September 22, 2014
ALIENS

girlsongirlsonfilm:

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You know who’s the best part of Aliens?  Hudson?  No.  Bishop?  Fuck you.  Ripley?  Well, yes, but she doesn’t count.  I’m talking about Vasquez, the ultimate badass-iest of the ultimate badasses and maybe the butchest character I’ve ever seen in a movie. Early on, Hudson asks her if she’s “ever been mistaken for a man.”  Her reply: “No.  Have you?”  And who says lesbians don’t have a sense of humor? 

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September 22, 2014

sassthathoopy:

M: This week, I discovered a terrible Earth disease called ‘loneliness’.

O: Do many people on Earth suffer from this illness?

M: Oh yes, sir. And how they suffer.

I love this show.

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September 22, 2014
youre allowed to feel bad and i still like you when youre unhappy

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September 22, 2014
tomboychariot:

outofkungfu: In celebration of donut day- even though it ended here already. I’M AN RP BLOG I SWEAR.

tomboychariot:

outofkungfu: In celebration of donut day- even though it ended here already. I’M AN RP BLOG I SWEAR.

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September 22, 2014
transsuccess:

Aya Kamikawa (born January 25th 1968) is the only openly trangender person to currently hold official office in Japan. She was elected as municipal official to Tokyo in 2003. When submitting her election application papers it is noted that she left a blank space for “sex.”
Despite the Japanese government announcing that they would continue to see her officially as male, Kamikawa stated she would work as a woman.
She was re-elected in 2007 for a second four-year-term seat.
She uses her official position to improve rights for women, children, the elderly, handicapped and LGBT people.

transsuccess:

Aya Kamikawa (born January 25th 1968) is the only openly trangender person to currently hold official office in Japan. She was elected as municipal official to Tokyo in 2003. When submitting her election application papers it is noted that she left a blank space for “sex.”

Despite the Japanese government announcing that they would continue to see her officially as male, Kamikawa stated she would work as a woman.

She was re-elected in 2007 for a second four-year-term seat.

She uses her official position to improve rights for women, children, the elderly, handicapped and LGBT people.

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September 22, 2014
tkohl:

American anti-capitalist poster, 1938.

tkohl:

American anti-capitalist poster, 1938.

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September 22, 2014
Sociologists
Person: How many sociologists does it take to change a light bulb?
Sociologist: One. Unless you need a ladder and then maybe two people which, according to Simmel, would be a dyad.
Person:
Person:
Sociologist: I wonder how come that joke is so prevalent and continues to thrive in our society? What about its basic symbolism do we recognize? Is it the token symbol of technology that we embrace as society has become more and more divided by labour?
Person:
Person:
Person:
Sociologist: Or perhaps it is some kind of jab at labour unions. Maybe the origin is from management versus union workers because unionized workers would be most likely the ones to change a light bulb and this is really a conflict perspective.
Person: (walking away)
Sociologist: (chasing after the person). This wouldn't even translate into places without the basic technology of electricity. Sapir-Whorf! Sapir-Whorf!
Person: (running)
Sociologist: Wait! Stop! Why are you running? Don't you want me to change the light bulb?
September 22, 2014

estufar

An actual headline from The New York Times in 1919 

estufar

An actual headline from The New York Times in 1919 

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September 22, 2014

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September 22, 2014

Tonight in Dungeon World we fought a towering elemental vacuum construct added to the MMO we’re stuck in to clean up PVP siege equipment. Then one of our players set it on fire using a piece of siege weaponry. Then I got swallowed by the giant flaming death vacuum. It was a good night.