i’m doing some design work that is not going well. i still haven’t heard anything from my job interview. i can’t seem to wake up in the mornings these days. i need to figure out what time zone kentucky is. have they had daylight savings? it’s hard scheduling to call america.
amazing cd cases and mini zines from rhi. a. maz/ ing.
rhi, any chance you can post the pics of them on here so i can reblog them? i dont have a scanner.
ha! chance will be a fine thing. i didn’t actually have time to TAKE photos of all those little babies! i was hoping you guys would! but i was going to make a few more up anyway, so i’ll do that and just pretend they are yours ;)
then sell them on the black market when yours become priceless.
“I said that a lot of people find the sight of two grown men kissing in public really creepy. I understand that homosexuals don’t understand that but that’s how a lot of us feel, Christians feel that way, Muslims, all sorts of people.”—
Speaking on behalf of all Christians and all Muslims on Question Time. Foolish little man.
by the prices of birth control. I mean really!? Do you want everyone to have babies? Handing out shitty Lifestyles and Durex condoms, and making BC cost 63923802 billion dollars. Actually the pricing (w/ insurance) went a bit like this:
$17 Tri-Sprintec (generic Ortho tri cyclen)
$40 Ortho tri cylen Lo (3 years ago I could get this with no insurance from Planned Parenthood for $10 a month, from the school for $15)
I cannot believe I’m paying more for the generic brand of something than the real deal cost pre-2007.
i know this about america. i do. but still, every time i hear/read it i am amazed. firstly that you have to pay at all. and secondly that it is so MUCH.
I don’t think I am oppossed to Nick Griffin being on Question Time on Thursday. I almost think it would be unfair on the BBC’s part to not allow him on. If they had chosen to do that, wouldn’t they just have appeared dictatorial and supporting of censorship? Isn’t it the freedom of speech, and freedom to believe in what we choose to believe in that makes us Great Britain?
I’m not suggesting Nick Griffin’s political and social idiologies are worth believing in. I’m just saying how can we stand for a open and tolerant society if we are campaigning against somebody being allowed to voice their opinions?
It will be interesting to hear what his policies are. I’m pretty sure he has none, other than racism and ignorance. Come Question Time he will be showing the nation just what he stands for, and I have faith in my country that as a whole, we do not stand for those things.