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janespetticoat: space-buns: pugbytes: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: grandpanerd-world: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: omghotmemes: Show some respect, people. THANK YOU The story of Balto is interesting. He led a team of sled dogs across the Alaskan wilderness in the dead of winter with diphtheria antitoxins to stop an outbreak in Nenana Alaska. Diphtheria is a deadly infectious disease that could wipe out a third of a town’s population. It is mostly unknown to the public today because of vaccines. Balto’s body is preserved in the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. He’s a big hero of mine! Let’s not forget Togo! Who, at 12 years old during the serum run, lead his team 200 miles through much more dangerous conditions during the first leg of the journey before Balto ran the last 55-mile stretch. Togo and Balto didn’t bust their asses for dying children for you to turn around and not vaccinate your damn kids Damn straight : janespetticoat: space-buns: pugbytes: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: grandpanerd-world: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: omghotmemes: Show some respect, people. THANK YOU The story of Balto is interesting. He led a team of sled dogs across the Alaskan wilderness in the dead of winter with diphtheria antitoxins to stop an outbreak in Nenana Alaska. Diphtheria is a deadly infectious disease that could wipe out a third of a town’s population. It is mostly unknown to the public today because of vaccines. Balto’s body is preserved in the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. He’s a big hero of mine! Let’s not forget Togo! Who, at 12 years old during the serum run, lead his team 200 miles through much more dangerous conditions during the first leg of the journey before Balto ran the last 55-mile stretch. Togo and Balto didn’t bust their asses for dying children for you to turn around and not vaccinate your damn kids Damn straight
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feniczoroark: exphautaz: feniczoroark: the-little-birb-prince: feniczoroark: hammaria: primal-blaziken: iris-sempi: megapokemonxy: wendycorduroy: stepchildofthesun: Pokemnemonic i hate this comic because i saw it like 5 years ago and to this day this is still how i remember it Bugs trump Grass because that’s their environment. Confused about why Bug-Moves are super effective against Psychic. Bug, ghost, dark are strong against psychic because they are common fears/phobias ! (Yknow because Psychic….brains and all) Still don’t get why Ghost beats Ghost. But How does bug beat dark?????? Cicadas. They screm at the dark. I have no idea what a Cicada sounds or looks like they’re Nasty Fuck Asses that Scream and Eat Anything, they come out of the ground once ever 7 or so years and act like a plague, and they SCREAM ALL NIGHT Babies scream at nightThe drunks across the road scream at night and act like a plague The voice of self hate and stress screams in my head all night. I haven’t slept well in over 10 years.Amateurs. : feniczoroark: exphautaz: feniczoroark: the-little-birb-prince: feniczoroark: hammaria: primal-blaziken: iris-sempi: megapokemonxy: wendycorduroy: stepchildofthesun: Pokemnemonic i hate this comic because i saw it like 5 years ago and to this day this is still how i remember it Bugs trump Grass because that’s their environment. Confused about why Bug-Moves are super effective against Psychic. Bug, ghost, dark are strong against psychic because they are common fears/phobias ! (Yknow because Psychic….brains and all) Still don’t get why Ghost beats Ghost. But How does bug beat dark?????? Cicadas. They screm at the dark. I have no idea what a Cicada sounds or looks like they’re Nasty Fuck Asses that Scream and Eat Anything, they come out of the ground once ever 7 or so years and act like a plague, and they SCREAM ALL NIGHT Babies scream at nightThe drunks across the road scream at night and act like a plague The voice of self hate and stress screams in my head all night. I haven’t slept well in over 10 years.Amateurs.
