Pissy McShortass
sburbanphantasm:

and another one (even though i got lazy :p)
i didnt realise how much i needed a stoned juggalo grand highblood yukari until like half an hour ago (her hair makes up 37% of her body weight)

sburbanphantasm:

and another one (even though i got lazy :p)

i didnt realise how much i needed a stoned juggalo grand highblood yukari until like half an hour ago (her hair makes up 37% of her body weight)

biyuti:


latinegrasexologist:


zuky:


latimes:


Filipino nurses settle language-bias case: The $975,000 secured in a dispute with Delano Regional Medical Center is believed to be the largest such settlement in the U.S. healthcare industry.


During a 2006 mandatory meeting for Filipino staffers, nurses were told they were forbidden from using their native language at “any time in the hospital,” said Wilma Lamug, a former 10-year employee.
She said the hospital’s former chief executive vowed that “he would install surveillance cameras in nursing stations. Whoever is caught, they were threatened with suspension or termination,” Lamug said. “Sometimes, we were speaking English, but due to our accent and diction, they thought we were speaking something else.”
Although the hospital, near Bakersfield, employed a mix of bilingual employees speaking Spanish, Hindi, Bengali and other languages, managers targeted only the Filipinos and encouraged supervisors and other staffers to “act as vigilantes.”


Photo: Nurse Wilma Lamug is overcome with emotion as she recounts the discrimination she and other Filipino nurses experienced while working at the Delano Regional Medical Center in Delano, Calif. Credit: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times


If you live in North America and have spent any time in or around hospital care, you know that Filipina nurses are the glue that holds the healthcare system together. Totally uncelebrated and disrespected heroes, underpaid, overworked, hanging on by a thread, but getting it done day in and day out for countless ailing people who, without them, would literally be facing illness, injury, or even death alone.


many of my nursing students are Filipino, even the men. This is true.


Always lots of love for Filipin@ nurses. 
My family has a few. 

biyuti:

latinegrasexologist:

zuky:

latimes:

Filipino nurses settle language-bias case: The $975,000 secured in a dispute with Delano Regional Medical Center is believed to be the largest such settlement in the U.S. healthcare industry.

During a 2006 mandatory meeting for Filipino staffers, nurses were told they were forbidden from using their native language at “any time in the hospital,” said Wilma Lamug, a former 10-year employee.

She said the hospital’s former chief executive vowed that “he would install surveillance cameras in nursing stations. Whoever is caught, they were threatened with suspension or termination,” Lamug said. “Sometimes, we were speaking English, but due to our accent and diction, they thought we were speaking something else.”

Although the hospital, near Bakersfield, employed a mix of bilingual employees speaking Spanish, Hindi, Bengali and other languages, managers targeted only the Filipinos and encouraged supervisors and other staffers to “act as vigilantes.”

Photo: Nurse Wilma Lamug is overcome with emotion as she recounts the discrimination she and other Filipino nurses experienced while working at the Delano Regional Medical Center in Delano, Calif. Credit: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

If you live in North America and have spent any time in or around hospital care, you know that Filipina nurses are the glue that holds the healthcare system together. Totally uncelebrated and disrespected heroes, underpaid, overworked, hanging on by a thread, but getting it done day in and day out for countless ailing people who, without them, would literally be facing illness, injury, or even death alone.

many of my nursing students are Filipino, even the men. This is true.

Always lots of love for Filipin@ nurses. 

My family has a few. 

sandandglass:

If you don’t know what’s happening in New Zealand right now, here’s a quick summary:

Investigative journalist Nicky Hager released a book called Dirty Politics. It’s based on a large number of emails and Facebook messages stolen by a hacker from a right-wing blogger called…

touhoucrap:

It really works! Wow!
☾✞⇝Follow 4 More Soft Meme Touhou⇜✞

touhoucrap:

It really works! Wow!

☾✞⇝Follow 4 More Soft Meme Touhou⇜✞

kawaiishironeetree:

yuyuk0:

imagine yuyuko in a “if lost please return to youmu” shirt

image

imagine these two walking around a theme park dressed like this with it printed on their backs too

husktop:

ceronero:

bubblegreent:

shepiu:

found-the-d:

ifeelyoujohanna:

paellamagica:

Just gonna…dump pictures of my new OTP here..

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OTP

i love how far this went

tumblr artists at their best

My otp is back

new mega-otp

dire-dire-docks:

i’m trying to reverse image search this picture of reimu and these are the results

dire-dire-docks:

i’m trying to reverse image search this picture of reimu and these are the results

videohusky:

She looks like she’s in physical pain from that exchange

videohusky:

She looks like she’s in physical pain from that exchange

jerkenglish:

when people send me dumb asks out of no where

image

fooferdoodle:

andrusi:

well I guess I’m an ayg, whatever the hell that is



There is no escape

fooferdoodle:

andrusi:

well I guess I’m an ayg, whatever the hell that is

There is no escape