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macabremusings: bi-sexual-lingual: carazelaya: caucasianscriptures: A Good Old-Fashioned Midwestern Apocalypse I’m a Florida girl and this is how I feel about hurricanes. Earthquakes sound ABSURD HARD PASS Are you kidding me? Just hanging around, waiting for a maybe disaster? Fuck that. I’ve got shit to do. If a natural disaster is gonna hit, give me an earthquake any day. No warning, things get wiggly, and if it’s not just fun wiggly times, probably you’re already been crushed to death by whatever building you’re in. I’d rather be squished than huddling in fear for hours. This all sounds terrifying. No thank you. Crippling blizzard for me over ANY of those. : kind, good, and very tired @christapeterso I hate earthquakes very much. I am a good midwestern girl and TORNADOES are the proper way to receive the wrath of god 1:31 PM 16 Feb 19 Twitter for iPhone 289 Retweets 2,368 Likes kind, good, and very tired @christ... .6h v If this earth is going to strike us down the sky should be green, there should be lighting, and we should be holding each other in the basement. Crüushed to death by a collapsing building on a SUNNY DAY absolutely not 6 t 23 macabremusings: bi-sexual-lingual: carazelaya: caucasianscriptures: A Good Old-Fashioned Midwestern Apocalypse I’m a Florida girl and this is how I feel about hurricanes. Earthquakes sound ABSURD HARD PASS Are you kidding me? Just hanging around, waiting for a maybe disaster? Fuck that. I’ve got shit to do. If a natural disaster is gonna hit, give me an earthquake any day. No warning, things get wiggly, and if it’s not just fun wiggly times, probably you’re already been crushed to death by whatever building you’re in. I’d rather be squished than huddling in fear for hours. This all sounds terrifying. No thank you. Crippling blizzard for me over ANY of those.
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Tv advice vs professionalism: erohero depressed kids in the media: I don't wanna go to therapy! I don't need help! I'm not some specimen for you to dissect! me, rollin up to my therapist's office and collapsing in relief what is UP my homeboy I fuckin missed you,, hope ur ready to hear some Bull Shit that fuckin happened to me this week gay-jesus-probably families of depressed kids in media: okay sweetie we've researched depression for ten hours straight and signed you up for therapy and re-arranged your school schedule to be less stressful actual parents of depressed kids: look i get you're sad but up. why didn't you go to school today, what's wrong with you, you're such a burden on this family kremeroyale Therapists in the media: understanding head tilt* My real live therapist whom l adore: Natalie, that is the DUMBEST thing I've ever heard jackhasdreams Therapists in Media: Lets do some art therapy and be really quiet while we talk about your feelings also I'm prescribing you 500 different medicines My therapist Brian who I love to death: Jack, I think your first problem is you stay up too late looking at memes, so let's try taking a nap exjwthings My real life therapist: Okay, before we start, I found this hilarious video I know you'd love atheistjwteen Therapist in media: serious face the whole time My therapist: "laughs awkwardly* skirriss therapists in media: refined, cultured, poised, "l'm afraid I haven't [heard of the nerdy thing their patient just referenced]" my old therapist derek, from across the reception area, seeing me for the first time after the summer of 2015: HEY DID YOU SEE AGE OF ULTRON?? IT SUCKED, RIGHT??? my current therapist ian, in our very first appointment: do you like star wars? anxiety is like the force, it can consume you, or you can learn to keep it in balance... you're my padawan now andromedex Actual things my therapist has told me "You're bassicly a glorified sad lizard." (It makes sense with context) "Damn girl you need to get your shit together." "Go home and cry. Stop drinking in bathtubs. Eat something that isn't bleach or memes." I'll add more tomorrow after I see her again fandomsohard my actual therapist: can i just say, you worry about the stupidest fucking shit Source: ierohero Tv advice vs professionalism
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Tv advice vs professionalism: erohero depressed kids in the media: I don't wanna go to therapy! I don't need help! I'm not some specimen for you to dissect! me, rollin up to my therapist's office and collapsing in relief what is UP my homeboy I fuckin missed you,, hope ur ready to hear some Bull Shit that fuckin happened to me this week gay-jesus-probably families of depressed kids in media: okay sweetie we've researched depression for ten hours straight and signed you up for therapy and re-arranged your school schedule to be less stressful actual parents of depressed kids: look i get you're sad but up. why didn't you go to school today, what's wrong with you, you're such a burden on this family kremeroyale Therapists in the media: understanding head tilt* My real live therapist whom l adore: Natalie, that is the DUMBEST thing I've ever heard jackhasdreams Therapists in Media: Lets do some art therapy and be really quiet while we talk about your feelings also I'm prescribing you 500 different medicines My therapist Brian who I love to death: Jack, I think your first problem is you stay up too late looking at memes, so let's try taking a nap exjwthings My real life therapist: Okay, before we start, I found this hilarious video I know you'd love atheistjwteen Therapist in media: serious face the whole time My therapist: "laughs awkwardly* skirriss therapists in media: refined, cultured, poised, "l'm afraid I haven't [heard of the nerdy thing their patient just referenced]" my old therapist derek, from across the reception area, seeing me for the first time after the summer of 2015: HEY DID YOU SEE AGE OF ULTRON?? IT SUCKED, RIGHT??? my current therapist ian, in our very first appointment: do you like star wars? anxiety is like the force, it can consume you, or you can learn to keep it in balance... you're my padawan now andromedex Actual things my therapist has told me "You're bassicly a glorified sad lizard." (It makes sense with context) "Damn girl you need to get your shit together." "Go home and cry. Stop drinking in bathtubs. Eat something that isn't bleach or memes." I'll add more tomorrow after I see her again fandomsohard my actual therapist: can i just say, you worry about the stupidest fucking shit Source: ierohero Tv advice vs professionalism
