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Anonymous said: Sick of fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminists like you

dajo42:

fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminist

fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminist

fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminist

THANKS FOR INADVERTENTLY GIVING ME THE COOLEST TITLE EVER

I’M GONNA PUT THIS ON MY ABOUT ME PAGE

i’m not even gonna respond to the hateful part like you surely know you’re trash already i’m just gonna proudly be a fat pirate dragon-worshipping feminist

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Moleskine Art by Gabriel Picolo

20-year-old artist from Brazil Gabriel Picolo has created an incredible series of manga inspired doodles using just pencil and pen on a Moleskine sketchbook.
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'Crack baby' study ends with unexpected but clear result

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This Moment Should Be the Absolute Last Straw for Americans Tired of Police Brutality

 The death of Staten Island father of six Eric Garner is rocking New York City. His disturbing confrontation with at least five NYPD officers, captured on video, shows how quickly police turn to brutal force.

The video shows Garner in a chokehold, gasping “I can’t breathe” as police hold him down. After the footage was recorded, he was pronounced dead. Since that July 17 incident, the community has been up in arms, calling the NYPD racist and demanding change.

But this is not an isolated incident.

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Every Xbox One Owner Should Consider Buying a PS3
Unfortunately, compared the the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One’s library is lacking. The baffling Launch Parity Clause, which requests that ID@Xbox developers launch their games on the console concurrently with other platforms, has still yet to be repealsed. Sure, the Xbox One will see a number of exciting independent games over the next year; Below (which had the single best demo I’ve ever played), Inside, White Night, Ori and the Blind Forest, and Cuphead each look intriguing. As of this writing, however, none of them are out. 
Read all about it!
http://www.hardcoregamer.com/2014/07/18/every-xbox-one-owner-should-consider-buying-a-ps3/94111/

hardcoregamermagazine:

Every Xbox One Owner Should Consider Buying a PS3

Unfortunately, compared the the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One’s library is lacking. The baffling Launch Parity Clause, which requests that ID@Xbox developers launch their games on the console concurrently with other platforms, has still yet to be repealsed. Sure, the Xbox One will see a number of exciting independent games over the next year; Below (which had the single best demo I’ve ever played), Inside, White Night, Ori and the Blind Forest, and Cuphead each look intriguing. As of this writing, however, none of them are out. 

Read all about it!

http://www.hardcoregamer.com/2014/07/18/every-xbox-one-owner-should-consider-buying-a-ps3/94111/

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Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard

waywardandwanderlust:

heartsandmagic:

Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard

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"He is nice and knocked out on the floor for you. I drug him out to the living room … Send him an ambulance. He’s going to need one."

Here’s what happened when a father walked in on a man sexually abusing his son  (via micdotcom)

The full article implies that this is “vigilante justice” (corrected that misspelling for you) and asks whether the offender “deserved” the beating. Well. I think that for once the cops acted correctly — this was not some “vigilante,” this was a parent acting like a goddamn parent. It means a LOT to survivors to have someone protect them and that is what parents are SUPPOSED to do. (via akycha)

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The Government Just Took a Huge Step in Rolling Back the War on Drugs

In one fell swoop, the War on Drugs got a little less punitive.

A new ruling from the U.S. Sentencing Commission means that nearly half of all federal drug prisoners can apply for reduced sentences, according to Vox. The change affects more than 46,000 inmates.

Why it happened

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