2 hours or less?

Wat are you, stupid?

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"Don’t take a nude pic if you’re a famous woman and don’t want it leaked."

mysharona1987:

"Don’t wear a hoodie if you don’t want to be mistaken for a criminal and shot."

"Don’t get drunk at a party if you don’t want to be sexually assaulted."

"Don’t argue with a cop if you don’t want to get killed."

"Don’t walk home by yourself if you don’t want to get raped."

Victim blaming 101: Everyone should live in fear from ever doing anything.

Reblogging because this is one of the few posts I’ve seen in three years that covers all(most) types of victims, not just the photogenic ones.

I’m an old man *wink* and I lived through 1990s L.A.  Certain colors were not allowed in my wardrobe because they might have led to my funeral.  The internet wasn’t what it is now so there weren’t thousands of post calling for action.  It was just generally accepted that if you wanted to live a (Semi)hassle free life you stayed away from certain colors, logos, and neighborhoods at certain(all) times.  If you violated this not so secret rule, it was the general consensus that you were partially to blame for what happened next.

I like to keep my posts fitness related 98% of the time but since I rarely provide social commentary outside of fitness and body image I wanted to put my two cents in on this one.

This world is extremely flawed and will never be perfect in our lifetime.  It should be understood that bad things will happen even though they shouldn’t and everyone should be educated and made aware of this fact.  Everyone also needs to know how to avoid dangerous situations.  Like I said, I made it through the 90s living in some rough neighborhoods at times because I knew that no matter how well I behaved there was some knuckleheads out there with no home training.  

DISCLAIMER: I get the sarcasm in the original post but in all honesty, it’s scarily accurate and worth keeping in the back of your mind.

(via bigbootywhitegurl)

Filed under off topic social commentary my two cents victim blaming awareness be careful and protect yourself even if you think it's the perpetrator who should have to change

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Anonymous asked: Do u know if any great motivational blogs for men?

rouxnybtrfly:

fatmaninalittlesuit:

heyitsjnnfr:

pain-for-gainz:

swoldiers-of-freedom:

YOOOOO

drwannabe

blasian-aesthetics

flextrovert

deadlifts-and-donuts

hashtag-gymlife

immafuknbeast

pain-for-gainz

halfguardaroundtheworld

quadguyin-china

quads-for-the-gods

notasupersaiyan-yet

allforthegains

and pretty much anyone they follow is solid.

I apologize I didn’t answer sooner, school wifi doesn’t allow tumblr

Ayyyy!!!

fitdad2makemykidsproud
m0tiv8me
fatmaninalittlesuit
harcules

Should be added to this list!

Thanks :)

I would add firstsubtwo, geocycle2010, and omegameh. They are three great guys who motivate me quite a bit with biking and running!

*blush* aww shucks! Thanks Jess!

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I don’t know if it was all the time off, the (slightly)upset stomach, or if I’m getting closer and closer to plateauing but today’s workout sucked!

Been a few months since I really felt a workout during AND afterwards.  The legs feel a little like jelly so I’m consuming all the protein I can get my hands on at the moment.

I was hoping to stave off the plateau in my strength training until the beginning of October to coincide with the start of marathon training but it’s getting tough.  I’ll play it day to day and push as hard as I can.

I’m still mad at myself for over imbibing Sunday and missing my Monday morning run.  I need to find a way to make up for it the next few days since I’m already behind in my miles.

Training is truly a hard thing that’s not for everyone, present company included.  I really admire and respect people who have the dedication and motivation to train day in and day out.  If you’re one of those people, my hat’s off to you!

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