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liberalsarecool:

Yup.

Via Worley Dervish
@worleydervish

liberalsarecool:

Yup.

Via Worley Dervish
@worleydervish

liberalsarecool:

The NRA and ALEC have made murder a first option. Repeal “stand your ground” and boycott states with those laws.

liberalsarecool:

The NRA and ALEC have made murder a first option. Repeal “stand your ground” and boycott states with those laws.

How the guy I talked to the other day looks at taxes and refunds: A loan you give to the government that you don't even get interest for.
How I tend to look at taxes and refunds: The bill I pay as a citizen so I can have, you know, roads and schools and firemen and police and stuff. And sometimes I overpay so I get a present at the start of the next year.
youngprogressivevoices:

Definitely.
My father had taught me to be nice first, because you can always be mean later, but once you’ve been mean to someone, they won’t believe the nice anymore. So be nice, be nice, until it’s time to stop being nice, then destroy them.
Laurell K. Hamilton (via planb-becomeapirate)

So true, so very true!

oliviarrrr:

Okay, so everyone seems to be hailing Lily Allen’s new song as a feminist anthem and if you wanna do that then that’s cool whatever it’s not for me to decide. But if you want a feminist song/video tackling misogyny and racism then you should definitely watch and listen to That’s Alright by Laura Mvula. Not only is it a good, catchy, singalong song that tells you it’s okay to be who you are, but the video itself demonstrates how black people in the media and entertainment industries are used as props, simple entertainment for white people. 

I especially like when she gets to the chorus and she’s singing “Who made you the centre of the universe?” at the all-white audience. A really brilliant yet underrated song and video.

88-keys:

by @palomija “***ALERT**** New York City tri-state area, this is my sister Kanyas neice and Kyoko Heshiimu’s daughter Kaila Scott, who is 14 years old. She did not return to her family’s home on Staten Island last night and her family is now working with the police to locate her. She was last seen at 12:30 PM yesterday (Tuesday, January 28) leaving Staten Island and heading to Forever 21 in Union Square. She was wearing Black leggings with jean shorts, a black leather jacket and boots with metal studs. She is approximately 5’1 and roughly 110 lbs.  If you have seen this girl or have any knowledge of her whereabouts, please call Kyoko at 718-727-7236 or 911. ***PLEASE ALSO CIRCULATE. THANK YOU!***” via @PhotoRepost_app

88-keys:

by @palomija “***ALERT**** New York City tri-state area, this is my sister Kanyas neice and Kyoko Heshiimu’s daughter Kaila Scott, who is 14 years old. She did not return to her family’s home on Staten Island last night and her family is now working with the police to locate her. She was last seen at 12:30 PM yesterday (Tuesday, January 28) leaving Staten Island and heading to Forever 21 in Union Square. She was wearing Black leggings with jean shorts, a black leather jacket and boots with metal studs. She is approximately 5’1 and roughly 110 lbs.
If you have seen this girl or have any knowledge of her whereabouts, please call Kyoko at 718-727-7236 or 911. ***PLEASE ALSO CIRCULATE. THANK YOU!***” via @PhotoRepost_app

lumos5001:

ziverdavid:

so I can prove to my friend -
please reblog this if you’ve ever watched more than five hours straight of a single television series. she thinks I’m insane.

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hello darkness my old friend…

Oh, more times than I care to admit.