64bitwar:

2wentysixletters:

I’M GONNA BE OKAY I’VE GOT PEOPLE WHO LOVE ME EVEN WHEN I DON’T REALLY DESERVE IT I’VE GOT THINGS TO LOOK FORWARD TO AND PEOPLE TO LOVE AND DOGS TO PET AND RAIN TO LISTEN TO AND I’M GONNA BE OKAY WE’RE GONNA BE OKAY

people love out of selfish desires, dependency, and…

Yeah, but dying is okay because that’s just nature. From a human standpoint, you’re doing okay (better than a lot of people, in fact) if you can actually just appreciate and cultivate the happy moments when they happen.

Does Anyone Else Feel Guilty

when a random porn blog starts following you?

It’s like pulling up next to a cop….

Like you must have done something wrong, you just don’t know what….

jonpertwee:

"Don’t celebrate Halloween, Christians!! It is based in a pagan holiday!"

Boy have I got some news for you concerning Christmas.

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23claw:

64bitwar:

23claw:

64bitwar:

23claw:

64bitwar:

23claw:

I lost three followers. At least I know I got rid of some weaklings. 

Or maybe you just aren’t strong enough to hold onto them.

That makes no sense

Or maybe you’re just not very good at understanding sense.

If you have something against me and my blog just say it, dude. Don’t skirt around it. 

Fight me.

Why?

Fucking hell, get a room, you two.

Fucking brilliant

Fucking brilliant

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bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     
As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.
Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.
Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance
bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     
As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.
Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.
Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance
bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     
As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.
Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.
Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance
bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     
As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.
Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.
Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance
bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     
As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.
Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.
Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance
bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     
As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.
Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.
Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance
bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     
As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.
Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.
Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance
bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     
As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.
Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.
Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance
bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     
As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.
Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.
Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance
bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     
As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.
Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.
Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.
Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg
© 2014 Bloomberg Finance

bloombergphotos:

To Sleep, Perchance to Dream                                                     

As demonstrations in Hong Kong stretch well into its second week, we take a look back at protesters as they caught up on sleep throughout the occupied sites in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.

Hong Kong protest leaders on Oct. 8 said they will consider pulling out of discussions should the government continue to ignore their key political demands.

Student protesters are threatening to bring back the crowds that had paralyzed parts of central Hong Kong last week, after days of talks eased tensions in the streets. As the discussions hit a stumbling block, pressure increased on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying who yesterday had to refute a report that said he received money secretly from an Australian company.

Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Brent Lewin, Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg

© 2014 Bloomberg Finance

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unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.
unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.
unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.
unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.
unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.
unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.
unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.
unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.
unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.

unamusedsloth:

The last one is so done with humans.

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Q

suppose-wehaveonlydreamed asked:

Hey Neil, Several years ago I read your "Why Defend the Freedom of Icky Speech," and I've reread it & shared it many times since, but I'm struggling with it now. An Atlantic article today ("The Unsafety Net") talks about rape videos being posted & left up for weeks on Facebook, along with myriad graphic images of violence against women. I believe those should be taken down. Facebook often leaves them up & calls it "controversial humor." Where do you draw the line on censorship?

A

neil-gaiman:

I don’t see taking rape videos down as censorship. (Rape is a crime. A rape video is not art or free speech, at best it’s evidence of a crime.)

I’m happy to defend free speech, including speech I don’t like. I’m also happy to defend the idea of curated areas. There’s a huge difference between prosecuting an artist and removing the work from public view, and deciding what you do and don’t want to see hanging on the walls of a space you own. Facebook gets to decide what they allow up, and they have their own standards and rules: making them enforce their own standards and rules is a good thing, not censorship.

(Having said that, I’m often astonished that people find something they find troubling, normally something that’s only been seen by a tiny handful of people if that, and ask me to go on Twitter about it, and send 2 million people to see it and be upset by it too, and then the people who sent me the link get upset because I’d rather let something die in obscurity than get millions of people upset at something they would never otherwise have learned about. )

Neil Gaiman telling it like it is.

The number of people in this world who don’t understand the importance of free speech is both astonishing and downright scary, as is the number of people who don’t seem to understand that the truest form of free speech advocacy is the defense of speech that you find disagreeable, not the defense of speech that you already buy into and others find disagreeable.

