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Say For: fangirltothefullest: dora-wont-explore: frozen-void: linddzz: only-1-a: twowandsandadrink: astral-nexus: vegan-xicano: prettynymph: Sea world should be wiped the fuck out Seaworld, zoos, circuses Always reblog, spread the message. no no zoos zoos do good things zoos help rehabilitate animals who otherwise would not survive in the wild zoos help protect animals that would otherwise be hunted down and zoos give them care to keep them healthy seaworld and circuses (involving animals) those are the ones that are bad Are aquariums still considered good? Cuz ours has a bunch of sea animals that were brought in due to injuries, and that seems like a good thing to help them out until they can go back in the ocean. Aquariums function like aquatic zoos IF they are non-profit and accredited. For instance the National Aquarium does have dolphins BUT last year they stopped doing shows and literally just let the dolphins do what they want. People can come in to watch the dolphins and trainers still are there but now are less “trainers” and more “human toys.” Breeding efforts have stopped and they announced they’re going to care for their existing pod and play as the POD wants for the rest of their life and after that, no dolphins. Almost all their fish are nearly 20 years old (or less depending on natural life cycle, or MORE… there are a few close to 50) and they also have rehabilitation and release programs for injured animals. Since they are non-profit every bit of money goes to constant improvements in their tanks, research, and conservation efforts. Sea World, despite all their advertising and talk, is a for profit organization that is more concerned with the paychecks than with animal welfare. Baltimore aquarium got a lot of people in with their dolphin shows but they stopped when learning it wasn’t best for their animals. Sea World has no such concern. Learn before you burn  Keep the zoos and aquariums. Fuck sea world and circuses. Circuses have been getting rid of their animals in favour of human entertainment because most of them are recognizing the problems with keeping these animals which is more than I can say for sea world. So… fuck sea world.
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Sea world should be wiped the fuck out

Seaworld, zoos, circuses

Always reblog, spread the message.

no
no zoos
zoos do good things
zoos help rehabilitate animals who otherwise would not survive in the wild
zoos help protect animals that would otherwise be hunted down
and zoos give them care to keep them healthy
seaworld and circuses (involving animals)
those are the ones that are bad

Are aquariums still considered good? Cuz ours has a bunch of sea animals that were brought in due to injuries, and that seems like a good thing to help them out until they can go back in the ocean.

Aquariums function like aquatic zoos IF they are non-profit and accredited. For instance the National Aquarium does have dolphins BUT last year they stopped doing shows and literally just let the dolphins do what they want. People can come in to watch the dolphins and trainers still are there but now are less “trainers” and more “human toys.” Breeding efforts have stopped and they announced they’re going to care for their existing pod and play as the POD wants for the rest of their life and after that, no dolphins.
Almost all their fish are nearly 20 years old (or less depending on natural life cycle, or MORE… there are a few close to 50) and they also have rehabilitation and release programs for injured animals. Since they are non-profit every bit of money goes to constant improvements in their tanks, research, and conservation efforts.
Sea World, despite all their advertising and talk, is a for profit organization that is more concerned with the paychecks than with animal welfare. Baltimore aquarium got a lot of people in with their dolphin shows but they stopped when learning it wasn’t best for their animals. Sea World has no such concern.

Learn before you burn 

Keep the zoos and aquariums. Fuck sea world and circuses.

Circuses have been getting rid of  their animals in favour of human entertainment because most of them are recognizing the problems with keeping these animals which is more than I can say for sea world. So… fuck sea world.

