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  • Mood: Lust
  • Listening to: infected mushroom
  • Reading: Speaker for the Dead
  • Watching: Arrow
  • Playing: who can be creepier
  • Eating: braaaaaains, i mean Yan Yans
  • Drinking: your spinal fluids


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Rebekah LaBrecque
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
United States
Current Residence: earth, for now

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Finnyanne Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for the many many favs again Hug 
Dyingroseofsanity Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
most definitely! 
Dyingroseofsanity Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
* EPA doesnt do their own research to determine if products are safe, they have the companies present information to them. from there, EPA determines if said product is safe or not on the given 'facts'. 
* colony collapse disorder is a serious epidemic. for a dozen years to current time hives have been abandoned and great numbers of bees go missing. there is no common reason that bee keepers have found, but there are key factors that have certainly impacted the bees way of life. usually its parasites or chemicals, weather/seasons. for the bees that have been dying off due to many factors; the greatest killer known to connect to most cases of CCD is pesticides. 
* toxicologists at Bayer (in my opinion evil manufacturer of pesticide) do inefficient short term studies, as short as three days, to come up with whether their pesticides are harming bees or not. those chemicals may not kill them right away, but it makes them sick and all that shit in the pollen transfers from the plant, to the bee, to the next generations, to the honey, etc. 
* very dangerous for us humans also, seeing how 70 percent of plants need cross pollination via bees, the rest being airborne with help from the wind. so you can see how important this species is in orderly furthering life on this earth. 
* monocropping(a farm that grows only one plant) are also not natural nor beneficial to bees. people who transport bees to and fro to these monocrops are not thinking how itll impact the insect colonies. also with monocrops comes along pesticides. pesticides are necessary because of bugs and parasites that 'stalk' those plants. lets say one farmer has acreage covered in only corn. any bug that craves/lives off of said produce will thrive there and the only way to remove them is poison. 
*CASE IN POINT- we humans are killings ourselves, but not just ourselves but other species of animals, insects, amphibians, mammals, arachnids, water creatures, fowls, etc. especially shitty that we are killing the ones that support human life..... even worse is that we are making the future worse for the following generations because we are, in one word, CHEAP
Dyingroseofsanity Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
think pre-bottled water is good for you? think again!
this statement is for these corporations: Nestle a.k.a poland spring/ coca cola/ smart water/ fuji/dasani/ aquafina
tests have been done on bottles right off the shelves non-biasly by others and not by the companies themselves(go figure)
*whats in the their plastic bottles- contaminates such as vinyl chloride, butadiene, styrene(cancer causing), benzene, toluene(gasoline), bisphenol A(plastic that leaches into water which is cancerous).
for the bottles left in a hot car for a week, here is an additional thing found in the water:
diethyl phthalate(causes reproductive issues).

*these companies cause health issues from lung to heart cancer in people who live near the industries. they, on many legal accounts, have stolen water from towns/cities/tribes across the globe. the pollution from these businesses are airborn and their non-biodegradable bottles are collecting in our oceans/seas/lakes/ponds/rivers/etc and killing species left and right. these corporations dont care about the consumer (YOU) they want your money.
*why buy plastic bottled water when you can buy a refillable BPA free bottle that can be refilled with tap water? is the convenience worth the cost of your health and yours as well as other's well being?
*should corps own water and hang it over our heads? most natural clean water sources in the USA will be depleted in 2030. if we buy water now and on we really are digging ourselves into a hole and setting it on fire!
*its in our best interests to stop supporting such industries and focus on the next generation and your own future!
*2030 is not even sixteen years from now, open your eyes, help inform others and share my post and or any news article/ video link, recorded studies and get the word out. we are slowly being killed by food corps and letting it happen =(
Finnyanne Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for the fav
Dyingroseofsanity Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
anytime =p
m-eralp Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013   Photographer
Thanks so much for watch!:)
Dyingroseofsanity Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
ofcourse! i really love all the photos you take. happen to travel often? the shots you take are so perfect! what kind of camera do you use? ever tweak them in photoshop or something? ever have someone annoy you with a series of random questions?
m-eralp Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014   Photographer
I am sorry for late reply first of all and thanks for your nice words:)
I travel a lot except winter time. I've been updating my gear. Currently i am using my Canon 6D mostly.

Happy new year!:)
Dyingroseofsanity Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hopefully its been a happy new year for yourself. certainly has been for me =3
i too tend to withdraw from the outdoors during winter. i notice i become lazy and 'hibernate' so last year i bought snowshoes and theyve come in handy! went snowshoeing twice so far this season and find it to be rejuvenating in the woods and a good workout. also been consciously putting in a lot of weight lifting and extensive yoga so to not become complacent with sitting on my bum while drawing/reading books and comics/viewing shows and movies/gaming. so far so good on staying productive in all senses with various activities. what about yourself?
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