Reblogged from eclipsedglitter
Never fails to make me dance like the 4th member of Boyz 2 Men
hahahahahahahahahah kath cud u be more bent if u tried mate
I defy you not to bust a move when the magic fills your ears
are you challenging me princess?
Reblogged from thefreelioness
Jason Helvenston of Orlando, Florida told authorities when arguing for his right to garden in his front yard.
Gardeners aren’t generally known for their civil disobedience, yet in the last couple of years several have run afoul of local officials for tending vegetables in their front yards. In Ferguson, Mo., a stay-at-home father was ordered to dig up his 55 varieties of edible plants. In Tulsa, Okla., a gardener who didn’t want to remove her veggies and medicinal herbs saw them largely cleared by the city. In Oak Park, Mich., a mother of six named Julie Bass faced up to 93 days in jail for refusing to take out the raised beds in front of her home and plant what the city deemed “suitable” ground cover.
These and other cases have drawn national attention, as well as outrage from gardeners, some of whom have begun referring to the isolated skirmishes as a broader “war on gardens.”
The good news is that Jason Helveston won the right to garden. Orlando has now changed the rules to allow gardening in both the front and backyards of your property.
"The Helvenstons and all Americans have a constitutional right to put their property to peaceful and productive use without being harassed by the government," - Ari Bargil of the Institute for Justice