Virtual Insanity

buttpregnant:

dangerouspoetry:

isn’t that

this dog hates her fucking life give me this dog

ataoldotcom:

detodossantos:

sizvideos:

Watch it in video

Follow our Tumblr - Like us on Facebook

This. This is how you break down ableist barriers. This is incredible for the deaf and for the custies. I would love to learn sign language, and I would learn it faster if it was standing between me and booze

this is so important

vouguez:

THANKS TO THE PERSON WHO MADE THIS

vouguez:

THANKS TO THE PERSON WHO MADE THIS


oceanicsteam:

assholeofday:

Mike Pence, Asshole of the Day for October 20, 2014
by TeaPartyCat (Follow @TeaPartyCat)
Long ago Justice Brandeis said that states are the laboratories of democracy. It’s a nice thought, and sometimes it even works out. But since states have latitude to implement policy and their own laws, sometimes the laboratory is more evil scientist than noble experimenter trying to improve the fate of the nation.
Case in point: Indiana has high unemployment, with more job seekers than jobs. So those people out of work have it bad. But Gov. Mike Pence wants to make it worse for them:

Gov. Mike Pence (R) has decided to join seven other states in reinstating work requirements for food stamps despite being eligible for a federal waiver from those rules for the coming fiscal year.
Federal rules require able-bodied, childless people who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits for more than three months a year to demonstrate that they are working or attending a job training program for at least 20 hours a week. But those rules can be waived during times of high economic strain when the work requirements cannot reasonably be fulfilled. Nearly every state requested and received such a waiver during the Great Recession. But a growing number of states have begun reinstating the work rules even though the Department of Agriculture has said their unemployment rates are still high enough to justify waiving the rules.
The state estimates that 65,000 people will be affected by Pence’s change, according to the Indianapolis Star. Previous similar moves in Kansas, New Mexico, Maine, and other states have left tens of thousands of people without access to food stamps. The network of food charities that picks up the slack when hungry people are underserved by government programs is already overstretched around the country, according to the people who run those charities.

There’s a lot there, but it boils down to this: the federal government will waive rules requiring those receiving food stamps (SNAP) to work when unemployment is too high in the state, meaning that there aren’t enough jobs for all those who are on food stamps to work. But Gov. Pence won’t ask for the waiver.
To be clear— these work rules were set in the late 1990s when jobs were plentiful and paid well, but now there aren’t enough jobs for everyone who wants to work. Common sense says accept the waiver so people don’t starve. It’s not their fault there aren’t enough jobs in Gov. Pence’s state.
But Gov. Pence doesn’t want a waiver— he’d rather let these people who can’t find jobs starve. And for that, he is the Asshole of the Day.
It is Mike Pence's second time being named Asshole of the Day. His previous win was for lying about the cost of Obamacare premiums.
Full story: Think Progress.

These waivers have actually been in place in most states red or blue since before the recession. The GOP has reached the point where they can’t hide their contempt for the poor anymore. This cost the state of Indiana basically no money, it’s all federally funded, and by not accepting he’s putting himself at disadvantage compared to every other state when its time to dole up federal expenditures that the people and businesses of Indiana paid into. He’s essentially turning down a portion his state’s deserved share of the federal paycheck the SNAP program to spite the poor.

oceanicsteam:

assholeofday:

Mike Pence, Asshole of the Day for October 20, 2014

by TeaPartyCat ()

Long ago Justice Brandeis said that states are the laboratories of democracy. It’s a nice thought, and sometimes it even works out. But since states have latitude to implement policy and their own laws, sometimes the laboratory is more evil scientist than noble experimenter trying to improve the fate of the nation.

Case in point: Indiana has high unemployment, with more job seekers than jobs. So those people out of work have it bad. But Gov. Mike Pence wants to make it worse for them:

Gov. Mike Pence (R) has decided to join seven other states in reinstating work requirements for food stamps despite being eligible for a federal waiver from those rules for the coming fiscal year.

Federal rules require able-bodied, childless people who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits for more than three months a year to demonstrate that they are working or attending a job training program for at least 20 hours a week. But those rules can be waived during times of high economic strain when the work requirements cannot reasonably be fulfilled. Nearly every state requested and received such a waiver during the Great Recession. But a growing number of states have begun reinstating the work rules even though the Department of Agriculture has said their unemployment rates are still high enough to justify waiving the rules.

The state estimates that 65,000 people will be affected by Pence’s change, according to the Indianapolis Star. Previous similar moves in Kansas, New Mexico, Maine, and other states have left tens of thousands of people without access to food stamps. The network of food charities that picks up the slack when hungry people are underserved by government programs is already overstretched around the country, according to the people who run those charities.

There’s a lot there, but it boils down to this: the federal government will waive rules requiring those receiving food stamps (SNAP) to work when unemployment is too high in the state, meaning that there aren’t enough jobs for all those who are on food stamps to work. But Gov. Pence won’t ask for the waiver.

To be clear— these work rules were set in the late 1990s when jobs were plentiful and paid well, but now there aren’t enough jobs for everyone who wants to work. Common sense says accept the waiver so people don’t starve. It’s not their fault there aren’t enough jobs in Gov. Pence’s state.

But Gov. Pence doesn’t want a waiver— he’d rather let these people who can’t find jobs starve. And for that, he is the Asshole of the Day.

It is Mike Pence's second time being named Asshole of the Day. His previous win was for lying about the cost of Obamacare premiums.

Full story: Think Progress.

These waivers have actually been in place in most states red or blue since before the recession. The GOP has reached the point where they can’t hide their contempt for the poor anymore. This cost the state of Indiana basically no money, it’s all federally funded, and by not accepting he’s putting himself at disadvantage compared to every other state when its time to dole up federal expenditures that the people and businesses of Indiana paid into. He’s essentially turning down a portion his state’s deserved share of the federal paycheck the SNAP program to spite the poor.

scribbleowl:

sango-hentaitenshi:

necktie-nyxeth:

longleggedgit:


r-dart:


Now you know the truth of what’s going through my mind at parties.


oh my gosh the last panel actually made me tear up


gpoy

I can’t tell you how accurate this is

This is a really good depiction of social anxiety because it focuses on inner states rather then outward actions. As someone very good at concealing his anxiety, I appreciate it.


This is very accurate

scribbleowl:

sango-hentaitenshi:

necktie-nyxeth:

longleggedgit:

r-dart:

Now you know the truth of what’s going through my mind at parties.

oh my gosh the last panel actually made me tear up

gpoy

I can’t tell you how accurate this is

This is a really good depiction of social anxiety because it focuses on inner states rather then outward actions. As someone very good at concealing his anxiety, I appreciate it.

This is very accurate

collegehumor:

Your Worst Nightmares During Childhood vs. Adulthood

neg-mawon:

kumagawa:

bro my mans is dragging the frozen food section…

this is the best vine

gorlt:

brodays:

gorlt:

and, if you can’t get toasted pearl Couscous handpicked and blessed by a Moroccan shaman on the first tuesday of the winter harvest for your Sautéed Escarole then store bought is fine

image

The best thick cocks and young hung studs

http://jockdays.tumblr.com/

that’s not in the recipe
image