64bitwar:

amtrak-to-hell:

64bitwar:

friendlylunk:

64bitwar:

I don’t know if the morally right thing would be to just trust with an open heart and give people the benefit of the doubt but….

This woman with her family (I guess) was begging me to pay for her gas and giving me some story about how her husband is a police officer who was shot and might die in…

Check your local news, either your choice will be validated or you’ll think “well sheeeeeit” and go back to whatever it is you were doing.

All I see is former cop attacked, and officer dies in car wreck.

I’d be validated, but I don’t know for sure.

Either way, back to whatever it is I do.

Fool, you aren’t morally wrong for not giving money to people you don’t trust for good reasons. Even if, by some slim chance, their story was actually true, you aren’t morally responsible. If anything, the con-artists, liars, thieves and cheats of the world are to blame for creating a culture where trust is not and should not be easily given. 

I do find it interesting that you are questioning yourself on this, though. It seems like you might be going soft as you get older.

I’m not questioning myself. I stand by it. I just don’t know if that’s a good or bad thing. It was the right thing to do for me. What I’m questioning is if “me” is a heartless piece of shit or not.

Nah, man, you ain’t a heartless piece of shit. You’re just a thinker, and you spend too much time on Tumblr where people will make you think you’re a heartless piece of shit for forming logical and coherent thoughts. If anything, that’s your real crime. Spending too much of your free time on Tumblr.

onewomanareme:

Lets do an experiment: reblog if you would feel safer hanging out with trans women (regardless of what genitals they currently posses) than Cis women who are transphobic and deny trans women’s obvious womanhood.

Is this a trick question? I feel safest hanging out with the people I trust. The people who have always had my back for whatever reason, regardless of their sexuality, genitals, race, religion or political views, even the ones who’s political views I disagree with.

I forget I’m currently on Tumblr though, where the prevailing view is that anyone who disagrees with you on anything at all is some kind of evil oppressor who should die a horrible death.

Carry on with your bad selves though. I’m sure this experiment means something in the grand scheme of things. Then again, probably not.

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64bitwar:

friendlylunk:

64bitwar:

I don’t know if the morally right thing would be to just trust with an open heart and give people the benefit of the doubt but….

This woman with her family (I guess) was begging me to pay for her gas and giving me some story about how her husband is a police officer who was shot and might die in…

Check your local news, either your choice will be validated or you’ll think “well sheeeeeit” and go back to whatever it is you were doing.

All I see is former cop attacked, and officer dies in car wreck.

I’d be validated, but I don’t know for sure.

Either way, back to whatever it is I do.

Fool, you aren’t morally wrong for not giving money to people you don’t trust for good reasons. Even if, by some slim chance, their story was actually true, you aren’t morally responsible. If anything, the con-artists, liars, thieves and cheats of the world are to blame for creating a culture where trust is not and should not be easily given. 

I do find it interesting that you are questioning yourself on this, though. It seems like you might be going soft as you get older.

rodham-clinton:

really all you need to know about the american health care system is that there’s a popular tv series where a man turns to cooking industrial quantities of crystal meth in order to pay his hospital bills

Except that isn’t true. Walter White didn’t start cooking meth because he couldn’t afford his hospital bills, he started cooking meth because he was told that he had terminal cancer and wasn’t gonna last. Did any of you 100,000+ idiots actually watch the show?

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Q

Anonymous asked:

Hey! You have a great blog, I noticed you don't like the band U2 (It's funny how people can have such similar and different music tastes) I'm just really curious as to why? :)

A

classicrockneverdies:

Thanks :) I just don’t enjoy them. No rhyme or reason really, just don’t like them!

The rhyme and reason is good taste. U2 is one of the worst bands to ever become popular, and that’s saying a hell of a lot.

64bitwar:

nicolemarie1416:

So I came across this actual garbage, and I don’t know who made this atrocity, but there is not one man on this earth for whom I’d make a sandwich.

So is this just a preemptive attitude knowing the competition already has you beat? I don’t get it.

By the way, why do you all talk like that? “Actual” garbage, and such. It’s literally retarded hyperbole. Stop before I’m unable to even. Do you realize how profoundly fucking stupid and worthless you sound on two levels?

Fucking hell. I swear it’s like shooting fish in a barrel. It’s almost as if these Tumblr feminists are just crying out for people to point out how stupid they sound all the fucking time.