Excited for Disneyland.

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c2elen:

Blue Valentine

c2elen:

Blue Valentine

Unh!

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addyfox:

gioogee:

Childish Gambino Freestyle “Grindin my whole Life”

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fuckyeahcitizenradio:

Episode #1079: Allison and Jamie discuss Leah Finnegan’s wonderfully troll-y post ”The 100 Worst White Men, ranked”, the violence of street harassment, the prosecutor who sent innocent men to death row declaring he’s proud to be no “pussy”, Detroit’s fire departments’ soda can alert system, and Harvard confirming what everyone already knows: the class divide is real and it’s unsustainable.

Recommended reading: The Pentagon is giving grenade launchers to campus police

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sunsetnebula:

eviltriplet:

No, seriously, how did Reggie last so long.

#spoiler

Poor Reggie. Voiced by Kumail Nanjiani

Could’ve been spoiled for me, if I didn’t finish this like 4 days ago.
It was about as good as watching the first two seasons of the actual show.
I got super excited when I heard Kumail, then again when I checked imdb to find Al from Step by Step as my favorite npc

mollycrabapple:

"Fuck Off"

mollycrabapple:

"Fuck Off"

depressednmoderatelywelldressed:

afro-dominicano:

humansofcolor:

angrywocunited:

This is so sad. :(

so young….Call me sensitive, but watching things like this makes me tear up. I used to be like this.

baby no :(

"Kids don’t notice race!!!"

I saw one where they did this with baby dolls.
Exact same responses. Then they asked the girl which one she looked like. She didn’t answer, but you could see her realizing…
Basically, I cried in class.

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seri0uslybecca:

flowers in my quills

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tumblingdoe:

While looking up images of uteri I noticed the artwork of Gwenn Seemel. Incredible!

Then I noticed that not only had Gwenn drawn a uterus, Gwenn’s online portfolio included a series called Crime Against Nature (above). I read more about the pieces and found that the animal art also has a sexual component. With each drawing Gwenn describes how the species challenges our traditional understandings of gender and sexual orientation, reproduction etc. Because natural is diverse!

If you keep looking further into Gwenn’s work you’ll find, as I did, Crime Against Nature is also a book Gwenn has written with a foreword by Joan Roughgarden (the author of the Audible book with the pink fish on the cover!) — And it is online here

You’ll also discover Gwenn included anglerfish and giraffe love, though maybe unintentionally to Nerdfighteria’s deep love to the two. AwesomeGwenn!

cjwho:

Time is a Dimension | Fong Qi Wei

The beauty of photography, and the same reason the medium is famous for, is freezing time. It gives us the chance to more or less freeze and pull a moment out of it’s context, and make it possible to look at one particular moment again and again, feeding you visual memory. And yet it is nearly impossible to visualize time itself in a photograph. Singapore based photographer, Fong Qi Wei , managed to do so though. By layering different photos of the same spot he shot within 2 to 4 hours, mostly during sunrise or sunset, he creates sequences of time captured in one image.

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tamorapierce:

wildwesjames:

Today is September 4th 2014. It has now been 8 years since the death of one of my greatest heroes.Steven Robert Irwin. In that time, and unlike what my comforting mother, and friends assured me, it has not become easier. In the years since his passing I have watched as animal media feed into the hands of the uneducated, sensationalist, and often even cruel TV show hosts only content in showcasing the brutality, and deadly aspects of wildlife. I have seen no one step up to the plate, no one fill that void he left in the world. Consider this an open letter, to all those as tragically in love with the natural world as I. Get out there, be loud, show your self and your love to the world, educate, experience, and just and just freaking live. We are but one species on what may be the most biodiverse planet in the universe. So get up, and make some damn noise, lose the fear, and show them what you love.

       "Because people want to save, the things that they love."

             We all miss you mate. 

What wildwesjames says.

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September 2, 2014

While travelling through midwest America some time ago I stopped at a gasstation and bought a WWJD bracelet for $1.99 and insisted that it stood for ‘What Would Jens Do?’. I would look at it when I felt indecisive, think about what Jens really would do and then do the opposite of that. I thought that would be a good way to find some new paths in life, and to get away from the paths I kept taking that didn’t lead me anywhere good.

WWJD is a song about regrets, learning from your mistakes, and bettering yourself. I wrote it last year, recorded it quickly and felt it didn’t fit in with most of the other songs I was writing. Together with ‘What’s That Perfume That You Wear?’ and ‘I Remember’ they weren’t adhering to the rules I had set up for my next album but they were also too good to forget. So I weaved them in exclusively on this mixtape where they are stations on a longer journey, where loops and smaller fragments, ideas for songs and favourite songs by others swoosh by outside the window. Feel free to open that window and feel the breeze in your hair.

Yours truly
Jens Lekman


0:00 - Jens Lekman - WWJD
3:05 - Bunny Maloney - Baby I’ve Been Missing You
6:18 - David Byrne - Theodora Is Dozing
7:59 - The 11:08 Train Swooshes By
09:52 - Jhene Aiko - Stranger
11:34 - Jennifer Lara - Our Love
13:10 - Georges Delerue - Theme from Camille
15:25 - Jens Lekman - What’s That Perfume That You Wear?
18:47 - Ralph MacDonald - The Path
20:33 - All Your Sorrows Reversed
26:25 - Jens Lekman - I Remember

Contains smaller fragments from: The Philly Devotions - Yeah Yeah Girl. The Duprees - Why Don’t You Believe Me? Soul 2 Soul - Back To Life (acapella). Beethoven - Stringquartet no 5 in A Major. Dalida - Salma Ya Salama. Fairouz - Zourouni. Angel Haze - Same Love. Syl Johnsson - I Hate I Walked Away. Hermeto Pascoal - Musica da Lagoa. Crue-L Grand Orchestra - (You Are) More Than Paradise (Freaks Switching Channels 12inch Mix). Paul Johnson - Where Can You Be. Jim Nabors - With These Hands. Israel Vibration - The Same Song.

Lilian Paunovic Olsson sings harmonies on ‘WWJD’.

Thanks to Sara, Luís and Malin for the inspiration.