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Gokushufudou: The Way Of The House Husband Chapter 19
This time: Tatsu, like any good Yakuza protagonist, suddenly has to deal with an invasion of the black suits!
We’re caught up on the skipped chapters, so you can stop worrying about if you’ve missed any!
Find download links and etc in a reblog soon!
James Frances Thorpe was an athlete and Olympic gold medallist. He was also a member or the Sac and Fox Nation and became the very first Native American to win a gold medal for the United States. Thorpe didn’t have an easy life, either. He faced racial prejudice on a day to day basis and became an orphan following the death of his mother and father. In fact, just before he was set to compete in the Olympics, his luck took a turn for the worse when somebody stole his shoes. Taking it in his stride, Thorpe just went and found two discarded shoes in the trash can. They were two different makes and two different sizes so he wore extra socks in one pair. Despite the odd combination, Thorpe went on to win two gold medals.
Wait for me, Alphonse!
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Reminder: Emmett Till was killed in 1955
LOOK AT HIM!!!!!!!!!!!
HOW LOVELY :))))))))))
Gokushufudou: The Way Of The House Husband Chapter 18 This time: Stepfather-stepson blonding… and it doesn’t even involve blood pacts!
Chapter 19 will come soon-ish! And then we’ll be back in proper order.
Find download links and everything else in a future reblog!
Okay but how is this our problem? What’s the context?
Thank you, like what does this have to do with me? I’m supposed to be considerate of what here, a lack of socialization?
Understand that this is a public health issue. Understand that it’s society’s job to step in when parents fail. Every time something is supposed to be “their parents’ job,” these kids don’t get it.
Understand that kids like this miss a critical early learning period for social connections and are going to be playing catch-up for the rest of their lives.
Understand that this is overwhelmingly caused by poverty, crime, racism, mental health problems, poor housing, mass incarceration, bad work conditions, and the breakdown of the extended family. A lot of parents would be better if all their time, attention, coping and physical presence weren’t eaten up by trying to do too much with too few resources.
Understand that this is why we need strong public schools, free after-school programs, early mental health intervention, Home Ec in highschools. It’s why we need a higher minimum wage and cheaper housing. It’s why we need laws that make sense when it comes to who to throw in jail and who to set free.
Understand that a neglectful or abusive childhood is linked to later health problems like heart disease, diabetes, weight problems, autoimmune diseases, and cancer. It’s also a leading cause of mental health issues and addiction. We have to accept that people who have these problems weren’t in control of the circumstances that made them vulnerable, and they can’t be shamed or punished into no longer having them.
And yeah, we need to give adults with neglectful childhoods more understanding, more acceptance, more time, and more resources to make up for what they missed out on.
Oh, that’s a crown. I thought it was a big eyebrow.
good news everybody
In this store, you go in, shop, and then walk out carrying the item’s you want to buy, and their facial recognition software figures out who you are and charges whatever items you are taking to your account. It’s incredible and creepy.
*Walks into the store with anti-facial recognition haircut/makeup and leaves like a bandit*
the cyberpunk dystopia is upon us and it fuckin sucks
Sketch before bed :) Modern Sesshourmaru
THIS IS AMAZING
Also he reminds me of Viktor Nikiforov lol
this is a 100% real sign in Forks, Washington
“You want to know what the Captain really whispered to me that day? He told me that my true Iove was right in front of my eyes. And he was right.”
Stardust (2007) dir. Matthew Vaughn
i love how this could either be about driving or using excel
“Plus size” ladies rocking furisode kimono, pictures seen on and on
Larger sizes -be it for clothes or kimono- are still hard to find easily in Japan. So, I love how unapologetic this styling is! Patterns are exactly the same as smaller sizes (large stripes, big flowers, bright colors), it’s well balanced, fun and youthfull -perfect for celebrating a coming of age ceremony :D
Photographs by Ferdinando Scianna
I feel these in my soul.
I have a NEW FAVORITE THING and it’s this ballad!
WIFE OR KNIFE IM HOLLERING