I love things. Things like women, men, nature, trinkets, water, wisdom, comedy, weird shit, and stuff I don't really know how to categorize. NSFW.

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everything you love is here

hisandherquotes:

everything you love is here

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"Let me tell you what I do know: I am more than one thing, and not all of those things are good. The truth is complicated. It’s two-toned, multi-vocal, bittersweet. I used to think that if I dug deep enough to discover something sad and ugly, I’d know it was something true. Now I’m trying to dig deeper. I didn’t want to write these pages until there were no hard feelings, no sharp ones. I do not have that luxury. I am sad and angry and I want everyone to be alive again. I want more landmarks, less landmines. I want to be grateful but I’m having a hard time with it."

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This must be the most beautiful DIY tutorial I have ever seen. And it so happens to be in style of this weekend. Found on Ulicam, a very nice blog by Ulrika Kestere, photographer and illustrator. For the whole tutorial and lot’s of inspiration, click here.

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rookieoftheday:



Do you understand how scary this picture is



god forbid a real person do real person things he wasnt just a robot who killed people jesus fucking christ



uh yeah its not like he killed and tortured six million jews or anything



Hold on just a tick. Listen, I’m Jewish, so I’m perfectly capable of understanding that what he did was just…..well, there are no words for it. But let’s not round it up to simply Jews that got killed. It was six million people that died in those camps, not just Jews. Did you know that homosexuals were sent there, too? Yeah, I’m sure you did. They had to wear special little symbols on their clothes. Do you know what it was? It was a pink triangle.
It was six million PEOPLE. 
But you let that roll over in your mind for a while and you are going to forever see this man as a monster, but that’s not what he was. He was someone who thought he was truly doing something right for his nation, no matter how shitty he was doing it. Believe me when I say that I don’t like him. I really don’t. My grandfather’s brothers died in those camps, and my grandfather escaped to Spain, then to Mexico. He was lucky.
This is not a monster holding hands with a little girl.
This is Adolf Hitler, a man, holding hands with a little girl. 
Yeah. It’s fucking scary. It really is. Do you know why?
It’s because you’re seeing that he wasn’t, in fact, a monster. You’re seeing in this picture that he was a man. He was a man, and that’s really the saddest part of it all.






As a History major who specializes in the history of early modern Europe, I’ve studied a lot of dictators in detail, not just Hitler. The number one mistake anyone could ever make in history is making the assumption that only inhuman monsters are capable of doing terrible things. Stop dehumanizing Hitler just so you can reassure yourself that “normal” humans aren’t capable of doing bad things. Hitler liked children and dogs, he was a vegetarian and he cried like a little boy when his mother died. I’m not saying he was a good, innocent person, but when you stop attributing human characteristics to historical figures like Hitler, it’s how you overlook people just like him in real life, and it’s how people like him end up back in power.


That last statement.

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immaculatellamalord:

lauriejuspeczyk:

221becquerel:

queenaglaia:

uncalmly:

silentknightley:

rookieoftheday:

Do you understand how scary this picture is

god forbid a real person do real person things he wasnt just a robot who killed people jesus fucking christ

uh yeah its not like he killed and tortured six million jews or anything

Hold on just a tick. Listen, I’m Jewish, so I’m perfectly capable of understanding that what he did was just…..well, there are no words for it. But let’s not round it up to simply Jews that got killed. It was six million people that died in those camps, not just Jews. Did you know that homosexuals were sent there, too? Yeah, I’m sure you did. They had to wear special little symbols on their clothes. Do you know what it was? It was a pink triangle.

It was six million PEOPLE. 

But you let that roll over in your mind for a while and you are going to forever see this man as a monster, but that’s not what he was. He was someone who thought he was truly doing something right for his nation, no matter how shitty he was doing it. Believe me when I say that I don’t like him. I really don’t. My grandfather’s brothers died in those camps, and my grandfather escaped to Spain, then to Mexico. He was lucky.

This is not a monster holding hands with a little girl.

This is Adolf Hitler, a man, holding hands with a little girl. 

Yeah. It’s fucking scary. It really is. Do you know why?

It’s because you’re seeing that he wasn’t, in fact, a monster. You’re seeing in this picture that he was a man. He was a man, and that’s really the saddest part of it all.

As a History major who specializes in the history of early modern Europe, I’ve studied a lot of dictators in detail, not just Hitler. The number one mistake anyone could ever make in history is making the assumption that only inhuman monsters are capable of doing terrible things.

Stop dehumanizing Hitler just so you can reassure yourself that “normal” humans aren’t capable of doing bad things. Hitler liked children and dogs, he was a vegetarian and he cried like a little boy when his mother died. I’m not saying he was a good, innocent person, but when you stop attributing human characteristics to historical figures like Hitler, it’s how you overlook people just like him in real life, and it’s how people like him end up back in power.

That last statement.

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Strength is being able to crush a tomato.

Dexterity is being able to dodge a tomato.

Constitution is being able to eat a bad tomato.

Intelligence is knowing a tomato is a fruit.

Wisdom is knowing not to put a tomato in a fruit salad.

Charisma is being able to sell a tomato based fruit salad.

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If I stop reblogging this assume I’m dead

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fuckyeahcraft:

Amazing button sculptures by Miami based artist Augusto Esquivel.  Absolutely stunning stuff!

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xibalbadance:

Mother fuckin’ Jim Carrey

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"I’ve always resented the fact that when a cop drives by I feel paranoid instead of protected."

- Buddy Wakefield  (via artistsuffer)

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Undisclosed Desires by anubisazp

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Undisclosed Desires by anubisazp

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naktivated:

Bucket-list bungee.

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Bucket-list bungee.

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"When the Beatles were depressed thinking the group was going nowhere, and this is a shitty deal, and we’re in a shitty dressing room, I’d say, “Where are we going fellas?!” and they’d go, “to the top, johnny!” and I’d say, “Where’s that fellas?!” and they’d say, “To the toppermost or the poppermost!” and I’d say, “right!” then we all sort of cheered up."

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Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are recruiting participants to complete an online survey about
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and Chronic Pain Patients

Study Title: “Quality of Life, Coping, Support Systems and Chronic Pain in Ehlers Danlos Syndrome”

You may be in this study if you:
• have been diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and/or chronic pain
• are over 18 years of age
• have computer and Internet access
• are able to read and respond in English
The purpose of the study is: to assess the relationship between demographic characteristics, quality of life, coping, support systems and chronic pain as reported by Ehlers Danlos Syndrome patients.

Time commitment: The study involves taking one online survey that will take approximately 20-30 minutes.

Participants wishing to participate in this survey may access the survey link by clicking on the following:
https://uceducation.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_eyCYkuEEu5c0E3H

Participants of this study will answer questions that will help to build programs for Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and chronic pain patients to manage their illness after diagnosis.

The research will be conducted through an online survey.