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rodack:

RWJ has been trapped inside of a windowless cube for almost 10 years now, the walls, ceiling, and floor are just comic strips, his only contact to the outside world is through a camcorder that automatically uploads his hours of insane, near incoherent ramblings to a cloud storage for a video production company in new york that then severely edits down the footage into something presentable for the front page of youtube

rodack:

RWJ has been trapped inside of a windowless cube for almost 10 years now, the walls, ceiling, and floor are just comic strips, his only contact to the outside world is through a camcorder that automatically uploads his hours of insane, near incoherent ramblings to a cloud storage for a video production company in new york that then severely edits down the footage into something presentable for the front page of youtube

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mtvother:

Chris Pratt isn’t the only star who hit the gym for Guardians of the Galaxy.

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bagmilk:

white people dislike white people more than anyone else

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veebrak:

sigurrossgeller:

it’s tomorrow

we have to save her

veebrak:

sigurrossgeller:

it’s tomorrow

we have to save her

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ruinedchildhood:

Bubbles you little shit

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what handouts do non-republicans expect?? cause like I'm trying to figure it out since you say republicans don't expect handouts (LOLOL) which then means anyone not republican does

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classy-kate:

thegreatmadman:

As the democratic Congressman Chaka Fattah once admitted, “people who are unemployed, [are] not going to be voting for the party who wants to cut their benefits - cut access to food stamps, cut job training.”  In essence, he admitted that Dems use handouts to obtain voters.    

Rather than cut spending and create more jobs, the Democrats usually resort to handing out freebies and demanding more money burning programs, refusing to cut government spending. They take from those who produce, (thus lowering the incentive to do so), and give to those who might not always be doing their best to produce on their own, therefore also reducing their incentive to work because they obtain it freely.  This then, creates a sense of laziness.  It stems from the belief that the government should do more to provide for the people, which, while is a a noble idea, is not government’s function in my opinion.

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Notice, I also said “for the most part,” so this is not always true.  A registered Republican can desire free benefits of government just as much as a registered Democrat can reject such an idea and desire less government involvement in their life.  

Before people jump down my throat, I will say that this is my opinion, and you are entitled to your own.  Not everyone thinks alike, but be respectful.

You are very well spoken 👏

peaceful-moon:

travel-through-mountains:

The view right outside my tent isn’t too bad. Sometimes I can’t believe I get paid to do this.

how do i also get paid to do this

peaceful-moon:

travel-through-mountains:

The view right outside my tent isn’t too bad. Sometimes I can’t believe I get paid to do this.

how do i also get paid to do this

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