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tvmusiclife · 28 days ago
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Christen Press and Tobin Heath, casually breaking the Internet, 7.20.22
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tvmusiclife · 28 days ago
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Y’all we’ve come a long way 🥲
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tvmusiclife · 28 days ago
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Thinking about Christen Press saying “I’m not the right person to ask what it’s like to get a date with any of us [fellow players on the USWNT]” at the ESPY’s Body Issue red carpet in 2015, to her now walking the ESPY’s red carpet with her wife Tobin Heath on this day.
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tvmusiclife · 28 days ago
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and they were roommates
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tvmusiclife · 28 days ago
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My dash tonight
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tvmusiclife · 28 days ago
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Not these two full on holding pinkies on the red carpet?!
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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christenpress June 22, 23, 24.
Healing 💫
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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Anti-voting rhetoric will be the death of the left. Literally.
Not a single fucking Republican voted to protect roe. It was fucking overturned in the first place bc trump got three Supreme Court appointments.
Every fucking thing wrong in this country is almost certainly the result of Republicans being in power. In 2020, Texas cut half of the polling places in black neighborhoods, and doubled them in white ones, regardless of population. It was Republicans bitching about mail in voting, and constantly, constantly fearmonger about voter fraud. Literally, their platform is about making civil rights harder to practice.
Would you like to know why? It’s because Republican politicians know better than anyone that higher voter participation means higher republican loss.
But what do I see from the online left, champions of the oppressed?
“Voting doesn’t do anything, the parties are the same, the system is rigged, etc, etc”
Don’t sit here and tell me you give a fuck about marginalized people if you aren’t ready to march your ass to the voting booth and vote out the party actively stripping their rights away.
Protest, donate, community build, unionize, and vote, vote, vote.
By the time direct action is the only option, it will be too fucking late.
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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I know.
You're angry. You should be. You're scared. You should be.
This is awful. It's horrifying. It's deeply depressing. Rage. Scream. Mourn the tragedy we know is coming.
But remember this: what we are about to experience is the world our grandmothers and great grandmothers lived in. This is what they fought against.
Remember that they won. Even if the victory was temporary, they still won.
We can win, too. Prepare yourself. Finish your mourning, and get back to the fight. Yes, it's awful that we have to have this same fight. It's frustrating. It's heartbreaking. But now is not the time to surrender to despair.
Now the work begins.
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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i can’t get over this shot and how much is going on in because:
1) bestie is literally on the ground while her teammates fight Blonde FC instead of checking on her (really very much hope she’s alright)
2) Ashley Hatch, the cause of all of this, is walking AWAY
3) the red looks like she is TANGLED in the players
and 4) Ashley Sanchez is literally just standing there, staring at them all, and contemplating her life choices.
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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kudos to the bench for blessing us with all these memeable images. probably the best thing that came from the colombia friendlies
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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Well this was a wild minute...the bench trying not to laugh was the best bit
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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Okay, I've seen a lot of people claiming that Biden is somehow responsible for the baby formula shortage. You're looking at the wrong president.
I've attached a picture of the man responsible below.
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It's a fun picture of Trump with some other suits surrounded by piles of paper cutting a ribbon with a gold pair of scissors. This was to represent cutting regulations. This was the point where everyone who's ever worked in a lab started screaming.
See, those regulations weren't there because OSHA agents were bored and wanted to slap fines on people. They're there because people got hurt.
These were laws that said don't put workers around radioactive materials without hazmat suits--caused by the Radium Girls ingesting radium daily and daily. Don't leave meat out for hours on end and don't just pick maggots off--Upton Sinclair's The Jungle is about the meat packing industry and how unsanitary it was. Workers have to wear helmets where falling is a risky--helmets reduced death and paralysis. Use vents and fume hoods to move gases away from workers--look at all the people with different cancer from breathing in Lord knows what. Provide a fire escape and don't lock workers in--146 people died in the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire. Don't dump waste into the waterway--the Cuyahoga River literally caught fire. Don't produce medical equipment in unsterilized factories with unsterilized equipment--the Dalkon Shield caused millions of infections because it was made in a repurposed Chapstick factory with no sterilization (among other things).
These laws are written in blood.
Every single regulation that is part of the EPA, OSHA, the FDA, and the DOJ is there because people were grievously injuried or died. They're not there for fun. You might say that this is all common sense stuff but right now Amazon is tallying work place injuries faster than a textile factory at the start of the industrial revolution. Tesla refused to paint orange lines around machines, delineating where it was safe to stand. History tells us that capitalists will put profits first, worker safety be damned.
Now I haven't read the very, very long list of all the regulations that Mr. Trump decided was worth getting rid of. I don't think he read that list. But I'm guessing that there was a law about sterilizing equipment for food, maintenance for equipment, and/or consistent inspections that suddenly Abbott Laboratories no longer had to follow. And just like so many other big companies, they decided to put the profit over babies' lives.
Capitalism is the monster here, and this wouldn't have happened if one company didn't have a monopoly on making baby formula. But regulations were a muzzle on that monster and they kept rampant capitalism somewhat in check. With that gone, this is what happens. It's only a matter of time before we lose another important commodity because regulations were erased.
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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Me becoming a gun so I can have rights
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tvmusiclife · a month ago
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