A semi-intelligent being in a fucked up world. 29/manly/arkansas

 

Fuck, it was hard coming home today. The house is so empty.

Fuck, it was hard coming home today. The house is so empty.

testedspirit:

I never tire of reposting this, but it gets worse. On the new “Cosmos” Tyson stated that the genetic code for all life has more molecules arranged in a specific order than there are stars in our galaxy. Self proclaimed free and rational thinkers claim that all happened at random with no divine intervention. Yeah, right.

Christianity - The belief that a god created a universe 13.75 billion light years across containing 200 billion galaxies, each of which contains an average of over 200 billion stars, just so he could have a personal relationship with you.Makes perfect sense.

testedspirit:

I never tire of reposting this, but it gets worse. On the new “Cosmos” Tyson stated that the genetic code for all life has more molecules arranged in a specific order than there are stars in our galaxy. Self proclaimed free and rational thinkers claim that all happened at random with no divine intervention. Yeah, right.

Christianity - The belief that a god created a universe 13.75 billion light years across containing 200 billion galaxies, each of which contains an average of over 200 billion stars, just so he could have a personal relationship with you.

Makes perfect sense.

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Anonymous asked
i honestly think you're an MRA trying to make anyone fighting for equality look bad jfc

little-missandry:

No. I am fighting for real equality - telling men the truth: that they can’t be raped and that they are oppressing women by merely existing.

Feminists, everyone. Right here. Making sure the world knows that women are born victims and nothing bad happens to men ever. Fucking brilliant.

/sarcasm

Are you epileptic and can't have gifs on your dash?

tricks-for:

There’s are several ways to turn off all gifs on your dashboard.

  1. If you have XKit, you can download the “Disable Gifs” extension.
  2. If you want to (permanently) disable any gifs on the web, follow this handy guide (works for Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera).
  3. There is…

Um, no. The world doesn’t cater to every single issue and nuance people have and they shouldn’t have to. Its not the grocery store’s responsibility to stop selling dairy products completely because some people are lactose intolerant. McDonalds isn’t required to stop selling hamburgers because some people are vegans. The thought of banning amusement parks because some people get motion sickness and can’t ride the roller coasters is beyond absurd.

Its a nice gesture when concessions are made, like non dairy milk at a grocery store or veggie burgers at a fast food place but it isn’t required. People are ultimately responsible for managing their own conditions. Some aspects of this are regulated by law such as handicap access to places of business but by in large, we can’t child-proof the world for every possible situation. It is up to the individuals to take responsibility for situations they know ahead of time could be detrimental to them.

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ibnjihad:

merr-man

This isn’t even worth replying to. I heard at least three fallacies in the first few minutes and this goes on for twenty.

So I finally acquired some damn tools today. This toolbox has been sitting around empty for a few weeks waiting for Sears to run another sale and this weekend they did. Pretty happy with the results.

My leg was aggressively humped by a dog today in case anyone was wondering.

stories-yet-to-be-written:

policymicTracking US drone strikes? Now there’s an app for that

Last week, New York-based web developer Josh Begley answered that question with the launch of “MetaData+,” an iPhone app that sends an alert to your phone every time the United States conducts a drone strike.

He created the app in 2012 under the original name Drones+, but Apple rejected the app five times, taking nearly two years for the app to be available to the public.

The App Review Board claimed that Begley’s app was “not useful or entertaining enough” and something that “many audiences would find objectionable.”

Begley even spoke with a representative from Apple on the phone, who said that if the app was about drones, it just wasn’t going to be approved. Finally, after he removed the word “drone” from both the name and the description, the app was accepted.

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