darksungwyndolin:

whenromancesmoked:

shiny-things-i-found:

dreamrunnercarnival:

bamboozled-panda:

MOTHERFUCKER

are you satan

GET IT THE FUCK AWAY

That is fucking diabolical and I love it.

clippie

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I will never call myself a ‘cancer survivor’ because I think it devalues those who do not survive. There’s this whole mythology that people bravely battle their cancer and then they become ‘survivors.’ Well, the ones who don’t survive may be just as brave, just as courageous, wonderful people and I don’t feel that I have any leg up on them.

Barbara Ehrenreich  (via nprfreshair)

slicingeyeballs:

John Lydon to play King Herod in 52-city North American arena tour of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ | DETAILS

ZOMG

slicingeyeballs:

John Lydon to play King Herod in 52-city North American arena tour of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ | DETAILS

ZOMG

slicingeyeballs:

Feb. 20, 1967 — April 5, 1994

slicingeyeballs:

Feb. 20, 1967 — April 5, 1994

boycottautismspeaks:

Image description: black text with the word ‘hatred’ in blue. There is a red cross out mark through “awareness”. There is a blue lightbulb with a slash through it and a puzzle piece with a slash through itText reads: “Autistic lives are valuable.Therefore, I will not promote theAutism Speaks cruel brand of ‘awareness’ hatred in April.”

boycottautismspeaks:

Image description: black text with the word ‘hatred’ in blue. There is a red cross out mark through “awareness”. There is a blue lightbulb with a slash through it and a puzzle piece with a slash through it
Text reads: “Autistic lives are valuable.

Therefore, I will not promote theAutism Speaks cruel brand of ‘awareness’ hatred in April.”

(via haveagaydayorg)

The disastrous 2010 Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United threw out campaign funding laws that limited what wealthy individuals and corporations could spend on elections. Since that ruling, campaign spending by Adelson, the Koch brothers and a handful of other billionaire families has fundamentally undermined American democracy. If present trends continue, elections will not be decided by one-person, one-vote, but by a small number of very wealthy families who spend huge amounts of money supporting right-wing candidates who protect their interests.
 
This process — a handful of the wealthiest people in our country controlling the political process — is called “oligarchy.”
 
The great political struggle we now face is whether the United States retains its democratic heritage or whether we move toward an oligarchic form of society where the real political power rests with a handful of billionaires, not ordinary Americans.

Bernie Sanders: Democracy vs. Oligarchy (via wilwheaton)

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