him is very close. He has currently raised £690,000. Can we all please try and get him to £1 million? What better way for him to leave this earth, knowing the difference he has made in his 19 years. Having his life taken away from him so soon is so awful to comprehend, but knowing he has raised such a substantial amount for a charity who has helped him throughout this whole ordeal, a charity that will forever remain close to my heart, and one that helps thousands of teenagers suffering from cancer across the UK and beyond. 

I don’t know how else to spread the word that post it on here and hope that some people will donate, please consider it, if you are unable to, please keep Stephen in your thoughts and pray for his family.

His donation page is: https://www.justgiving.com/Stephen-Sutton-TCT

His Twitter is: https://twitter.com/_StephensStory

His Facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/StephensStory

476 notes

humanrightswatch:

Louisiana Taking Away Medicaid Lifeline for Disabled, Other Vulnerable Residents
Two years ago, Donna Risso and her friend Michael were living under a bridge in New Orleans. They were struggling not only with homelessness, but also with Donna’s mounting health problems, which included hepatitis C, cirrhosis of the liver, encephalitis, pancreatitis and chronic anemia. Donna was a “frequent flyer” at the emergency room, often five to 10 times a month, but her health was getting steadily worse.
Social workers using federal and state resources helped Donna find housing and got her on a state program called “disability Medicaid,” which covers health care costs for people who meet federal disability criteria but are not yet on the federal program. This important initiative, common in many states, is a bridge to health services for people applying for federal benefits, which can take years.
Although the program was a lifesaver for Donna, Gov. Bobby Jindal terminated “disability Medicaid” in Louisiana as of Jan. 1, leaving 9,200 people across the state with no coverage.
Read more.
Photo: An outreach team from Unity Of Greater New Orleans counsels a homeless man on housing options, January 2011. © 2011 AP Photo/Gerald Herbert

humanrightswatch:

Louisiana Taking Away Medicaid Lifeline for Disabled, Other Vulnerable Residents

Two years ago, Donna Risso and her friend Michael were living under a bridge in New Orleans. They were struggling not only with homelessness, but also with Donna’s mounting health problems, which included hepatitis C, cirrhosis of the liver, encephalitis, pancreatitis and chronic anemia. Donna was a “frequent flyer” at the emergency room, often five to 10 times a month, but her health was getting steadily worse.

Social workers using federal and state resources helped Donna find housing and got her on a state program called “disability Medicaid,” which covers health care costs for people who meet federal disability criteria but are not yet on the federal program. This important initiative, common in many states, is a bridge to health services for people applying for federal benefits, which can take years.

Although the program was a lifesaver for Donna, Gov. Bobby Jindal terminated “disability Medicaid” in Louisiana as of Jan. 1, leaving 9,200 people across the state with no coverage.

Read more.

Photo: An outreach team from Unity Of Greater New Orleans counsels a homeless man on housing options, January 2011. © 2011 AP Photo/Gerald Herbert

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dominalumina:

lacigreen:

sapphrikah:

ever-wandering-mind:

alyseofwonderland:

petitedeath:

flightofthecoco:

nerdloveandlolz:

This is true. I saw a documentary about it. Men’s orgasm faces are allowed in teenage comedies rated PG13, but women’s orgasm faces can often push it into NC-17 territory, no joke. [x]

This is pretty much the equation:

women receiving abuse = PG-13/R

women receiving pleasure = R/NC-17

there is a whole documentary about women vs men and sex vs violence and film ratings. i recommend it

The Documentary is called “This Film Is Not Yet Rated”

Always reblog.

Partially because I love her.

women receiving abuse = PG-13/R

women receiving pleasure = R/NC-17

women receiving abuse = PG-13/R

women receiving pleasure = R/NC-17

women receiving abuse = PG-13/R

women receiving pleasure = R/NC-17


Let that sink in.

welp.

Found it~.
It wasn’t a study, it was a documentary. It’s on Netflix so you guys should all watch it.

(Source: tabloid-lover)

310,615 notes

motionjessinwhite:

The Strange & Unusual

Oddities Parlor

Kingston, PA

328 notes

lordofthehamsters:

Gorgeous men in uniform. That is all.

Tom’s eyes almost match his uniform *swoon*

2,411 notes

tastygravy:

everyone please watch this video this is humanity in it’s purest form

this makes me excited for getting my wisdom teeth removed.

45,310 notes