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Beautiful, Cats, and Crying: delthefunkyhomosexual: cryoverkiltmilk: kindaoffkilter: bemusedlybespectacled: linkislost: sighinastorm: tooiconic: lafayettelabaguette: beasti: clarenecessities: sapphic-matriarchy: system-fail-ure: karinanotcinerina: retro-geek: ultrafacts: gatochick: ultrafacts: pizzaismylifepizzaisking: majikkant: ultrafacts: Source Video of Tama Follow Ultrafacts for more facts The picture in the background of the second one Tama is boss THE TRAINS HAVE CARTOON TAMAS ON THEM Sad update everyone, Tama recently passed away… An estimated 3,000 people, including railway officials, attended Tama the cat’s funeral on Sunday, days after she died of heart failure aged 16. [x] For those who haven’t read articles about it, the local shrine elevated her to a god. She’s now the Eternal Stationmaster and patron god of the station. Beautiful. Now I’m crying thanks and a new cat was hired right? yep! her name is Nitama (essentially ”second tama” or “tama II”) and she served under Tama as an apprentice before being appointed her deputy she works very hard Everytime this crosses my dash, I reblog. It is the law. Law I’m crying at 11pm over train cats Nitama, already now a mature cat (born 2010), has a protege named Yontama (fourth Tama, b. 2016).  There is no information available for either the physical befellment or tragic self-disgrace which has removed Santama from contention. ^Nitama majestic, and below with Yontama Yontama. a legacy okay but actually what happened to santama (or sun-tama-tama, which is her name because it’s a pun on santama) was that she was basically sent to train for the position in okayama and they liked her so much they refused to send her back “Sun-tama-tama” (a pun off of “Santama”, lit. “third Tama”) was a calico cat sent for training in Okayama. Sun-tama-tama was considered as a candidate for Tama’s successor, but the Okayama Public Relations representative who had been caring for Sun-tama-tama refused to give the cat up writing, “I will not let go of this child, she will stay in Okayama.” [25] As of September 2018, Sun-tama-tama is working as the stationmaster in Naka-ku, Okayama and appears occasionally on Tama’s Twitter account. Every time I see this post there’s new info and it gets better I will not let go of this child @thecutestcatever Look at this wholesome post
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THE TRAINS HAVE CARTOON TAMAS ON THEM

Sad update everyone, Tama recently passed away… An estimated 3,000 people, including railway officials, attended Tama the cat’s funeral on Sunday, days after she died of heart failure aged 16. [x]

For those who haven’t read articles about it, the local shrine elevated her to a god.  She’s now the Eternal Stationmaster and patron god of the station.


Beautiful.


Now I’m crying thanks

and a new cat was hired right?

yep! her name is Nitama (essentially ”second tama” or “tama II”) and she served under Tama as an apprentice before being appointed her deputy
she works very hard


Everytime this crosses my dash, I reblog. It is the law.


Law


I’m crying at 11pm over train cats

Nitama, already now a mature cat (born 2010), has a protege named Yontama (fourth Tama, b. 2016).  There is no information available for either the physical befellment or tragic self-disgrace which has removed Santama from contention.
^Nitama majestic, and below with Yontama
Yontama.


a legacy 

okay but actually what happened to santama (or sun-tama-tama, which is her name because it’s a pun on santama) was that she was basically sent to train for the position in okayama and they liked her so much they refused to send her back


“Sun-tama-tama” (a pun off of “Santama”, lit. “third Tama”) was a calico cat sent for training in Okayama. Sun-tama-tama was considered as a candidate for Tama’s successor, but the Okayama Public Relations representative who had been caring for Sun-tama-tama refused to give the cat up writing, “I will not let go of this child, she will stay in Okayama.” [25]
As of September 2018, Sun-tama-tama is working as the stationmaster in Naka-ku, Okayama and appears occasionally on Tama’s Twitter account.


