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Anaconda, Bad, and God: tell YOU a Story Once there w3s a man who lived alone"A Hnd one evenin All m rhy he mode o prayer. I have been Your Servant LORD Az tomato-bird If it is witin Your I lour will And if may be So boldo 2 ask, , Please rant me the V sight o Tsaish and Eziekiel If only for onlq tor a moment Let me be 3 withess t of al the crestures ih Heaven Eorth and Hades, STo the most subime ^ 2 and temjing of Your Creations! bi And God said-And Cod said And God sd nd G od Sald- m sorry tomato-bird ugh Looks like theres nothing here กา At lcast Nothing worth takin; anyway tomato-bird zappuellightninrod: tomato-bird: “The Witness” by Taylor Leong (2018) [read my comics]  Bonus below: Keep reading Oooh. Took me a few reads to 100% get it,but now that I do, that is tragic. One thing that I like, and I’m not sure if this was intentional, are the three responses God gives to the man. Might be reading a little too deep into this, but I think each of the responses are form a different part of the Holy Trinity. “SO BE IT.” is coming from the Holy Spirit, who is merely answering the prayer with a yes. He fully well knows what’s about to happen, but is obviously looking at it with a different set of logic then the other two sides. Not inherently bad logic, because form the Holy Spirit’s perspective death truly does not exist. “you will.” is coming from God the Father, who says nothing more then that. just a simple phrase of what’s to come. But it can be read in multiple tones, a simple blanket statement, or in an apologetic tone. (Or if you’re a jackass who looks at God as the bad guy, then ominously.) I’m personally interpreting it in the apologetic tone. “I’m sorry.” is coming from God the Son, AKA Jesus Christ, who’s apologizing for what’s about to happen to him. He’s the one out of the three of them who knows what it;’s like to be mortal, and the most down to earth. He knows what’s beyond the grave, but He also knows what’s about to be lost. I’m probably looking way to deep into this, but it’s just what I took away from it., That’s a very good interpretation and I like it, but I’m slightly more ridiculous note this is how I first saw this post:
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Anaconda, Bad, and God: tell YOU a Story
 Once there w3s a man
 who lived alone"A
 Hnd one evenin
 All m
 rhy
 he mode o prayer.
 I have been
 Your Servant
 LORD
 Az
 tomato-bird

 If it is
 witin Your
 I lour
 will
 And if
 may be
 So boldo
 2
 ask,
 , Please
 rant me the V
 sight o Tsaish
 and Eziekiel
 If only for
 onlq tor
 a moment

 Let me be
 3 withess
 t of al
 the crestures
 ih Heaven Eorth
 and Hades,
 STo the most subime ^ 2
 and temjing of Your
 Creations!
 bi

 And God said-And Cod said And God sd
 nd G
 od Sald-
 m sorry
 tomato-bird

 ugh
 Looks like
 theres nothing
 here
 กา
 At lcast
 Nothing worth
 takin; anyway
 tomato-bird
zappuellightninrod:
tomato-bird:

“The Witness” by Taylor Leong (2018)
[read my comics] 
Bonus below: Keep reading

Oooh. Took me a few reads to 100% get it,but now that I do, that is tragic. One thing that I like, and I’m not sure if this was intentional, are the three responses God gives to the man. Might be reading a little too deep into this, but I think each of the responses are form a different part of the Holy Trinity.
“SO BE IT.” is coming from the Holy Spirit, who is merely answering the prayer with a yes. He fully well knows what’s about to happen, but is obviously looking at it with a different set of logic then the other two sides. Not inherently bad logic, because form the Holy Spirit’s perspective death truly does not exist.
“you will.” is coming from God the Father, who says nothing more then that. just a simple phrase of what’s to come. But it can be read in multiple tones, a simple blanket statement, or in an apologetic tone. (Or if you’re a jackass who looks at God as the bad guy, then ominously.) I’m personally interpreting it in the apologetic tone.
“I’m sorry.” is coming from God the Son, AKA Jesus Christ, who’s apologizing for what’s about to happen to him. He’s the one out of the three of them who knows what it;’s like to be mortal, and the most down to earth. He knows what’s beyond the grave, but He also knows what’s about to be lost. 
I’m probably looking way to deep into this, but it’s just what I took away from it.,
That’s a very good interpretation and I like it, but I’m slightly more ridiculous note this is how I first saw this post:

zappuellightninrod: tomato-bird: “The Witness” by Taylor Leong (2018) [read my comics]  Bonus below: Keep reading Oooh. Took me a few read...

