Zeteticat

Sep 08

Having Children Is Great For A Man’s Paycheck And Terrible For A Woman’s -

(Source: think-progress)

Sep 04

Conversation with The Spouse

Spouse: Why isn’t Strangers With Candy on Netflix? 

Me: Don’t we have that on DVD? 

Spouse: Yeah but it’s so hard to watch things on DVD.

Aug 31

The spouse decided he’d tired of carrying the car key (heavy burden that it is) and so

The spouse decided he’d tired of carrying the car key (heavy burden that it is) and so

Aug 19

SOMEbody stole my chair while I was getting him a toy #spoiled #sneaky #adorable #dogs #dogsofinstagram

SOMEbody stole my chair while I was getting him a toy #spoiled #sneaky #adorable #dogs #dogsofinstagram

Aug 03

Case in point: shoe pillow #dogs #dogsofinstagram #beastlyways

Case in point: shoe pillow #dogs #dogsofinstagram #beastlyways

The Beast finds comfort any which way he can. #dogs #dogsofinstagram #beastlyways

The Beast finds comfort any which way he can. #dogs #dogsofinstagram #beastlyways

Jul 28

Satanists Demand Religious Exemption From Abortion Restrictions, Cite Hobby Lobby Ruling | ThinkProgress -

Members of the Satanic Temple first made national headlines when they rallied in support of Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) for approving a bill that allows prayer in public schools, saying they’re glad the new policy will allow children to pray to Satan. Since then, they’ve also held “a formal ceremony celebrating same-sex unions” on the grave of the mother of the leader of the Westboro Baptist Church, declaring that she has posthumously become a lesbian, and commissioned a seven-foot-tall Satanic statue near a monument to the Ten Commandments at the Oklahoma State Capitol.

And now, the Satanic Temple is turning its attention to “campaigns to assert our religious protection for women with health needs that are being complicated by unreasonable laws,” focusing on the abortion-related legislation that goes against science.

State-level abortion restrictions that aren’t actually based in medicine have swept the nation. “Informed consent” laws, which typically require women to receive biased counseling before being allowed to proceed with an abortion procedure, are now in place in 35 states. Many of those laws require doctors to tell their patients misleading information about abortion’s potential link to mental health issues and breast cancer. Some of them put words directly in doctors’ mouths, forcing them to refer to the fetus as an “whole, separate, unique, living human being.”

Jul 24

for the wombat

for the wombat

Jul 05

I often wonder what the checkout person thinks of my purchases.

I often wonder what the checkout person thinks of my purchases.

Jun 30

Bullshit.

Bullshit.