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Wolf Lord Morraig

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"Draw me like one of your French girls."

"Draw me like one of your French girls."

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She’s 13” Now 😃

She’s 13” Now 😃

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Apparently this is comfortable. He doesn’t even fit in it all the way…  #cat

Apparently this is comfortable. He doesn’t even fit in it all the way… #cat

WIP of Wolf Lord Morraig - well… of his wolf. It’s going to look awesome when it’s done. I just hate that the drybrushing isn’t showing up in this pic.

WIP of Wolf Lord Morraig - well… of his wolf. It’s going to look awesome when it’s done. I just hate that the drybrushing isn’t showing up in this pic.

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Finished the second Gallows Grove last night - from primed to clear coat.

Finished the second Gallows Grove last night - from primed to clear coat.

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Nuala, the Huntress

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#highcommand #privateerpress Cryx vs Menoth

#highcommand #privateerpress Cryx vs Menoth

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Libertarians respond to Hobby Lobby ruling

vantwinblade:

mikecarey:

vantwinblade:

mikecarey:

This. All of this. This is the most logical thing I’ve seen about this case. They keep claiming we live in a country with freedoms, yet they force mandated ‘protocols’ on us that we have no choice in - when in reality, we should have all the choice in. People should have the choice in whether or not they want health insurance. Included in those people are employers, and they should be able to choose whether or not they provide health coverage to their employees and they should be able to freely decide what does and doesn’t get covered. More importantly than all of this, is the simple solution of just making birth control over the counter and be done with it all. That way it is available to anyone who needs it - insurance or no insurance.

Here’s the thing, businesses aren’t people they cannot have freedoms. Your entire argument is illogical.

LOOOOOOOOOOL - excuse me. I apologize. Businesses are run by PEOPLE and those PEOPLE have freedoms to run their business as they choose. Your entire thought process is illogical.

They have freedom over themselves but they can’t, as the business, for their views on everyone else. By your logic a Jewish business owner can make it so you can’t eat pork if you work for them.

And if someone doesn’t like that and wants to eat pork at work then they can find someone else to work for. If you work in a place that suddenly requires uniforms - and you don’t particularly like the uniforms, then you can go work somewhere else where you don’t need to wear the uniform. No one is forcing them to work there. You’re missing the point, sir. 

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Libertarians respond to Hobby Lobby ruling

vantwinblade:

mikecarey:

This. All of this. This is the most logical thing I’ve seen about this case. They keep claiming we live in a country with freedoms, yet they force mandated ‘protocols’ on us that we have no choice in - when in reality, we should have all the choice in. People should have the choice in whether or not they want health insurance. Included in those people are employers, and they should be able to choose whether or not they provide health coverage to their employees and they should be able to freely decide what does and doesn’t get covered. More importantly than all of this, is the simple solution of just making birth control over the counter and be done with it all. That way it is available to anyone who needs it - insurance or no insurance.

Here’s the thing, businesses aren’t people they cannot have freedoms. Your entire argument is illogical.

LOOOOOOOOOOL - excuse me. I apologize. Businesses are run by PEOPLE and those PEOPLE have freedoms to run their business as they choose. Your entire thought process is illogical.