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Sheriff’s office says drunk mom left toddler home alone to find more booze in Trinityyoutube.com

This happens more often than you know. While what she did is obviously a terrible thing, she needs help, not condemnation. View high resolution

Sheriff’s office says drunk mom left toddler home alone to find more booze in Trinity
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This happens more often than you know. While what she did is obviously a terrible thing, she needs help, not condemnation.

/var/null: Don't Fly During Ramadan

chimeracoder:

A couple of weeks ago, I was scheduled to take a trip from New York (JFK) to Los Angeles on JetBlue. Every year, my family goes on a one-week pilgrimage, where we put our work on hold and spend time visiting temples, praying, and spending time with family and friends. To my Jewish friends, I often…

Ardent Atheist: There is nothing wrong with sex!

ardentatheist:

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The in-groupers at FtB have been attempting to redefine flirting as sexual harassment and sexual intercourse as rape. The problem with this tactic is that it obfuscates actual acts of sexual predation while criminalizing very healthy sex-positive human interaction.

Adults choosing to be…

Ardent Atheist: What Do You Do When Someone Pulls The Pin and Hands You a Satirical Grenade?

ardentatheist:

I’m dyin’ here, people. It’s like people trust me or something.

So I’ve been given this rather…explosive…information. It’s a direct report of unethical behavior by a big name who was once in the skeptical community (yeah, like that hasn’t been happening a lot lately), and it’s bad. Really bad.

the-emotionary:

Futifaction - (futile + satisfaction) n. the hollow smugness that comes from being right all along; the symptom of “I told you so.”

gordiamor:

How to dress for your shape.

gordiamor:

How to dress for your shape.

Brute Reason: It’s interesting how calling someone out (no matter how politely) for...

brute-reason:

It’s interesting how calling someone out (no matter how politely) for doing something hurtful is often considered as bad as the hurtful thing they said in the first place.

In one of my seventh grade classes, there was a rule that if you said something mean to someone and got caught, you had to…

"Calling someone a sexist/racist/etc. is considered equivalent to calling them a slur."

(Source: brutereason)

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