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wnyc:

This sad Brazilian fan was shown crying. But no ones published this beautiful picture of him handing the trophy to a German fan. He was quoted as saying "Take it to the final! As you can see, it is not easy, but you deserve it, congratulations" (Roughly translated)
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wnyc:

This sad Brazilian fan was shown crying. But no ones published this beautiful picture of him handing the trophy to a German fan. He was quoted as saying "Take it to the final! As you can see, it is not easy, but you deserve it, congratulations" (Roughly translated)

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HEADACHES.

I am having one of those days.

Feeling under the weather + Drunk Ana managed to lose her brand new glasses between traipsing around and dancing up a storm at Pride + paying rent + just looked at my empty bank account.

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aleksamanila:

reading to the children at #seattlepridefest family day @seattlepride 2014! #readingisfundamental  (at Cal Anderson Park)

This is beautiful. I love my city.

aleksamanila:

reading to the children at #seattlepridefest family day @seattlepride 2014! #readingisfundamental (at Cal Anderson Park)

This is beautiful. I love my city.

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Don't ever hesitate. Reblog this. TUMBLR RULE. When you see it, REBLOG IT.

  • The original post only has US helplines. I've added UK helplines underneath. It would be great if people could add numbers from everywhere in the world.
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And now it’s pouring buckets outside.

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THAT’S WHAT I GET

Currently sitting inside a Starbucks trying to read. The lovely person next to me keeps stretching out the ends of her sentences.

"ReallyyyyyyyyyYYyyyyyY…"

"GooooooOOOooOd…"

Like to the point of kind of sounding like the possessed closet kid in The Grudge.

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sickforya:

raise your hand if you’re tired and sad and wanna make out with a girl

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Everything Elliot did is perfectly justified. … I am the next Elliot Rodger and guess what I’ll do the right thing this time.

I’ll make sure I only kill women

Police stop Elliot Rodger copycat at University of Washington (via policymic)

For people saying that the Elliot Rodgers thing was a completely isolated and one time thing

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Fuck

(via bitterseafigtree)

Not only that but this article even includes sympathetic tweets from other potential copycats who haven’t been arrested and are just out there, roaming free with their gross misogyny…

(via entitledlesbian)

This is fucking terrifying.
This is what I meant when I said that the actions of a single man can be ignored as an abnormality, but the reactions of so many others can not.

(via fandomsandfeminism)

I live about eight blocks away from the UW campus and was so fucking relieved to hear that campus police moved quickly to track down this guy.

Threats like those of the Santa Barbara killer and UW’s would-be shooter must be taken seriously. Violent misogyny is thriving in the world and we all need to figure out how to fix this.

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Uhhhhhhh I would like these on a card in the event that I decide to become a parent

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pokemon-personalities:

lets play a game called ‘i feel like i’m bothering you with everything i say so i won’t make any attempts at contact until you message me first’

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Hello, adulting.

Hello, adulting.

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Welp, that hurt.

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Title: Motorcycle Drive By Artist: Third Eye Blind 4,539 plays

ericshaw:

andrew-terrence:

And I’ve never been so alone 
And I’ve never been so alive

I’m 16. Driving around and smoking cigarettes.

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needsmoarwhatever:

ultrafunnypictures:

One of the best examples of artistic integrity on a corporate scale.

I can’t be the only one who finds it interesting that “product of its time” is being used directly alongside “still wrong back then”. Most (privileged, white) people use “product of its time” to avoid admitting that something was wrong regardless of its era and to excuse their repeating it.

This is so important, you guys. Far too often people talk like “products of their time” should be buried or hidden and go unviewed.
I don’t think that’s true. I think it’s not only good but also important to look at things made in the past and consider them with knowledge of their context. Not to excuse their context or claim their context doesn’t matter, but because it’s only through knowing about it that we can truly understand not only history, but the past of the things we love.
Adding a disclaimer disavowing those old views (but accepting responsibility by acknowledging that they matter) is a really awesome way to acknowledge that.

fierceawakening:

needsmoarwhatever:

ultrafunnypictures:

One of the best examples of artistic integrity on a corporate scale.

I can’t be the only one who finds it interesting that “product of its time” is being used directly alongside “still wrong back then”. Most (privileged, white) people use “product of its time” to avoid admitting that something was wrong regardless of its era and to excuse their repeating it.

This is so important, you guys. Far too often people talk like “products of their time” should be buried or hidden and go unviewed.

I don’t think that’s true. I think it’s not only good but also important to look at things made in the past and consider them with knowledge of their context. Not to excuse their context or claim their context doesn’t matter, but because it’s only through knowing about it that we can truly understand not only history, but the past of the things we love.

Adding a disclaimer disavowing those old views (but accepting responsibility by acknowledging that they matter) is a really awesome way to acknowledge that.

(via liamdryden)

#media  
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Right in the self-confidence.

Right in the self-confidence.

(Source: caramelzappa, via liamdryden)