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Chuck. 28. Skateboarding. Craft beer. Whiskey. Literature. Women. Politics. Philly. Music. Sports. Weed. Sarcasm. Film. Bukowski. And a bunch of stupid internet shit. Enjoy. Or don't.

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the-goddamazon:

chocolateanddimples:

dash-ketchum:

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baital:

patrickthomson:

this is your periodic reminder that old-timey medicines did not fuck around

One Night of ceasing to give a single fuck about anything, let alone a cough.
NyQuil’s got nothing on this shit.

Omg and it was a compound? What other ingredients did you have to mix it with?! THAT wasn’t enough?!

that One Night will be your LAST night fuck around wit this shit dawg

Lol “skillfully combined with a handful of other ingredients”

These niggas said “fuck a cough” and “fuck everything”.

NIGHT NIGHT MOTHERFUCKER


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aestheticrequiem:

the-goddamazon:

chocolateanddimples:

dash-ketchum:

yet—another—url:

baital:

patrickthomson:

this is your periodic reminder that old-timey medicines did not fuck around

One Night of ceasing to give a single fuck about anything, let alone a cough.

NyQuil’s got nothing on this shit.

Omg and it was a compound? What other ingredients did you have to mix it with?! THAT wasn’t enough?!

that One Night will be your LAST night fuck around wit this shit dawg

Lol “skillfully combined with a handful of other ingredients”

These niggas said “fuck a cough” and “fuck everything”.

NIGHT NIGHT MOTHERFUCKER

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Anonymous asked: do you have any words of advice for your followers? :3

foolsgoldd:

do whatever you want, in a few hundred years no one is going to give a fuck anyway

peace

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mcdamnright:

What do people even do with Bachelor degrees?


Usually bartend or wait tables while paying off astronomical school loans. I was thinking about going back to school for a while, but it’s honestly just not worth it at this point. I’ll be 31 in August, and I’d basically have to start from scratch. I might not like my job very much, but it pays as well as, if not more than, a lot of jobs requiring a degree and I’m not saddled with 50K or upwards of debt. Plus the economy is beyond fucked, and you basically need a post grad degree to even have a shit at landing a job in your proffered field, bc everyone and their mother has a bachelors nowadays. A bachelors degree is basically a $100,000 piece of paper that’s worthless.

mcdamnright:

What do people even do with Bachelor degrees?

Usually bartend or wait tables while paying off astronomical school loans.

I was thinking about going back to school for a while, but it’s honestly just not worth it at this point. I’ll be 31 in August, and I’d basically have to start from scratch. I might not like my job very much, but it pays as well as, if not more than, a lot of jobs requiring a degree and I’m not saddled with 50K or upwards of debt. Plus the economy is beyond fucked, and you basically need a post grad degree to even have a shit at landing a job in your proffered field, bc everyone and their mother has a bachelors nowadays.

A bachelors degree is basically a $100,000 piece of paper that’s worthless.

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vicemag:

