alleyesonjustice

majiinboo:

  • Do not forget Michael Brown
  • Do not forget how the media dehumanized him and tried to justify his murder
  • Do not forget how peaceful protests were painted as savage riots
  • Do not forget police armed with military grade weapons terrorized and arrested black civilians
  • Do not forget Darren Wilson being awarded over $200,000 in fundraiser donations for murdering an unarmed black child
  • Do not forget that this system was not built to defend us, but to control us
  • Do not forget Ferguson 
themidnightclub

New name, same great taste.

themidnightclub:

wiildfloweriinbloom:

seeingelephants:

When people I follow change their names I always think I got hacked or accidentally followed someone so I want to put it out there that I used to be “youresuchatwat” in case anyone is wondering who the hell is on their dash.  I wanted a new name to reflect my blog’s content more clearly.  

You’re such a fucking twat! Love it.

RIP You’re such a twat. Helo Ellies!

Oh!! I was wondering when I followed you!! Lol

wiildfloweriinbloom

wiildfloweriinbloom:

freethecetaceans:

wiildfloweriinbloom:

bathe-the-whales:

I’m getting so fucking sick of these “pit bulls are monsters!” comments all over the fucking internet, even though I should be used to them by now.

I love dogs, pit bulls aren’t monsters toward people but I’ve seen many instances against other dogs…they have a bad…

The thing I’ve learned with working in a vet clinic is that it isn’t the breed. I personally have the biggest problem with Chihuahuas, because they’re NEVER trained properly and I end up with bites all over my hands and face every time I go to work because of the stupid little fucks. Never has anyone I work with been bitten by a pit at my clinic and those are the two most common dogs we get in being as where I live they’re the most popular. Yes, backyard breeding is out of control (for all dogs). But the problem with Pitts is that they aren’t easy to socialize because people are unwilling to let their dog around them and they are a pretty temperamental breed. The other issue is that since pitts have a worse bite than a chihuahua or something, those incidents get reported while attacks by smaller breeds just..don’t. That’s just my opinion and it’s a huge problem for any dog to not be socialized well, because that’s how they get these reputations.

I’m aware they are nice to people…but you’re right they’re not socialized with dogs at all. It sucks but unfortunately my dog has already been attacked quite a few times and he’s a very well socialized dog, he gets along with every dog he meets with the exception of pitbulls and I can no longer take the risk. Isn’t that sad? This cycle will go on forever.

very sad, and it is really unfortunate cuz they are just more difficult to socialize so people don’t bother doing it. Or they don’t think it matters. And then bad shit happens with other dogs and it really is just never ending. 

wiildfloweriinbloom

wiildfloweriinbloom:

bathe-the-whales:

I’m getting so fucking sick of these “pit bulls are monsters!” comments all over the fucking internet, even though I should be used to them by now.

I love dogs, pit bulls aren’t monsters toward people but I’ve seen many instances against other dogs…they have a bad…

The thing I’ve learned with working in a vet clinic is that it isn’t the breed. I personally have the biggest problem with Chihuahuas, because they’re NEVER trained properly and I end up with bites all over my hands and face every time I go to work because of the stupid little fucks. Never has anyone I work with been bitten by a pit at my clinic and those are the two most common dogs we get in being as where I live they’re the most popular. Yes, backyard breeding is out of control (for all dogs). But the problem with Pitts is that they aren’t easy to socialize because people are unwilling to let their dog around them and they are a pretty temperamental breed. The other issue is that since pitts have a worse bite than a chihuahua or something, those incidents get reported while attacks by smaller breeds just..don’t. That’s just my opinion and it’s a huge problem for any dog to not be socialized well, because that’s how they get these reputations.

bathe-the-whales

Anonymous asked:

Can you explain to me what's happening in the cove? I don't have a clue what you're talking about :(

bathe-the-whales answered:

I deeply encourage you to watch The Cove (link for free viewing there; believe it’s also available on Netflix; I would not recommend it for the faint of heart)

Basically, in short, the dolphin slaughters in Taiji, Japan happen every year from September to April. Few dolphins are sold to marine parks while the rest of them are brutally slaughtered in a place simply known as The Cove and their meat is sold for consumption, though there is little to no demand for dolphin/whale meat today (it is also very high in mercury levels). While Japan has been condemned numerous times for the slaughter, it still continues today because of the demand for captive cetaceans.

Read More:
Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians
Save Japans Dolphins
Oceanic Preservation Society
Ric o’ Barry’s Dolphin Project
Wikipedia

The cove is not on Netflix, unless you pay for the DVD rental. You can also rent it on Amazon or the official version on youtube For $1.99. Out of the two I recommend the youtube one bc you don’t need an account and it;s cheaper than Amazon