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officialjimmorrison:

"You know, that’s something that really bothers me. What’s wrong with being fat? That’s what I want to know. Why is it so onerous to be fat? I don’t see anything wrong with fat, you know? I remember when I used to weigh 185 pounds. I was the same height that I am now, but I was 185 pounds.
And I was going to college, and I had this food ticket at the cafeteria. And the cafeteria food is mainly all based on starch. You know, it’s cheap food, right? And so I don’t know what it was — I just felt like if you missed your meal, I figured, well, I was getting screwed, right? if I missed a meal, I just blew it. So I’d get up at 6:30 every morning just to make breakfast. Eggs and grits and sausages and toast. Milk. Then I’d go do a few classes and I’d make it in there for lunch. Mashed potatoes, ahh. Every now and then, they’d put a little piece of meat in something, you know? And then I’d go to a few more classes and then I’d go to dinner and it was more mashed potatoes.
And so about three months later, I was 185 pounds, and you know what? I felt so great. I felt like a tank, you know? I felt like a large mammal, a big beast. When I’d move through the corridors or across the lawn, I just feel like I could knock anybody out of my way. I was solid, man. It’s terrible to be thin and wispy because, you know, you’d get knocked over by a strong wind or something. Fat is beautiful.”
Jim Morrison. Fat is beautiful.

officialjimmorrison:

"You know, that’s something that really bothers me. What’s wrong with being fat? That’s what I want to know. Why is it so onerous to be fat? I don’t see anything wrong with fat, you know? I remember when I used to weigh 185 pounds. I was the same height that I am now, but I was 185 pounds.

And I was going to college, and I had this food ticket at the cafeteria. And the cafeteria food is mainly all based on starch. You know, it’s cheap food, right? And so I don’t know what it was — I just felt like if you missed your meal, I figured, well, I was getting screwed, right? if I missed a meal, I just blew it. So I’d get up at 6:30 every morning just to make breakfast. Eggs and grits and sausages and toast. Milk. Then I’d go do a few classes and I’d make it in there for lunch. Mashed potatoes, ahh. Every now and then, they’d put a little piece of meat in something, you know? And then I’d go to a few more classes and then I’d go to dinner and it was more mashed potatoes.

And so about three months later, I was 185 pounds, and you know what? I felt so great. I felt like a tank, you know? I felt like a large mammal, a big beast. When I’d move through the corridors or across the lawn, I just feel like I could knock anybody out of my way. I was solid, man. It’s terrible to be thin and wispy because, you know, you’d get knocked over by a strong wind or something. Fat is beautiful.”

Jim Morrison. Fat is beautiful.

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How to break out of a zip-tie- potentially life-saving information

You guys, please share it. You never know when someone is going to need this information.

PLEASE reblog this— zipties are one of the most common ways of binding a person upon kidnapping because they are cheap and hard to break.

Knowing things like this puts you one step closer to freedom if, heaven forbid, you fall into a situation where you need to use this information.

This is useful to know of course, but it’s worth noting that this video is kind of a poor example because she’s using commercial zipties that you might buy at a hardware store to pull some wires together or something which are way flimsier than the law enforcement style cuffs that are more often used. The kind that they usually used to bind people’s wrists are about 3x thicker than the ones in this video, and attempting this technique is more likely to just cause them to tighten and cut off circulation to your hands if you don’t break them which is a serious thing to be aware of, you don’t want to lose a hand. Also this will NOT work on the cuff style ones that are 2 in 1. 

What will work on both of those however is paracord, or any kind of nylon string which you can use as a saw and pretty much cut through them in a few seconds of back and forth sawing motion. Just FYI.