passific-rim-job:

nedsseveredhead:

I feel so proud when friends tell me their parents like me. Like damn right they do, I am a delight.

a friend’s dad once hugged me goodbye and said “you’re like the daughter i never had” and his wife is like “you
have a daughter

Andrea: My mom still asks when you’re going to come visit her.

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nelaguilvr:

iamchantaya:

rhomeporium:

A mother’s worst nightmare.

She was preaching

this gave me chills

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"White people in America are a trip… they exterminate the Native American and then try to dress just like them. What kind of necrophilia is that?"

A Huey P. Newton Story

 

(via diabla-silenciosa)

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1nto-the-wild:

PREACH

I say this to people this all the time.

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reedmeister-of-jacobstown:

My Biology book confirms Half-Life 3. However it will take awhile.

I showed this to my brother and he said: “I think that’s an overly optimistic estimate of when Half-Life 3 will come out.”

reedmeister-of-jacobstown:

My Biology book confirms Half-Life 3. However it will take awhile.

I showed this to my brother and he said: “I think that’s an overly optimistic estimate of when Half-Life 3 will come out.”

(Source: crystalweeb, via liamdryden)

Let’s chat:

jenifromthebloc:

Listen, I know ALS is a serious disease and that the ice bucket challenge has raised crazy amounts of cash for a good cause, but it aggravates me that a bunch of my (white) friends are falling all over themselves to do this challenge and/or blindly donate to this cause, but haven’t said a damn word about what’s happening in Ferguson, or anything remotely political or racial. The ice bucket challenge is very safe: you appear to be fun and philanthropic without really educating yourself. Let’s be honest, who actually took the time out to research the disease and the ALS Association before, during, or after completing the challenge? 

It’s also an issue our “colorblind” friends can get behind. No one wants to rock the boat on social media talking race politics, but everyone can participate in this challenge because ALS doesn’t discriminate, unlike our government and criminal justice system. 

We live in a country where some citizens don’t even have access to clean drinking water, while others are pouring ice water on themselves for the sake of “charity.” You don’t even need to drag out the tired “there are kids in Africa who…!” line for this one, it’s happening right here.

We live in a country where people—citizens— are getting terrorized by the police, and children are going days without going to schools which might be their only safe haven and place to get a meal, while others are pouring ice water on themselves for the sake of “charity.”

We live in a country where a black person is killed every 28 hours—every. twenty. eight. hours.— by a police officer or vigilante, while others are pouring ice water on themselves for the sake of “charity.”

If this comes across as damning, that’s because it is. If you did the challenge and donated, great. You helped a great cause. But don’t just throw money at an issue and walk away. Study it, learn something, get involved. And get involved and speak out against something less fun and more polarizing too. 

Jenika: What does it say about me that I was following the Ferguson thing closely even though I was in Amsterdam and London for two weeks, but only found out today what the ice bucket challenge is?

heathenist:

ferguson rly teaches a lesson in the lengths police will go to protect each other and white supremacy. they’d rather do all this than arrest one man. 

because he is a cop, and he’s white.

they ‘have each other’s backs’ so doggedly and determinedly that they would sacrifice a town of black people for one white cop

(via queerandpresentdanger)

a-spoon-is-born:

gryblogs:

quietlyloud-intersex:

treeofcolor:

eurotrottest:

admiral-yousmator:

You know what really gets to me, and I’m sure many know this, is the blatant abuse and betrayal that white photogs display in POC countries. Every time a photo has gotten famous like this photo did in history, the actual focus of the photo is left behind in the dust while the white photog is hailed as a hero for displaying the ills of that country. He didn’t even fucking ask her name. He didn’t ask for 17 years. The world knew nothing about her life and her story. He captured one moment that made him famous and she got nothing.
Every time I see this photo, I seethe.

interesting perspective

whats her name though

^^^

HER NAME IS SHARBAT GULA

HER NAME IS SHARBAT GULA

a-spoon-is-born:

gryblogs:

quietlyloud-intersex:

treeofcolor:

eurotrottest:

admiral-yousmator:

You know what really gets to me, and I’m sure many know this, is the blatant abuse and betrayal that white photogs display in POC countries. Every time a photo has gotten famous like this photo did in history, the actual focus of the photo is left behind in the dust while the white photog is hailed as a hero for displaying the ills of that country. He didn’t even fucking ask her name. He didn’t ask for 17 years. The world knew nothing about her life and her story. He captured one moment that made him famous and she got nothing.

Every time I see this photo, I seethe.

interesting perspective

whats her name though

^^^

HER NAME IS SHARBAT GULA

HER NAME IS SHARBAT GULA

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flyhighdreaming:

eoliveson:

aziraphalesneakers:

Can’t go over it.

Can’t go under it.

Can’t go around it.

Gotta go through it.

Trying to explain depression or anxiety to someone who’s never experienced it.

This belongs here.

this is so accurate 

Tell someone you have a debilitating vision problem that interferes with your ability to function on a day to day basis, no one’s going to question your need for glasses. Tell someone you have debilitating anxiety that interferes with your ability to function on a day to day basis, everyone says, why do you need medication for that? It’s all in your head. Just get over it.

(via worthmuchmorethantruth)

(via xkcd: New)
Mouseover: “The nice thing about headcannons is that it’s really easy to get other people to believe in them.”

(via xkcd: New)
Mouseover: “The nice thing about headcannons is that it’s really easy to get other people to believe in them.”