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Children, Crazy, and Definitely: Houston ISD * Follow HISD @HoustonISD All students this year, regardless of socioeconomic status, will receive breakfast, lunch, and dinner for FREE. blogs.houstonisd.org/news/2018/08/0 10:13 AM-27 Aug 2018 4,072 Retweets 17,872 Likes @-D @ a Maddie Schafer Follow @SchaferMaddie there are people who are mad in the comments saying that it's not free bc tax payers pick it up."·could you irric)(ine being mad that kids get to eat Houston ISD@HoustonISD All students this year, regardless of socioeconomic status, will receive breakfast, lunch, and dinner for FREE. blogs.houstonisd.org /news/2018/08/0 5:57 PM - 28 Aug 2018 from Missouri, USA 90,655 Retweets 233,296 Likes 園匎目⑤. .. for-liberty: libertarirynn: thatpettyblackgirl: Same people who are upset with this kind of thing are usually pro lifers…the irony runs so deep I’m so sick of seeing this shit about how people who aren’t crazy about tax funded programs “aReN’t PrO lIfE” because they hate children and want them starving to death. Churches have been running summer lunch programs for kids and families that can’t afford meals for years. There are tons of private charities and donations. And the fact is they’re right, these meals are not really free. Now of course I’m not mad the kids get to eat, but please don’t conflate pointing out the difference between free market charity and tax funded charity with not wanting to feed people. I might be revoking my libertarian card by saying this, but this is quite possibly one of the most worthwhile uses of tax money I’ve seen in a long time. Again, there’s no denying that this is a more worthy expenditure than many others and if this were all taxes were going to I’d be perfectly fine with it as a transition until a more private option is put in place. If I were to start eliminating taxes tomorrow the money going to food programs would definitely not be high on the list. But that’s just it, the money we spent on those programs is peanuts in the grand scheme of how much we are taxed.My point is that when people express concern over taxation, they are almost immediately accused of not caring for humanitarian efforts, as though the government is the only humanitarian organization out there when in fact the government is the most inefficient and terrible humanitarian organizations out there. The same money that goes to feed these kids goes to kill hundreds more in the Middle East. It’s absolutely ridiculous to act like the vast majority of taxes are just their “to benefit society“ instead of starting wars and lining the pockets of bureaucrats who regulate our freedoms into oblivion.
Children, Crazy, and Definitely: Houston ISD *
 Follow
 HISD @HoustonISD
 All students this year, regardless of
 socioeconomic status, will receive breakfast,
 lunch, and dinner for FREE.
 blogs.houstonisd.org/news/2018/08/0
 10:13 AM-27 Aug 2018
 4,072 Retweets 17,872 Likes
 @-D
 @ a

 Maddie Schafer
 Follow
 @SchaferMaddie
 there are people who are mad in the
 comments saying that it's not free bc tax
 payers pick it up."·could you irric)(ine being
 mad that kids get to eat
 Houston ISD@HoustonISD
 All students this year, regardless of socioeconomic status, will receive
 breakfast, lunch, and dinner for FREE. blogs.houstonisd.org
 /news/2018/08/0
 5:57 PM - 28 Aug 2018 from Missouri, USA
 90,655 Retweets 233,296 Likes
 園匎目⑤.
 ..
for-liberty:
libertarirynn:


thatpettyblackgirl:
Same people who are upset with this kind of thing are usually pro lifers…the irony runs so deep
I’m so sick of seeing this shit about how people who aren’t crazy about tax funded programs “aReN’t PrO lIfE” because they hate children and want them starving to death. Churches have been running summer lunch programs for kids and families that can’t afford meals for years. There are tons of private charities and donations. And the fact is they’re right, these meals are not really free. Now of course I’m not mad the kids get to eat, but please don’t conflate pointing out the difference between free market charity and tax funded charity with not wanting to feed people.


I might be revoking my libertarian card by saying this, but this is quite possibly one of the most worthwhile uses of tax money I’ve seen in a long time.
Again, there’s no denying that this is a more worthy expenditure than many others and if this were all taxes were going to I’d be perfectly fine with it as a transition until a more private option is put in place. If I were to start eliminating taxes tomorrow the money going to food programs would definitely not be high on the list. But that’s just it, the money we spent on those programs is peanuts in the grand scheme of how much we are taxed.My point is that when people express concern over taxation, they are almost immediately accused of not caring for humanitarian efforts, as though the government is the only humanitarian organization out there when in fact the government is the most inefficient and terrible humanitarian organizations out there. The same money that goes to feed these kids goes to kill hundreds more in the Middle East. It’s absolutely ridiculous to act like the vast majority of taxes are just their “to benefit society“ instead of starting wars and lining the pockets of bureaucrats who regulate our freedoms into oblivion.

for-liberty: libertarirynn: thatpettyblackgirl: Same people who are upset with this kind of thing are usually pro lifers…the irony runs so...