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Say For: sleepydumpling: welkinalauda: tikkunolamorgtfo: xmasterassassinx: winterpunk: xekstrin: crackrockdebby: d–i–y—-orgasms: be-blackstar: tikkunolamorgtfo: WATCH THIS: MAN SHUTS DOWN ANTISEMITIC WHITE POWER PREACHER One of my friends in the Boston area took this video and gave me permission to post it. She writes: “ I stood there for twenty minutes, easily. Hitler Youth kept trying to preach about “the evils of the Jews” and the big guy barely let him get a word in edgewise. At one point, the big guy yelled, “I will be here ALL DAY” and the crowd cheered.” I promise this will be the best thing you see today. Where’s a goddamn bullhorn when you need it? wow that preacher is probably shitting his pants low key with some big ass biker that close to his face  Caption for those who need it– the guy in the suit is saying shit like “all races must serve us as put here by God” and a lot of racist/anti Semitic drivel. Every time he opens his mouth to speak though, the biker yells “AHHHHHHH!!!” Until the man in the suit shuts up again. When the man in the suit takes a breath and opens his mouth, the biker doesn’t even let him get started and just screams “AHHHHH”…. This happens a few times. The guy in the suit plows ahead but the biker screams and says “No no no no!!!” I love biker dude Make racists afraid again. Um, sorry, but the guy in the suit deserves to speak his opinions. How’d you like to get screamed at everything time you spoke about what you are passionate about? I’m not saying I agree with his opinion, but that doesn’t make shutting him down like this right. Freedom of Speech. Just agree to disagree and walk away. 1) Freedom of Speech means you have the right to speak your mind without being punished or censored by the government. It does not mean other people have to listen to you, and it does not mean they can’t yell over you if you’re saying something disgusting and inflammatory. The Biker Dude has just as much right to do what he’s doing as the Neo-Nazi. Nobody’s right is being infringed upon here. 2) The guy is “passionate about” hating and inciting violence against Jews. I’m passionate about information literacy, candle-making, and giving snuggles to my pet rabbit. There’s a fucking difference, there.  3) “Agree to disagree” is something you say when two people can’t come to a consensus over whether or not The Empire Strikes Back is the best Star Wars movie. It’s not something you say when one person is Jewish and the other person believes Jews are a evil satanic cabal trying to enslave the white race who must be stopped at all costs. That’s not an “agree to disagree” topic. We don’t “agree to disagree” over the issue of whether or not Jews are people. We don’t “agree to disagree” over whether or not black people, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ folks, etc. are deserving of basic human rights. These things are not up for debate, and there is no middle-ground to be had with people who think otherwise.  “I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express.”– Randall Munroe Always reblog the anti-hate bikie.
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WATCH THIS: MAN SHUTS DOWN ANTISEMITIC WHITE POWER PREACHER
One of my friends in the Boston area took this video and gave me permission to post it. She writes: “ I stood there for twenty minutes, easily. Hitler Youth kept trying to preach about “the evils of the Jews” and the big guy barely let him get a word in edgewise. At one point, the big guy yelled, “I will be here ALL DAY” and the crowd cheered.”
I promise this will be the best thing you see today.


Where’s a goddamn bullhorn when you need it?


wow that preacher is probably shitting his pants low key with some big ass biker that close to his face 



Caption for those who need it– the guy in the suit is saying shit like “all races must serve us as put here by God” and a lot of racist/anti Semitic drivel.
Every time he opens his mouth to speak though, the biker yells “AHHHHHHH!!!” Until the man in the suit shuts up again. When the man in the suit takes a breath and opens his mouth, the biker doesn’t even let him get started and just screams “AHHHHH”…. This happens a few times.
The guy in the suit plows ahead but the biker screams and says “No no no no!!!”
I love biker dude

Make racists afraid again.

Um, sorry, but the guy in the suit deserves to speak his opinions. How’d you like to get screamed at everything time you spoke about what you are passionate about? I’m not saying I agree with his opinion, but that doesn’t make shutting him down like this right. Freedom of Speech. Just agree to disagree and walk away.

1) Freedom of Speech means you have the right to speak your mind without being punished or censored by the government. It does not mean other people have to listen to you, and it does not mean they can’t yell over you if you’re saying something disgusting and inflammatory. The Biker Dude has just as much right to do what he’s doing as the Neo-Nazi. Nobody’s right is being infringed upon here.
2) The guy is “passionate about” hating and inciting violence against Jews. I’m passionate about information literacy, candle-making, and giving snuggles to my pet rabbit. There’s a fucking difference, there. 
3) “Agree to disagree” is something you say when two people can’t come to a consensus over whether or not The Empire Strikes Back is the best Star Wars movie. It’s not something you say when one person is Jewish and the other person believes Jews are a evil satanic cabal trying to enslave the white race who must be stopped at all costs. That’s not an “agree to disagree” topic. We don’t “agree to disagree” over the issue of whether or not Jews are people. We don’t “agree to disagree” over whether or not black people, immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ folks, etc. are deserving of basic human rights. These things are not up for debate, and there is no middle-ground to be had with people who think otherwise. 



“I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express.”– Randall Munroe

Always reblog the anti-hate bikie.

