!ln

when ur a lonely lesbian u daydream abt having a wife to such a ridiculous degree like ln I was falling asleep and I truly thought 2 myself “I hope my future wife is a light packer so she can fit a blanket in her bag when we travel and I can use it on the plane bc I can never fit one in my bag” like u useless lesbian will u Calm Down!!!

Guren: I love Mahiru even if she’s a demon and she killed a lot of innocent people.

Shinya:


Guren: I love Mahiru even if she’s a demon.

Shinya:


Guren: I love Mahiru.

Shinya:


Guren: Mahiru.

Shinya:

latimes.com
LA set to decriminalize street vending in order to protect immigrants from deportation.

The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to draft a law that would decriminalize sidewalk vending, in an effort to protect immigrants vulnerable to deportation.

Hawking food and goods on the sidewalk can currently lead to misdemeanor charges in Los Angeles. City attorneys will now be tasked with drawing up a new ordinance that would strip those criminal penalties and authorize the city to eventually issue vending permits — a first step toward legalization.

you know what i really want an ova of? ennoshita’s movies.

like not just fhq either like all of them with behind the scenes stuff and director ennoshita regretting some casting decisions and everyone getting way too into their roles and fuckin around with the costumes and props or how the hell they even got some people to agree to be in them but its fine bc in the end the movie looks great regardless

you only see maybe a minuet or a half minuet of the finished product but as a whole the experience alone would be amazing

latimes.com
'I know they are going to die.' This foster father takes in only terminally ill children
The children were going to die.
By Hailey Branson-Potts

Mohamed Bzeek knew that. But in his more than two decades as a foster father, he took them in anyway — the sickest of the sick in Los Angeles County’s sprawling foster care system.

He has buried about 10 children. Some died in his arms.

Now, Bzeek spends long days and sleepless nights caring for a bedridden 6-year-old foster girl with a rare brain defect. She’s blind and deaf. She has daily seizures. Her arms and legs are paralyzed.

Bzeek, a quiet, devout Libyan-born Muslim who lives in Azusa, just wants her to know she’s not alone in this life. “I know she can’t hear, can’t see, but I always talk to her,” he said. “I’m always holding her, playing with her, touching her. … She has feelings. She has a soul. She’s a human being.”

Read the whole story at the link.