1. 16:35 21st Oct 2014

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    Reblogged from boosaris

    Tags: Ferguson

    socialjusticekoolaid:

    Last Night in Ferguson (10.21.14): A state senator was arrested (and mama may have been legally packing), one of the lead organizers, nettaaaaaaaa, was roughed up by police, and one of the main sources of footage/live feeds, Rebel Z, was detained in what seems to have been an intimidation and straight up harassment tactic. The police are out of control, and it’s only getting worse. If you think this is over, you need to look again. #staywoke #farfromover

    Ferguson is still happening. Are you still paying attention?

    Tune into Z’s UStream tonight to watch developments live. 

     
  2. 12:42 18th Oct 2014

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    Reblogged from boosaris

    coffeedepablo:

    Girls don’t want boys girls want good storylines, canon otps, and their favorite female characters to get what they deserve

     
  3. theprocessofart:

             Rest Station Wagon (Full Road Trip) for anyone who wants to watch a 1/2 hour long video of bad cinematography and me rambling about driving, pie signs, and art. If you watched the short documentation, you can skip 9:21-12:04 if you don’t want to see that again. Music courtesy of Sirius XM stations Classic Vinyl and Ozzy’s Boneyard. 

              Flip Video Ultra HD camera, Adobe Premiere Pro 2014. Approx. 28 hours (from start of project to finished installing). 10/17/14.

     
  4. 19:51

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    Reblogged from spookytepperz

    birdhero:

    i wonder if magic is real, but only in a really mundane way.

    when i was little i could almost inerringly switch back to disney channel right as the ads ended when i was channel surfing.

    maybe youve never accidentally crushed a ladybug underfoot. maybe your microwave popcorn never burns. maybe you can spin around lots and lots of times before you get dizzy.

    is that magic??

    honestly im not sure if these are magic or just small, invisible skills. im not sure which i like better.

    (Source: nilesymon)

     
  5. cheriiart:

    ((Cas you rebelling little shi- ))

    Doodle dump from class and trying to expand on punk!cas’ design for my college au because his original look was a bit plain;; If anyone asks how his coat got burnt, Cas will just reply that he’s walked through hell. 

     
  6. (Un)Comfortably Numb

           Ugh, I’m just really frustrated right now because I can feel myself slipping back into that depressed slump again and being perpetually exhausted and unmotivated and, like, stuck because my limbs feel heavy and too much effort to do anything but curl up on my bed or the couch.

           Ranting about this/life in general in long, run-on sentences under the cut:

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    sirenlovesong:

summer-tryst:

rightfulqueenofwesteros:

summer-tryst:

White people will literally tattoo ANYTHING on their bodies. ABSOLUTELY. ANYTHING.

why is she tattooing tea on her? did tea save her life? 

I have this feeling that she doesn’t even know what chai means. Probably thought it was spiritual or something. I’m patiently waiting for her response lmao

CHAI IS THE HEBREW WORD FOR LIFE HOLY SHIT LOOK AT THE PICTURE IT SAYS #Hebrew THE WRITING IS IN HEBREW YA’LL ARE BEING PURPOSEFULLY IGNORANT TO SHAME A “WHITE” GIRL WHO ISN’T EVEN WHITE

    sirenlovesong:

    summer-tryst:

    rightfulqueenofwesteros:

    summer-tryst:

    White people will literally tattoo ANYTHING on their bodies. ABSOLUTELY. ANYTHING.

    why is she tattooing tea on her? did tea save her life? 

    I have this feeling that she doesn’t even know what chai means. Probably thought it was spiritual or something. I’m patiently waiting for her response lmao

    CHAI IS THE HEBREW WORD FOR LIFE HOLY SHIT LOOK AT THE PICTURE IT SAYS #Hebrew THE WRITING IS IN HEBREW YA’LL ARE BEING PURPOSEFULLY IGNORANT TO SHAME A “WHITE” GIRL WHO ISN’T EVEN WHITE

    (Source: autumn-tryst)

     
  8. 16:50

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    Reblogged from boosaris

    Tags: basically

    memoriasconsazon:

    i feel like every week i’m just like “i need to get through this week”

     
  9. 16:46

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    Reblogged from boosaris

    Tags: this post always makes me feel better

    Anonymous said: robot friend does not agree. 'failure' is inability to fulfill directive. human has no programmed directive. human evolutionary directive is to live. you are alive. everything else is bonus.

    roboticdreams:

    I’ve been saving this message in my inbox for a long time because it always makes me feel better. I needed it today. Thank you

     
  10. 12:23

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    Reblogged from deafreaperventus

    nicerobotfriend:

    i always see advice to artists from abled guys thats like “draw every day even on the days where you feel totally uninspired and like you cant even pick up a pencil” and i actually think that advice sucks and is terrible because some of us will spiral out of control into horrible depressive episodes if we force ourselves to draw on days where we feel terrible and end up with something less than spectacular so my advice to artists is “take breaks and love yourselves”

     
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  12. shojo:

    cumaeansibyl:

    nehirose:

    post-and-out:

    opalborn:

    intrepidcrow:

    queerlittlemermaid:

    carpeumbra:

    klay-ra:

    I’m just gonna start preaching this shit.