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Say For: Germans have a running gag where they pretend the town of Bielefeld does not exist. Even when Angela Merkel talked about a meeting she had in Bielefeld,shieadded- , if it existsat all. Bielefeld has even released a statement insisting their existence, but unknowing ly published it on April 1 existence, but unknowing memeguy-com Why should Germans be the only ones having this kind of fun Fellow citizens of the United States I nominate Wyoming abessinier Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you- the Bielefeld Conspiracy squirrelofdoom You shouldn't spread this kind of nonsense. Non-German followers may believe that Bielefeld actually exists. official-berlin the oldest yet biggest german meme hopeforbrighter Other versions [edit Similar satire conspiracy theories exists in other countries ·図Brazil Acre[12] India: Jhumri Talalya 13 Israet Petah Tikva Italy: Molisel Norway: Kyrksæterora Romania: salaj County Russia: Khabarovsk Spain: Teruel15 Turkey Bilecik6 and Baybur Canada: Winnineal17 Finland The whole country New Zeala . w Piymouth18 voidwerks o Verizon12:05 AM 67% boards.4chan.org -D Board /pol/-Politically Incorrect ▼Settings Home There are allegedly around 6.5 million Finns, right? That's out of a 7.125 billion humans. That means Finns make up .0912% of the planet. 118 KB JPG That's not 9%--that's point zero nine percent, less than a percent, less than a tenth of a percent. To put that another way, 99.9% of the planet are not Finns. How do we know this? Government censuses. Now, the best government censuses have a margin of error of at least 1 %. So Finns make up .0912% of the planet, plus or minus one percent. In conclusion: there is a 50/50 chance Finland doesn't exist. # 2272585077 # 2272585345 I can't say for certain that I believe in Finland's existence
Say For: Germans have a running gag
 where they pretend the town of
 Bielefeld does not exist. Even
 when Angela Merkel talked
 about a meeting she had in
 Bielefeld,shieadded- , if it
 existsat all. Bielefeld has even
 released a statement insisting
 their existence, but unknowing
 ly published it on April 1
 existence, but unknowing
 memeguy-com
 Why should Germans be the only ones having this kind of fun Fellow citizens of
 the United States I nominate Wyoming
 abessinier
 Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you- the Bielefeld Conspiracy
 squirrelofdoom
 You shouldn't spread this kind of nonsense. Non-German followers may believe
 that Bielefeld actually exists.
 official-berlin
 the oldest yet biggest german meme
 hopeforbrighter
 Other versions [edit
 Similar satire conspiracy theories exists in other countries
 ·図Brazil Acre[12]
 India: Jhumri Talalya 13
 Israet Petah Tikva
 Italy: Molisel
 Norway: Kyrksæterora
 Romania: salaj County
 Russia: Khabarovsk
 Spain: Teruel15
 Turkey Bilecik6 and Baybur
 Canada: Winnineal17
 Finland The whole country
 New Zeala
 .
 w Piymouth18
 voidwerks
 o Verizon12:05 AM
 67%
 boards.4chan.org
 -D
 Board /pol/-Politically Incorrect
 ▼Settings Home
 There are allegedly around
 6.5 million Finns, right?
 That's out of a 7.125 billion
 humans. That means
 Finns make up .0912% of
 the planet.
 118 KB JPG
 That's not 9%--that's point zero nine
 percent, less than a percent, less than a
 tenth of a percent.
 To put that another way, 99.9% of the
 planet are not Finns. How do we know
 this? Government censuses.
 Now, the best government censuses have
 a margin of error of at least 1 %. So Finns
 make up .0912% of the planet, plus or
 minus one percent.
 In conclusion: there is a 50/50 chance
 Finland doesn't exist.
 # 2272585077 # 2272585345
 I can't say for certain that I believe in Finland's existence

Say For: r/Overwatch News&Discussion I've been a bronze player for 8 seasons and have never left. AMA u/Adsyoung The title says it all. Abuse me with your questions and don't tread lightly. Adz11919 is my tag for proof. Ask away friends 46 Comments Write a comment Best loves2spoogeguys 1h With the tensions rising with the U.S government, how does this play out for the rest of the world? 8 Adsyoung1h As a non-American I can say for certain that it has improved our relations with other Pacific nations. Australians now have less reliance on the US and have turned more to China for increasing trade and development. _jaybe Th How much money could you have made if you had gone to work instead of wasting 8 seasons in bronze games? .0 Adsyoung59m If I could put a monetary value on it. I would say 90 hours over 8 seasons, at $39 an hour, about $3510 jaybe 50m so you could have unlock the full cast of battlefront II .0 Adsyoung49m True. Or like 60,000 overwatch lootboxes TheSteeldrake Chibi Ana 1h Did Noah have woodpeckers on the ark? If he did, where did he keep them? 0 Adsyoung56m On the crows nest. Back then it was called the pecker nest. Bus OW Chibi Lúcio 1h What sort of things do you see happen during games that remind you that you are in bronze? .0 Adsyoung58m Guarantee hanzo and widow pick every game. 5 dps players minimum and a rein shield on the payload but always facing the wrong way. gOnk-droid fadda 13m Have you ever had a dream in which you ranked up? .0 Adsyoung13m I dreamt once there was a league worse than bronze called 'wood and I was demoted into it. gOnk-droid fadda 11m The horror.
Say For: r/Overwatch News&Discussion
 I've been a bronze player for 8 seasons and
 have never left. AMA
 u/Adsyoung
 The title says it all. Abuse me with your questions and
 don't tread lightly. Adz11919 is my tag for proof. Ask
 away friends
 46 Comments
 Write a comment
 Best
 loves2spoogeguys 1h
 With the tensions rising with the U.S government, how
 does this play out for the rest of the world?
 8
 Adsyoung1h
 As a non-American I can say for certain that it has
 improved our relations with other Pacific nations.
 Australians now have less reliance on the US and have
 turned more to China for increasing trade and
 development.