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space-buns: pugbytes: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: grandpanerd-world: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: omghotmemes: Show some respect, people. THANK YOU The story of Balto is interesting. He led a team of sled dogs across the Alaskan wilderness in the dead of winter with diphtheria antitoxins to stop an outbreak in Nenana Alaska. Diphtheria is a deadly infectious disease that could wipe out a third of a town’s population. It is mostly unknown to the public today because of vaccines. Balto’s body is preserved in the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. He’s a big hero of mine! Let’s not forget Togo! Who, at 12 years old during the serum run, lead his team 200 miles through much more dangerous conditions during the first leg of the journey before Balto ran the last 55-mile stretch. Togo and Balto didn’t bust their asses for dying children for you to turn around and not vaccinate your damn kids : Balto didn't bust his ass across the Alaskan tundra in 1925 to get those vaccines for dying children, for you to send your kids to school without being vaccinated in 2019 space-buns: pugbytes: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: grandpanerd-world: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: omghotmemes: Show some respect, people. THANK YOU The story of Balto is interesting. He led a team of sled dogs across the Alaskan wilderness in the dead of winter with diphtheria antitoxins to stop an outbreak in Nenana Alaska. Diphtheria is a deadly infectious disease that could wipe out a third of a town’s population. It is mostly unknown to the public today because of vaccines. Balto’s body is preserved in the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. He’s a big hero of mine! Let’s not forget Togo! Who, at 12 years old during the serum run, lead his team 200 miles through much more dangerous conditions during the first leg of the journey before Balto ran the last 55-mile stretch. Togo and Balto didn’t bust their asses for dying children for you to turn around and not vaccinate your damn kids
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the-lady-of-lothlorien: patron-saint-of-smart-asses: curvella: supesean: dillonstpepper: leah-black: o———-w———-o: blackqueerblog: This really a strong ass picture. Black women are super heroes! I love everything about this, but might I ask. Why the FUCK is schooling so bad in America that a woman who just gave birth has to prepare for an exam tomorrow? @the American education system, bitch I remember getting ready to fight a teacher because he kicked out a single mother who’s babysitter fell through. The baby wasn’t even crying. I got his ass fired. I remember my friend taking her exam while her water was breaking, because her professor wouldn’t allow her to take the exam at a later date. you know, maybe we shouldnt glorify this shit and start working on making it so that women can have fucking kids and not get fucked over by the system. i was gonna say….this made me kinda sad lmao she should be resting. this isn’t “strong” it’s a sign of a failed system For anyone reading this: you have rights as a parenting/pregnant student under Title IX. You can reschedule in the event of a birth, among many other things. You can learn more at pregnantoncampus.org Reblogging for any of my followers that might need this : Kodak Jack @thatgirlljackie Follow When you just gave birth but you have an exam tomorrow the-lady-of-lothlorien: patron-saint-of-smart-asses: curvella: supesean: dillonstpepper: leah-black: o———-w———-o: blackqueerblog: This really a strong ass picture. Black women are super heroes! I love everything about this, but might I ask. Why the FUCK is schooling so bad in America that a woman who just gave birth has to prepare for an exam tomorrow? @the American education system, bitch I remember getting ready to fight a teacher because he kicked out a single mother who’s babysitter fell through. The baby wasn’t even crying. I got his ass fired. I remember my friend taking her exam while her water was breaking, because her professor wouldn’t allow her to take the exam at a later date. you know, maybe we shouldnt glorify this shit and start working on making it so that women can have fucking kids and not get fucked over by the system. i was gonna say….this made me kinda sad lmao she should be resting. this isn’t “strong” it’s a sign of a failed system For anyone reading this: you have rights as a parenting/pregnant student under Title IX. You can reschedule in the event of a birth, among many other things. You can learn more at pregnantoncampus.org Reblogging for any of my followers that might need this
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patron-saint-of-smart-asses: prolifeproliberty: Because abortion kills a child.Not adopting a child at age 16 doesn’t kill anybody.Any the federal government currently allows abortion up to the moment of birth. State laws that restrict abortion all have loopholes that can easily be exploited. Abortion facilities fail health inspections and remain open because the government doesn’t want to stop abortion. I want to add:Adoption is EXPENSIVE. It entails costs and labor that normally birthing a biological child does not have. A 16 year old can have her medical care paid for by an adoptive family who will adopt her baby, or she can receive charitable funds/federal aid to keep the baby and finish school. Both of these options are much more feasible and practical for a teen than going out to adopt a baby. : Sarah Olson @ReadMoreScience If a 16-year-old wanted to adopt a child, the government wouldn't allow it She isn't done with her education, she can't financially support herself, and she isn't a legal adult But if she gets pregnant, the government can ban her from getting an abortion How is that logical patron-saint-of-smart-asses: prolifeproliberty: Because abortion kills a child.Not adopting a child at age 16 doesn’t kill anybody.Any the federal government currently allows abortion up to the moment of birth. State laws that restrict abortion all have loopholes that can easily be exploited. Abortion facilities fail health inspections and remain open because the government doesn’t want to stop abortion. I want to add:Adoption is EXPENSIVE. It entails costs and labor that normally birthing a biological child does not have. A 16 year old can have her medical care paid for by an adoptive family who will adopt her baby, or she can receive charitable funds/federal aid to keep the baby and finish school. Both of these options are much more feasible and practical for a teen than going out to adopt a baby.

