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October 16 2017

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fyeahlethalweapon:

“Then you’ll have to kill him. Deal? Pinky swear.” » Lethal Weapon 2.01

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tcddchavez:

I need morphine.

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msmarvel:

Shuri and T’challa in Black Panther Official Trailer

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If you don’t work in the entertainment industry please do not presume to know what women (yes even actresses who have won oscars) can or cannot do to fight rape culture and toxic masculinity.

you don’t know.

you just don’t know.

halfhardtorock:

Until they stop working with Woody Allen, Hollywood women are just as complicit in the industry’s sexual violence as any of the silent men who “knew” Weinstein was abusing women but said nothing.

Also if this conversation doesn’t extend to recognize the culture of sexual violence and manipulation against Hollywood kid actors that is so horrifically rampant, than it’s a big blustering act of faux outrage that will begin and end with Weinstein. It will be nothing and do nothing and nothing will change.

Until MEN subvert the status quo and hold other men and the infrastructure they uphold accountable by tearing it down, there is no woman powerful enough to say ‘FUCK OFF’ to powerful men who are also sexual harassers.

The only reason why people are speaking out now is because Weinstein is toast. But nothing is going to change. Other sexual harassers won’t be held accountable. Not unless there’s another expose and yet another outpouring of public outrage.

intergalactictrashqueen:

trashfirefallon:

No one puts drugs in kid’s halloween candy.  Especially not expensive drugs. 

Here’s the snopes article and stop tagging me in that post. 

Fun fact: you want to know where the whole “poison Halloween candy” bs comes from?

In 1984 Ronald Clark O'Bryan gave his son, daughter and some of their friends cynide laced Pixy Stix (he was intending to poison his own children and gave it to the friends to cover his tracks). When his son ate one and died, O'Bryan told police they’d gotten the candy from a suspicious-looking neighbor. Turns out O'Bryan did it for life insurance money.

Here’s the wiki article: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald_Clark_O'Bryan

There are 0 reported cases of children being poisoned or given drugs by strangers in their Halloween candy. However kids, you are 100% more likely to be poisoned by your parents. Happy Halloween.

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out-there-on-the-maroon:

wolveswolves:

The wolves at Wolf Park Indiana were given paint as a form of enrichment and as a fundraiser to make “original wolf art”. Most of the wolves were happy to step in the paint for a piece of hot dog and make nice paw prints on a page, but this guy decided rolling in it was way more fun.

Picture by C. Love

Reblog the Rebel Artist Punk Wolf to achieve glorious turquoise sideburns.  

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thunderboltsortofapenny:

comcastkills:

natural-order:

gee, i wonder why he wouldn’t want that

woody allen die bitch

Since his ‘son’ Ronan Farrow broke the Weinstein New Yorker story, and the Amazon exec who produced his latest movie was just effectively fired for sexual harassment, I bet he is not happy at all with recent developments

good.

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iblamethenubbins:

tarynel:

nevver:

Courtney Love, 2005

Holy shit

“ Love—who was blasted during the 2005 event with jokes about her sobriety and stability—says she ended up paying dearly for that five seconds of blunt honesty. She tweeted earlier today that powerful Hollywood talent agency CAA “eternally banned” her for speaking out against Weinstein, an outcome that sheds a little more light on why so many famous men and women may have let his open secret stay secret for so long.” (x)

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henny-de-gallo:

another-porn-blog-to-jerkoff-2:

Wow even MAD Magazine…..

they been waiting for this moment for decades and all it took was a white terrorist to unleash more terrorism on the country

October 13 2017

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vegasthecorgi:

We rolled in lots of stinky spots today!

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corgioverload:

Safe to say Cooper likes the beach. He had just finished rolling…

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left-reminders:

left-reminders:

left-reminders:

left-reminders:

left-reminders:

left-reminders:

Capitalist culture is service industry workers not being allowed to sit down for their entire shifts, no matter how dead the traffic flow gets.

Capitalist culture is service industry workers sacrificing their comfort for antagonizing and pervy customers who are “always right”.

Capitalist culture is giving students homework in order to prepare them for their future careers where they’ll inevitably need to “take work home with them” or work extra hours in order to put bread on the table.

