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Don't read if you don't like spoilers. Watch 'Curse Of The 13 Ghost' Not great, not bad either. I appreciate they at least went with 'Maybe Mundane, Maybe Magic' approach at least.
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Repost if you have a heart. Dear bullies, The boy you punched in the hall today? Committed suicide a few minutes ago. That girl you called a slut in class today? She's a virgin. The boy you called lame? He has to work every night to support his family. That girl you pushed down the other day? She is already being abused at home. You think you know them. Guess what, you don't! Re-post this if you are against bullying, but I bet 99% of you won't. Re-post this if you're that 1% with a heart Reposted from AsylusGoji91 (https://www.deviantart.com/asylusgoji91)
Spoilers for RWBY volume 6
I feel like the oncoming Grimm Attack is partially Cordovin’s fault. She allowed her ego to cloud her judgment, in which lead to her ultimate defeat. If she would have listened to her troops and not herself, then maybe she could have buried the hatchet with Calavera and team Oz and they could have teamed up. The Argus troops could rally the citizens to bullheads that would evacuate them to a safer area, Ruby and Co. could take on the smaller Grimm, while Cordovin would take on the Kaiju Grimm. Speaking of that kaiju-like grimm looks like a humanoid Dolphin on steroids (Maybe it's the head, I don't know). PS SUPER satisfying that Adam

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Is there a reason you responded to everyone?
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Sunset Shimmer Capitan Marvel by ngrycritic

Thought you'd like this.
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Not sure if you noticed, but...

Beastars: A Full Moon Heart-to-Heart  
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I did not know and THANK you for telling, cause it looks interesting.
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"The Trump administration has done it again.

Another victory for religious liberty… and life!

Just yesterday I attended the National Day of Prayer at the White House where the President announced that they have finalized a rule to ensure conscience protections for health care professionals.

The new rule ensures that doctors, nurses, and other health care workers will not be forced to violate their conscience by participating in unethical procedures such as abortion, sterilizations, or assisted suicide.

IMPORTANT: Americans want affordable health care. But they also want ethical health care. They don’t want Catholic doctors, nurses and other health care workers driven from the industry because of their refusal to participate in so-called “care” which they consider immoral -- and often unhealthy, too.

But this new rule also underlines a key point: What a difference the presidency makes.

REMEMBER: The Obama administration worked to limit conscience rights for health care professionals at every turn. They rebuffed several efforts to add conscience rights to their health care law -- and actually replaced a robust conscience rule issued by President George W. Bush in favor of a much narrower rule.

Archbishop Joseph Naumann and Archbishop Joseph Kurtz yesterday applauded the new rule: “We strongly commend the Department of Health and Human Services for adopting important new regulations to ensure that existing laws protecting the rights of conscience in health care are known, followed and enforced. Though these laws were passed on a bipartisan basis and have been policy for years, the previous administration did not fully enforce them, and now they are increasingly being violated.”

Not only did the Trump administration reverse the harmful actions of the Obama administration, we are now seeing a restoration of conscience rights and religious liberty for doctors, nurses, and health care workers all over the country.

And it’s not just better policy on paper. The Trump administration is promising to vigorously enforce these conscience protections.

For example...

Hospitals that receive government funding will not be able to fire health care workers who exercise their conscience rights. “Laws prohibiting government funded discrimination against conscience and religious freedom will be enforced like every other civil rights law,” said Roger Severino, director of the Office of Civil Rights for the Department of Health and Human Services.

The Department of Health and Human Services will use robust enforcement tools to investigate complaints and conduct investigations. The agency is empowered to make enforcement referrals to the Justice Department.

And these new rules will apply to the following entities:
Federal agencies, state and local governments receiving federal funds
Public and private health providers that receive funds from HHS
Universities and schools that provide health care training
This is a bold and necessary step to restoring ethical health care across America. And we applaud these executive actions.

But it’s worth remembering that it can all be wiped away by a stroke of a pen -- if the wrong person is elected president next year.

Yesterday was a perfect example of everything that’s at stake in 2020. Planned Parenthood immediately attacked these new conscience protections, which means the Democrats running for president and (seeking their endorsement) will almost certainly attempt to roll them back -- if given the chance.

We’re making so much progress.

It would be tragic to reverse course.

Brian
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... you always use that as a bloody shield to defend you voting for that racist asshat.
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Who hurts you?
What is your job?
What is your home town?
What is your family?

You spend so much time browbeating me, but you never tell me anything about yourself. Talk to me. 
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