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white-wid0w:

sixpenceee:

Cracked.com has been a great source of entertainment for me in high school. Their articles are written in a comical way that will make you laugh as much as it makes you learn. 
The 7 Most Unintentionally Creepy Places on the Internet: These are seven websites that prove the internet can still make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end (contains slurs)
5 Real Murders More Terrifying Than Any Other Horror Movie: Real killers are real scary
Creepiest Urban Legends That Happen to be True: (Part 1) (Part 2)(Part 3)(Part 4)(Part 5)(Part 6)(Part 7)
6 Terrifying Experiment Parents Did On Their Own Kids: Some people’s actions really make me wonder
5 Most Terrifying Diseases Doctors Can’t Explain: The oddities that exist in our world
Creepiest Places on Earth: (Part 1)(Part 2)
The 7 Most Horrifying Museums on Earth: My personal favorite
The 6 Strangely Convincing Real Life Curses: Coincidence or something more?
The 7 Most Ridiculous Ghost Stories From Around the World: A cultural experience
The 5 Creepiest Disappearances That No One Can Explain: It’s like they vanished into thin air

It’s that time of year again

It’s always that time of year on my blog

sixpenceee:

white-wid0w:

sixpenceee:

Cracked.com has been a great source of entertainment for me in high school. Their articles are written in a comical way that will make you laugh as much as it makes you learn. 

  1. The 7 Most Unintentionally Creepy Places on the Internet: These are seven websites that prove the internet can still make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end (contains slurs)
  2. 5 Real Murders More Terrifying Than Any Other Horror Movie: Real killers are real scary
  3. Creepiest Urban Legends That Happen to be True: (Part 1) (Part 2)(Part 3)(Part 4)(Part 5)(Part 6)(Part 7)
  4. 6 Terrifying Experiment Parents Did On Their Own Kids: Some people’s actions really make me wonder
  5. 5 Most Terrifying Diseases Doctors Can’t Explain: The oddities that exist in our world
  6. Creepiest Places on Earth: (Part 1)(Part 2)
  7. The 7 Most Horrifying Museums on EarthMy personal favorite
  8. The 6 Strangely Convincing Real Life CursesCoincidence or something more?
  9. The 7 Most Ridiculous Ghost Stories From Around the WorldA cultural experience
  10. The 5 Creepiest Disappearances That No One Can Explain: It’s like they vanished into thin air

It’s that time of year again

It’s always that time of year on my blog

xhighwayman asked: I'm not trying to offend you, I'm sorry. I guess it's just me but I don't care for race, people are people

jenniferrpovey:

lordbape:

You don’t get to say that. You don’t get to say “people are people” when Black people are intentionally being killed for being Black— people clearly aren’t people. People aren’t “people” when a white felon can more easily get a job than a Black person who has never committed a crime. You don’t get to pretend you live in an alternate reality in which the construct of race doesn’t exist because it does. It doesn’t help anyone for you to pretend that race doesn’t exist and “people are just people”. Psychologists link that thinking to people being racists because it shows that you’d rather ignore reality than realize that people are oppressed for their races and it shows you don’t know how to empathize.

aquaticspacepussy:

Why is it that removing race makes white people feel so comfortable.

You should be insulted that your racism is so deep you need to remove a person’s heritage to see them as a person. You need to change the context of events just to understand them. How do you have the nerve to call yourself enlightened when in order to see the picture you have to blur the whole image.

Get out of here lol!

I used to think color blindness was a good goal too.

What convinced me was something apparently quite shallow - the consistent attacking of natural black hair. The army insisting black women have only expensive hairstyles that require routine salon visits is bad enough - but it also happens in schools. It happens in grade schools.

The argument used is “the rules are the same for everyone.”

THAT is applying “color blindness” and it shows very clearly that what many people mean by it is pulling everyone towards whiteness.

And being color blind is also to deny the amazing contributions African-American people have made to American culture, ones that are often co-opted by whites without thought (or sometimes knowledge) of their origins.

For example, very few people know…I know I didn’t until recently…that the southern staple vegetable okra is not an American plant. It’s an African plant. It was brought over by slaves and planted in their own gardens, then white people tried it and liked it.

Obviously, acknowledging differences isn’t an excuse to treat people unfairly, but how about appreciating them once in a while? How about acknowledging the value and beauty of other people’s cultures and heritage?

Oh, and I just love how “color blind casting” always means casting a white person to play a non-white character. Or at least, that’s always when the term is trotted out.

Value, appreciate, try your best to understand and heck, yeah, try to treat people fairly. But don’t erase - and really this is another term for erasure.

remikanazi:

"Muslims must denounce ISIS!" says white Christians who supported mass killing of innocents in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen & Somalia

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tardis-blueimpala:

findthepaththatisyourown:

peaceloveandstarwars:

“I was walking down the boardwalk in Venice Beach and some kids had probably two litters of puppies in a cardbord box. They were maybe a day to 3 days old and she was at the very bottom of the box and she couldn’t open her eyes yet. Nearly could fit into the palm of my hand.. and they were like ‘gimme 300 dollars!’ and I was like ‘I got 20 bucks on me. Give me the one that’s not gonna make it through the day.’ And I took her to the vet and he was like ‘I don’t know, man. She’s too young, she shouldn’t be away from her mom.’ So I bottle-fed her for a month and she used to kiss her way around which is how she got her name ‘Bisou’ - it means ‘kiss’ in french. And 12 years later, here she is.”

ALL OF MY CREYS

I… love… THIS MAN.

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thoughtfultea:

People become attractive over time as you get to know them. Someone who you once felt completely neutral towards can make your stomach do somersaults. It’s not that they were not good looking to begin with, it’s just that things happened which made your conscience ease up and your heart changed. Good character can contribute to how someone perceives you.

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