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None of This Support Matters If We Do Not Show Up At The Polls In Both the Primary AND General Election.

CLICK BELOW TO FIND OUT HOW TO REGISTER IN YOUR STATE AND WHEN YOU CAN HIT THE BOOTH TO SUPPORT BERNIE.

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SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY, REGISTER THEM, BRING THEM TO THE POLLS, GET AS MANY PEOPLE AS YOU CAN REGISTERED AND VOTING FOR BERNIE. IT IS THE ONLY WAY TO GET BIG MONEY OUT OF POLITICS, REMEMBER TO CLICK ABOVE AND FIND OUT WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO HELP. BERNIE SANDERS 2016!

Camp Pep: Why Reckless Abandon is Crucial for Writing

Are you tackling a writing project this July at Camp NaNoWriMo? Our incredible participants have words of wisdom to share with their fellow writers. Today, Shannon advises you to face the blank page with reckless abandon:

Reckless abandon. These words are my guide for Camp this July, and they’re words I want to share with you.

Now, I’m not saying that reckless abandon is the best way to live all aspects of life (safety is important!), but when it comes to writing, reckless abandon means shutting your cabin door in the face of your inner editor, and creating a whirlwind of written excitement. This isn’t the time to worry about inconsistencies and plot holes. This is the time to write and explore.

There is no better time for spontaneity and adventure than summer vacation…

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Open Project

Okay so something I want to do is to make a Major Arcana tarot deck of OCs. HOWEVER, instead of just having my OCs, I want to give other people a chance to have theirs in it, too. The only requirement is that your OCs be Fantasy, High Fantasy, or Dark Fantasy themed.

Please, If you are interested in participating, put your OC and your url next to the card you want filled. It’s first come first serve.


The Magician:

The High Priestess:

The Empress:

The Emperor:

The Hierophant:

The Lovers:

The Chariot:

Strength:

The Hermit:

Wheel of Fortune:

Justice:

The Hanged Man: The Ember Knight (ember-knight)

Death:

Temperance:

The Devil: Agon (ember-knight)

The Tower:

The Star:

The Moon:

The Sun:

Judgement:

The World:

The Fool:


As you can see I have already taken a couple of spots to give it a head start. Once you have added your OCs please send me some refs!

shuffle tag

Hit shuffle and listen to the first 10 songs NO SKIPPING, then tag 10 lovely people.

tagged by tamareira

These are from my Repeat playlist, meaning these are from the fifty or so songs I can listen to every day and not be sick of them ^^;

  1. Goodbye My Love by Ailee
  2. The Real Reason Why We Broke Up by Younha
  3. You Don’t Love Me by SPICA
  4. Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde
  5. Up is Down by Hans Zimmer (PotC: At World’s End)
  6. Take Me to Church by Hozier
  7. Fight Song by Rachel Platten
  8. Blank Space by Taylor Swift
  9. Jar of Hearts by Christina Perri
  10. Extreme Ways by Moby

I will only tag 5 people because I think of everyone I would tag has already been tagged ^^;; No pressure! I just think this is super fun to look at ^^;;

erinserrand, seohyorims, audreyskdramablog, kdramacity, mrshobbes

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scira week 
     ↳ day one - favorite moment

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Hakyona Week || Day 7: Family

↳ “The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other’s life.” - Richard Bach - Hak & Yona + the rest of the Happy Hungry Bunch

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“Kenma, who do you like more?? Your typhlosion or me?”

“… Do you really want me to answer that?”

Identity reveals are up, so here’s my prompt fulfillment for theneoneevee from the HQ summer hols exchange! Alright alright alright.

Labor participation falls to record low 93,626,000. 1 in 3 Americans not working.

That red line you see plummeting since 2009 does not represent an economic recovery. 

from CNS:

A record 93,626,000 Americans 16 or older did not participate in the nation’s labor force in June, as the labor force participation rate dropped to 62.6 percent, a 38-year low, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In June, according to BLS, the nation’s civilian noninstitutional population, consisting of all people 16 or older who were not in the military or an institution, hit 250,663,000. Of those, 157,037,000 participated in the labor force by either holding a job or actively seeking one.

The 157,037,000 who participated in the labor force equaled only 62.6 percent of the 250,663,000 civilian noninstitutional population, the lowest labor force participation rate seen in 38 years. It hasn’t been this low since October 1977 when the participation rate was 62.4 percent.

Another 93,626,000 did not participate in the labor force. These Americans did not have a job and were not actively trying to find one.

Of the 157,037,000 who did participate in the labor force, 148,739,000 had a job, and 8,299,000 did not have a job were actively seeking one—making them the nation’s unemployed.

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Meanwhile, the Obama administration keeps on adjusting the unemployment numbers in order to continue wearing a happy face, and the media keeps on reporting phony numbers.