brainstatic:

My favorite Harry Potter character was the Sorting Hat. His job was to learn people’s secrets and then judge them.

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1 day ago 134,295 notes

From earlier 🍰🍰🍰🍰

2 days ago

#Selfiesunday on the boat!

2 days ago 1 note

Checking out this beautiful city in a few weeks for a possible wedding venue. At the #hhof of course ❤️👰💏 #toronto

3 days ago 2 notes

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3 days ago 5,669 notes

What did YOU do this morning? #sushiflow @down2vibe (at Costco)

3 days ago

aerienette:

。.⋆:*☽~Goddess Bless~☾*:⋆.。

5 days ago 187 notes

wearethefuckingused:

im surprised no one has ever punched me in the face

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5 days ago 447,038 notes

pleasestopbeingsad:

things life is too short for:
- hating yourself
- pretending to laugh at “jokes” that are actually just bigoted statements
- not singing along to your favorite songs
- waiting hours to text someone back just to look cool
- bad coffee
- bad books
- mean people
- body shaming
- letting other people dictate your life
- larry’s storyline

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Yay get to see this face for two more years. Thanks buddy!!!!!!!!! #ROR

6 days ago

Appeals Court Strikes Down Subsidies In Federal Health Exchange

millennialeconomist:

So let’s do a thought experiment here. You are a legislator. Your overarching duty is to do what is best for your constituents, the people who elected you. However, you and the majority of your constituents oppose Obamacare. So you vote to not expand medaid and not take any Federal subsidies to aid those looking for insurance in your state. What has just happened is you have effectively harmed your constituents out of spite. If you were to expand Medicaid and take Federal subsidies, which are funds already paid for and available, you aid your constituents looking for healthcare. And trust me, in every state there is someone looking for healthcare.

What amazes me is these legislators are elected time and time again. It seems that the majority who oppose Obamacare would rather cut off its nose to spite it’s face. A glaring example being Mississippi, the poorest state in the US:

The impact would be much larger in some states — Mississippi, one of the poorest states, saw 94 percent of exchange enrollees qualify for subsidies.

The rational play here is to accept the subsidies, help your constituents, but work on changing Obamacare, or outright appealing it if need be, at the legislative level. I realize that the opposition doesn’t want Obamacare to gain a foothold, thus making it more difficult to unravel, but that ship has sailed. Like John Boehner said, Obamacare is now the law of the land. It will remain that way until at least 2016.

1 week ago 1 note

Blonde is über sexy #actionshot CC: @msbanana17

1 week ago 3 notes

GREE ARCADE GAMES?!?

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