• 3rd April
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We didn’t give women the right to vote (in the U.S.) until 1920. …That means American Democracy is 94 years old. There are three people in my building older than American democracy. Women have had a rough time. It was so okay to beat your wife until so recently, that today we have a kind of shirt named after it. There’s a piece of clothing in our culture affectionately nicknamed after beating the crap out of your wife, and for some reason this is offensive to nobody.
Louis CK monologue (via sonnyjohnson)

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Religion makes me uncomfortable.  Like, I’m happy for you that believing this thing makes you feel better, but I can’t get behind it, so all I can really do is smile uncomfortably until the subject changes.

  • 5th February
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can-you-feel-the-prussia:


Did you know we’re actually NOT Nazi’s and there’s a lot more to our history than just Hitler? Did you know a lot of Germans were forced into supporting Hitler because otherwise the Gestapo would take you in the middle of the night and kill you and possibly your family? And that children were taught to tattle on their parents if they weren’t in support of the Nazi party? Did you know SS soldiers and Concentration Camp soldiers were actually executed for secretly sneaking food or helping the prisoners? Did you know a German made the first globe, first car, alcohol and mercury thermometer, electron microscope, the first freely programmable computer, the bunsen burner, etc? 
Probably not since you’re too busy insulting my country and only thinking of Nazis when you hear it’s name and calling me a Nazi when I say, “Yes I’m German.”
I’m not saying to forget the Holocaust and the war. I’m just saying you don’t need to bring that up when I say I’m German. If that’s all you know about my country, kindly shut up.

I’m not German, but I think this is very, very important and I’ll always reblog this. 
It’s a matter of respect. Judging a country, and a beautiful one too, for something their people couldn’t help is one of the most outrageous things I’ve ever seen. 
I am in the same situation. My country is more than Mafia. 
That’s because I demand RESPECT for all the countries in this world. 

can-you-feel-the-prussia:

Did you know we’re actually NOT Nazi’s and there’s a lot more to our history than just Hitler? Did you know a lot of Germans were forced into supporting Hitler because otherwise the Gestapo would take you in the middle of the night and kill you and possibly your family? And that children were taught to tattle on their parents if they weren’t in support of the Nazi party? Did you know SS soldiers and Concentration Camp soldiers were actually executed for secretly sneaking food or helping the prisoners? Did you know a German made the first globe, first car, alcohol and mercury thermometer, electron microscope, the first freely programmable computer, the bunsen burner, etc? 

Probably not since you’re too busy insulting my country and only thinking of Nazis when you hear it’s name and calling me a Nazi when I say, “Yes I’m German.”

I’m not saying to forget the Holocaust and the war. I’m just saying you don’t need to bring that up when I say I’m German. If that’s all you know about my country, kindly shut up.

I’m not German, but I think this is very, very important and I’ll always reblog this. 

It’s a matter of respect. Judging a country, and a beautiful one too, for something their people couldn’t help is one of the most outrageous things I’ve ever seen. 

I am in the same situation. My country is more than Mafia. 

That’s because I demand RESPECT for all the countries in this world. 

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  • 27th January
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IMPORTANT

helpimtiny:

It has just come to my attention that the trailer for the Fault in Our Stars movie has been leaked.

The comments and tumblr are exploding with “I couldn’t resist” and “OMFG my feels”, which is justified from a fandom that is ridiculously excited about the story and creators.

However, I’d like to take a moment to say that although leaking the trailer may have been seen as beneficial in the short term, it is a disrespectful act to the creators, crew, and cast. 

Today’s culture is one of instant gratification. I know that as a fandom, we’ve been excited beyond all reason for the adaption of this wonderful book. And trust me when I say that the story means a tremendous amount to me in addition to many others. 

However, the team behind the TFIOS movie obviously had a plan for how, when, and why they were going to release the trailer. To put all their planning effort to waste - that of the graphic designers behind the publicity campaign, the PR people, etc - is a real shame. 

If you’re anything like me, you probably want to show the creators of a story how much you respect them and love what they do. That’s perfectly fine! Actually, it’s great! But in this situation, caving in to your temptation and viewing the leaked trailer is actually disrespecting the creators more than anything else. If you want to honor the time, effort, and people behind TFIOS in all its forms, the best thing you could do in this situation is take the much harder but admittedly more respectful high road and wait on viewing the trailer until its official release. 

Just because you’re excited doesn’t give you the excuse to press play right now. If you’re excited, stay excited. Hold in your feelings for a bit longer - you’ve waited several months for this, you can wait one or two weeks more.

Please join me in respecting the cast and crew, feeling the feels, and waiting just a little bit longer for the official release of the TFIOS trailer. 

Plus, who wants to watch a bad-quality screen recording anyways? Wouldn’t you rather wait and experience it at the same time as everyone else in all its HD, justified, gorgeous glory? Thought so.

Thank you for reading. Let’s give the TFIOS fandom a good name. 

DFTBA and best wishes.

  • 16th January
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shingekinokyojinheaven:

mcry:

there was a monarch butterfly outside with a torn wing and i thought it was dead so i went to pick it up off the ground with a flower but it began to hurriedly clutch onto it trying to drink something. it was totally trembling; it had a gash on it’s body and i knew it was dying but i couldn’t bring myself to kill it, so i googled a monarch’s favourite food and it ended up being mandarins. he literally devoured as much as he could before dying and i buried him outside my window.

You’re a good person

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