glass-monsters:

stunningpicture:

The days news, in one photo

Relevant right now

glass-monsters:

stunningpicture:

The days news, in one photo

Relevant right now

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thebluelip-blondie:

Edward the gentleman in this now famous image has requested that no one buy shirts with his image.

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This had made me laugh like 4 times already

This had made me laugh like 4 times already

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ghdos:

nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth murdered by policemen. 

This broke my heart.

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uninhibitedandunrepentant:

alliseeisthewarpandimgoingmad:

fearandlothering:

niceliwright:

fearandlothering:

megaman2:

“there’s nothing wrong with the video game community”

I DO NOT WANT TO LIVE ON THIS PLANET ANYMORE

They all need a good punch in the D, tbh.

47% of gamers are female.

47% of gamers are female.

47% of gamers are female.

47% of gamers are female.

  1. 47% of gamers are female
  • 47% of gamers are female

And did I mention 47% OF GAMERS ARE FEMALE.

IN FACT WOMEN OVER THE AGE OF 18 REPRESENT A SIGNIFICANTLY GREATER PORTION OF THE GAME-PLAYING POPULATION THAN BOYS 17 OR YOUNGER.

THESE STUDIES WERE PUBLISHED ONLINE FOR FREE TO THE PUBLIC - BY THE PEOPLE WHO OWN AND RUN E3 SO FUCK YOU AND YOUR MISOGYNISTIC BULLSHIT YOU ASSHOLES.

Flawless commentary warrants another reblog. :)

Well there’s ten individuals who’re never going to get a date ever…

Never.

Not.

Relevant.

So gross

(Source: estpolis, via gailsimone)

oneweekoneband:

David Bowie - Be My Wife (1977)

Originally titled New Music Night and Day, Low is an album of juxtapositions: hope and desolation, inspiration and detachment, form and formlessness, pop and the avant-garde. The personal, emotive quality of Bowie’s struggle, which is present in the lyrics, is delivered in a flat, almost disinterested croak throughout much of the album.

“Be My Wife” is, on the surface, the most conventional pop song on the album. The song’s structure is relatively traditional and its lyrics straightforward. However, there is something unsettling about the piece. With its jangly keyboards and Bowie’s flat, detached vocal delivery, it is the opposite of what one would expect from a song called “Be My Wife”; an impassioned plea to a lover this is not. Bowie’s south London accent is as thick as his indifference as he remarks, “I’ve lived all over the world / I’ve left every place,” as if the fact of his travels are as unimpressive as the lover to whom he is meant to be appealing.

This disinterested tone is further emphasized in the promotional film for the song. In a simple plaid shirt and Buster Keaton makeup, Bowie emulates Keaton’s stone-faced composure. He stands in front of a white backdrop and gives an aloof, half-hearted performance of the song, before finally giving up the effort entirely and choosing instead to icily arch one eyebrow toward the camera. Though Low was therapeutic for Bowie on a personal level, there was still, as always, the manifestation of performance in the presentation of the work. Even Bowie at his most seemingly vulnerable—and maybe even because of this—still moves in between layers of pose and persona.

bronyparctears:

A cornered mouse will bite a cat.

This does not reclassify the mouse as a predator or the cat as prey.

(Source: comfemgem, via ineedmasculism)

The eternal struggle

The eternal struggle

c0lorvintage:

Actor Vincent Price on the set of his cooking show, c. 1970s
Original (x)

c0lorvintage:

Actor Vincent Price on the set of his cooking show, c. 1970s

Original (x)

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