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Call me Becca. 22. Left-winger, atheistic, bi/demisexual dork who's unlikely to let your bullshit slide. Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Torchwood, The Hunger Games, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Teen Titans, some comics, politics, and feminism abound.

Yes, I'm bisexual and asexual simultaneously, and here's how that makes perfect sense. Please stop asking.

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doctorbethany:

cakewithwings:

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doctorbethany:

cakewithwings:

So. Much. Hair.

Going to be honest, I first thought Hagrid

Yer a wizard, Harry!

ABORT ABORT! APPARENTLY SOMEHOW MY PHONE BLUETOOTHED THIS PICTURE TO MY TV WHILE MY WHOLE FAMILY WAS WATCHING! THEY WERE JUST HAPPILY WATCHING FOOTBALL OR WHATEVER WHEN BAM! HAGRID SELFIE COMES UP ACROSS THE WHOLE SCREEN!!!

*Trombone failure sound effect*

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propheticaloeswood:

casual reminder that the apocalyptic violence is still happening in ferguson because the police refused to fire a white cop who shot dead an innocent unarmed black kid 

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whatisthat-velvet:

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tigerthevampirequeen:

blackfootbeauty:

lindsatryptamine:

Two years ago, I look super young without make up, but when I’m on the mission team, it doesn’t matter haha. This is from my spirit animal naming ceremony that I received on my 6th mission trip to Browning, Montana to the Blackfoot Indian reservation. The headdress is 100% authentic Blackfoot Indian.

I hate to tell you this, but I’m Blackfoot, I have family in Browning, and there’s no such thing as a spirit animal naming ceremony. Someone in Browning is playing you and your friends for a sucker. I hope you didn’t pay money for that, because you got ripped off. There’s lots of NDNs there who think nothing about playing non-NDNs like a harp out of hell in order to get money, unfortunately. 

how much you bet the people running the “spirit animal ceremony” were immitating that “animal name” scene from Dance Me Outside and had a big laugh after the christians left

I AM THE WOLVERINE!!!!! -mod A

Daaaaaamn son

Lmao

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Tagged #food #recipes

stfueverything:

dbvictoria:

With all the heat Anita Sarkeesian gets for her Tropes series, you’d think it was a new topic, but Gene Siskel & Roger Ebert had a discussion on a similar theme when they were talking about the influx of slasher movies on their show in 1980.

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34 years later and this is STILL relevant

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infamousnfamous:

memeguy-com:

Halloween display fell over

OR

THE FIRST CASUALTY OF THE SKELETON WAR

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Erotica Written By An 8 Year Old Boy Who Is Still Trying To Figure Out What Sex Is →

hothotphone:

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Tom Brady was tired from all the football he had been playing. He was sweaty too. He had scored like 100 touchdowns.

Something you should know about Tom Brady is that he is the best at football. He is also the best at sex. He is the Tom Brady of sex. He definitely knows…

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Radical Neurodivergence Speaking: How dare I? How dare you not? →

jumpingjacktrash:

When a parent kills an autistic child, it’s so predictable. People come out of the woodwork to defend the killer, demand we walk in her shoes, to stomp their feet and demand of me “how dare you judge?”

Easily.

How dare you not?

> “Don’t kill your kid” is a pretty low standard. I have no doubt in my mind that I can life the rest of my days without committing, or even considering, infanticide. I’m a bit terrified, though, of all the parents who feel this is too stringent a standard, who are eager to make clear that maybe they will kill their kid, they’re just not sure that “no killing” is a fair expectation.

PREACH.

Whenever you sympathize with someone like Kelli Stapleton, I’m just going to presume you would also murder your own child under such circumstances.

But of course, that’s only if the child is disabled. Then our lives are worth less because of some quality of life bullshit.

#IAmIssyStapleton. I’m one of the lucky autistics who wasn’t murdered as a child, but I was abused on a regular basis.

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Thor, Goddess of Thunder

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But Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Chase Manhattan Bank, an JPMorgan Chase are not powerful because they worked hard. The best illustration of this point comes through a historical analysis. How did the banking system in this country get started? How did the richest people in the richest country in the world get their money?

Banking got started in this country by investing in the Triangular Slave Trade. The reason historians call it Triangular Slave Trade is that Europeans went to Africa, enslaved the people, brought them to this part of the world, and sold the people for products like hemp, sugarcane, cotton, and then those products were sent to Europe. That is why there were three angles: Africa, the United States, and Europe. The banking system—Lloyd’s of London, Barclays Bank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo-invested in that process and that is how their hegemony was established. In the last five years, almost all the banks I just mentioned have reluctantly acknowledged that they became established through the institution of slavery and the slave trade. So we see many people today questioning the system considering this simple fact: ‘Because the banks got rich by exploiting my ancestors I don’t see why I should have to pay them anything. They owe me if anything. I don’t want their money, because there is no price tag that can be placed on the suffering.’

Ahjamu Umi, from a guest lecture on March 21, 2013 at Concordia University

See also: “Wachovia apologizes for slavery ties,” CNN Money, June 5, 2005 & “American finance grew on the backs of slaves,” Chicago Sun-Times, March 7, 2014.

For more reading on the origins of the present American banking system and its foundations in the Euro-American slave trade, check out Slavery and American Economic Development (2006) by Gavin Wright and Debt, investment, slaves: credit relations in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, 1825-1885 (1995) by Richard Kilbourne.

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Think of the centuries of wealth created by cotton, sugar, and textiles in the UK and USA built on the institution of African slave labor.

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nubbsgalore:

the autumnal colour spectrum

(photos by rob herr, richard shilling, ryan connors, evie jaye, mr. dale)

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I thought this was leading to something deep…I wasn’t disappointed.

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nayx:

social media is destroying our planet! no one talks to each other. people’s mouths are shrinking and vanishing. yesterday i sent a text message and a nearby tree fell over and instantly died. a sinkhole opened up because of all the time we wasted on youtube

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purgeparty:

estando:

no war but the skeleton class war

the skeletariat will overthrow the bonegeoise 

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Tagged #HAHHA #IAN LOOK