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January 09 2015

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[opens up about my feelings]

[regrets it immediately. spends the next three weeks not speaking about any feelings ever. not even a papercut]

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omicronpsi:

The Lagoon Nebula, M8
Constellation: Sagittarius

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seriousjones:

can you imagine being stuck in a conversation with ricky gervais at a party? can you imagine how fucking horrifying that would be? with every hokey new atheist talking point, the snack table seems to slip away further into the ether. soon, you can’t see anything but him and his terrible dreamworks face sputtering on about how god is the easter bunny for adults. all you can do now is nod and hope that he’ll tire himself out soon. earlier, you stashed a copy of the book of mormon in full view on the porch, hoping he would take the bait and you’d be able to lock him out, but so far, no dice. it’s just you, stuck with ricky gervais blabbering on about how jesus was a jewish zombie. as your brain engages emergency protocol to shut down your ear function, the last thing you hear is something about how atheists don’t cause anyone any harm

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cinemagorgeous:

On Top of the City by artist Victor Lammert.

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micdotcom:

This Muslim cop is the fallen hero of the Charlie Hebdo shooting almost everyone is overlooking

In the hours following the deadly attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, much of the public support has been directed toward the victims that worked for the magazine, like editor-in-chief Stéphane Charbonnier, 76-year-old cartoonist Jean Cabut and economist Bernard Maris.

The recognition of their ultimate sacrifice in the name of free speech and open discourse is beautiful, but it’s equally important to remember that the lives of the victims extended beyond the confines of the magazine. Two of those killed, 42-year-old Ahmed Merabet and 49-year-old Franck Brinsolaro, were police officers — the very people tasked with protecting Charlie Hebdo’s staff. Merabet’s death was captured on film during a French television broadcast and shared quickly across social media. Two masked gunmen can be seen approaching him, ignoring his pleas to spare his life.

Ahmed Merabet’s sacrifice matters

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thefinebros:

YOUTUBERS REACT TO ME!ME!ME!

The YouTubers watch a crazy Japanese music video that went viral called, ME!ME!ME! feat. daoko by TeddyLoid!

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catsteaks:

that-damn-owl:

lodestonemedia:

This shows up on my dash like once a month and it’s funny every time.

This is still my favorite comic holy shit

The username he goes by is Matt_Rat and his comics are fucking hilarious

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January 08 2015

23:24

euo:

*buys a new bra*

me: i’m starting over, a new life! i am no longer the same person, i am a beautiful fresh radiant beam of light, i am untouchable, this is a new beginning

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nevertrustflowerboys:

but when will tao do his own cover of aoa’s like a cat

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glowsticksuit:

Tumblr doesn’t need an April Fool’s joke. Their year-long April Fool’s joke is still trying to sell blog themes for $50

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returnofthejudai:

I’d like to say that this goes without saying, but I know that not to be the case.

DO NOT BLAME ISLAM OR MUSLIMS AS A WHOLE FOR THE MASSACRE IN FRANCE.

The only ones responsible are the people who participated in or planned the attack. Blaming an entire religion for a singular action is prejudice of the worst sort. Do not engage in it.  

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towritepoems:

my chemistry teacher calls babies “fresh humans”

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thebitterbite:

officialorangejuice:

what others call a rebellious phase I call the sudden realization I don’t deserve to be treated like garabge

IT HAS BEEN SAID

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trxyes:

Age Test

this is so cool! add your real and mental age in the tags :)

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micdotcom:

Angry French residents had the worst response possible to the #CharlieHebdo attack 

While some French citizens flooded the streets in a sign of solidarity with Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday night, others chose the sadly predictable route of taking out their anger on innocent Muslims.

The first attack happened early Thursday morning in the eastern city of Villefranche-sur-Saône. Local newspaper Le Progres reports that an explosion went off near a mosque and in front of a restaurant operated by “people close to the mosque.” No injures were reported.

But that wasn’t the only vile response

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