new status: celibate

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when you realize your friends arent your friends

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troubleeveryday:

This is one I quote a ton

elanormcinerney:

Andrea Dworkin | Mercy

OMFG!! “two hundred million little Henry Millers”

Jon Stewart cursed me out: I dared question a “Daily Show” warm-up comic’s racist jokes

"Maybe they were more tolerant, friendly and forgiving than I was. But nobody should have to be that tolerant. Nobody should have to make that judgment call, while the straight white guy with the mic is disparaging you, and hundreds of straight white people are laughing at you, expecting you to be a good sport. Nobody should have to go home afterward, wondering if you had truly been amused, or if you had felt pressured to behave that way, or if you had felt too humiliated, too little, to mount your own self-defense."

キハラリエコ

moshita:

Through The Mirror

Cristina Burns

oliverhibert:

The High Priestess. She’s pretty high.. Many many more to go! #pamelacolmansmith #tarot

oh ok

ymutate:

Mags Harries and Lajos Heder:  A Moon Tide Garden View of the line marking the moon tide

posted 3 days ago with 22 notes via reckon ( ©ymutate )

anarcho-queer:

unbossed:

anarcho-queer:

If Wal-Mart Paid Its Employees a Living Wage, How Much Would Prices Go Up? (2:02)

This video crunches the numbers on how much Walmart, the single biggest beneficiary of the food stamp economy, might have to raise prices across the board to help a typical worker earn a living wage.

This video was created by Slate magazine and Marketplace. It’s part of a series entitled The Secret Life of a Food Stamp.

Imagine what the prices could be like if the workers owned Walmart, and weren’t wasting so much of the revenue by putting it in the pockets of looting Walton heirs and mooching shareholders.

Great question! The Walton family is worth $150 billion combined. The equivalent to the bottom 50 million+ families in America. 

The mac n cheese will be damn near free even after the 2.2 million workers theoretically agree on a living wage.

like im saying, rave in the Walton’s bunker

mhm, but im not gon get no masters and keep writin’ yall

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