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m-arkiplier:

Instead of insane, say unreal.

Instead of crazy, say unbelievable.

Instead of calling someone a psycho, call them an asshole.

Instead of stupid, say awful.

Instead of dumb, say bad.

Taking ableist language out of your vocabulary is simple and will help widen your vocabulary.

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When Nature Fights Back →

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brightwalldarkroom:

“This fellow Keaton seems to be the whole show!”
-The Playroom, 1921.

brightwalldarkroom:

This fellow Keaton seems to be the whole show!”

-The Playroom, 1921.

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"Life is a garden, not a road. We enter and exit through the same gate. Wandering, where we go matters less than what we notice."
Kurt Vonnegut (via likeafieldmouse)

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yourstrulysf:

It’s a monday, it’s so mundane

yourstrulysf:

It’s a monday, it’s so mundane

— 2 weeks ago with 256 notes
#courtney barnett 

spx:

Very excited to have grabbed this at the show!

krismukai:

fire-plug:

Here’s a preview of the new zine I’ll be selling at SPX!

Common Curses & Blessings is a 2-in-1 mini-zine about the most mundane and insignificant things the universe throws at you. They probably shouldn’t even have an impact on your day, but they totally do.

Read it facing one way, and you’ll read about the curses. Flip it over and read about the blessings. You’ll just have to come to SPX and see how it works!

2-color risograph printed, 4.25” x 5.5”. 16 pages, 8 curses, 8 blessings. Come to table A12 and check it out!

g-g-g-g-get it! our table is gonna be all purple this year, awesome (*w*  ) 

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humansofnewyork:

"The right to protest is very limited in Tibet. But the Chinese laws allow for ethnic minorities to practice their traditions. So every Wednesday, to demonstrate solidarity, Tibetans all over the world express their culture. They speak Tibetan, eat at Tibetan restaurants, and wear traditional Tibetan clothing. It’s a form of silent protest." 
(Dharamshala, India)

humansofnewyork:

"The right to protest is very limited in Tibet. But the Chinese laws allow for ethnic minorities to practice their traditions. So every Wednesday, to demonstrate solidarity, Tibetans all over the world express their culture. They speak Tibetan, eat at Tibetan restaurants, and wear traditional Tibetan clothing. It’s a form of silent protest." 

(Dharamshala, India)

— 2 weeks ago with 4782 notes