Fucking Supernatural. This is Satan and an Angel of the Lord having a conversation about riding in a car cause Satan legit wanted to know what the fuck was up with humans and their cars. Look at him in the 3rd gif, like “ah, imma bout to fuck up your everything but ah yes, cars dude”.
This is the Memorial to the Missing and contains over 50,000,000 pennies to represent the lives of each American child abandoned to abortion by a society and a culture that has embraced their destruction. We must prevent the need to add to this memorial. Take a stand. Get involved.
”How we treat the least of us defines us.”
"should I use this $500k to help struggling parents and pregnant people or should I put it in a glass box"
Just a reminder that the prolife movement likes to spend exorbitant amounts of money protesting abortion, but absolutely nothing to help people who need the help so they can avoid getting one.
500k plus however much i cost to pay the architect, the engineers, the labor, the fuel, the shipping and everything else.
We’re looking at about 700k worth of wasted money that the anti-choice movement could have spent on actual sex education to prevent unintended pregnancy and thus, abortion.
Or 700 thousand on top of the 250,000 spent on the “March for Life”.. And.. whatever those shitstains spend on travel and lodging.. and food. And you could’ve got some scholarships at a daycare to cover daycare for a single working parent. Or TONS of groceries..? Things that would’ve made having another child LESS painful to the kids 61% of them already have?
They have spent literally millions of dollars this year alone (And we’re not even quite 1/3 of the way through the year either), on protesting abortion… and maybe a thousand on actually helping people. (A few donated diapers, a few bottles filled with spare change… not cutting it).
Their spending though shows their real priorities… and it’s not on the pregnant people or on the born.
Babies are strapped into airplane seats enroute to LAX during “Operation Babylift” with airlifted orphans from Vietnam to the US. April 12, 1975.
This looks dangerous as fuck 😒
ikr? I was thinking how they would not have been secure if the plane crashed only to find out that one of the planes in the operation did crash.
Most of the babies taken to the United States by “Operation Babylift” were not orphans in the first place; they were children from refugee camps who were fraudulently designated as orphans by American relief workers — most of them with religious affiliations — who believed they’d be “better off” being raised by white Americans.
Operation Reunite is an amazing nonprofit run by Babylift victims which seeks to use DNA testing to find and reconnect with their real families back home in Vietnam.
So basically look at this photo of kidnapped babies.
sincerely, a person who has been on prozac for 9 years
this is in response to some shitty stuff i’ve seen on my dash recently. it’s super simplified, so if you’d like to know some more indepth stuff on how exactly it works, google it—OR BETTER YET actually talk to a mental health doctor psychiatrist person wow
Meds are super useful to a lot of people.
Also, don’t pressure people to take meds or not take meds. Meds are a personal decision.
I’m on generic Effexor for my anxiety and depression issues. It’s an SNRI (serotonin-noradrenaline reuptake inhibitor) meaning that it works the same way as an SSRI only on two neurotransmitters instead of one. I’m still working on finding the right dosage and there are stressful things in my life going on right now that make it difficult to see whether or not I’m getting better, but I have noticed that I am less anxious and more functional in my daily life since I started meds. so it really bums me out when people spread misinformation about medication, like when people use the word “dependent,” or act like people who take meds are taking the easy way out, or ever say anything about “popping pills.” managing my issues with anxiety and depression is still very difficult and the medication helps me, like, not want to die. there is nothing shameful or wrong about taking medication for a mental illness!
EXACTLY THIS A+ COMMENTARY.
I only covered SSRIs specifically because they’re the only ones that I have personal experience with but OH MY GOD THANK YOU FOR ADDING INFORMATION ABOUT SNRIs.
I hate that I’m living in a world where I’m literally afraid to tell people that I’m on medication that literally saved my life when I was ten years old. I HATE that I’m living in a world where I’m afraid of people instantly discounting my opinions or thinking of me as “lesser” just because I happen to take medication for a mental illness.
there is nOTHING AT ALL wrong with taking medication for a mental illness and i will fight tooth and fucking nail to erase the stigma that goes along with taking meds for brain problems