protheanbeacon

    Y’all. Y’all.

    scotty2thotty

    WHO IS LETTING HER TOUCH THEM?

    goldensweetcheeks

    Lmaooo who is letting these hands touch their hair 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

    thejusticethatissocial

    As the raging California wildfires encroached upon Roland Handel’s home, he had to make a split-second decision — try to force his dog Odin into the car, or leave him behind.

    Odin is one of two great Pyrenees who take turns guarding the family’s eight goats from coyotes and mountain lions, and he was on duty the night the fires broke out.

    “I had my 14-year-old daughter and we had to get out,” Handel said between sobs.

    So he opened the gates so the animals could flee, then drove off with his daughter, their three other dogs and two cats all packed into the family car.

    “By the time we were going down the road, you could hear the twisting metal of transmission towers falling and propane tanks exploding,” he said. “I’ll never forget it.”

    He returned the next day, circumventing roadblocks to get there.

    He discovered that his home and everything else on his property was completely destroyed.

    Except for Odin, who was there waiting for him — with all eight goats.

    The dogs paw pads were burnt and his bright white fur was singed orange. 

    “He looked small and he was limping. He was lying down a lot. He was clearly exhausted.”

    A group of deer had gathered with Odin and the goats, Handel said, perhaps also taking advantage of the brave pooch’s protection. The deer scattered when Handel approached.

    He believes the dog led the other animals to a clearing at the center of a high outcropping of rocks to avoid contact with the flames.

    “Its amazing he’s in such good spirits. He doesn’t show signs of being traumatized at all. He’s just really happy,” Handel said.

    “He’ll make a full recovery. He’s going to be back with his goats.”

    Handel is now raising money on YouCaring to rebuild the animals’ barn and water supply before winter. 

    Well now I’m crying at my dining room table over a dog and his goats

    justcallmejackiechanel

    What a good boy!!!

    noctomania

    I saw this on the BBC and thought you should see it:

    Call for a ban on child sex robots -

    eronthebender

    Say what you will about Sex robots in general (whether they should exist at all or not, consent, etc.)

    But why the did people decide “you know what let’s make sex robots that look like children for pedophiles and make (or try to make) one advanced enough that it could play out fantasies for rapists.”

    Why in the 75 swirling hells are they doing this? Why do countries even have to say “we want Child sex robots banned”? Like we couldn’t all easily agree that having Pedophilia and rapeable sex robots is wrong and shouldn’t be done. We couldn’t just stick to the already creepy misogyny of Men buying female sex robots that we know will all be built to beauty standards impossible to obtain by real life human women?

    WHAT THE FUCK HUMANITY!!!!

    justcallmejackiechanel

    All the intelligence it takes to create robots, and this is how you use it...to make child sex robots. Humans do not deserve nice things. When the robot revolution begins, humanity deserves whatever happens.

    saywhat-politics

    And then something amazing happened…

    randaness

    surprising everyone, except for people who make at or near minimum wage and anyone who understands economics

    glaringlymonochromatic

    Literally what every millennial has been asking for for years Of course your fucking business does better when everyone has more money in their pockets When we have don’t have the money to spend, we can’t fucking spend it, who’d have thunk?

    an-actual-stone

    More money flowing means more money flowing. Surprising.

    scloutier

    Economically, the most useless people are the ones who have money and won’t spend it, not the ones who don’t have it and MUST spend it.

    jumpingjacktrash

    reblogging again for that last important fact

    practicalityinpraxis

    This is one of those articles where I want to be like “water is fucking wet” but I know there are so many people who will not acknowledge this shit until they hear it from the people they’ve been trained to trust by capitalism.

    So it’s entirely a necessary article. It really is. There’s a huge audience for whom these kinds of articles are necessary. It’s good to have them, and to spread them. The writers were right to write it and the publishers right to publish it. Information is power, and having more easy and accessible stories like this from people that broad audiences find immediately trustworthy or authoritative.

    But also WATER IS FUCKING WET.

    obiwanishinaabe

    I will take every opportunity to warn people against these genetics testing “services.” They are huge data mines and prospecting firms, and if you are Indigenous, your submission may be their way around tribal moratoriums against these sorts of collections.

    Plus, they don’t mean anything as far as Indigenous identity.

    rosemoo

    Oh wow, read this. Excerpt, emphasis mine:

    “Buried in the “Informed Consent” section, which is incorporated into the Terms of Service, Ancestry.com warns customers, “it is possible that information about you or a genetic relative could be revealed, such as that you or a relative are carriers of a particular disease. That information could be used by insurers to deny you insurance coverage, by law enforcement agencies to identify you or your relatives, and in some places, the data could be used by employers to deny employment.”

    This is a massive red flag. The data “you or a genetic relative” give to AncestryDNA could be used against “you or a genetic relative” by employers, insurers, and law enforcement.

    For example, a young woman named Theresa Morelli applied for individual disability insurance, consented to release of her medical records through the Medical Information Bureau (a credit reporting agency for medical history), and was approved for coverage. One month later, Ms. Morelli’s coverage was cancelled and premiums refunded when the insurer learned her father had Huntington’s disease, a genetic illness.“

    nunyabizni

    ““This is about the time, when I talk about politics, that the Internet trolls tell me to stick to my day job,” the actor said. “I’d like to talk about my day job. My day job is the chairman and the co-founder of Thorn. We built software to fight human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children. My other day job is that of the father of two, a 2-month old and 2-year-old.”

