month of water

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The Native American people are real superheroes. They took a stand and fight for their rights on their own land at Standing rock. Indigenous people have been surviving police brutality for months to save clean water and environment. They were under attack and suffered from cold and injuries. They were even forced to eat thanksgiving dinner on top of a sacred burial site.  

This is insane. And Bernie Sanders knows. And he stands there, like one of them, drawing attention of the government and the media. 

#NoDapl #StandingRock #BernieSandrs

Zutara Month 2016, day 6- Snowflakes!

I’ve been writing so much angst that I needed some cute fluff to compensate. There hasn’t been any snow or ice in my country for years and I really miss the harsh winters we used to have… Plus, I’m always a sucker for Zuko in a blue Water Tribe parka.

My heart is heavy recently due to the situation in Standing Rock, North Dakota. For months now the Standing Rock Sioux and many, many other tribes and peoples have been opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Recently, things have gone too far… The Police brutality is appalling. Innocent water protectors were being maced, shoot with rubber bullets and hosed down with water in freezing conditions. It appalles me that this is still happening today. 2016. Native Americans are still being treated the same way as if it were back when Europeans first invaded our land.
We are peaceful people fighting to preserve the land. The Earth. Our home. Please join us in this fight and spread the word of no Dakota access pipeline! Water is life!

hey gamers

Skyrim New Water Edition™ may not be confirmed for Nintendo Switch©, but you know what is confirmed? Me pulling the pin if you don’t pre-order my game. Buy my fucking game right now. We spent over 6 months on New Water. Elder Scrolls 6? I can’t hear you over the sound of the voice telling me to pull this fucking pin. Remember le Skyrim Shuffle? My family is starving. Please just preorder.

Louisiana declares public health emergency in St. Joseph

Each week for months, Janet Thornton has spent $20 to buy drinking water for her husband and herself.

“We don’t have a lot of money,” she said, “so we just boil the water on the stove for our dogs. No one has told us if that’s OK.”

This past spring, the town of St. Joseph was dealing with “not aesthetically pleasing” brown water running through residents’ faucets. State health officials said then it was not dangerous.

Now, a few months later, water in this Louisiana town of about 1,000 shows high amounts of lead in some samples, and it may be dangerous.

On December 16th, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards declared a public health emergency in the town after two of 13 site samples the day before showed elevated levels of lead, which was absent from water samples at the start of the year.

Keep reading

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[Part 2/3] Continuation of the Reiner x Geek!Connie au (x)

Still can’t believe that I actually did part 2 and it’s not even finished. Part 3 is still in a VERY slow process. Haha. ha. 

Noragami Rewind 2016

A look at everything that happened in the fandom this year:

  • TeamLeg or TeamNoLeg
  • #ProtectBishamon2k16
  • KazuBisha Week
  • Capyerland ova
  • Noragami fandom sleepover
  • Noragami Burn Book
  • Noragami fandom dodgeball
  • #LeaveYatosArmAlone
  • Life of a Croc (@fujisakifashion)
  • YatoriWeek
  • 2 month hiatus
  • Fandom water balloon fight
  • DaifukuWeek
  • #FloorSquad
  • #EbisuWeek
  • Noragami Stage Play
  • Notagami film
  • Shirtless Yato Day - est August 28th 
  • Bisha’s Abs Day - est September 1st
  • TakiunWeek
  • YatoneWeek
  • YukineWeek
  • Tsuyu’s death

See you in 2017!