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I like thrifting and burritos.

Britt, this is one of the videos I was talking about that has me questioning my TERFdom.

(Source: cocaineteas, via vinebox)

mrs-homicide:

MEN.

***rapists.

mrs-homicide:

MEN.

***rapists.

(via holographicmilk)

Got a real bad case of the Mondays.

Could nicotine withdrawal be the culprit?

acowboyneedsahorse:

sexyplexi:

I made a scarf.

it looks like you have a nose ring in this picture and it sparked a debate between me and kevin and a subsequent search of your selfies to figure it out. but he thinks you have a septum piercing. he also thinks this post is too long.

Lol lol lol it totally looks like I do! I think its one of the cracks on my screen. Just the septum. Don’t want a blackheads like hole in my nose the rest of my life.

acowboyneedsahorse:

sexyplexi:

I made a scarf.

it looks like you have a nose ring in this picture and it sparked a debate between me and kevin and a subsequent search of your selfies to figure it out. but he thinks you have a septum piercing. he also thinks this post is too long.

Lol lol lol it totally looks like I do! I think its one of the cracks on my screen. Just the septum. Don’t want a blackheads like hole in my nose the rest of my life.

I made a scarf.

I made a scarf.

Worst part of my job is having to put up with slut shamers.

Edit: worst part of my job is being obligated to be kind to slut shamers and various misogynists

rnusicality:

fun statistics for adults!
“when I was a kid, I had no help with college tuition, I was hardworking and paid it all myself”
-Annual tuition for Yale, 1970: $2,550
-Annual tuition for Yale, 2014: $45,800
-Minimum Wage, 1970: $1.45
-Minimum Wage, 2014: $7.25
-Daily hours at minimum wage needed to pay for tuition in 1970: 4.8
-Daily hours at minimum wage needed to pay for tuition in 2014: 17.3

(via bornbeforethewind)

A good topic to research, if possible, would be “why people don’t vote.” Nonvoting is very high, roughly 50 percent, even in presidential elections—much higher in others. The attitudes of people who don’t vote are studied. First of all, they mostly identify themselves as Democrats. And if you look at their attitudes, they are mostly Social Democratic. They want jobs, they want benefits, they want the government to be involved in social services and so on, but they don’t vote, partly, I suppose, because of the impediments to voting. It’s not a big secret. Republicans try really hard to prevent people from voting, because the more that people vote, the more trouble they are in. There are other reasons why people don’t vote. I suspect, but don’t know how to prove, that part of the reason people don’t vote is they just know their votes don’t make any difference, so why make the effort? So you end up with a kind of plutocracy in which the public opinion doesn’t matter much. It is not unlike other countries in this respect, but more extreme. All along, it’s more extreme. So yes, there is a constant class war going on.

Noam Chomsky (via azspot)

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nicokrijno:

yellow flowers

nicokrijno:

yellow flowers

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