    Kutcher, 39, shares daughter Wyatt and son Dimitri with wife Mila Kunis.

    He then described joining the FBI in raids in India, Russia, Mexico and stateside in New Jersey and New York.

    “I’ve seen things that no person should ever see,” he said, tearing up. “I’ve seen video content of a child that is the same age as mine being raped by an American man that was a sex tourist in Cambodia. This child was so conditioned by her environment that she thought she was engaging in play.”

    He continued, “I’ve been on the other end of a phone call from my team asking for my help because we had received a call from the Department of Homeland Security, telling us that a 7-year-old girl was being sexually abused and that content was being spread on the Dark Web … They’d watched her for three years and they could not find the perpetrator, [and were] asking us for help. We were the last line of defense. An actor and his foundation were the last line of defense.”

    “I had to say no and it devastated me, it haunted me,” Kutcher said, choking up again. “For the next three months I had to go to sleep every night and think about that little girl that was being abused and the fact that if I built the right thing, we could have saved her. Now, if I got that phone call, the answer would be yes.”

    He then recalled the story of “Amy,” a 15-year-old girl from Oakland, Calif., who was forced into trafficking within hours of meeting a man in person she’d first talked to online. “This isn’t an isolated incident. There’s not much that’s unusual about it,” Kutcher said. “The only unusual thing is that ‘Amy’ was found and returned to her family within three days using a tool we created … called Spotlight.”

    Kutcher said the tool aids police in cutting investigation time by 60 percent, adding, “That’s my day job and I’m sticking to it.”

    It wasn’t all heavy: Kutcher and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) had a lighthearted moment after his speech. “You were better looking in the movies,” McCain said.

    Kutcher, blowing McCain, 80, a kiss, replied, “My wife says that, too.””

    Slavery is still alive and well in the world, and he is helping to stamp it out.

    russian-support

    Well damn, I’ll give Kutcher credit.

    robert-the-foul

    He’s a good man. Glad this is now his day job. He’s good at it. This is the type of shit that other celebs should do, rather than whine and virtue signal.

    russian-support

    Agreed. Use those millions for something real, not for virtue signalling.

    shavensasquatch

    Pair him up with Keanu Reeves and let the bodies hit the floor. Make it happen, Tumblr.

    jdotslack

    Love this dude

    justcallmejackiechanel

    Didn't know any of this about Ashton. Glad I know now

    Click the link read up  send a comment and reblog far and wide!

    cloacacarnage

    OH HELL YEAH

    kingjaffejoffer

    3 months is not enough for Soulja Boy to learn anything… even from Mayweather.

    Chris Brown gonna beat his ass lol

    justcallmejackiechanel

    Soulja Boy bout to catch a real life L instead of the ones he catches on Twitter. SMH

    THIS IS MY MOTHER YOU GUYS!!

    ***PLEASE REBLOG!!***

    In this photo she is wearing a wig but she has short honey blond dreadlocks. She is a U.S. Veteran with serious health issues.

    She was last seen on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 on the 200 block of 71st street between Broadway and Main in Los Angeles.

    She left her home with the door unlocked, left her keys, phone, medication and money. This is very unlike her.

    Her 60th birthday was yesterday on St. Patrick’s Day and were unable to share that special day with her.

    ***PLEASE REBLOG***

    autonomous-geordie-deactivated2

    The student, a self-proclaimed ‘anti-feminist’, is part of a new movement of straight men who are avoiding any kind of contact with women, known as the Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW) club.

    What a sad little sack of shit

    anarchofoxxy

    well that’s good

    theterribletwitch

    men can go their own away tbh

    ktsaurusr3x

    A problem that solves itself

    theresagooseinthemainframe

    Men can go their own way and fucking stay there

    witwitch

    GOOD. VERY GOOD. MORE OF THIS. Self select out of the gene pool, THANK YOU

    opisaterf

    does he think he’s punishing feminists??? this is what we’ve been asking for all along lol

    anticipatedrepudiation

    No one is bothered by this.

    radicalmayhem

    I love MGTOW and I’m glad to see it’s gaining popularity - enough to be noticed by major news outlets! MGTOW avoid dating and marriage, some even eschew sex (although others attempt casual sex). They generally avoid women’s company, even platonic company. It’s wonderful. The misogynistic men are taking themselves away from us and we didn’t even have to do anything!

    uterusbearer

    The trash is taking out itself!

    angrybrownwomxxn

    Yes, please! Fuck right off fellas!

    suchalezbian

    Victory!!!

    jnc-ink

    This is hilarious. 

    memepriincess

    Bye. Won’t miss ya.

    justcallmejackiechanel

    Some problems solve themselves

    ctron164

    sale-aholic:

    themelancholyblackwoman:

    An excellent read from Dee Barnes. The more I learn about NWA, the more horrified and hurt I am.

    This was one of the best articles that I’ve read in a long time on entertainment, sexism, misogyny, violence and business.

    I just read this on facebook and I feel for her, I really do.

    Yesterday, Deadline’s TV editor Nellie Andreeva posted a piece titled “Pilots 2015: The Year Of Ethnic Castings – About Time Or Too Much Of Good Thing?” This headline wasn’t click-bait because it captured exactly what the writer was trying to say: that TV is getting too Black and maybe it should ...