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so i know i’ve been quiet on the topic of gaza, it is really because i am super fucking triggered by it. i’m READING a lot but not REBLOGGING. 

but pictures of protests on palestine’s behalf are actually helpful for me emotionally so thats why i’m reblogging those

anyway i just wanted to say that

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Shirley Mallmann at John Galliano Fall Winter 1997

wedding looks. i can’t wait to get married and divorced 6 times

langsettte:

Shirley Mallmann at John Galliano Fall Winter 1997

wedding looks. i can’t wait to get married and divorced 6 times

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Crimson Sky Aquascape by John Findley

fuck-yeah-aquascaping:

Crimson Sky Aquascape by John Findley

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sexhaver:

anonymousmilitant:

Israel targets journalist offices, then accuses Hamas of using journalists as human shields.

Israel is trying desperately to get rid of international press covering its war crimes in Gaza.

people support Israel, like, actual, real-life people with allegedly functioning critical thinking skills

I support Israel.

Israelis support Israel.

Christians support Israel.

Americans support Israel.

in the post directly under this one on your blog you talk about how much of a badass Andrew Jackson was for systematically eradicating Native Americans so at least you’re logically consistent in your genocide-supporting

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Sunhat girl

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Sunhat girl

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gadaboutgreen:

scienceyoucanlove:




How many women can you guess? Do you remember/know what each one of them did/discovered?
Once you make your guess, head over to All Science, All the Time to see if you were right:http://ow.ly/pXjrG






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Oh wow, that’s AN AWESOME LIST OF WHITE WOMEN SCIENTISTS! But how could you forget:
Asima Chatterjee: The awesome Indian woman who help discover drugs we use to treat cancer, malaria, and epilepsy!ORChien-Shiung Wu: THE FIRST LADY OF PHYSICS?! OR WHADDABOUTEllen Ochoa: The first Latina in SPACE! AND the First Latina Director of the Johnson Space Center.Oo, and don’t forget!!Flossie Wong-Staal: The woman that successfully map HIV and pave the way to prove that HIV causes AIDS. GURL!Mae Jemison: First Black woman IN SPACE!!! And worked the first flight into space after the Challenger Accident.But don’t stop!Patricia Bath: The First Black woman doctor awarded a patent for a medical device: a laser that removes cataracts! (Fancy that!)AND THE BOSSEST!Shirley Ann Jackson: The first Black woman to earn a PhD from MIT in nuclear physics.
Hot damn! Women of Color in Science!!! 

reblogging solely for the criticisms and shade.

I’m fucking cackling

pussyharvest:

jesuswithalacefront:

gadaboutgreen:

scienceyoucanlove:

How many women can you guess? Do you remember/know what each one of them did/discovered?

Once you make your guess, head over to All Science, All the Time to see if you were right:http://ow.ly/pXjrG

Oh wow, that’s AN AWESOME LIST OF WHITE WOMEN SCIENTISTS! But how could you forget:

Asima Chatterjee: The awesome Indian woman who help discover drugs we use to treat cancer, malaria, and epilepsy!

OR

Chien-Shiung Wu: THE FIRST LADY OF PHYSICS?! 

OR WHADDABOUT

Ellen Ochoa: The first Latina in SPACE! AND the First Latina Director of the Johnson Space Center.

Oo, and don’t forget!!

Flossie Wong-Staal: The woman that successfully map HIV and pave the way to prove that HIV causes AIDS. 

GURL!

Mae Jemison: First Black woman IN SPACE!!! And worked the first flight into space after the Challenger Accident.

But don’t stop!

Patricia Bath: The First Black woman doctor awarded a patent for a medical device: a laser that removes cataracts! (Fancy that!)

AND THE BOSSEST!

Shirley Ann Jackson: The first Black woman to earn a PhD from MIT in nuclear physics.

Hot damn! Women of Color in Science!!! 

reblogging solely for the criticisms and shade.

I’m fucking cackling

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I took him from there but he kept going back

julessonoferis:

I took him from there but he kept going back

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ohawkguy:

the notebook problem: you see a notebook. you want to buy the notebook. but you know you have like TEN OTHER NOTEBOOKS. most which are STILL EMPTY. you don’t need to notebook. you’re probably not gonna use the notebook anyway. what’s the point? DONT BUY THE NOTEBOOK. you buy the notebook.

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On music.

