wat do u mean i cant use my fishing rod in the lava?
(from On Site: A Choose Your Own Adventure Resource for Young Workers by the State of Queensland, 2013)
"A fucking tiger? What the fuck is wrong with you, Angel? I love animals. Why would you do that."
"You mastered your fear."
"I don’t fear animals. I fear the beast of humanity and what it does to children in an education system that teaches them neither empathy nor modern mathematics or relevant cultural histories. I fear an empty bank account. Perhaps zombies. I fear clogged drains and toilets. But animals? Never!"
Angel just stared at them.
"You’re lucky I didn’t sent those animal rights freaks back to this gym! You’re lucky i like killing people and petting big fuzzy kitties more than ratting out my homies."
"You’re ready to -."
"NOT COOL MAN! NOT. COOL!"
"Tickets to Murder Brawl."
"You’re the man, consider us even. I’m keeping the tiger, naming it Petunia. You’re the greatest. Bye."
And on that day, Angel de la Muerte learned how to successfully deal with his new Boss.
Today’s Save Wįyąbi Project Domestic Violence Awareness Month message brought to us by Jade Willoughby: Do not appoint yourself as the problem solver. We know it’s hard to not want to jump in and fix all the problems, especially when the person who has experienced violence is someone who we really care about and love. Continue to support the individual choices of the person who has been hurt makes, and continue to learn about violence and the resources available in your community.
Since we fixed our IT issues, our map and database is back in action. This is a map of the missing and murdered Indigenous women across the United States and Canada. Each red mark contains the name and details of the case. This was created by Indigenous women for Indigenous women because our governments and media erase the large scale violence against us. You can submit a report and view the site at: missingsisters.crowdmap.com
And for more information about the history of the project: Operation Thunderbird spreads its protective wings http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/krystalline-kraus/2013/02/activist-communique-operation-thunderbird-spreads-its-prote