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June 19 2015

Anonymous asked: I started watching firefly after I heard about it in your videos. Netflix doesn't have season two, I'm sort of addicted where can I get season two? Literally can't find it anywhere :(
I started watching firefly after I heard about it... - Hank's Tumblr
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May 02 2015

  • my requirements for sleeping at night:

    is the pillow cool enough? are my legs positioned so they don't put too much weight on each other? are my arms tucked in nicely and not at odd angles? can I stop thinking about the day's events? is enough of my body out from under the blanket that I won't overheat? are my toes safely tucked in to hide them from monsters?

  • my requirements for sleeping in the morning:

    is the surface vaguely horizontal and not made entirely out of hornets

  • — via is that your judging face?
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    April 28 2015



    renamed my games accordingly

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    March 15 2015

    You hold that anger," Mistress Weatherwax said, as if reading all of her mind. "Cup it in your heart, remember where it came from, remember the shape of it, save it until you need it. But now the wolf is out there somewhere in the woods, and you need to see to the flock.
    — Terry Pratchett, A Hat Full of Sky (via theweefreewomen)
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    March 14 2015

    ""Your generation would probably ‘livetweet’ the apocalypse" you say, and you laugh
    You mean it as an insult, and I understand,
    Or you don’t
    because the word lies awkwardly on you tongue, stumbles as it leaves your lips, air quotes visible
    You meant it as an insult, so you don’t understand, when I look into your eyes and say “Yes”
    Because we would.
    It would be our duty, as citizens on this earth
    to document it’s end the best way we know
    and if that means a second by second update
    of the world going up in flames, or down in rain, or crushed under the feet of invading monsters
    so be it.
    It would mean a second by second update of
    “I love you”
    “I’m scared”
    “Are you all right?”
    “Stay close”
    “Be brave”
    It would mean a second by second update of the humanity’s connection with one another,
    Proof of empathy, love, and friendship between people who may have never met in the flesh.
    So don’t throw the word ‘Livetweet’ at me like a dagger, meant to tear at my ‘teenage superiority’
    Because if the citizens of Pompeii, before they were consumed by fire,
    had a chance to tell their friends and family throughout Rome
    “I love you”
    “I’m scared”
    “Don’t forget me”
    Don’t you think they’d have taken the chance?"

    — Sometimes it hurts when people scorn internet cultre (via herrsassyfras)

    Lady Amalthea: That Chick who Makes Porn
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    March 13 2015

    Whatever — the soup is getting cold.
    — Last sentence of a mathematical theorem in Leonardo da Vinci’s notebook, 1518 (x)
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    March 05 2015


    Auch der Umstand, dass Indizien für »Fremdeinwirkung«, also einen Mord, nicht gesucht, nicht gesichert, geschweige denn ausgewertet wurden, ist in den Ermittlungsakten nachzulesen. Man hat Nachforschungen unterlassen, die zum Standardprogramm einer Ermittlung zählen – normalerweise. So befand sich in dem ausgebrannten Auto das Handy, der Laptop und eine Videokamera von Florian Heilig. Man kann der Polizei und der leitenden Staatsanwaltschaft vieles zutrauen, nur eines ganz bestimmt nicht: die Bedeutung von Handy und Computer als Beweismittel zu unterschätzen. Selbstverständlich wissen sie darum. Bewegungsprofil, Funkzellenabfrage, Dateien, Fotos, E-Mailverkehr, IP-Adressen, Telefonnummern der Anrufenden – es gehört zu den Selbstverständlichkeiten einer Ermittlung im Todesfall, diese zu sichern und auszuwerten. Nichts findet man dazu in den Ermittlungsakten. Man hat die Beweismittel scheinbar achtlos im Auto liegenlassen.

    Auch über die Drohungen, die Florian Heilig von Neonazis erhielt, nachdem er sich entschieden hatte »auszusteigen«, hat man sich ausgeschwiegen. Nicht ein Satz, nicht eine Ermittlung widmet sich diesen.

    Florian Heilig war kein Lebensmüder, sondern ein ehemaliger Neonazi, der sich ab Mitte 2011 im Aussteigerprogramm »BIG Rex« des Landeskriminalamtes Baden-Württemberg befand. Florian Heilig plagte kein Liebeskummer, sondern die Angst, dass ihm als »Verräter« etwas zustoßen könnte. Das lag nicht nur nahe, es war bereits passiert. Ende 2011 wurde er von Neonazis in Heilbronn mit einem Messerstich in den Bauch verletzt. Gegenüber den Eltern machte er deutlich, wovor er wirklich Angst hatte: »Sie finden mich immer, wo immer ich bin.«

    All das wusste die Polizei, all das war dem Verfassungsschutz sehr präsent, denn viele der Neonazis, mit denen es Florian Heilig zu tun hatte, waren dem Geheimdienst sehr »vertraut« – wie zum Beispiel Nelly Rühle (NPD), Alexander Heinig (Blood & Honour), Alexander Neidlein (NPD) oder Marcus Frntic (Blood & Honour).

