But to me it's all the same

SubmitNext pageArchive

buzzfeed:

awesomeringerud:

This makes me want to cry.

Same here, buddy. Same here.

(Source: hannahbowl)

travelingcolors:

Misty Morning, Manhattan Beach Pier | California (by Andy Tomasello)

feminerdity:

socialistexan:

camwyn:

eraofstories:

haaretz:

At least three dead in two shootings at Jewish centers in Kansas. 15-year-old boy reported to be critically wounded; police report one person was in custody; man reportedly yelled ‘Heil Hitler’ when police arrested him.

Click here for the full story and breaking developments

Reblogging again to add: 

Also, non-Jews, please spread this. People will forget about it otherwise. The police say they aren’t ready to call it a hate crime, despite the fact that witnesses have said that the man was asking people if they were Jewish and waiting for an affirmative response before shooting. The more people who are paying attention to this story the harder it will be for it to be swept under the rug. 

A lot of people are currently very excited about the recent Cap movie. If you believe that it was worthwhile for Steve Rogers to fight fictional nazis, please show that you care about the people harmed by those in the real world who still agree with Nazi ideology. If you can get super excited and make tons of posts about Cap, then you can do this too, right? (obviously there are people who are upset/triggered by this stuff, which is an entirely different situation. but if you can spread the word please do)

I’m very sorry to those of you who don’t come to my blog expecting to see news or other horrible real world stuff. I thought it was worth putting out there.

Also the shooter is a former KKK Grand Dragon

A man who used to be my doctor and also ran the community theater in my hometown was one of the people killed, as was his grandson (who they moved to Kansas to be closer to.) Things like this should never happen, and yet they do.

(via fuckyeahriotgrrrl)

When I see 12 year olds with nicer stuff than me

whatshouldwecallme:

image

travelingcolors:

Silent Alley, Verona | Italy (by Tomasz Podhalański)
adopt-a-bike:

Nishiki (53 cm) Mixte frame 10 speeds New tires New chain New handlebar tape New freewheel  Gel seat Kickstand Quick release  Rear rack
$ 280

travelingcolors:

Bits and pieces of Seville | Spain (by J. A. Alcaide)

humansofnewyork:

"I’m giving a presentation tomorrow on the experience of African American males growing up in America.""What’s the thesis?""Hundreds of interviews have been conducted, and we’ve found that not only do most African American males fail to acknowledge institutional racism, they mainly tend to blame themselves for their failures. They say things like they didn’t work hard enough, or made too many mistakes. They don’t understand that they weren’t afforded the same opportunities."

How I feel after my crush pays attention to me

whatshouldwecallme:

image

"Give a kid a book, and you change the world. In a way, even the universe."

-

In the third episode of his Cosmos series, Neil deGrasse Tyson echoes Carl Sagan even down to the timeless sentiment about books.

For good measure, complement with Maurice Sendak’s little-known and lovely posters on the joy of reading.

(via explore-blog)