life is all about tough decisions
getting enough sleep or staying on the internet
Just found out there are two Bones in my shin, and two shins on my body. That’s four Bones. Fuck this shit
dude thats not even the worst of it. go look up what your ribs are made of
OK, i will, but I’m warning you if it’s bones I’m gonna be so pissed off
"Being an anti-communist in 1945 was seen as almost the same as being a nazi, which was the equivalent of a death sentence, at least politically. Half of Europe was occupied by the Red Army. In the other half - France and Italy - the communists, although they were not in power, dominated the game, orchestrating bloody purges under the pretext of punishing collaborators, when in fact they were settling scores, liquidating their adversaries and imposing themselves on others through terror. In France, the number of arbitrary arrests made in the summer of 1944 is estimated at over 600,000, the number of summary executions in wild purges at about 40,000, not counting those sentenced in the legal purges and the social exclusion of several tens of thousands of French people for ‘national indignity’. ‘It took me a long time,’ the former communist Annie Kriegel writes in her memoirs, ‘to understand, as a historian, that instrumentalised, the purges in the minds of the communists were not so much a procedure for eliminating ‘traitors’ as a way of dissolving political and social institutions and forces that could have opposed their hegemony."
- Dominique Venner (via hierarchical-aestheticism)
top fifty episodes || buffy the vampire slayer
↳ 50. Bargaining, Part One
So, there’s been a lot of talk recently about shipping vs. advocating for LGBTQ representation, especially in television. While I won’t get into the debate, since I honestly think a well-informed fan can easily do both, I do have something more to add. I want, like so many…
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD SOMEONE TELL ME WHO THIS GUY IS
Russell Howard is a national treasure.
Always reblog Russell Howard
When I was a kid I thought your 20s were supposed to be fun, not filled with perpetual anxiety about financial stability and constantly feeling like an unaccomplished piece of shit.
That’s because it was fun for baby boomers and they basically gave us this impression it would always be like that, but then they ruined the economy.
(Source: curseofthefanartlords, via txlover)