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3rd November 2013

Photo reblogged from Humans of New York with 3,024 notes

humansofnewyork:

This man was sitting across from me on the subway, holding what appeared to be a spine. I asked if he was a chiropractor. “I’m a lawyer,” he said. “I’m coming back from court.”"How’d it go?" I asked."Not too good," he answered, laughing. "My client lied to me. She told me she didn’t go back to work after her injury. Turned out that wasn’t true."Then another man who was sitting nearby joined our conversation. He began to tell the lawyer about his own legal problems. He was apparently involved in a personal injury lawsuit of his own, stemming from a fall he took from the top of a bunk bed, during a stint at a rehab facility. As the man unloaded the details of his case, the lawyer heard him out, giving sympathetic nods and doling out vague expressions of support. The man left thinking that the lawyer agreed with him 100%.The lawyer and I got off at the same stop. After we left the train, I asked: “So what did you think about that man’s case?”"It’s awful," he said. "But I didn’t want to break his heart."

humansofnewyork:

This man was sitting across from me on the subway, holding what appeared to be a spine. I asked if he was a chiropractor. “I’m a lawyer,” he said. “I’m coming back from court.”
"How’d it go?" I asked.
"Not too good," he answered, laughing. "My client lied to me. She told me she didn’t go back to work after her injury. Turned out that wasn’t true."

Then another man who was sitting nearby joined our conversation. He began to tell the lawyer about his own legal problems. He was apparently involved in a personal injury lawsuit of his own, stemming from a fall he took from the top of a bunk bed, during a stint at a rehab facility. 
As the man unloaded the details of his case, the lawyer heard him out, giving sympathetic nods and doling out vague expressions of support. The man left thinking that the lawyer agreed with him 100%.

The lawyer and I got off at the same stop. After we left the train, I asked: “So what did you think about that man’s case?”
"It’s awful," he said. "But I didn’t want to break his heart."

3rd November 2013

Photo reblogged from Humans of New York with 6,868 notes

humansofnewyork:

"My first memory was when I was three years old. My dad set me up on the dresser, and said: ‘Jump to daddy!’ Then he let me fall and said, ‘Don’t trust anyone.’ He was twisted like that. I’m pretty sure that’s why I’m a loner."

humansofnewyork:

"My first memory was when I was three years old. My dad set me up on the dresser, and said: ‘Jump to daddy!’ Then he let me fall and said, ‘Don’t trust anyone.’ He was twisted like that. I’m pretty sure that’s why I’m a loner."

3rd November 2013

Quote reblogged from Shit Rich College Kids Say with 195 notes

It’s funny that even when the poors become fashionable–we just appropriate their style and jack up the prices. They’ll have to start all over again. Haha–it’s nice being on top, no?
— Junior Design Major (via shitrichcollegekidssay)

3rd November 2013

Post reblogged from all you do is memorise the headlines with 55 notes

paratactician:

Found myself in library needing to make note of a quotation from Dionysius of Halicarnassus. Rummaged in various coat pockets; all biros mysteriously absent. Only writing implement present was eyeliner pencil (yes, that eyeliner pencil, for those of you with long memories; I don’t clear out my coat pockets very often).

Rolled up my sleeve and scrawled ancient Greek all down the inside of my arm in eyeliner. This has to be a kink for someone.

29th October 2013

Post reblogged from Live to Love and Love to Live with 82,005 notes

ladymalchav:

sketchythought:

traceexcalibur:

a story about a girl and boy who fall in love with each other at first sight and then the boy reveals he’s an incubus come to steal her soul and then she reveals she’s a succubus trying to steal his and they laugh and go get drinks together

That’s actually the cutest fucking thing I’ve seen today. 

