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     "So you’re the guy Ashy’s been shtupping!“ An unexpected female voice behind him as he did up his cardigan buttons made Loch yell out in surprise. He spun round, and his mouth opened and closed soundlessly in shock at the petite, dark haired girl behind him. He hadn’t heard the door. How long had she been stood there? Better question, who the hell was she?!  "Oh, did I startle you? Sorry, I forget you humans can be so easily spooked.”
     "Wh-who the hell are you?“
     "Family friend. The more important question is who are you?” She tilted her head at him, like she was trying to read him. “OH! You’re a Karaish, aren’t you?! Finally! All though… damn. You’re both guys. That’s not helpful…” She sighed, like something had let her down. Loch was still in too much shock to process any of the nonsense she was speaking.

A ‘Forgotten History’ Of How The U.S. Government Segregated America

In 1933, faced with a housing shortage, the federal government began a program explicitly designed to increase — and segregate — America’s housing stock. Author Richard Rothstein says the housing programs begun under the New Deal were tantamount to a “state-sponsored system of segregation.”

The government’s efforts were “primarily designed to provide housing to white, middle-class, lower-middle-class families,” he says. African-Americans and other people of color were left out of the new suburban communities — and pushed instead into urban housing projects.

Rothstein’s new book, The Color of Law, examines the local, state and federal housing policies that mandated segregation. He notes that the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), which was established in 1934, furthered the segregation efforts by refusing to insure mortgages in and near African-American neighborhoods — a policy known as “redlining.” At the same time, the FHA was subsidizing builders who were mass producing entire white subdivisions — with the requirement that none of the homes be sold to African-Americans.

Rothstein says that these decades-old housing policies have had a lasting effect on American society. “The segregation of our metropolitan areas today leads … to stagnant inequality, because families are much less able to be upwardly mobile when they’re living in segregated neighborhoods where opportunity is absent,” he says. “If we want greater equality in this society, if we want a lowering of the hostility between police and young African-American men, we need to take steps to desegregate.”

Don’t forget…the void really cares about you…

The Void is shaped like a friend.

Yaaay, made this silly thing as a quick project because I had the sads™. Based off of @petite-pumpkin‘s drawing of a Gaster plush because I had to have one.


One of my most favourite charming treehouses I`ve ever seen 


Buckhead treehouse is a charming, almost fairy-tale cottage located in Atlanta, US state of Georgia. Nestled in the woods, this unique retreat is a real craft masterpiece. The neighborhood is a quiet, residential place where a man can relax in nature.

HUFFLEPUFF: “It’s about living in the moment and appreciating the smallest things. Surrounding yourself with the things that inspire you and letting go of the obsessions that want to take over your mind. It is a daily struggle sometimes and hard work but happiness begins with your own attitude and how you look at the world.” –Gretchen Rubin (The Happiness Project)


Concrete Houses in Buenos Aires

A robust concrete facade provides protection from traffic noise for these two houses squeezed onto a narrow plot in the Colegiales neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. Local architects María Victoria Besonías and Luciano Kruk developed the Two Houses Conesa project for a pair of families who own a site sandwiched between existing buildings in the residential district of the Argentinian city.

Small Tree Bros Headcanon

Evan, “I speak for the trees” Hansen, never gets bitten by bugs. This boy could walk through the forest without bug spray and shirtless and he’d come back fine. 

In contrast Connor leaves the house for ten seconds wearing ten pounds of bug spray and a hoodie, and comes back covered in bites. It itches and he’s dying. 



I’m currently selling these miniature clay echeveria succulents that I have been hand making! I have two sizes and two colors as of right now and they are…

👆🏻NOTE 👆🏻 these prices include shipping anywhere in the United States

measured across / price
📍2 inches left image / $20
📍4 inches right image / $30

If you are interested in ordering anything please feel free to message me 👏🏻👏🏻📨📬

Many thanks,


Essential Oils for Psychic Ability Enhancement

You should always read the labels of your oils and heed any warnings, and properly dilute them before using them on your skin.

Cinnamon Essential Oil can be used to stimulate visions, strengthen focus, and promote healing and harmony. Aids in connecting with guides.

Lavender  Essential Oil Aids in mediation, and stimulates dream recall and clairvoyance. It also opens third-eye while protecting and purifying.

Patchouli  Essential Oil can be used to help with grounding. It dispels negativity and stimulates spiritual growth. It is most commonly the preferred oil divination.

Peppermint Essential Oil can be used to increase spiritual energy and heighten psychic awareness.

Rosemary  Essential Oil can be used to promote visions, creativity, and recall a past life. It dispels negativity and is also considered a psychic stimulant. It opens the third eye as well.

Jasmine  Essential Oil Balancing, inspiring, sensual. Attracts love, romance and sex. Stimulates psychic dreams, astral projection, creativity and visions. Encourages compassion and transcendence. Aids in meditation.

Sandalwood  Essential Oil Purifying, protective, healing. Good for meditation, astral projection, manifesting, blessings, house cleansings and releasing the past. Dispels negativity.

Frankincense Essential Oil Uplifting, balancing, purifying, protective. Good for meditation and connecting with guides. Promotes enlightenment, multidimensional awareness.
The Senate Has Just Released A Draft Of Their Very Secret Obamacare Repeal Bill
Here’s what you need to know.
By Paul McLeod

The Senate bill to repeal and replace Obamacare makes several changes to the House bill but keeps the same skeleton, including cutting almost a trillion dollars from Medicaid over a decade and letting states loosen rules on what insurance companies must cover.

After being drafted in secret over the last several weeks weeks, the Senate bill was finally unveiled Thursday morning. It follows the broad strokes of the House’s American Health Care Act.

The Senate bill is more moderate than the House bill in some ways. While both bills offer some subsidies to help people pay for insurance, the House bill did not take income into account, instead basing the subsidies on age, opening the door to major premium hikes for people with lower incomes.

The Senate bill, however, ties the credits to income, as Obamacare did. This should help mitigate the premium spikes projected in the House bill, which could have led to some low-income elderly people facing an almost 10-fold increase in out-of-pocket costs.

The Senate bill could cause a hikes in out-of-pocket costs for people who rely on the tax credit subsidies. Under Obamacare, insurance companies had to offer plans that covered 70% of a person’s total health care costs to be eligible for subsidies. Under the Senate bill, that would fall to 58%. In other words, out-of-pocket costs for people who rely on subsidies would rise by one-third.