headphones-in-do-not-disturb:

theorgyorganizer:

fuck education who wants to start a band

your URL makes me suspicious of your intentions with this band.

(via luciferspenpal)

mei-chankitty:

idgit-pies-and-puppydogeyes:

lokis-little-wolfie:

jimmynovakancy:

Remember the kid from Dead In The Water? The one who watched his dad die, who didn’t talk? Dean says “no wonder that kid’s so freaked out - watching one of your parents die isn’t something you just get over.” 
Dean colors with the kid, says “I’m thinking you can hear me, you just don’t wanna talk.”
John’s Journal November 16th: “Dean still hardly talks.”

SHUT THE FUCK UP THIS IS NOT OKAY

NOT COOL.

nononononononononono. No.

mei-chankitty:

idgit-pies-and-puppydogeyes:

lokis-little-wolfie:

jimmynovakancy:

Remember the kid from Dead In The Water? The one who watched his dad die, who didn’t talk? Dean says “no wonder that kid’s so freaked out - watching one of your parents die isn’t something you just get over.” 

Dean colors with the kid, says “I’m thinking you can hear me, you just don’t wanna talk.”

John’s Journal November 16th: “Dean still hardly talks.”

SHUT THE FUCK UP THIS IS NOT OKAY

NOT COOL.

nononononononononono. No.

(Source: princusbeau, via becominglsp)

howelllll:

i’m sure dan and phil don’t argue that much but when they do i would like to imagine phil being like fuck it and pouring an entire box of cereal in dan’s bed

(via hannahlikestotalk)

master-of-allusions:

clubjacobin:

89-year-old Charlotte Despard speaks to an anti-fascist rally, Trafalgar Square, London, June 1933.

Charlotte Despard seems like she was a really cool lady. She was an anti-capitalist advocate for animal liberation, direct action, and Irish independence. She and Maude Gonne (an Irish nationalist with whom poet WB Yeats was in love) worked together to create the Women’s Prisoner’s Defence League, which helped support political prisoners such as Irish republicans. Despard was politically active well into her nineties (she died when she was ninety-five), and spoke at several anti-fascist rallies, like the one in the picture.

master-of-allusions:

clubjacobin:

89-year-old Charlotte Despard speaks to an anti-fascist rally, Trafalgar Square, London, June 1933.

Charlotte Despard seems like she was a really cool lady. She was an anti-capitalist advocate for animal liberation, direct action, and Irish independence. She and Maude Gonne (an Irish nationalist with whom poet WB Yeats was in love) worked together to create the Women’s Prisoner’s Defence League, which helped support political prisoners such as Irish republicans. Despard was politically active well into her nineties (she died when she was ninety-five), and spoke at several anti-fascist rallies, like the one in the picture.

(via plantgirlramona)

bombing:

theweirdpart:

bombing:

lift the ban on ghostwriting. allow ghosts to write raps again

no

what the fuck

jesuschristofborg:

pinebark:

i bought a fashion magazine for the bus because they had a thing about aubrey plaza and then this :(

finally, another problematic fave. i cant believe i thought this celebrity wasnt a transmisogynist because she has been completely silent on anything related to transness but now i can confirm it. which celebrity who i dont assume is a transmisogynist is next 

jesuschristofborg:

pinebark:

i bought a fashion magazine for the bus because they had a thing about aubrey plaza and then this :(

finally, another problematic fave. i cant believe i thought this celebrity wasnt a transmisogynist because she has been completely silent on anything related to transness but now i can confirm it. which celebrity who i dont assume is a transmisogynist is next 

(via rosaluxmemeburg)

"A woman from the audience asks: ‘Why were there so few women among the Beat writers?’ and [Gregory] Corso, suddenly utterly serious, leans forward and says: “There were women, they were there, I knew them, their families put them in institutions, they were given electric shock. In the ’50s if you were male you could be a rebel, but if you were female your families had you locked up."

Stephen Scobie, on the Naropa Institute’s 1994 tribute to Allen Ginsberg  

Absences of women in history don’t “just happen,” they are made.

(via extraterrestris)

(Source: fuckyeahbeatniks, via neoliberalismkills)