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cravelouis:

My feelings for larry are always there but sometimes they decide to flood my brain all at once and it makes me want to burn down a church and howl at the moon with better than words playing loudly behind all of the screaming

Aug 21st at 3PM / via: larrysquads / op: cravelouis / reblog / 12 notes

ninja-suffragette:

shatteredchrystal:

runaon:

a-little-bi-furious:

asherehsa:

samjoonyuh:

Perspective. 

"Looting? I thought these were supposed to be nonviolent protests"

I know it’s incredible! People are literally coming out of the woodwork to comment on this photoset to focus on the looting headline with “well yes it is nice they were helping people hit with the tear gas, but stealing is still wrong uwu” as if they’re back to kindergarten morality.

Like everyone who’s gone to boot camp I’ve been tear gassed. They put about 50+ of you in a gas chamber and toss it in. You have to stay there until your rank is allowed to exit. Before that though, you have to say your name, rank, and social security number. You then exit and file into ranks (again) outside and are not allowed at any point to rinse your face or eyes for the entire day.

That right there? Easily the worst part of boot camp. My eyes were literally swollen shut. I was blinded for a good 30 minutes and my chest hurt for days.

I have zero problem and not and ounce of judgement for people raiding a mcdonalds that can easily afford to repair damage for ANYTHING to help ease the shittiness that is being tear gassed. Esp because every one of us in boot were medically sound to deal with tear gas. Children, asthmatics, people prone to panic and anxiety attacks, the elderly as sooo many more are NOT going to handle tear gas well at ALL.

Or that smoke the police use either.

It’s easy to sit there and judge someone from the safety of your home and say things like “it’s just tear gas” or “it can’t be that bad”.

Fuck you. As someone who HAS been gassed, you need to stfu.

I remember all the preparation they did to get us ready for the gas chamber in boot camp. We were taught how to handle ourselves, how to control our breathing, not to touch anything, how to avoid the worst of the gas. But it still didn’t matter. I remember taking in that first breath and feeling like I had just been kicked in the chest. I remember a few guys in my platoon falling down and vomiting. We knew the gas wasn’t as bad on the floor but we were the fifth platoon through and the vomit kept us from bending over more than absolutely necessary. I remember a few guys, guys in peak health training to be infantrymen, breaking ranks and running for the door only to be dragged back in kicking and screaming until they said name, rank and serial. They were expecting it, trained for it, bragging about how it wouldn’t bother them.
I remember standing there with all of the mucus from my nasal cavity on the front of my ACUs and thinking to myself “This is the nonviolent option?”
Covered head to toe and my skin still itching I looked down at the silver wedding band hanging next to my dog tags and realized that the gas had eaten little pits into itssurface.
I stood there and thought of all the news reports I had seen over the years. The uprisings and revolutionaries being gassed, the crowds running from men in masks.
That’s the moment I got it, staring at my ruined wedding band, that’s the moment I realized terrorism isn’t about bombs or who is using them. It’s about controlling people through fear. It’s about removing their ability to act reasonably, to make them seem like the monsters. Terrorism is about triggering people to fight or flight then blaming them for not being rational. It’s about power. Remove someone’s power to act with reason, and you remove their humanity.

Bolded by me. Reminder: tear gas is a chemical weapon and the use of it is banned in international warfare under the 1925 Geneva Protocol and the Chemical Weapons Convention. 

Aug 21st at 3PM / via: thehorannetwork / op: samjoonyuh / reblog / 160,032 notes
I don’t understand the appeal of that kid.

like. I don’t want to get into it. people like him. I don’t. it’s cool. I’m just tired of him, and I’m tired of him on my dash. it’s not hard to tag things however you blog either manually or with xkit.  or hell even write his name in the comments. I’m not about controlling others, I’m just about not seeing his face.

Aug 21st at 3PM / tagged: ohmrdarcy. / reblog

mylifeinthelibrary:

It really warms my heart to see the library looking out for its community in the light of everything happening in Ferguson.

(Source 1, 2.)

EDIT: Be sure to follow Ferguson Library on twitter.

