deathlletter:

coldsteelpiercing:

Gorgeous 16g solid 14 karat gold and titanium hinged ring from Intrinsic, with 2mm Turquoise stones. Perfect for septum and daith piercings!

someone come snag this before I do!

deathlletter:

coldsteelpiercing:

Gorgeous 16g solid 14 karat gold and titanium hinged ring from Intrinsic, with 2mm Turquoise stones. Perfect for septum and daith piercings!

someone come snag this before I do!

verb (used with object), changed, chang·ing.

to make the form, naturecontent, future course, etc., of (something) different from what it is or from what it would be if left alone: to change one’s nameto change one’s opinion; to change the course of history.

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america-wakiewakie:

Infographic: Who violates ceasefires more, Israelis or Palestinians? | Electronic Intifada 
The United States and other governments have harshly blamed Hamas for the ongoing slaughter in Gaza because they refused a unilateral “ceasefire” declared by Israel on 14 July through its Egyptian proxy.
But as dozens of prominent figures in Gaza civil society write, “Hamas represented the sentiment of the vast majority of residents when it rejected the unilateral ceasefire proposed by Egypt and Israel without consulting anyone in Gaza.”
“We share the broadly held public sentiment that it is unacceptable to merely return to the status quo” of devastating Israeli siege on Gaza, the civil society leaders said. “To do so would mean a return to a living death.”
To put the situation in context, Visualizing Palestine (visualizingpalestine.org) created this infographic that charts the routine violations of the last Egyptian-brokered ceasefire from 22 November 2012 until 7 July 2014.
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america-wakiewakie:

Infographic: Who violates ceasefires more, Israelis or Palestinians? | Electronic Intifada 

The United States and other governments have harshly blamed Hamas for the ongoing slaughter in Gaza because they refused a unilateral “ceasefire” declared by Israel on 14 July through its Egyptian proxy.

But as dozens of prominent figures in Gaza civil society write, “Hamas represented the sentiment of the vast majority of residents when it rejected the unilateral ceasefire proposed by Egypt and Israel without consulting anyone in Gaza.”

“We share the broadly held public sentiment that it is unacceptable to merely return to the status quo” of devastating Israeli siege on Gaza, the civil society leaders said. “To do so would mean a return to a living death.”

To put the situation in context, Visualizing Palestine (visualizingpalestine.org) created this infographic that charts the routine violations of the last Egyptian-brokered ceasefire from 22 November 2012 until 7 July 2014.

(Read Full Text)