May 10, 2013
lizardsenjoyinglife:

[x]

"Yeah, it grows back alright."

lizardsenjoyinglife:

[x]

"Yeah, it grows back alright."

March 26, 2013
Teardrop!

Teardrop!

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March 25, 2013

punkrawkanarkay:

Foxes are weird. They’re like dogcats.

MY BROTHERS. MY SISTERS.

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February 23, 2013
FOX

FOX

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November 11, 2012
Can YOU tell the difference?

Can YOU tell the difference?

November 11, 2012
This is happening. #fuckyeahSimonPoole

This is happening. #fuckyeahSimonPoole

July 12, 2012
Tangerina: Flawless commentary on problematic evangelical vegans

lavenderlabia:

thatchickpaige:

I really do enjoy your posts and reblogs, but I’m just truly curious what it is you have against vegans? I’m a vegetarian on the path to becoming a vegan one day and it just seems that you’re another person shaming for our choice to abstain. I know you’re…

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July 9, 2012
"Your question is: why am I so interested in politics? But if I were to answer you very simply, I would say this: why shouldn’t I be interested? That is to say, what blindness, what deafness, what density of ideology would have to weigh me down to prevent me from being interested in what is probably the most crucial subject to our existence, that is to say the society in which we live, the economic relations in which it functions, and the system of power which defines the regular forms and the regular permissions and prohibitions of our conduct. The essence of our life consists after all, of the political functioning of the society in which we find ourselves. So I can’t answer the question of why should I be interested; I could only answer it by asking why shouldn’t I be interested? Not to be interested in politics, thats what constitutes a problem. You should ask someone who is not interested in politics; “Why, damn it, are you not interested?"

— Michel Foucault (via pieceinthepuzzlehumanity)



YESYESYESYES. THIS.

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July 8, 2012
"When I interviewed Jay-Z last year, I asked him if he felt creeped out by how many white people seemed to like “N***** in Paris,” and if he’d ever had white people use the word to his face in the course of talking to him about the song, and if he thought maybe the reason white people liked it so much was that they liked having an excuse to say “n****.” This was one of several questions he answered by chuckling and suddenly seeming super-interested in the flavor profile of what he was eating — which in this case was fine, because I was just trying to orchestrate an amusing-postracial-yuks moment I could use in a story and he could tell and wasn’t going to make it that easy for me. But then after a second he told me white people should just call it “Paris.” Then he ate some fish."

Ninja: A Short History of a Less-Troublesome Word - Hollywood Prospectus Blog - Grantland

I feel like this is important because white people really like Jay-z and he’s telling them it’s not ok to say the n word. So the next time there’s a WHY CAN’T WE SAY IT uprising the dwindling number of reasonable tumblr users can point to this quote and Jay’s lack of amusement and say “Do you want to anger your one Black friend?”

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June 24, 2012

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