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martinekenblog:

Emily Rose Murray is a fantastic tattoo artist based in Australia, actually she works from a private studio in Melbourne.

More here

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veganarchismdaybyday:

Animal Liberation and Social Revolution by Brian A. Dominick

Read it online for free here.
Jul 27, 2014 / 58 notes

veganarchismdaybyday:

Animal Liberation and Social Revolution by Brian A. Dominick

Read it online for free here.

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Jul 27, 2014 / 3,026 notes

touchdisky:

blurred vision 

masaki ueda

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tan-the-man:

themajesticalnarwhal:

He looks so strange without the mustache. 

You mean damn fine.

*fans self* im in love with pornstache

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tacobell-canon:

Ladypug.

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thievinggenius:

Tattoo done by Mitchell Allenden.
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Jul 27, 2014 / 203 notes

thievinggenius:

Tattoo done by Mitchell Allenden.

@sneakymitch

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cuntry-grammar:

conair really been holdin us down throughout the years
Jul 27, 2014 / 74,172 notes

cuntry-grammar:

conair really been holdin us down throughout the years

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artafrica:

©Daniel Naudé, Group of Ankole cattle. Kiruhura district, Western Region, Uganda, 2012
Jul 27, 2014 / 2,412 notes

artafrica:

©Daniel Naudé, Group of Ankole cattle. Kiruhura district, Western Region, Uganda, 2012

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Jul 27, 2014 / 461 notes

ryanofgilead:

ink-its-art:

Mariusz Trubisz

I like these, but I’m concerned the last one will turn into a smudgy blob in five years

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Jul 27, 2014 / 12,523 notes

heyfunniest:

Armadillo

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urbancheff:

Kiyomi’s dinner of pinto beans & quinoa with Vegedog™ supplement & a dash of garlic. Going to mix in a bit of Natural Balance vegan formula kibble for added crunch.

If by spoiled you mean abused.

Oh, muck your fother.
This was not “abuse.” (She is not vegan anymore, not that you care). This was not some kid vivisecting a black cat on Halloween or kicking their dog in the ribs out of anger. This was someone carefully formulated vegan wet food & AAFCO certified vegan kibbles under veterinary supervision, and the moment I sensed it wasn’t working out, I brought animal products back into her diet. Again, she has never been, nor will ever be “abused.”
In fact, to say she was, is insulting all the victims of *actual* animal abuse - like idk - the kind people pay to have on their plates every night.
You should be ashamed of your ridiculous hyperbole.

Neglect is a form of abuse. Ignorance does not excuse it.

Nor was she “neglected.” LOL why are you still talking?
Go do something productive kiddo

Um, yeah. Failing to provide for your dog is neglect. And just because there are more extreme cases of abuse doesn’t in any way minimize this form of it.

I did not fail to provide for her either, so, you still have no point
This is getting awkward

You failed to provide a species appropriate diet that your dog could be healthy on.

Except, no, I didn’t - she’s not vegan anymore. And she was fit as a fiddle on her vegan diet for 6 months according to her blood tests - I only brought animal products back into her diet after I noticed her coat getting dull.
Again, when you call a person who fed a vet-approved vegan diet to their dog with no ill effects & who quit it the moment he sensed it wasn’t good for her BEFORE she developed any nutritional deficiencies an “animal abuser,” you diminish the seriousness of the label.
Now, if I was still feeding my dog vegan kibbles, after noticing her coat getting dull & after getting blood tests that revealed nutritional deficiencies, I would say you would have every right right to call me an animal abuser.
But I’m not & you don’t.

Actually I have this thing called freedom of speech and I have the right to call you whatever I want (:

Ah, OK, so, because you *can* call someone something, you should
I had a suspicion I was talking to a child, and you just confirmed it
Now fuck off my blog.
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lesbianfightclub:

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urbancheff:

Kiyomi’s dinner of pinto beans & quinoa with Vegedog™ supplement & a dash of garlic. Going to mix in a bit of Natural Balance vegan formula kibble for added crunch.

If by spoiled you mean abused.

Oh, muck your fother.

This was not “abuse.” (She is not vegan anymore, not that you care). This was not some kid vivisecting a black cat on Halloween or kicking their dog in the ribs out of anger. This was someone carefully formulated vegan wet food & AAFCO certified vegan kibbles under veterinary supervision, and the moment I sensed it wasn’t working out, I brought animal products back into her diet. Again, she has never been, nor will ever be “abused.”

In fact, to say she was, is insulting all the victims of *actual* animal abuse - like idk - the kind people pay to have on their plates every night.

You should be ashamed of your ridiculous hyperbole.

Neglect is a form of abuse. Ignorance does not excuse it.

Nor was she “neglected.” LOL why are you still talking?

Go do something productive kiddo

Um, yeah. Failing to provide for your dog is neglect. And just because there are more extreme cases of abuse doesn’t in any way minimize this form of it.

I did not fail to provide for her either, so, you still have no point

This is getting awkward

You failed to provide a species appropriate diet that your dog could be healthy on.

Except, no, I didn’t - she’s not vegan anymore. And she was fit as a fiddle on her vegan diet for 6 months according to her blood tests - I only brought animal products back into her diet after I noticed her coat getting dull.

Again, when you call a person who fed a vet-approved vegan diet to their dog with no ill effects & who quit it the moment he sensed it wasn’t good for her BEFORE she developed any nutritional deficiencies an “animal abuser,” you diminish the seriousness of the label.

Now, if I was still feeding my dog vegan kibbles, after noticing her coat getting dull & after getting blood tests that revealed nutritional deficiencies, I would say you would have every right right to call me an animal abuser.

But I’m not & you don’t.

Actually I have this thing called freedom of speech and I have the right to call you whatever I want (:

Ah, OK, so, because you *can* call someone something, you should

I had a suspicion I was talking to a child, and you just confirmed it

Now fuck off my blog.