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khaleesikaty:

So there’s this game, Rust, on Steam that looks really interesting and I was just looking at the reviews for it and

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This is the best review I have ever read.

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I was a cheerleader, a princess and a warrior.

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lola-pastel:

I think I laughed more than I should of at this

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battery-operated-toy:

Understanding male entitlement, Daria style

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carnivaloftherandom:

saintdeanthomas:

If you aren’t reading Sex Criminals, then I have two questions: …why do you hate fun and when did you decide to not love yourself?

Co-sign. This comic makes me HAPPY.

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"Even if we’re married for 23 years,
I still want you to flirt with me."

- A novel written by me. (via princessariel2323)

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lisbongrrrl:

everyday struggle.

lisbongrrrl:

everyday struggle.

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theinnkeeperlibrarian:

leepacey:

a restaurant in my hometown got a review that said the servers should “show some skin” so the owner added a potato skin special to the menu and all the proceeds from the special go to the west virginia foundation for rape information services (x)

That’s exactly the appropriate response.

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alexsteeles:

"your generation is too reliant on technology" my grandpa says. "no YOUR generation is too reliant on technology" i retort, pulling the plug on his life support to further prove my point.

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"How could the Palestinians be “genuine partners” in peace talks when they have no country? But how could they have a country when it was taken from them? The Palestinians were never given any choice other than unconditional surrender. All they were offered was death. In the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the actions of the Israelis are considered legitimate retaliation (even if their attacks do seem disproportionate), whereas the actions of the Palestinians are without fail treated as terrorist crimes. And the death of a Palestinian has neither the same interest nor the same impact as the death of an Israeli.
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Today Israel is conducting an experiment. It has invented a model of repression that, once adapted, will profit other countries. There is great continuity in Israeli politics. Israel believes that the U.N. resolutions verbally condemning Israel in fact put it in the right. Israel has transformed the invitation to leave the occupied territories into the right to establish colonies there. It thinks sending an international peace-keeping force into Southern Lebanon is an excellent idea… provided that this force, in the place of Israeli forces, transforms the region into a police zone, a desert of security. This conflict is a curious kind of blackmail, from which the whole world will never escape unless we lobby for the Palestinians to be recognized for what they are: “genuine partners” in peace talks. They are indeed at war, in a war they did not choose."

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Gilles Deleuze - Two Regimes of Madness (via monakareem)

This was written in 1978

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subaquaticartisan:

Some tweets calling Ubisoft out on their bullshit.

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Very cool if this kind of thing does end up becoming reality in the future…. although I’d hate to think of the decisions you’d make while drunk

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penerasespaper:

comic i drew for the guardian uk’s G2 section about young people in australia’s attitude to politics. the editorial team asked four cartoonists from around the world to draw something about an issue facing the youth of their country. sumit drew from india, sofia niazi from the uk, and the waraq collective from lebananon drew for it also, it’s worth a look click here if u want to see the other pieces.