 _jaybe Th
 How much money could you have made if you had gone to
 work instead of wasting 8 seasons in bronze games?
 .0
 Adsyoung59m
 If I could put a monetary value on it. I would say 90
 hours over 8 seasons, at $39 an hour, about $3510
 jaybe 50m
 so you could have unlock the full cast of battlefront II
 .0
 Adsyoung49m
 True. Or like 60,000 overwatch lootboxes

 TheSteeldrake Chibi Ana 1h
 Did Noah have woodpeckers on the ark? If he did, where
 did he keep them?
 0
 Adsyoung56m
 On the crows nest. Back then it was called the pecker
 nest.

 Bus OW Chibi Lúcio 1h
 What sort of things do you see happen during games that
 remind you that you are in bronze?
 .0
 Adsyoung58m
 Guarantee hanzo and widow pick every game. 5 dps
 players minimum and a rein shield on the payload but
 always facing the wrong way.

 gOnk-droid fadda 13m
 Have you ever had a dream in which you ranked up?
 .0
 Adsyoung13m
 I dreamt once there was a league worse than bronze
 called 'wood and I was demoted into it.
 gOnk-droid fadda 11m
 The horror.
Say For: On the 11th hour of the 1th day of the 11th month When the guns fel silent, we will a remember Red is the Colour of Remembrance Red is for the courage of those that served Red is for the carnage into which they were hurled. Red is for the explosions that rang around their heads. Red is for the colour of the blood that they shed Red is for the skies glow when they lost their lives. Red is for the anger at their sacrifice Red is for the seal on the War Office mail Red is for the tearful eyes behind the widow's veil. Red is for the wreath on the soldier's grave. Red is for the poppy worn to re mber the brave By Richard Archer. When YowGo home Tell Them of Us And Say For Your Tomorrow We Gave Our Today Remembrance Day 11 NOVEMBER In Flanders Fields poem by Lieitenant Colonel John McCae. 3 May 1915 In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow Loved and were loved, and now we lie, In Flanders fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch: be yours to hold it highi. .If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies grow In Flanders fields less we lorde of Veteras Affairs moonlit-mindfulness: Today is the 11th day of the 11th month. At 11am we shall remember them. Lest we forget.
Say For: On the 11th hour of
 the 1th day of the
 11th month
 When the guns fel
 silent, we will
 a remember

 Red is the Colour of Remembrance
 Red is for the courage of those that served
 Red is for the carnage into which they were hurled.
 Red is for the explosions that rang around their heads.
 Red is for the colour of the blood that they shed
 Red is for the skies glow when they lost their lives.
 Red is for the anger at their sacrifice
 Red is for the seal on the War Office mail
 Red is for the tearful eyes behind the widow's veil.
 Red is for the wreath on the soldier's grave.
 Red is for the poppy worn to re
 mber the brave
 By Richard Archer.

 When YowGo home
 Tell Them of Us And Say
 For Your Tomorrow
 We Gave Our Today

 Remembrance Day
 11 NOVEMBER
 In Flanders Fields
 poem by Lieitenant Colonel John McCae. 3 May 1915
 In Flanders fields the poppies blow
 Between the crosses, row on row
 That mark our place; and in the sky
 The larks, still bravely singing, fly
 Scarce heard amid the guns below.
 We are the Dead. Short days ago
 We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow
 Loved and were loved, and now we lie,
 In Flanders fields.
 Take up our quarrel with the foe:
 To you from failing hands we throw
 The torch: be yours to hold it highi.
 .If ye break faith with us who die
 We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
 In Flanders fields
 less we lorde
 of Veteras Affairs
moonlit-mindfulness:

Today is the 11th day of the 11th month.  At 11am we shall remember them.

Lest we forget.

moonlit-mindfulness: Today is the 11th day of the 11th month. At 11am we shall remember them. Lest we forget.

Say For: The Twins Who May Share Consciousness sixpenceee: Krista and Tatiana Hogan are craniopagus twins, meaning they’re connected at the head. They share a structure that connects Krista’s thalamus to Tatiana’s. The thalamus is a double-lobed organ that plays important roles in processing sensory input and creating consciousness. Since Krista’s and Tatiana’s thalami are connected, scientists and members of the Hogan family think the girls might view the world differently than the rest of us do. For example, Dr. Cochrane believes the girls can see through each other’s eyes. He came to this conclusion after covering Krista’s eyes, placing electrodes on her head, and watched Krista’s brain respond after shining a light in Tatiana’s pupils. Other times, one girl will be watching TV while the other is looking somewhere else. Suddenly, the twin not watching TV will start laughing at what’s happening onscreen. Their “thalamic bridge” also affects their sense of taste. Krista is a ketchup fiend, but Tatiana hates the stuff. Once, Krista was eating ketchup, and Tatiana furiously tried to wipe it off her own tongue even though she wasn’t eating any ketchup herself. Perhaps the strangest phenomenon of all is that the twins sometimes use the word “I” to describe both of themselves at once. As of 2011, no one had run any conclusive tests on the girls and their odd condition. However, scientists who have observed their behavior and brain scans are flabbergasted and excited. While no one can say for sure at the moment, it really does seem Krista and Tatiana can share private thoughts and perceive what the other is sensing. As someone who wants to study consciousness in the future, I can say this is one of the most extraordinary cases I have ever heard of.  SOURCE MORE WOW SCIENCE
Say For: The Twins Who May Share Consciousness
sixpenceee:

