i once existed & this is what i looked like

one of the things about people from generations before mine, even from the generation just before mine, is that sometimes they’ll mention a book or a song & say, with much self-satisfaction, “That was before your time.” it pisses me off because it doesn’t make sense— time isn’t a vacuum, it’s a continuum. the past and things of the past don’t just evaporate, not leaving a trace. we still listen to music from decades past, still read books from hundreds of years ago… they still exist. they still are. so in trying to sound more knowledgeable and worldly, older generations just end up sounding like pompous idiots.

lacigreen:

WHY I’M A….FEMINIST *gasp!!*

whatdididotomakeyousocruel:

don’t trust people who get angry at the thought of their money being used to feed people and keep them healthy

don’t trust people who care more about money than people

(Source: gk2nist)

favorite parts from the Hateful Things section of Sei Shonagon’s Pillow Book

from The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon

from The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon

The Myth of Working Your Way Through College - Svati Kirsten Narula - The Atlantic 
rossinabb:

“Ghost Photographs” by Angela Deane

rossinabb:

“Ghost Photographs” by Angela Deane

bugjuic3:

nature vaginas

(Source: my-poop-be-slangin)

opalescentluminescent:

The great John Waters giving a short tour of Baltimore.   Mr. Waters is one of those people that is just so good and right that it baffles me how people can not see him in a saintly light.

Tag(s): #john waters

(Source: peachdream)

Tag(s): #txf

(Source: 4cp)

large groups of people in solidarity make me cry, which is why i hate seeing news footage of marches and protests and anything about the Boston marathon

christiannightmares:

Christian warning of the day from a Walmart parking lot in Texas 

christiannightmares:

Christian warning of the day from a Walmart parking lot in Texas 

blastedheath:

Jan Rubczak (Polish, 1884-1942), Trees by the water. Etching on paper, 26.5 x 27 cm.

blastedheath:

Jan Rubczak (Polish, 1884-1942), Trees by the water. Etching on paper, 26.5 x 27 cm.

Tag(s): #Jan Rubczak