2400 hours and 2 minutes. subject declining rapidly. all procedural interventions have failed. outcome will be death. dr. silas stone suspending all clinical protocol. us gov, object 6-19-82 is successfully activated.
First off, phew I am tired. I’ve been doodling every moment I can for the past 2 ½ days getting in as much sketches in as I could. There were so many cool and interesting characters to draw and I feel like I learned a lot from this experience with practicing faces and expressions. So thank you all for lending me your awesome swtor ocs. I can only hope I did them some justice!
and begins the tagging! Some tags aren’t working and I apologize for that. I hope you guys still catch your ocs!!
Baby Boomers: your millennial children are worse off than you.
With a median household income of $40,581, millennials earn 20 percent less than boomers did at the same stage of life, despite being better educated, according to a new analysis of Federal Reserve data by the advocacy group Young Invincibles.
The analysis being released Friday gives concrete details about a troubling generational divide that helps to explain much of the anxiety that defined the 2016 election. Millennials have half the net worth of boomers. Their home ownership rate is lower, while their student debt is drastically higher.
The generational gap is a central dilemma for the incoming presidency of Donald Trump, who essentially pledged a return to the prosperity of post-World War II America. The analysis also hints at the issues of culture and identity that divided many voters, showing that white millennials — who still earn much more than their blacks and Latino peers — have seen their incomes plummet the most relative to boomers.
Andrea Ledesma, 28, says her parents owned a house and were raising kids by her age.
I’m Jewish and I will always fight against racism in all of its forms.
“…צֶ֥דֶק צֶ֖דֶק תִּרְדֹּ֑ף“ “Justice, Justice you shall pursue…” (Deut. 16:20)
Justice is a central tenant of Jewish tradition. The above verse from Deuteronomy is recited following every recitation of the books of the Torah each year in order to remind us of the injustices of our world. Justice goes beyond simply loving our neighbors as commanded in Leviticus 19: 17-18, as it is the injustices that we have faced throughout Jewish history which continue to further our commitment to social change.
Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heshel famouslyprayed with his feet, when marching with other famous Civil Rights leaders in the mid-twentieth century. As Jews, we will continue to fight for justice for all people because tolerance will bring about the gift of shalom, of peace.
#26. BATMAN: ASSAULT ON ARKHAM #25.
JUSTICE LEAGUE: WAR #24. ALL
STAR SUPERMAN #23.
SUPERMAN UNBOUND #22. BATMAN
VS ROBIN #21. BATMAN
BAD BLOOD #20. JUSTICE
LEAGUE: THRONE OF ATLANTIS #19.
SUPERMAN/BATMAN: APOCALYPSE #18. WONDER
WOMAN #17. SON OF
BATMAN #16. JUSTICE
LEAGUE VS TEEN TITANS #15. BATMAN:
THE KILLING JOKE #14. BATMAN:
GOTHAM KNIGHT #13.
SUPERMAN DOOMSDAY #12.
JUSTICE LEAGUE THE NEW FRONTIER #11.
SUPERMAN/BATMAN: PUBLIC ENEMIES
LANTERN: FIRST FLIGHT #9. JUSTICE
LEAGUE: DOOM #8. BATMAN
YEAR ONE #7.
SUPERMAN VS THE ELITE #6. GREEN
LANTERN: EMERALD KNIGHTS #5. BATMAN:
UNDER THE RED HOOD #4. JUSTICE
LEAGUE: CRISIS ON TWO EARTHS #3. JUSTICE
LEAGUE: THE FLASHPOINT PARADOX #2. JUSTICE
LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS #1. BATMAN:
THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS
Dex knows something’s wrong when he gets a full week into summer break without hearing from Derek Nurse even once. Not a drunken text, not a stray emoji in the group chat, nothing.
It shouldn’t bother him. He doesn’t care. Except that it’s unusual for Nursey not to go out of his way to keep up with his teammates, not to go out of his way to poke at Dex in particular, and so Dex is…
Well, “worried” is too strong of a word. It’s only been a week. Nursey is probably just off gallivanting around Europe with all of his rich Andover friends and hasn’t had a sober moment to spare a single thought to the SMH or to his fellow d-man.
Known for her legendary “banana dance,” Josephine Baker performed for decades on stage and on the silver screen, though her risqué persona was far more accepted abroad than in the US. Between touring across Europe and aiding the French in WWII, she also visited America to battle racial segregation in her home country.