WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH STRAIGHT BOYS
The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.
this makes me so happy
Ironic, hilarious, sad.
…when i get an email from a politician in Latin it makes me think they are casting spells and i don’t want to open them.
“It’s easy, you will feel to the home and the great gods into labor over the mountains, instantly.”
I felt this on a spiritual level.
my grandpa went to high school with her. and i love these photos!
The last shot though.
Today men were terrible again.
THE LASSSSSTTTT ONEEE!!!! MY SOUL!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!
"plus size clothes cost more bc it makes more fabric to make!!!" then why the fuck isn’t a size 2 more expensive than a 0? why isn’t a 6 way more expensive then a size 2??????
also why the fuck do shorts in target cost the same as jeans or other pants in target??? same with crop tops?? i bought a crop top for 20 bucks the other day that shit literally has half the fabric of a regular shirt ya’ll can fuck off
"Whatever the authorities want to do to try to destroy public space, they can’t get rid of everyday people who can come through an area without having to spend money and do something that they enjoy."
WASHINGTON – Owners of the Portland-Montreal oil pipeline running through Vermont need federal approval before changing their operations. That requirement would vanish under legislation approved by the U.S. House this week.
Under the legislation, passed 238-173 on Tuesday night, plans to expand or modify cross-border pipelines and transmission lines would be exempt from federal approval or environmental review.
Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., says that exemption could impact Vermont.
Owners of the Portland-Montreal pipeline, which carries light sweet crude oil from Maine through Vermont and into Canada, reportedly are considering reversing the pipeline’s flow and switching to Canadian tar-sands oil, which is considered dirtier.
If the Portland Pipe Line Corp. proceeds with that plan, and the House-passed bill becomes law, Vermont communities would have no opportunity to have their health and safety concerns taken into account, Welch said.
NEED to read this when I’m not about to sleep!