a charming young woman, capable of being terrible

a charming young woman, capable of being terrible My name is Elizabeth. Welcome to my corner of the internet.

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lilyjoon:

If any of you vote for Hillary Clinton just because she’s a woman and find having a female president cool enough to ignore her horrendous navigation of foreign policy then consider yourself complicit, if not responsible, for all the damage her presidency will cost.

if you vote for anyone because they are anyone you are complicit if not responsible

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yuu-ung:

Probably one of the best tweets I’ve ever come across tbh.

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yuu-ung:

Probably one of the best tweets I’ve ever come across tbh.

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we’d make a good jaeger pilot team, if you

catch my drift

(Source: xollos)

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zuriya:

Destroy this inexplicably disgusting, cruel and poisonous culture that portrays American soldiers invading, killing and plundering other people/nations as a heroic and praise worthy act.

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the-feminist-fangirl:

I care about the problems of men. I care that the patriarchy tells men that they have to be stoic beasts incapable of emotion. I care that the patriarchy tells men that they are lust-filled monsters incapable of controlling their own libidos. I care that the patriarchy tells men that they cannot be raped or assaulted because the patriarchy believes women are too weak and inferior to be dangerous.

Feminists did not do this to you, other men did.

actually let me rephrase

the patriarchy is a system of society

patriarchy is not men

yes men may have set it up, but i think it’s very harmful to use the patriarchy to refer to men, not to mention inaccurate. women engage with the patriarchy as well, because it’s part of society

/sociology

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whitepeacock47:

very-sexythings:

Want

yup

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whitepeacock47:

very-sexythings:

Want

yup

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Unlikely simultaneous historical events

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simhasanam:

quantumblog:

jkottke:

A poster on Reddit asks: What are two events that took place in the same time in history but don’t seem like they would have?

Spain was still a fascist dictatorship when Microsoft was founded.

There were no classes in calculus in Harvard’s curriculum for the first few years because calculus hadn’t been discovered yet.

Two empires [Roman & Ottoman] spanned the entire gap from Jesus to Babe Ruth.

When the pyramids were being built, there were still woolly mammoths.

The last use of the guillotine was in France the same year Star Wars came out.

Oxford University was over 300 years old when the Aztec Empire was founded.

When pilgrims were landing on Plymouth Rock, you could already visit what is now Santa Fe, New Mexico to stay at a hotel, eat at a restaurant and buy Native American silver.

The first wagon train of the Oregon Trail heads out the same year the fax machine is invented.

Nintendo was formed the same year Van Gogh painted Starry Night.

Cleopatra (the last Pharaoh of Egypt) lived closer to the moon landings than she did to the building of the Pyramids of Giza.

When Kublai Khan became the Mongol Emperor, the first humans were setting foot on New Zealand.

thefrogman:

Lee Gatlin [blogspot | tumblr | flagpole]

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thefrogman:

Lee Gatlin [blogspot | tumblr | flagpole]