Children, Crazy, and Life: Houston ISD * Follow HISD @HoustonISD All students this year, regardless of socioeconomic status, will receive breakfast, lunch, and dinner for FREE. blogs.houstonisd.org/news/2018/08/0 10:13 AM-27 Aug 2018 4,072 Retweets 17,872 Likes @-D @ a Maddie Schafer Follow @SchaferMaddie there are people who are mad in the comments saying that it's not free bc tax payers pick it up."·could you irric)(ine being mad that kids get to eat Houston ISD@HoustonISD All students this year, regardless of socioeconomic status, will receive breakfast, lunch, and dinner for FREE. blogs.houstonisd.org /news/2018/08/0 5:57 PM - 28 Aug 2018 from Missouri, USA 90,655 Retweets 233,296 Likes 園匎目⑤. .. thatpettyblackgirl:Same people who are upset with this kind of thing are usually pro lifers…the irony runs so deepI’m so sick of seeing this shit about how people who aren’t crazy about tax funded programs “aReN’t PrO lIfE” because they hate children and want them starving to death. Churches have been running summer lunch programs for kids and families that can’t afford meals for years. There are tons of private charities and donations. And the fact is they’re right, these meals are not really free. Now of course I’m not mad the kids get to eat, but please don’t conflate pointing out the difference between free market charity and tax funded charity with not wanting to feed people.
Children, Crazy, and Life: Houston ISD *
 Follow
 HISD @HoustonISD
 All students this year, regardless of
 socioeconomic status, will receive breakfast,
 lunch, and dinner for FREE.
 blogs.houstonisd.org/news/2018/08/0
 10:13 AM-27 Aug 2018
 4,072 Retweets 17,872 Likes
 @-D
 @ a

 Maddie Schafer
 Follow
 @SchaferMaddie
 there are people who are mad in the
 comments saying that it's not free bc tax
 payers pick it up."·could you irric)(ine being
 mad that kids get to eat
 Houston ISD@HoustonISD
 All students this year, regardless of socioeconomic status, will receive
 breakfast, lunch, and dinner for FREE. blogs.houstonisd.org
 /news/2018/08/0
 5:57 PM - 28 Aug 2018 from Missouri, USA
 90,655 Retweets 233,296 Likes
 園匎目⑤.
 ..
thatpettyblackgirl:Same people who are upset with this kind of thing are usually pro lifers…the irony runs so deepI’m so sick of seeing this shit about how people who aren’t crazy about tax funded programs “aReN’t PrO lIfE” because they hate children and want them starving to death. Churches have been running summer lunch programs for kids and families that can’t afford meals for years. There are tons of private charities and donations. And the fact is they’re right, these meals are not really free. Now of course I’m not mad the kids get to eat, but please don’t conflate pointing out the difference between free market charity and tax funded charity with not wanting to feed people.

thatpettyblackgirl:Same people who are upset with this kind of thing are usually pro lifers…the irony runs so deepI’m so sick of seeing this...

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Bluetooth, Bored, and Cars: . Verizon LTE
 12:09 PM
 a houston.craigslist.org
 image 1 of 23
 TEXAS
 BNL-2934
 You want a car that gets the job done? You want a car that's
 hassle free? You want a car that literally no one will ever
 compliment you on? Well look no further.

 The 1999 Toyota Corolla
 Let's talk about features
 Bluetooth: nope
 Sunroof: nope
 Fancy wheels: nope
 Rear view camera: nope...but it's got a transparent rear
 window and you have a fucking neck that can turn
 Let me tell you a story. One day my Corolla started making a
 strange sound. I didn't give a shit and ignored it. It went
 away. The End
 You could take the engine out of this car, drop it off the
 Golden Gate Bridge, fish it out of the water a thousand years
 later, put it in the trunk of the car, fill the gas tank up with
 Nutella, turn the key, and this puppy would fucking start right
 This car will outlive you, it will outlive your children
 Things this car is old enough to do:
 Vote: yes
 Consent to sex: ves
 Rent a car: it IS a car
 This car's got history. It's seen some shit. People have done
 straight things in this car. People have done gay things ın this
 car. It's not going to judge you like a fucking Volkswagen
 would

 Interesting facts
 This car's exterior color is gray, but it's interior color is grey
 In the owner's manual, oil is listed as "optional."
 When this car was unveiled at the 1998 Detroit Auto Show, it
 caused all 2,000 attendees to spontaneously yawn. The
 resulting abrupt change in air pressure inside the building
 caused a partial collapse of the roof. Four people died. The
 event is chronicled in the documentary "Bored to Death: The
 Story of the 1999 Tovota Corolla"
 You wanna know more? Great, I had my car fill out a
 Facebook survey.
 Favorite food: spaghetti
 Favorite tv show: Alf
 Favorite band: tie between Bush and the Gin Blossoms
 This car is as practical as a Roth IRA. It's as middle-of-the-
 road as your grandpa during his last Silver Alert. It's as
 utilitarian as a member of a church whose scripture is based
 entirely on water bills
 When I ran the CarFax for this car, I got back a single piece
 of paper that said, "It's a Corolla. It's fine."
 Let's face the facts, this car isn't going to win any beauty
 contests, but neither are you. Stop lying to yourself and stop
 lying to your wife. This isn't the car you want, it's the car you
 deserve: The fucking 1999 Toyota Corolla.
 Whit
 Bayou
 BWa
catchymemes:

This man knows how to sell a car

catchymemes: This man knows how to sell a car