that's what kent said

just another angry queer.

Sep 18

catsbeaversandducks:

Kitten Found Under A Car, Now Safe And Happy

Meet Ashton the tiny fuzzball who owes his life to the kind people that saved him from under a car.
“His name is Ashton and he was reportedly found under a car here in San Francisco covered in oil! Animal Care & Control San Francisco and Tonis Kitty Rescue took him in, cleaned him up, and now he’s in foster care, and spends his days being the cutest kitten in the entire world,” said Josh Norem, the Furrtographer.

Via Love Meow

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norrysosorry:

Michelle Chamuel - Face the Fire (LP)

Album Arts #1.

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Sep 16

Sep 15

roachpatrol:

"i don’t really have depression, i’m actually just a lazy piece of shit" : a conclusion you come to pretty much weekly when you have depression

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tunebomb:

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Sep 14

my grandpa died =(


Sep 12

legally-bitchtastic:

thinksquad:

Twenty-seven-year-old Omaha, Nebraska, resident Erin Duffy has never had — or even wanted — a credit card.

"I’ve been able to get along without it," she says, attributing the choice to ambivalence and a wariness of plastic her parents fostered in her during her formative years. "I’ve liked being able to pay for things as I go, not having to worry about missing a bill."

Duffy’s decision to live without credit cards is more common than you may think. A whopping 63 percent of millennials (ages 18 to 29) don’t have a credit card, according to a survey commissioned by Bankrate and compiled by Princeton Survey Research Associates International.

Comparatively, only 35 percent of adults 30 and over don’t have credit cards.

There are, admittedly, external factors influencing the statistics. An April 2014 Gallup poll found Americans’ reliance on credit cards, in general, has declined steadily since the Great Recession. Moreover, the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009, or CARD Act, made it harder for anyone under 21 to get a credit card.

There’s also a more straightforward reason why a majority of millennials aren’t carrying the payment method: Many, like Duffy, just don’t want credit cards.

"I don’t really feel like there’s a need for one in the way I live my life," says Melissa Pileiro, a 24-year-old resident of Vineland, New Jersey. "The idea with a credit card is you’re essentially putting money down that you don’t have."

Like many members of her demographic, Pileiro is perfectly content with her debit card, a payment method whose existence has eaten into the credit card’s market share.

Millennials “grew up in a world where the economy was tanking,” says David Pommerehn, senior counsel with the Consumer Bankers Association. “There was great concern about jobs and debts and paying off bills.”

At the same time, college costs — and subsequently student loans — have ballooned. According to the Project for Student Debt, student debt increased an average of 6 percent each year from 2008 to 2012, with college graduates from 2012 having an average student loan debt of $29,400.
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/more-millennials-saying-no-credit-100000322.html

63% of milennials dont have credit cards in large part because they don’t like the idea of spending money that they don’t have and yet the media continues to portray us as irresponsible.

i am terrified of credit cards

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Sep 9
“In the final analysis, the term “Judeo-Christian” is nothing
less than a blatant coup d’état, a forced misappropriation onto
the face of a new religion of what rightfully belongs to a much
older one. The term “Judeo-Christian” is therefore not only an
oxymoron, it is outright sacrilegious, a dishonor to the millions
of Jews who were tortured or killed for their refusal to convert
to Christianity, and, by association, wrongfully links the Jewish
people and its ancient scriptures as accomplices to centuries of
Christian slaughter and oppression of other indigenous peoples
as well via Christianity’s sorely misguided and misapplied
interpretation of the “Old Testament.””

Gershon Winkler, The Judeo-Christian Fiction (2008) Lulu Press. (via here-lies-andalusia)

Exactly.

(via thearcanetheory)

"Judeo-Christian"—another phrase to add the "never, ever say in discourse with Jews" list.

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