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I’m no libertarian but if you’ve raised the money to take Charlie Gard out for alternative treatment by qualified medical professionals in a foreign country, get an offer of a place from the Vatican pediatric hospital and are denied the right to travel with your son there, that’s barbaric.

I’m utterly uncompromising on this issue, not least because of the story of Ashya King, whose parents sought a previously experimental form of radiotherapy for their son, travelled to the Czech Republic for the treatment and were chased across Europe by a band of uppity National Health Service nursing staff, British police and bundled into a car by Spanish Guardia Civil under a Europe-wide arrest warrant meant for mafiosi and terrorists.

Two years later and Ashya is healthy after undergoing proton beam therapy, which is now available on the National Health Service. *After* it would have killed Ashya to protect it’s monopoly. 

Last year a supine documentary produced by the state broadcaster sought to essentially do PR for the NHS staff who had conspired with the police to issue an EAW despite never accusing the family of a crime for, and I’m actually quoting BBC News here, “kidnapping” their son.

It comes down to whether parents are the ultimate authority on what to do with their own child. I’m pragmatic enough to believe this is a more grey-ish area than it seems, but it’s not this grey. Charlie’s parents should be allowed to seek treatment elsewhere.

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Headcanon: Cruz Ramirez

Headcanon where Cruz has hispanic parents or grandparents who only spoke Spanish as she grew up so she learned the language young. When she gets overwhelmed or frustrated she goes on this nintey-second rant in Spanish and it genuinely shocks everyone around. Some people didn’t know she spoke Spanish, others were stunned that such profanity could come from such an innocent bean.


Sebastian Vettel team radios during the season:

➟ Spanish GP 2017, Qualifying

Quick Guide to Practical Magick

How to create a practical and results oriented ritual
quickly and simply.

By Dead Jellyfish

What follows is a brief and simple guide to Practical Magick and the steps
involved in creating a Result Oriented Ritual — that is a ritual focus on getting
laid, getting rich, or getting even. The material that follows is presented under the psychological model of Magick — that there are no external gods or beings
assisting in the Magick ritual, that the work being done arises from the Self.

Step One: The Statement of Intent

The first and most important step in creating a ritual is making a Statement of
Intent. It is desirable to make the Statement of Intent as precise as possible, while
endeavouring to keep it simple. Excessive complication reduces the probability of success for the working. Statements of Intent such as “It is my Will to have a
lover who is tall, intelligent, blonde, speaks Spanish, has a red car, drinks coffee,
doesn’t smoke, has two sisters, has no thumbs, loves animals, plays Dungeons
and Dragons, likes video games, etc.” have very poor odds of working.

While over complication is undesirable, so is the opposite. Being very vague will increases the odds of success greatly, but it will also increase the odds of
achieving a result that is not desirable. A Statement of Intent such as “It is my
Will to have a lover” will very likely be successful — but that lover could be ugly,
unintelligent, have a poor personality, or any of a number of other problems. Be careful what you ask for. You may just get it.

anonymous asked:

With that gorgeous gun of his, I can't help but think of Dean having a gun kink. He's careful, oh so careful, but it's sexy when he's got that cool metal against your skin.

You know that thought crossed my mind after I posted that kink ask last night. But honestly if I got into that line of thinking then the kinks expanded. Gun kink, Classic car kink, Spanish kink, Asian kink, Anime Kink, rock music kink…I could go on. And as for gun play, I have just learned within the past few months that this was a thing and tbh I don’t fully understand it, but it is fun to think about what Dean would be like all worked up with a gun in his hands. And then to watch him hold/clean/shoot said gun with memories of you attached to it.

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anonymous asked:

I am an adult trying to learn Spanish, but have been struggling. With a full time job and other life requirements I can't spend tons of time studying, but small daily amounts have not seemed to work. I've tried apps, podcasts, and flashcards but don't seem to retain much. After a short time I seem to lose most of what I thought I'd learned. Do you have any advice?

I understand the struggle of work and life requirements. I would recommend that you integrate Spanish into more of your daily life. In other words:

  • Change the settings on your phone and TV to Spanish.
  • Watch more Spanish news and television shows.
  • Listen to Spanish in your car through podcasts or music.
  • Find a language exchange partner and commit to a once a month or once a week meeting with him or her.
  • Translate vocabulary throughout your day. As you go about your day and see objects, translate them into Spanish in your head. You’ll find that you don’t know words for many things and you’ll get curious about looking them up.

I know that learning a language isn’t easy but when you’re a busy person you’re going to have to actively look for ways to integrate the language into your daily life. You might come to a point in your life when you can dedicate more time to language learning and imagine all the knowledge you will accumulate if you start off right now in these small ways. 

Best of luck!