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you should see me when I talk about my otp’s and my feels

d0rawinifredread:

reblog if you think uwu is the new wumbo

i uwu

you uwu

he/she/we uwu

its basic uwuology Spongebob!!

barjonabombers:

ask—liechtenstein:

I do, but probably not nearly as much as Tai does. …and unfortunately for her, Korea has recently been developing a knack for photobombing.



Track: 佤歌
Artist: 山人乐队

山人乐队 - 佤歌

The Band Shanren - Song of Wa (Wa language)

Don’t be afraid to read the word ‘hell’ out loud. Hell is a place, just like school.

jrahrah:

"Don’t let anybody tell you not to be angry. We have every right to be angry. We have every reason to be angry. And we ARE angry. And the reason that we’re angry — the reason we are angry — is because this is OUR country, and they took our government and imprisoned our queen — right here she was imprisoned in her palace. And they banned our language. And then they forcibly made us a state of the racist, colonialist United States of colonial America. Do you have a right to be angry? Of course you do. Of course you do!"

Speech by the Native Hawaiian Leader Haunani-Kay Trask for the 1993 Centennial Commemoration of the American overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom at ‘ Iolani Palace, Honolulu

mohala-sumiko:

this morning, police raided Greater St. Mark school/church in Ferguson, MO (formerly called St. Sebastian’s Parish).

community members had been using it as a safe space and staging area. police claim that the church is violating housing codes by sheltering protesters, even though the pastor has said it isn’t true.

please please please boost this. help these organizers recover the supplies they lost, and share just how fucking far these cops will sink to make the people of Ferguson suffer.

dendroica:

No, Fukushima Is Not a Wildlife Haven—and Neither Is Chernobyl

The findings of the new studies tell of significant population decline across many different species of animals and plants, as well as a range of expressions of genetic damage and cell mutation.

One paper reports that the pale grass blue butterfly, one of Japan’s most common butterfly species, has suffered from significant size reduction, slowed growth, high mortality and abnormal wing patterns both within the Fukushima exclusion zone and among lab-raised offspring of parents collected at the site. Which is to say, radiation-caused genetic mutations were passed down.

Researchers also found major declines in populations of birds, butterflies, cicadas, and some small mammals, as well as aberrations and albinism in the feathers of certain birds.

Timothy Mousseau, a prominent biologist and lead author of that population study, has also conducted significant research into radiation’s impacts at Chernobyl. He roundly rejects the claim that the area has become an animal haven, arguing that notion was based on anecdotal evidence rather than scientific data. Mousseau’s own work demonstrates radiation has had similar effects on Chernobyl’s ecology as on Fukushima’s.

(via CityLab)

My greatest misfortune would be to marry into a family who would carry me as their shame.

Oh, is that what the ice water challenge is?

captain-majed:

I don’t understand why these random ex-marines are praised for coming out and saying “we didn’t even use these types of police weaponry and tactics in Fallujah! The ferguson pd is Outrageous !”

As if there was a shred of morality or humanity in their deadly military occupation? Why compare the two..seems lazy 2 me

kawobrine:

WE ARE GETTING CLOSER TO EVA

rs620:

Black Panther Party Leader, Huey P. Newton (1971) Source: The Huey P. Newton Reader, page 204

sidleyparkhermit:

For those who are interested, here’s the firsthand account from the Amnesty observers’ team, who are still in Ferguson, of what they experienced last night. You can also find some of the personal Twitters of the team members on that page.

If you’re just catching up, this is Amnesty USA’s press release from when they first dispatched observers (their own link is broken) and a more personal blog post from a member of the delegation.