laurishly



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i no longer have patience for certain things, not because i’ve become arrogant, but simply because i reached a point in my life where i do not want to waste more time with what displeases me or hurts me. i have no patience for cynicism, excessive criticism and demands of any nature. i lost the will to please those who do not like me, to love those who do not love me and to smile at those who do not want to smile at me. i no longer spend a single minute on those who lie or want to manipulate. i decided not to coexist anymore with pretense, hypocrisy, dishonesty and cheap praise. i do not tolerate selective erudition nor academic arrogance. i do not adjust either to popular gossiping. i hate conflict and comparisons. i believe in a world of opposites and that’s why i avoid people with rigid and inflexible personalities. in friendship i dislike the lack of loyalty and betrayal. i do not get along with those who do not know how to give a compliment or a word of encouragement. exaggerations bore me and i have difficulty accepting those who do not like animals. and on top of everything i have no patience for anyone who does not deserve my patience.

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SHUT DOWN HUMANITY WE HAVE REACHED THE BEST WE WILL EVER BE

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I was here last month on my Oregon/Washington roadtrip! This is Vance Creek Bridge which not far outside of Seattle. It is the second highest railroad ever built in the US at a soaring height 347 feet! It is now abandoned and a short hike to visit and walk across.  It was beautiful as well as terrifying. I was planning on taking an incredible photo sitting on the edge, but I couldn’t get a third of the way across the bridge without shaking and nearly crying because it was so disorienting being that high with no railing. 
 Here I am, trying not to look freaked out (and I totally was). 
With that being said, I hear its much easier the second time around… unless of course you have no issues with heights and you’re one of those first timers who would gladly do cart wheels on the beams and hang off the edge with one arm (which people do. NO.) I highly recommend the visit if you’re in the area! 

I was here last month on my Oregon/Washington roadtrip! This is Vance Creek Bridge which not far outside of Seattle. It is the second highest railroad ever built in the US at a soaring height 347 feet! It is now abandoned and a short hike to visit and walk across.  It was beautiful as well as terrifying. I was planning on taking an incredible photo sitting on the edge, but I couldn’t get a third of the way across the bridge without shaking and nearly crying because it was so disorienting being that high with no railing. 

 Here I am, trying not to look freaked out (and I totally was). 

With that being said, I hear its much easier the second time around… unless of course you have no issues with heights and you’re one of those first timers who would gladly do cart wheels on the beams and hang off the edge with one arm (which people do. NO.) I highly recommend the visit if you’re in the area! 

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Anonymous asked: opinion on America?

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