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Hi, I’m April. My tumblr game is old as balls. I’m a menace. var sc_project=9360824; var sc_invisible=1; var sc_security="a06f04e4"; var scJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://secure." : "http://www."); document.write("");

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    I think though…sometimes

    I don’t know

    and I want to go live in some place like


    eff it. I was about to say Montana or Idaho but no…I’ve got it in my mind to go live in Australia with their Christian, Male president [joke]

    But seriously

    Australia is the promised land to me

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  • 12/15/12--06:07: 12/15/2012
  • I am a gun owner.

    I grew up around guns.

    And by “around guns” I mean there was a rifle that leaned against the wall near the front door.

    I remember laughing once when we had relatives in from out of town “We should probably put the gun somewhere else” My mom said… So I picked it up and put it under her bed.

    None of us ever hurt ourselves

    We all practiced shooting.

    My mom and dad both had hand guns. 

    And I was gifted one on my 18th birthday.

    One of the first dates me and beau went on was to a gun range. I “taught” him to shoot (he has terrible aim but at least he knows how to load and if he needed to fire at say a rhino then he’s good to go).

    This doesn’t make me a gun nut just someone who never felt guns couldn’t be kept safely.

    Of course they can.

    But not everyone is a group of (fairly) sane individuals who keep a gun with only the idea of hunting and the safety of their family in mind.

    And we can’t keep living in a world pretending that the framework of our country is so great that it can’t be improved upon.

    I used to think along the same lines as “From my cold, dead hands….” but it isn’t my cold,dead hands that we keep seeing. It’s movie goers, holiday shoppers, and children. It’s people going about their every day life and having it ended all because we’re just so fucking stubborn to see the truth.

    I can’t pretend anymore.

    It will be a massive undertaking and it will be hard but we need to give up the guns.


    I’m not even saying all the guns. I still think we should be allowed to keep rifles for hunting, etc. We have certain animal populations that get out of control. And there are many scenarios that would necessitate a portion of the public having some experience.

    And with extensive background checks, etc I think we should be allowed A (one) hand gun per person.

    And , of course, arm the police as much as you want.

    And have stocks of arms set to go should we ever need to protect our land on this soil. Locked away until that day comes.

    But the semi-automatics and high capacity guns in general need to go. They belong on a battlefield and that should not be America’s cities. 

    So today I no longer support the second amendment as it is currently interpreted. We HAVE to make a change if we want this to stop happening. We are too great a nation to keep allowing this. This can’t go on.

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    are you sure this is about m?

    I cannot tell a lie…I totally got a boner at this moment.

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    It seems so weird to think I am best friends with someone whom I just asked the following question:

    “I’m just curious…do you know what an OTP is?”

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  • 12/16/12--14:15: Photo

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    I regret making that post. I’m gonna delete it. Getting involved in arguments with silly people is a facebook thing.

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    *person taking bible verse out of context*

    mike wazowski: put that thing back where it came from or so help me

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    It’s weird to think my life was with someone else for ten years and then we broke up. And I was sure that I would never get over it and never go a day without thinking about him but I think about him less than I think about TV shows I watched ten years ago (Buffy was ten years ago omg!). So yeah weird. but good. I mean not the pain and breaking up but good that I got over it all.

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    Person: Hey baby did it hurt when you fell from heaven?
    Me: Are you implying that I'm satan?

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  • 12/17/12--15:18: Photo

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    I love Q. Growing up Q was my Q not Q.

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    “The Fellowship of the Ring,” by J.R.R. Tolkien

    Borrow I Read

    Hello cute boy reading on the subway….these are my pants and I am inviting you into them.

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    Christmas song parodies ->  365 12 days of Tumblr

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    “Entertainment moguls don’t have an absolute right to glorify murder.”

    - Outspoken right to bear arms advocate Joe Scarborough has reversed his position on gun control in the wake of Friday’s horrific elementary school shooting. And he’s not happy about the prevalence of violent images in pop culture, either. (via entertainmentweekly)

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  • 12/17/12--16:37: nerdyfacts: (Source.)
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    “A New Jersey teenager who launched a campaign to get Hasbro to make a gender-neutral Easy-Bake Oven is expected to meet with the toy company Monday afternoon. According to The Associated Press, the oven’s team at Hasbro invited 13-year-old McKenna Pope of Garfield, N.J., to share her thoughts and ideas. McKenna wants the company to make the pink and purple oven in more boy-friendly colors and also feature boys in their marketing for the toy. The oven, she says, reinforces gender stereotypes to the point that her younger brother thinks boys shouldn’t cook. “We continue to enforce this stereotype that men don’t cook, they work,” Pope says in a YouTube video created as part of her effort to get Hasbro to change the way it makes and markets the toy oven. Her online petition has garnered 44,000 supporters since it was launched in November and has the backing of top chefs like Bobby Flay.”

    - Girls, Boys And Toys: Rethinking Stereotypes In What Kids Play With : The Two-Way (via npr)

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    “On March 13, 1995, in the small Scottish town of Dunblane, a forty-three-year-old man, Thomas Hamilton walked into a primary school with four handguns and opened fire, methodically killing sixteen children and one adult teacher before killing himself. The unprecedented massacre of children led, within two years, to legislation that imposed a total ban on the private ownership of handguns in the United Kingdom. Today, no one in the United Kingdom can privately own a handgun or a semiautomatic weapon. There was not much hand wringing or heated debate over this legislation. It was discussed, and enacted, with overwhelming public support, in response to the mood of national shame and grief over the killings.”


    The New Yorker: “Guns and the limits of shame” (via lauraolin)

    I remember. Mostly, the people in the UK felt that not having things like this happen was a good thing. I wish these massacres would persuade the American voting public of the same thing.

    (The UK had 14 Firearm-related murders last year; the US, with a population only 5 times that of the UK, had 9,369. Per this website.)

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