a friendly reminder. 

log out of tumblr when using someone elses laptop

also, boobs.

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twodoorcinemakid:

Melbourne

twodoorcinemakid:

Melbourne

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So cute.

So cute.

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omgplants:

biodiverseed:

project-raw:

Stop Monsanto

Have you ever been to a greenhouse? Have you ever grown food?
This is not what watering looks like. 
This is clearly a foliar spray, which could very well be certified-organic neem oil, or something like a foliar fertiliser. You would never carry around a small tank like that for watering in a production greenhouse. Many of these things are safe and water-soluble (ie. not bioaccumulative), but have a negative health impact when aerosolised, so the worker has to be protected during spraying.

You people really frustrate me: learn something about agriculture before you insist on shouting loudly about it. You are speaking over people whose lives and livelihoods are actually impacted by these industry changes. You are taking up too much space on an issue that practically doesn’t effect your own existence, since you are clearly not a food grower or agricultural worker: there is no possible way you are getting cancer from GMOs.
There are plethora real, pressing sociopolitical issues going on here with GMOs in terms of patenting biological life, and encouraging unsustainable monocultures, but it’s so myopic and navel-gazing to make it all about the totally unfounded claims of health impacts on the consumer side (by the way, consumer demand is why GMOs exist in the first place)!
BiodiverSeed.com/tagged/food politics

THANK YOU!

omgplants:

biodiverseed:

project-raw:

Stop Monsanto

Have you ever been to a greenhouse? Have you ever grown food?

This is not what watering looks like. 

This is clearly a foliar spray, which could very well be certified-organic neem oil, or something like a foliar fertiliser. You would never carry around a small tank like that for watering in a production greenhouse. Many of these things are safe and water-soluble (ie. not bioaccumulative), but have a negative health impact when aerosolised, so the worker has to be protected during spraying.

You people really frustrate me: learn something about agriculture before you insist on shouting loudly about it. You are speaking over people whose lives and livelihoods are actually impacted by these industry changes. You are taking up too much space on an issue that practically doesn’t effect your own existence, since you are clearly not a food grower or agricultural worker: there is no possible way you are getting cancer from GMOs.

There are plethora real, pressing sociopolitical issues going on here with GMOs in terms of patenting biological life, and encouraging unsustainable monocultures, but it’s so myopic and navel-gazing to make it all about the totally unfounded claims of health impacts on the consumer side (by the way, consumer demand is why GMOs exist in the first place)!

BiodiverSeed.com/tagged/food politics

THANK YOU!

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fistfulofweasley:

I think the thing people don’t realize with that bullshit “well not all guys are dangerous, you should give them a chance” or what the fuck ever is like 

if i had a plate of cookies and i was like yeah, a few of them have laxatives in them and one’s got cyanide in there, BUT THEY’RE NOT ALL LIKE THAT

you’re probably not gonna take a fucking cookie

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felixhippo:

kawaiimistake:

xelethaine:

mori-girl-life:

Saying Hello to the Dragon.

That is a fucking forest spirit and nobody will make me believe otherwise.




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felixhippo:

kawaiimistake:

xelethaine:

mori-girl-life:

Saying Hello to the Dragon.

That is a fucking forest spirit and nobody will make me believe otherwise.

image

Full image here

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danbutt:

i seek attention because i need attention or i will shrivel up like a worm in the sun

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One day.

One day.

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confront:

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We have an amazing monsteria growing in the back yard and I’m so in love with it.

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Alex J Walker

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We have an amazing monsteria growing in the back yard and I’m so in love with it.

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