I usually don’t reblog this sort of thing but this makeup job is fantastic.
that is absolutely terrifying GOOD JOB SERIOUSLY
THE EYE IS FUCKING CONVINCING
Saw this somewhere else and felt the need to post it cause no one else ever really tells you this stuff
My mom never really noticed. She noticed when she was breast feeding my little brother and blood started coming out instead of milk.
My mom said she felt and saw a little lump in the shower. She was lucky enough she found it at stage 2
My mom had a mammogram. The radiologist thought the spots were just regular calcium deposits.
Turns out it was triple negative breast cancer that had spread to her lymph nods. Mastectomy, radiation and chemo saved her life.
This could SAVE a life.
Signal BOOST and pass it on. I had a breast cancer scare before (luckily it was just scar tissue…) and information like this kept me calm and collected at the doc’s.
everyone needs to reblog this
Doesn’t even run and I’d still murder someone for scratching it.
She’s a piece of crap, but she’s MY piece of crap. And I will love her till I die
its got dents. its old. it has more oxide than shit its broken all over the place, put more money into it than whats its worth. but its all worth it.
way too underpowered but I still ♥ itI fucking hate my car but its neat so
An asthmatic child make more boost than my turbo but I still love it
[photo: two photos positioned on top of each other. the top photo is of smoke and fire illuminating across the sky. the image is taken from someone’s car driving on the highway. the photo below is of a grow of farmworkers tending to the crops. there are mountains in the background.]
California farm workers fired for leaving fields during wildfire
May 8, 2013
More than a dozen farm workers in Southern California were out of a job after walking out of the fields last week, forced indoors because of heavy smoke from a massive wildfire burning nearby.
“Oh, yeah, the smoke was very bad. That’s no doubt about that,” said Lauro Barrajas, of the United Farm Workers.
As the blaze, dubbed the Springs Fire, continued to grow in Camarillo May 2, farm workers 11 miles south in Oxnard said they started to feel the effects of the smoke in the strawberry fields.
The ashes were falling on top of us, one of them explained, adding “it was hard to breathe.”
Air quality in the region was at dangerously poor levels and 15 workers at Crisalida Farms decided they could not handle it any longer. They left, even though their foreman warned them they would not have a job when they returned.
When they went back to the fields May 3, the farm fired them.
Barrajas, who is a representative of the UFW, said the workers contacted him for help, even though they were not members of the union.
Union representatives met with the farm’s upper management and applied a union rule.
“No worker shall work under conditions where they feel his life or health is in danger,” Barrajas said.
In a statement to Telemundo, the farm representative said the workers left without permission while orders still needed to be filled. The company offered to pay them for the hours they’d worked.
Later, the company settled with the union and offered to rehire all 15 workers. But only one worker returned.
The others took jobs on other farms.
One worker said while it hurts to lose work, one’s health is more important.
justice for farm workers and migrant workers, plz
re-blogging again because this is important.