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libertarirynn: vaporwavevocap: cheshireinthemiddle: napoleonbonerfarte: cheshireinthemiddle: pseudopupil: cheshireinthemiddle: hardboiledoldman: cheshireinthemiddle: hardboiledoldman: cheshireinthemiddle: But you knowingly broke the law. You could sleep with a 17 year old and the age of consent of your state can lower the next year. You still broke the law. You’re an unfathomably dumb cunt. At least I have a good argument. And since i’ve already gone into great detail proving my point, unless you have something constructive to add, move along. A sound argument is not a good argument, you dummy. Making a sound argument isn’t the same thing as making a good one, and you’ve made a bad argument cause you’re a dumb as fuck bootlicker. We all know breaking the law has consequences, doesn’t mean we have to think it’s morally good, you brain-worm-riddled moron. Something being normal and the accepted reality doesn’t make it reasonable or good. You’re not smart and your rhetoric is garbage-tier. Eat shit. A sound argument is one that is well thought out and covers its bases. Which is what I gave. Your counterargument is…insults. You personally not agreeing with a law doesnt mean that you can just break it. If youre an immigrant coming from a country with a liwer legal drinking age or age of consent, you can see breaking those laws in the US as harmless. You can think they are stupid laws. They might even change in the future. But if you break them in the US, you will be punished. “I personally dont find an. Issue with this law” is not a defense. If you want to do something illegal and think it is unfair, work to have the law changed. Advocate for its change. And abide by the new rules (in this case, get a license, sell only to specific people, and dont sell to children). And this isnt slavery. This isnt criminalized homosexuality. This isnt infringing on your right to live. You can wait to get high in this particular method or sell it to others after it has been legalized. It isnt that hard. You are such an idiot and coward. “Breaking the law is illegal” is the entirety of what you’re saying (congrats on your basic baby brain logic) but its still fucking pathetic you’re defending a heinous prison system simply because you are pussy who loves authority and pointless contrarianism. Like it IS a stupid law and the point of this comic is that no one should lose years (or any time!) of their life over it.  If the government made a law that jaywalking is a felony you’d defend people being locked away only because they “broke the law”. Thats stupid and says more about you than anything. Grow a spine you slug. Another person who just insults and doesnt read. The argument isnt “breaking the law is illegal”, but that knowingly breaking the law comes with predictable punishments. If you dont agree with a law, you advocate for its change. You dont personally get to decide what is and isnt a stupid law. The age of consent in France is 15. And if you live in France, that could seem harmless. But if you immigrated to Japan or the US and started sleeping with 15 year olds, you can argue that it is harmless all you want, but it is still illegal. The government has made leaving your preteen or lower child home alone as a form child abuse. You can have your children taken away if you do it too much. I was left alone at 8 years old. All the time. I was fine. The other little kids left alone were fine. We could handle ourselves. We and Our parents saw it as “harmless”. That doesnt mean the parents cant be pubished for it. “I will break this law because i personally dont like it/think it’s harmless” is acceptable to you until it is used on a law that you actually support. “maybe if those jews didn’t want to get sent to concentration camps they shouldn’t have been jewish in poland.” that’s exactly what you sound like lmao. I’m really not sure what argument you’re trying to go for right now? Oh, i’m sorry, I guess you getting high is comparable to persecution now. Your argument can be used to justify breaking literally any law. There is a HUGE difference between laws that violate your right to live and laws that you just dont feel like following. If you cant see the difference then i feel very sorry for you. It is persecution, if there is no victim there is no crime, therefore treating people like criminals without a crime is persecution. What she said ^ Also forcing people into legal slavery by arresting and imprisoning them for victimless crimes sure as shit sounds like persecution to me.: Alyssa Milano @Alyssa_Milano