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beanarie:

amindamazed:

[8-piece gifset of Sherlock presenting/pelting Watson with clothes from her closet while she’s still in bed, 2 each from 1x14, 1x19, 2x18, 2x19]

sanguinarysanguinity: joan has a crime-solving valet, and, sherlock didn’t have enough dolls as a kid

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"I dunno, just laying face down on the couch and waiting for some baby boomers to die, I guess"

— Millennials, when asked about plans for the future (via alwaysfaithfulterriblelizard)

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palaeophis:

ensure to gently pat dry your noodle after washing

palaeophis:

ensure to gently pat dry your noodle after washing

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itswalky:

rosalarian:

rosalarian:

When I say people want to see more diversity in stories, no, I really don’t mean different stories about straight white dudes. I really, really don’t mean that at all. This isn’t about types of stories being told. This is specifically about people. I’m not letting you make this about something else. You are not hijacking this message to make sure we’re still talking about straight white dudes.

The saga continues:

This made me actually sputter with frustration. Saliva exited my mouth. Why do you think your opinion SHOULD matter on this subject? Why should your opinion be given the same weight over people who are actually living these experiences? Especially when my original point was about how minorities rarely get to tell their own stories. I’ve been really patient with him but he’s taken up way too much of my time and he’s still missing the point like he’s trying to actively avoid it.

I JUST WANT TO SMOOSH HIS FACE

and hear we see the clueless dickbag in his natural habitat: twitter

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my prof asked the class if they knew what a seder was and like seven people said no

???

edit: his explanation was thorough and historical but not super respectful, in that sort of “bemused agnostic scholar” way

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rj-anderson:

fourteenery:

theanalyzersfanfics:

animonde:

 Take an exclusive look at Dreamwork’s ‘HOME’ characters 
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A comedy sci-fi film with a woman of color as the lead!

OH LOOK AT HOW CUTE SHE IS.

OK, here is what you need to know:
This movie, which may or may not be any good, is based on a book which is fantastically good. It’s called THE TRUE MEANING OF SMEKDAY, by Adam Rex, and not only does it feature a cross-continental road trip in a flying car by a dynamic eleven-year-old heroine of colour named Gratuity (her friends call her Tip), a cat named Pig, and the most loveable alien you will ever meet, it’s got a diverse supporting cast, makes some smart and pointed commentary about ageism, sexism, racism, and the treatment of indigenous peoples, is magnificently funny and moreover has some great comics in it.
It also makes a GREAT readaloud. I could do J.Lo (the alien)’s voice all day. But enough of my blather, let Tip and J.Lo tell you themselves:
10 Reasons to Read The True Meaning of Smekday
All I know about the movie so far is that they have changed J.Lo’s name to Oh (presumably because Jennifer Lopez is no longer a current cultural reference), given him some weird curlycues on his head and taken the ponytails out of Gratuity’s hair. Having seen the prequel, I fear I am not optimistic about this movie doing any justice to the book… but if it gets some people to read the book, that will be a Good Thing.

why would you change his name when JENNIFER LOPEZ IS IN THE VOICE CAST????

rj-anderson:

fourteenery:

theanalyzersfanfics:

animonde:

Take an exclusive look at Dreamwork’s ‘HOME’ characters

Please, join our community on Facebook and Twitter

A comedy sci-fi film with a woman of color as the lead!

OH LOOK AT HOW CUTE SHE IS.

OK, here is what you need to know:

This movie, which may or may not be any good, is based on a book which is fantastically good. It’s called THE TRUE MEANING OF SMEKDAY, by Adam Rex, and not only does it feature a cross-continental road trip in a flying car by a dynamic eleven-year-old heroine of colour named Gratuity (her friends call her Tip), a cat named Pig, and the most loveable alien you will ever meet, it’s got a diverse supporting cast, makes some smart and pointed commentary about ageism, sexism, racism, and the treatment of indigenous peoples, is magnificently funny and moreover has some great comics in it.

It also makes a GREAT readaloud. I could do J.Lo (the alien)’s voice all day. But enough of my blather, let Tip and J.Lo tell you themselves:

10 Reasons to Read The True Meaning of Smekday

All I know about the movie so far is that they have changed J.Lo’s name to Oh (presumably because Jennifer Lopez is no longer a current cultural reference), given him some weird curlycues on his head and taken the ponytails out of Gratuity’s hair. Having seen the prequel, I fear I am not optimistic about this movie doing any justice to the book… but if it gets some people to read the book, that will be a Good Thing.

why would you change his name when JENNIFER LOPEZ IS IN THE VOICE CAST????

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"You do not want to live without a brainstem. Actually. You cannot live without a brainstem."

— Enriqueta

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gunpowderandspark:

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Now in Theaters and IMAX.

I haven’t seen the movie yet but if this isn’t how this scene goes I’m going to be pissed.

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fauxmosexualtranstrender:

swanjolras:

out of all the aspects of millennial-bashing, i think the one that most confuses me is the “millennials all got trophies as a kid, so now they’re all self-centered narcissists” theory

like— kids are pretty smart, y’all. they can see that every kid on the team gets a trophy and is told they did a good job; they can also see that not every kid on the team deserves a trophy, and not everyone did do a good job

the logical conclusion to draw from this is not “i’m great and i deserve praise”— it’s “no matter how mediocre i am, people will still praise me to make me feel better, so i can’t trust any compliments or accolades i receive”

this is not a recipe for overconfidence and narcissism. it is a recipe for constant self-guessing, low self-esteem, and a distrust of one’s own abilities and skills.

where did this whole “ugh millennials think their so-so work is super great” thing even come from it is a goddamn mystery

my undergraduate thesis won a very competitive award (definitely not a “participation” type thing) and i still tell most people my undergraduate thesis is garbage

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if it was down to me to save your life, would you trust me to do it?

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readerwriterdancer:

One time, the Queen of England decided to knight a loyal member of her country who happened to be Jewish. 

This man knew that knights were supposed to say something in Latin as the Queen knighted them, but didn’t remember the line, so he quickly said “ma nishtana halaila hazeh micol haleilot”

This, of course, confused the Queen, who turned to her advisor and asked “Why is this knight different from all other knights?”

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「先生、愛してます」
↬「sensei, aishitemasu」

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medievalpoc:

lawd-knows:

5centsapound:

Terrance Houle: Urban Indian Series (2004), 

Born December 9, 1975, in Calgary. Lives and works in Calgary. In a practice that ranges from performance to photography to film and video works, Blackfoot artist Terrance Houle remakes the troubled history of colonialism and First Nations identity with a roguish wit and punk-rock edge. His strategy matches self-deprecating humour with an uneasy undertone; the results cut away at both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal notions of an urban Indian status quo. In his Urban Indian Series (2004), Houle is pictured grocery shopping, working in an office cubicle and riding public transit—all in elaborate powwow regalia.

In the performance video Friend or Foe (2010–11), he plays off cultural and historical gaps in communication while dressed in a loincloth and communicating by sign language.

turn up

Contemporary Art Week!

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