Junk & Disorderly.

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ratak-monodosico:

Classic childhood books from yesteryear

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“Men who want to be feminists do not need to be given a space in feminism. They need to take the space they have in society & make it feminist.”
Kelley Temple, National Union of Students UK Women’s Officer (via aestivalism)

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September 14, 2014
“My own opinion is that belief is the death of intelligence. As soon as one believes a doctrine of any sort, or assumes certitude, one stops thinking about that aspect of existence. The more certitude one assumes, the less there is left to think about, and a person sure of everything would never have any need to think about anything and might be considered clinically dead under current medical standards, where absence of brain activity is taken to mean that life has ended.”
— Robert Anton Wilson  
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September 13, 2014

wolfluxury:

bo burnham being a sassy little shit on twitter part 1/5

 
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September 13, 2014

kittydoom:

exgynocraticgrrl:

Breaking The Male Code: After Steubenville, A Call To Action

 (Left to Right): Peter Buffett, Jimmie Briggs, Joe Ehrmann, Tony Porter,
 Dave Zirin and Moderator Eve Ensler.

MIC DROP

 
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newstatesman:


Only a heart of concrete could fail to be a little moved at the sight of the Friends apartment, now empty and bare. We have all seen the places where we spent our twenties stripped down to meaningless walls and floors. The show ends, inevitably, with a wisecrack, but at least it’s a good one. Let’s go for a coffee, someone says as they lug their possessions downstairs and into middle age. “Where?” asks Chandler. We do not see Central Perk again, and you suspect that the Friends won’t, either – if they do, they’ll be occupied by rampaging kids or mentally absent, texting and tweeting. It was a poignant final thought in 2004 and more so in 2014, when even the people who are there for you might not really be there at all.

Andrew Harrison looks back at the way Friends shaped the way we live now, 20 years after it first aired.
[Photo: Matthew Perry and Jennifer Aniston set the tone and hairstyle for the Nineties. Jon Ragel/Corbis Outline]

newstatesman:

Only a heart of concrete could fail to be a little moved at the sight of the Friends apartment, now empty and bare. We have all seen the places where we spent our twenties stripped down to meaningless walls and floors. The show ends, inevitably, with a wisecrack, but at least it’s a good one. Let’s go for a coffee, someone says as they lug their possessions downstairs and into middle age. “Where?” asks Chandler. We do not see Central Perk again, and you suspect that the Friends won’t, either – if they do, they’ll be occupied by rampaging kids or mentally absent, texting and tweeting. It was a poignant final thought in 2004 and more so in 2014, when even the people who are there for you might not really be there at all.

Andrew Harrison looks back at the way Friends shaped the way we live now, 20 years after it first aired.

[Photo: Matthew Perry and Jennifer Aniston set the tone and hairstyle for the Nineties. Jon Ragel/Corbis Outline]

 
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September 13, 2014
agapinbeing:

found on r/socialism

agapinbeing:

found on r/socialism

 
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September 13, 2014

the-monstrumologist:

ydrill:

Enjoying bath

OH
MY
GOD
HOW
FCKING
CUTE

 
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