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steviefuckingnicks:

YOUNG. JOE. BIDEN.

steviefuckingnicks:

YOUNG. JOE. BIDEN.

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pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 31, 1975: Jimmy Hoffa Disappears
On this day in 1975, the infamous American labor leader Jimmy Riddle Hoffa disappeared in Detroit, Michigan, never to be found.  As president of America’s largest union, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Hoffa committed several crimes, including jury tampering, mail fraud and bribery, for which he spent four years in prison. He was pardoned by President Richard Nixon in 1971.
Many believe that Hoffa was the victim of Mafia violence; however, the true cause of his death remains unknown.
Delve into the mystery surrounding Hoffa’s death with History Detectives’ “Who Killed Jimmy Hoffa?”
Photo: James P. Hoffa, half-length portrait, with his father James R. Hoffa at a testimonial dinner. (Library of Congress)

he actually disappeared yesterday omg pbs do you not follow my blog?

pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 31, 1975: Jimmy Hoffa Disappears

On this day in 1975, the infamous American labor leader Jimmy Riddle Hoffa disappeared in Detroit, Michigan, never to be found.  As president of America’s largest union, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Hoffa committed several crimes, including jury tampering, mail fraud and bribery, for which he spent four years in prison. He was pardoned by President Richard Nixon in 1971.

Many believe that Hoffa was the victim of Mafia violence; however, the true cause of his death remains unknown.

Delve into the mystery surrounding Hoffa’s death with History Detectives’ “Who Killed Jimmy Hoffa?”

Photo: James P. Hoffa, half-length portrait, with his father James R. Hoffa at a testimonial dinner. (Library of Congress)

he actually disappeared yesterday omg pbs do you not follow my blog?

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actuallyakrampus:

personally i find the sensitive man who styles himself after john green protagonists far more intimidating than more conventionally masculine men because in my experience he hates masculinity not for what it does to women but for what it did to him, and retreats to an ‘alternative’ form of masculinity; still one that seeks to possess and exploit women, but one that wears a cardigan instead of a sports uniform

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measureoutpace:

Will these pills fix my life ??????

These pills make me irritable as fuck

measureoutpace:

Will these pills fix my life ??????

These pills make me irritable as fuck

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devilthrones:

A Facebook friend of mine had the perfect thing to say about this creep:
This is why, despite being a nonbeliever and a scientifically minded person, I hesitate to identify as a member of the skeptic/atheist community- it is dominated by pompous white men who find doing things like categorizing rape into different “levels” of badness, and playing logical fallacy “gotcha” games with anyone hurt by this, to be a diverting intellectual exercise … The more you ask them to stop, the more excited they get, and the more they will try to pull you into a “debate” and harm you further. This is not done in the spirit of true inquiry and debate; it is abuse disguised in the sterile wrapping of “discourse.” 

devilthrones:

A Facebook friend of mine had the perfect thing to say about this creep:

This is why, despite being a nonbeliever and a scientifically minded person, I hesitate to identify as a member of the skeptic/atheist community- it is dominated by pompous white men who find doing things like categorizing rape into different “levels” of badness, and playing logical fallacy “gotcha” games with anyone hurt by this, to be a diverting intellectual exercise … The more you ask them to stop, the more excited they get, and the more they will try to pull you into a “debate” and harm you further. This is not done in the spirit of true inquiry and debate; it is abuse disguised in the sterile wrapping of “discourse.” 

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How much do I not give a fuck?
Let me show you right now

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"On this day, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Social Security Act of 1965 into law, creating the Medicare and Medicaid programs. It was the country’s first national health insurance program."

— The Writer’s Almanac