Animals Can Consent to Sex with Humans, Claims Human Accused of Running Animal Brothel
In April 2010, ex-cocaine smuggler Douglas Spink briefly dominated headlines when police raided his property in Whatcom County, Washington. Inside, they found a Welsh tourist making use of what the press has since described as an animal brothel, replete with tail-less mice covered in Vaseline. Overnight, Spink became the poster boy for the bizarre, brutal world of bestiality.
But according to Spink and journalist Carreen Maloney—whose upcoming book, Uniquely Dangerous, deals with his case—that’s not quite how things went down. Maloney believes, based on court records, that the Vaseline mice, for instance, were a fabrication created by the local Humane Society, and Spink says the ordeal is a manifestation of a bigoted assault on him for being an outspoken defender of heterospecies relationships, sometimes known as zoophilia.
Spink doesn’t consider himself just another animal fucker. He describes himself as a counter-surveillance researcher (at Baneki Privacy Labs), a heterospecies writer and thinker, and species equality activist who cut his teeth in frontline direct action in the 1990s with Earth First. 
VICE recently spoke to Spink, in the final stretch of his current sentence, about his views on heterospecies identity, zoophobic bigotry, and our revilement of inter-species intimacy as a natural result of human solipsism and aggressively ecocidal policies.
VICE: First off, are you OK with being called a zoophile, or do you use a different term?Douglas Spink: I tend to use “heterospecies” rather than “zoophile.” I see it as the difference between calling someone a faggot and calling them gay.
I do not think that I’m terribly good as a categorical representative of heterospeciesists or any particular class. I’m a bit of an outlier, even in the communities where I feel most at home. A BASE-jumping, Chicago MBA-carrying, counter-surveillance tech-developing Asperger’s-diagnosed oddball. Proudly so.
I have chosen a path of dissent from the default zoophobic stance in our current social sphere, and as a result I’ve been targeted and imprisoned. It’s a thought crime issue, not an action-based issue. My words are considered criminal, and enormous effort has been expended to censor me.
Can you tell me how you first got engaged in heterospecies identities and issues?I was raised in a horse-centric environment, having learned to ride at age two. I was (and am) able to empathetically understand things from the horse’s perspective. In biology class, I was presented with some counter-intuitive claims of “facts that were decidedly incongruent with what I knew from my firsthand immersion alongside equine companions, like “Animals were devoid of any interest in sex or sexuality, and bred purely based on instinct.”
As a young teenager, I was able to learn about the (then new) horrors of factory farming from nonprofits like PETA. I became a lifelong (if imperfect) vegetarian, and my interest in activist work in support of non-human wellbeing kicked into high gear. Bring those threads together, and you get the question of heterospecies relations between humans and nonhumans.
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vicemag:

Animals Can Consent to Sex with Humans, Claims Human Accused of Running Animal Brothel

In April 2010, ex-cocaine smuggler Douglas Spink briefly dominated headlines when police raided his property in Whatcom County, Washington. Inside, they found a Welsh tourist making use of what the press has since described as an animal brothel, replete with tail-less mice covered in Vaseline. Overnight, Spink became the poster boy for the bizarre, brutal world of bestiality.

But according to Spink and journalist Carreen Maloney—whose upcoming book, Uniquely Dangerous, deals with his case—that’s not quite how things went down. Maloney believes, based on court records, that the Vaseline mice, for instance, were a fabrication created by the local Humane Society, and Spink says the ordeal is a manifestation of a bigoted assault on him for being an outspoken defender of heterospecies relationships, sometimes known as zoophilia.

Spink doesn’t consider himself just another animal fucker. He describes himself as a counter-surveillance researcher (at Baneki Privacy Labs), a heterospecies writer and thinker, and species equality activist who cut his teeth in frontline direct action in the 1990s with Earth First. 

VICE recently spoke to Spink, in the final stretch of his current sentence, about his views on heterospecies identity, zoophobic bigotry, and our revilement of inter-species intimacy as a natural result of human solipsism and aggressively ecocidal policies.

VICE: First off, are you OK with being called a zoophile, or do you use a different term?
Douglas Spink: I tend to use “heterospecies” rather than “zoophile.” I see it as the difference between calling someone a faggot and calling them gay.

I do not think that I’m terribly good as a categorical representative of heterospeciesists or any particular class. I’m a bit of an outlier, even in the communities where I feel most at home. A BASE-jumping, Chicago MBA-carrying, counter-surveillance tech-developing Asperger’s-diagnosed oddball. Proudly so.

I have chosen a path of dissent from the default zoophobic stance in our current social sphere, and as a result I’ve been targeted and imprisoned. It’s a thought crime issue, not an action-based issue. My words are considered criminal, and enormous effort has been expended to censor me.

Can you tell me how you first got engaged in heterospecies identities and issues?
I was raised in a horse-centric environment, having learned to ride at age two. I was (and am) able to empathetically understand things from the horse’s perspective. In biology class, I was presented with some counter-intuitive claims of “facts that were decidedly incongruent with what I knew from my firsthand immersion alongside equine companions, like “Animals were devoid of any interest in sex or sexuality, and bred purely based on instinct.”

As a young teenager, I was able to learn about the (then new) horrors of factory farming from nonprofits like PETA. I became a lifelong (if imperfect) vegetarian, and my interest in activist work in support of non-human wellbeing kicked into high gear. Bring those threads together, and you get the question of heterospecies relations between humans and nonhumans.

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FREEDOM

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