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hermannsparka:

loudest-subtext-in-television:

skulls-and-tea:

Ben Stephenson, BBC’s Controller of Drama (and the original commissioner of Sherlock) is currently being targeted on the official Facebook page of the British National Party. [x]

The BNP is referencing comments Stephenson made regarding the portrayal of sexual diversity at BBC’s ‘Reflect & Represent’ roundtable in February: [x]

Ahahaha, get it Mr. Stephenson!

"GAY PEOPLE EXISTING ON TELEVISION WILL MAKE US ALL TURN GAY!!"- straight people, apparently

9 minutes ago on August 29th, 2014 | J | 511 notes

forsakers:

i’m staring off into space not at you

39 minutes ago on August 29th, 2014 | J | 11,372 notes

chrysaoraelectrum:

Oh, Scotland.
1 hour ago on August 29th, 2014 | J | 4,312 notes
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dell:

But don’t dance in the shower. It’s slippery in there. 

dell:

But don’t dance in the shower. It’s slippery in there. 

2 hours ago on August 29th, 2014 | J | 7,968 notes
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gaskarthskitten:

darkbluetile:

how does she do this I’m scared

Is this the next exorcist movie

gaskarthskitten:

darkbluetile:

how does she do this I’m scared

Is this the next exorcist movie

3 hours ago on August 29th, 2014 | J | 217,387 notes

danelimax:

white-wid0w:

sexlibris:

"Morning lazy sex" for iamartemisday 

this is gorgeous

like honestly if we weren’t so repulsed be each other’s breath…..

4 hours ago on August 29th, 2014 | J | 165,539 notes
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so-personal:

everything personal

so-personal:

everything personal

5 hours ago on August 29th, 2014 | J | 229,999 notes
unicornempire:

kaelio:

fuck-me-barnes:

tessalynn:

A snippet from an article on Huffington Post about what it means to be working poor.
Pretty spot on…

I got into an argument today with someone who is a landlord, and they were outraged, outraged, to find that their evicted tenants owned an Xbox 360. Never mind that the console was ten years old and worth perhaps $50 on Craigslist, they were outraged that their evicted tenants did not sell it, along with the very clothes on their back, to pay their back rent. I tried to explain to him that when you are $1800 in back rent, $50 isn’t even a dent in that debt. Why bother? Why bother selling that $50 item if it isn’t going to get you any less evicted? If it’s not going to save you, you’ll hold on to it. Money becomes meaningless when you’ll never have enough to hold onto. You just let it flow like water through your hands. It’s all gone anyways, no matter what you do. It was gone before it ever touched you.

This is what middle-class people and above never understand.

All very true; I get so tired of arguing with people on Reddit who think that it’s a crime for poor people to have fun. But seriously, we’re still human. I don’t see the point in living in absolute misery for years and years just so that you can save up a meager sum of money. I’m not saying you shouldn’t save or plan for the future, but you also shouldn’t forget that you’re living right now and try to enjoy your life to the fullest. It’s a balancing act, one that some people are better at than others, and one that some people don’t have to do at all and so they just don’t understand it at all, because to them being poor is the absolute worst thing in the world that you can be. I think being utterly miserable is worse than being poor.

unicornempire:

kaelio:

fuck-me-barnes:

tessalynn:

A snippet from an article on Huffington Post about what it means to be working poor.

Pretty spot on…

I got into an argument today with someone who is a landlord, and they were outraged, outraged, to find that their evicted tenants owned an Xbox 360. Never mind that the console was ten years old and worth perhaps $50 on Craigslist, they were outraged that their evicted tenants did not sell it, along with the very clothes on their back, to pay their back rent. I tried to explain to him that when you are $1800 in back rent, $50 isn’t even a dent in that debt. Why bother? Why bother selling that $50 item if it isn’t going to get you any less evicted? If it’s not going to save you, you’ll hold on to it. Money becomes meaningless when you’ll never have enough to hold onto. You just let it flow like water through your hands. It’s all gone anyways, no matter what you do. It was gone before it ever touched you.

This is what middle-class people and above never understand.

All very true; I get so tired of arguing with people on Reddit who think that it’s a crime for poor people to have fun. But seriously, we’re still human. I don’t see the point in living in absolute misery for years and years just so that you can save up a meager sum of money. I’m not saying you shouldn’t save or plan for the future, but you also shouldn’t forget that you’re living right now and try to enjoy your life to the fullest. It’s a balancing act, one that some people are better at than others, and one that some people don’t have to do at all and so they just don’t understand it at all, because to them being poor is the absolute worst thing in the world that you can be. I think being utterly miserable is worse than being poor.

5 hours ago on August 29th, 2014 | J | 4,194 notes
washingtonpost:

Short-eared elephant shrews, black-footed ferrets, baby giant pandas and more — this interactive graphic looks at every animal born last year at the Smithsonian’s Conservation Biology Institute.

washingtonpost:

Short-eared elephant shrews, black-footed ferrets, baby giant pandas and more — this interactive graphic looks at every animal born last year at the Smithsonian’s Conservation Biology Institute.

6 hours ago on August 29th, 2014 | J | 2,519 notes