leviathans-in-the-tardis:

you don’t realise how much tumblr has changed your view on things until you spend time with friends who don’t have tumblr and they say something and you’re just like

oh

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@1 month ago with 240399 notes

He did everything exactly right.

@1 month ago with 2 notes
#adorable #perfect #cute #kitten 
nhyworks:

darvinasafo:

#FERGUSON protestor returns tear gas canister back to sender…
This is Amerikkka 2014
ICONIC


#This is such an important picture #This is the flower in the rifle barrel #I want this picture in textbooks and graffiti’d on buildings #ferguson #I want this picture to be talked about whenever people try to say ‘The people started it!’ #A bag of chips in one hand and a can of tear gas in the other #If you think that this is ‘they started it’ then you can go fuck yourself (via)
@2 months ago with 157710 notes

the-pietriarchy:

tumblr we are not fucking doing this right now take a day off

To help combine concepts and issues, apply them and confront them with wisdom for those of us on this website with intellectual weakness and severe cognitive dissonance

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flightlessdove:

Rest well, Mr. Williams.

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@2 months ago with 587037 notes

"

I don’t know whether it was rehab or heart surgery, but he seems to have arrived at a place where sentimentality can sit quite easily.

I ask if he feels happier now, and he says softly, “I think so. And not afraid to be unhappy. That’s OK too. And then you can be like, all is good. And that is the thing, that is the gift.”

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@2 months ago with 2 notes
#robin williams #rip 

"Runners have an unspoken bond that’s unmatched in any other sport. We’re trusting of complete strangers. In every other group I’ve joined in my life, trust is earned gradually—it has to be proven. With most runners I’ve met, trust is assumed. We support each other immediately and without hesitation. More than any other group, my running friends are fiercely loyal. I don’t know why “good people run,” but I have a guess. We build relationships outside in nature, forcing us to leave the stress, anxiety, and societal pressures behind for just an hour or so. We leave the drama at work, family stress, and we just focus on the run. All we need to have a good time is a pair of shoes."

Joanna Reuland, marketing manager for the San Francisco Marathon in an interview here. (via malloryrunsthis)

SOOO true

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@2 months ago with 1324 notes

Mumford & Sons 'Working On Third Album' | MTV UK 

I love it. I love them.

@2 months ago with 4 notes
#mumford and sons 

zbrexx:

zbrexx:

how did the telephone propose to his girlfriend?

he gave her a ring image

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@1 month ago with 641558 notes

agentmlovestacos:

There is no greater Guardians/Parks & Rec gif mashup than this.

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Fantastic.

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stability:

philwrir:

officialfrenchtoast:

INTENSE

ITS BACK

I’m bringing this back from the depths of hell

I didn’t think it was going to be that funny when I started watching…I’m still laughing…

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@2 months ago with 1175546 notes

thepeoplesrecord:

Michael Brown’s death didn’t happen in a vacuum
August 11, 2014

Michael Brown should be starting freshman orientation at Vatterott College today. Instead, his body is laying in a St. Louis-area morgue pending an investigation into what drove a police officer to shoot and kill the unarmed 18-year-old on Saturday.

Residents of Ferguson, Missouri, the black St. Louis suburb where Brown lived and died, confronted police officers on Sunday in a scene that’s since been described by the national media as one that quickly devolved into “looting.” In photos, black residents stood in front of police with their hands up to show that they were unarmed. They chanted the slogans we’ve all become too used to over the years: “What do we want? Justice! When do we want it? Now!” Brown’s stepfather, Louis Head, carried a message scrawled in sharpie on a piece of cardboard: “Ferguson Police Just Executed My Unarmed Son!!!”

The St. Louis Post Dispatch’s editorial board unearthed some of the embers that lit Sunday’s fire. “Michael Brown didn’t get due process,” they wrote. “The still unnamed police officer who shot the 18-year-old black teenager dead in Ferguson will get plenty of it.”

And you can quantify that anger. Here’s more from the editorial board:

Last year, for the 11th time in the 14 years that data has been collected, the disparity index that measures potential racial profiling by law enforcement in the state got worse. Black Missourians were 66 percent more likely in 2013 to be stopped by police, and blacks and Hispanics were both more likely to be searched, even though the likelihood of finding contraband was higher among whites.

Every year these numbers come out to little fanfare, in part because there isn’t enough political will to do the further study to break them down by precincts and individual officers to determine whether there is a cultural or training problem in entire departments or just a few rogue, racist cops who need to find another line of work.

[snip]

…In Ferguson, the city where Michael died, the police in 2013 pulled over blacks at a 37 percent higher rate than whites compared to their relative populations. Black drivers were twice as likely to be searched and twice as likely to be arrested compared to white drivers.

In January, the local chapter of the NAACP filed a civil rights complaint against the St. Louis County police, alleging that “racism is rampant in the department’s hiring, firing and discipline.” Now, NAACP leaders and local residents are asking that the FBI take over the investigation into Brown’s death. They don’t trust that justice, however it’s defined at this point, will be served.

As he was readying for college orientation last week, Brown posted one last message on Facebook: “if i leave this earth today,” he wrote to a friend, “atleast youll know i care about others more then i cared about my damn self.”

The ensuing days and months will who just how much America cared about him. 

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