information request: right-wingers, abortion, death penalty, gun laws
hey frendos I'm tyring to do some research for a thing but I'm struggling with this bit cos it means looking at gross right-wingers. can anyone help me get started?
I'm looking for examples of people who are "pro-life", but pro-death in other circumstances, e.g death penalty, gun laws, or any other things you can think of.
I'll need evidence of them being these things so if that's readily available that'd be helpful too! thanks ^^
Did a small give-away a while back on my Instagram. Faust Arcklow won and wanted me to draw Heather Mason from Silent Hill 3. Sadly, I have never played the game but wanted to do the character justice, so I watched a play-through over the last couple of days and now love the game, the characters and the soundtrack now. :D Might have to try and play it myself sometime.
Good morning, I've thought about it and the best part about Winnie the Pooh is that even though Eeyore is basically depressed he still gets invited to all of the things with his friends, and they never expect him to pretend to feel happy or force him to change, they just love him anyways and never leave him behind. And I think that's neat.
palmer station webcam: still gorgeous
List of gab instances
Do boost and block.
Nazi dont need a platform and certainly not ours
Gab; Nazis; blocking people
Fair warning: if you're going to tell me I should let the nazis in and debate them to defeat them, my first instinct will be that you are also a nazi...because that is and has always been their first step. And I'm not afraid or ashamed to block anyone I think might be a nazi, because guess what: me choosing to ignore you isn't 'censorship'; you are not entitled to my time or my ears.
Don't 👏 Platform 👏 And Debate 👏 Nazis
This is bizarre but true: in older (and by that I mean largely pre-1900) English printed alphabets, the character & was printed at the end, and was memorized as a 27th character.
It was recited in the alphabet as "per se and", meaning "'and' by itself". So the end of the alphabet went "X, Y, Z, and per se and."
The phrase "and per se and" eventually got contracted - and is how we got today's name for the symbol: ampersand.