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teamrocketing:

being really excited about something your parents don’t care about

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2 months ago
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myasphyxiatedmind:


For those who are wondering how they can help outdoor cats in bad weather if they truly can’t take them in (even just for overnight), check out this pic on how to create simple shelters from storage bins

YES, EXCELLENT. Reblog everywhere.
This is great to put out to help strays and ferals and also the outdoor cats of irresponsible pet owners who opt to leave them out in the cold.

myasphyxiatedmind:

For those who are wondering how they can help outdoor cats in bad weather if they truly can’t take them in (even just for overnight), check out this pic on how to create simple shelters from storage bins

YES, EXCELLENT. Reblog everywhere.

This is great to put out to help strays and ferals and also the outdoor cats of irresponsible pet owners who opt to leave them out in the cold.

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3 months ago
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The amount of kpop I listen to, how am I not yet fluent in korean?

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3 months ago
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unclefather:

juststareatthestarsforever:

the disappointment in his eyes..

son why are you doing this to me

unclefather:

juststareatthestarsforever:

the disappointment in his eyes..

son why are you doing this to me

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3 months ago
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Chens cute mouth twitch~

Chens cute mouth twitch~

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1 month ago
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sinidentidades:

Evictions Are Still Hurting Communities of Color
Every year the rent is too damn high and paychecks stay stuck on “not enough.” It’s a commonly lived story that’s bringing renewed focus in mainstream media on homelessness and the nation’s affordable housing crisis. Now, one Harvard sociologist, Matthew Desmond, is expanding the lens by looking specifically at how housing eviction upends the lives of the urban poor. Take Milwaukee: a recent survey showed the most recent move for 1 in 7 Black residents was an eviction or other involuntary relocation; among Latin@s, fully 1 in 4. No database exists to track evictions nationwide but Milwaukee likely highlights an underreported national trend.

Nationally, between 1991 and 2011, the number of renter households dedicating less than one-third of their income to housing costs fell by about 15 percent, while the number dedicating more than 70 percent of their income to housing costs more than doubled, to 7.56 million. At the same time, housing assistance has not been expanded to meet the growing need: today, only one in every four households that qualify for housing assistance receives it.

Desmond’s research has already inspired coverage of Black domestic violence victims in Pennsylvania. Desmond’s work, according to Harvard Magazine, shows how, “poor people are forced to make choices…that [people]  take for granted and sometimes must even choose between basic needs because they can’t afford them all in the same month.”
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sinidentidades:

Evictions Are Still Hurting Communities of Color

Every year the rent is too damn high and paychecks stay stuck on “not enough.” It’s a commonly lived story that’s bringing renewed focus in mainstream media on homelessness and the nation’s affordable housing crisis. Now, one Harvard sociologist, Matthew Desmond, is expanding the lens by looking specifically at how housing eviction upends the lives of the urban poor. Take Milwaukee: a recent survey showed the most recent move for 1 in 7 Black residents was an eviction or other involuntary relocation; among Latin@s, fully 1 in 4. No database exists to track evictions nationwide but Milwaukee likely highlights an underreported national trend.

Nationally, between 1991 and 2011, the number of renter households dedicating less than one-third of their income to housing costs fell by about 15 percent, while the number dedicating more than 70 percent of their income to housing costs more than doubled, to 7.56 million. At the same time, housing assistance has not been expanded to meet the growing need: today, only one in every four households that qualify for housing assistance receives it.

Desmond’s research has already inspired coverage of Black domestic violence victims in Pennsylvania. Desmond’s work, according to Harvard Magazine, shows how, “poor people are forced to make choices…that [people]  take for granted and sometimes must even choose between basic needs because they can’t afford them all in the same month.”

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2 months ago
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When you look at the crucifix, you understand how much Jesus loved you. When you look at the Sacred Host, you understand how much Jesus loves you now.
p0tn00dles:

whoagifs:

A bullet going through a water bottle.

why is this so addictive to watch

p0tn00dles:

whoagifs:

A bullet going through a water bottle.

why is this so addictive to watch

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3 months ago
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kushina:

date a girl who reads naruto

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3 months ago
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“People have decided how they are going to perceive her. No matter how many times she smiles, they’ll put in the one picture where she’s not smiling.” - Robert Pattinson

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3 months ago
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