Suspected for 200 murders, at one point was earning $1 000 000 a week, gave birth to 4 children, ran her cocaine business for 19 years while in jail, and whose drug net worth is estimated at around $500 million. Come on feminists, get behind Griselda Blanco, she did the job better than any of the guys could
i need to be like her
Here we have feminists yet again glorifying a murderer in an attempt to show “female empowerment.”
What’s sick is the fact that those 200+ murders were real people with goals and lives but now they’re seen as nothing but a badge of honor for insecure teenage women who want to feel powerful.
This is why I don’t need feminism.
- chuckles the silly piggy
Jesus christ what next? Myra Hindley as a feminist icon? Jiang Qing? I’ve already seen feminists praise Aileen Wuornos.
WTF is wrong with you people? Shit like this is why I’m not a feminist anymore, as I hate anything that promotes violence, or any bad things, for “”empowerment”“. That’s why I’m an egaltarian. Jesus IDK what’s wrong with people on here anymore…
I’ve actually seen feminists holding up Aileen Wuornos as a feminist heroine on here
Yuck. They always seem to ignore the part when she said she hoped the wives and children of all the jurors would get raped.
Too bad she didnt take out 200 feminists…
i got angry and made a thing.
As a cashier who deals with this shit every day, it’s nice to see that some people actually care about us.
I had no idea about the speed score thing :O
But if I can add on about being a cashier for a Pharmacy:
1) We’re required to have your name and birthday every time you come up. Don’t roll your eyes and expect us to remember you
2) Don’t mumble your name and birthday. It might be obvious to you, but it’s our first time hearing it so please speak clearly
3) The computers we use at the cash register are very basic and only tell us what prescription you’re getting. If you want to know your insurance info or change your info, you have to go down to the other end
4) When you’re dropping off your prescription, STAY. THERE.
There’s a LOT of information we have to go through, including your insurance, and we don’t want you yelling at us later when you come to pick it up and it turns out your insurance didn’t cover it and we couldn’t tell you because you were gone
5) Just please be patient with us.