gayabortions:

boyexemplified:

"what would the founding fathers think if they could see America today"

probably something extremely racist

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verylittlebird:

kids today google, not giggle. they play angry birds instead of getting angry AT birds. they all have an ipad but no iq. not even one. they playstation but they never play station. i.e. one pretending to be a train and the others pretending to be different trains or low paid maintenance workers. they’re obsessed with one direction, rather than enjoying all eight directions equally. facebook… but unable to face… a book. or a hoop with a stick. a lost generation. the tv show.

#dying  #queueue  

princeowl:

really sick of seeing so much hate directed towards the police on here. look, we get it, you prefer sting’s solo work, i like it too alright? that doesnt mean ‘every little thing she does is magic’ and ‘can’t stand losing you’ arent awesome jams. ‘roxanne’ and ‘don’t stand so close to me’ are classic, don’t even get me started on ‘spirits in the material world’. just stop ok? 

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Naomi, Gianni Versace Spring/Summer 1997

Anonymous asked: Lololol. Reverse racism exists, and you're very ridiculous for not even acknowledging it?

lovelylavenderchild:

In breaking news, another white person believes in something that truly doesn’t happen. 

No white person is subjected to prejudice based on a systematic structured power system that doesn’t benefit them

So please miss me with that bullshit haha

reverse racism is totally a thing…assuming you can go back in time and prevent colonialism and the atlantic slave trade from happening. then yes, definitely a thing.

OKAY EVERYONE LISTEN UP!

kawaii-afro-fluff:

YOU WANT TO HELP WITH FERGUSON BUT YOU DON’T KNOW HOW? HERE’S HOW. 

YOU ALL NEED TO WRITE LETTERS TO YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS!

WHY WRITE TO ELECTED OFFICIALS?

Maybe you’re not convinced that writing a letter to your elected official is the best way to spend your time. There are several reasons it’s worth your while, including:

  • To explain to an official how a particular issue affects you or your group.
  • To express support for a proposed law, policy, or course of action.
  • To oppose a proposed law, policy, or course of action.

In any of the above cases, the letter may include information about the issue that the official may not have, or suggest an alternate course of action that she hasn’t previously heard about.

  • To demonstrate to an official that his constituents are aware of an issue and have a real interest in the outcome.
  • To inform an official about an issue or situation, giving background and history that she may not have.
  • To attempt to persuade an official to vote in a certain way on an issue, or to take other related action.
  • To build your reputation as a thoughtful person in the eyes of the officials, and thus make your criticism or support more influential, or to put yourself in the position of the person to be consulted when the official needs information about your issue.
  • To request a meeting to discuss the issue or some related matter of concern.
  • To thank an official for support given, or action taken.
  • To criticize an official for a past vote or action.
  • To put an official on notice that you and your group are watching his actions, and that he needs to take your votes into account at election time.
  • To ask an official to state her position on a particular issue, or to reveal her voting record.
  • To ask for help or support.

HOW DO YOU WRITE LETTERS TO PUBLIC OFFICIALS?

  1. Decide on the recipient
  2. Find out who your elected officials are.  Visit www.house.gov and enter your zip code to determine who represents you in the House of Representatives.  Visit www.senate.gov and select your state to identify your two U.S. Senators.  On both of these websites, you will find links to your members of Congress’ websites to obtain their contact information.  Use www.congress.org to find your Governor and State Legislators.
  3. Open the letter in an official manner
  4. Explain the purpose for your letter
  5. Summarize your understanding on the issue/decision being considered
  6. Explain your position on this issue
  7. Describe what any changes will mean to you, and others.
  8. Identify others who may be affected by this decision
  9. Acknowledge past support
  10. Describe what action you hope the official will take
  11. IF YOU HAVE WRITTEN A LETTER THAT OPPOSES SOME ACTION, OFFER AN ALTERNATIVE
  12. If you have the time and you are committed, ask how you can help
  13. Close and sign your letter
  14. Check your letter for spelling and grammatical errors

If someone could write a generic letter addressing all of our concerns about justice and police brutality, we can send HUNDREDS of well written letters to our elected officials. I’ll draft something up soon.

IF YOU’RE CONFUSED ON WHAT YOU CAN DO TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE, THIS IS WHAT YOU CAN DO!

reblogging so i have this as a reference. thank you so much to the OP!!!

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  • Doctor: do you drink or smoke?
  • Me: no
  • Doctor: (under his breath) what a loser

chasing-yesterdays-dreams:

Learn Your Surgical Terms!

*apologies- source unknown*

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hislittleflower-throughconcrete:

patron-saint-of-smart-asses:

*advocates for modesty*

*dresses in nothing but a bra and gym shorts when not out in public*

lol same

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designcloud:

Fonts of the Month: July.

As usual, this blog brings you the best fonts released in the past month. The summer bring us very high quality fonts, and it seems that the king of the trend still are the hand made fonts, the proof is the True North typeface by Cultivated Mind which was the best selling font in this month. Other interesting and innovative approach is Horizontes Script by Sudtipos, a sexy script font with a very low x height that makes it elegant yet readable. I can’t describe every of this 22 fonts so I really encourage you to click in the name of any of this font from the list and see all the details and every corner of these typefaces:

  1. True North (50% off)
  2. AmpleSoft (70% off)
  3. Loew (80% off)
  4. Filson Pro (75% off)
  5. Nemocón (50% off)
  6. Horizontes Script (30% off)
  7. Golos
  8. Kleide (75% off)
  9. Innervers Gothic (50% off)
  10. Adagio Sans (90% off)
  11. Adagio Serif (90% off)
  12. Adagio Slab (90% off)
  13. Chimphand (50% off)
  14. Core Sans D (80% off)
  15. MB Empire (75% off)
  16. Zilvertype Pro
  17. Sailec (80% off)
  18. Dawnora (50% off)
  19. Lichtspielhaus Handmade (50% off)
  20. Montague Script Bold (50% off)
  21. Finalist Round Slab (80% off)
  22. Brilant Typeface

Did you like it? Then you should see the past months: JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMay, June and past year.

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DAMMIT I’m going to end up getting a bunch of these

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