Moving Into the 21st Century

the-library-and-step-on-it:

MY HOME LIBRARY:

Complete works in the same edition.

This was my 2012-2013 project: every time I got a good grade or had done something worth celebrating, I bought one book.

(via knitewriter)

tastefullyoffensive:

"My friend’s majestic huskies." -Hellbetty42

tastefullyoffensive:

"My friend’s majestic huskies." -Hellbetty42

pikapetey:

I surprisingly see this a lot, especially in fandoms.  I figured I’d make an official list of rules.  We wouldn’t want any dis-respecting going on. 

(via zannyvix)

raposabranca:

SEND THE LOVE AROUND

A few weeks ago I was feeling pretty down. I was having trouble with a person and I was feeling very underappreciated as an artist, and while I did have my problems, it pissed me a lot. But instead of feeling sorry for myself (for once) I started thinking about other great, awesome artists I followed who could be feeling even shittier and not believing in themselves.

I admire them; each one of them. Each had their own perks that made themselves and what they create special. And I realized that hell, I love being told what people like in my work. Not just “you’re so good”, but “I love the way you draw this and that”. At that moment, I really wished someone would come over and tell me that. How many other artists around weren’t feeling that way, at that moment?

So the messaging started. I never wrote a model message, they were all personal. And the answers were all personal too. People who responded sounded honestly happy someone took time to tell them what they admired in them, and told them never to give up no matter what. The ones who didn’t, well - I know they liked it, because it was from the bottom of my heart.

So after this time debating if I should write this little thing or not, I made it.  I don’t know if there’s anythig similar around, but if it does, take this as a reinforcement. It’s not a campaign, nor a meme, nor will it grant you favours from your favorite artists. Please, don’t do anything if it’s for interest. Instead, look at the artist as another human being who struggles with daily life and yet make such beautiful things you admire so much. Call them by their name, tell them what you like in them. Or draw, paint, write or compose a lil’ something for them. Doesn’t matter. Show appreciation.

Send the love around to those who inspire you.

(sorry for any mistakes, English is not my mother tongue and it’s a bit rusty)

(via zannyvix)

LOLd I did.
explore-blog:

Madeleine L’Engle on creativity, writing, censorship, and the art of disturbing the universe – spectacular read. 

explore-blog:

Madeleine L’Engle on creativity, writing, censorship, and the art of disturbing the universe – spectacular read. 

(via npr)

personalititties:

neptunain:

we need better sex ed because I know a girl who thought that the female orgasm always involved squirting so she fakes by peeing on guys and this needs to stop

Omfg

We need better sex ed because I once knew a girl who didn’t know you could get STDs through oral sex.

(via nervousmiracle)

“The condemnation of one part of the working class to enforced idleness by the overwork of the other part, and the converse, becomes a means of enriching the individual capitalists…”

—   

Karl Marx - Capital Vol 1 1867 (via slutty-stoner)

Employment increases when wages increase. Full employment would take much higher wages.

By keeping wages low, and pitting the employed versus the unemployed, while at the same time lowering the tax rates on large businesses decreasing their incentive to reinvest, you get the profits from increased productivity going to the ruling classes and shareholders, and NOT the worker.

It’s modern
serfdom sold through mass media as benign capitalism.

(via liberalsarecool)

(Source: dailymarx, via liberalsarecool)

I sometimes feel I am too curious for my own good but, when it comes to being curious, I guess I’m fearless.  :)
But not until I’ve had coffee.

But not until I’ve had coffee.

(Source: sillyenfp)