Crime, Driving, and Drugs: Going to try party drugs? *I'm not gonna give vou a preach now just asking for a little favour This is from me (an EMT) to you. 1. Remember the name(s) of what you took.~ 2. If vou only know the slang name, ask (the person you get it from) what kind of drug it's similar to. 3. Tell a good friend what you toolk in case you won't be able to if something happens. 4. If you don't know what you took, remember how it looked (color, form, taste, amount) 5. Please don't lie to the paramedics We are not the police. *We hate interrogating, we love helping. We won't tell you off for taking drugs. *You don't even know what a terrible liar you are when you're drunk. *Telling us that "someone must have put it in my drink" is getting old. Telling us what you took: Will actually make us quite happy, because you're honest. Will make us treat you like an adult. Will un-complicate everything. Will make us stop annoying you (asking questions) and maybe give you a break. Will shorten your hospital stay. Can spare you of unnecessary/ uncomfortable tests and treatments. Will make the ambulance ride less scary and more comforting; We are actually quite nice people and we'll always listen if you wanna talk Sincerely, your EMT P.S. Stay safe emt-monster.tumblr.com pigletkin: kenderfriend: arkhamarchitecture: edens-blog: emt-monster: Please reblog if you know anyone who might take party drugs. this is so important Also important information: A cop cannot arrest you for something you already took. You can tell a cop to his face that you just injected black tar heroin in your veins and as long as you don’t currently have any on you (including things like syringes or residue in a pipe), there’s fuck all he can do about it. I take police reports for a living. The number of people who will happily tell someone “Well officer, this fight started because I smoked crack cocaine earlier,” is astounding and also not at all illegal. The criminal charge is for Possession of a Controlled Substance. If you don’t possess any at the time, there’s no crime. The only thing you can get dinged for is if you’re actively on a drug and driving, in which case - DUI. Please, please, please tell EMTs what you took. They’re not going to rat you out to the cops and even if they did, you will still be okay. Spreading the word, being honest with paramedics and doctors can save your life It’s important to note though that the part about cops not being able to arrest you for something you took isn’t necessarily true everywhere. There are places that have laws specifically about drug use and not just possession where admitting to a cop that you took prohibited drugs could potentially get you in legal trouble. Be honest with paramedics but don’t talk to cops
Crime, Driving, and Drugs: Going to try party drugs?
 *I'm not gonna give vou a preach now
 just asking for a little favour
 This is from me (an EMT) to you.

 1. Remember the name(s) of what
 you took.~
 2. If vou only know the slang
 name, ask (the person you get it
 from) what kind of drug it's
 similar to.
 3. Tell a good friend what you toolk
 in case you won't be able to if
 something happens.
 4. If you don't know what you
 took, remember how it looked
 (color, form, taste, amount)
 5. Please don't lie to the
 paramedics

 We are not the police.
 *We hate interrogating, we love
 helping.
 We won't tell you off for taking
 drugs.
 *You don't even know what a terrible
 liar you are when you're drunk.
 *Telling us that "someone must have
 put it in my drink" is getting old.

 Telling us what you
 took:
 Will actually make us quite happy,
 because you're honest.
 Will make us treat you like an adult.
 Will un-complicate everything.
 Will make us stop annoying you
 (asking questions) and maybe give you
 a break.
 Will shorten your hospital stay.
 Can spare you of unnecessary/
 uncomfortable tests and treatments.
 Will make the ambulance ride less scary
 and more comforting;

 We are actually quite nice people and
 we'll always listen if you wanna talk
 Sincerely, your EMT
 P.S. Stay safe
 emt-monster.tumblr.com
pigletkin:
kenderfriend:

arkhamarchitecture:

edens-blog:

emt-monster:

Please reblog if you know anyone who might take party drugs.

this is so important

Also important information: A cop cannot arrest you for something you already took. You can tell a cop to his face that you just injected black tar heroin in your veins and as long as you don’t currently have any on you (including things like syringes or residue in a pipe), there’s fuck all he can do about it.
I take police reports for a living. The number of people who will happily tell someone “Well officer, this fight started because I smoked crack cocaine earlier,” is astounding and also not at all illegal. The criminal charge is for Possession of a Controlled Substance. If you don’t possess any at the time, there’s no crime. The only thing you can get dinged for is if you’re actively on a drug and driving, in which case - DUI.
Please, please, please tell EMTs what you took. They’re not going to rat you out to the cops and even if they did, you will still be okay.


Spreading the word, being honest with paramedics and doctors can save your life

It’s important to note though that the part about cops not being able to arrest you for something you took isn’t necessarily true everywhere. There are places that have laws specifically about drug use and not just possession where admitting to a cop that you took prohibited drugs could potentially get you in legal trouble. Be honest with paramedics but don’t talk to cops

pigletkin: kenderfriend: arkhamarchitecture: edens-blog: emt-monster: Please reblog if you know anyone who might take party drugs. this...