Follow Ns NEWS MARIJU 4:14 PM 18 Apr 2018 MAKEMAT 1,593 Retweets 4.735 Likes 主与玉丰丰 -- libertarirynn: vaporwavevocap: cheshireinthemiddle: napoleonbonerfarte: cheshireinthemiddle: pseudopupil: cheshireinthemiddle: hardboiledoldman: cheshireinthemiddle: hardboiledoldman: cheshireinthemiddle: But you knowingly broke the law. You could sleep with a 17 year old and the age of consent of your state can lower the next year. You still broke the law. You’re an unfathomably dumb cunt. At least I have a good argument. And since i’ve already gone into great detail proving my point, unless you have something constructive to add, move along. A sound argument is not a good argument, you dummy. Making a sound argument isn’t the same thing as making a good one, and you’ve made a bad argument cause you’re a dumb as fuck bootlicker. We all know breaking the law has consequences, doesn’t mean we have to think it’s morally good, you brain-worm-riddled moron. Something being normal and the accepted reality doesn’t make it reasonable or good. You’re not smart and your rhetoric is garbage-tier. Eat shit. A sound argument is one that is well thought out and covers its bases. Which is what I gave. Your counterargument is…insults. You personally not agreeing with a law doesnt mean that you can just break it. If youre an immigrant coming from a country with a liwer legal drinking age or age of consent, you can see breaking those laws in the US as harmless. You can think they are stupid laws. They might even change in the future. But if you break them in the US, you will be punished. “I personally dont find an. Issue with this law” is not a defense. If you want to do something illegal and think it is unfair, work to have the law changed. Advocate for its change. And abide by the new rules (in this case, get a license, sell only to specific people, and dont sell to children). And this isnt slavery. This isnt criminalized homosexuality. This isnt infringing on your right to live. You can wait to get high in this particular method or sell it to others after it has been legalized. It isnt that hard. You are such an idiot and coward. “Breaking the law is illegal” is the entirety of what you’re saying (congrats on your basic baby brain logic) but its still fucking pathetic you’re defending a heinous prison system simply because you are pussy who loves authority and pointless contrarianism. Like it IS a stupid law and the point of this comic is that no one should lose years (or any time!) of their life over it.  If the government made a law that jaywalking is a felony you’d defend people being locked away only because they “broke the law”. Thats stupid and says more about you than anything. Grow a spine you slug. Another person who just insults and doesnt read. The argument isnt “breaking the law is illegal”, but that knowingly breaking the law comes with predictable punishments. If you dont agree with a law, you advocate for its change. You dont personally get to decide what is and isnt a stupid law. The age of consent in France is 15. And if you live in France, that could seem harmless. But if you immigrated to Japan or the US and started sleeping with 15 year olds, you can argue that it is harmless all you want, but it is still illegal. The government has made leaving your preteen or lower child home alone as a form child abuse. You can have your children taken away if you do it too much. I was left alone at 8 years old. All the time. I was fine. The other little kids left alone were fine. We could handle ourselves. We and Our parents saw it as “harmless”. That doesnt mean the parents cant be pubished for it. “I will break this law because i personally dont like it/think it’s harmless” is acceptable to you until it is used on a law that you actually support. “maybe if those jews didn’t want to get sent to concentration camps they shouldn’t have been jewish in poland.” that’s exactly what you sound like lmao. I’m really not sure what argument you’re trying to go for right now? Oh, i’m sorry, I guess you getting high is comparable to persecution now. Your argument can be used to justify breaking literally any law. There is a HUGE difference between laws that violate your right to live and laws that you just dont feel like following. If you cant see the difference then i feel very sorry for you. It is persecution, if there is no victim there is no crime, therefore treating people like criminals without a crime is persecution. What she said ^ Also forcing people into legal slavery by arresting and imprisoning them for victimless crimes sure as shit sounds like persecution to me.
