Race, Theory, Praxis: Trigger Warning for police... →
diggingforroots: Honestly, I just burst into tears just reading the headline. I can’t go any further right now… but-for-the-grace: Dayton police “mistook” a mentally handicapped teenager’s speech impediment for “disrespect,” so they Tasered, pepper-sprayed, beat him and called for… Police Brutality at its finest
How To Be Yourself- Citizen Fish
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fuckyeahexistentialism: The hedgehog’s dilemma, or sometimes the porcupine dilemma, is an analogy about the challenges of human intimacy. It describes a situation in which a group of hedgehogs all seek to become close to one another in order to share their heat during cold weather. However,…
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-6-26) →
jonathancurtis: Why homosexuality should be banned.
Here Is Why I Suck
I am afraid to let a significant other truly inside because then I can not manipulate situations with half truths and conceding. I lie to myself oftentimes, for what I think is the betterment of the relationship when in fact it eats away from the inside. I have been sexist because I have thought and acted as if the female mind and emotional foundations would be too fragile to accept...
itd be nice to share a bed with someone again
squealmagnolias asked: I didn't realize you were Phil until about ten seconds ago. Hey.
It is not unrealistic to regard freedom as analogous to a commodity under...– Noam Chomsky Quotes: Buying freedom (via jonathan-cunningham)
I chew my cheeks in sync with the beat of the old record player you have tucked in the corner, sounding melodies of the new age, only to bring the nostalgia of yesteryear. My head shakes to the shrill siren call, one that beckons even to the loneliest of souls. The street-scape is frenzied with overcast sky and vengeful wind blowing, turning up the leaves of these fortified trees. Trees which we...
eat grenades stupids: Krokodil: The drug that eats... →
initialresponse: grapevinee: A home-made heroin substitute is having a horrific effect on thousands of Russia’s drug addicts It is a drug for the poor, and its effects are horrific. It was given its reptilian name because its poisonous ingredients quickly turn the skin scaly. Worse follows. Oleg and… God damn. this is absolutely vile.
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The last people who should be in charge of our food supply or our social and...– Chris Hedges (via azspot)
If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issuance of their...– Thomas Jefferson (via fucknobigbrother)
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-6-12) →
While Aid To Homeless Vets Gets Cut, The Pentagon Funds NASCAR | As Republicans...– While Aid To Homeless Vets Gets Cut, The Pentagon Funds NASCAR (via janedoe225)
I wish you the best of dreams, filled with flowery fields and evergreen trees, sweeping sensations of oceans with life that teems. May the chemicals swirling in the midsts of your mind be calmed and renewed and refreshed, so that upon waking you greet the sunlight and embrace the day with a lover’s warmth, not stopping until you have risen together, ready to explode into the far reaches of...
Daniel Kariko: SpeculationWorld - Photo-essays -... →
Aerial perspectives on the real estate bust act as an autopsy on the geometries, and assumptions, of the American suburban neighborhood
chocolatekesh asked: You are way more intelligent and insightful than I thought you would be. Take that as a compliment, drape.
i guess you could say im an indie hipster reader,...
anarchisttiger replied to your post: i cant exactly curl up the same way with a laptop. and it gets all hot and shit. plus the screen hurts my eyes after about an hour of actual reading rather than mindless staring you are a SPOILT brat with your bougie print books
i cant exactly curl up the same way with a laptop....
anarchisttiger replied to your post: i feel like reading something, but good books in my house have already been read it is EXACTLY THE SAME
i feel like reading something, but good books in...
and reading on the internet is not the same….at all
I sing the body electric, The armies of those I love engirth me and I engirth...
National Geographic Magazine: The Birth of... →
nationalgeographicmagazine: By Charles C. Mann Photograph by Vincent J. Musi Every now and then the dawn of civilization is reenacted on a remote hilltop in southern Turkey. The reenactors are busloads of tourists—usually Turkish, sometimes European. The buses (white, air-conditioned, equipped with televisions)… very good article, definitely read the whole thing
The material force of the ideological notion of ‘free choice’ within capitalist...– Slavoj Zizek, Against Human Rights (via woundedgalaxy) Good points, but essentially ones that reflect an orthodox historical materialist viewpoint — which I agree with, for that matter. As the general mode of production transforms (the base) due to myriad factors (computer technology, the extent of...
Father's Day Poem
Dear Dad, You say chocolate is yummy Peas and beans, EW You pay for school and put up with my crap I love you for these things and many more too
see this is why i cant have friends
i try to hang out with them and theyre always busy/cant/dont want to
Most people do not really want freedom, because freedom involves responsibility,...– Sigmund Freud (via kenozoik)
Interesting Find: meet the world campaign.
Icaro Doria, a Brazilian man, working for a magazine in Portugal started this campaign using real data from the UN and flag images, he’s created whats known as Meet the World. The colors within the flags from its respective country are used to represent current, geographical relevant issues. Take a look. United States Angola Somalia China Colombia Burkina
Anonymous asked: gimme the car
Last night I wept. I wept because the process by which I have become a woman was...– Henry and June by Anais Nin (via aeloquence)
who wants to scratch off all my dead skin?