10 9 / 2014

me all day every day

me all day every day

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04 6 / 2014

keepseekingknowledge:

eastcoastecho:

akosiola:

Eve Ft.Gwen Stefani-Let Me Blow Ya Mind

I just really like this song.

OMG THIS WAS MY JAAAAMMMM BACK IN THE DAY.

03 6 / 2014

(Source: scarfydog, via drmanaspumpkin)

29 5 / 2014

Although Andrew Jackson was a war hero, a champion of the common man, and a popular president, his shameful treatment of slaves and Native Americans should disqualify him from being on the $20 bill.

While leading troops against Native Americans, Jackson favored killing women and children after massacres to eliminate future threats. As a prosperous slave owner, he sympathized with those who wanted tribal land for cotton production. As President, he passed the Indian Removal Act and initiated the forced removal we now call the Trail of Tears. When the Supreme Court sided with the Cherokee, Jackson became the only president to openly defy a Supreme Court ruling.

Even by the standards of his time, he was vindictive and dishonorable. Certainly, we can find a better role model than Jackson!

Sign the petition here

They need 98,198 more signatures by June 15th!!

27 5 / 2014

coolchicksfromhistory:

Google Doodle celebrating the birthday of marine biologist and conservationist Rachel Carson (1907-1964).  
Rachel began her career at the US Bureau of Fisheries before turning to nature writing.  Her fourth book, Silent Spring (1962), documented the effects of pesticides such as DDT on the environment.  The book inspired a grassroots movement to protect the environment that led to the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1970.  The EPA banned agricultural use of DDT in 1972.
In 1980, President Jimmy Carter posthumously awarded Rachel the Presidential Medal of Freedom, saying:

Never silent herself in the face of destructive trends, Rachel Carson fed a spring of awareness across America and beyond. A biologist with a gentle, clear voice, she welcomed her audiences to her love of the sea, while with an equally clear determined voice she warned Americans of the dangers human beings themselves pose for their own environment. Always concerned, always eloquent, she created a tide of environmental consciousness that has not ebbed.

coolchicksfromhistory:

Google Doodle celebrating the birthday of marine biologist and conservationist Rachel Carson (1907-1964).  

Rachel began her career at the US Bureau of Fisheries before turning to nature writing.  Her fourth book, Silent Spring (1962), documented the effects of pesticides such as DDT on the environment.  The book inspired a grassroots movement to protect the environment that led to the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1970.  The EPA banned agricultural use of DDT in 1972.

In 1980, President Jimmy Carter posthumously awarded Rachel the Presidential Medal of Freedom, saying:

Never silent herself in the face of destructive trends, Rachel Carson fed a spring of awareness across America and beyond. A biologist with a gentle, clear voice, she welcomed her audiences to her love of the sea, while with an equally clear determined voice she warned Americans of the dangers human beings themselves pose for their own environment. Always concerned, always eloquent, she created a tide of environmental consciousness that has not ebbed.

27 5 / 2014

optimistic-host:

TRANS* REPRESENTATION: A MASTER CLASS FROM LAURA JANE GRACE

(via kissingcullens)

17 5 / 2014

sailingonsuccess said: Don't glorify obesity

monicalewinsky1996:

Don’t glorify being an ugly 14 year old jar of expired mayonnaise.

17 5 / 2014

eyecandyandlust:

Why am I laughing so hard

eyecandyandlust:

Why am I laughing so hard

(Source: little-red-robin-hood, via keepseekingknowledge)

17 5 / 2014

glory-to-cobrastan:

shabangles:

When I start to get emotional I immediately think “I’m so gay” and this is because straight people actually don’t have emotions

this is false and heterophobic. straight people have a panorama of emotions including:

  • outrage
  • jealousy
  • Situational Benevolence (aka “don’t fight hate w/ hate”)
  • sports
  • umami, the “Fifth Emotion”
  • TGIF

(via drmanaspumpkin)

16 5 / 2014

cute-bird-dad:

i think we all have that one piece of media we like that’s basically “i love this thing, but i dont think everyone should watch this thing and would not categorically recommend it to other people i know, this thing has a lot of problems and i am the first person you should ask…