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angels-reverie:

Reblogging important information!

Please go straight to the main post (aka check my blog) to check for updates since what you see in my reblogs might be old information by the time it gets to you, as I update all the time.
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mom: hey *dad’s name* oh whoops i mean *brother’s name* oh no *sister’s name* i mean *name of the family goldfish* ah shoot i meant *your name* can you get down here really quick i need something

my dad has literally called me by his own name. 

my mother has called me our cats name who has been dead for five years

multiple times

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phoenix5power:

This actually made me fucking cry.

Twenty-one million people with disabilities did not vote,” said [Christopher] Dodd. “That made the disabled communities the single largest demographic group of nonvoters in the United States of America. At that time, only 16 percent of polling places were physically accessible. And not one, not one of the nearly 500 polling locations which the General Accounting Office (GAO) visited on Election Day in 2000, had special ballots adapted for blind voters.

Improving the Voting Experience in America

My polling place is not accessible (the line to vote goes up an enormous staircase), so I have to use the “special” accommodations instead of voting like everyone else. 

But if I didn’t know about that option, I would’ve just turned away. And what about all the people that don’t consider themselves disabled and wouldn’t ask for accommodations but also can’t stand in line for HOURS at a time, either because of their knees or their hearts or their kids or their jobs? 

Not to mention these absurd “voter ID” laws that require people of color, poor people, old people, students, and disabled people - disproportionately - to stand in line at the DMV for hours on end just for the “privilege” <ahem shouldn’t it be a right> to vote.

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Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn’t it? It makes you so vulnerable. It opens your chest and it opens up your heart and it means that someone can get inside you and mess you up. You build up all these defenses, you build up a whole suit of armor, so that nothing can hurt you, then one stupid person, no different from any other stupid person, wanders into your stupid life…You give them a piece of you. They didn’t ask for it. They did something dumb one day, like smile at you, and then your life isn’t your own anymore. Love takes hostages. It gets inside you. It eats you out and leaves you crying in the darkness, so simple a phrase like ‘maybe we should be just friends’ turns into a glass splinter working its way into your heart. It hurts. Not just in the imagination. Not just in the mind. It’s a soul-hurt, a real gets-inside-you-and-rips-you-apart pain. I hate love.

Neil Gaiman  (via cybergirlfriend)

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I’ve started picking a flower
for every day you do not love me back.
It’s almost therapeutic, to kill and die at the same time.
I’m emptying out with every he-loves-me-not;
it’s been a while since I’ve felt so un-full.
The scent of lavender follows me everywhere now
and people are asking after my new shampoo –
they don’t realize I scrub myself raw
every morning with my loneliness.
Father never told me love makes you so undone.

I remember the day the mirrors cracked
beneath my sorrow, and I wonder if his bones are breaking
like mine –
I’m trying to tell him I’ve stumbled into love
with the way he holds her hand and how
his eyes change color in the daytime. I’ve seen them
all the shades of autumn
and grief.
He has started leaking sunlight.

Rivers look like cradles more and more every day –
I’m making my bed every morning
with the intention of never coming back.
The willow tree on the bank dips its toes in the water,
as do I, and I feel a fantastic belonging.
I spelled out “I love you” in rose petals,
then let them wash away.

I have never felt so quenched
or so cold.

Drowning Ophelia | d.a.s - backshelfpoet (via perfect)

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Never let your fear decide your future.

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elindigenazi:

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gadaboutgreen:

did-you-kno:

Source

Uh duh.

What was that?

POCS were thriving and had expansive civilizations BEFORE white people came,colonized everything, and “discovered them”?

Oh…

Go read the source article. And if you haven’t, go read “1491” by Charles Mann. Indigenous people in the Amazon actually found a way to farm that instead of wearing out the soil, actually IMPROVED it with extensive farming. It’s called terra preta and no one has been able to replicate it (not even living indigenous people), and if it were to become replicable it could have enormous impact on agriculture worldwide. #indigenoustechftw

Charles Mann states that for a long time (and still today) outsiders have thought of Amazonian Indian people as “remnants” of the most “primitive” state of humanity, when in fact evidence increasingly points to the idea that modern Amazonian indigenous ways of life are the result of massive upheaval in the face colonizing disease, warfare, land theft, and general genocide. That, effectively, modern Amazonian indigenous people are living in the aftermath of what probably looked a lot like an apocalypse to them.

Which, well, no duh. 

are you sure it wasn’t some alien technology that let them farm sustainably before the White Men came & showed them how to civilised?

White people theworld didnt start with your invasion

I also read that the Amazon is just a giant garden. In other words, IT’S MAN MADE!!!! THE PEOPLE CREATED A STABLE ECOSYSTEM!!!! THEY WERE FUCKING GENIUSES. Read it here and here

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kiraeros:

gettingahealthybody:

Life Hacks, fitness edition

"Lower pain pain"

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byebyebones:

pattinsin:

i actually have a fashion taste that is completly different from what i actually wear but i dont have enough confidence to wear what i really want to wear

THIS THIS AND THIS PLUS NO MONEY

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sassyfitblog:

7 Ways to Reach Your Goals & Not Give Up

This can apply to fitness, health, work or just life in general.

  1. Take a Shot - Nothing tried, nothing done. Every day holds a new opportunity.
  2. Be Realistic - If you set unrealistic goals for yourself, you may be setting yourself up for failure.
  3. Stay Strong -  Stick with it. It will get better.
  4. Keep on Target - If you don’t see a change, try a new approach.
  5. Persist - No one said it was going to be easy. Keep going.
  6. Don’t Doubt - It will be worth it.
  7. Push Yourself - Don’t give up. You’re almost there.

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starksmash:

OMG REBLOG THIS & LOOK AT UR BLOG ITS COMPLETELY DIFERENT

Me

iM  CHIR YING BC THE WAY IT LOOKS ON YOUR BLOG SEND HELP

oh my

i dunt see it

EDIT***:

WHATTHE HELL.

WHAT THE WHAT

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prettyarbitrary:

Okay, I know at least two people who’ve recently lost all their work due to assorted types of shenanigans. So I’m reblogging this: how to back up your data.

prettyarbitrary:

A bunch of you folks are creators too—of art, writing, videos, music, photography—and I…

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