Aug 21st at 2PM / via: kileyrae / op: mylifeinthelibrary / reblog / 11,139 notes
Who and why

Troye Sivan

because he annoys me

Ok

so I have black listed

Troye

Troye Sivan 

and Troyesivan

I know you guys like him. and that’s totally fine ‘m not going to openly judge you now.

if you COULD PLEASE just tag it as troye or whatever, that’d be awesome.

thank you

Aug 21st at 2PM / reblog / 4 notes

shorthairedsif:

remember that time the mcu had a complex, multi-faceted, morally ambiguous poc character steeped in social allegory and the fandom reduced him to ‘motherfucker’ jokes and pulp fiction references

Aug 21st at 2PM / via: amurrrka / op: shorthairedsif / reblog / 3,940 notes

tardistoaster:

raydelblau:

benedictedcumberbabeof221:

petition for the next companion to not be a white girl in her 20s who crushes on the Doctor 

petition for the next companion to be a grumpy chinese-american grandma who complains about plot-holes and knits the doctor horrific time-travel-themed sweaters to wear when she thinks it’s cold out (most of the time)

reblogging because this is the best idea ever

(Source: foxwin)

Aug 21st at 2PM / via: thatguywhobakes / op: foxwin / reblog / 100,827 notes

spicyshimmy:

three words. just say those three special words and i’ll be yours forever

"starfleet is real"

Aug 21st at 10AM / via: teal-teacup / op: spicyshimmy / reblog / 286 notes
  • Waterbenders: I can also bend blood!
  • Earthbenders: I can also bend mental!
  • Firebenders: I can also bend lightning!
  • Airbenders: And I can bend the aIR STRAIGHT FROM YOUR FREAKING LUNGS AND END YOUR PATHETIC EXCUSE FOR A LIFE HA HA!
Aug 21st at 10AM / via: therisingarrow / op: thefandomfighter / reblog / 34,690 notes

(Source: totalparksandrec)

Aug 21st at 10AM / via: teal-teacup / op: totalparksandrec / reblog / 2,703 notes
doctorwho:


@ReetuKabra: Peter Capaldi meets the Korean actors that voice The Doctor and Clara! (x)

The Doctor is voiced by 설영범 (Seol Yeongbeom) and Clara is voiced by 안찬이 (An Chani).
Thanks to Tumblr user kampakida for letting us know!

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doctorwho:

@ReetuKabra: Peter Capaldi meets the Korean actors that voice The Doctor and Clara! (x)

The Doctor is voiced by 설영범 (Seol Yeongbeom) and Clara is voiced by 안찬이 (An Chani).

Thanks to Tumblr user kampakida for letting us know!

Aug 21st at 10AM / via: teal-teacup / op: doctorwho / reblog / 3,310 notes

Tear Gas Is an Abortifacient. Why Won’t the Anti-Abortion Movement Oppose It? →

mangoestho:

A couple of years ago, when I was newly pregnant and reporting in the West Bank, some of my local colleagues insisted that I skip covering a protest at an Israeli checkpoint. At first, I was resistant to letting pregnancy stand in the way of my work, but they knew from experience that there might be tear gas, and tear gas, they said, causes miscarriages.

They were right: though rigorous studies are few, there is evidence that tear gas is an abortifacient. In 2011, Chile temporarily suspended its use after a University of Chile studylinked it to miscarriage and fetal harm. Investigating the use of tear gas in Bahrain in 2012, Physicians for Human Rights found that local doctors were reporting increased numbers of miscarriages in exposed areas. And UN officials have connected tear gas to miscarriages in the Palestinian territories.

This means it’s likely that police in Ferguson, Missouri, have been spraying abortion-causing chemicals on crowds of civilians. Recently at TheNation.com, Dani McClain wrote about the killing of black youth as a reproductive justice issue, one that goes to the heart of the rights of parents to raise their children in peace, safety and dignity. She’s correct, of course, but if the anti-abortion movement were actually concerned about the well-being of the unborn, then the violence in Ferguson would be a pro-life issue as well.

(Source: aloofshahbanou)

Aug 21st at 10AM / via: fyeahcracker / op: aloofshahbanou / reblog / 5,886 notes