Girl Maces Dude For Being Rude (by RuthlessTelevison)
That arrogant piece of shit cracker got what he deserved.
If a woman can be blamed for getting assaulted just for walking down the street, a man sure as fuck deserves the blame for provoking the shit out of a woman. It’s just mace, less than a kick to the nuts.
This reblog is dedicated to all the arrogant asshole White boys who randomly ruin my evenings out in this fucking city.
OMG I AM SCREAMING RIGHT NOW
"SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED"
And omg the CLERK when that asshole fuck started laughing at her did you see his face like:
Listen to the cashier at the end, dude. He’s like, you might wanna go to the bathroom and rinse your eyes out, lmfao!!
"HAVE A GOOD DAY" and she took her time she didn’t rush to get out of there she looked into the camera on bold SHE. DOES. NOT. PLAY.
whatever, she gave him fair warning.
He had it coming. LMFAO
This is beautiful
This post gets ALL THE MUFFINS! ^_^
This is precisely why I don’t carry pepper spray.
Because given how people here behave I’d be constantly buying new cans.
he ignored all the warning signs.
the clap of the hands was the decree…she had already committed herself to popping off
he should have stopped before she squared off and did the thumb up point. that shit equivalent to a velvet glove slapping a cheek.
the sound of him crashing into the beverage freezer is everything
Just some doe-eyed beeyooties recording some gang vocals, nbd #inschool (at Side Two Studio)
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"Here’s how it works: Under Texas law, the governor can call as many 'special' 30-day voting sessions as he wants, to deal with one or more specific pieces of legislation of his or her choosing. During these special sessions, only a simple majority is needed to put a bill to vote, instead of the more commonly used two-thirds majority. The two-thirds rule, as [Political Science Professor at Rice University Mark] Jones explains, generally ‘keeps the GOP from moving too far to the right’ during the regular voting process.
In the special session that just ended, the abortion bill did not reach the state Senate floor until the final day, thanks to stalling maneuvers mounted by Texas Democrats. This meant that Davis only had to filibuster the session for the final 11 hours of the session it took to kill the bill. But Jones predicts that an identical bill introduced in a new special session would have more than enough support to pass in the state House and Senate. And it could hit the Senate floor weeks before the session ends. With the Legislature’s tough rules about filibusters—a lawmaker using that tactic must remain standing and on-topic, and resist the urge to go to the bathroom—it would be impossible for a person to filibuster the measure for that long. Jones says that he expects Perry to call another special session to deal with the controversial abortion bill: ‘I therefore expect legislation similar to SB 5, though perhaps with some modifications, to reach Gov. Perry’s desk in July.’”
patriarchy is when a man who has admitted that he tried to kill his ex-girlfriend (but refuses to call this domestic violence), who has previously slept with his students (but explains this away as “pre-sobriety” behaviour), who generally writes from the persepective of his penis (“he wants to jizz on your face, but not why you think” is but one of his articles arguing that whatever men want sexually is good for women and even feminist), who calls women sluts and online-harasses women (including women of colour) who criticise him, - insists on calling himself a feminist, is a woman-studies professor, quotes from him like this gets 5k notes while plenty of women say the same thing and don’t get as big an audience.
Joan proceeded to get herself booked, solo, on a local TV show. The afternoon it was scheduled to be shown, she asked Bob Aldrich if she could watch it at work. “Bob Aldrich had a portable TV brought to the soundstage,” said Bob Gary. [script supervisor] “We all sat around this big oval table to watch the show. There was a chair for Joan, and one for Bette, and in between them Bette placed a chair for her Baby Jane doll. When the show began, Bette got up and went to a corner of the room where a phonograph was set up. As soon as Joan appeared on the TV, Bette turned on the phonograph and began to play her Baby Jane song (“I’ve Written a Letter to Daddy”). While Joan was trying to watch herself on TV, Bette was dancing and singing in the corner, as loud as she could.
On May 9 Bette and Joan met in Hollywood to sign their contracts. Sitting at a table and posing for pictures, Bette managed to grab the best position. She sat in the far right chair, which meant that, when the photos’ captions were read from left to right, her name would be first. Joan, wise to this old trick, then stood up behind and to the left of Bette, ensuring that her name would be first in those shots.
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A sad fact widely known
The most impassioned song
To a lonely soul
Is so easily outgrown
But don’t forget the songs that saved your life
Yes, you’re older now
And you’re a clever swine
But they were the only ones who
ever stood by you