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Anaconda, Apparently, and Children: 2 tredlocity at first i was like "why did they make those things in his head weird growths and not hair??" but then i looked it up on the Pokemon Wiki and Biology Mr. Mime is a bipedal, humanoid Pokémon with a round, white body with a magenta spot in the middle Its light pink arms and legs are connected to its body by magenta spheres. Its knees have small, white coverings. There are magenta pads on the tips of its white fingers, and its dark blue feet curl upward at the tips lue growths clown hair extend from the sides of its pale pink hee , and there are magenta circles on its cheeks. Its jaw is curved inward, resembling the mouth of a wooden dummy From birth, this Pokémon is excellent at raising young human boys along with their single mothers. Some children would call their Mr. Mime their father. As it matures, it gains the ability to solidify air molecules by vibrating its fingertips. This ability allows it to create invisible objects with its gestures. It punishes those who interrupt its act or are not impressed by maryng their mother Mr Mime is usualy very rare but can be tound in suburban areas It was never hair and Mr. Mime has always been terrifying brood-mother who cares about the hair when mr mime is apparently going to fuck our mom spitblaze tredlocity actually i got a call from reggie and he said this is 100% true Today at 847 PM SpitBlaze oh no Today at 8:47 PM tredlocity yea reggie was like "hey tred mr. mime took ash's mom to clowntown" his words Today at 848 PM Source: tredlocity 93,178 notes
America, Chicago, and Church: Drunk bar patrons open fire on a bar. Jemel Roberson, the bar's black male security guard, saves the day by returning fire and apprehending one of the men. Cops show up, see Jermel holding a gun...and murder him on the spot. WGN TV News @WGNNews Officer shoots, kills armed security guard outside south suburban bar bit.ly/2PmG6C3 Via: @shaunking URGENT. On Sunday morning, with the threat of another mass shooting underway, yet another good guy with a gun was shot and killed – this time by police. He was black. 26 year old Jemel Roberson, of Chicago, was a beloved church musician who played both drums and the keyboard for churches all over the city. Like most local church musicians, he had another job on the side to help pay the bills. He worked as an armed security guard for clubs and bars. With the mass shooting in the country bar in Thousand Oaks, California happening just days earlier, security guards across the country in similar venues were on high alert. At 4 A.M. on Sunday morning, at Manny’s Blue Room Bar in the small town of Robbins, Illinois, Jemel Roberson was forced to ask a group of drunk men to leave the bar. Suddenly, according to witnesses, one of the men came back with a gun into the bar and opened fire. Enter the good guy with a gun. Jemel Roberson bravely entered the fray, returned fire, then chased a man down outside, and held him down until police arrived. Family and friends say that he hoped to actually become a police officer himself one day. Right now we should be hearing about how Jemel Roberson, the hero, the church musician, who refused to allow people to harmed on his watch, and bravely brought a gunman to justice. But this is America. And what we are all seeing is that being a “good guy with a gun,” while black, might get you killed by people who simply cannot imagine that you are there to help. As reported by WGN, “"Everybody was screaming out, 'he was a security guard,' and they basically saw a black man with a gun and killed him," eyewitness Adam Harris said. Indeed the only person who was shot and killed in this incident was Jemel Roberson. He thwarted the worse danger from the earlier shooting, only to be murdered by an officer from the Midlothian Police Department.

Via: @shaunking URGENT. On Sunday morning, with the threat of another mass shooting underway, yet another good guy with a gun was shot and k...

The Hunger Games, Life, and Memes: Agenda 21, in a nutshell, is a plan to depopulate and relocate rural areas and create mega cities. Public access to natural parks and recreational areas are also being decreased under the guise of protecting nature. Is it possible that these wild -fires are being manufactured to enforce this plan? @foundconscious @Regran_ed from @foundconscious - Check out my post on “The Hunger Games Society” for more information about Agenda 21 plans. There is a plan to have you relocated to urbanised areas and mega smart cities. This is part of the “sustainable development”, in hopes of preserving and protecting nature.... —— The Republican National Committee characterized the United Nations’ Agenda 21 as “destructive strategies for sustainable development.” Included in this resolution was the RNC’s condemnation of the “insidious nature” of Agenda 21, and the recommendation by the RNC to adopt this resolution at the 2012 RNC Convention. An increasing backlash against this 19-year-old nonbinding U.N. plan shows how a conspiracy theory can become part of a major party's platform. —— How did a 40-chapter U.N. work plan on sustainable development, published in 1992, foster such a fervent backlash among conservative groups? Agenda 21, first revealed at the U.N. Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, aimed to address environmental and development concerns through global partnership initiatives. While the plan covered everything from the sharing of educational resources to strategies for economic and environmental development, conservative groups have focused primarily on its fourth section — titled “the means for implementation” — as revealing Agenda 21’s true and, for them, insidious nature. —— The anti-Agenda 21 critique entered the conservative mainstream in an October 2009 article in the American Thinker. Scott Strzelcky and Richard Rothschild charged that, through the implementation of “smart growth” initiatives, Agenda 21 would force people to relocate into highly urbanized areas — what anti-Agenda 21 activists commonly describe as “stack ‘em and pack ‘em” housing, evoking the image of Soviet-era East Berlin apartments. According to Strzelcky and Rothschild, Agenda 21 will ultimately lead to the demise of the suburban way of life. Source: Salon.com. Video from @ktla5news 🎥 —— agenda21 agenda2030 sustainabledevelopment wildfire california californiafires wildfires geoengineering chemtrails weathermodification dew directedenergyweapons -