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vaporwavevocap: cheshireinthemiddle: napoleonbonerfarte: cheshireinthemiddle: pseudopupil: cheshireinthemiddle: hardboiledoldman: cheshireinthemiddle: hardboiledoldman: cheshireinthemiddle: But you knowingly broke the law. You could sleep with a 17 year old and the age of consent of your state can lower the next year. You still broke the law. You’re an unfathomably dumb cunt. At least I have a good argument. And since i’ve already gone into great detail proving my point, unless you have something constructive to add, move along. A sound argument is not a good argument, you dummy. Making a sound argument isn’t the same thing as making a good one, and you’ve made a bad argument cause you’re a dumb as fuck bootlicker. We all know breaking the law has consequences, doesn’t mean we have to think it’s morally good, you brain-worm-riddled moron. Something being normal and the accepted reality doesn’t make it reasonable or good. You’re not smart and your rhetoric is garbage-tier. Eat shit. A sound argument is one that is well thought out and covers its bases. Which is what I gave. Your counterargument is…insults. You personally not agreeing with a law doesnt mean that you can just break it. If youre an immigrant coming from a country with a liwer legal drinking age or age of consent, you can see breaking those laws in the US as harmless. You can think they are stupid laws. They might even change in the future. But if you break them in the US, you will be punished. “I personally dont find an. Issue with this law” is not a defense. If you want to do something illegal and think it is unfair, work to have the law changed. Advocate for its change. And abide by the new rules (in this case, get a license, sell only to specific people, and dont sell to children). And this isnt slavery. This isnt criminalized homosexuality. This isnt infringing on your right to live. You can wait to get high in this particular method or sell it to others after it has been legalized. It isnt that hard. You are such an idiot and coward. “Breaking the law is illegal” is the entirety of what you’re saying (congrats on your basic baby brain logic) but its still fucking pathetic you’re defending a heinous prison system simply because you are pussy who loves authority and pointless contrarianism. Like it IS a stupid law and the point of this comic is that no one should lose years (or any time!) of their life over it.  If the government made a law that jaywalking is a felony you’d defend people being locked away only because they “broke the law”. Thats stupid and says more about you than anything. Grow a spine you slug. Another person who just insults and doesnt read. The argument isnt “breaking the law is illegal”, but that knowingly breaking the law comes with predictable punishments. If you dont agree with a law, you advocate for its change. You dont personally get to decide what is and isnt a stupid law. The age of consent in France is 15. And if you live in France, that could seem harmless. But if you immigrated to Japan or the US and started sleeping with 15 year olds, you can argue that it is harmless all you want, but it is still illegal. The government has made leaving your preteen or lower child home alone as a form child abuse. You can have your children taken away if you do it too much. I was left alone at 8 years old. All the time. I was fine. The other little kids left alone were fine. We could handle ourselves. We and Our parents saw it as “harmless”. That doesnt mean the parents cant be pubished for it. “I will break this law because i personally dont like it/think it’s harmless” is acceptable to you until it is used on a law that you actually support. “maybe if those jews didn’t want to get sent to concentration camps they shouldn’t have been jewish in poland.” that’s exactly what you sound like lmao. I’m really not sure what argument you’re trying to go for right now? Oh, i’m sorry, I guess you getting high is comparable to persecution now. Your argument can be used to justify breaking literally any law. There is a HUGE difference between laws that violate your right to live and laws that you just dont feel like following. If you cant see the difference then i feel very sorry for you. It is persecution, if there is no victim there is no crime, therefore treating people like criminals without a crime is persecution. What she said ^: Alyssa Milano @Alyssa_Milano Follow Ns NEWS MARIJU 4:14 PM 18 Apr 2018 MAKEMAT 1,593 Retweets 4.735 Likes 主与玉丰丰 -- vaporwavevocap: cheshireinthemiddle: napoleonbonerfarte: cheshireinthemiddle: pseudopupil: cheshireinthemiddle: hardboiledoldman: cheshireinthemiddle: hardboiledoldman: cheshireinthemiddle: But you knowingly broke the law. You could sleep with a 17 year old and the age of consent of your state can lower the next year. You still broke the law. You’re an unfathomably dumb cunt. At least I have a good argument. And since i’ve already gone into great detail proving my point, unless you have something constructive to add, move along. A sound argument is not a good argument, you dummy. Making a sound argument isn’t the same thing as making a good one, and you’ve made a bad argument cause you’re a dumb as fuck bootlicker. We all know breaking the law has consequences, doesn’t mean we have to think it’s morally good, you brain-worm-riddled moron. Something being normal and the accepted reality doesn’t make it reasonable or good. You’re not smart and your rhetoric is garbage-tier. Eat shit. A sound argument is one that is well thought out and covers its bases. Which is what I gave. Your counterargument is…insults. You