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The rarest cuddles you’ll ever receive! Suki cuddles!

The rarest cuddles you’ll ever receive! Suki cuddles!

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One time I called my teacher Mr. ______ during sex and he came right then

daddygame:

this is what I live for

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Now I put my power, which should be helpful to you, into this Medallion!

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Zelda Fans be Informed!

axiomatic-algorithm:

If you haven’t heard of it yet, there’s this awesome website called Radio Hyrule that streams 100% Zelda music 24/7 along with some quizzes that have prizes. Do yourself a favor and check it out, it has a ton of great originals and remixes!

http://radiohyrule.com/

micdotcom:

Former Ohio governor Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage. It didn’t go well.

Former Democratic governor of Ohio Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage for a week and, in his own words, he “didn’t make it.”
In an op-ed for POLITICO, Strickland explains how he failed in his attempt to live for just seven days on $77, the amount the “Live the Wage” campaign estimates is left in a 40-hour minimum wage employee’s weekly pay of $290 after accounting for taxes and housing. Strickland, a Harvard fellow and well-off political operative, was clearly unprepared for just how quickly expenses added up. He had spent his $77 by Thursday after realizing his meager budget left him without the money necessary even to pay for public transportation.
Common misperception about minimum wage workers | Follow micdotcom 

micdotcom:

Former Ohio governor Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage. It didn’t go well.

Former Democratic governor of Ohio Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage for a week and, in his own words, he “didn’t make it.”

In an op-ed for POLITICO, Strickland explains how he failed in his attempt to live for just seven days on $77, the amount the “Live the Wage” campaign estimates is left in a 40-hour minimum wage employee’s weekly pay of $290 after accounting for taxes and housing. Strickland, a Harvard fellow and well-off political operative, was clearly unprepared for just how quickly expenses added up. He had spent his $77 by Thursday after realizing his meager budget left him without the money necessary even to pay for public transportation.

Common misperception about minimum wage workers | Follow micdotcom