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Posted on 21st Jul at 5:13 PM, with 20,030 notes

fauxboy:

izumito:

tryingtomakesenseofpeople:

izumito:

white people can walk around with assault rifles in a fucking public store but the moment they see a poc’s skin they clutch their purses or lock their car doors

Because people head off to Target with AK47s around their necks right? Lol. This site never fails to amaze me.

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okay but for real, I live in NC and the last time I was in a Walmart I literally saw three bubba’s with fucking assault rifles upset at a lady stacking ritz crackers.

I felt so sorry for the woman, I can’t even imagine how scary it must have been to be yelled at by some white dudes with assault rifles just casually slung over their shoulder. 

You need to look up the definition of ‘assault rifle’, bruh. I can assure you they were not assault rifles.

Yelling at any minimum wage employee unless they’ve just socked you in the face or something is a primo dick move, whether you’re legally carrying or not.

Posted on 20th Jul at 4:32 PM, with 32,922 notes
bigeisamazing:

stephank:

If someone ever asks you what Tumblr is, just show them this picture.

1/16th Native American

I lost it at “self-diagnosed aspergers”.
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bigeisamazing:

stephank:

If someone ever asks you what Tumblr is, just show them this picture.

1/16th Native American

I lost it at “self-diagnosed aspergers”.

Posted on 19th Jul at 10:31 PM

I can’t believe making a singly-linked list in C was considered a full assignment in my C/Unix class a few years ago. I just made a double-linked list that compiled on my first try in 20 minutes, and it only took that long because I had to spend time figuring out that the increment operator doesn’t work on ints inside of structs for some reason.

Posted on 18th Jul at 11:15 PM, with 78 notes
startorcontinue:

DoDonPachi (怒首領蜂) (1997) for the Arcade. Developed by Cave. Published by Atlus.

Have fun. You’re in for a trip, especially if you’re shooting for a 2-All.

startorcontinue:

DoDonPachi (怒首領蜂) (1997) for the Arcade. Developed by Cave. Published by Atlus.

Have fun. You’re in for a trip, especially if you’re shooting for a 2-All.

Tagged: #dodonpachi, #cave,
Posted on 18th Jul at 10:13 AM, with 32,771 notes

pitbulled:

impactings:

Hey tumblr! Did you know that if you suffer from depression / anxiety or any other mental illness, you can register your dog as an emotional support animal, making it illegal for a landlord to refuse to rent to you? That’s right. No breed restrictions, no weight restrictions, no matter what, they are not allowed to refuse.

This includes cats, rabbits, birds, guinea pigs, etc.!! Go here to register your pet as an ESA :~) 

Yeah there’s no way anyone on tumblr would ever abuse this.

Nope. Never.

Posted on 17th Jul at 8:54 AM, with 5 notes
Gun Thoughts

mcgriffin:

My politically pro-gun friends are prone to posting long bricks of text about their rights being threatened, so I thought I’d add my voice to the fray. Gun Thoughts:

Points of view can be very much based in geography. I’m not concerned with rural issues, because I don’t live in a rural environment. I live in a dense population, separated from my neighbors by very thin walls. It’s hard to grow up pro-gun when there’s a zero percent probability that the man you spot carrying a rifle is going to protect you from a bear or kill you lunch. It’s not a simple argument. A gun is not a ‘good’ thing, but I always valued having one behind the counter back in the days when I was working my dad’s pawn shop. You can respect a gun, respect the desire/drive to own one, and still want to see reform in the ways we keep them out of the hands of psychos. I don’t see anything wrong with not wanting to get shot, but I also don’t believe the solution is that all human beings should be strapped at all times. It’s a complicated issue. Please, let’s not pretend it isn’t.

Densely populated urban area that became demonstrably safer after relaxing gun control? Check.

Believe it or not pro-gun people aren’t opposed to gun legislation. What they are opposed to is legislation that restricts 2nd amendment rights but doesn’t fix anything. Gun registries are expensive and do nothing. Confiscations do nothing (look what happened in Australia). Gun-free zones do nothing. “Assault Weapon” bans do nothing. Background checks for private sales do nothing. None of this fixes anything, and there is tons of research and statistics to back this up.
Like you said, it’s a complicated issue, but all that means is that the simple answers won’t work. The only reason anybody would suggest them is either because they want to trample 2A rights under the guise of protecting America (which is bad), or they are too ignorant or uninformed to realize they are pushing garbage legislation (which is also bad).

Posted on 16th Jul at 8:30 PM, with 71,719 notes
Posted on 16th Jul at 12:08 AM, with 19,026 notes
germainetrain:

natawhat:

gookgod:

usatoday:

A proposal to divide California into six states has received enough signatures to make the November 2016 ballot. Here’s how.

what the hell

six californiasmaybe more


NO

California: So fucking terrible that it’s trying to escape from itself.
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germainetrain:

natawhat:

gookgod:

usatoday:

A proposal to divide California into six states has received enough signatures to make the November 2016 ballot. Here’s how.

what the hell

six californias
maybe more

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NO

California: So fucking terrible that it’s trying to escape from itself.

Posted on 14th Jul at 6:21 AM, with 5 notes

mudkhep:

ivani3raginsky:

HOW

that’s nothing

       

look at my friend’s stats (from christmas it looks like) (open in new tab if you need to)

HOW

Did somebody say cookie clicker?

Posted on 14th Jul at 12:49 AM, with 149,271 notes

bokuwaaru:

cookiesincoffeecans:

ungratefullittleshit:

Creativity

Lazyness

Creativity 

More than one of these will probably kill you.

Posted on 13th Jul at 12:36 AM, with 16,113 notes
"Why should kids be taught to hate the police? Because there are 2.3 million people in jail in the US right now and every single one was put there by a fucking cop. Some people talk about good cops and bad cops, but a good cop, a cop doing their job properly, still puts nonviolent drug users in jail for many years, totally ruining their lives as they lose their jobs, houses, cars, romantic partners, access to college, and become substantially less employable upon release. A cop doing their job properly still gives homeless people tickets for vagrancy which they obviously can’t pay and when a warrant is issued as a result an officer doing their job properly arrests those homeless people. An officer doing their job properly peppersprays and arrests environmental protesters so that logging companies can clear-cut old growth forests. An officer doing their job properly is evicting a family from their home as you read this because the parents’ jobs were shipped overseas so that the bosses could make eight figures a year instead of seven. Those people will become homeless, vagrancy tickets will be written, warrants will be issued… And then there’s the “bad ones”."

Sacking Rome: A Magazine for Vandals, issue one (via daetrimental)

Food for thought: Who made the rules that the cop is enforcing? A cop doing their job properly is enforcing the rules that we as citizens of our city/state/nation have allowed to be passed and made into law. We have allowed the laws putting nonviolent people in jail for narcotics offenses. We passed laws making the homeless and protesters criminals. We let laws pass that made the poor or unemployed at risk for eviction.

An honest cop doing his or her job properly is not the one whose fault it is that anybody who falls afoul of the law is punished. It is our responsibility as citizens of this country to shape it’s rules. There is a discussion to be had about the equality of influence within this country, and whether or not regular citizens are being pushed out by people with wealth or in positions of power, but that’s a matter also the result of the citizenry not holding itself or it’s elected leaders accountable.

Entrusting a man or woman with the responsibility of enforcing a set of rules of your choosing, and then blaming them for following your instructions is problematic behavior, and will not fix anything. Where this particular problem stems from is higher up than any cop.

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