personally not agreeing with a law doesnt mean that you can just break it. If youre an immigrant coming from a country with a liwer legal drinking age or age of consent, you can see breaking those laws in the US as harmless. You can think they are stupid laws. They might even change in the future. But if you break them in the US, you will be punished. “I personally dont find an. Issue with this law” is not a defense. If you want to do something illegal and think it is unfair, work to have the law changed. Advocate for its change. And abide by the new rules (in this case, get a license, sell only to specific people, and dont sell to children). And this isnt slavery. This isnt criminalized homosexuality. This isnt infringing on your right to live. You can wait to get high in this particular method or sell it to others after it has been legalized. It isnt that hard. You are such an idiot and coward. “Breaking the law is illegal” is the entirety of what you’re saying (congrats on your basic baby brain logic) but its still fucking pathetic you’re defending a heinous prison system simply because you are pussy who loves authority and pointless contrarianism. Like it IS a stupid law and the point of this comic is that no one should lose years (or any time!) of their life over it.  If the government made a law that jaywalking is a felony you’d defend people being locked away only because they “broke the law”. Thats stupid and says more about you than anything. Grow a spine you slug. Another person who just insults and doesnt read. The argument isnt “breaking the law is illegal”, but that knowingly breaking the law comes with predictable punishments. If you dont agree with a law, you advocate for its change. You dont personally get to decide what is and isnt a stupid law. The age of consent in France is 15. And if you live in France, that could seem harmless. But if you immigrated to Japan or the US and started sleeping with 15 year olds, you can argue that it is harmless all you want, but it is still illegal. The government has made leaving your preteen or lower child home alone as a form child abuse. You can have your children taken away if you do it too much. I was left alone at 8 years old. All the time. I was fine. The other little kids left alone were fine. We could handle ourselves. We and Our parents saw it as “harmless”. That doesnt mean the parents cant be pubished for it. “I will break this law because i personally dont like it/think it’s harmless” is acceptable to you until it is used on a law that you actually support. “maybe if those jews didn’t want to get sent to concentration camps they shouldn’t have been jewish in poland.” that’s exactly what you sound like lmao. I’m really not sure what argument you’re trying to go for right now? Oh, i’m sorry, I guess you getting high is comparable to persecution now. Your argument can be used to justify breaking literally any law. There is a HUGE difference between laws that violate your right to live and laws that you just dont feel like following. If you cant see the difference then i feel very sorry for you. It is persecution, if there is no victim there is no crime, therefore treating people like criminals without a crime is persecution. What she said ^
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goawfma: HERE. FOR. THIS: Marina Preciado @oxminaox Follow LOS ANGELES CITY VOTED 11-4 TO LEGALIZE STREET FOOD VENDORS!!! THIS MEANS OUR LOCAL TAQUEROS, ELOTEROS, & PALETEROS CAN SELL PEACEFULLY 8 LEGALLY WITHOUT WORRY!!! 1:24 PM-18 Apr 2018 43,236 Retweets 158,493 Likes089o Saiyan Mami @CCGOLIFT Follow LA has legalized street food!!! Now cops can worry about actual criminals & stop messing with people who are trying to hustle/make money to support their family!!! ll T-Mobile LTE 12:03 PM undocumedia undocumedia Los Angeles Has Officially Legalized Street Food for the First Time Ever There are still some framework discussions that need to take place by Farley Elliott | Apr 17, 2018, 3:25pm PDT f SHARE A pushcart vendor in Echo Park | Farley Elliott T-Mobile LTE 12:03 PM 45% undocumedia undocumedia Absolutely Historic! 100 #LegalizeStreetvending . . . Via @uniondelbarriola:0HISTORIC: 4/17/18 #LACityCouncil votes 11-4 in favor of #LegalizeStreetvending! With NO #Businessveto! Great job #Streetvendors and allies! The work isn't over. We will be back to hear the draft ordinance in 60 days. Stay up to date and follow @elaccorg. Tonight we rest and tomorrow morning we meet up with #SenatorLara in #Sacramento as he continues to push forward #SB946, a statewide legislation that would legalize and protect vendors accross all of#California! ¡Adelante Compañerxs! "Essentially today's City Council vote was to establish a pathway forward for legislation, and to work out some basic framework issues that have been plaguing the conversation for years. Chief among the advocate's concerns was the idea of a business veto, which would essentially give brick and mortar business (restaurants and beyond) the ability to say no to sidewalk vendors within their immediate area. The issue has proven so tense that seven female protestors from the LA Street Vendor Campaign were arrested in front of City Hall last month while campaigning against the measure The new plan is to work out a compromisebetween business owners and street food vendors about where, and when, they can all operate together. A motion put forward by Councilmembers Joe Buscaino, Curren Price Jr., and Jose Huizar to leave out the business veto was ultimately approved and successfully voted on today, and now Huizar and others have 60 days to create a draft ordinance for what shape street food legalization will ultimately take FULL ARTICLE ON IG BIO LINK #VendedoresUnidos #StreetVendors #EstaEsMiTierra #EstaEsMiLucha #WorkersUnite #Solidarity #UnionDel Barrio IO goawfma: HERE. FOR. THIS

