1. Utah authorities alter account of Darrien Hunt shooting by police

    12:32 am Monday, Sep 22nd 2014

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  2. indikos:

    hisoker:

    THATS HOW THE DO THEY PATTERN THING THE SQUARE THING MY WEEABOO HEART IS YELLING

    I think we sell these at the place I work

    What I don’t get is how they cut the film without cutting the paper underneath. :(

    (Source: vine.co)

    09:07 pm Sunday, Sep 21st 2014

    Via onlyaclickaaway (Originally from hisoker)

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  3. 09:02 pm Sunday, Sep 21st 2014

    Via queen-jones (Originally from kikaiz)

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  4. socialjusticekoolaid:

    Can’t stop, won’t stop: Protesters in Ferguson rally again, seeking justice for Mike Brown. More than a month and a half after his death, his killer, Darren Wilson, is still a free man. (Pt 2) 

    Because it wouldn’t be a protest in Ferguson without fuckery from the police. A driver plowed his car through protesters, grazing several and running over a young boys foot. Beyond taking several hours to transport the boy to the hospital, they took even longer to arrest the motorist. Who did they not wait long to arrest? Two of the protesters who had been documenting the altercation for the world to see. If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention. #staywoke #farfromover #nojusticenopeace

    04:22 pm Sunday, Sep 21st 2014

    Via bisouette (Originally from socialjusticekoolaid)

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  5. http://racebending.tumblr.com/post/98006309337/minarona-sunbleached-jacket-nootau

    minarona:

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    icanonlyprime:

    When Japanese actors play as white characters tumblr doesn’t bat an eye.

    But when white actors play as characters from another race…

    11:12 pm Saturday, Sep 20th 2014

    Via racebending (Originally from icanonlyprime)

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  6. The Daily Show springs tense showdown with Native Americans on Redskins fans

    racebending:

    The Redskins Nation citizens eagerly signed up, most of them knowing that they might be mocked in their interview with correspondent Jason Jones. But several hours into the Sept. 13 taping of the yet-to-air episode, the fans, all from Virginia, said they were suddenly confronted by a larger group of Native American activists — all of whom were in on the showdown prearranged by “The Daily Show.”

    The encounter at a Dupont Circle hotel was so tense that an Alexandria fan said she left in tears and felt so threatened that she later called the police. She has told “The Daily Show” to leave her out of the segment but doesn’t know whether the producers will comply.

    “This goes way beyond mocking. Poking fun is one thing, but that’s not what happened,” said Kelli O’Dell, 56, a former teacher who lives in Alexandria and doesn’t watch the show regularly. “It was disingenuous. The Native Americans accused me of things that were so wrong. I felt in danger. I didn’t consent to that. I am going to be defamed.”

    If only the Native American activists protesting the racist R**** mascot knew what it was like to be falsely misrepresented and endangered without their consent, and defamed. They’d want to call the police, too.

    In her essay "I’m Leaving!" White fragility in Racial Dialogues, Robin J. DiAngelo writes: ”fragility coupled with privilege will result in a response of resistance, indulgence in emotional incapacitation, exiting, or a combination of these.”

    And they say people protesting the R**** mascot are the ones who are “too sensitive.”

    11:06 pm Saturday, Sep 20th 2014

    Via racebending (Originally from racebending)

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  7. Go down a waterslide when it isn’t wet and you’ll understand why foreplay is so important.

    thepocketvolcano:

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    geekscoutcookies:

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    This is the best explanation I’ve ever read.

    02:14 pm Saturday, Sep 20th 2014

    Via queen-jones (Originally from fuck-m3-hard-deactivated2013081)

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  8. nebularum:

    also i bought a really awesome pair of burgandy pants today. slowly working on replacing all my dumb girl jeans with boy jeans. yes, the pockets, yesssss.

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    01:05 am Saturday, Sep 20th 2014

    Via nebularum (Originally from nebularum)

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  9. fearfield:

    "anime is racially ambiguous" aka "these Asian characters with Asian names and Asian cultural markers made by Asian people don’t look like the hideously caricaturized narrow stereotypes of Asians that I’ve been used to seeing."

    (Source: hideousteeth)

    09:30 pm Friday, Sep 19th 2014

    Via mlysza (Originally from hideousteeth)

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  10. wingyswonky:

hello-delicious-tea:

willgrahamsstagdo:

eggsuckinguttertrash:

anybody read this?
i didn’t pick it to read right now nah i totes had a change mind so yeah i am reading it, but some input would be kind of nice because, well, it seems a tad odd
the way it’s set up
it was mentioned quite a few times in my internet perusing, and a lot of people were talking about how long/hard (i’ve been reading for 7 months…) of a read it is so of course i had to buy it
and i mean, it’s a big book, gotta be at least 500 pages (i didn’t check) but
just
let me show you




















so yeah
any input you can give me on what i’m getting myself into here would be cool

This is the best book i have ever read, it took months to read it and i couldnt even finish it the second time round, i seriously recomend it though

This book is the bomb. It is awesome. It is terrifying. I haven’t yet had the leisure to just read the bloody thing start to finish, but it’s one of those books that you’re reading all haha this isn’t scary and then you look up and the walls are closing in around you and your hallway may or may not be there it might be stretching it might be shrinking it might be nice to close that door now. I went to the 7-11 to get a snack in the middle of reading this book. All the shelves had been rearranged. Nothing was where I left it. It scared the shit out of me, I had to take some very deep breaths here. And you would know why if you read this book, which could be catalogued as ‘architectural horror’.

House of Leaves is an amazing book. Next to the work of e.e. cummings, it’s one of the best and brightest examples of post-structuralist literature out there. Seriously, check it out. 

    wingyswonky:

    hello-delicious-tea:

    willgrahamsstagdo:

    eggsuckinguttertrash:

    anybody read this?

    i didn’t pick it to read right now nah i totes had a change mind so yeah i am reading it, but some input would be kind of nice because, well, it seems a tad odd

    the way it’s set up

    it was mentioned quite a few times in my internet perusing, and a lot of people were talking about how long/hard (i’ve been reading for 7 months…) of a read it is so of course i had to buy it

    and i mean, it’s a big book, gotta be at least 500 pages (i didn’t check) but

    just

    let me show you

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    so yeah

    any input you can give me on what i’m getting myself into here would be cool

    This is the best book i have ever read, it took months to read it and i couldnt even finish it the second time round, i seriously recomend it though

    This book is the bomb. It is awesome. It is terrifying. I haven’t yet had the leisure to just read the bloody thing start to finish, but it’s one of those books that you’re reading all haha this isn’t scary and then you look up and the walls are closing in around you and your hallway may or may not be there it might be stretching it might be shrinking it might be nice to close that door now. I went to the 7-11 to get a snack in the middle of reading this book. All the shelves had been rearranged. Nothing was where I left it. It scared the shit out of me, I had to take some very deep breaths here. And you would know why if you read this book, which could be catalogued as ‘architectural horror’.

    House of Leaves is an amazing book. Next to the work of e.e. cummings, it’s one of the best and brightest examples of post-structuralist literature out there. Seriously, check it out. 

    10:09 pm Thursday, Sep 18th 2014

    Via queen-jones (Originally from eggsuckinguttertrash)

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