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@painaesthetic and I

@painaesthetic and I

Aphex Twin - aisatsana [102]
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garbge:

aisatsana - aphex twin

Ivy - Arch-Foe
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neonmeat:

Ivy - Arch-Foe

MY FRIENDS ARE SPIRITUAL HEALERS

70sscifiart:

Jack Kirby

70sscifiart:

Jack Kirby

Off Minor - Monday Morning Quarterbacks
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You can be vegan all you want, good for you, but not being vegan doesn't make someone a bad person. Not everyone in the world will convert to being a vegan so maybe y'all should stop being angry people and just get over it.
Anonymous

trans-vegan:

we-are-the-survivor:

cleanbodyfreshstart:

agirlnamedally:

ihearthawthorneheights:

trans-vegan:

Of course the whole world will never be vegan, but I strongly believe that someday a majority of the world will be vegan. In fact, the world will have to go mostly vegan or we are screwed, anon. Veganism is the future, out of necessity, and the UN agrees.

Animal agriculture is destroying our world. 

No, not being vegan does not make someone a bad person… but if you’re aware of the slaughter you’re contributing to and you’re able to change that and choose not to, that is extremely problematic. Especially if you mourn the deaths of companion animals, but not the ones on your plate. 

That’s it. I need to go vegan.

Super important post with lots of great links and resources. Give it a read! :)

Awesome post, please become enlightened!

Don’t go vegan,your depriving yourself of the minerals you need. Yeah you can do alternatives but it’s never enough. Why don’t we just treat animals and life like we used to? Eat the animal to survive,not to binge and waste. Just be kind to other life in general. I plan to substantial farm and maybe own a couple chickens

You are not depriving yourself of anything. You have no clue whatyou’re talking about, just like anon. It would be nice if you people would do research before you spoke, but you never do. 

Low income/poor vegans

Vegans recovering from eating disorders

Vegans allergic/sensitive to soy and/or gluten (+ soy information)

Disabled vegans

Vegans with autoimmune disorders, IBS, anemia, etc.

Homeless Vegans

Please add in or message me with any resources you’d like to see added to this list. Share if you can, and help dispel misinformation about living vegan. If you’re recently going vegan and you want some help, please feel free to message me or check out my FAQ on veganism.

WATCH WHAT YOU PAY FOR

WATCH WHAT YOU PAY FOR

Truth behind dairy

Truth behind eggs/chicken

Truth behind beef

Truth behind pork

Truth behind animal testing

Truth behind fur for fashion

Eating meat affects more than just you, it affects the planet, which is my home too, and I want it to be around for a long time. 

Veganism and the environment

Dairy plays a major role in creating climate change

Eating Vegan Is Efficient, Both Costly & Environmentally (Alternatively: Why Meat ISN’T Efficient)

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Why is raising animals for food so inefficient?

  • 70% of grain and cereals grown in U.S. are fed to farmed animals
  • it requires 16 pounds of grain to produce 1 pound of meat

What does eating meat have to do with people starving in other countries?

  • every ounce of water, grain and resources that goes towards an animal who will ultimately be slaughtered is an ounce of water or grain that could have gone to those who so desperately need it. a study published earlier this year in the journal Environmental Research Letters analyzed the world’s agriculture resource data and found that humans cutting meat from their diets could play a significant role in combating world hunger. According to the researchers, 36 percent of the total calories that come from crops are allocated to farm animal feed, but only 12 percent of those calories actually make it to people’s dinner plates. The researchers concluded that if all of the world’s crops were directly consumed by humans, there would be approximately 70 percent more food available, providing sustenance for an additional 4 billion additional people.

Check out this article, in which the UN is urging a global shift towards a vegan diet 

And last but not least… this post that says where you can get EVERYTHING while vegan.

Now please stop spreading your ignorance. 

Joyce Manor - Falling in Love Again
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destroyer-came-falling:

"Thanks for showing me around last night.
Hope you don’t think I don’t care.

Cause I do I just don’t know if I should feel this bad about you.”

rhamphotheca:

In the Shadows of Machu Picchu, Scientists Find ‘Extinct’ Cat-Sized Rodent
by Jeremy Hance
Below one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, scientists have made a remarkable discovery: a living cat-sized mammal that, until now, was only known from fossils.
The Machu Picchu arboreal chinchilla rat (Cuscomys oblativa) was first described from two enigmatic skulls discovered in Incan pottery sculpted 400 years ago. Dug up by Hiram Bignham in 1912, the skulls were believed to belong to a species that went extinct even before Francisco Pizarro showed up in Peru with his motley army.
Yet, all that changed in 2009 when a park ranger, Roberto Quispe, found what was believed to be a living Machu Picchu arboreal chinchilla rat near the original archaeological site.”In Conservation Biology this type of rediscoveries is called the Lazarus effect,” writes a team of Mexican and Peruvian scientists in a press release, who years later sought to confirm Quispe’s discovery…
(read more: MongaBay)
photograph by Roberto Quispe

rhamphotheca:

In the Shadows of Machu Picchu, Scientists Find ‘Extinct’ Cat-Sized Rodent

by Jeremy Hance

Below one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, scientists have made a remarkable discovery: a living cat-sized mammal that, until now, was only known from fossils.

The Machu Picchu arboreal chinchilla rat (Cuscomys oblativa) was first described from two enigmatic skulls discovered in Incan pottery sculpted 400 years ago. Dug up by Hiram Bignham in 1912, the skulls were believed to belong to a species that went extinct even before Francisco Pizarro showed up in Peru with his motley army.

Yet, all that changed in 2009 when a park ranger, Roberto Quispe, found what was believed to be a living Machu Picchu arboreal chinchilla rat near the original archaeological site.”In Conservation Biology this type of rediscoveries is called the Lazarus effect,” writes a team of Mexican and Peruvian scientists in a press release, who years later sought to confirm Quispe’s discovery…

(read more: MongaBay)

photograph by Roberto Quispe

moth4:

I have disgusting urges to be sweet with someone

Leonard Cohen - So Long, Marianne
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kdo:

Leonard Cohen - So Long, Marianne (1967)
Leonard Cohen
from: ”Songs of Leonard Cohen” LP

deathmetaltapes:

"Mercyfull" Fate - Don’t Break The Oath

DINO MUSIC

deathmetaltapes:

"Mercyfull" Fate - Don’t Break The Oath

DINO MUSIC

flesh-hierarchy:

Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft

flesh-hierarchy:

Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft