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commanderbishoujo:

dandelionofthanatos:

tiny snake
i
do not think this is going to work out as planned
i mean i admire your tenacity but

shh let that little baby dream ok

commanderbishoujo:

dandelionofthanatos:

tiny snake

i

do not think this is going to work out as planned

i mean i admire your tenacity but

shh let that little baby dream ok

"I don’t give a shit about being approachable…" - Aubrey Plaza

eartheld:

rotten-envy:

not all those who wander are lost ☮

mostly nature

eartheld:

rotten-envy:

not all those who wander are lost ☮

mostly nature
food-and-cake-escape:

foodandcakeescape.tumblr.com

I want to build gundams but $$$$$ so

Does my uniform make me look fat?
— Insecurity guard (via lamapalooza)
trophytruck760:

Useful
Jean Is Dead
Descendents
Milo Goes to College
168 plays

war-boots:

stupidlullabies:

18. A song by an 80s punk band.

Milo Goes to College is required listening for everyone. EVERYONE.

one of the few songs i like from them


Martin Starr and James Franco behind the scenes of Freaks and Geeks (1999-2000)

Martin Starr and James Franco behind the scenes of Freaks and Geeks (1999-2000)

The power of negative thinking →

vivavagina:

"One cannot be autonomous as long as one is driven by relationship dynamics, by guilt or attachemnt needs, by hunger for success, by the fear of the boss or by fear of boredom. The reason is simple: autonomy is impossible as long as one is driven by anything. Like a leaf blown…


between two worlds by (daylessday)
believe-out-loud:

Gay Games 2014: Sponsored By Cleveland’s United Church Of Christ by Rev. Dr. J. Bennett Guess
A generation of young Americans is rejecting Christianity because they widely perceive it to be anti-gay and, as such, “shallow,” “anti-intellectual,” “insincere,” and even “hypocritical.”
That wasn’t the finding of some ultraliberal gay group, but rather the conclusion reached by conservative Christian pollsters, the Barna Group, who conducted a groundbreaking study in the mid-2000s and found “overwhelmingly negative views” of Christians by many millennials and generation Xers, tied closely to the faith’s perceived anti-gay bias.
As an openly gay clergyperson, I wasn’t all that surprised by the findings, because I straddle these two seemingly opposing worlds.
I live my life in the crossfire, and I’ve experienced the anti-gay vitriol often associated with anything and everything “church”…
Read More
Photo Source: theunquietlibrarian

Got my gay games bracelet on right nowww

believe-out-loud:

Gay Games 2014: Sponsored By Cleveland’s United Church Of Christ by Rev. Dr. J. Bennett Guess

A generation of young Americans is rejecting Christianity because they widely perceive it to be anti-gay and, as such, “shallow,” “anti-intellectual,” “insincere,” and even “hypocritical.”

That wasn’t the finding of some ultraliberal gay group, but rather the conclusion reached by conservative Christian pollsters, the Barna Group, who conducted a groundbreaking study in the mid-2000s and found “overwhelmingly negative views” of Christians by many millennials and generation Xers, tied closely to the faith’s perceived anti-gay bias.

As an openly gay clergyperson, I wasn’t all that surprised by the findings, because I straddle these two seemingly opposing worlds.

I live my life in the crossfire, and I’ve experienced the anti-gay vitriol often associated with anything and everything “church”…

Read More

Photo Source: theunquietlibrarian

Got my gay games bracelet on right nowww