    By John Gever, Senior Editor, MedPage Today

    Published: April 30, 2012
    Reviewed by Zalman S. Agus, MD; Emeritus Professor, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

    A mysterious and troubling phenomenon called “visual snow” is a distinct syndrome that does not appear to stem from illicit drug use, a researcher said here. People with visual snow report seeing a mix of swimming dots, flying objects, and trailing shadow images that fill the visual field all the time.

    "…It is probably nothing more than an exaggerated type of normal visual function."

    Those with the disturbance “tend to be people who are very observant … people who are really hyperobservant of their world. There’s a real controversy as to how much of this is a heightened awareness of normal phenomena,” Friedman said.

    He said the visual-snow phenomenon centers on a disturbance described as similar to watching a grainy TV picture. Patients can still see real objects but with tiny black and white dots throughout the visual field.

    Another common aspect of the syndrome is that, when patients look at a clear blue sky, they see small white objects zooming around randomly.

    A third feature is that moving objects appear to leave trails behind them.

    Most but not all respondents saw the zooming white objects in the sky and the trails behind moving objects. More than half, but not necessarily the same half, reported a variety of other effects. These included halos and starbursts surrounding objects, floaters, poor night vision, photosensitivity, and colored swirls and waves when their eyes were closed.

    Those with the disturbance “tend to be people who are very observant … people who are really hyperobservant of their world. There’s a real controversy as to how much of this is a heightened awareness of normal phenomena,” Friedman said.

    She noted the prevalence of so-called entopic phenomena in Schankin’s sample — the floaters, zooming white objects, and images seen even with closed eyes. Such perceptions usually stem from retinal activation.

    "When we have entopic firing from our retina … if you look at the white wall and really focus on it with the right lighting, you can see it," she said. "It’s the same thing with afterimages. It’s normal to see afterimages."

    "Most of us pay no attention to it," Friedman continued. "But if you’re a really observant person, you start noticing it, and then you notice it all the time.”

    Schankin said that many of the patients were indeed “extremely high functioning.”

    I’m so glad this was finally validated.

    The doctors said visual snow was only when you saw snow/dots falling. That isn’t what I see. I have this. My weird-eye thing has a name now. I have no words.

    Oh. I totally thought this was just a normal eye thing. Apparently I have visual snow.

    I’ve spent a significant portion of my life trying to explain this phenomenon to my optometrists in an attempt to get rid of it.

    Wait everybody doesn’t see this all the time? OMG I thought this came standard.

    …yeah i didn’t realize that not everyone did that, either. huh. neat!

    I dunno about the “hyperobservant” part though because I have all of those symptoms and a lot of it has to do with how I’m so near-sighted that my retinas, being so misshapen, do all kinds of weird things with light processing (and also they have weak points so I have more bits of eye matter floating around in there)

    also if you start seeing more snow than usual it could be a sign of an impending retinal detachment so don’t just write it off as, like, extra specialness

    Wait, not everyone does this?? I always see them in certain angles of light. I even look for them on occasion. (That’s not a bad thing right?)

     
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    thefluffingtonpost:

Confused Bunny Thinks He’s a Cat
by Anna Washenko, FluffPo Correspondent
Carrot has spent so much time looking at cat videos online that he has started adopting several feline activities. Close friend Ryan Mars took him to the local clinic after frequently finding him curled up in bowls, vases, and boxes.
"It was really weird," Mars said. "Carrot would get himself into cat-like places and then be stuck. He’s a bunny after all, they’re not really known for being agile and flexible. So it seemed like he needed help, for his own safety.”
Behavioral psychologist Naima Patel said this scenario was an increasingly common experience among those who spent more than five hours a day looking at cat-related content.
"This is not an isolated case," she said. "I once had a goat in here trying to purr. That was a weird day."
Via James Pockele.

    thefluffingtonpost:

    Confused Bunny Thinks He’s a Cat

    by Anna Washenko, FluffPo Correspondent

    Carrot has spent so much time looking at cat videos online that he has started adopting several feline activities. Close friend Ryan Mars took him to the local clinic after frequently finding him curled up in bowls, vases, and boxes.

    "It was really weird," Mars said. "Carrot would get himself into cat-like places and then be stuck. He’s a bunny after all, they’re not really known for being agile and flexible. So it seemed like he needed help, for his own safety.”

    Behavioral psychologist Naima Patel said this scenario was an increasingly common experience among those who spent more than five hours a day looking at cat-related content.

    "This is not an isolated case," she said. "I once had a goat in here trying to purr. That was a weird day."

    Via James Pockele.

     
  14. aemxpuella:

    drtanner:

    feferipeixies:

    if i ever don’t reblog this assume i’m dead

    Remember that this game was supposed to be educational.

     
  15. 11:06

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    Reblogged from whyhellothere2001

    Tags: JOHN'S SHIRT I'M CRYIGN

    gracejo413:

    Stanford 4 lyfe