Crazy, Soon..., and Trash: Greetings new neighbors, First, welcome to your new home. Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Chris and I'm your neighbor at 553% apt 1 (other side of your wall). rm including a page of helpful numbers and our trash collection days for you, hope they can be of help. I have helped one of the previous tenants there with some things so if you have any questions feel free to text me, I'm including my card. That said, just a heads up that I work nights so I will get back to you as soon as I can. I few things that I can think of now that may be useful: Our units do have heat pumps, and they do work. However, when the outside temp drops below 50 they are worthless. So the Washington Gas number is so you can have the gas turned on which work your radiators. Though that isn't an issue now, come winter it will be and I would suggest calling them now to get some info on if you need a deposit or not (cause if you do as i did, it is steep), There is only one outside water faucet, it's on my side in the front. Feel free to use it, the water bill (paid by land lord) is a single bil for both our units 1) 2) 3) I'm deaf in one ear, so if I ever have the TV to loud text me and let me know to turn it down. 4) When winter comes and if you decide to use the gas heat let me know, I will help bleed the tank and get it up and running for you. It took the previous tenant and me almost a full day and flooding the house before we got them going. Not that it is difficult, but it helps doing it for two years now. I know getting settled can be crazy and time consuming, so dinner is on me. I am enclosing a gift card so you can have an evening without having to worry about cooking. Happy house warming, 5) Again, welcome to your new home. Feel free to text with any questions. Chris The world needs more neighbors like Chris
Crazy, Soon..., and Trash: Greetings new neighbors,
 First, welcome to your new home. Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Chris and I'm your
 neighbor at 553% apt 1 (other side of your wall). rm including a page of helpful numbers and our trash
 collection days for you, hope they can be of help. I have helped one of the previous tenants there with
 some things so if you have any questions feel free to text me, I'm including my card. That said, just a
 heads up that I work nights so I will get back to you as soon as I can.
 I few things that I can think of now that may be useful:
 Our units do have heat pumps, and they do work. However, when the outside temp drops below
 50 they are worthless. So the Washington Gas number is so you can have the gas turned on
 which work your radiators. Though that isn't an issue now, come winter it will be and I would
 suggest calling them now to get some info on if you need a deposit or not (cause if you do as i
 did, it is steep),
 There is only one outside water faucet, it's on my side in the front. Feel free to use it, the water
 bill (paid by land lord) is a single bil for both our units
 1)
 2)
 3) I'm deaf in one ear, so if I ever have the TV to loud text me and let me know to turn it down.
 4) When winter comes and if you decide to use the gas heat let me know, I will help bleed the tank
 and get it up and running for you. It took the previous tenant and me almost a full day and
 flooding the house before we got them going. Not that it is difficult, but it helps doing it for two
 years now.
 I know getting settled can be crazy and time consuming, so dinner is on me. I am enclosing a gift
 card so you can have an evening without having to worry about cooking. Happy house warming,
 5)
 Again, welcome to your new home. Feel free to text with any questions.
 Chris
The world needs more neighbors like Chris

The world needs more neighbors like Chris

Fresh, Reddit, and Shower: You avoided it at all costs. You showered three times a day. You washed your hands and face after every meal You stayed inside, away from the beating sun and omnipresent moisture You wormed away from every occasion that involved a greasy meal. You couldn't stand it. One day, you woke up in a bed that was oozing You were relieved when you realized you didn't soil yourself. You were horrified when you realized you were soaking in a bed of your own sweat. You scrambled for the shower. You ignored the split splat noises your feet made as you rushedc You turned the faucet, and let the refreshing water wash over you. It wasn't enough. The grease was still in every pore and every fold of your body. You grab the soap and start scrubbing. And scrubbing. And scrubbing. It's surprisingly easy Skin gives way to fat, which gives way to bone. All the lard and cholesterol melts, slips between your fingers, and disappears down the drain in a soapy slurry But it isn't enough. You don't stop, even as the shower floor gains a fresh coat of gunk. It's on you. It's on you and it's staining you and it' s in you and it is you and it won't come off. You start scraping, scraping, trying to get it off. You reach deep inside. First, it's like trying to peel bark off of a tree. Then, it feels like grating a block of wax. Finally, it starts melting under the torrent of shower water. Curdles of osseous matter drift down into the floor and into the flood. Every last bit of you disappears into the drain Finally, you're clean [Src]
Fresh, Reddit, and Shower: You avoided it at all costs. You showered three times a day.
 You washed your hands and face after every meal
 You stayed inside, away from the beating sun
 and omnipresent moisture
 You wormed away from every occasion
 that involved a greasy meal. You couldn't stand it.
 One day, you woke up in a bed that was oozing
 You were relieved when you realized you didn't soil yourself.
 You were horrified when you realized you were soaking
 in a bed of your own sweat. You scrambled for the shower.
 You ignored the split splat noises your feet made as you rushedc
 You turned the faucet,
 and let the refreshing water wash over you.
 It wasn't enough. The grease was still in every pore and every
 fold of your body. You grab the soap and start scrubbing.
 And scrubbing. And scrubbing. It's surprisingly easy
 Skin gives way to fat, which gives way to bone.
 All the lard and cholesterol melts, slips between your fingers,
 and disappears down the drain in a soapy slurry
 But it isn't enough. You don't stop, even as the shower floor
 gains a fresh coat of gunk.
 It's on you. It's on you and it's staining you and it' s in you and
 it is you and it won't come off. You start scraping, scraping,
 trying to get it off. You reach deep inside. First, it's like trying
 to peel bark off of a tree. Then, it feels like grating a block of wax.
 Finally, it starts melting under the torrent of shower water.
 Curdles of osseous matter drift down into the floor and into the
 flood. Every last bit of you disappears into the drain
 Finally, you're clean
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