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mushrooomz:

Most meat eaters may be unaware that more than 70% of all beef and chicken in the United States, Canada and other countries is being treated with poisonous carbon monoxide gas. It can make seriously decayed meat look fresh for weeks. The meat industry continues to allow this toxic gas injection into many of the meat products people consume on a daily basis. The question is, how many people have become ill by this chemically altered meat that is being sold to families all over the world? (Taken with Instagram)

This video has more info from somewhat reputable sources.

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I’m curious. Who are you people suddenly following a blog that’s been dead for almost a year? I just got 3 follows in about as many hours after many months of nothing.

Also, I had something in my drafts so I guess I’ll post that while I’m here.

gofucksomecrack:

damn this is some good shit

These things terrified me when I was a kid.

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malformalady:

A little Syrian boy cleaning up a blood soaked floor.

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I’m 31 and last night I dreamt I couldn’t find the right classroom.

sharkchunks:

I told my mother about it.  She’s 66.  She tells me she has dreams like that still. 

School causes PTSD. 

Accessory breasts, also known as polymastia, supernumerary breasts, or multiple breast syndrome, is the condition of having an additional breast. Extra breasts may appear with or without nipples or areolae. It is a condition and a form of atavism which is most prevalent in male humans, and often goes untreated as it is mostly harmless.

In some cases, the accessory breast may not be visible at the surface. In these cases, it may be possible to distinguish their appearance from normal breast tissue with MRI. In other cases, accessory breasts have been known to lactate, as illustrated in a woodcut showing a child nursing at ectopic breast tissue on the lateral thigh.

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bnnbtbhjl:

David Lynch

 The Alphabet


1968

beautiful

for some reason this gives me the jeebies.

The pledge of allegiance

Today on facebook a relative’s wife shared a text-picture that read something along the lines of “Back in my day we said the pledge of allegiance hand over heart every day in school and now these cowards are taking it away from us, share if you’re not afraid.” As an American-Canadian who grew up in the states,

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they don’t call me a longneck for nothin’