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  • Doctor: do you drink or smoke?
  • Me: no
  • Doctor: (under his breath) what a loser



theres nooo waaaay you caaaaan stooooop



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The word rape comes from the Latin word rapere, which means “to steal, seize, or carry away.”

The first definition of rape in The Random House Dictionary is still “the act of seizing and carrying off by force.”

The second definition, with which you are probably familiar, defines rape as “the act of physically forcing a woman to have sexual intercourse.”

For the moment, I will refer exclusively to the first definition of rape, that is, “the act of seizing and carrying off by force.”

Rape precedes marriage, engagement, betrothal, and courtship as sanctioned social behavior. In the bad old days, when a man wanted a woman he simply took her—that is, he abducted and fucked her. The abduction, which was always for sexual purposes, was the rape. If the raped woman pleased the rapist, he kept her. If not, he discarded her.

Women, in those bad old days, were chattel. That is, women were property, owned objects, to be bought, sold, used, and stolen—that is, raped. A woman belonged first to her father who was her patriarch, her master, her lord. The very derivation of the word patriarchy is instructive. Pater means owner, possessor, or master. The basic social unit of patriarchy is the family. The word family comes from the Oscan famel, which means servant, slave, or possession. Paterfamilias means owner of slaves. The rapist who abducted a woman took the place of her father as her owner, possessor, or master.

Rape, then, is the first model for marriage. Marriage laws sanctified rape by reiterating the right of the rapist to ownership of the raped. Marriage laws protected the property rights of the first rapist by designating a second rapist as an adulterer, that is, a thief. Marriage laws also protected the father’s ownership of the daughter. Marriage laws guaranteed the father’s right to sell a daughter into marriage, to sell her to another man. Any early strictures against rape were strictures against robbery—against the theft of property. It is in this context, and in this context only, that we can understand rape as a capital crime.



Canada, we seem nice, but we’re hella into anal

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Here is Part 1

I was surprised to receive such a huge positive feedback. Some people found it very comforting and that’s awesome.

Basically to recap a medium is someone who can sense the other side, and this is what they have to say about life after death.

None of this is scientifically backed up at all but it sure is fascinating. 

Has mediums ever said something about aliens?

  • In the books that I have read yes, there are other being but we (humans) don’t really associate with them. The dead have not said much about who they are or what they look like, but it has been hinted that they are present. 

What about reincarnation? 

  • According to them yes reincarnation happens. Now many times you come back depends on how many times you need it. We live on this Earth to learn lessons. You could be a Chinese peasant farmer to learn the value of hard-work if you are a lazy soul or you could reincarnate into a supermodel if you suffered from low self esteem. The point is to reach a balance, an ultimate understanding, a master of some sort of to learn all these lessons out there.

Does karma exist?

  • Yes it does exist, there is a balance between bad and good. I read of one example, so a guy was always jealous of his older brother. His older brother was more successful, had a good job, a loving wife and children. He couldn’t understand why his life turned out so low and his older brother so amazing. It turns out that in a past life, he was a “tough kid” and his older brother was a school mate who he used to abuse and bully multiple times. 

What happens to really, really bad people?

  • They aren’t “punished” in the sense as in they are tortured by an outside force for their deeds, but their own horrible crimes punish themselves. They will look back at all they did and feel the pain of everyone they ever tormented. They will feel exactly what they felt. Their own negative energy engulfs them. They have a chance to improve themselves. There are special spirit guides sent to help them and heal them. They can reincarnate to learn for themselves some hardships. So perhaps someone like Hitler would be a prisoner of war in his next life in order to learn from his horrible mistakes. 

What about ghosts?

  • Some spirits are earth bound, some don’t like to let go. Some want to stay around and check up on their loved ones. Some have unfinished business. 

Do animals have souls?

  • They definitly do. Dogs, cats. They are like us trying to learn new lessons. I haven’t read much into this but I know they do. 

I hope you enjoyed, and I recommend books by James Van Praagh and Concetta Bertoldi. Those are the mediums I trust! 

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"In Utero is a testament to the artistic vision of Kurt Cobain. It’s kind of a weird record, and it’s strangely beautiful at the same time." - Krist Novoselic

"When I listen back to this stuff, it’s like it makes me sort of feel the way I felt then, because it’s so real." - Dave Grohl

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u have lips ….. i have lips …… interesting 

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