Ecosaurus

Ecosaurus Observing Society Dann's way as an Environmentalist and Civil Rights Activist

disneypixar:

Our favorite love story, in three frames.

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disneypixar:

Our favorite love story, in three frames.

We all ask ourselves at some point in our lives, “What purpose for I exist?” And its the same answer that we must convey: For the sake of biodiversity, for the sake of oneself and their egotistic goals from their subconscious, for the sake of  discovery of not just oneself but a cosmopolitic community, or for the sake of humanitarian salvation. To some people, none of these aliments fulfills one’s destiny.

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onyx-ceptable:

take me here

and I will love you FOREVER

(Source: adamhastopoop)

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eneeli:

….Is this Pokemon?

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eneeli:

….Is this Pokemon?

fypblog:

source: reddit
submitter: thenewsfromyourbed

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fypblog:

source: reddit

submitter: thenewsfromyourbed

Lost at Pokemon TCG for the first time

sad sad 

When someone says they hate Pokemon:

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pokemonaddy:

(Source: doingitthelavarnway)

"<3 <3 <3 <3"

Asked by freehugsforzombies

who the fuck is this guy

Not All Tax Relief is Created Equal

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climateadaptation:

Whaaattt???? Republicans want to raise taxes on me, but not on the rich???? WHY?

“News flash: Congressional Republicans want to raise your taxes,” writes the Associated Press this morning in a story that explains how Congress will allow the payroll tax break to expire come January 1. Currently, workers pay 6.2 percent of their wages in taxes that go toward Social Security; employers pay an equal amount. Last December, Congress approved Obama’s request that workers only pay 4.2 percent for the following year while keeping employers’ rates the same. The president is asking Congress to extend the policy to help take pressure off the millions of workers who pay more in payroll taxes than in federal income taxes. The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office says that payroll tax reductions give the economy a short-term boost.

Republicans are arguing that this tax cut will push the deficit higher, and they’re not wrong: A 12-month reduction will cost the government $120 billion this year. But they refuse to let the Bush tax cuts expire, arguing that doing so would amount to a tax increase — and Republicans are anti-tax, no matter what. Don’t worry, House Republicans have a good explanation for this dissonance: “Not all tax relief is created equal.”

(Source: theamericanprospect)

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i like penis