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My name is Meghan, I'm 25 and I never want to be average.

I'm currently traveling the world.

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redditfront:

My friend’s misprinted fortune is kinda dark.

is this destiny

fadeintocase:

redditfront:

My friend’s misprinted fortune is kinda dark.

is this destiny

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Relearning how to spend time alone is getting out of work 1 hour early and going shopping. Trying on a million things and buying nothing and then getting a back massage at the Chinese massage place in the shopping center. Then telling no one and pretending you had a regular day at work.

theclotheshorse:

Kim Mclane By Nicole Bentley For Marie Claire Australia November 2014

"Realize that anyone who tries to put you down about your appearance is assuming that it is your job to please them visually. Once you realize that it isn’t your job to be visually pleasing to anyone, ever, it becomes very hard for anyone to make you feel bad about yourself."

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AFUCKINGMEN.

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gracefully-found:

crydaisy:

Oh cool a sKY DEMON AWAKENS

This is one of the coolest pictures I have ever seen.

gracefully-found:

crydaisy:

Oh cool a sKY DEMON AWAKENS

This is one of the coolest pictures I have ever seen.

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Conservative fears of nonexistent or overblown boogeymen — Saddam’s WMD, Shariah law, voter fraud, Obama’s radical anti-colonial mind-set, Benghazi, etc. — make it hard not to see conservatism’s prudent risk avoidance as having morphed into a state of near permanent paranoia, especially fueled by recurrent “moral panics,” a sociological phenomenon in which a group of “social entrepreneurs” whips up hysterical fears over a group of relatively powerless “folk devils” who are supposedly threatening the whole social order…

Consider the recent wave of hysteria over Central American children turning themselves in at the border. There were the hordes of angry demonstrators protesting busloads of children, like it was Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1957. There was the congressman/doctor Phil Gingrey’s warning letter to the CDC, claiming that the children might be carrying the Ebola virus — a disease unknown outside Sub-Saharan Africa. There was the ludicrous myth of the “$50 million illegal alien resort spa.” But above all there was the most basic, fundamental fact that the children were turning themselves in at the border — it was anything but a failure of border protection, although that’s what the right-wing hysteria portrayed it as.

Put simply, none of what conservatives have been doing in the recent “border crisis” moral panic makes any sense in terms of pragmatic problem-solving. But it all makes perfect sense in terms of expressively defending a threatened group identity — and that is very much in line with what researchers have found to be the defining characteristics of conservatism.

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jasonporath:

Holy shit. Be forewarned: this article is a walk on the dark side. Lot of grim stuff described therein.

(thanks to Laurie Scott for sending this in!)

So fucking cool

maya47000:

Time for reflection by Laurie Hernandez

maya47000:

Time for reflection by Laurie Hernandez

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”The best way to get to know a city is to count up how much change you have in your pocket and take the subway as far as that amount gets you.” David Bowie on traveling in Japan
”The best way to get to know a city is to count up how much change you have in your pocket and take the subway as far as that amount gets you.” David Bowie on traveling in Japan

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his-submissive-girl:

I want to buy one of these maps and scratch off every place with you.

his-submissive-girl:

I want to buy one of these maps and scratch off every place with you.

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