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chanyerrrrrr:

bestyoutubevideos:

Putting on pants without using hands

this was wild from start to finish

Hello! I wanted to ask if you thought writers without college educations could make it (get published, make money from book sales, etc.). I had a really bad time with high school due to depression and family situations and such and between that and financial issues, long story short I'm not going to be able to get into college. But I can write, and I just want to know if I'm being naive thinking I'll be able to do well at it.

neil-gaiman:

If you can write things that make people turn the page you’ll be fine. Nobody will ask to see your qualifications.

By the same token, no amount of qualifications will make someone turn the page if she’s bored.

signed

someone who never actually went to university because he really just wanted to write and is now an actual professor at a real college.

kristoffbjorgman:

okay so let me get this straight

Disney’s making a superhero movie with a Japanese lead and a multi-racial cast set in a fictionalised multi-racial world
half the human characters are women in non-sexualised costumes with completely different personalities and appearances
AND they race-bent one…

disneybighero6:

New Big Hero 6 posters! First official look at all the main characters! Which one is your favorite?

* PLEASE READ: http://disneybighero6.tumblr.com/post/90266684377/leaked-big-hero-6-posters *

Via JPosters

manchesters-answer-to-the-h-bomb:

Arrested Development: smart comedy about dumb people.
The Big Bang Theory: dumb comedy about smart people.

suicidebyfacepalm:

cliffjumper-is-alive:

gamko:

This is a children’s book

What book

It’s called Skulduggery Pleasant?  I haven’t gotten around to reading it myself yet, but it sounds really cool.

suicidebyfacepalm:

cliffjumper-is-alive:

gamko:

This is a children’s book

What book

It’s called Skulduggery Pleasant?  I haven’t gotten around to reading it myself yet, but it sounds really cool.

the-vashta-nerada:

somebody at my college literally went to all the signs and replaced all the R’s into P’s so now i have class on the second floop today

the-vashta-nerada:

somebody at my college literally went to all the signs and replaced all the R’s into P’s so now i have class on the second floop today

dinoduckqueen:

wiredandrewired:

dudeistlibertarian:

espeonsilverfire2:

findingschmomo:

browncoat-named-cauthon:

excitabletortoise:

god bless america

I hope this the last remaining photos of our presidents

Is no one going to talk about Ronald McDonald fighting in Clinton’s background.

I’m not even american and I will reblog these anyday.

is Teddy Roosevelt shooting Bigfoot?

That one is historically accurate, actually.

I am American and I can confirm these are all 100% real photos

We’re Prisoners in the Republic of Testosteronin

johnskylar:

(I am slapping a huge freaking trigger warning on this.  Violence, of a gendered nature, is discussed in depth.  The pathology of such violence is discussed in depth.  I think this piece is necessary, but when I personally found writing it to be triggery, I need to warn people.)

For some reason, the southern California shooting appears to be the event that has made America stand up and say that it’s time to have a conversation about hating women, and the violence that it motivates.

7 people died, and finally we talk about this.  I’m writing this a week later, as the “controversy” is dying down—despite nothing having been fixed—because the core issue is, and always was, more important than we’ve ever made it.  Meanwhile, today’s viral fad is about soylent and “food privilege.”

Because apparently, now that a few days have passed, misogyny is no longer a problem?

Apparently it wasn’t problem enough to bother paying attention when almost 350,000 women were raped in 2012.

Apparently we didn’t want to pay attention all the days that came before the shooting, when every day, three women in the US were killed by an intimate partner.

These things, which have been public information for quite some time, should have shocked us into action far sooner than the rampage of a worthless young man who chose to use murder to inflate his own importance.

Why do we value the actions of one man over those of a society?  Why is he seen as the diseased one, and not the men who created him?

The answer is as much in our biochemistry as in our gender roles.

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