Worthog117

The musings of a Rabid, British Wolf

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basicassbutts:

worthog117:

basicassbutts:

so beyond done with this 4chan raid. you’re triggering people and that’s when it stops being a joke.

And no one gives a shit about your sensitive eggshell feelings.

Grow a fucking spine

Do you feel better now?

You lot are really so sheltered that nasty pictures on the internet is a traumatising experience. I shudder to think what happens when you go outside, in the real world, and in work.

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the-punk-prophet:

TODAY’S SPECIAL OFFER:

Vote Ukip and receive a complimentary punch to the throat

Because threatening violence to people who you disagree with is just SO morally superior.

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16o:

If you voted UKIP today I hope you get hit by a bus you homophobic, racist, closed minded cunt x

Sounds like the only closed minded cunt here is you. Wishing death upon people for having different views? You’re a lovely person in comparison.

Filed under ukip hypocrisy butthurt

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http://1nkblots.tumblr.com/post/85119990057/so-my-number-one-goal-right-now-is-to-get-a-job

judge-aramaki:

1nkblots:

judge-aramaki:

1nkblots:

So, my number one goal right now is to get a job that pays enough that I can get my own apartment, because living at home is starting to drive me crazy.

I did some calculations, and figured that, assuming I get a car, I need to be making about $2,500/month ($30,000/year) at the bare minimum…

Why should an employer have to pay more to an entry-level worker who has no skills or experience?

I’m not saying they should pay more to an entry-level worker with no experience (and by the way, “no experience” doesn’t equal “no skills,” although it seems that’s the way most employers think. I do have a bachelor degree after all, I think that automatically qualifies me for a bit more than bagging groceries, but apparently I can’t even get a job doing that. And that’s discounting the fact that I do have formal experience as a sales person, secretary, and piano player, and informal experience as a gardener, stable hand, exercise rider, editor, and artist. Apparently, there is no possible way I learned any transferrable skills from any of those jobs), I’m saying that it’s ridiculous that anyone should have to work 60 hours a week so they can afford groceries and the cheapest apartment they can find. And no one should end up stuck in the first area of work they were accepted into because they don’t have the time or money to afford to get certification or volunteer experience for the field they want to work in, or to transfer into that field as an entry-level employee.

Clearly, there is a problem with the system as it is currently set up. The government is trying to fix it by raising the price of minimum wage to $15 over the next few years (notice that $15 is what I calculated I would need), but I guarantee you that will not be enough. I don’t know enough about economics to suggest a solution, but we clearly need one. There are more unemployed people than there are jobs, this is opening the door for some of the more unscrupulous companies to take advantage of their desperate new workers, and more and more people are being forced to take on multiple jobs, making it even more difficult for people new to the workforce to get even one job. Meanwhile, there are people at the top making hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. And I’m not saying that they don’t deserve to make more money than the people at the bottom, because they more than likely worked very hard to get there, but where is the justification in making that much money when you’re not paying your lowest-level full-time employees enough to be able to support themselves?

The system is screwed up, and it needs to be fixed.

A bachelor’s degree entitles you to nothing whatsoever. What is your degree even in? A stable hand? That transfers virtually no skills outside of agricultural work.

You think you have it bad now? Just wait until the minimum wage is raised. Econ 101 shows that price floors only result in reduced demand; unemployment increases.

Go learn something useful.

Sad to see people who bought the “University will make you automatically have a good job!” Lie told to them.

Protip: Taking advice from someone with a vested interest may not always be a good idea

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afkdogisonfire:

ciscrimes:

This is awesome. Look at the look on the guy’s face… he can’t even bring himself to look at those “subhuman” LGBT*QIA people. Fucking asshole. It’s fucking disgusting what it happening in Russia at the moment and I can only commend these brave activists for risking their own safety by protesting the injustices that are happening parralel to these Olympics!

