Funeral For A Dead Stuffed Animal

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breanieswordvomit:

Villain from a Dickens novel

(Source: drunkonstephen, via dion-thesocialist)


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timseriladashmimeni:

invaderxan:

Take the nerd power back!

Rachel Edidin, editor of Dark Horse Comics staged a revolution to try and usurp the so-called “idiot nerd girl” meme. I find this delightful.

YES THANK YOU THIS IS SO GOOD!

im an idiot nerd girl and i dont even give a shit ok, im perfect.

(via scootmccutes)


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Therapy (continued)

Thanks for all of the support, y’all! I really just don’t want to do therapy, because I don’t like thinking about the assault or talking about it. I don’t know, maybe I can find somebody in the area that does EMDR therapy - anybody have any experience with it?


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anarcho-queer:

Cops: U.S. Law Should Require Logs of Your Texts
AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and other wireless providers would be required to capture and store Americans’ confidential text messages, according to a proposal that will be presented to a congressional panel last week.
The law enforcement proposal would require wireless providers to record and store customers’ SMS messages — a controversial idea similar to requiring them to secretly record audio of their customers’ phone calls — in case police decide to obtain them at some point in the future.
They had asked that an SMS retention requirement be glued onto any new law designed to update the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act for the cloud computing era.
The hearing is designed to evaluate how ECPA should be upgraded. CNET reported that the Justice Department is proposing that any ECPA changes expand government surveillance powers over e-mail messages, Twitter direct messages, and Facebook direct messages in some ways, while limiting it in others. A Google representative is also testifying.
The Justice Department under President Obama has publicly called for new laws requiring Internet service providers to record data about their customers, and a House panel approved such a requirement in 2011.
Related: FBI To Make Surveillance of Emails And Online Chats A “Top Priority” In 2013

anarcho-queer:

Cops: U.S. Law Should Require Logs of Your Texts

AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and other wireless providers would be required to capture and store Americans’ confidential text messages, according to a proposal that will be presented to a congressional panel last week.

The law enforcement proposal would require wireless providers to record and store customers’ SMS messages — a controversial idea similar to requiring them to secretly record audio of their customers’ phone calls — in case police decide to obtain them at some point in the future.

They had asked that an SMS retention requirement be glued onto any new law designed to update the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act for the cloud computing era.

The hearing is designed to evaluate how ECPA should be upgraded. CNET reported that the Justice Department is proposing that any ECPA changes expand government surveillance powers over e-mail messages, Twitter direct messages, and Facebook direct messages in some ways, while limiting it in others. A Google representative is also testifying.

The Justice Department under President Obama has publicly called for new laws requiring Internet service providers to record data about their customers, and a House panel approved such a requirement in 2011.

Related: FBI To Make Surveillance of Emails And Online Chats A “Top Priority” In 2013

(via generalbriefing)


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Therapy

How do you know when you need to go?

I have PTSD, but really, really don’t want to go. My medicine is helping with the symptoms, but I don’t want to be medicated forever. Ideally, I’d like to just be able to let go of shit and move forward with my life (without having to do therapy).


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projectunbreakable:

Submissions sent into projectunbreakablesubmissions@gmail.com from Central Michigan University, taken March 19th.

I kind of want to submit my own pic for this, but my trauma is still just so personal to me… thanks to everybody who is participating in this and sharing.

(via neil-gaiman)


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d-aisychild:

shouting-undermybreath:

bon—bloody-jour:

arabbitateyoursock:

stfuconservatives:

theghostofyourliess:

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Prime Minister of Australia kicking ass and taking names (mostly Tony Abbott’s.

Easily one of my favorite moments of 2012.

slow clap

i dont even like her but this was awesome 

the best is him going “oh come on” in the last one

(Source: splintmail, via holeinmyskull)


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What if you never had to endure the buyer’s remorse of abandoning a book and wishing you could get back the dollars you spent on a disappointing read? What if, instead, you only had to pay for the pages you actually read?

Total BooX, a publishing startup out of Tel Aviv, is attempting to give you the option. The company, set to launch later this month, offers users free access to all the ebooks in their digital warehouse (the collection currently exceeds 10,000) and charges proportionally. If you only read 10% of the book, you pay 10% of the list price.
Should EBooks Be Pay-As-You-Go? (via bookriot)

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ladonnapietra:

angellyfish:

wailingbeansidhe:

aka14kgold:

coolguyhat:

So Lou Ferigno, aka the guy who played The Hulk until The Avenger’s movie, decided to prove he’s better than pastors.

How much do I love that he calculated the 110% pre-tax? I don’t know why, but that absolutely tickles me silly.

Lou Fucking Ferigno. I always liked him.

Well this doesn’t make me angry at all (and that’s good, because you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry).
Although someone did point out his name is spelled wrong, so possibly fake?

Even if it is fake (which I’m pretty sure it is, given that I can’t find it anywhere other than Tumblr), there’s something rather telling in that whoever put it together figured that people would buy Ferrigno tipping 110%.

ladonnapietra:

angellyfish:

wailingbeansidhe:

aka14kgold:

coolguyhat:

So Lou Ferigno, aka the guy who played The Hulk until The Avenger’s movie, decided to prove he’s better than pastors.

How much do I love that he calculated the 110% pre-tax? I don’t know why, but that absolutely tickles me silly.

Lou Fucking Ferigno. I always liked him.

Well this doesn’t make me angry at all (and that’s good, because you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry).


Although someone did point out his name is spelled wrong, so possibly fake?

Even if it is fake (which I’m pretty sure it is, given that I can’t find it anywhere other than Tumblr), there’s something rather telling in that whoever put it together figured that people would buy Ferrigno tipping 110%.