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galacticdustbunnies: merindab: velosarapter: leavesofecstasy: leavesofecstasy: So this is super cool Okay but I don’t think ya’ll appreciate this as much as you should! Figuring out the places of ancient buildings — Roman, Celtic etc — tends to be a bit of a challenge. You have to consider the fact that the land has changed quite a lot over the centuries, with buildings popping up here and there, the topography changing dramatically, rising and falling like no one’s business, forests and cliffs being cut down or collapsing into the sea. Basically, the descriptions we have of sites in old ass texts can be a nightmare to match up to modern day locations. Some, like Chester and London, are easy. We kept building on them. It’s why there’s an amphitheatre in the middle of Chester and the Roman Wall. But in other parts of the country its a heck of a lot harder to locate and identify places. There’s this show called Time Team (or sth like that, it’s been a long long time) and they basically went around the UK digging up ancient sites that they tried to find through radar and aerial imagery etc etc. That requires a fair amount of planning and technology (aka the bane of field budgets everywhere). And even with those and all the nice little people digging away and the photographs and radar imagery, they still had issues figuring out the direction a building went in, which way the wall ran, if this was part of a house or not and so on. The heatwave and drought about to happen if it doesn’t frickin rain, is useful in that it allows us to see these sites without loads of planning and resources as they are today. We can identify places we’ve not been able to identify, locate sites we’ve wanted to locate for ages, because of the nifty little thing the dirt does when it gets hot and dry and like Satan’s breathing on everything. And that means that those sites can be logged down, and the modern topography won’t be such a bitch to try and figure out for locations because that heatwave has saved a lot of time and effort! Basically, don’t be surprised if in the next year or so, there are more reports and research papers about archaeological digsites in the UK from the Bronze Age or the Iron Age because this right here, this damned benighted hellish summer heat, will have been the cause of it all. Which makes me a little more tolerant of Satan and his dick ass breathing. This BBC article has a nice explanation on how exactly these marks form, as well. This so so cool @learnwelsh I am sure you have seen this, but just in case : Mike Bird Birdyword This is so cool. The UK's current heatwave is exposing the outline of ancient hill forts and settlements. Soil quality today is still affected by iron age construction, so the grass on top changes colour at a different pace in the sun. HT @holland_tom rcahmw.gov.uk/cropmarks-2018/ Follow CBHC 3:53 AM-8 Jul 2018 2,997 Retweets 7,061 Likes9 galacticdustbunnies: merindab: velosarapter: leavesofecstasy: leavesofecstasy: So this is super cool Okay but I don’t think ya’ll appreciate this as much as you should! Figuring out the places of ancient buildings — Roman, Celtic etc — tends to be a bit of a challenge. You have to consider the fact that the land has changed quite a lot over the centuries, with buildings popping up here and there, the topography changing dramatically, rising and falling like no one’s business, forests and cliffs being cut down or collapsing into the sea. Basically, the descriptions we have of sites in old ass texts can be a nightmare to match up to modern day locations. Some, like Chester and London, are easy. We kept building on them. It’s why there’s an amphitheatre in the middle of Chester and the Roman Wall. But in other parts of the country its a heck of a lot harder to locate and identify places. There’s this show called Time Team (or sth like that, it’s been a long long time) and they basically went around the UK digging up ancient sites that they tried to find through radar and aerial imagery etc etc. That requires a fair amount of planning and technology (aka the bane of field budgets everywhere). And even with those and all the nice little people digging away and the photographs and radar imagery, they still had issues figuring out the direction a building went in, which way the wall ran, if this was part of a house or not and so on. The heatwave and drought about to happen if it doesn’t frickin rain, is useful in that it allows us to see these sites without loads of planning and resources as they are today. We can identify places we’ve not been able to identify, locate sites we’ve wanted to locate for ages, because of the nifty little thing the dirt does when it gets hot and dry and like Satan’s breathing on everything. And that means that those sites can be logged down, and the modern topography won’t be such a bitch to try and figure out for locations because that heatwave has saved a lot of time and effort! Basically, don’t be surprised if in the next year or so, there are more reports and research papers about archaeological digsites in the UK from the Bronze Age or the Iron Age because this right here, this damned benighted hellish summer heat, will have been the cause of it all. Which makes me a little more tolerant of Satan and his dick ass breathing. This BBC article has a nice explanation on how exactly these marks form, as well. This so so cool @learnwelsh I am sure you have seen this, but just in case
