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dpohmeanutha:

Awww it’s so tiny omg

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deanbreaks:

“Not only is the Universe stranger than we think, it is stranger than we can think.”    Werner Heisenberg

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lonequixote:

Road with Cypresses ~ Vincent van Gogh

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bootycaller:

who wants to give up on society and go live in a treehouse with me

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theonion:

What would John Adams do if he looked upon an assault rifle?

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The first act of violence is to establish a system of oppression. Everything after that is resistance. It has been de rigeur to decry the Hamas rockets that crash into Israel’s Iron Dome. But terrorism is using violence to impose a political condition. Terrorism is Israel imposing a siege on a people because they voted for a government Israel didn’t like. Terrorism is bombing imprisoned civilians and schools and hospitals. Think of the countless days and weeks when no rockets were fired from Gaza. Was the siege lifted then? No. The world treated Gaza as a humanitarian case, as if what the Palestinians needed was aid. But what Gaza needs is freedom.

Israel requires the Palestinians to recognise Israel as a “Jewish state”. That is, to accept that the Palestinians living in Haifa, Yafa, Nazareth, Akka etc will always be second-class citizens in their country. Israel ruptures logic; it wants to be a democracy practiced on the basis that some people are “chosen” and others are not. And if that won’t work then it wants the “not chosen” to disappear.

—Ahdaf Soueif, The End of Impunity. (via lastuli)

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Birthday Presents from yesterday: Two awesome recipe/technique books, Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert, an Italy lacrosse stick, an 8 inch Mercer Chef’s knife/5 inch utility knife, and a bag for my knives. I also ordered, as a gift to myself, The uncensored Picture of Dorian Gray (Reader’s edition).

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#yee birthday

jingledink:

found two kitties cuddling by the sea

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#me and robin

One of the reasons I don’t root for USA in soccer is because the minute the team starts doing well, everyone in this country pretends to love soccer, and turns it into this weird patriotic bs that just rubs me in every wrong direction

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#I hate patriotism

m45c:

highkeygay:

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FUCK

S T O P

LITERALLY ME

IM THEOWING MY PHONe AWAy

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princeofhopefulness:

deodrant:

*tries to talk*

*gets ignored*

“you should talk more!”

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#me always

hex-grrrl:

heterophobianca:

notice how every hetero couple in oitnb is annoying as fuck

well yeah they have to keep it realistic

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