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praiseourlordsatan:

WOULD YOU LOOK AT BABY SKUNKS

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I MEAN ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME

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SWEET LORD IN HEAVEN

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GREAT ZEUS’ ARMPIT 

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ATHENA GODDESS OF WAR

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asmilelikecaptainkirks:


#the best thing is #Spock could have easily broken that grip#he has three times Kirk’s strenght #but the moment he stops fighting# is the same moment he meets Jim’s eyes (via gohugavulcan)
comeupkid415:

lolfactory:

The anthropologists decided that this tribe was to remain “uncontacted”.

This is one of the best things iv seen today

comeupkid415:

lolfactory:

The anthropologists decided that this tribe was to remain “uncontacted”.

This is one of the best things iv seen today

(via presidentprince)

Tags: humor omfg

baroquen-sol:

seerofsarcasm:

confusedtree:

dspazdoesntcare:

What the hell did I just watch? 

It’s me pretending to be a video game character what is wrong with you it’s pretty straight-forward

Wow this is really accurate right down to the breathing.

I’ve never hit reblog so fast in my life.

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Tags: humor video

takealookatyourlife:

I have incorrectly been saying ‘burqa’ when I meant ‘niqab’ for maybe my whole life.

takealookatyourlife:

I have incorrectly been saying ‘burqa’ when I meant ‘niqab’ for maybe my whole life.

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crownofbirds:

the truth is out there

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Tags: illuminati

kingofthenorthmountain:


When the snake saw the boy coming it forgot the old woman, who quickly hid among the boulders, and turned its horrid head towards him. The snake seemed ready to devour both the boy and his sheath-knife.
But when it was quite close, the boy felt something strange happen to his hand. Suddenly his sheath-knife had disappeared, and he was holding a sword with a long, shining blade instead.
He gave a mighty blow, and the snake lay dead.

—- From “The Maiden in the Castle of Rosy Clouds,” written by Harold
Östenson, illustrated by John Bauer, featured in Swedish Folk Tales.

kingofthenorthmountain:

When the snake saw the boy coming it forgot the old woman, who quickly hid among the boulders, and turned its horrid head towards him. The snake seemed ready to devour both the boy and his sheath-knife.

But when it was quite close, the boy felt something strange happen to his hand. Suddenly his sheath-knife had disappeared, and he was holding a sword with a long, shining blade instead.

He gave a mighty blow, and the snake lay dead.

—- From “The Maiden in the Castle of Rosy Clouds,” written by Harold

Östenson, illustrated by John Bauer, featured in Swedish Folk Tales.

(via leafmancer)

Recently found out that autism used to be mistaken for Schizophrenia.

Also found an old psychology encyclopedia in the library on campus that used words like “disturbed” to describe autism. (From the 1980’s)

I’m happy we’ve come so far in the field of autism research since then.

Reflecting on MLK Jr. and Malcolm X.

I’m talking to a friend from outside the country about Malcolm X, and they are upset because they are a history buff, but they’d never heard of him before today.

I told them not to worry about that, firstly because being ignorant of something doesn’t mean you’ve done something wrong. Even in this age of technology, there is so much information that you can’t possibly learn. It can’t be helped, and it’s nothing to be ashamed of.

Second, I explained that Malcolm X isn’t as famous a figure as, for example, Martin Luther King Jr. This is likely because Reverend King promoted peaceful methods of fighting racism while Malcolm X was more extreme (“By any means necessary.”).

People like Malcolm X intimidate the white majority. Despite the fact that both men were intelligent, articulate, and bravely fought to promote civil rights even knowing it could, and eventually would, cost them their lives, this influences the way history remembers them.

Personally, I have a more personal connection to MLK Jr. I read a book about him when I was in 2nd Grade during Drop Everything And Read (DEAR), and it had an enormous impact on me. I cried when I reached the end of the book and learned he was killed for what he had done to try and make the world a better place. It shaped who I am today, I read every single book about the Civil Rights movement I could get my hands on, and not a single one mentioned Malcolm X. I didn’t learn about Malcolm X until I was in high school, and even then, I didn’t learn about him in class.

I’m biased, because Reverend King is one of my childhood heroes, but I have to say I have more admiration for Reverend King than I do Malcolm X.

It is easy to be angry and want to lash out against the people who have inflicted injustice upon yourself and so many others, but it takes a great deal of inner strength to put your hurt aside and take a peaceful path.

I absolutely cannot understand the struggle against racism, I am a “white” (by 1990-2000’s standards) person. However, as a person with disabilities, I do understand prejudice. I have struggled against it, I have been angered by it, and each time I did I thought of Reverend King. I reminded myself of what he did, and tried to let go of my anger to take the peaceful, and perhaps more productive path.

Both MLK Jr and Malcolm X were great men, and worthy of admiration, but it was Reverend King who influenced the person I am today.