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tuggywuggy:

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i’ll be like 40 w/no kids and people will say “aw i’m so sorry for you” and i’ll be like how was the fucking wiggles reunion tour asshole i went to italy last week for fun and didn’t have to hire a sitter

This is a very sad mentality. To think oneself more important than that of progeny is the sign of a failed human life.

so the wiggles concert wasn’t as good as you thought it would be huh

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coalgirls:

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get this shit off my home page

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"Go to a party. Listen to the laughter, that brittle-tongued voice that says fun on the surface and fear underneath. Feel the tension, feel the pressure. Nobody really relaxes. They are faking it. Go to a ball game. Watch the fan in the stand. Watch the irrational fit of anger. Watch the uncontrolled frustration bubbling forth from people that masquerades under the guise of enthusiasm, or team spirit. Booing, cat-calls and unbridled egotism in the name of team loyalty. Drunkenness, fights in the stands. These are the people trying desperately to release tension from within. These are not people who are at peace with themselves. Watch the news on TV. Listen to the lyrics in popular songs. You find the same theme repeated over and over in variations. Jealousy, suffering, discontent and stress."

Mindfulness in Plain English - Henepola Gunaratana

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Uninstalling League of Legends has been the most productive thing I have ever done

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i hate when someone say something without actually saying anything at all

"be the best you you can be"

"other people’s opinion don’t matter"

"you are an awesome person"

do someone really remember these things when going through a bad situation? like if someone say to them that they are ugly or stupid, do they really say to themselves “I am an awesome person, I am an awesome person!!!” and if they do, does it work?

I feel like you can just throw these types of sentences whenever you come in a situation when someone needs some kind of advice or comfort but I wonder if there is more useful, even honest, things to say than these, for them alone seem empty and in the end useless.

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video game meme → [1/7] video games → mass effect (1,2,3)

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He kills because he wants to die, but doesn’t know how to.

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thusspokefriedrichnietzsche:

Nietzsche

thusspokefriedrichnietzsche:

Nietzsche

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sansalayned:

Soft-spoken sweet-smelling Sansa, who loved silks, songs, chivalry and tall gallant knights with handsome faces.

People talking about Sansa (requested by sansaxstark.)

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I gave Brandon my favor to wear, and never comforted Petyr once after he was wounded, nor bid him farewell when Father sent him off. And when Brandon was murdered and Father told me I must wed his brother, I did so gladly, though I never saw Ned’s face until our wedding day. I gave my maidenhood to this solemn stranger and sent him off to his war and his king and the woman who bore him his bastard, because I always did my duty.

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Just one scary graph (x)
I don’t think anyone needs to explain what is wrong with this and why Islam needs extensive reform.

Just one scary graph (x)

I don’t think anyone needs to explain what is wrong with this and why Islam needs extensive reform.

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We believe that Islam badly needs to be reformed, and it is only Muslims who can truly make it into a modern religion. But it is the likes of Reza Aslan who act as a deterrent to change by refusing to acknowledge real complications within the scripture and by actively promoting half-truths. Bigotry against Muslims is a real and pressing problem, but one can criticize the Islamic ideology without treating Muslims as themselves problematic or incapable of reform.

There are true Muslim reformists who are willing to call a spade a spade while working for the true betterment of their peoples — but their voices are drowned out by the noise of apologists who are all-too-often aided by the Western left. Those who accept distortions in order to hold on to a comforting dream-world where Islamic fundamentalism is merely an aberration are harming reform by encouraging apologists.

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2014/10/05/reza-aslan-is-wrong-about-islam-and-this-is-why/

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Ben Affleck speaks about Islamophobia X

Ben Affleck needs to understand the difference between attacking ideas and attacking people. Of course, this gets 80k notes because he throws a tantrum on TV (he doesn’t even have a clear argument). But oh, who will throw a tantrum about the execution of a man for heresy in Iran? Who will throw a tantrum about the unespeakable crime against humanity that is Sharia law? (and who can seriously tell anyone that sharia law has nothing to do with islam)

Of interest: x x

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acknowledgetheabsurd:

[x]

acknowledgetheabsurd:

[x]

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