    So paradox es auf den ersten Blick erscheinen mag: Florian Heilig war nicht nur für Neonazis eine Gefahr. Er stellte zugleich eine große Gefahr für die bis heute aufrechterhaltene Version von Staatsanwaltschaft, Polizei und Verfassungsschutz dar, die da lautet: Wir hatten gemeinsam 13 Jahre keine Ahnung, keine heiße Spur, die uns zum NSU geführt hätte. Und wir wissen ganz genau, dass der NSU aus drei Mitgliedern bestand.

    04.03.2015: Zweifel an Polizeiversion (Tageszeitung junge Welt)
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    February 19 2015


    well he clearly knows enough

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    February 14 2015

    I have a special skill of feeling too much when I shouldn’t, and feeling nothing when I should.
    Hedonist Poet (via hedonistpoet)

    February 11 2015

    We have deluded ourselves into believing the myth that capitalism grew and prospered out of the Protestant ethic of hard work and sacrifices. Capitalism was built on the exploitation of black slaves and continues to thrive on the exploitation of the poor, both black and white, both here and abroad.
    — Martin Luther King Jr. (via quakertownsbutt)
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    January 23 2015



    i tried to play it. i tried to fucking play it but no you wont let me have this. is this some reverse psychology shit. have i been reverse rickrolled. what is the purpos

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    December 10 2014

    Oh, this is the episode those GIFs are from!
    —  everyone who starts watching a show because of tumblr (via twistdmentality)
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    December 03 2014

    Die Gefangenen unternahmen eine Reihe von Ausbruchversuchen, über die nach dem Krieg mehrere Bücher veröffentlicht wurden. Der mühsamste Versuch war ein bereits im Winter 1940 über neun Monate lang gegrabener Tunnel vom Glockenturm (Kellerhaus-Wendelstein) zum östlichen Zwingerbereich.[1] Dreißig Offiziere, unter ihnen Airey Neave gruben den Tunnel. Weil sie aber den Kompass falsch ablasen, irrten sie sich in der Richtung und statt ins Freie, gelangten sie in den Weinkeller des Kommandanten Oberst Prawitt. Dort tranken sie 137 Flaschen Wein aus, füllten sie mit ihrem Urin und legten diese damit gefüllten Flaschen wieder vor Ort in den Weinkeller.
    Oflag IV-C – Wikipedia
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    November 12 2014





    is there a word for “i’m okay but it’s a fragile kind of okay so be gentle with me”? 

    I nominate ‘I’m eggshell fine’. Currently whole but easily crushed again.

    spreading this around…let’s put it in the lingo, plz.  

    I really, really support this terminology.

    dia-de-mew: gothiccharmschool: ... - I'm an ass man
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    Expectation is the root of all heartache.
    — Shakespeare (via phuckindope)
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    November 03 2014


    So before you lament how terrible it is to ‘let them win’ by being silent, please stop and think of a better way to phrase “I want to live in a world where the victims of abuse campaigns have a winning move.” Don’t ask women to sacrifice their names, careers, and safety to the fantasy that life is fair.

    Telling women to be brave and speak up is telling them to face a violent horde unarmed. We don’t have an effective defense against these terror campaigns. We desperately need one. We’re going to follow up and see if we can develop any effective strategies.

    In the meantime, I’ve already painted the target on my back, so I might as well say it.

    Fuck GamerGate.

    Why We’re Not Talking About GamerGate

    October 12 2014

    We [nerds/hackers] are still behaving like the rebel alliance, but now we’re the Empire. ...[Our] deeply-rooted tolerance of terrible behavior [is] driv[ing] people away. ...Our ingrained sense of victimization has become a perverse justification for bullying. ...

    Our toleration of asshole behavior must end, and it’s such an integral part of nerd culture that nuking the entire thing from orbit is the only way to be sure.
    Why nerd culture must die « Pete Warden
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    September 26 2014

    Men’s rights activists don’t organize marches; they don’t build shelters or raise funds for abused men; they don’t organize prostate cancer-awareness events or campaign against prison rape. What they actually do, when they’re not simply carping in comments online, is target and harass women—from feminist writers and professors to activists—in an attempt to silence them.

    White Hot Rage (via cunicular)

    Wow this needs more notes.

    (via jabberjack)

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    — cofee porn
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    September 17 2014

    I wasn’t against communism, but i can’t say i was for it either. At first, i viewed it suspiciously, as some kind of white man’s concoction, until i read works by African revolutionaries and studied the African liberation movements. Revolutionaries in Africa understood that the question of African liberation was not just a question of race, that even if they managed to get rid of the white colonialists, if they didn’t rid themselves of the capitalistic economic structure, the white colonialists would simply be replaced by Black neocolonialists. There was not a single liberation movement in Africa that was not fighting for socialism. In fact, there was not a single liberation movement in the whole world that was fighting for capitalism. The whole thing boiled down to a simple equation: anything that has any kind of value is made, mined, grown, produced, and processed by working people. So why shouldn’t working people collectively own that wealth? Why shouldn’t working people own and control their own resources? Capitalism meant that rich businessmen owned the wealth, while socialism meant that the people who made the wealth owned it.
    — Assata Shakur, Assata: An Autobiography (via rs620)
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