It's Happening

Blog Post by missy

First Texas

Then North Carolina

Now Ohio

Fuck. This is not about abortion this is about putting women in their place.

This aggression will not stand.

How can we help?

xoxo

-missy

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littlejohn22:
it is all about control. I am really worried about your country and ours too as we seem to follow. The dollar and God
hellfyre420:
John Kasich is a piece of shit. I wouldn't put it past him to sign this. I have made numerous calls to his office voicing my disgust with this bill, reminding him that my body is MY BUSINESS! Others should do the same, no matter what state you live in! Here's the idiot's phone number .....ย 614-466-3555.

Little survey :)

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Love this Blog Post idea by @CAMY, something more about me ;)


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๐Ÿ’ hair color: Brown and blond for the moment ^^

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๐Ÿ food: I love food in general ^^ can't say what a prefer :p

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littlejohn22:
love this
sxeforlife:
Get The Shot!!!!

makeup & beauty

Discuss any topic related to making your appearance the best it can be. From skin care to makeup to stress relief to nutrition to surgical techniques.

Hey there everyone! Hope you all are fabulous ๐Ÿ˜‰

@rambo @missy

It's only Wednesday which means only two more days until the weekend. We can do it! I believe in you ๐Ÿ˜˜

Today was an epic day! I received my first birthday / Christmas present from a close work friend!

I know it's only 15 days away until I've rotated around the earth again but...
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stg7602:
Happy almost-birthday!

Christmas Wishlist

Blog Post by mixi

Hello SG! Christmas is coming soon! and It is probably my favorite holiday.

I enjoy giving and helping others this time of year. I also love that I get to see my family. I hope everyone's holiday will be super! Here is what is on my Christmas list:

Fist thing, everyone who knows my well knows how much I LOVE Tina Belcher from Bob...
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Suicidegirls Magazine: No. 3

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Hot off the presses and first debuted at Comic-con 2014, the Suicidegirls Magazine No. 3 is now available in the SG Shop! This periodical features full color nude photos of your favorite models, articles, and much much more!

eyeswideshut

To exercise our historical brain cellswhat do my fellow history buffs consider to be the most significant event of the 20th century? Which event had the most effect, or changed the course of 20th century history?

For me, I would go with World War One, the Great War. This war ...

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oldsamurai:

@gottschalk03 That's a very valid point. But I would claim that the most important events in human history were the one's that sparked humanity's transitions into different periodical "eras". I'm referring to the 'Bronze era', 'Iron era', 'Industrial era', and would claim that computers have kicked us into a new 'Technological' or 'Digital' period.

gottschalk03:

@oldsamurai - sure, and I don't really see this as a point to debate. It's more a matter of subjective viewpoints. The trap in the question is that it asks what's "most significant" but doesn't specify "most significant TO WHAT." What we choose to call significant is a subjective call, depending on what we're interested in looking at. Doing your periodization by successive dominant technologies is fine if that's how you want to periodize. There's no particular reason an historian might not prefer to periodize some other way, by social structures or forms of political organization or cultural/religious belief systems, instead.

The question also doesn't specify what constitutes an "event." For instance, does the "Industrial Revolution" constitute an "event?" It's a blanket term for processes engaging millions of people in multiple countries over a period of a 150 years or more. Is ALL that together one "event?" Or is the "event" the day that Fulton submitted his patent for the steam engine? Or some other moment in the bigger phenomenon? How concretely or how vaguely are we allowed to use the term?

So with your candidate - not to deny it, but just to explore it - what is the "event" that constitutes the "dawn" of the computer? The abacus? The installation of the first Torpedo Data Computer on a submarine in 1938? The first electrical computer in 1939 or ENIAC in 1945 (you see why, if WWII is discrete enough to count as an "event," it actually includes a lot of computer milestones)? Or the commercial availability of home computers starting in the late 70s? You can, if you wish, sweep it all together broadly as one big "event," but if you break it down item by item it's hard to say any one item is more significant than, I don't know, the dropping of the Atomic Bomb or the Russian Revolution or fall of the Berlin Wall. Like I say, it's a subjective matter.

about me

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๐Ÿ“ Height: 1,61 cm sorry if you thought I was tall, I'm not :(

โณ Age: 26 years

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๐Ÿ Food: Peanut butter / fries / apples / coffee and tea.

โฐ Favorite
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eartharena:
awesome, i love it...
clem:
Oh mais cette photo c'est l'amour quoi โค

world of warcraft

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I will never let a friend move in with me for free. If you happened to read my blog homework from a few back then you might understand this blog better.

Long story short is I let a very good friend of around 9ish or so years move into my moms house with me...I guess I should say I had the idea and my
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diamant:
Unfortunately it happens more often than not. :(ย 
captain_midnight:
The thing that sucks is that you never know how its going to work out when you decide to extend a helping hand to a friend. Sometimes it works out great, sometimes they take advantage. You're definitely the better person for having done it though.