first i’ve posted in awhile. my internet at home got cut off a month ago and i’ve had to go to mcdonalds or other places that have free wifi just to check email and stuff. anyways, still without a job and broke but i’ll try not to neglect tumblr as much . 

thecrashingdownofhollowyears
dysfunctionalqueer:

proudly-pro-choice:

shootinthebulltx:

Over 1 millions children are killed every year in elective abortions, almost 50,000 of them after 16 weeks. Now let’s talk about how to best save their lives. #abortion #forthechildrenhttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/7zhv/536a421d

I really just love pro-life logic.
Why help those who have been born when we can stick our noses into other people’s private health care matters? Lets try to get them to keep their pregnancies! We can go back to ignoring them after they give birth.
Yeah, makes total sense, right?

You want to save children?
How about we start with the 397,000 in foster care in the U.S. and give them loving, permanent homes? x
Or the 1.5 million homeless children in america? X
Or the 16.2 million children who are going hungry in america? X
Or the 18,900,000 children who are refuges, running from violence in their homelands? X
Or the 6 million children in the U.S. alone who are abused each year? X
Or the 1.2 million children who are trafficked, sold as slaves, usually sexual slaves, each year? X
Oh, no, let’s start with the non-sentient fetuses that can’t feel pain, or know what’s going on. 
Let’s ignore these millions and millions of living, breathing children who are living through hell right now. 

whatever your opinion is on abortions, it doesnt negate all the facts that are brought up in the last comment. 

dysfunctionalqueer:

proudly-pro-choice:

shootinthebulltx:

Over 1 millions children are killed every year in elective abortions, almost 50,000 of them after 16 weeks. Now let’s talk about how to best save their lives. #abortion #forthechildren

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/7zhv/536a421d

I really just love pro-life logic.

Why help those who have been born when we can stick our noses into other people’s private health care matters? Lets try to get them to keep their pregnancies! We can go back to ignoring them after they give birth.

Yeah, makes total sense, right?

You want to save children?

How about we start with the 397,000 in foster care in the U.S. and give them loving, permanent homes? x

Or the 1.5 million homeless children in america? X

Or the 16.2 million children who are going hungry in america? X

Or the 18,900,000 children who are refuges, running from violence in their homelands? X

Or the 6 million children in the U.S. alone who are abused each year? X

Or the 1.2 million children who are trafficked, sold as slaves, usually sexual slaves, each year? X

Oh, no, let’s start with the non-sentient fetuses that can’t feel pain, or know what’s going on. 

Let’s ignore these millions and millions of living, breathing children who are living through hell right now. 

whatever your opinion is on abortions, it doesnt negate all the facts that are brought up in the last comment. 

Anonymous asked:

Hawkeye!!

Anon- i almost forgot what this was about when i read Hawkeye, then i had to check my previous posts to remember what it was about. lol.

anyways, i cant really recall many second chance, it’s something i dont usually get. i do recall though that at one of my previous jobs i worked at a call center that did work with Geek Squad, and i was fired about 6 months into it because i got caught helping out and elderly woman for free instead of selling her on a $100 over the phone service (all she wanted to do was format her thumb drive to FAT32). anyways, i was let go and less than a week later i got a call from that job, asking me if i’d come back because they needed help. i figured i had some leverage so i got a 50 cents raise to come back and i stayed on for about 3 years there before quitting to go elsewhere.

that was the only second chance i could think of off the top of my head. 

lettspartyx

Marvel Hero Ask-Me [this looks fuuuuuun]

  • Spider-Man: How have you dealt with some of the tragedies in your life?
  • Captain America: What are some things you believe in?
  • Iron Man: Ever had any epiphanies?
  • Thor: Talk about your relationship with your family.
  • Hawkeye: Talk about a time you got a second chance
  • Black Widow: Tell a secret?
  • Captain Marvel: Are you the recipient of a legacy?
  • Ms. Marvel: Talk about something new you're doing.
  • She-Hulk: What keeps you busy?
  • Hulk: How do you feel about being alone?
  • Luke Cage: Talk about when you've been treated unfairly, on a small or large scale.
  • Black Panther: How do you feel about your country?
  • Black Cat: Do you have a code of ethics?
  • Daredevil: What is something others see as a weakness, but you know to be a strength?
  • Doctor Strange: Talk about a moment your life changed paths.
  • Cyclops: What do you worry about?
  • Jean Grey: What is something about yourself you can't control?
  • Storm: What do people look up to you for?
  • Rogue: What makes it hard for people to get close to you?
  • Shadowcat: Talk about growing up.
  • Beast: Favorite book?
  • Nightcrawler: Religious beliefs?
  • Scarlet Witch: What things have you broken?
  • Quicksilver: Who do you feel protective toward?
  • Wolverine: What are things you regret?
  • Mr. Fantastic: How controlling can you be?
  • Invisible Woman: Talk about a process of finding your identity.
  • Human Torch: Can people take you seriously?
  • Thing: Your body-- what are you insecure about? What do you love?
  • Black Bolt: What don't you ever do?
  • Silver Surfer: (Where?) do you want to wander?
  • ... Any others?