THIS JUST IN!!! MAN OPPRESSES HOMOSEXUALS FOR NOT LOOKING AT FLAG AND GOING ON WITH HIS DAY! NEWS AT 11.

afkdogisonfire:

ciscrimes:

This is awesome. Look at the look on the guy’s face… he can’t even bring himself to look at those “subhuman” LGBT*QIA people. Fucking asshole. It’s fucking disgusting what it happening in Russia at the moment and I can only commend these brave activists for risking their own safety by protesting the injustices that are happening parralel to these Olympics!

THIS JUST IN!!! MAN OPPRESSES HOMOSEXUALS FOR NOT LOOKING AT FLAG AND GOING ON WITH HIS DAY! NEWS AT 11.

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whythatsbullshit:

theonemrfoster:

lightskinjeezus:

caramelblackness:

strawberricurls:


"7 Year Old Girl Sent Home In Tears Because Her Natural Hair Is Against School Policy"The Deborah Brown Community School’s policy against “faddish” hair — “such as dreadlocks, afros, mohawks” — led to a 7-year-old girl being sent home from school in tears. Tiana Parker’s father, Terrance Parker, told KOKI that he was forced to pull his daughter out of the Tulsa charter school after administrators hassled the family about her appearance. Parker, who’s a barber, said school officials at Deborah Brown told him that Tiana’s hair didn’t look presentable.Tiana, a straight A student, wears a different school uniform now, but the same hair style, which looks perfectly fine according to her new school.The school’s dress code states “hairstyles such as dreadlocks, afros, mohawks, and other faddish styles are unacceptable.”Read the rest here (http://wp.me/p1XSAA-1hW)The Schools Facebook page :https://www.facebook.com/DeborahBrownCommunitySchoolTulsaOk


This pisses me off!!! Why the hell are dreadlocks and afros even considered “faddish hair”?!?!?!? A mohawk, I can understand, but you’re telling our girls that wearing their hair THE WAY IT GROWS OUT OF THEIR HEADS IS UNACCEPTABLE… I’m so done with this shit!! I hope her parents fight this, for real.

Notice how they banned primarily black hairstyles.

They banned all PoC hairstyles. Why? Because WHITE PEOPLE.
White people take our shit, turn it into fads and “fashion statements” - see dreadlocks and mohawks - and then ridicule the originators for sporting our own shit - see our ENTIRE FUCKING LIVES.
I hope this little girl’s parents sue the school into a hole in prehistoric Europe.

Yeah! FUCKING WHITE PEOPLE!!! How dare those white people in charge…
oh…
oh wait…


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whythatsbullshit:

theonemrfoster:

lightskinjeezus:

caramelblackness:

strawberricurls:

"7 Year Old Girl Sent Home In Tears Because Her Natural Hair Is Against School Policy"

The Deborah Brown Community School’s policy against “faddish” hair — “such as dreadlocks, afros, mohawks” — led to a 7-year-old girl being sent home from school in tears. Tiana Parker’s father, Terrance Parker, told KOKI that he was forced to pull his daughter out of the Tulsa charter school after administrators hassled the family about her appearance. Parker, who’s a barber, said school officials at Deborah Brown told him that Tiana’s hair didn’t look presentable.

Tiana, a straight A student, wears a different school uniform now, but the same hair style, which looks perfectly fine according to her new school.

The school’s dress code states “hairstyles such as dreadlocks, afros, mohawks, and other faddish styles are unacceptable.”

Read the rest here (http://wp.me/p1XSAA-1hW)

The Schools Facebook page :https://www.facebook.com/DeborahBrownCommunitySchoolTulsaOk

This pisses me off!!! Why the hell are dreadlocks and afros even considered “faddish hair”?!?!?!? A mohawk, I can understand, but you’re telling our girls that wearing their hair THE WAY IT GROWS OUT OF THEIR HEADS IS UNACCEPTABLE… I’m so done with this shit!! I hope her parents fight this, for real.

Notice how they banned primarily black hairstyles.

They banned all PoC hairstyles. Why? Because WHITE PEOPLE.

White people take our shit, turn it into fads and “fashion statements” - see dreadlocks and mohawks - and then ridicule the originators for sporting our own shit - see our ENTIRE FUCKING LIVES.