Every time I see this post there’s new info and it gets better

I will not let go of this child


@thecutestcatever Look at this wholesome post

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Future, News, and Police: AL
 AL.com
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 Woman shot, killed estranged husband in
 driveway, police say trib.al/UC9EQ1k
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 9:00 PM-31 Jul 2018
 97 Retweets 215 Likes

 Kurt Morton
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 She had a protective order against him
 He charged at her.
 She was arrested.
 Alabama is a stand your ground state.
 The man is described in the article as the
 "victim."
 AL.com @aldotcom
 Woman shot killed estranged husband in driveway, police say trib.al
 5:30 AM -1 Aug 2018
 250 Retweets 329 Likes

 Mia Brett
 Follow
 @QueenMab87
 A woman kills her abusive husband after
 getting a restraining order and involving
 the police. The DA doesn't decline to
 prosecute but instead arrests her and will
 present her case to the grand jury. Stand
 your ground and self defense is only for
 men
 AL.com@aldotcom
 Woman shot killed estranged husband in driveway, police
 say trib.al/UC9EQ1k
 6:00 AM -1 Aug 2018
 19,984 Retweets 43,968 Likese9O
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Not to disregard that stand your ground only protects white men..
Her name is Jacqueline Dixon and she’s from Selma, AL. Here’s the article: https://www.al.com/news/birmingham/index.ssf/2018/07/woman_shot_killed_estranged_hu.html


please help Jacqueline Dixon 

https://www.care2.com/causes/success-grand-jury-drops-charges-against-woman-who-shot-abuser-in-self-defense.html


Some good news.

yess!!!!

yay

its better news then most people realize- this sets precedent, any and all future similar cases can cite the outcome of this case in their own trial

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Anaconda, Bad, and Click: Teachers: Wikipedia is very u
 instead
 nreliable "Hands out
 25 year old textbooks
 Alrighty guys gals, and other genders and lack thereof I'm gonna teach ya
 a thing
 A lot of teachers will go on about not using wikipedia as a source.
 It's bad, they say. 1 will deduct points if you do it.
 Well wikipedia is actually a great source of information and fuck what your
 teacher said, you absolutely can use it
 The key though is knowing
 A. How to use it.
 B. How to source it
 and
 C. whether it is good info or trash.
 NowFirst Lets look up something on wikipedia. Say your writing a paper on
 Gregor Mendel and Mendelian Inheritance.
 So you zoom over to the Wikipedia page on Mendelian Inheritance.
 Now there is a lot of information here. Not all of it is strictly necessary for
 that essay you are writing. So you read through and suddenly you see
 something that is good info for your essay
 Boy oh boy this information is useful. To bad your teacher said No
 Wikipedia Ever
 However there is a loophole.
 It's right there.
 No. Go closer
 r each trait from each parent.
 You see that little four? Its a citation number. Think of wikipedia as it's own
 essay. It got it's information from other sources out there. Just ike you are
 trying to right now. And since there is a citation, it's going to be listed at the
 end of the wikipedia article.
 Look at citation number 4
 Look at that you have your first citation. From Wikipedia.
 And look. Do you see it. There is a link. It's the blue words with the boxy
 tion ai
 That thing. Click it.
 Why did you leave wikipedia you ask? Wikipedia is great. You have several
 sources from there. But There is more than what the put in to that wiki
 article. Those sources Wikipedia gave you are helpful. And now that you
 are at the source, you can ublize it
 But what if its a book that's the source
 You can either head to your local library and see if they have it, order it, on
 avoid the book source. Online sources are just as valuable.
 Also do not quote directly from the wikipedia. Quote from the source and
 then use quote citation.
 And MLA citation. Use MLA citation. Since you are linked to the sources
 cite them. Not the wikipedia.
 Your teacher will never know. And now you can finish that sweet e
 got planned
 ssay you
 You're on your way to greatness.
 For anybody not aware you can abuse the absolute fuck out of Wikipedia
 for any papers!
 rm an academic librarian and i 100% endorse this post
 l am also an academic ibrarian and I 100% endorse this post CITATIONS
 are important
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