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space-buns: pugbytes: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: grandpanerd-world: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: omghotmemes: Show some respect, people. THANK YOU The story of Balto is interesting. He led a team of sled dogs across the Alaskan wilderness in the dead of winter with diphtheria antitoxins to stop an outbreak in Nenana Alaska. Diphtheria is a deadly infectious disease that could wipe out a third of a town’s population. It is mostly unknown to the public today because of vaccines. Balto’s body is preserved in the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. He’s a big hero of mine! Let’s not forget Togo! Who, at 12 years old during the serum run, lead his team 200 miles through much more dangerous conditions during the first leg of the journey before Balto ran the last 55-mile stretch. Togo and Balto didn’t bust their asses for dying children for you to turn around and not vaccinate your damn kids : Balto didn't bust his ass across the Alaskan tundra in 1925 to get those vaccines for dying children, for you to send your kids to school without being vaccinated in 2019 space-buns: pugbytes: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: grandpanerd-world: your-naked-magic-oh-dear-lord: omghotmemes: Show some respect, people. THANK YOU The story of Balto is interesting. He led a team of sled dogs across the Alaskan wilderness in the dead of winter with diphtheria antitoxins to stop an outbreak in Nenana Alaska. Diphtheria is a deadly infectious disease that could wipe out a third of a town’s population. It is mostly unknown to the public today because of vaccines. Balto’s body is preserved in the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. He’s a big hero of mine! Let’s not forget Togo! Who, at 12 years old during the serum run, lead his team 200 miles through much more dangerous conditions during the first leg of the journey before Balto ran the last 55-mile stretch. Togo and Balto didn’t bust their asses for dying children for you to turn around and not vaccinate your damn kids
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jurakan: patron-saint-of-smart-asses: yellow-dress: teratomarty: one-angry-liberal: sonofbaldwin: The so-called “pro-life” movement’s philosophy. One of the best political cartoons that I’ve seen.  You know what pisses me off about this?  Really, REALLY pisses me off?  That’s George (H.W.) Bush holding that umbrella.  He was president 1981-1989.  Do you get that?   It means that the right have not budged an inch on their ridiculous pro-foetus, anti-actual-persons position in THIRTY GODDAMN YEARS. We should not still be having this argument! Thirty year old political cartoons should be bafflingly opaque, not crystal clear! ^ Reblogging again for that comment. Like I get if you are distrustful or critical of specific politicians, policies, or organizations, but y’all can stop pretending that pro-lifers as a whole hate women and human life, thanks Also “This political cartoon proves the pro-life movement hasn’t change in 30 years?” Like really? We’re using political cartoons as peer-reviewed sources? Pro-Choicer: “Hurr durr u only care about life before it’s born”Pro-lifer: “Actually that’s not-”Pro-Choicer: “Hurr durr u only care about life before it’s born!!!!”: rV Cartoon Signe Wilkinson jurakan: patron-saint-of-smart-asses: yellow-dress: teratomarty: one-angry-liberal: sonofbaldwin: The so-called “pro-life” movement’s philosophy. One of the best political cartoons that I’ve seen.  You know what pisses me off about this?  Really, REALLY pisses me off?  That’s George (H.W.) Bush holding that umbrella.  He was president 1981-1989.  Do you get that?   It means that the right have not budged an inch on their ridiculous pro-foetus, anti-actual-persons position in THIRTY GODDAMN YEARS. We should not still be having this argument! Thirty year old political cartoons should be bafflingly opaque, not crystal clear! ^ Reblogging again for that comment. Like I get if you are distrustful or critical of specific politicians, policies, or organizations, but y’all can stop pretending that pro-lifers as a whole hate women and human life, thanks Also “This political cartoon proves the pro-life movement hasn’t change in 30 years?” Like really? We’re using political cartoons as peer-reviewed sources? Pro-Choicer: “Hurr durr u only care about life before it’s born”Pro-lifer: “Actually that’s not-”Pro-Choicer: “Hurr durr u only care about life before it’s born!!!!”

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