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beatonna:

Yes King Baby

beatonna:

Yes King Baby

muttluver:

garykingoftheworld:

by-grace-of-god:

gymgiraffe88:

by-grace-of-god:

Just a reminder for those pro-choicers who maintain that it’s “just a clump of cells”. 
Even when it IS just a couple of cells, it is a human life worthy of the right to life.

Except it’s not. At 8 weeks, a fetus does not have a brain, a set of lungs or nerves. It also has not got it’s own set of RBCs.

Week 5 - brain and nerve cells develop
Week 8 - lungs begin to form

There are TONS of various parasites that can live off the host body, cause it pain and misery, and have a brain of their own.Do you believe all the various organisms that can get inside your body and have a ‘brain’ technically speaking should not be allowed to be gotten rid of by the host body that doesn’t want them there anymore?

This argument again
A parasite is an alien creature that invades the host body.  This may be correlated to something the host has done, but it is not caused by something the host has done—e.g., you can gain a parasite by eating bad food, but your body does not create the parasite as a reaction to eating bad food.
When a host is infected with a parasite, their body will usually fight back against the parasite, even if the host is not aware of this. The parasite is not protected; the body attempts to expel it.
A baby—fetus, if you insist, although that term really only refers to one segment of the developmental period of a human child—is protected instinctively by the human body. The mother’s body creates a home, complete with nourishment.  The fetus does not seek this out, and it does not actively attempt to destroy its mother’s body—the discomfort is caused solely by the fact that another human is growing inside your body. 
A parasite will seek out whatever it can find to eat its needs, and actively attempt to progress further and further into the host’s body.  
A fetus stays where it is. It does not attempt to move from the womb. It does not seek out food—it is fed via an umbilical cord, which develops naturally as it grows.  The baby has no control over this. The only thing it’s doing is growing. It doesn’t even know enough to seek food yet. The parasite knows because that is its nature. The fetus must be taught by other human beings. 
tl;dr: This argument is really old and very flawed. 

muttluver:

garykingoftheworld:

by-grace-of-god:

gymgiraffe88:

by-grace-of-god:

Just a reminder for those pro-choicers who maintain that it’s “just a clump of cells”. 

Even when it IS just a couple of cells, it is a human life worthy of the right to life.

Except it’s not.
At 8 weeks, a fetus does not have a brain, a set of lungs or nerves. It also has not got it’s own set of RBCs.

Week 5 - brain and nerve cells develop

Week 8 - lungs begin to form

There are TONS of various parasites that can live off the host body, cause it pain and misery, and have a brain of their own.
Do you believe all the various organisms that can get inside your body and have a ‘brain’ technically speaking should not be allowed to be gotten rid of by the host body that doesn’t want them there anymore?

This argument again

A parasite is an alien creature that invades the host body.  This may be correlated to something the host has done, but it is not caused by something the host has done—e.g., you can gain a parasite by eating bad food, but your body does not create the parasite as a reaction to eating bad food.

When a host is infected with a parasite, their body will usually fight back against the parasite, even if the host is not aware of this. The parasite is not protected; the body attempts to expel it.

A baby—fetus, if you insist, although that term really only refers to one segment of the developmental period of a human child—is protected instinctively by the human body. The mother’s body creates a home, complete with nourishment.  The fetus does not seek this out, and it does not actively attempt to destroy its mother’s body—the discomfort is caused solely by the fact that another human is growing inside your body. 

A parasite will seek out whatever it can find to eat its needs, and actively attempt to progress further and further into the host’s body.  

A fetus stays where it is. It does not attempt to move from the womb. It does not seek out food—it is fed via an umbilical cord, which develops naturally as it grows.  The baby has no control over this. The only thing it’s doing is growing. It doesn’t even know enough to seek food yet. The parasite knows because that is its nature. The fetus must be taught by other human beings. 

tl;dr: This argument is really old and very flawed. 

beatonna:

King Baby says No
I’ll be honest here, I don’t know if the proper word is Lay or Lie
edit: it’s lie!

beatonna:

King Baby says No

I’ll be honest here, I don’t know if the proper word is Lay or Lie

edit: it’s lie!

whitestuffknowslimits:

heytheretylerr:

WHAT KIND OF WIZARD FISH IS THIS

DUDE THATS A BABY KAIJU

whitestuffknowslimits:

heytheretylerr:

WHAT KIND OF WIZARD FISH IS THIS

DUDE THATS A BABY KAIJU

makos-lightningrod:

one of the most underrated and bamfest moments between two fabulous characters.

Honest MBTI Stereotypes

deadlyliv:

ISTJ: Practical and down-to-earth. Probably your mother.
ISFJ: Always nice enough to be suspicious and more loyal than all your pets combined.
ISTP: Probably don’t care about you, might still kill you in your sleep though.
ISFP: Always carrying at least 4 daisy chains on them at all times; don’t take them to museums if you ever want to come out again.
INTP: That one guy hiding in their room trying to calculate exactly how much bigger the TARDIS is on the inside.
INFP: Starry-eyed idealist, so caring and sweet they might just rot your teeth out.
INTJ: 50% standoffishness, 50% being right all the time, 100% better than you.
INFJ: Spends half their time delivering melodramatic heroic monologues and the other half attempting to purify the ground they walk on.
ESTJ: 100% committed to their life partner, the rulebook.
ESFJ: Happy to make you happy to make them—could potentially create a feeling paradox.
ESTP: Probably Kanye West.
ESFP: The golden retriever you always wanted, except in human form.
ENTP: Would probably blow up the world to calculate shrapnel velocity.
ENFP: Like a bottle of fizzy soda, except with more righteousness.
ENTJ: Like an INTJ, just better at hiding the fact that they’re an asshole.
ENFJ: The world’s mother hen. May also be running ten cults of worship behind your back.

nicolas-px:

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"stop starin’ at me with them big ol’ eyes"

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catskid100:

I love this series I love these two the most