Capitalist culture is helping physically/mentally ill people only to the extent that they’re able to generate profitable labor again.

Capitalist culture is destroying food that can’t be sold rather than distributing it to poor people according to need.

Capitalist culture is monetizing knowledge and making it artificially scarce so that owners can profit and laypeople are left in the dark.

My husband is a good man, and a good feminist ally. I could tell, as I walked him through it, that he was trying to grasp what I was getting at. But he didn’t. He said he’d try to do more cleaning around the house to help me out. He restated that all I ever needed to do was ask him for help, but therein lies the problem. I don’t want to micromanage housework. I want a partner with equal initiative.
However, it’s not as easy as telling him that. My husband, despite his good nature and admirable intentions, still responds to criticism in a very patriarchal way. Forcing him to see emotional labor for the work it is feels like a personal attack on his character. If I were to point out random emotional labor duties I carry out—reminding him of his family’s birthdays, carrying in my head the entire school handbook and dietary guidelines for lunches, updating the calendar to include everyone’s schedules, asking his mother to babysit the kids when we go out, keeping track of what food and household items we are running low on, tidying everyone’s strewn about belongings, the unending hell that is laundry—he would take it as me saying, “Look at everything I’m doing that you’re not. You’re a bad person for ignoring me and not pulling your weight.”
Bearing the brunt of all this emotional labor in a household is frustrating. It’s the word I hear most commonly when talking to friends about the subject of all the behind-the-scenes work they do. It’s frustrating to be saddled with all of these responsibilities, no one to acknowledge the work you are doing, and no way to change it without a major confrontation.
“What bothers me the most about having any conversation around emotional labor is being seen as a nag,” says Kelly Burch, a freelance journalist who works primarily from home. “My partner feels irritated and defensive by the fact that I’m always pointing out what he’s not doing. It shuts him down. I understand why it would be frustrating from his perspective, but I haven’t figured out another way to make him aware of all the emotional and mental energy I’m spending to keep the house running.”

Stop Calling Women Nags — How Emotional Labor is Dragging Down Gender Equality (via thatdiabolicalfeminist)

Men, if these ideas are new to you, here’s a whole thread to introduce you to some of the work that’s been invisibly done for you when you’ve lived with women, and the way it affects women to have to do it alone. I recommend working through it at your own pace and challenging the defensiveness as it crops up to block your view.

If you make a genuine effort to learn from this and to start taking back some of this work, you’re going to see a slow but drastic improvement in your understanding of and relationships with the women in your life.

(via organicgold)

October 12 2017

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treasures-and-beauty:

everythingcanadian:

ariaste:

wildhaunt:

everkings:

kid-communism:

combatbooty:

1) they expensive bruh 2) none of us kno the dif btwn a fucking diamond and some fancy ass glass ur capitalist rock hierarchy has no control over us

3) mostly mined with slave labor

4) we get excited when our date buys us an appetizer, we don’t even comprehend people buying us rocks that would force us into debt for ten years

5) They aren’t actually that rare and the price is artificially inflated. 

Pro tip from a former Jared’s salesperson: You want a sparkly white rock that will look like a diamond to the untrained eye and will literally cost the price of a nice dinner for two? Created white sapphire. They’re lab grown and cost *pennies* to make, so you can get a 1 or 2 carat white sapphire for like… $30-80 probably. You can get one as huge as you like, perfectly clear, perfectly flawless. And no one will ever be able to tell the difference except a professional appraiser. Also, sapphires are the second-hardest gemstone (right after diamonds) so they are very durable! Very unlikely that they’ll chip or crack. Get that bitch set in sterling silver and you are GOOD TO GO. Whole thing should cost you less than $200 unless you get a fancy band with a lot of extra stones. Of course, created sapphires come in every color of the rainbow, so if you want something more exciting than plain white, you TOTALLY CAN. 

Created sapphires and silver: The poor Millennial’s engagement ring. 

THANK YOU EX-JARED’S BASED GOD. 

Spreading this to all my fellow treasure lovers because what kind of treasure is better than one you can actually have in real life?

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