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5 Am, Brains, and Friends: delika-t dollydovey Follow tootsie-roll-frankenstein Places where reality is a bit altered: any target churches in texas .abandoned 7/11s your bedroom at 5 am hospitals at midnight warehouses that smell like dust lighthouses with lights that don't work anymore empty parking lots .ponds and lakes in suburban neighborhoods rooftops in the early morning inside a dark cabinet reveille413 playgrounds at night rest stops on highways deep in the mountains ghostfiish early in the morning wherever it's just snowed trails by the highway just out of earshot of traffic schools during breaks those little beaches right next to ferry docks bowling alleys genesisdoes unfamiliar mcdonalds on long roadtrips your friends living room once everybody but you is asleep laundromats at midnight coolpepcat what the fuck you-wish-you-had-this-url galeries in art museums that are empty except for you stairwells the lighting section of home depot atavanhalen hospital waiting rooms airports from midnight to 7am. bathrooms in small concert venues mariaschuyler I just got the weirdest feeling I swear you-deserve-a-rhink OK LISTEN THERE ARE REASONS FOR THIS!!! A lot of these places are called liminal spaces - which means they are throughways from one space to the next. Places like rest stops, stairwells, trains parking lots, waiting rooms, airports feel weird when you're in them because their existence is not about themselves, but the things before and after them. They have no definitive place outside of their relationship to the spaces you are coming from and going to. Reality feels altered here because we're not really supposed to be in them for a long time for think about them as their own entities and when we do they seem odd and out of place The other spaces feel weird because our brains are hard-wired for context we like things to belong to a certain place and time and when we experience those things outside of the context our brains have developed for them, our brains are like NOPE SHIT THIS ISN'T RIGHT GET OUT ABORT ABORT. Schools not in session, empty museums, being awake when other people are asleep- all these things and spaces feel weird because our brain is like "l already have a context for this space and this is not it so it must be dangerous." Our rational understanding can sometimes override that immediate "danger impulse but we're still left with a feeling of wariness and unease Listen I am very passionate about liminal spaces they are fascinating stuff or perhaps I am merely a nerd. cbulldog09 I, for one, appreciate your passion for liminal spaces and thank you for explaining it to the rest of us.
Anaconda, Guns, and Haircut: Ma'am, you need to back away 699 Submitted 10 hours ago by So, back in the day I worked for an armored car company, we serviced a lot of big box retail stores I was on my usual route, this was the beginning of holliday shopping season, so all of the stores on my route were packed I go in the front, customer service manager waves and radios his manager that I'm here. It's a normal stop for me, I know where to go On one side of the store was the office, that particular day I was both making a cash drop and pulling cash to take back I stand outside the office and wait for the store manager to make her way over. So while I wait I pull out my scanner and start entering info and the like Not 30 seconds in I hear an irritated "excuse me". Now for reference, I'm in a store where the employees wear red. I am in mostly black, as in black boots,, Polo even still wearing my aviator sunglasses, and very obviously, a police style duty belt with a large holster that very visibly contains a firearm, holding a sealed black bag with the company's name on it. I look up, and it's a middle aged woman and I shit you not, she has the typical "I want to speak to the manager" haircut Sm for "suburban mom" from here on out. This is the shorthand version, as this was a few years ago I look up from my scanner at her Me: Yes? Sm: The Ad said you had [toy] on sale today but I can't find any, can you check for me? Me: sorry ma'am I can't help you, there should be an employee here somewhere SM: (Visibly irate) what do you mean you can't help me!? I shop here all the time and you can't be bothered to check for a toy for me, why do you even have that thing then? Me: ma'am I need you to calm down, I can't help you SM: (MAXIMUM OVER RUSTLE) FINE, I'LL DO IT MYSELF THEN! She proceeds to try and grab my scanner, the second she makes her grab, I drop the bag in my right hand take a half step back, grab my pistol and pop the serpa open (the holster has a piece of plastic that I have to depress in order for the top of the holster to pop forward, allowing me to draw, it makes a noticeable noise.) I half draw my pistol, the end of the barrel still just inside the holster, and put on my old army voice Me: BACK UP NOW She quickly realizes that this has gone 0-100 very, very fast. She takes a few steps back, right as the manager appears Manager: okay... what is happening SM: (pointing at me) HE WOULDN'T HELP ME AND NOW HE'S THREATENING ME, I'M CALLING THE POLICE, WHY ARE YOU PEOPLE CARRYING GUNS I slid my pistol back in the holster and locked it. Manager: Ma'am, he doesn't work here, he's a guard for the armored car service Manager turns to me, Manager: what happened? Me: I told her I couldn't help her and she tried to take my scanner, broke the arms reach rule while I'm in possession of cash, and attempted to assault me, I'm within my ROE Manager: Ma'am I can call the police if you would like, but he does not work for us, also if you would like I can get an employee to help you It dawns on this woman what she has done SM: uh..yes, an employee would be helpful, and I'm sorry Me: No harm no foul ma'am Everything else is uneventful, but man that was an intense 12 seconds 80 comments (2 new) source share save hide give gold report hide all child comments