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March 24 2014

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reservingtherighttobitch:

I think I need to actually write mine down or something. Not even necessarily just the big dreams. Just all the things I’d like to do.

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fuckyeahcici:

Go inside Ciara’s baby shower! (PT. 1)   

March 22 2014

Don’t ask her to moan. Make her.
— Unknown (via stevenbong)

March 21 2014

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dropmycumberbritches:

dropmycumberbritches:

Georgian First Grader Beaten and Sexually Assaulted by Male Classmates…School Says Boys Just “Rough Housing”

Valdosta - Three first grade boys kept a female classmate outside after recess by hiding in the woods, pushing her face first into the ground. The victim, whose name is being withheld, has suffered scarring to the right side of her face from broken tree branches and rocks that she was allegedly assaulted with both physically and sexually.

The victim was able to escape the male classmates after fifteen minutes of torture, running into a fifth grade classroom and alerting a teacher of what had happened. The principle of the elementary school said he had a “man to man” talk with the boys and their parents, giving them two days of suspension. He neglected calling the local authorities claiming “it did not seem like a police matter, just simple rough housing gone a little too far”.

The parents of the victim are looking to press charges on the boys for sexual and physical assault, as well as a possible law suit against the school district. District superintendent was not available for comment. 

This is called rape culture you guys. The girl was 7 years old and they called it “rough housing” between boys.

Please boost this post! People NEED to hear about this.

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Nature is busy creating absolutely unique individuals, whereas culture has invented a single mold to which all must conform. It is grotesque.
— Jiddu Krishnamurti (via purplebuddhaproject)

shydeiac:

how the pussy should be eaten:

  • like it’ll pay off all their student loans.
  • like the key to happiness is buried in there.
  • like they’ll be granted a tax free life.
  • like they heard the fountain of youth was in there. 
  • like it’ll grant you three wishes for whatever you heart desires.  
  • like its the last supper and you trying to be the 13th disciple.
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besturlonhere:

arineat:

tryingtodisappearcompletely:

God I hope this is true.

Oh my god it is.

OMFG

i dropped my monster space condom for my magnum astro dong

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thejunglenook:

Scent of the familiar: You may linger like perfume in your dog’s brain

An area of the canine brain associated with reward responds more strongly to the scents of familiar humans than it does to the scents of other humans, or even to those of familiar dogs.

The journal Behavioural Processes published the results of the first brain-imaging study of dogs responding to biological odors. The research was led by Gregory Berns, director of Emory’s Center for Neuropolicy.

"It’s one thing when you come home and your dog sees you and jumps on you and licks you and knows that good things are about to happen," Berns says. "In our experiment, however, the scent donors were not physically present. That means the canine brain responses were being triggered by something distant in space and time. It shows that dogs’ brains have these mental representations of us that persist when we’re not there."

When humans smell the perfume or cologne of someone they love, they may have an immediate, emotional reaction that’s not necessarily cognitive, Berns notes. “Our experiment may be showing the same process in dogs. But since dogs are so much more olfactory than humans, their responses would likely be even more powerful than the ones we might have.”

In 2012, Berns led the team that captured the first brain images of alert, unrestrained dogs, using harmless functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), setting the stage for exploring the neural biology and cognitive processes of man’s best friend. He has shown that dogs have a positive response in the caudate region of the brain when given a hand signal indicating they would receive a food treat, as compared to a different hand signal for “no treat.” In humans, the caudate region is associated with decision-making, motivation and processing emotions

"Olfaction is believed to be dogs’ most powerful and perhaps important sense, making it an obvious place to explore canine social cognition," Spivak says.

The experiment involved 12 dogs of various breeds. The animals had all undergone training to hold perfectly still while undergoing an fMRI scan. As they were being scanned, the subjects were presented with five different scents that had been collected on sterile gauze pads that morning and sealed in Mylar envelopes. The scent samples came from the subject itself, a dog the subject had never met, a dog that lived in the subject’s household, a human the dog had never met, and a human that lived in the subject’s household…

The results showed that all five scents elicited a similar response in parts of the dogs’ brains involved in detecting smells, the olfactory bulb and peduncle. The caudate responses, however, were significantly stronger for the scents of familiar humans, followed by that of familiar dogs.

"The stronger caudate activation suggested that not only did the dogs discriminate the familiar human scent from the others, they had a positive association with it," Berns says. “While we might expect that dogs should be highly tuned to the smell of other dogs, it seems that the ‘reward response’ is reserved for their humans. Whether this is based on food, play, innate genetic predisposition or something else remains an area for future investigation.”

An interesting twist: The dogs in the experiment that had received training as service/therapy dogs showed greater caudate activation for the scent of a familiar human compared with the other dogs. It is unclear whether this difference was due to genetics or had simply been fostered through the service/therapy training. (continue reading)

 

Journal Reference:

Gregory S. Berns, Andrew M. Brooks, Mark Spivak. Scent of the familiar: An fMRI study of canine brain responses to familiar and unfamiliar human and dog odors. Behavioural Processes, 2014; DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2014.02.011 (x)

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I didn’t realise how much i missed Leslie and Ann’s friendship
— (via communityparksnrecmodernfamily)
We often talk about the idea that “Parks” didn’t really become “Parks” until season 2 (or, really, the season 1 finale, “Rock Show”), and that it took the writers a half-dozen episodes to figure out how to dial in Leslie as something other than a female Michael Scott. But watching “Ann and Chris” — which featured a few flashbacks to that long-ago pilot episode — it almost felt as if this wasn’t a case of a TV writing staff finding their way with a character, but of a lonely and intense woman needing a new friend to bring out the best in herself.
— Alan Sepinwall, in his review of “Ann and Chris” (via deadendtowns)

Marijuana is a cop’s friend. Pot makes scoring arrest points and getting career boosts absurdly easy for a cop. Pot makes people visible, smellable, arrestable, and easy to handle. It’s a cop’s dream.

When I look over my old arrest reports as a Miami cop, most of them are nearly identical: stopped car, smelled dope, found dope, arrested one and all.

The prohibition against marijuana, in practice, allows cops to vacuum up thousands of petty offenders. In every city, thousands of cops, corrections officers, and judges make their living arresting and processing petty offenders.

People with a joint in their pockets are arrested every hour of every day, all over America, by the tens of thousands… Half the criminal justice system would be out of business if dope were legalized. You’d see cops on strike holding signs saying, “Bring back our dope!

Dale C. Carson, former Miami police officer (via amphigoryglory)

do you ever whip out your phone ready to call someone and say something way weird as soon as they answer

and you glance at it as it rings and realize its someone you def dont want to call and are like

thechildofstyle:

find someone
who knows
you’re sad
just by the change
of tone in your
voice

be with someone
who loves the
feature that
you hate the most

fall in love with
someone who
looks at you and
knows they don’t
want anyone else

R’J

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bliztedminds:

hipsterthugz:

Tarantino title screens.

every movie is so fucking goooood

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