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famouswomeninhistory:

Edmonia Lewis
This woman paved the way for African Americans through art. She was the first identified African American sculpter. She shocked those who believed that African American’s didn’t have the capacity for such intelligence and artistic capabilities. She combined perspective, talent, and emotion. She also insisted on making sculptures of those who were her heros. Black abolitionists and courageous women like Cleopatra.
After being accused of poisoning white women and stealing supplies for her art, Edmonia moved east to Europe. She first went to Florence where she was welcomed by Hiram Powers, America’s most famous sculptor. After Florence she made her way to Rome where she worked with other famous women sculptors of the time.
Her masterwork was The Death of Cleopatra, a striking portrayal of Cleopatra after she was bitten by her asp. It gave Edmonia both acclaim and controversy for showing Cleopatra in such in intimate way. This was atypical of the often portrayed beauty and strength. 

she was also basically the first widely recognized Native American woman sculptor. her father was Haitian and her mother was African American and Mississauga Ojibwe. 

nitanahkohe:

famouswomeninhistory:

Edmonia Lewis

This woman paved the way for African Americans through art. She was the first identified African American sculpter. She shocked those who believed that African American’s didn’t have the capacity for such intelligence and artistic capabilities. She combined perspective, talent, and emotion. She also insisted on making sculptures of those who were her heros. Black abolitionists and courageous women like Cleopatra.

After being accused of poisoning white women and stealing supplies for her art, Edmonia moved east to Europe. She first went to Florence where she was welcomed by Hiram Powers, America’s most famous sculptor. After Florence she made her way to Rome where she worked with other famous women sculptors of the time.

Her masterwork was The Death of Cleopatra, a striking portrayal of Cleopatra after she was bitten by her asp. It gave Edmonia both acclaim and controversy for showing Cleopatra in such in intimate way. This was atypical of the often portrayed beauty and strength. 

she was also basically the first widely recognized Native American woman sculptor. her father was Haitian and her mother was African American and Mississauga Ojibwe. 

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giannis-antetokounmpo:

NYTimes changes “Four Young Boys Killed Playing on Gaza Beach” headline to obfuscatory “Boys Drawn to Gaza Beach, and Into Center of Mideast Strife”

What did I say about The New York Times’ being trash?

yungmethuselah:

giannis-antetokounmpo:

NYTimes changes “Four Young Boys Killed Playing on Gaza Beach” headline to obfuscatory “Boys Drawn to Gaza Beach, and Into Center of Mideast Strife”

What did I say about The New York Times’ being trash?

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Hey Amanda (And poop), 
Thanks for watching, it’s much appreciated! As for your question, it really depends on what you’re looking for; Design works? or Animation? or storyboards from the show? Thankfully, Gainax never held back on sharing their gifts w/ the public (at a price of course, lol).The FLCL Design works book I purchased back in 1999 (along w/ the original subbed japanese dvds) has character designs, prop designs, mechs, concepts and photos only. It should look like this:
But you may be hard pressed to find this version. They have since reprinted the design works a few years ago and it looks like this:
If it’s animation you’re into instead, you can get the Groundworks of FLCL book, which features key frames and layouts from the ova:

And lastly, if you’re into directing, you can get the storyboards for FLCL. 
This booklet contains storyboards for all 6 FLCL OVAS, at close to 900 pgs of storyboard goodness. O__O.
You can get books like these at http://www.animebooks.com
hope that helps! :)L

leseanthomas:

Hey Amanda (And poop), 

Thanks for watching, it’s much appreciated! As for your question, it really depends on what you’re looking for; Design works? or Animation? or storyboards from the show? Thankfully, Gainax never held back on sharing their gifts w/ the public (at a price of course, lol).

The FLCL Design works book I purchased back in 1999 (along w/ the original subbed japanese dvds) has character designs, prop designs, mechs, concepts and photos only. It should look like this:

But you may be hard pressed to find this version. They have since reprinted the design works a few years ago and it looks like this:

If it’s animation you’re into instead, you can get the Groundworks of FLCL book, which features key frames and layouts from the ova:


And lastly, if you’re into directing, you can get the storyboards for FLCL

This booklet contains storyboards for all 6 FLCL OVAS, at close to 900 pgs of storyboard goodness. O__O.

You can get books like these at http://www.animebooks.com

hope that helps! :)

L

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1970s Cinema Divas

Diana Ross/Cicely Tyson/Diahann Carroll/Pam Grier/ Rosalind Cash/Diana Sands/Teresa Graves/Vonetta McGee/Nichelle Nichols/Tamara Dobson/Paula Kelly/Lola Falana/Lonette McKee/Denise Nicholas/Abbey Lincoln/Judy Pace/Irene Cara/Brenda Sykes

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