celticrose

celticrose


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Kitty in a sweater 2 comments
celticrose · 6 hours ago
That's a tube sock, or was, prekitten.
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Who ever hurt their mom, go die! 7 comments
celticrose · 7 hours ago
Hand feeding, bottle feeding with synthetic kitten formula.
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Lucifer! 4 comments
celticrose · 7 hours ago
I do love this show.
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How not to talk to girls 6 comments
celticrose · 12 hours ago
They drew over their name.
Crocodile zoo 4 comments
celticrose · 14 hours ago
That name is pure brilliance
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How not to talk to girls 6 comments
celticrose · 14 hours ago
That persona obviously doesn't appreciate a great pun. Good riddance.
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The dolly zoom effecf 12 comments
celticrose · 14 hours ago
I think the most recognizable usage of this effect, at least for for, was in Jaws, when they use to zoom in on Chief Brody after the shark attacks.
Mike the Headless chicken lived 18 months after decapitation. 1945-1947 6 comments
celticrose · 14 hours ago
The cut also missed the jugular, so he didn't bleed out. The farmer who had intended to have him for dinner ended up taking care of him, feeding him with a dropper and small corn pellets
It's not stupid if it works 8 comments
celticrose · 18 hours ago
Aesthetic reasons. Also so people don't realize the place is held together by glue and tape
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Mike the Headless chicken lived 18 months after decapitation. 1945-1947 6 comments
celticrose · 18 hours ago
The title clearly warned you. Hope you weren't having chicken
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Where do we get this box?? 13 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
It may be one of those international snack boxes you can subscribe to.
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Discussion in comments? 31 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
Never said he was evil, specifically said he thought it was harmless. The problem is that he grabbed me in the first place. I honestly don't understand how that isn't obvious. No one should put there hands on someone else without permission, especially a stranger (with the obvious exceptions of emergencies). It's the first thing we are tought in kindergarten, keep your hands to yourself, respect the personal bubble. Why is this a hard concept?
It's not stupid if it works 8 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
When you want it to look good, but can't be bothered to spend time and money.
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It's a real Facebook page 6 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
Just search ups dogs on Facebook. Thats the page name
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Henry Behrens, the world’s then smallest man, dancing with his cat, 1956 6 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
There aren't many records due to the time period. He was lucky not to be in a freak show, literally.
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Discussion in comments? 31 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
So not the same thing. Attitude and actions are two very different things.
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celticrose · 1 day ago
It's not even that he didn't apologize, its that he thought it was okay to do in the first place. Why would a guy think it was okay to geab a cashier doing her job? A woman he doesn't know.
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celticrose · 1 day ago
When he assaulted me he was registered in a town 200 miles away, but no one bothered to verify that information. He had been living in my complex for several months with his girlfriend and her KIDS.
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celticrose · 1 day ago
Olay, how about the multitude of examples where rapists get off with a slap on the wrist, if they are ever even brought to trial, and there are countless, I assure you.
Cass in point: Broke Turner was convicted of sexual assault and he served less time than Martha Stewart did for insider trading.
Or the case where a Montana teacher was given a whole month after having a sexual relationship with his 14 year old student who ended up killing herself over it, because the judge stated "The girl was older than her chronological age." Now, I will say, that sentence was overturned and he was given a heftier one, but the fact remains there is still that mindset.
I was extremely lucky, my rapist got life because it was his 3rd offense, but it shouldn't have happened to begin with. His first offense was his 12 year old daughter. He was convicted and ended up back out. He raped another woman, was convicted, sentenced and ended up out on parole. cont.
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celticrose · 1 day ago
THAT is the problem, that mindset. He didn't mean to cause harm, but he did. Where else in life would he NOT be expected to apologize? If he broke a dish, he would apologize, even if he accidentally knocked into someone, but not when he grabbed someone with the full intention of scaring her.
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celticrose · 1 day ago
It doesn't say all men, it says if they think they are guilty. That firmly puts it on the individual.
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celticrose · 1 day ago
But the point is, he had no business coming up and grabbing a strange young woman. Regardless of intent, he had no right to touch me without concent. If I were chocking or something along those lines, by all means, but not like that.
Pregnancy test 3 comments
celticrose · 1 day ago
I'm not sure which is scarier
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celticrose · 1 day ago
And I want to make something clear, when I said let's not make this about men, I was referring to this specific post, not the entire Hollywood scandal. I think it is incredibly important for people to realize there are actors as well as actresses who were victimized. Even Terry Crews, who is a huge hulking figure of masculinity has come out and admitted her was harassed and didn't dare argue for fear of reprisals and loss of jobs. But this specific post is referring to men addressing women, so I stated it should remain that way,
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celticrose · 1 day ago
Are you being intentionally obtuse? That is referring to male domestic violence victims, which yes, is highly under reported, but in no way are women higher than men across the world. To address your first statement, yes, women have it a lot easier in the USA than most places, but they sure as hell are not "above men in almost every way in most civilized countries", though I suppose that depends on your definition of "civilized" and "above". If that were the case why is it that female children are so often killed or abandoned in China and India. I'm not even going to address the middle East and Africa where female circumcision is still practiced illegally but commonly, as are child brides. As for your harassment being casualized, how about the fact that society thinks it's totally normal for a guy to come up to a woman he barely knows, if at all, and put his arm around her? Why are girls forced to conform to strict dress codes in school because they could be a distraction to the boys?