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me: heyy whats your fav band?
boy: the beatles
me: *falls asleep*
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wakattactopus:

ayyyy

wakattactopus:

ayyyy

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sophieblackhallcain:

Guess who my favourite Orange is the New Black character is? You guessed right: it’s Larry.

sophieblackhallcain:

Guess who my favourite Orange is the New Black character is? You guessed right: it’s Larry.

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alexgaskarthdoingthings:

Why is calling somebody a punk an insult like hell yeah im punk I bleed fall out boy

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Bill Hicks explains freedom of speech to a christian priest.

plan10fromspace:

In early June of 1993, several months before cancer took his life at the age of thirty-two, beloved comedian Bill Hicks received a letter from a priest, bemoaning the “blasphemous” content in Hicks’s stand up performances, this was his reply;

Dear Sir,

After reading your letter expressing your concerns regarding my special ‘Revelations’, I felt duty-bound to respond to you myself in hopes of clarifying my position on the points you brought up, and perhaps enlighten you as to who I really am. Where I come from — America — there exists this wacky concept called ‘freedom of speech’, which many people feel is one of the paramount achievements in mankind’s mental development. I myself am a strong supporter of the ‘Right of freedom of speech’, as I’m sure most people would be if they truly understood the concept. ‘Freedom of speech’ means you support the right of people to say exactly those ideas which you do not agree with. (Otherwise, you don’t believe in ‘freedom of speech’, but rather only those ideas which you believe to be acceptably stated.) Seeing as how there are so many different beliefs in the world, and as it would be virtually impossible for all of us to agree on any one belief, you may begin to realize just how important an idea like ‘freedom of speech’ really is. The idea basically states ‘while I don’t agree or care for what you are saying, I do support your right to say it, for herein lies true freedom.

While I’ve found many of the religious shows I’ve viewed over the years not to be to my liking, or in line with my own beliefs, I’ve never considered it my place to exert any greater type of censorship than changing the channel, or better yet — turning off the TV completely.

In support of your position of outrage, you posit the hypothetical scenario regarding the possibly ‘angry’ reaction of Muslims to material they might find similarly offensive. Here is my question to you: Are you tacitly condoning the violent terrorism of a handful of thugs to whom the idea of ‘freedom of speech’ and tolerance is perhaps as foreign as Christ’s message itself? If you are somehow implying that their intolerance to contrary beliefs is justifiable, admirable, or perhaps even preferable to one of acceptance and forgiveness, then I wonder what your true beliefs really are.

If you had watched my entire show, you would have noticed in my summation of my beliefs the fervent plea to the governments of the world to spend less money on the machinery of war, and more on feeding, clothing, and educating the poor and needy of the world … A not-so-unchristian sentiment at that!

Ultimately, the message in my material is a call for understanding rather than ignorance, peace rather than war, forgiveness rather than condemnation, and love rather than fear. While this message may have understandably been lost on your ears (due to my presentation), I assure you the thousands of people I played to in my tours of the United Kingdom got it.

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crimewave420:

Real music

crimewave420:

Real music

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Anonymous said: As an alcoholic who lives in a sober living with several addicts, I don't think drugs need trigger warnings. The whole point of us changing is that we change ourselves, not the world around us. It would be impossible to completely avoid every aspect of drugs or alcohol in day-to-day life. If we could let something as small as a picture take us out, then we were working bad programs to begin with.

billhicks:

Thank you very much.

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My mom just asked me about memes “yeah the funny ones right?” you all need to stop with that shit

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acknowledgetheabsurd:

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