Saw these while taking a walk today. #florespondence
watching Seis Manos
DEA Agent on a BiCountry assignment in Mexico looking for the police station: How do you say Police in Mexican?
Shopkeeper: No such thing man.
Shopkeeper: As that language.
DEA Agent: *stares*
Shopkeeper: Fine the word you’re looking for is Cerdo. That’s how you say Police in “Mexican,” Cerdo.
US fascism + ICE, call to action
Never Again ATL, which is quickly becoming one of my favorite antifascist groups, is now offering free career counseling and job search support to ICE workers looking to quit
The site isn't underhanded or accusatory in any way, which I think is important. As awful as it is, there are absolutely ICE workers out there who are just working a job they hate because they have to get by, who don't see a way out. It's in everyone's best interest to help them act on their conscience and walk away
Never Again ATL is calling for a day of repentance on Yom Kippur (from sundown today, 10/8/19, to sundown tomorrow, 10/9/19) and a wave of workers quitting ICE. Please spread this link in whatever channels you have. Put up flyers, spray it on the side of detention centers and ICE offices, email it to random people on LinkedIn with ICE listed as their current employer - whatever you can do
Today I said to myself that my emotions were “out of wack” but then corrected as they are pretty “in wack” considering my recent stressors they just aren’t where I would like them to be.
It’s like my emotional state is a kitchen and I am usually very good at keeping it tidy but then I just had an accident making tomato sauce from scratch and now the kitchen is all dirty and I’ve been slowly cleaning it but I’m worried if I don’t get it all clean soon it’ll start to smell bad.
Does anyone else who can’t afford a therapist just hold imaginary conversations with one in their head when you need to sort out your feelings?
Been doing that a lot lately waiting on the new job to have me sign the contract so I can get my insurance card.
My job is high stress and involves interacting with children. It’s hard on a good day and requires I have full control over my emotional responses. I’ve mostly got the outward stuff handled but I don’t know how much is below that.
Saw these a few weeks ago while at a friend’s 40th birthday party Larp #florespondence
So we're starting up a clothing exchange at Polestar. It's geared specifically for trans people, but anyone is free to participate. The basic premise is that you can come in, get some clothes, and in return, donate some old clothes (or a small amount of cash) if you are able.
Just from the trans group I run we've already gotten 7 trash bags full of clothes. We've got everything, from shawls to prom dresses, muscle tees to shorts. Someone even donated a trans flag.
It honestly makes my heart melt a little bit. Trans people are some of the greatest people in the world. We get stomped on at ever opportunity by society, but we help out each other at every chance we get.
Found this outside my dad’s church when I visited to help with Rise Against Hunger. #florespondence
My tea plant has it’s first flower. #florespondence
@avi the ideal gender is to be attractive to every single gay person and absolutely no straights whatsoever
Was this coworker I met last night flirting with me or was she just being nice?
And if she was flirting what is the best way to say that while I enjoyed the flirtation, I just got out of relationship, and don’t want to mix being “on the rebound” and a workplace romance especially when we are both in our first year as full time employees?
Or should I just shut up, enjoy confidence boost that flirting gave me and not read too much into it?
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