sudeepto:

negactivity:

beethreefour:

frankensteinfanclub:

thackarybynx:

euthanizeallwhitepeople:

majiinboo:

frankensteinfanclub:

im losing my mind

My white friend’s mom made this exact meal when I spent the night in 10th grade. It felt like chewing on dust

oh
my
god

do poc not eat chicken and vegetables ?

Lmfao look at this comment

I’m so confused because this is a genuine meal in England? is this some inside usa joke i dont get or something

this post just keeps getting messier, good lord

This makes me want to die

sudeepto:

negactivity:

beethreefour:

frankensteinfanclub:

thackarybynx:

euthanizeallwhitepeople:

majiinboo:

frankensteinfanclub:

im losing my mind

My white friend’s mom made this exact meal when I spent the night in 10th grade. It felt like chewing on dust

oh

my

god

do poc not eat chicken and vegetables ?

Lmfao look at this comment

I’m so confused because this is a genuine meal in England? is this some inside usa joke i dont get or something

this post just keeps getting messier, good lord

This makes me want to die

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"Patriarchal culture continues to control the hearts of men precisely because it socializes males to believe that without their role as patriarchs they will have no reason for being."

bell hooks, The Will To Change: Men, Masculinity & Love (via lehaaz)

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criticalforest:

The democrats have their flaws, I’ll admit. Sometimes they carpet bomb people in Southeast Asia and install dictatorships in Latin America, but

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pax-arabica:

so-cray-teas:

readyokaygo:

Atheists realize that very few wars are actually dogmatically fought for a religion, right? If any at all. Most “religious wars” are actually power struggles or imperialist ventures where religion is used by a state, movement, or actor as a vessel, tool for social mobilization, or political opportunity to wage a war.

but without religion these motivations would be more apparent and plain easier to combat

Not really, it simply evolves to take the form of something else that is acceptable to the people of the time.

In this day and age, it’s called humanitarian intervention and “spreading democracy”. It’s literally the same exact thing.

They are both just justifications to hide imperialism. People who consider themselves “enlightened” and refuse any war in the name of religion gobble up the narrative of “liberating X people” or “freeing X women from Y”.

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forte-fievre:

[x]

forte-fievre:

[x]

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Upskirt Photos Don't Violate A Woman's Privacy, Rules D.C. Judge

what the fuck?

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@architecture anon: I don’t really want to post all of them, because this was only a mid-review and it’s unfinished work (and obviously a lot of it is going to change after the feedback I got/when we go into design development). but here’s a few of my drawings

Anonymous said: you barely post anymore! where you been??

image

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vandlo:

Julian Assange’s new book “When Google met Wikileaks” is out this week. The epigraph is taken from “The Message” by M.I.A.

lol remember when all the critics depicted her as some crazed conspiracy theorist tho? where are their apologies

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think-progress:

South Carolina cop shoots black man for no reason.

Fucking watch it. Thank god they’re actually charging the officer.

ji-bril:

*writes my doctorate thesis on where jai paul is hiding*

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Cacciatore describes the work of Aires Mateus as reversing the traditional relation between served and servant spaces, where the main and auxiliary spaces can be flipped. Cacciatore, in his discussion of the House in the Serra de Mira de Aire, writes, “the traditional relation between main and auxiliary areas is so clearly reversed that the former are conceived as a sort of huge and pervasive servant space inside which the basic geometric shape prevails” (Cacciatore, 2011). Figures 1b and 2b convey this reversal of Kahn’s hierarchical distinction, where served and servant spaces, main and auxiliary spaces, solid and void, positive and negative, figure and ground are reversible and reciprocal interchangeable integers or entities, seemingly able to go back and forth between their dialectic conditions. […]

The persistence of interstitial space and habitable walls as containers of spaces with different hierarchies and use values would lead Manuel and Francisco Aires Mateus to gradually refine a representation technique that emphasizes spatial rather than building values” [x]

that moment when you remember otherkin exist

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tagged by lehaaz

Name: Arsalan

Nickname: RC (or “Arsi” to Starbucks baristas, restaurant hostesses, or other white people who assume the name I’ve given them is ~ethnic)

Gender: M

Sexuality: eh

Height: 5’10”

Average hours of sleep I get each night: 0

The last thing I googled was: “nc building code means of egress”

My most used phrase(s): idk

What I last said to a family member: dafis (we hardly ever say khuda hafiz unless we’re being super formal?) 

One place that makes me happy & why: Lahore because family and summer and memories

How many blankets I sleep under: 1 quilt in summer, 1 light down comforter in winter, + cats.

Favorite beverage(s): Current fad: tart red cherry juice

The last movie I watched in the cinema: Planet of the Apes 2 or something similarly lame

Three things I can’t live without: food, water, people

Something I plan on learning: what the fuck i want to do with my life

A piece of advice for all my followers: don’t become an architect

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