Beautiful welcome center in Pennsylvania. Stopped here while driving home from Canada last weekend. Almost as impressive as some of the rest stops I’ve seen out in Arizona! #pennsylvania #pa #reststop #roadtrip #friends #travel #neverstopexploring #welcome #smile #view #canada #iphoneonly #igersusa #outsideisbetter #havesneakerswilltravel
You know, I never really thought about that. You wanna know why? Because our sexualities are not the defining qualities of us. There are so many more amazing things to characterize oneself by than just your sexuality alone. Also sexuality isn’t written in stone, it isn’t constant, ever changing over the course of ones life. So no, it doesn’t bother me that I’m one of the few asexuals here. Nor is it constantly thrown into my face that I am, no one seems to really care anyway…as it should be really. That’s something that’s your business…
But yeah it only gets difficult when people don’t believe that asexuals are real. Or that we just haven’t—-done it—in order to make a sound judgement of if we like se—intercourse or not. It’s been a while since a fellow state or anyone in particular has given me noise about that.
The ol’ ink in the tea prank. Very funny and harmless don’t worry.
On both a-actually. But I never blamed it on anyone, because they never suspected it was me. They always thought it was New York that did it. Now that I look back on it, that was very rude of me :c
This dome. #brittenfamilyvacation #travel #capitoltour #pennsylvania (at Pennsylvania State Capitol)
Hooded Inmate. Eastern State Penitentiary was the world’s first true “Penitentiary.” In order to encourage penitence - or true regret - in the hearts of criminals, inmates would spend their entire sentence in solitary confinement. On the rare occasion when an inmate left his cell, a hood was placed over his head to ensure his identity would remain anonymous. Ideally, no inmate would ever see the face of another inmate.
can we please discuss what the fuck is wrong with pennsylvania
ARE THESE REAL
I’m proud to be a Pennsylvanian.
Since we’re now a little over two months away from the midterm elections, figured I’d do a post on the Governor’s race in my home state of Pennsylvania. Personally, I’m predicting that the Democrats will indeed hold onto the Senate (whether it’s by the same number of seats or if Vice President Biden will be the tie breaker for the next two years) and with gerrymandering, I think the GOP will hold onto the House. What remains to be see is if the GOP will lose some seats but still have a small majority but of course anything could happen between now and November. The one area where Democrats are sure to make some serious gains are in the Governor races. Florida, Maine, Wisconsin, Michigan, Kansas, Georgia and even Arizona are all competitive races for Democrats and they could get lucky with Nebraska, Texas and South Carolina. We shall see. The only competitive Governor races Democrats have are in Illinois, Colorado and Connecticut. Hawaii might be competitive after Gov. Neil Abercrombie (D. HI) got the boot in his primary but we shall see. But the one race that Democrats are without a doubt going to win is Pennsylvania and the latest poll from Franklin & Marshall, PA’s most reliable poll, continues to show Tea Party Governor Tom Corbett (R. PA) is one dead man walking: