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Some news: As things are right now, I’m living with my girlfriend and her grandparents. They got me a job about a month ago, working as a dishwasher at this place called Advanced Health Care of Mesa(which is where the girlfriend’s grandma[Fran]works as a nurse). In order for me to get to work, Fran has been driving me to work and she pulls an extra 3 hours while I’m there(I’m night shift, so I only work from 5:30 to 8:30). A couple of days ago, however, the manager her, Lisa, told Fran that she’s no longer allowed to work those 3 extra hours anymore staring 16. August, which means I’m losing my transportation and basically my job. So I’m putting in my two week’s notice some time in the next few days and moving back in with my parents back in Sierra Vista, the place I purposefully left in the first place so I could find a job. Hopefully now that I have *some* experience I can find another job a little easier.
I will forever be annoyed until people realize that it’s not who we elect, but the positions of power themselves. I’m so sick of seeing people enthusiastically campaign someone, get disappointed when they turn out to be a piece of shit, and then repeat the process. It’s to the point where I’m finding it real hard to even feel sympathy for those people. I just feel indignant that I and others have to suffer because of their shitty choices and shitty votes.
WHITE DRAGON TATTOO, Stockport.
the lines are shaky, the black isn’t solid, the font is.. odd.
good job professing your love for man hating, though.
I don’t know, I kind of like the style.
Imagine people like this in Congress.
Why. Why would you get that tattooed on you in the first place. Much less in huge lettering on your damn forearm.
Y’know what? Fuck it. I’m glad she got the tattoo—-I don’t want people like her in the workforce anyway. Christ.
I love it when feminists brand themselves like this….now I know who to either avoid or hit with a baseball bat.I dont advocate for violence, but I like these because it lets everyone know feminist for the malicious petty little women they truly are.
Maybe it’s the name of her boyfriend?
Funny how she got a man to tattoo that for her…
i’m all for tattoos and your body is your body, but i personally find this in bad taste. It’s just hard for people with visible tattoos to get a job, and this is just as distasteful as getting a Nazi Swastika or some other opressive-related tatoo. But it is their body, so.
Paige Bradley created one of the most striking sculptures I’ve seen in recent times. Her masterpiece, entitled Expansion, is a beautiful woman seeking inner piece but fractured and bleeding with light. “From the moment we are born, the world tends to have a container already built for us to fit inside: a social security number, a gender, a race, a profession,” says Bradley. “I ponder if we are more defined by the container we are in than what we are inside. Would we recognize ourselves if we could expand beyond our bodies?”