truth-has-a-liberal-bias:

ONE CHILD IS WORTH MORE by Chris Lozos
Even if the life of only one child is saved by tightening gun laws, it will have been more than worth it.
Check out these powerful posters at GunShowGallery.com now — and then share them with your friends, family and community.

truth-has-a-liberal-bias:

ONE CHILD IS WORTH MORE 
by Chris Lozos

Even if the life of only one child is saved by tightening gun laws, it will have been more than worth it.


Check out these powerful posters at GunShowGallery.com now — and then share them with your friends, family and community.

dallasclayton:

New book. Make Magic Do Good. Coming soon! (Taken with Instagram)

dallasclayton:

New book. Make Magic Do Good. Coming soon! (Taken with Instagram)

lucifersblog:

d3florate:

psychoprism:

yoloween:

hail satan

rain satan

snow satan

tomorrow there is a 90% chance of precipisatan

it’ll be foggy in the morning, lots of condensatan

OK, when you guys get down here to hell, give the doorman your URLs and I’ll get you VIP treatment.

You guys are alright.

"It’s sort of like if you have two kids, and you give one of them a cookie and the other one half a cookie. Then you give the kid with half a cookie another half a cookie to make it even, and the kid with the whole cookie starts to scream about how it’s not fair that the second kid got ‘two cookies’."

My friend on the subject of privileged groups claiming to be oppressed by steps taken to work towards equality of oppressed groups.   (via nationofsluts)
rock-it-ship:

I made a thing.
By rock-it-ship

rape culture

rock-it-ship:

I made a thing.

By rock-it-ship

rape culture

betype:

You, Me And The Sea (via Ed Nacional)

betype:

You, Me And The Sea (via Ed Nacional)

jtotheizzoe:

Listen as Albert Einstein Reads You A Scientific Essay
It’s his voice, in your ears, from 1941, reading his essay ‘The Common Language of Science’. Words, I do not have them. Enjoy :)
(via Open Culture)

jtotheizzoe:

Listen as Albert Einstein Reads You A Scientific Essay

It’s his voice, in your ears, from 1941, reading his essay ‘The Common Language of Science’. Words, I do not have them. Enjoy :)

(via Open Culture)

free-parking:

Francis Alÿs, Nightwatch, 2004.  

Surveillance cameras observe a fox exploring the Tudor and Georgian rooms of the National Portrait Gallery at night.