Tumblr needs more of this….whatever this is.

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“Those poor boys’ lives will be ruined because of this.”


“But the girl was wearing—”


“She was drinking alcoho—”


“They won’t be able to play football anymore!”


“The boys’ futures are ruined because of her!”


“She should be held accountable, too!”


“What did she think was going to happen!?”


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I’ve never asked anyone to reblog anything before, and I probably won’t again. But I am now - because this matters.

The Steubenville rape victim, when offered money for her legal expenses or counselling, asked that people donated to a shelter for abused women and children in her county, Madden…



The thing I like about the holidays is that I get to hang out with people lots and draw aimlessly and sightread mozart concertos with my brother (hahahah jk) and sit in my bed doing nothing…

Anyway, Merry Christmas!! :) 

There’s stuff I would change with this picture, like getting the people to look more like how they’re supposed to look (carolinneeeeee T_T) and improve the coloring on a whole lot of stuff, but hopefully the sparkles are distracting enough and you’ll enjoy anyway <3




Christmas fan art!


I rewrote the melody to ‘The Water You Walk’ by Why? for another weird Joanna Newsom cover, this one of ‘Inflammatory Writ’ (as performed by sszreter, used without permission)

Lyrics (written by Yoni Wolf):

Oh what an honored man am I
That these eyes might see you tonight
Oh what a modern man I am 
Counting the fears in one hair pore of skin

Farrah, Farrah, I don’t dare to stare at you I’ll lose my sight 
And tear my hair out like some fazed jew gazed at the face of god

Farrah Marie, what is this? 
Have a very merry Christmas
And bury me deep in this mess
Ill be under where you walk

I’m just like everybody else is 
and everybody else is a fine dust,
Dead in our houses,
until someone dares us to rise up

Oh Farrah. Farrah, Farrah spare a heat for me, beneath this night
I’m barely there ,but where you are, Farrah, my heart beats right

Farrah Marie what is this? 
Have a very merry Christmas
and bury me deep in this mess
Ill be under where you walk

Yeah, I’m under the water you walk


Inebrih8rs original series MEDIT8RS first episode Water Under the Bridge!!!!!!


First and foremost, do not panic.

Leah wanted for us to express these points to you with this news:

  • She is extremely traumatized and experienced a lot of very, very bad things, but she is alive. The state of her mental health is also very bad.
  • She asks that people do not jump to wild…


30,000 Colombians take the street for Week of Indignation
October 13, 2012

Colombian police used tear gas and stun grenades to disperse protesters in Bogota, detaining over 70 people. In a culmination of the ‘Week of Indignation,’ over 30,000 Colombians marched in the nation’s main cities and condemned social inequality.

At least eight people were injured after police clashed with demonstrators in the nation’s capital. One person was reportedly charged with assaulting a police officer.

Bogota saw almost 5,000 activists take to the streets, some sporting the masks of hacktivist group Anonymous. The protests ranged from students demanding lower tuition fees to political organizations calling for a peaceful dialogue between infamous guerrilla group FARC and the Colombian government.

The demonstrations were the final day of what was dubbed the ‘Week of Indignation’ by leftist political group Patriotic March.

Violence erupted when thousands of marchers neared the center of Bogota. Some protesters hurled stones at police, who retaliated with gas grenades and water cannons.

Colombian Interior Minister Fernando Carrillo condemned the violence, and said he regretted that some individuals exploited the protests to commit acts of violence. “It goes without saying that we support these social institutions’ right to protest, however we regret the fact that there have been isolated acts of violence,” Carrillo said.

Colombian authorities reported that at least 500 Bogota businesses were damaged by graffiti, stones and makeshift explosives during the protests.

Elsewhere in Colombia, nonviolent protests and marches were reported in 25 of the country’s 32 provinces.

David Florez, spokesperson for protest organizers Patriotic March, said that the demonstrations were a message to the Colombian government to push for peace with FARC, prior to negotiations with the group due to start in Oslo on October 17.

“The possibility of peace in Colombia can only be achieved through an active dialogue with the Colombian people, there can be no peace while Colombia continues to be the most unjust country in the world,” Florez argued.


(Source: thepeoplesrecord)


We’re all stories in the end.

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