I'm not a retard in this universe, am I?

What a great day. The energy got started in the morning on the trip up with people smiling and waving at each other from their cars, even over an hour out from Cleveland. People are probably still screaming, “HERE
WE GO BROWNIES, HERE WE GO” and others appropriately responding by barking. Not only Cleveland, but half the state is super excited for next week against the Ravens.

aplacetolovedogs:

An inspirational video of 9-month-old two legged Boxer named Duncan, who loves life and lives it to the fullest. Duncan doesn’t know he is any different, just watch him run and play on the beach like any other dog! We should all take a lesson from this amazing pup!

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johndcharles:

This is an issue we talk and hear about every day, but I just had a life changing experience.  A former coworker of mine, posted an obnoxious cartoon of a guy open carrying in a restaurant walking around saying, “DO YOU FEEL SAFE!?!?! I FEEL SAFE!!!”  A guns rights debate ensued in the comments between him and me.  Tonight, several days later, a young women commented bravely about her story.  She told the story of how her ex-husband used to beat her and carrying a gun is the only way she managed to escape the constant hell of being attack by this psychopath.  Guns rights is a humans rights issue.  Especially for women.  As a 6’ 2” 230 lbs man who knows jiu jitsu and conceal carries I haven’t been in a non mutually consenting fight out side of sparring since junior high.  I don’t go looking for trouble and I’m intimidating as hell. So, I generally don’t find it.  However for some 4’10” 90 lbs women, or smaller men guns are a basic human rights issue.  An abusive spouse, or a series of gang members who are bent on causing you harm no matter what you do aren’t going to suddenly become reasonable.  You can’t just say, “no,” or call the police expect them to get there before serious harm has already been done.  Guns keep these people safe in a real way.  It’s one thing to talk about this, but to hear a women giver her testimony of how a gun nonviolently changed her quality of life 180 degrees is amazing.  Carrying a gun doesn’t mean you have to go around intimidating or murdering people.  The very fact that they keep you from being a victim by just being there is amazing.  Guns save lives more than they take them.

johndcharles:

This is an issue we talk and hear about every day, but I just had a life changing experience.  A former coworker of mine, posted an obnoxious cartoon of a guy open carrying in a restaurant walking around saying, “DO YOU FEEL SAFE!?!?! I FEEL SAFE!!!”  A guns rights debate ensued in the comments between him and me.  Tonight, several days later, a young women commented bravely about her story.  She told the story of how her ex-husband used to beat her and carrying a gun is the only way she managed to escape the constant hell of being attack by this psychopath.  Guns rights is a humans rights issue.  Especially for women.  As a 6’ 2” 230 lbs man who knows jiu jitsu and conceal carries I haven’t been in a non mutually consenting fight out side of sparring since junior high.  I don’t go looking for trouble and I’m intimidating as hell. So, I generally don’t find it.  However for some 4’10” 90 lbs women, or smaller men guns are a basic human rights issue.  An abusive spouse, or a series of gang members who are bent on causing you harm no matter what you do aren’t going to suddenly become reasonable.  You can’t just say, “no,” or call the police expect them to get there before serious harm has already been done.  Guns keep these people safe in a real way.  It’s one thing to talk about this, but to hear a women giver her testimony of how a gun nonviolently changed her quality of life 180 degrees is amazing.  Carrying a gun doesn’t mean you have to go around intimidating or murdering people.  The very fact that they keep you from being a victim by just being there is amazing.  Guns save lives more than they take them.

becausebirds:

tada!

becausebirds:

tada!

theinvisiblegentleman:

Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”

A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance.  This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.

guns-and-humor:

Let that be a lesson for being honest!!!

guns-and-humor:

Let that be a lesson for being honest!!!

themysteryofthedruids:

here’s a 13 second video of ducks bobbing their heads to bossa nova music

rendigo:

typette:

satteredhunter:

bucky-barnes-booty:

breelandwalker:

NORWEGIAN

FOREST

CATS

VIKING

KITTAHS

VIKING KITTAHS THAT’S PERFECT

pandarwar I found pictures of you

THAT FOX IS FUCKED

majestic

virtualanarchy:

by Michael Connelly

(Originally written on the 10th anniversary but should be re-read on this anniversary and others in the future - VA)

As we approached the anniversary of September 11, 2001 I look back on that day and remember the things that I saw and what I felt. I often work late, sometimes…

I'm going to kill every last one of you, nice and slow. Jhelia, Gab, :) see you soon.
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oh-snap-pro-lifers:

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~Jheila