Krista and Tatiana Hogan are craniopagus twins, meaning they’re connected at the head.
They share a structure that connects Krista’s thalamus to Tatiana’s. The thalamus is a double-lobed organ that plays important roles in processing sensory input and creating consciousness.
Since Krista’s and Tatiana’s thalami are connected, scientists and members of the Hogan family think the girls might view the world differently than the rest of us do.
For example, Dr. Cochrane believes the girls can see through each other’s eyes. He came to this conclusion after covering Krista’s eyes, placing electrodes on her head, and watched Krista’s brain respond after shining a light in Tatiana’s pupils.
Other times, one girl will be watching TV while the other is looking somewhere else. Suddenly, the twin not watching TV will start laughing at what’s happening onscreen. 
Their “thalamic bridge” also affects their sense of taste. Krista is a ketchup fiend, but Tatiana hates the stuff. Once, Krista was eating ketchup, and Tatiana furiously tried to wipe it off her own tongue even though she wasn’t eating any ketchup herself. 
Perhaps the strangest phenomenon of all is that the twins sometimes use the word “I” to describe both of themselves at once.
As of 2011, no one had run any conclusive tests on the girls and their odd condition. However, scientists who have observed their behavior and brain scans are flabbergasted and excited. While no one can say for sure at the moment, it really does seem Krista and Tatiana can share private thoughts and perceive what the other is sensing.
As someone who wants to study consciousness in the future, I can say this is one of the most extraordinary cases I have ever heard of. 
SOURCE
MORE WOW SCIENCE

sixpenceee: Krista and Tatiana Hogan are craniopagus twins, meaning they’re connected at the head. They share a structure that connects...

