Though a thousand words 
Have never been spoken,
They'll fly to you
Crossing over the time
And distance holding you
Suspended on silver wings

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"Wielder of Wind’s might, lay your hands upon this stone. We bestow upon thee the power to see the truth unclouded."

"Wielder of Water’s strength, lay your hands upon this stone. If th’art worthy, the power to drain away the standing water shall be yours."

"Wielder of Earth’s might, lay your hands upon this stone. I shall grant thee the power to melt into the earth, the power of Sand!"

"Wielder of Flame’s strength, lay your hands upon this stone. If th’art worthy, I will grant thee the power to Blaze with fire."

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juminaji:

i love how all the Azealia slander you see on this site comes from white gays. the same white gays that stan for iggy. Hmm i wonder why….. 

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remember to drink lots of water, because your insides are a swampy bog and a water shortage would affect the local frog population

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invisiblelad:

thisradicalchange:


We didn’t know that our activism and our peaceful displays would result in guns literally looking down our eyes. Literally looking down our eyes. Guns.
And I had young people who were willing to die. For justice. 
I had a young person — and he’s definitely the example of many young people that I represent who said "I didn’t think I would make it to twenty-one years old so I’m ready to die now. Let’s do it now."

State senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal (@MariaChappelleN) speaks on the Senate floor about the events she witnessed in Ferguson, Missouri in the weeks following the execution of Mike Brown. Senator Chappelle-Nadal was one of many protesters tear gassed for three hours without reprieve by the Ferguson PD.
She has been consistent and unrelenting in her criticism of Governor Jay Nixon — to the point of tweeting him “FUCK you, Governor!” — for his lack of action over the violation of citizens’ constitutional right to peacefully protest, and passionately vocal about the violent ways in which protesters were abused by the police.
Full video of Senator Chappelle-Nadal’s speech is available for download here (.wmv format). 

This woman is an inspiration. 

invisiblelad:

thisradicalchange:

We didn’t know that our activism and our peaceful displays would result in guns literally looking down our eyes. Literally looking down our eyes. Guns.

And I had young people who were willing to die. For justice.

I had a young person — and he’s definitely the example of many young people that I represent who said "I didn’t think I would make it to twenty-one years old so I’m ready to die now. Let’s do it now."

State senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal (@MariaChappelleN) speaks on the Senate floor about the events she witnessed in Ferguson, Missouri in the weeks following the execution of Mike Brown. Senator Chappelle-Nadal was one of many protesters tear gassed for three hours without reprieve by the Ferguson PD.

She has been consistent and unrelenting in her criticism of Governor Jay Nixonto the point of tweeting him “FUCK you, Governor!” — for his lack of action over the violation of citizens’ constitutional right to peacefully protest, and passionately vocal about the violent ways in which protesters were abused by the police.

Full video of Senator Chappelle-Nadal’s speech is available for download here (.wmv format). 

This woman is an inspiration. 

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scrake:

Nick and I synced our dance and it’s so cute

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jean-luc-gohard:

Nothing will ever beat the 2012 election cycle in terms of being a complete political farce. The candidates for the frontrunners for the Republican nomination included:

  • Herman Cain, a habitual sexual line-stepper who quoted the theme song from the Pokemon movie in his speeches
  • Michele Bachman, a wild-eyed conspiracy theorist who called for her followers to slit their wrists in protest of Obamacare
  • Ron Paul, a 437-year-old gynecologist who opposes the Civil Rights Act, voted against MLK Day twice (in spite of his later claims), and gave a speech in front of a Confederate flag saying the South was right in the Civil War, but whose fans won’t admit is racist because he thinks states should be able to legalize weed if they want (but also that they should be able to establish state religions and mandate prayer in public schools)
  • Rick Perry, who is basically what would happen if you stuck the soul of a stoned Yosemite Sam into the body of Josh Brolin playing George W. Bush in Oliver Stone’s film W
  • Newt Gingrich, a man so hypocritical that he led impeachment proceedings against Bill Clinton for getting dome from an intern who was not his wife, sitting up there talking about family values, while cheating on his own wife
  • Rick Santorum, a man so homophobic, people went out of their way to redefine his last name as a term for a byproduct of anal sex between (cis) men
  • Mitt Romney, a man so out of touch with the poor that he thought a good way to connect to the South was to say he was friends with NASCAR team owners and that good advice to broke college students struggling with tuition was to sell some of their father’s stock like he and his wife did

I’m not entirely unconvinced that the whole thing was a brilliant piece of performance art. And that’s just the frontrunners. That’s not even including the people who had no chance from the start, like Sarah Palin and Donald Trump, who were in their own ways ceaseless founts of comedy. We will never have an election like that again.

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