Human beings are works in progress who mistakenly think they’re finished.
Dan Gilbert (via wordsnquotes)

tinalikesbutts:

Fucking kids care more about each other than we do

earal:

beauty is in the eye of the beholder 🔷

earal:

beauty is in the eye of the beholder 🔷

sam-the-sasquatch:

waiting for a reply for ages then finding out it was your turn to reply all along

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4eyesjordy:

boundunbound:

This is important

Well damn…

humanized-mane-six:

Artist(s):Megasweet and Vest

humanized-mane-six:

Artist(s):Megasweet and Vest

ragemovement:

did-you-kno:

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This is actually an interesting legal case. State Farm insured the new homeowners and the old homeowners and instead of remaining out of the courtroom until after the case, State Farm armed the defendant with their own defense (obviously at greater value than the new homeowners could afford) which resulted in legal costs of up to or slightly beyond $100,000. Luckily, the new homeowners won (though the case is under appeal by State Farm) against their own insurance company and the previous homeowners, or else they might be in $500,000 worth of debt right now on top of being exposed to thousands of toxic spiders. This family has children that were exposed to the infestation and could have easily resulted in kidney failure or death if a child was bitten by one or more. The previous homeowners concealed the issues of the spiders, and did not disclose this hazardous information with the new homeowners. Not only that but the attorney either funded or provided by State Farm has attempted to lie blatantly about how the infestation could have manifested in the home.

ragemovement:

did-you-kno:

Source

This is actually an interesting legal case. State Farm insured the new homeowners and the old homeowners and instead of remaining out of the courtroom until after the case, State Farm armed the defendant with their own defense (obviously at greater value than the new homeowners could afford) which resulted in legal costs of up to or slightly beyond $100,000.
Luckily, the new homeowners won (though the case is under appeal by State Farm) against their own insurance company and the previous homeowners, or else they might be in $500,000 worth of debt right now on top of being exposed to thousands of toxic spiders. This family has children that were exposed to the infestation and could have easily resulted in kidney failure or death if a child was bitten by one or more. The previous homeowners concealed the issues of the spiders, and did not disclose this hazardous information with the new homeowners. Not only that but the attorney either funded or provided by State Farm has attempted to lie blatantly about how the infestation could have manifested in the home.