Out of curiosity how many years did your sister get? It's insane how as kids we don't realize the kind of trouble we can get in for just a "joke". But I'm happy to hear your sister is doing really well!

I don’t actually know how much time she served all together. She lived with my dad and I lived with my mom after it happened and I didn’t actually start visiting them again until after it was all over and she was in college.

bendragon-cumbersmaug:

kurwah:

darthtrey:

themaskednegro:

edens-blog:

tokomon:

dumbesttweets:

She has failed at life. I hope authorities show up at her door.


yikes

Yeah you know whatGood

You gon learn today

Fuck all of you. Young people make mistakes. If social media existed like it does today when you were a kid, this might be you.

this is one hell of a “teenage mistake” jesus christ i dont think your idea of teenage fun 30 years ago is making fake bomb threats

Pretty sure I knew as a 14 year old not to make bomb threats or to kid about serious loss of life or national security to a nation that is not even my own.

My sister was 15 when she decided to skip school and call in a bomb threat. She did her time in prison, then ankle monitoring on house arrest at home, and probation after. She was constantly getting into trouble before prison and her schoolwork was so bad that I (at 9 years old) was having to help her with her homework. When she got off probation she went to college, worked hard, and now she is an ICU nurse at the best hospital in the state. 
Going to prison was hitting rock bottom for her, it was also the best thing that could have happened. When people fuck up they need to face the consequences, how else will they grow and change?

bendragon-cumbersmaug:

kurwah:

darthtrey:

themaskednegro:

edens-blog:

tokomon:

dumbesttweets:

She has failed at life. I hope authorities show up at her door.

yikes

Yeah you know what
Good

You gon learn today

Fuck all of you. Young people make mistakes. If social media existed like it does today when you were a kid, this might be you.

this is one hell of a “teenage mistake” jesus christ i dont think your idea of teenage fun 30 years ago is making fake bomb threats

Pretty sure I knew as a 14 year old not to make bomb threats or to kid about serious loss of life or national security to a nation that is not even my own.

My sister was 15 when she decided to skip school and call in a bomb threat. She did her time in prison, then ankle monitoring on house arrest at home, and probation after. She was constantly getting into trouble before prison and her schoolwork was so bad that I (at 9 years old) was having to help her with her homework. When she got off probation she went to college, worked hard, and now she is an ICU nurse at the best hospital in the state. 

Going to prison was hitting rock bottom for her, it was also the best thing that could have happened. When people fuck up they need to face the consequences, how else will they grow and change?

Lesbian asylum-seeker sentenced to death

dynastylnoire:

wocinsolidarity:

blackpowerisforblackmen:

Please sign the petition to stop her deportation! 70,792 people have already signed this petition. We’re almost at the goal of 75,000 signatures. 

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Took the brat to Cypress Gardens today and got a bit of sunburn. Not bad but I keep forgetting and I’ll go to scratch an itch and it feels like being stabbed with nails. Gonna queue up some pics from our trip tomorrow. Mostly crap and blurry but there are some cute ones of her. She was shockingly well behaved so we hit the gift shop before we left and I let her pick out a little orange stuffed pony she has named Applejack. After that we hit Moe’s and Marble Slab Creamery. She got a mix of mint and blue cotton candy ice creams (because green and blue, duh) with rainbow sprinkles and chocolate chips. The woman behind the counter (omg the rude woman who has been there for years, but those are other stories) wouldn’t make it until I confirmed I knew it was mint and cotton candy and yes I would pay for it. Joke is on her though, Polly named her creation Rainbow dash and nommed the hell out of it though.

It really was a good day. Exactly what I wanted. We saw so many alligators and I reaffirmed that Cypress Gardens is still a contender for a future wedding venue. It may seem odd, but the thought of getting married in a gazebo in the middle of a swamp full of alligators is super appealing to me.

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It’s fine for men to watch shojo anime and read shojo manga like Sailor Moon and Cardcaptor Sakura.
It’s fine for men to make pornographic doujinshi of these, buy figurines, and jack off to the characters.
It’s fine for men to completely invade a Pretty Cure forum created for young girls and scare said girls away. It’s fine for these men to twist the entire fandom around themselves, its fine for them to show up to Pretty Cure events in throngs and its fine for them to frantically grab all the free handouts before any of the girls can.
It’s also fine for men to take these magical girl anime made for girls that celebrate being a girl and make them all about their pornography and which girl they most want to put their dick in. It’s fine, because theres even a cute name for them, ‘Ooki Tomodachi’ (Big Friend).
It’s fine for them to do the same with My Little Pony, of course. It’s fine that they can make the voice actors of the show uncomfortable with personal questions, its fine that they can yell out rape jokes to them at conventions, its fine that they have basically made it impossible for any of the 8 year old girls the show was made for to ever google it in public. It’s fine for them to gather in the toy stores around the pony toys and intimidate young girls. It’s fine that the whole show, created to celebrate femininity and how ‘theres no wrong way to be a girl’ is now associated with their fetishes. And its so fine that these male fans get given a cute name (‘brony’), get documentaries made about them, have newspaper article after blog post after feature talking about how they are ‘challenging gender norms’ and ‘transforming pop culture’.

But if a girl ‘trespasses’ into a male space, what happens? (Even when it isnt ‘trespassing’, in the case of Free!, in which a space was actually made for us ) We can expect such timeless classics as: degradation, ‘you’re not even a REAL fan!’ ‘I bet you dont even know ______’, all kinds of threats, and, of course, the posts you see on this blog.

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- Male Otaku mad about Free! because its brilliant and accurate on so many levels (via shotalita)

This nailed my anger at the whole Brony phenomenon perfectly, yo.

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I only just heard about a teen girl being harassed with rape threats because she spoke up about the triggery “Princess Molestia” meme rampant in the fandom. I think this post is very relevant.

(via yamino)

This! This nails what makes me so uncomfortable about brony stuff. I don’t care if guys like “girl” things.  What bothers me is how they move into a female space and take it over and make it all about their dicks, then act offended when women get uncomfortable with it.  They cannot imagine a space that they can’t co-opt and make their own.

BUT they also can’t imagine women having their own space OR invading a “male” space like comic books or science fiction.  Jesus fucking christ, dudes, could we women get a little fucking space?

(via brbshittoavenge)

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Anonymous Asked:
why do you hate bronies friend

beholdmyrobes:

I hate bronies because they took a show for little girls, a show that embraces and celebrates femininity, and twisted it into a cesspool of misogyny and discrimination.

I hate bronies because I can’t look up something MLP-related without finding fucking porn. I hate bronies because i know that if I can’t search for anything without finding porn, then neither can the little girls who are looking stuff up about MLP. 

I hate bronies because Princess Molestia exists. (NSFW, cw for #sexual assault and #rape)

I hate bronies because they have forced themselves into the fandom so much that a recent epsiode had a fucking Brony-inspired character in it.

I hate bronies because it means that when I cosplay MLP, as a woman I do not feel safe being alone because I know there are a disturbing number of disgusting men at cons who would attempt to force themselves on me in some way without a second thought. I hate bronies because it means that when I cosplay MLP, I have more disgusting dudes ogling over me than little kids who are excited to see one of their favourite characters.

I hate bronies because they have essentially destroyed a safe space for girls - LITTLE FUCKING GIRLS - because they decided that a fucking show about fucking cartoon ponies needed to be catering to men instead of little girls.

Would you like me to go on?

Things I am *incredibly* uncomfortable with right now

everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

  • The “Hail Hydra” meme being popular at the same time that an anti-Semetic hate crime kills three people right before Passover.
  • … that’s it, really.

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X: “Go home - there are thousands more like me!” (S3, One Against an Army)

(Source: ode-to-simplicity, via evolutia)