Say For: SARINGAN, Emanuel Josef V. Malacahang Field Trip Hi 166- Section D Never has the Philippines had a more symbolic seat of power than "the Palace", Seeing it in real life is going to give any Filipino the chills especially those who aspire to hold the coveted position later. We give credit to all those leaders who carried the nation along with its problems by creating a palace that you, as a taxpayer, probably wanted to occupy too. The story the museum holds, which spans from 1750 up to the present however, is more than a picture in the 20 peso bill. It is a symbol which binds us to pever again act as individuals in a state but rather as citizens who are part of a democracy. However, going to the Malacañang is figuratively and literally difficult since 1.) Becoming the president is destiny, let alone the fact that 2.) Travelling from Ateneo to Mendiola is not so straightforward. You know that you are near Malacañang when the university belt and a group of rallyists welcome you upon going down the MRT station. Once inside the complex, Mr. Lacierda's jokes made up for the fact that PNoy never showed up. His absence is understandable since he is in the US. but I believe that any trip is not going to be complete without the President himself. The tour began and the sights of the old but not yet run down palace amazed me due of the incredible maintenance efforts that sustained the complex for around 3 centuries. We then went to the galleries and experienced a blast from the past as we strode and listened to the guide who knows everything about every thing in the museum. We had to enter and desert offices in the same way our presidents did back then and after a tiring visitation of 15 galleries, you probably would be thankful that we did not have as many presidents as the U.S. Prior to the tour, never have I thought that Malacañang was interesting. I saw the first air con system (which I think is not going to malfunction anytime soon) in the country and the million dollar chandeliers which I could not make out in my imagination what they are for. Such extravagant items that Pres. Quezon bought teases you to think of how tempting it is to hold such powers. Indeed, future presidents made people live and cry during their terms but they are recorded in history nonetheless. The Martial Law chair that FM used never became the ordinary chair that it was after the declaration but was rather immortalized and is going to be a symbol that evokes fear long after its owner died. However, Yin and Yang philosophers will say otherwise since some people benefitted too. Such is the truth behind history, it is never one-sided. Goodbye is difficult to say for presidents who leave Malacalang. Such is also the case for us who will never forget how the staff welcomed and accommodated us wholeheartedly. Somehow the Palace is going to occupy a place in my memory because it has inspired me and renewed my pride so that I could tell the world that I am a Filipino, At the end of all that is told about the Palace's history, it remains as asymbol of public service. Despite our bad political track record where it is normal for people to steal le and cheat, it should not discourage our generation to make a change but rather see is as a challenge and an inspiration to serve others. Malacañang is a pedestal high enough for us to see those who are hurt and oppressed and it is upon us whether to act or not. That's all for now Malacañang, I hope to see ou ugain in the future. 1 am looking forward to being an occupant of yours someday. YOU SIR Were just Rick Rolled TASTE OF AWESOME.COM THAT... Was beautiful... TASTE OF AWESOME.COM You're probably better off not going to That…http://omg-humor.tumblr.com
Say For: SARINGAN, Emanuel Josef V.
 Malacahang Field Trip
 Hi 166- Section D
 Never has the Philippines had a more symbolic seat of power than "the Palace", Seeing it in real life is
 going to give any Filipino the chills especially those who aspire to hold the coveted position later. We
 give credit to all those leaders who carried the nation along with its problems by creating a palace that
 you, as a taxpayer, probably wanted to occupy too. The story the museum holds, which spans from 1750
 up to the present however, is more than a picture in the 20 peso bill. It is a symbol which binds us to
 pever again act as individuals in a state but rather as citizens who are part of a democracy. However,
 going to the Malacañang is figuratively and literally difficult since 1.) Becoming the president is destiny,
 let alone the fact that 2.) Travelling from Ateneo to Mendiola is not so straightforward. You know that
 you are near Malacañang when the university belt and a group of rallyists welcome you upon going
 down the MRT station. Once inside the complex, Mr. Lacierda's jokes made up for the fact that PNoy
 never showed up. His absence is understandable since he is in the US. but I believe that any trip is not
 going to be complete without the President himself. The tour began and the sights of the old but not yet
 run down palace amazed me due of the incredible maintenance efforts that sustained the complex for
 around 3 centuries. We then went to the galleries and experienced a blast from the past as we strode
 and listened to the guide who knows everything about every thing in the museum. We had to enter and
 desert offices in the same way our presidents did back then and after a tiring visitation of 15 galleries,
 you probably would be thankful that we did not have as many presidents as the U.S. Prior to the tour,
 never have I thought that Malacañang was interesting. I saw the first air con system (which I think is not
 going to malfunction anytime soon) in the country and the million dollar chandeliers which I could not
 make out in my imagination what they are for. Such extravagant items that Pres. Quezon bought teases
 you to think of how tempting it is to hold such powers. Indeed, future presidents made people live and
 cry during their terms but they are recorded in history nonetheless. The Martial Law chair that FM used
 never became the ordinary chair that it was after the declaration but was rather immortalized and is
 going to be a symbol that evokes fear long after its owner died. However, Yin and Yang philosophers will
 say otherwise since some people benefitted too. Such is the truth behind history, it is never one-sided.
 Goodbye is difficult to say for presidents who leave Malacalang. Such is also the case for us who will
 never forget how the staff welcomed and accommodated us wholeheartedly. Somehow the Palace is
 going to occupy a place in my memory because it has inspired me and renewed my pride so that I could
 tell the world that I am a Filipino, At the end of all that is told about the Palace's history, it remains as
 asymbol of public service. Despite our bad political track record where it is normal for people to steal
 le and cheat, it should not discourage our generation to make a change but rather see is as a challenge
 and an inspiration to serve others. Malacañang is a pedestal high enough for us to see those who are
 hurt and oppressed and it is upon us whether to act or not. That's all for now Malacañang, I hope to see
 ou ugain in the future. 1 am looking forward to being an occupant of yours someday.