I hope this little girl’s parents sue the school into a hole in prehistoric Europe.

Yeah! FUCKING WHITE PEOPLE!!! How dare those white people in charge…

oh…

oh wait…

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Anonymous asked: "Its funny isn’t it? When did angsty teenagers start raging FOR the machine?". A good question, alot of these snowflakes are sort of what Frederic Bastiat described in the socialists of his day. They think that the law ought to be used to protect their fragile feelings and force others to live in a certain manner. I say the prevalence in leftist thought is no coincidence. Leftism is all about state control over the individual. It's hip to be leftist in this day and age.

neonationalist:

And its hilarious that they keep cheering for this fantasy government of theirs because the reality is quite far from that.  But hey, let them lobby for their own mass graves I say. .

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Indeed. There is a very credible correlation to the size of the state, and the state of individual liberty within a country. By screaming for more government they’re screaming to have a noose placed on their collective necks. As the NSA shit as shown, it’s naive to believe that the state will always work in it’s citizens interests, and they want to diminish what power the citizens have over the government with their war on guns!

Filed under USLiberalism 'Progressivism' TheStateIsNotYourFriend

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archangellesnowflake:

admiralangryaardvark:

thisisableism:

ughsocialjustice:


wtf this isn’t oppression of disabled people, this is literally the company trying to make sure that people aren’t killed or seriously maimed.
SJWs…*shakes head*

This is the dumbest fucking post I have ever seen. -the brown one

Perhaps if you’re not disabled yourself then you shouldn’t be commenting on such subjects. It’s never particularly wise to trust people who pretend to be an authority on an issue they are uneducated in. Have some gall and reblog posts from the users you feel like harassing. Don’t screenshot them so that you don’t have to deal with a response.

Perhaps if you don’t own a parasailing company you shouldn’t be commenting on such subjects. It’s never particularly wise to trust people who pretend to be an authority on an issue they are uneducated in.Regulations exist to protect both the individual and the company.  If you’ll notice the wording used is “we do not suggest” not “we forbid you”. Congrats, on solid use of your jump to conclusions mat.

"We don’t recommend you participate in this activity if you have a preexisting spinal injury/condition, as it might make it worse"
"THIS IS DISCRIMINATION, WHY DO YOU HATE THE DISABLED?!"
God… I doubt they are only advising certain people against participating in such an activity because of discrimination. Maybe they know that the particular activity has an increased risk of injury for people with certain conditions, may lead to potentially worsening of an injury, leaving people without options of compensation because of liability waivers? Just a wild concept…

archangellesnowflake:

admiralangryaardvark:

thisisableism:

ughsocialjustice:

wtf this isn’t oppression of disabled people, this is literally the company trying to make sure that people aren’t killed or seriously maimed.

SJWs…*shakes head*

This is the dumbest fucking post I have ever seen. 
-the brown one

Perhaps if you’re not disabled yourself then you shouldn’t be commenting on such subjects. It’s never particularly wise to trust people who pretend to be an authority on an issue they are uneducated in. Have some gall and reblog posts from the users you feel like harassing. Don’t screenshot them so that you don’t have to deal with a response.

Perhaps if you don’t own a parasailing company you shouldn’t be commenting on such subjects. It’s never particularly wise to trust people who pretend to be an authority on an issue they are uneducated in.

Regulations exist to protect both the individual and the company.  If you’ll notice the wording used is “we do not suggest” not “we forbid you”. Congrats, on solid use of your jump to conclusions mat.

"We don’t recommend you participate in this activity if you have a preexisting spinal injury/condition, as it might make it worse"

"THIS IS DISCRIMINATION, WHY DO YOU HATE THE DISABLED?!"

God… I doubt they are only advising certain people against participating in such an activity because of discrimination. Maybe they know that the particular activity has an increased risk of injury for people with certain conditions, may lead to potentially worsening of an injury, leaving people without options of compensation because of liability waivers? Just a wild concept…

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