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<p><a href="http://canwejustplaydressup.tumblr.com/post/162451125448/libertarirynn-first-female-prophet-the-hijab" class="tumblr_blog">canwejustplaydressup</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/162450995539/first-female-prophet-the-hijab-isnt-just-a" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://first-female-prophet.tumblr.com/post/162396178419/the-hijab-isnt-just-a-piece-of-cloth-for-this" class="tumblr_blog">first-female-prophet</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>The hijab isn’t just a piece of cloth for this woman and many women all over the globe. It’s about men policing and taking control over women’s bodies.</p></blockquote> <p>“The hijab is a totally voluntary thing!”<br/> Sure it is, when you live in America and nobody’s going to stone you for not wearing it. Try telling that to women living in Islamic countries where it’s the law to cover themselves whenever they want to go out in public and often they can’t even drive or enter a building without a male escort. But you won’t hear a peep from first world feminists about that because they’re too busy making sure you don’t blame all Muslims for every terrorist attack.</p></blockquote> <p>I mean you can have it both ways. You can say not Muslims are terrorists but know that there are places around the world where women get screwed over.</p></blockquote> <p>Of course you can. But the people I&rsquo;m talking about don&rsquo;t. They don&rsquo;t say a word about the absolute atrocious state of women in many Islamic countries. And they call anyone who does Islamaphobic.</p>: Armin Navabi @ArminNavabi My mom, before and after the 1979 Iranian Islamic Revolution 7:18 pm 18 Apr 2017 3,997 Retweets 4,969 Likes <p><a href="http://canwejustplaydressup.tumblr.com/post/162451125448/libertarirynn-first-female-prophet-the-hijab" class="tumblr_blog">canwejustplaydressup</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/162450995539/first-female-prophet-the-hijab-isnt-just-a" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://first-female-prophet.tumblr.com/post/162396178419/the-hijab-isnt-just-a-piece-of-cloth-for-this" class="tumblr_blog">first-female-prophet</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>The hijab isn’t just a piece of cloth for this woman and many women all over the globe. It’s about men policing and taking control over women’s bodies.</p></blockquote> <p>“The hijab is a totally voluntary thing!”<br/> Sure it is, when you live in America and nobody’s going to stone you for not wearing it. Try telling that to women living in Islamic countries where it’s the law to cover themselves whenever they want to go out in public and often they can’t even drive or enter a building without a male escort. But you won’t hear a peep from first world feminists about that because they’re too busy making sure you don’t blame all Muslims for every terrorist attack.</p></blockquote> <p>I mean you can have it both ways. You can say not Muslims are terrorists but know that there are places around the world where women get screwed over.</p></blockquote> <p>Of course you can. But the people I&rsquo;m talking about don&rsquo;t. They don&rsquo;t say a word about the absolute atrocious state of women in many Islamic countries. And they call anyone who does Islamaphobic.</p>

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<p><a href="https://first-female-prophet.tumblr.com/post/162396178419/the-hijab-isnt-just-a-piece-of-cloth-for-this" class="tumblr_blog">first-female-prophet</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>The hijab isn’t just a piece of cloth for this woman and many women all over the globe. It’s about men policing and taking control over women’s bodies.</p></blockquote> <p>&ldquo;The hijab is a totally voluntary thing!&rdquo;<br/> Sure it is, when you live in America and nobody&rsquo;s going to stone you for not wearing it. Try telling that to women living in Islamic countries where it&rsquo;s the law to cover themselves whenever they want to go out in public and often they can&rsquo;t even drive or enter a building without a male escort. But you won&rsquo;t hear a peep from first world feminists about that because they&rsquo;re too busy making sure you don&rsquo;t blame all Muslims for every terrorist attack.</p>: Armin Navabi @ArminNavabi My mom, before and after the 1979 Iranian Islamic Revolution 7:18 pm 18 Apr 2017 3,997 Retweets 4,969 Likes <p><a href="https://first-female-prophet.tumblr.com/post/162396178419/the-hijab-isnt-just-a-piece-of-cloth-for-this" class="tumblr_blog">first-female-prophet</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>The hijab isn’t just a piece of cloth for this woman and many women all over the globe. It’s about men policing and taking control over women’s bodies.</p></blockquote> <p>&ldquo;The hijab is a totally voluntary thing!&rdquo;<br/> Sure it is, when you live in America and nobody&rsquo;s going to stone you for not wearing it. Try telling that to women living in Islamic countries where it&rsquo;s the law to cover themselves whenever they want to go out in public and often they can&rsquo;t even drive or enter a building without a male escort. But you won&rsquo;t hear a peep from first world feminists about that because they&rsquo;re too busy making sure you don&rsquo;t blame all Muslims for every terrorist attack.</p>

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