Anonymous asked: Not only do I like your blog (haha I found it) but I also am OBSESSED with you secretly. Ok here we go.. I got this idea from a Tumblr spam I got once lol.. I think you like me too and you were always too shy to admit it :3 go to crushmatches(dõt)com (wtf it wont let me link regular) and make an account there. Then look up the profile 'gottagetme19' (me obviously) I left body pictures.. if you can guess who I am hit me up and we'll hang soon. You need a C C but its free
You’re as bad as lolsummer69 (just keep away!). I’ve seen you make the circuit already, you know. Do you really think people are gullible enough to believe this bullshit. I mean, honestly, I know you’re just some dude scratching out a living by acting as some androgynous and faceless and grey person, shilling your little porn site.
It’d be really sad if it wasn’t so pathetic. And, on top of that, you’ve sent this message to a tumblr I haven’t used in MONTHS!
Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all. Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature. — Helen Keller.
Those who hoot with the owl at night cannot soar with the eagles in the morning. — author unknown
All our dreams can come true - if we have the courage to pursue them! — author unknown
Life is what happens to us while we are making other plans. — Thomas La Mance
Alaina Giordano was diagnosed with breast cancer three and half years ago. That was bad.
This is worse: On April 25th, a judge in North Carolina used Alaina’s cancer as a key reason to transfer custody of her 5-year-old son and 11-year-old daughter to her ex-husband (a man Alaina describes as “abusive” and who lives more than 700 miles away).
This is happening even though Alaina says her kids “know that I have cancer, they know that I go for treatment once a month now, they know that it’s stable. They know me as mom, and it doesn’t affect our daily life.”
She has just two weeks to appeal, and her hope is that a huge outcry from the public and local elected officials can help reverse the decision.
Thankfully, that outcry is growing quickly. A petition started by Alaina’s sister Lauren has more than 7,000 signatures, Alaina was interviewed on Good Morning America and the Today Show, and media throughout North Carolina and the U.S. are now covering the injustice.
But time is short, and the wrong outcome here sets a dangerous precedent for mothers and fathers with cancer or other serious diseases. Please sign Lauren’s petition asking that Alaina Giordano’s breast cancer not be used as a reason to take away her kids:
There never was a good war or a bad peace. — author unknown
A stockbroker urged me to buy a stock that would triple its value every year. I told him, “At my age, I don’t even buy green bananas. — Claude D. Pepper
When you plan to get even with someone, you are only getting that person to continue to hurt you. — author unknown
Captain Canuck — new and improved Jack Layton edition.