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mikkeneko: wadafuqreally: airyairyquitecontrary: spoopysalt: whisperoceans: this is fantastic now children in Puerto Rico wont be able to receive the education they deserve thanks to their messed up government Its even worse than that. I’m living through it. Not only are schools closing, hospitals are collapsing. Only around 9% of the island has electricity and it comes and goes at times. People are dying in hospitals because of lack of diesel for the generators, a lot of the water is now infected, there are disease outbreaks and scareceness of food. I am safe, but many are not. Some have water, others don’t. We need help. Sending money would be helpful but what would help even more would be sending water filters, filtering water bottles, food, medicine, if somehow possible diesel. All of you reblogging this news helps, but what we need is physical help. If you can’t, then spread the word, but God if you can send supplies… Please… PLEASE do. We are dying. Help us, help us save ourselves. Help us save our people. Help us save out ISLAND. If you’re not in a position to ship or transport useful items to the island (which is sure as heck the case for me in New Zealand) then the best thing you can do is give money to a reputable relief organisation operating in the area. Hispanic Federation UNIDOS fundraising page for Puerto Rico. Choose the fundraiser you want from the dropdown menu in the “Your Information” section (as you can see from the picture they have several). Save the Children’s Hurricane Maria fundraising page. Reblogging You know, every time Puerto Rico comes up I’m reminded of a comment my dad made in a discussion about it, in response to someone claiming that the PR situation is terrible but oh well, what can we do? They’re SO far away after all and the logistic problems are SO hard. He said, “When the Soviets blockaded the city of Berlin in 1948, America flew in to West Berlin enough supplies to keep the city going by airdrop for over a year. Puerto Rico today isn’t much bigger than Berlin was then, and America has grown immensely in wealth and power since that day. The problem isn’t lack of resources, it’s lack of will.” Nothing about what’s happening to Puerto Rico (and still happening) is inevitable in any way. This is deliberate. Don’t forget it. : A Los Angeles Times Times latimes Puerto Rico is closing 184 public schools amid the territory's economic crisis lat.ms/2q7Kfwr 5/6/17, 9:40 AM SinglePayer @puzzleshifter That's a funny way to spell, "Puerto Rico forced to close 184 public schools so US hedge fund owning politicians can cash in their stocks" The Associated Press Φ @AP Puerto Rico to close 184 public schools in move expected to save millions of dollars amid a deep economic crisis. apne.ws/ 2qljnA8 5/5/17, 10:26 AM mikkeneko: wadafuqreally: airyairyquitecontrary: spoopysalt: whisperoceans: this is fantastic now children in Puerto Rico wont be able to receive the education they deserve thanks to their messed up government Its even worse than that. I’m living through it. Not only are schools closing, hospitals are collapsing. Only around 9% of the island has electricity and it comes and goes at times. People are dying in hospitals because of lack of diesel for the generators, a lot of the water is now infected, there are disease outbreaks and scareceness of food. I am safe, but many are not. Some have water, others don’t. We need help. Sending money would be helpful but what would help even more would be sending water filters, filtering water bottles, food, medicine, if somehow possible diesel. All of you reblogging this news helps, but what we need is physical help. If you can’t, then spread the word, but God if you can send supplies… Please… PLEASE do. We are dying. Help us, help us save ourselves. Help us save our people. Help us save out ISLAND. If you’re not in a position to ship or transport useful items to the island (which is sure as heck the case for me in New Zealand) then the best thing you can do is give money to a reputable relief organisation operating in the area. Hispanic Federation UNIDOS fundraising page for Puerto Rico. Choose the fundraiser you want from the dropdown menu in the “Your Information” section (as you can see from the picture they have several). Save the Children’s Hurricane Maria fundraising page. Reblogging You know, every time Puerto Rico comes up I’m reminded of a comment my dad made in a discussion about it, in response to someone claiming that the PR situation is terrible but oh well, what can we do? They’re SO far away after all and the logistic problems are SO hard. He said, “When the Soviets blockaded the city of Berlin in 1948, America flew in to West Berlin enough supplies to keep the city going by airdrop for over a year. Puerto Rico today isn’t much bigger than Berlin was then, and America has grown immensely in wealth and power since that day. The problem isn’t lack of resources, it’s lack of will.” Nothing about what’s happening to Puerto Rico (and still happening) is inevitable in any way. This is deliberate. Don’t forget it.

mikkeneko: wadafuqreally: airyairyquitecontrary: spoopysalt: whisperoceans: this is fantastic now children in Puerto Rico wont be able...

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