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I’m going to get a sleeve of tattoos dedicated to the Microsoft Zune

kayla whatever happened to your zune? 

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You are loved just for being who you are, just for existing. You don’t have to do anything to earn it. Your shortcomings, your lack of self-esteem, physical perfection, or social and economic success - none of that matters. No one can take this love away from you, and it will always be here.

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Ethnic names that I get mixed up:



Paul Ryan

Rand Paul

Ron Paul

Ayn Rand

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Anonymous: "how often do you have sex?"


How often is your dad “working late”?

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giving oral sex is better than receiving sometimes idk man

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to all the white people (that i blocked because no one asked you) there is a such thing as racism in the NFL

since you guys like to equate animals to humans… PRIME EXAMPLE

Ben Roethlisberger vs Michael Vick….. Mike spent a year in prison while Ben (who raped women!!) was suspended for ONLY 4 GAMES!!!!

MORE RECENTLY….. Josh Gordon was suspended for an entire year for weed while Matt Prater (alcohol) and Wes Welker (steroids) were only suspended for 4 games….

The list goes on

I think the race paradigm in the NFL could easily be defined this way: black players make up roughly a majority of the players, but only two or three starting quarterbacks, and the more popular or “important” the position, the less likely you are to see a black man in that position. There also are significantly fewer black coaches, black telecasters - despite making the majority of players, they aren’t the face of the game. It’s odd. It’s kinda strange that this sport sees many many black athletes and yet it’s mostly white men doing the talking, and that isn’t to disparage those white players - they’re good. But there really isn’t a lot of reason we shouldn’t see the leadership reflect the player base. 

Or, look at injuries. When Aaron Rodgers, Tony Romo, or Ben Roethlisberger (or however you spell his name) is injured, it’s a big deal. But Cam Newton, one of the few black quarterbacks, has been out the start of the season and isn’t confirmed to come back any time soon, trying to heal his ribs. We haven’t heard of him as much, and the Panthers have quickly become a top tier team (we’re still the best in division though, #whodat). Why? Maybe it’s not explicit, but there’s something going on. You can’t deny that. 

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