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lagtawaf:

i read about mccandless in class last year.

While he might be an inspiration, in no way was this man a hero. He was a cocky, ungrateful, naive, and foolhardy kid who had no idea what he was doing and refused to better prepare himself because he thought he was better, smarter, and more capable than everyone else. The summary of his story sounds wonderful and inspirational until you actually learn what he really was like. The movie wrongfully glorifies him, and anyone who read Into the Wild and thinks he’s a hero missed the point entirely. His story is a warning of naïveté, not a manual, people.

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factsandchicks:

Magic mushrooms (psilocybin) can make you permanently more creative, curious and inquisitive.
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factsandchicks:

Magic mushrooms (psilocybin) can make you permanently more creative, curious and inquisitive.

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atheist-overdose:

Everytime i stay at a hotel i write quotes in the back of the “complimentary” bible.follow for the best atheist posts on tumblr

atheist-overdose:

Everytime i stay at a hotel i write quotes in the back of the “complimentary” bible.

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buzzfeed:

Damn, Anderson Cooper, you’re on a roll.

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patriciaalvarado:

pt. 1 of a series entitled “I thought you said you liked long hair…”
women in our society grow up believing that body hair is unnatural, and that the removal of hair is a ritualistic practice to be done as often as possible. we see ads for shaving creams featuring long, lean, hairless legs being caressed by a man. we see hairy women being automatically labeled as man hating feminists or as being unkempt, dirty, and lazy. we want women to look like girls; hairless, fresh, clean, and new. we’re scared of aging, of growth, of change, and so we shave, and we wax, and we pluck. body hair makes society cringe, and so we put in the work. 
In “I thought you said you liked long hair…” I attempt to address the problematic ways in which society views hair. Long hair is the ideal, but only if it’s in the right place. So to the countless men who have told me that they prefer women with long hair, you’re getting what you’ve asked for.
© Patricia Ann Alvarado 


I was talking about this with a (female) friend the other day.  I told her that dated a girl awhile back who let her pit hair grow, that I liked it, it was refreshing.She looked at me like I had told her I like vomit porn.

patriciaalvarado:

pt. 1 of a series entitled “I thought you said you liked long hair…”

women in our society grow up believing that body hair is unnatural, and that the removal of hair is a ritualistic practice to be done as often as possible. we see ads for shaving creams featuring long, lean, hairless legs being caressed by a man. we see hairy women being automatically labeled as man hating feminists or as being unkempt, dirty, and lazy. we want women to look like girls; hairless, fresh, clean, and new. we’re scared of aging, of growth, of change, and so we shave, and we wax, and we pluck. body hair makes society cringe, and so we put in the work. 

In “I thought you said you liked long hair…” I attempt to address the problematic ways in which society views hair. Long hair is the ideal, but only if it’s in the right place. So to the countless men who have told me that they prefer women with long hair, you’re getting what you’ve asked for.

© Patricia Ann Alvarado 

I was talking about this with a (female) friend the other day. I told her that dated a girl awhile back who let her pit hair grow, that I liked it, it was refreshing.
She looked at me like I had told her I like vomit porn.

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Reblogged from we-are-star-stuff
we-are-star-stuff:

Warm hydrogen gas is a major component of our Galaxy. However, it is peppered with holes. This image from the Australia Telescope Compact Array and the Parkes radio telescope shows one such hole, called GSH 277+00+36. This void is more than 2000 light-years across, and was probably formed by winds and supernova explosions from about 300 massive stars. Over the course of several million years, the hole expanded and eventually grew so large that it broke through the disk of the Galaxy.

we-are-star-stuff:

Warm hydrogen gas is a major component of our Galaxy. However, it is peppered with holes. This image from the Australia Telescope Compact Array and the Parkes radio telescope shows one such hole, called GSH 277+00+36. This void is more than 2000 light-years across, and was probably formed by winds and supernova explosions from about 300 massive stars. Over the course of several million years, the hole expanded and eventually grew so large that it broke through the disk of the Galaxy.

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wolfcadet:

The Silence of The Lambs poster

wolfcadet:

The Silence of The Lambs poster

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