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Say For: SARINGAN, Emanuel Josef V. Malacañang Fleld Trip Hi 166 - Section D Never has the Philippines had a more symbolic seat of power than "the Palace", Seeing it in real life is going to give any Filipino the chills especially those who aspire to hold the coveted position later. We give credit to all those leaders who carried the nation along with its problems by creating a palace that you, as a taxpayer, probably wanted to occupy too. The story the museum holds, which spans from 1750 up to the present however, is more than a picture in the 20 peso bill. It is a symbol which binds us to never again act as individuals in a state but rather as citizens who are part of a democracy. However, going to the Malacañang is figuratively and literally difficult since 1.) Becoming the president is destiny, let alone the fact that 2.) Travelling from Ateneo to Mendiola is not so straightforward. You know that you are near Malacañang when the university belt and a group of rallyists welcome you upon going down the MRT station. Once inside the complex, Mr. Lacierda's jokes made up for the fact that PNoy never showed up. His absence is understandable since he is in the U.S. but I believe that any trip is not going to be complete without the President himself. The tour began and the sights of the old but not yet run down palace amazed me due of the incredible maintenance efforts that sustained the complex for around 3 centuries. We then went to the galleries and experienced a blast from the past as we strode and listened to the guide who knows everything about every thing in the museum. We had to enter and desert offices in the same way our presidents did back then and after a tiring visitation of 15 galleries, you probably would be thankful that we did not have as many presidents as the U.S. Prior to the tour, never have I thought that Malacañang was interesting. I saw the first air con system (which I think is not going to malfunction anytime soon) in the country and the million dollar chandeliers which I could not make out in my imagination what they are for. Such extravagant items that Pres. Quezon bought teases you to think of how tempting it is to hold such powers. Indeed, future presidents made people live and cry during their terms but they are recorded in history nonetheless. The Martial Law chair that FM used never became the ordinary chair that it was after the declaration but was rather immortalized and is going to be a symbol that evokes fear long after its owner died. However, Yin and Yang philosophers will say otherwise since some people benefitted too. Such is the truth behind history, it is never one-sided. Goodbye is difficult to say for presidents who leave Malacañang. Such is also the case for us who will never forget how the staff welcomed and accommodated us wholeheartedly. Somehow the Palace is going to occupy a place in my memory because it has inspired me and renewed my pride so that i could tell the world that I am a Filipino. At the end of all that is told about the Palace's history, it remains as a symbol of public service. Despite our bad political track record where it is normal for people to steal, lie and cheat, it should not discourage our generation to make a change but rather see is as a challenge and an inspiration to serve others. Malacañang is a pedestal high enough for us to see those who are hurt and oppressed and it is upon us whether to act or not. That's all for now Malacañang, I hope to see you again in the future. Lam lookine forward to heing an occupant of vours someday. 'did not have sexual relations with that woman. Uber Humor This research paper just got rickrolled.http://meme-rage.tumblr.com
Say For: SARINGAN, Emanuel Josef V.
 Malacañang Fleld Trip
 Hi 166 - Section D
 Never has the Philippines had a more symbolic seat of power than "the Palace", Seeing it in real life is
 going to give any Filipino the chills especially those who aspire to hold the coveted position later. We
 give credit to all those leaders who carried the nation along with its problems by creating a palace that
 you, as a taxpayer, probably wanted to occupy too. The story the museum holds, which spans from 1750
 up to the present however, is more than a picture in the 20 peso bill. It is a symbol which binds us to
 never again act as individuals in a state but rather as citizens who are part of a democracy. However,
 going to the Malacañang is figuratively and literally difficult since 1.) Becoming the president is destiny,
 let alone the fact that 2.) Travelling from Ateneo to Mendiola is not so straightforward. You know that
 you are near Malacañang when the university belt and a group of rallyists welcome you upon going
 down the MRT station. Once inside the complex, Mr. Lacierda's jokes made up for the fact that PNoy
 never showed up. His absence is understandable since he is in the U.S. but I believe that any trip is not
 going to be complete without the President himself. The tour began and the sights of the old but not yet
 run down palace amazed me due of the incredible maintenance efforts that sustained the complex for
 around 3 centuries. We then went to the galleries and experienced a blast from the past as we strode
 and listened to the guide who knows everything about every thing in the museum. We had to enter and
 desert offices in the same way our presidents did back then and after a tiring visitation of 15 galleries,
 you probably would be thankful that we did not have as many presidents as the U.S. Prior to the tour,
 never have I thought that Malacañang was interesting. I saw the first air con system (which I think is not
 going to malfunction anytime soon) in the country and the million dollar chandeliers which I could not
 make out in my imagination what they are for. Such extravagant items that Pres. Quezon bought teases
 you to think of how tempting it is to hold such powers. Indeed, future presidents made people live and
 cry during their terms but they are recorded in history nonetheless. The Martial Law chair that FM used
 never became the ordinary chair that it was after the declaration but was rather immortalized and is
 going to be a symbol that evokes fear long after its owner died. However, Yin and Yang philosophers will
 say otherwise since some people benefitted too. Such is the truth behind history, it is never one-sided.
 Goodbye is difficult to say for presidents who leave Malacañang. Such is also the case for us who will
 never forget how the staff welcomed and accommodated us wholeheartedly. Somehow the Palace is
 going to occupy a place in my memory because it has inspired me and renewed my pride so that i could
 tell the world that I am a Filipino. At the end of all that is told about the Palace's history, it remains as
 a symbol of public service. Despite our bad political track record where it is normal for people to steal,
 lie and cheat, it should not discourage our generation to make a change but rather see is as a challenge
 and an inspiration to serve others. Malacañang is a pedestal high enough for us to see those who are
 hurt and oppressed and it is upon us whether to act or not. That's all for now Malacañang, I hope to see
 you again in the future. Lam lookine forward to heing an occupant of vours someday.
 'did not have sexual relations with that woman.
 Uber Humor
This research paper just got rickrolled.http://meme-rage.tumblr.com

