diarrheaworldstarhiphop:

damnaveragesheep:

stripperina:

rachellgmh:

I love that these ladies basically sent these dudes howlers.

At work the other day, a customer tried to take a photo of myself and another dancer, which is explicitly against the rules of our club. I grabbed his phone out of his hand, deleted the pics, and then proceeded to text his parent’s mobile number a message that basically said “I’m at the stripclub and I tried to sneak a picture so now strippers have stolen my phone and are letting you so you know that I’m bad at respecting club rules.”

dude

Telling their mothers is probably the most effective way of dealing with this and putting into the context their behaviour. To imagine how they would feel had some man done their same actions to their own mother, as if to see the rage from their victim instead channeled to them from their own mother, who is very likely the woman they respect most in life. Damn, I love this.

Today on Shit I Made Up On the Internet for Attention: I Make More Shit Up

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We tortured some folks.

President Barack Obama (via officialssay)

what a chill president, so nonchalant

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Anonymous asked:
uhhhhm how can you be an anarchist AND a capitalist??? isn't that an oxymoron? lmao

No.


sapient-wartortle:

libertarianloki:

So is being anti-capitalist the new trend among liberal teenagers or..?

Pretty much

It’s been the trend for a long time. It’s not new. Che Guevara shirts and a copy of the communist manifesto have long been required materials for self-labeled non-conformist teenagers for decades.

monobeartheater:

the stars on the american flag are actually asterisks for all the restrictions on the freedom it boasts

rtamerica:

White House accidentally leaks post-9/11 CIA torture report findings

When the CIA first began using its controversial interrogation and detention methods after the September 11th attacks, it reportedly declined to tell the Secretary of State and other American ambassadors about its actions.

The revelation comes from the Senate’s still-unreleased report scrutinizing the United States’ post-9/11 interrogation techniques, and first came to the public’s attention Wednesday when the White House unintentionally emailed a document detailing the findings to an Associated Press reporter.

The report – parts of which could be declassified by the White House in the coming days – also apparently found that some of the ambassadors who were briefed on the CIA’s activity were told not to notify their superiors in the State Department. One congressional official confirmed to the AP that these findings are documented in the Senate’s report, while a former CIA official said then-Secretary of State Colin Powell may not have known about the agency’s techniques when they first started using them.

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