Source: traceexcalibur

28th October 2013

Photo reblogged from Humans of New York with 2,768 notes

humansofnewyork:

"I’m retired now. But I was the CEO of the NY State Energy Research and Development Authority.""What’s something about energy that a lot of people don’t know?""Energy is the main source of pollution. I don’t think enough people make that connection. They think of pollution as giant industries spewing smoke into the air, but in reality it mainly comes from the energy that we use everyday— driving our cars, lighting our houses, even that camera you’re using. We’re never going to stop needing energy, so we just have to find the most efficient ways of creating it.”

humansofnewyork:

"I’m retired now. But I was the CEO of the NY State Energy Research and Development Authority."
"What’s something about energy that a lot of people don’t know?"
"Energy is the main source of pollution. I don’t think enough people make that connection. They think of pollution as giant industries spewing smoke into the air, but in reality it mainly comes from the energy that we use everyday— driving our cars, lighting our houses, even that camera you’re using. We’re never going to stop needing energy, so we just have to find the most efficient ways of creating it.”

28th October 2013

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28th October 2013

Photo reblogged from cough into my open mouth with 103,220 notes

muscleluvr2:

kayteecakes12:

muscleluvr2:

autumnleavesbabe:

muscleluvr2:

yorkbezbozny:

muscleluvr2:

the man ran into te abortion clinic but it was too late. his son, his beautiful six week old son, had already been killed. look at this beautiful 6 week old baby and tell me what happened wasn’t murder. “MY SON” he cries out as his knees buckle and a deep sadness enters his eyes, a sadness that will never leave. THIS is what pro-choice is.

That’s a Blobfish. It has fins for god sake. At no point in the fetal process do we have fully formed fins.

keep sipping on the indoctrinade. i love seeing stupid pro-choicers comment on my post without knowing the facts. this man’s son was killed without permission and all you care about is the fins. typical

There is no fucking way this is a 6 week old fetus! WTF is that? It has fins and shit. Where in the hell… no who in the hell posted this?

i can tell by the way you type you dont know shit about how a fetus develops. fetus dont have bones until 52 weeks into pregnancy. the fins? theyre called arms you shitlord. think before you speak. and by the way… it is i, muscleluvr2, who posted this, and i forever stand by it

Lmfao what six week fetus is that big?!?! That’s the size of a nine month old BABY

how dare you imply that just because this fetus was big boned it isnt a real fetus. real fetuses have curves. real fetuses arent stick thin. fuck you

muscleluvr2:

kayteecakes12:

muscleluvr2:

autumnleavesbabe:

muscleluvr2:

yorkbezbozny:

muscleluvr2:

the man ran into te abortion clinic but it was too late. his son, his beautiful six week old son, had already been killed. look at this beautiful 6 week old baby and tell me what happened wasn’t murder. “MY SON” he cries out as his knees buckle and a deep sadness enters his eyes, a sadness that will never leave. THIS is what pro-choice is.

That’s a Blobfish. It has fins for god sake. At no point in the fetal process do we have fully formed fins.

keep sipping on the indoctrinade. i love seeing stupid pro-choicers comment on my post without knowing the facts. this man’s son was killed without permission and all you care about is the fins. typical

There is no fucking way this is a 6 week old fetus! WTF is that? It has fins and shit. Where in the hell… no who in the hell posted this?

i can tell by the way you type you dont know shit about how a fetus develops. fetus dont have bones until 52 weeks into pregnancy. the fins? theyre called arms you shitlord. think before you speak. and by the way… it is i, muscleluvr2, who posted this, and i forever stand by it

Lmfao what six week fetus is that big?!?! That’s the size of a nine month old BABY

how dare you imply that just because this fetus was big boned it isnt a real fetus. real fetuses have curves. real fetuses arent stick thin. fuck you

28th October 2013

Photoset reblogged from "You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope." with 192,025 notes

quixoticoperator:

thewritingfortress:

Someone didn’t forward those chain messages

This is my new favorite thing.

Source: annekiller666

28th October 2013

Photo reblogged from Humans of New York with 6,034 notes

humansofnewyork:

"I perform in angle grinder shows." “What are those?” “I put on a metal outfit, then I grind the metal off it so that sparks shoot everywhere. Most of the time there are naked chicks involved.”

humansofnewyork:

"I perform in angle grinder shows."
“What are those?”
“I put on a metal outfit, then I grind the metal off it so that sparks shoot everywhere. Most of the time there are naked chicks involved.”