This research paper just got rickrolled.http://meme-rage.tumblr.com

Say For: SARINGAN, Emanuel Josef V. Malacahang Field Trnp Hi 166-Section D Never has the Philippines had a more symbolic seat of power than "the Palace". Seeing it in real ite is going to give any Filipino the chills especially those who aspire to hold the coveted position later. We eive credit to all those leaders who carried the nation along with its problems by creating a palace that you, as a tarpayer, probably wanted to occupy too. The story the museum holds, which spans from 1750 up to the present however, is more than a picture in the 20 peso bill. it is a symbol which binds us to never again act as individuals in a state but rather as citizens who are part of a democracy. However, going to the Malacañang is figuratively and literally difficult since 1.) Becoming the president is destiny, let alone the fact that 2.) Travelling from Ateneo to Mendiola is not so straightforward. You know that you are near Malacalang when the university belt and a group of rallyists wecome you upon going down the MRT station. Once inside the complex, Mr. Lacierda's jokes made up for the fact that PNoy never showed up. His absence is understandable since he is in the U.S. but I believe that any trip is not going to be complete without the President himself. The tour began and the sights of the old but not yet run down palace amazed me due of the incredible maintenance efforts that sustained the complex for around 3 centuries We then went to the galleries and experienced a blast from the past as we strode and listened to the guide who knows everything about every thing in the museum. We had to enter and desert offices in the same way our presidents did back then and after a tiring visitation of 15 galleries, you probably would be thankful that we did not have as many presidents as the US. Prior to the tour, never have I thought that Malacalang was interesting. I saw the first air con system (which I think is not going to malfunction anytime soon) in the country and the million dollar chandeliers which I could not make out in my imagination what they are for. Such extravagant items that Pres. Quezon bought teases you to think of how tempting it is to hold such powers. Indeed, future presidents made people live and cry during their terms but they are recorded in history nonetheless. The Martial Law chair that FM used never became the ordinary chair that it was after the declaration but was rather immortalized and is going to be a symbol that evokes fear long after its owner died. However, Yin and Yang philosophers will say otherwise since some people benefitted too. Such is the truth behind history, it is never one-sided. Goodbye is difficult to say for presidents who leave Malacalang. Such is also the case for us who will never forget how the staff welcomed and accommodated us wholeheartedly. Somehow the Palace is eoing to occupya place in my memory because it has inspired me and renewed my pride so that i could tell the world that I am a Filipino. At the end of all that is told about the Palace's history, it remains as symbol of public service. Despite our bad political track record where it is normal for people to steal le and cheat, it should not discourage our generation to make a change but rather see is as a challenge and an inspiration to serve others. Malacañang is a pedestal high enough for us to see those who are urt and oppressed and it is upon us whether to act or not. That's all for now Malacalang Ihope to see you agairi in the future. I am looking forward to being an occupant of yours someday. YOU SIR Were just Rick Rolled The Bar Has Been Raisedhttp://meme-rage.tumblr.com
Say For: SARINGAN, Emanuel Josef V.
 Malacahang Field Trnp
 Hi 166-Section D
 Never has the Philippines had a more symbolic seat of power than "the Palace". Seeing it in real ite is
 going to give any Filipino the chills especially those who aspire to hold the coveted position later. We
 eive credit to all those leaders who carried the nation along with its problems by creating a palace that
 you, as a tarpayer, probably wanted to occupy too. The story the museum holds, which spans from 1750
 up to the present however, is more than a picture in the 20 peso bill. it is a symbol which binds us to
 never again act as individuals in a state but rather as citizens who are part of a democracy. However,
 going to the Malacañang is figuratively and literally difficult since 1.) Becoming the president is destiny,
 let alone the fact that 2.) Travelling from Ateneo to Mendiola is not so straightforward. You know that
 you are near Malacalang when the university belt and a group of rallyists wecome you upon going
 down the MRT station. Once inside the complex, Mr. Lacierda's jokes made up for the fact that PNoy
 never showed up. His absence is understandable since he is in the U.S. but I believe that any trip is not
 going to be complete without the President himself. The tour began and the sights of the old but not yet
 run down palace amazed me due of the incredible maintenance efforts that sustained the complex for
 around 3 centuries We then went to the galleries and experienced a blast from the past as we strode
 and listened to the guide who knows everything about every thing in the museum. We had to enter and
 desert offices in the same way our presidents did back then and after a tiring visitation of 15 galleries,
 you probably would be thankful that we did not have as many presidents as the US. Prior to the tour,
 never have I thought that Malacalang was interesting. I saw the first air con system (which I think is not
 going to malfunction anytime soon) in the country and the million dollar chandeliers which I could not
 make out in my imagination what they are for. Such extravagant items that Pres. Quezon bought teases
 you to think of how tempting it is to hold such powers. Indeed, future presidents made people live and
 cry during their terms but they are recorded in history nonetheless. The Martial Law chair that FM used
 never became the ordinary chair that it was after the declaration but was rather immortalized and is
 going to be a symbol that evokes fear long after its owner died. However, Yin and Yang philosophers will
 say otherwise since some people benefitted too. Such is the truth behind history, it is never one-sided.
 Goodbye is difficult to say for presidents who leave Malacalang. Such is also the case for us who will
 never forget how the staff welcomed and accommodated us wholeheartedly. Somehow the Palace is
 eoing to occupya place in my memory because it has inspired me and renewed my pride so that i could
 tell the world that I am a Filipino. At the end of all that is told about the Palace's history, it remains as
 symbol of public service. Despite our bad political track record where it is normal for people to steal
 le and cheat, it should not discourage our generation to make a change but rather see is as a challenge
 and an inspiration to serve others. Malacañang is a pedestal high enough for us to see those who are
 urt and oppressed and it is upon us whether to act or not. That's all for now Malacalang Ihope to see
 you agairi in the future. I am looking forward to being an occupant of yours someday.
 YOU SIR
 Were just Rick Rolled
The Bar Has Been Raisedhttp://meme-rage.tumblr.com

The Bar Has Been Raisedhttp://meme-rage.tumblr.com