Hi, got a sec?
I see a lot of messages/reblogs supporting LGBTQ, feminism, and really equality between all kinds of human beings. I feel a bit odd because it has been my belief that total equality should be obvious, so I haven’t reblogged many of the great messages in support of these movements for reform. I realize now that not reblogging these messages could be awful because spreading support and representation is extremely important.
My question to anyone willing to answer is, would it be better to spread these excellent-natured posts (perhaps with some sort of tag to help those who are already in support of this equality movement or simply for filtering purposes), or should I simply continue liking these posts?
I imagine the obvious answer is to help spread their messages by reblogging them, but I am just looking for a second opinion to ensure my conclusion is accurate.
Save this to your phones or computer and post it on other websites like twitter too!
Why would you NOT reblog this?
Ah yes because us men don’t know this, we are mindless animals who must always be reminded so
Well with all the times you fuck up, we cant really take anymore chances.
I am a man, and I recognize the need for men to acknowledge and fix the predatory nature men have garnered over “always.” It is necessary to bear the responsibility of the group as a whole, whether or not you are causing the problem.
TL;DR: You may be a tear drop in the river, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to stop the river from destroying everything in its path
you dangerous, dangerous people
That’s what I never understand about the purge movies, if all laws were suspended I still don’t want to commit fucking MURDER.
Horror is derived from equal parts ethical responsibility and the lack thereof.
Okay, decided to whip this up because of the following reasons:
1) I get this question a lot. Apparently there are a ton of folks out there that are really new to paypal and while I don’t mind helping, having a good reference page for folks that shows you exactly what to do will cut down the time I spend explaining it.
2) I’ve had two flags on my account in the past year because no one check the “No Shipping Required” box. So Paypal comes to me and says “Hey you didn’t ship our their thing!!!” but I do digital commissions…there’s nothing to ship! So this step is really important!
3) I often have to give out my Paypal email over and over for this and I figured having it in one spot might help!
There will be a new page on my blog with these images and I’ll try to keep them up to date if Paypal happens to change their format! Hope this helps you guys!
(Interested in commissioning me? Check out this page here!)
Putting this on my art blog ‘fo my folks.
NEVER MENTION ANTHRO CHARACTERS, FURAFFINITY/DEVIANTART/INKBUNNY/ETC., ANYTHING OF AN ADULT NATURE OR ANYTHING EVEN MILDLY QUESTIONABLE (EVEN AVOID THINGS LIKE TRANSGENDER). PAYPAL IS A SHITTY SERVICE AND WILL LOCK YOUR ACCOUNT DOWN WITH ALL THE MONEY INSIDE IF THIS HAPPENS.
Oh my god, seriously???
This may be a good time to mention Dwolla, a paypal like service that doesn’t do such things and charges a flat $0.25 rate for charges above 10 dollars. I have no association with the Dwolla service with the exception that I am an active user and a web developer who utilizes their API. It’s a good alternative, one many a tumblr user should be aware of. In addition, Simple.com is a great way to manage your money in an entirely internet based way. The major benefit of Simple is your bank account can have multiple “subaccounts” for goals that take away from the total amount visually shown, leaving you with a ‘safe-to-spend’ amount you need to keep above zero to keep saving. Simple’s additional plus is their effort to minimize fees in every way possible. Mint.com is an aggregator for your finances, it spans multiple accounts/banks to give you a dashboard for everything. I utilize these services, including paypal, for many things, I hope that this information is useful.
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I don’t know if these are “ramen hacks” so much as they’re “how you cook ramen.”
Am I the only one…. confused by this?
Not confused, just shit we been doing for years. I never made ramen like the package said to, I learned from Moms.
So here’s the thing about Maruchan and Top Ramen. Yes there is better ramen available. You buys those because you’re desperately poor. When I’m completely completely broke I can buy a week’s worth of ramen for $1. If that’s where I’m at, I can’t afford mushrooms, bok choy or green onions. When I *can* afford those things the last thing I want to eat them with is more goddamn ramen. Especially cause after a week or more of eating at least one ramen based meal a day you start to feel really unwell.
YOU WANNA KNOW SOME GOOD SHIT
WHEN YOU SEARCH THE TAG ‘SAD’, TUMBLR MAKES SURE YOU’RE YOU ARE FEELING OKAY BEFORE YOU GO SCROLLING THROUGH THE DEPRESSING ABYSS OF THIS TAG. SO IF YOU ARE FEELING SAD OR LONELY OR DEPRESSED, FOLLOW THEIR VERY HELPFUL GUIDANCE:
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW ARE EXPERIENCING ANY TYPE OF CRISIS, PLEASE KNOW THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO CARE ABOUT YOU AND ARE HERE TO HELP, CONSIDER CHATTING CONFIDENTIALLY WITH A VOLUNTEER TRAINED IN CRISIS INTERVENTION AT WWW.IMALIVE.ORG, OR ANONYMOUSLY WITH A TRAINED ACTIVE LISTENER FROM 7 CUPS OF TEA
THANK YOU TUMBLR!
This needs signal boosting right the fuck NOW