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kingcheddarxvii:

Not the heroes we thought we needed but the heroes we really needed all along

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#good words
“When a woman becomes her own best friend life is easier.” — Diane Von Furstenberg  (via thatkindofwoman)

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boysinbarrettes:

this is probably not gonna get a lot of notes but by god it should

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socialjusticekoolaid:

Last Night in Ferguson (9.28-9.29): Last night’s protest was one of the in Ferguson this month, proving once again that the residents of Ferguson/STL County are some of the most resilient and inspiring in all the land. The police were literally holding peaceful protesters hostage late into the night (folks who were complying with all police requests) so they could negotiate with the remaining folks to leave, but the protesters didn’t back down. Eventually all arrestees were released, and many plan to be back out there tonight.

Injustice in Ferguson continues, but despite it, community now thrives too. This is still happening. Are you still paying attention? #staywoke #farfromover

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guardian468:

Best group picture ever

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kmeuh:

Elizabeth II playable in Smash Bros. 4 with various skins.

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ktshy:

shaggyshan:

To prevent getting rusty (as I haven’t made a video in a while) I decided to kick off a new batch with a series I’ve been meaning to start, unboxed FINALLYwhere, after all these years, I finally unbox a bunch of figures, miniatures, and model kits I’ve collected. We start with MINI FOODS.

In which my brother shares his obsession with tiny adorable model food.

Also WHERE DID YOU GET THAT SWEATER???

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#about me

theimaginaryslimshady:

shipping ocs is hard because no one cares but you

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#important

littlemissmutant:

crown-of-weeds:

raptorific:

Things that, as a mentally ill person, I do not find offensive:

  • Using the words “crazy” or “nuts” or “insane” to describe something unexpected or incredible, such as “Mars has two moons?! That’s crazy!” or “Wow, those Westboro Baptists sure believe some crazy shit” or “that party was insane!" or "You really think you can have unlimited chocolate by cutting it a certain way? Are you insane?" or "One Direction’s fans went nuts when they stepped out of that chariot."
  • Using words like “lunatic” or “madman” to describe someone who’s behavior is fanatical, like “Why is that raving lunatic shouting about abortion at this soldier’s funeral?”

Things that, as a mentally ill person, I find incredibly offensive:

  • When you use the words “crazy” or “nuts” or “insane” or “lunatic” or “madman” or any variant as a way of dismissing me or people like me and acting like we’re not full people
  • The portrayal in the media of mentally ill people as not existing beyond their illness on the rare occasion we’re shown as existing at all
  • The portrayal of mentally ill people as dangerous, or more violent than mentally healthy people, or less intelligent and competent to run their own lives than mentally healthy people, and the fact that a lot of writers don’t seem to understand that “mentally ill” is not a motivation. 
  • The fact that every time there’s a mass shooting or a bombing or an attack and they can’t scapegoat a religion or race for the crime, the perpetrator seems to grow a mental illness just in time for the trial, and people think that explains (or in some cases excuses) what they did
  • The fact that when people push for not allowing people who can’t use them responsibly to own weapons, they always seem to start at “mentally ill people” on the list of people who shouldn’t be allowed handle weapons, even though there’s no correlation between mental illness and violence. 
  • When people say “you’d have to be crazy to (commit atrocity)” even though no, sane people commit atrocities all the time. In fact, most violent crime is committed by people with no mental illness. 
  • The fact that I have literally seen otherwise-progressive people suggest that all mentally ill people be registered by the government, and perhaps required to identify themselves, and maybe imprisoned for public safety if the need arises. How would you have us identify ourselves? Should we wear a patch on our clothes, or just present our papers upon request?

But I think what really gets me the most:

  • When mentally healthy people call others out on our behalf when it comes to things on the first list, but remain completely silent about, or even actively complicit in, everything on the second list. 

THISSSSSSSS.

When people say “you’d have to be crazy to (commit atrocity)” even though no, sane people commit atrocities all the time. In fact, most violent crime is committed by people with no mental illness.

this always sends me straight into a spiral of exasperated despair

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gigglesandanixi:

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girlwiththerobottattoo:

I JUST UGLY LAUGHED SO HARD I WOKE UP THE DAMN HOUSE JFC!!!

LOL

DO NOT CLICK THIS IF YOU NEED TO BE QUIET

LMFAOOOOOO

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ba1ance-and-composure:

spookasaur:

IM LAUGJING SO HARD the picture looks so sleek and professional with the lighting but ITS A SPOOKY DOG

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spytap:

neutralrnilkmotel:

2sugoi4u:

is this a common american occurrence?

Yes

You’ve never seen an election before?

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6tume:

ヒメウズラとたんぽぽ

-Quail teachers & dandelion .

6tume:

クジャクバトとスズラン

-fantails &  a lily of the valley