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August 26 2014, 05:55 PM

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Uncannily my life.

Uncannily my life.

August 21 2014, 07:37 PM

The Most Important Commentary You'll Read About Ferguson 

iwriteaboutfeminism:

"We didn’t even know our kids’ names yet," said Deborah Rogers, who teaches English and reading to 7th and 8th graders at the school. "We hadn’t given schedules out yet. But we had to sit down and have a serious conversation on race."

Like the rest of the St. Louis community, including their own teachers, Gateway students had emotional discussions about being black in America, about mistrust of the police, about peaceful demonstration and violent protest. They were asked to write down what they were feeling about Ferguson, with the assurance that no sentiments were out of bounds.

Below are excerpts from the responses penned by a group of 7th and 8th graders at the school.

Jayda

I’m feeling, I don’t know, like I can’t even say the words I’m feeling because they are curse words. But I’m tired of turning on the news and know[ing] when they say someone has been shot that it’s one of my kind.

Ke’Shaun

I’m mad that a 18 year old died and he was unarmed. I feel scared because people are using violence a lot and policemen are using teargas and rubber bullets. I’m shocked that police are doing this to humans. They just speaking their mind.

Ale’ya

People have been treating us blacks wrong for so many years and we have done NOTHING WRONG.

White man kills black guy, paid to leave. Black man kills white guy, PRISON FOR LIFE NO BAIL.

Ajanae

What if one day my brothers are walking down the street and the police try to beat them or even kill [them]?

Dorian

It hurts to know that a policeman, somebody who is hired and paid to protect me, has shot and killed a young man. This young man Mike Brown had his whole life ahead of him only 18 about to start college in a few days. It hurts me knowing somebody has it in them to kill somebody so easily.

This is more than hurtful it’s shameful, racist, ignorant, and just sad.

I think the protests have been good. What do you expect when something so ignorant happens? … I understand some things like looting and firing up stores seem crazy and uncalled for but if we’re not peacefully getting justice this is what has to be done.

Kerriana

I know and everyone knows that Darren Wilson had no right to shoot Michael Brown. Michael was unarmed and he surrendered. He had his hands up in the air.

I’m mad because showing the footage of Michael Brown stealing from a convenient store was so irelevent and unimportant.

I don’t like that when they put the video out, they were trying to make Michael look bad, look like a criminal.

Tykese

I feel like the things that are happening in Ferguson are unfair. I thought after Trayvon Martin the killing will stop but it comes back again. What did Mike Brown do for the police officer to kill him?

If he was a caucasian male will he still shoot?

Read more at the Huffington Post. 

June 19 2014, 06:30 PM

Apologize, Sparks Nevada. Do it into a recording device that I may listen to it always.

 - Croach the Tracker - TAH (via doctor-starstuck)

June 12 2014, 10:36 PM

The sight of the huge world put mad ideas into me, as if I could wander away,wander forever, see strange and beautiful things, one after the other to the world’s end. The freshness and wetness all about me (I had seen nothing but drought and withered things for many months before my sickness) made me feel that I had misjudged the world; it seemed kind, and laughing, as if its heart also danced. Even my ugliness I could not quite believe in. Who can*feel* ugly when the heart meets delight? It is as if, somewhere inside, within the hideous face,and bony limbs, one is soft, fresh, lissom, and desirable.

 - CS Lewis Till We Have Faces

Seems apt given current events. Here we go!

June 11 2014, 10:23 AM

grammarlyblog:


In English, word order is very strict. In many other languages, however, word order is fluid.


womp. …but seriously, I actually think this is great. haha

grammarlyblog:

In English, word order is very strict. In many other languages, however, word order is fluid.

womp. 

…but seriously, I actually think this is great. haha

June 03 2014, 12:17 AM

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broadcity:

Uhh ohhh, next stop on the procrastination station! We’re writing late night!

This will be me in … 15 minutes. 
On a related note, I miss having roommates. 

March 28 2014, 10:32 PM

Personally appropriate selections from an art collection/project/oeuvre(?) called Deep Bullshit by Erin Hanson. See the rest (along with some other great things) here!

March 09 2014, 09:31 PM

aspeckamongdots:

I don’t think I’ve ever laughed so hard at a gif set in 6 years of tumbling

March 03 2014, 08:36 PM

February 14 2014, 01:49 PM

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workjuice:

Happy Valentines Day, Adventurekateers!
Art by Randy Bishop

Best Valentine I’ve seen all day!

workjuice:

Happy Valentines Day, Adventurekateers!

Art by Randy Bishop

Best Valentine I’ve seen all day!

February 12 2014, 01:00 PM

January 02 2014, 07:10 PM

sherlock-and-cas-stole-my-tardis:

eatingpeoplebloggingthings:

tearaven:



You will never be as happy as David Tennant as a shimmery star.

HE’S THE STAR OF DAVID

THE STAR OF DAVID TENNANT!!!!!!!!!

This is the happiest thing I’ve ever beheld. No possible exaggeration there.

sherlock-and-cas-stole-my-tardis:

eatingpeoplebloggingthings:

tearaven:

You will never be as happy as David Tennant as a shimmery star.

HE’S THE STAR OF DAVID

THE STAR OF DAVID TENNANT!!!!!!!!!

This is the happiest thing I’ve ever beheld. No possible exaggeration there.