I need to move out.

My mom was reading Dear Abby, about two gay guys who got married and were offended at being introduced as each other’s partner when they wanted to be introduced as “Husband.”

She asked, “Which one’s the husband and which one’s the wife?”
"They’re both husbands.
A husband is male.
A wife is female,” I said.
"Well, one of them has to be the wife.
One of them is more feminine.”
"Being more feminine doesn’t mean you want to be a woman or you’re gonna get a sex change.
They’re both men.
Gay men.
Tom’s husband is Jerry.
Jerry’s husband is Tom.”
"I guess that makes sense," she said, "All lesbians look like men anyway."
"What are you even talking about?" I asked, frustrated.
"They all look like men, and they’re all fat, so you may as well date a man."
"Please, stop."

I walked away.

I wanted to slap her.


1. What is the one band/musician that you will always change the radio station to avoid?


2. Do you like taxation? Why or why not?

Because theft is always wrong.
Other people have no right to the fruits of one’s labor and it makes no difference whether you threaten someone to get what they’ve earned or let the government do it for you.
Theft is theft.

3. What’s one language you’ve always wanted to learn?


4. If you could master one instrument, what would it be?

Acoustic guitar.

5. How well do you tan?

Like beef jerky, baby.
I’m part Jew and part Native.

6. Name one book you claimed to have read for school, but lied about?

The Plague Dogs.

We had to read three books by one author and I chose Richard Adams, but had a bunch of APs and only had time to read two.
Watership Down is still one of my favorite books though, so I’m glad I chose him.

7. What’s your dream school, or if you’ve graduated, your dream company?

Focus Features.

8. What is your favorite swear?

It might actually be “Asshole.”
I call people that a lot, but only when there assholes.
And there are a lot of assholes in this life.

9. What is the thing you most often think of when you think of me?

You seem like a spunky broad who knows what’s up.

10. Sunsets or sunrises?

I think sunrises are prettier, but if I’m asleep when they occur, I appreciate that.

11. Tell me an awkward date/crush story.

The first time a gentleman caller came to my house, my dad was really belligerent.
"So, who the hell are you?”
And grilled him for like 20 minutes.
The end.

My questions:

1). What’s your favorite scary movie?

2). What’s something you like about yourself?

3). What’s your dream vehicle?

4). If you could have any job in the world, what would you like to do?

5). Favorite TV theme song of all time?

6). What’s one of your talents (I’m sure you have many)?

7). Who’s your favorite actress?

8). What’s your favorite board game?

9). In what season are you happiest?

10). What song is your favorite right now?

11). How would you describe me to someone who doesn’t know anything about me?

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therealashleydionne said: I'd live in a gingerbread house with you. You're funny. It could make for a super weird sitcom ;)


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Oh, they’d never let me on.

I feel like I finally kind of got my life together.

If someone who isn’t male or just interested in sex would ask me out now, that’d be totally boss.

I HATE when girls swear



It hurts. Hearing a cute voice say such foul things. It makes me sad.. If you want make to me sad be a girl and swear..

shut the fuck up

Maybe we wouldn’t fucking swear if you weren’t such an overbearing dickbag.

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At least 1,400 cases of ‘appalling’ sexual exploitation revealed in UK report - Girls as young as 11 were groomed for rape by Pakistani gang - Social workers and authorities turned a blind eye out of fear of being racist or emboldening the right wing


(CNN) — Hundreds of children have been systematically raped, beaten and sex trafficked in a northern English town for more than 12 years. And it is still going on, a government commissioned report says.

The “appalling” revelations also expose cultural tensions and lack of communication between authorities and the town’s ethnic minorities that may have helped stop it.

Social counselors saw evidence of sexual exploitation early on, but turned a blind eye, according to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham.

The city’s government recently made the inquiry’s report available on its website.

And so the abuses amassed, which included gang rape and death threats at gunpoint.

At least 1,400 cases of abuse went on between 1997 and 2013 — a conservative estimate, the report says. This year, specialist investigators are handling 51 cases. Other teams are looking at additional cases.

Torturous sexual abuse

The exploitation has reached a level tantamount to torture, according to the report.

"There were examples of children who had been doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, threatened with guns, made to witness brutally violent rapes and threatened they would be next if they told anyone," the report says.

Some victims were not even in their teens.

"Girls as young as 11 were raped by large numbers of male perpetrators," the inquiry says.

The report accuses politicians, social services and police of “blatant” failure to stop them, citing an inability to traverse cultural barriers with Rotherham’s small Muslim community.

Fear of label of racism

The perpetrators often worked together and were mostly of Pakistani heritage; the victims were mostly white girls, the report says.

An earlier report said that “Asian” gangs originally were exploiting women and girls “for their personal gratification” but later turned to making money with it, passing girls around.

Social counselors often took a hands-off approach to the cases for fear of being branded as racists or stoking a right-wing backlash in the city.

"Several (counselors) interviewed believed that by opening up these issues they could be ‘giving oxygen’ to racist perspectives that might in turn attract extremist political groups and threaten community cohesion. To some extent this concern was valid, with the apparent targeting of the town by groups such as the English Defence League," the report says.

Though known victims were mostly white, the report delved into an underbelly of alleged systematic abuse by select groups of Asian men against women in their own ethnic groups.

These often go unreported, because the victims fear vengeance or public shame in their communities, the report says. Perpetrators may be using that fear to blackmail these victims into continued sexual servitude.

Community left out

Cultural differences also hindered effective involvement with concerned members of Rotherham’s Pakistani community.

Authorities turned to male community leaders and imams and greatly left out women. Many ethnic Pakistani women told the Inquiry that it made them feel disenfranchised and prevented people from speaking openly about abuse.

Members of both genders said they missed any direct engagement on the topic by officials. “This needed to be addressed urgently, rather than ‘tiptoeing’ around the issue,” the report said.

Under the rug

Some social counselors also hoped cases they were seeing were one-off occurrences and hoped they would go away. That may have been bolstered by the fact that the vast majority of child sexual abusers in Britain are white males.

Research reports on the problem began appearing a few years ago, but they had little effect.

"The first of these reports was effectively suppressed, because some senior officers disbelieved the data it contained," the report said.

Social services managers downplayed the problem. Officials thought reports were exaggerated. Law enforcement gave it little importance.

"Police gave no priority to (child sexual abuse), regarding many child victims with contempt and failing to act on their abuse as a crime," the report said.

»”Several (counselors) interviewed believed that by opening up these issues they could be ‘giving oxygen’ to racist perspectives that might in turn attract extremist political groups and threaten community cohesion. To some extent this concern was valid, with the apparent targeting of the town by groups such as the English Defence League,” the report says.


The frack is wrong with the UK. Political Correctness over justice…

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Surely it’s not that government stifles progress, holds people in poverty, invades privacy, wastes enormous amounts of money, regulates businesses into oblivion, attacks religious liberty, and erodes personal liberty. No, it’s just that “cynical geniuses” in the Republican party have tricked…

You sure that wasn’t you just doing what you do, Barry?

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"You’re gonna do great today"

"You gonna catch that lazer today."



"You’re gonna do great today"

"You gonna catch that lazer today."

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"Why is a porn blog following me"

— Ancient tumblr user proverb

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Anonymous said: Are you into girls?


Is the Pope Catholic?