iwriteaboutfeminism:

Police continue to make arrests at Ferguson protest.

Part 4.

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Well, I said, wondering if that was what I was doing—asking for help. That was supposedly the first step in something, in making progress, in becoming a better person with fewer problems. Or wait—was it admitting you have a problem? But doesn’t everyone have problems? Isn’t waking up or drinking water or eating lunch admitting you have a problem?

Nobody Is Ever Missing, Catherine Lacey

amyspalding:

bearhatalice:

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This is very relatable, for me.

This is so important

captainsunbeam:

So I’m going through a kind of ridiculous job search, looking for work in a city I don’t even live in yet, basically throwing myself at anything that I might be able to do and hoping that somewhere, I’ll stick. And it’s a nightmare. I mean, obviously, you know that, if you’ve ever looked for work, and at least 75% of the people reading this are adult humans trying to survive in a capitalist society, so you probably have. ANYWAY in the midst of ramping up for a really fun panic attack over writing a cover letter for a job I actually want today, I remembered a little book called Let’s All Find Awesome Jobs by Kevin Fanning that I bought and read the last time I was looking for work. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. It’s pretty much exactly the advice you’ve always wanted someone to give you about looking for work but for some reason no one ever has. Also, it will manage to make you laugh even while you’re dry-heaving over the thought of writing yet another cover letter.

<3

captainsunbeam:

So I’m going through a kind of ridiculous job search, looking for work in a city I don’t even live in yet, basically throwing myself at anything that I might be able to do and hoping that somewhere, I’ll stick. And it’s a nightmare. I mean, obviously, you know that, if you’ve ever looked for work, and at least 75% of the people reading this are adult humans trying to survive in a capitalist society, so you probably have. ANYWAY in the midst of ramping up for a really fun panic attack over writing a cover letter for a job I actually want today, I remembered a little book called Let’s All Find Awesome Jobs by Kevin Fanning that I bought and read the last time I was looking for work. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. It’s pretty much exactly the advice you’ve always wanted someone to give you about looking for work but for some reason no one ever has. Also, it will manage to make you laugh even while you’re dry-heaving over the thought of writing yet another cover letter.

<3

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electricdoc:

jensenacklesmeltsmyheart:

electricdoc:

alonelyangel6:

electricdoc:

thesweetandawesomeqinn:

electricdoc:

stabble1234:

electricdoc:

slendersummerseve:

BITCH I WILL FUCKING CUT YOU



YOU’VE ANGERED THE WRONG FANDOM



You’re going down punk, just you FUCKNG WAIT!! You will learn that this fandom is far worse than you will ever want to know. We may seem soft and shy, but we’re just being NICE! We can be cold, cruel, mean, and make you suffer and wish you had never said what you said. We can send you into the farthest most empty reaches of the galaxy, summon demons to our disposal to make you suffer, and make you feel the feelings that we experience, and don’t fucking think for a single goddamn second that’s easy! The amount of emotions that would boil inside of you would literally kill you. So keep your motherfucking distance and we won’t hurt you, so stay the hell back, asshole. If you so much as insult us one more time, we will bring firey hell upon you and bitch slap you into oblivion. Your move, dildo.



We know how to kill a human and hide the evidence. Your body will never be found, and that is a promise.



You do realize a majority of the fandom are 20 somethings right? or at least in college. We can find you, kill you, and make it look like you killed yourself. Don’t try us :)

electricdoc:

jensenacklesmeltsmyheart:

electricdoc:

alonelyangel6:

electricdoc:

thesweetandawesomeqinn:

electricdoc:

stabble1234:

electricdoc:

slendersummerseve:

BITCH I WILL FUCKING CUT YOU

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YOU’VE ANGERED THE WRONG FANDOM

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You’re going down punk, just you FUCKNG WAIT!! You will learn that this fandom is far worse than you will ever want to know. We may seem soft and shy, but we’re just being NICE! We can be cold, cruel, mean, and make you suffer and wish you had never said what you said. We can send you into the farthest most empty reaches of the galaxy, summon demons to our disposal to make you suffer, and make you feel the feelings that we experience, and don’t fucking think for a single goddamn second that’s easy! The amount of emotions that would boil inside of you would literally kill you. So keep your motherfucking distance and we won’t hurt you, so stay the hell back, asshole. If you so much as insult us one more time, we will bring firey hell upon you and bitch slap you into oblivion. Your move, dildo.

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We know how to kill a human and hide the evidence. Your body will never be found, and that is a promise.

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You do realize a majority of the fandom are 20 somethings right? or at least in college. We can find you, kill you, and make it look like you killed yourself. Don’t try us :)

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Watch Going Deep with David Rees Online - Free at Hulu →

mokin:

howtosharpenpencils:

If you click on that link, you can watch EVERY EPISODE of GOING DEEP for FREE on your COMPUTER.

You will learn:

- How to make ice cubes

- How to tie your shoes

- How to dig a hole

- How to flip a coin

- How to swat a fly

- How to open a door

- How to throw a paper airplane

- How to light a match

- How to climb a tree

- How to shake hands

Best of luck to you!

This is my new favorite TV show. David Rees is a hero and a champion. We should all strive to be more Rees-esque, to approach the world with such excitement, wonder, and curiosity. Besides teaching us how to tie our shoes and open doors, Going Deep with David Rees is a lesson in how to be a better human being.

Check it out!

My kids hate everything but they love this show (I also enjoy it)

amyspalding:

hearthfires-holocausts:

bramblepatch:

from Passing English of the Victorian Era
I’m gonna bring this back if it’s the last thing I do

I LOVE THIS SO MUCH

UH WHY DID WE EVER STOP USING IT. I totally had the morbs today.

amyspalding:

hearthfires-holocausts:

bramblepatch:

from Passing English of the Victorian Era

I’m gonna bring this back if it’s the last thing I do

I LOVE THIS SO MUCH

UH WHY DID WE EVER STOP USING IT. I totally had the morbs today.

aixatumbrl:

Coherence | James Ward Byrkit | 2013

I watched this movie this weekend and it was great. 

hannanimal​ tagged me in that Ten Books That Stayed With You thing. More than ten books have stayed with me but this is a pretty solid list I feel. (It wasn’t until seeing all these covers together that I realized there’s a whole loneliness/life sucks/apocalyptic thing happening here.)