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~ Tuesday, July 22 ~
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johnskylar:

cootyxqueen:

quizicalgin:

hawayso:

MISSING
Suad Wardere, 15, was last seen on the morning of July 9 in the Jane Street and Finch Avenue West area. TORONTO POLICE SERVICE
She is described as black, five-feet five-inches tall, 110 pounds, with a thin build and black hair.
Wardere was wearing a pink hijab, a long navy blue dress and a white shirt.
Police are concerned for her safety.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Toronto Police Service at 416-808-3100 or Kingston Police Force at 1-613-549-4660, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637).
Please keep Suad in your Duas may she be found safe insha’allah

get her home get her home!

EVERYONE REBLOG THIS SHIT BECAUSE SHE’S NOT WHITE AND Y’ALL KNOW IF A WHITE BITCH GOES MISSING PPL ARE GONNA CARE MORE

Link corroborating this as a legit missing persons report and not one of those false ones that help an abuser track someone down.

Reblogging on the off chance that one of y’all are in Toronto, or know people in Toronto…

johnskylar:

cootyxqueen:

quizicalgin:

hawayso:

MISSING

Suad Wardere, 15, was last seen on the morning of July 9 in the Jane Street and Finch Avenue West area. TORONTO POLICE SERVICE

She is described as black, five-feet five-inches tall, 110 pounds, with a thin build and black hair.

Wardere was wearing a pink hijab, a long navy blue dress and a white shirt.

Police are concerned for her safety.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Toronto Police Service at 416-808-3100 or Kingston Police Force at 1-613-549-4660, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637).

Please keep Suad in your Duas may she be found safe insha’allah

get her home get her home!

EVERYONE REBLOG THIS SHIT BECAUSE SHE’S NOT WHITE AND Y’ALL KNOW IF A WHITE BITCH GOES MISSING PPL ARE GONNA CARE MORE

Link corroborating this as a legit missing persons report and not one of those false ones that help an abuser track someone down.

Reblogging on the off chance that one of y’all are in Toronto, or know people in Toronto…

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~ Monday, July 21 ~
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So I heard a trailer came out today?

I suppose now would be a good time to establish that squealing at gay intimacy is Not Cool when watching a film in which institutionalized homophobia kills a man who did as much as anyone else to save his nation from destruction. I don’t care if you’re aroused watching Ben C. snog another guy; have some respect for Turing’s story.

(Also, I suspect the producers want to strangle the Daily Mail writer who assumed “fiancee” = “love interest” and not “failed experiment in heterosexuality”. And Steven Moffat, for reasons that I leave as an exercise for the reader.)

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~ Sunday, July 20 ~
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britishmenarehot:

They are such teases!!

They should get on Tumblr. We’d get it to 100K by noon tomorrow. Noon tomorrow GMT.

britishmenarehot:

They are such teases!!

They should get on Tumblr. We’d get it to 100K by noon tomorrow. Noon tomorrow GMT.

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~ Tuesday, July 1 ~
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~ Monday, June 30 ~
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Five Catholic Men In Black Robes, Trying To Stop Women From Getting Contraception

Is this the majority of the Hobby Lobby case or an alternate universe version of the Vatican? Really?

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joshreads:

hey guys the supreme court is in the business now of deciding which of your religious beliefs are important enough to merit legal protection and which aren’t, so that’s pretty cool i guess

See, I’m trying to figure out what the difference between the contraceptive mandate and the blood transfusion mandate is. While the opinion only directly concerns contraceptives which some claim can prevent the implantation of a fertilized egg, would future courts limit this to this class of contraceptives or widen it to all contraceptives? If the former, then I suppose companies can ask their insurers to create plans that exclude coverage for drugs linked to increased chances of miscarriage, such as ibuprofen and other anti-inflammatory drugs.
However, because the opinion keeps linking Hobby Lobby’s asking for a religious exemption to various Catholic charities objecting to paying for any contraception, I suspect the latter. If the latter, I don’t see how you can distinguish between a religious doctrine that’s against contraception and other religious doctrines concerning medical treatment, such as Jehovah’s Witnesses’ injunction against blood transfusions, Scientologists’ ban on psychiatry, and Christian Scientists’ refusal of all medical treatment. (Medical necessity? Some women can’t survive pregnancy; if a woman who has been cautioned against pregnancy is raped and isn’t already on birth control, it’s either Plan B or hope possibly followed by an abortion.) There’s a reason why Alito used the example of religious opposition to vaccines as his “no, this totally won’t apply to other medical treatments” example—pregnancy, unlike tetanus and whooping cough, is not considered a public health risk.

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joshreads:

hey guys the supreme court is in the business now of deciding which of your religious beliefs are important enough to merit legal protection and which aren’t, so that’s pretty cool i guess

See, I’m trying to figure out what the difference between the contraceptive mandate and the blood transfusion mandate is. While the opinion only directly concerns contraceptives which some claim can prevent the implantation of a fertilized egg, would future courts limit this to this class of contraceptives or widen it to all contraceptives? If the former, then I suppose companies can ask their insurers to create plans that exclude coverage for drugs linked to increased chances of miscarriage, such as ibuprofen and other anti-inflammatory drugs.

However, because the opinion keeps linking Hobby Lobby’s asking for a religious exemption to various Catholic charities objecting to paying for any contraception, I suspect the latter. If the latter, I don’t see how you can distinguish between a religious doctrine that’s against contraception and other religious doctrines concerning medical treatment, such as Jehovah’s Witnesses’ injunction against blood transfusions, Scientologists’ ban on psychiatry, and Christian Scientists’ refusal of all medical treatment. (Medical necessity? Some women can’t survive pregnancy; if a woman who has been cautioned against pregnancy is raped and isn’t already on birth control, it’s either Plan B or hope possibly followed by an abortion.) There’s a reason why Alito used the example of religious opposition to vaccines as his “no, this totally won’t apply to other medical treatments” example—pregnancy, unlike tetanus and whooping cough, is not considered a public health risk.

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~ Sunday, June 29 ~
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OH MY GAWD (Endeavour spoilers)

joshg1973:

The second series of Mad Men Ah, Endeavour is on PBS in the States, and they’ve filched elements of Mad Men, those bastards, those clever bastards!

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Wait, didn’t they announce that it was Lane calling?

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~ Tuesday, June 3 ~
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For the six of us still following this tag…

From Elle UK:

Keira also showed us pictures of her second, until-now-secret wedding dress, a bespoke Valentino covered in prink roses, and talked about her long-standing friendship with Benedict Cumberbatch, and why she is very glad she didn’t have to kiss him in their film, The Imitation Game, out this November.

In true mathematics text fashion, I leave the implications of the above sentence as an exercise for the reader.

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~ Friday, May 16 ~
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Come on, let’s pass the math joke around Tumblr…

Come on, let’s pass the math joke around Tumblr…

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~ Tuesday, April 22 ~
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