RonDogg

Apr 07

There’s over 9 million users on Tumblr now. Reblog if you’re one of the few who’s never EVER left anon hate in somebody’s ask box.

churrosforthewin:

furwolf76:

If you can’t reblog this…

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NEVER HAVE NEVER WILL

That’s a fucking low number. That’s fucking sad.

Never

Mar 26
thisismyboard:

theprecariousowl:

in season goodness 🍻 #lush

Must have!!

Had it a couple weeks ago. Delish

thisismyboard:

theprecariousowl:

in season goodness 🍻 #lush

Must have!!

Had it a couple weeks ago. Delish

Mar 23

revoult:

it’s getting really annoying how eating makes you gain weight

Seriously!

Mar 16

University Lab Squeaks Past Richwood, 69 - 64 in Class 3A Title Game →

My brother’s team won state! Whoot, Whoot!

Mar 12

True story

I once went to the break room to get a pop. I only had nickels and dimes. Pop cost $1.25 at work. Some group was having a meeting. The nickels and dimes and length of time it took for this transaction were so distracting that they actually stopped their meeting to wait for me to finish my purchase. I still laugh to this day about…

Feb 14

Money is dumb

And also this, husband was voted out of his contract at the last City Council meeting. He needed 8 votes and he only got 6. He watched it live on the tele. I wonder how it felt to watch other people decide his fate. He still has the library job and he is picking up extra hours as much as they offer. Still though, in the near future there will be phone calls to cancel cable and anything else we can cut. Who cares though, as long as we can keep the house. Anyways, I wouldn’t want to be in his shoes. He’s bored… He has applied for a bunch of jobs in just over 2 weeks… Now he waits…

Feb 14
I can admit that I do feel comfortable with just the right amount of misery. I can usually get that through my job. I do not like when it overflows into my real life (the non working part of the day). This year has been crazy! I voiced my concern about my workload and my fear of making mistakes in a regulated industry and the response I got was fluff. I asked for help and suggestions… I got fluff.. At least I got it in writing so if I do make a devastating mistake I can say “I was worried this would happen. I asked for help”…. CMA til the end…

I can admit that I do feel comfortable with just the right amount of misery. I can usually get that through my job. I do not like when it overflows into my real life (the non working part of the day). This year has been crazy! I voiced my concern about my workload and my fear of making mistakes in a regulated industry and the response I got was fluff. I asked for help and suggestions… I got fluff.. At least I got it in writing so if I do make a devastating mistake I can say “I was worried this would happen. I asked for help”…. CMA til the end…

Feb 14

hipsilantibucketlist:

Sexy Art Show Opening at Ugly Mug last night!  The event had a great turnout and Samantha West warmed up the place even more with some beautiful tunes. My husband and I both showcased some work, mine pictured above,  the series of 4 brightly colored mini canvases, titled “Keep Your Power Protected.” If you missed out last night, you have until the end of the month to get over there! All work is for sale!

Ypsilanti, MI
Love this place. Proud to call it home.

Feb 07

Bobby!

My first nephew is going to be 8 next week and it kind of breaks my heart…

Feb 03

flavinbagel:

My Surprising Experience with Coca Cola’s It’s Beautiful Ad

Something specific to me in regards to this ad. See that Mexican restaurant about 27 seconds in? That place is La Mexicana Taqueria, which is a fabulously delicious and authentic restaurant in Denver’s Highland neighborhood. 

It just so happens that the evening of the Super Bowl I was dining in that exact establishment, and it was while we ate our delectable meal that this ad aired on the televisions around us. The staff was ecstatic to see the ad with their restaurant, and as we looked, there was the very restaurant in which we sat on screen. Our waitress later told us all about the filming for the ad there, and all of the decorative stuff that Coke brought in and let them keep, and the elderly gentleman you see who turned out to be her father-in-law and the owner of the establishment. It was touching to see her genuine pride and happiness that her family’s business had made it as part of a highlight in the beautiful diversity that makes America what it is. It made us feel so pleased to be right there, and lucky to have timed it so well. A very good night.

But then…

Turns out this very same ad has suddenly faced huge controversy from people outraged at the portrayal of a multilingual song of patriotism and Arab women in burqas as a part of American culture. “But, it made me feel so happy!” I cry. Too bad, it’s offensive! Obviously I don’t have to give much explanation as to why people complaining that they’re facing the unholy desecration of a song that was and still is the British freakin’ National Anthem by attributing their precious melting pot of purity and absolutely no immigrants to the shocking concept that people are different. And trying paraphrase or cite some of the YouTube comments on here is, as you may suspect, utterly pointless, as with any argument.

Happily, not every aspect of the day was ruined for me the moment I hit up the internet.  There are those who have proven that most people are standing up for the ad, and those lashing out are a vocal minority. But that’s all I seem to see these days. With how connected we are with everything in our world of instantaneous communication and monkeyspheres stretched broad and thin it seems that the tiniest thing that might (will) not even have any effect on anything will set people off in unfathomable spirals of hatred and devolving idiocy.

But anyway, how was your Sunday?

I’m super freaked out at how racist people still are… I wish racist and intolerant people would hide in the closet and be afraid of what people thought if they came out… And then everyone else could love freely and openly and flaunt it like rock stars…