The latest news from DC is a clear attack on our entire community, a very overt attempt at erasing our rights and thus our very existence. When we’re attacked, we unite, we rally, and we fight back! Please join us tomorrow and let’s be angry and proud and vocal together! Use your voice, use your presence, use your existence, because they all matter; you matter! Allies, please come prove to us that you see us as fellow human-beings, worthy of love, support, rights and existence. Tomorrow, Tuesday October 23rd at 4, corner of Anapamu and State! . . . . . . . #transrightsarehumanrights#translivesmatter#wewontbeerased#letsrally#transrights#saynotothememo
@POTUS in #houston#letsrally#maga including the migrant caravan entering Mexico and heading toward the southern U.S. border, a lot of which is in Texas. Bottom Line: O’Rourke is proving to be too liberal for mostly red Texas. This race has garnered national attention due to O’Rourke’s fundraising prowess, he raised more than $38 million between July and September, and because many in the media see him as the great liberal hope. However, Cruz is a polished candidate who has stayed within his brand and has remained uncontroversial this election cycle, which cannot be said of O’Rourke. Cruz’s numbers may not be as strong as he had hoped, but I do think he’ll pull this one out. The highly publicized visit by the president is a boost to Cruz, as is being proven by the great interest from Texans wanting to attend the rally.
Turtles shells are not only essential to their own well being, but as well play a beneficial roll in the oceans ecosystem. Their shells, also known as a carapace, gives them protection in the wild and can help sea turtles camouflage in the ocean. Sea turtles also provide a service with their shells for other animals in the ocean — many animals use sea turtle shells as a home to live on and others use them as feeding stations. Sea turtles in the ocean usually have tiny creatures called epibionts that live on their shell; an epibiont is basically a small hitchhiker that lives on the surface of another living animal. There have been more than 100 different species of epibionts identified on different turtle species shells. Common epibionts found on sea turtles are barnacles, algae, and small crabs. Not only do sea turtles provide a home for these critters, but they also give them a ride from reef to reef in the ocean so they can expand their genetic diversity and habitat. Sea turtles and their shells are also popular among fishes that like to eat those hitchhiking critters. This important relationship benefits both the fish and the sea turtle — the fish eat a meal while the sea turtle gets a cleaning. However, if too many critters live on a sea turtle’s shell it can affect the way the animal moves in the ocean, making it less streamlined for swimming. #funfact _______________________________________________________ #seaturtle#turtleconservation#saveseaturtles#hitchhiker#savethefishies#nostrawplease#nosingleuseplastic#besustainable#makeachange#saveourseas#ispeakfortheseas#turningthetide#thinblueline#letsrally
It is Wednesday my dudes and tonight we are continuing our series titled Asking For A Friend. You can submit your questions to the sarahah link in our bio so grab a friend, ask some questions, and we hope to see you there tonight @ 6:30. #letsrally#askingforafriend