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perpetually suppressing crises, terrible at spelling, and incapable of turning down the opportunity for adventure.

flinch-nerds:

This tweet is so important to me


Oh man. This is the thing. Yes!

flinch-nerds:

This tweet is so important to me

Oh man. This is the thing. Yes!

(via thelivingwellchronicles)

bahbumplug:

when they put on a song u like at a party that no one knows

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I will reblog any Tina slow dance GIF. Anytime anywhere

(Source: laven-ders, via generationofmodifications)

humansofnewyork:

I’ve got to tell you guys about all the amazing things happening over at Susie’s Senior Dogs. So we started this page on a whim last week, for the purpose of placing old dogs in new homes. (And by we, I mean 95% my girlfriend, and 5% me— let’s be honest.) Nearly 100,000 people “liked” the page in 24 hours. 
We’ve posted about 11 dogs so far, and 6 of them have been adopted— from all over the country. It’s just been an incredible success. Almost all of these dogs were ten years or older, and many of them had been in shelters for a long time. Check out these pictures of the pups in their new homes. Remember, these guys were sleeping in cages just last week. 
From Left to Right: Nina (13), Fancy (12), and Max (10).

humansofnewyork:

I’ve got to tell you guys about all the amazing things happening over at Susie’s Senior Dogs. So we started this page on a whim last week, for the purpose of placing old dogs in new homes. (And by we, I mean 95% my girlfriend, and 5% me— let’s be honest.) Nearly 100,000 people “liked” the page in 24 hours. 

We’ve posted about 11 dogs so far, and 6 of them have been adopted— from all over the country. It’s just been an incredible success. Almost all of these dogs were ten years or older, and many of them had been in shelters for a long time. Check out these pictures of the pups in their new homes. Remember, these guys were sleeping in cages just last week. 

From Left to Right: Nina (13), Fancy (12), and Max (10).

Too many of our best scholars, themselves indoctrinated from infancy in a religion of one kind or another based upon the Bible, are so locked into the idea of their own god as a supernatural fact—something final, not symbolic of transcendence, but a personage with a character and will of his own—that they are unable to grasp the idea of a worship that is not of the symbol but of its reference, which is of a mystery of much greater age and of more immediate inward reality than the name-and-form of any historical ethnic idea of a deity, whatsoever … and is of a sophistication that makes the sentimentalism of our popular Bible-story theology seem undeveloped.

— Joseph Campbell (via sunrec)

sometimes I have nights where I think a lot about my divinity school dayz. With a “Z”

(via absurdlakefront)

That moment…

That moment…

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tastefullyoffensive:

[smbc]

This will be my only thanksgiving related social media post… Happy day, y’all

tastefullyoffensive:

[smbc]

This will be my only thanksgiving related social media post… Happy day, y’all

The six Wal-Mart heirs possess more wealth than the bottom 40% of families in this country. Or, in other words, six surrealistically-rich people who say they can’t provide decent wages or benefits for their workers have more wealth than roughly 160 million other Americans combined. Much of that Wal-Mart wealth is directly attributable to the ways U.S. taxpayers subsidize the Wal-Mart labor pool, offer tax breaks, and tilt the playing field so that so much wealth flows into those few hands. Six people. Think about that, if your own head isn’t too far up your nether orifice, then think of the people and policies that created such disparity.

— Jaime O’Neil, 12 Signs America Is Insane (via heal-your-bones)

Effed

(via absurdlakefront)

Tell me about it.

Tell me about it.

(Source: georgesdoe, via filtermagazine)

This seemed like a good way to come back from this most recent tumblr hiatus…

This seemed like a good way to come back from this most recent tumblr hiatus…

If the Confederate flag is divisive, it’s because the issues surrounding it bisect the politics and passions of everyone from public mucous snorters and Hannity huffers to gluten-averse liberal artistes and run of the mill defenders of freedom, justice and a soccer-free America, such as myself.

In other words, everyone.

— I Used to Hang a Confederate Flag on My Wall: Here’s Why I Took It Down. (via thenewrepublic)

I’m not pointing any fingers but this is what I’m saying, y’all.