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bobloblawslawblog: niki: heathonist and mabelmoments: AUSTRALIA BANS SMALL BREASTS - Somebody Think Of The Children Now they’ve decided that any depiction of women with small breasts in any slightly pornographic material is also RC because it “appears” to appeal only to pedophiles looking to find a legal analogue to underage girls. Is that insane? What message is that telling teenage...
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2010-1-24) →
Wu Tang Vs The Beatles (7) El Perro del Mar (4) Moriarty (3) SoKo (3) Cocoon (3) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know →
i’m quite unfamiliar with about 40% of the words on this list. i thought i was smart. lifetheuniverseandeverything:loveandzombies:sizetoosmall: The editors of the American Heritage® dictionaries have compiled a list of 100 words they recommend every high school graduate should know. “The words we suggest,” says senior editor Steven Kleinedler, “are not meant to be exhaustive but are a...
So many little people. Pet them on the head. pet pet pet pet pet….– Sleep Talkin’ Man
me: hello Sent at 7:45 PM on Sunday me: HELLO Sent at 7:46 PM on Sunday me: HELLO Sent at 7:49 PM on Sunday Ashley is offline. Messages you send will be delivered when Ashley comes online.
“Mahatma Gandhi on Homosexuality”
wordvomit: I am pretty sure the following story is almost entirely untrue, and I am shocked that it has been reblogged so many times with only one person questioning the lack of a source. I don’t care enough about this issue to do a proper research job either, but based on about 15 minutes of Googling (a hard task, since the Pagerank algorithm has decided that the fact this story’s been...
“Mahatma Gandhi on Homosexuality”
caraobrien: catchafire: Two gay Englishmen came to Gandhi in the 1930s and asked him what he thought of their relationship. The Mahatma asked some questions and for a short time fell silent. Then he said, “The greatest gift God gives us is another person to love.” Placing the hands of each man in the other’s, he quietly and with a smile asked, “Who are we to question God’s choice?”
What Could You Live Without? →
caraobrien: Nick Kristof’s Sunday column in the NY Times about a family that sold their house and gave half the profits to the Hunger Project, a non-profit I posted about a few weeks ago. there really are good people out there
Call for halt to Haiti adoptions over traffickers... →
caraobrien: abbyjean: Thousands of children unaccounted for since Haiti’s earthquake are at risk of falling prey to child traffickers, aid agencies have warned, as fears were raised over at least 15 children who have vanished from hospitals within the past few days. Unicef, the UN children’s agency, warned that “traffickers fish in pools of vulnerability. We know from past experience that...
What I like about helping Haiti.
lickystickypickyme: Last night I was watching a telethon on Dutch TV for Haiti. And yes people could call in and donate money trough all the Dutch celebrities operating the phone. But what was nicer were the initiatives to collect money by all the kids. They held car wash activities, went singing from door to door for money, sold toys they don’t use in garage sales. The most creative things you...
Debate over cognitive, traditional mental health... →
pleasedontsqueezetheshaman: (via psychotherapy) From my experience giving and receiving counseling, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can quickly work wonders at not letting inaccurate thoughts control mood. It’s got tools people can put to work right away and see results with less money spent. The Mind Over Mood workbook is a great way to try CBT on your own. Psychotherapy seems to be more of a...