Can you wake up a different person?

Can you wake up a different person?

witchcraft-y:

this gives me life and inspires me to step up my lipstick game

witchcraft-y:

this gives me life and inspires me to step up my lipstick game

(via turning-back-into-soil)

jugganaughts:

Pete Best released an album in 1965 called “Best of the Beatles” that contained no Beatles music but fooled so many people into buying it that it was investigated for consumer fraud. The case was dropped because no fraud had been committed, he was Best, of the Beatles.

(via irene-sherlocked-adler)

mothernaturenetwork:

Imagine a tree that grows 40 kinds of fruitUsing a common technique called grafting, artist Sam Van Aken is developing a tree that bears a variety of different fruits.

mothernaturenetwork:

Imagine a tree that grows 40 kinds of fruit
Using a common technique called grafting, artist Sam Van Aken is developing a tree that bears a variety of different fruits.

willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe
(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)
willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe
(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)
willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe
(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)
willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe
(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)
willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe
(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)
willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe
(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)
willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe
(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)
willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe
(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)
willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe
(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)
willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe
(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)

willidleaway:

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Star Trek’s 1967 Halloween special, presenting the fourth worst poetry in the Universe

(and let’s face it, at least it’s no Star Wars Holiday Special)

(via sherokutakari)

micdotcom:

5 disturbing facts about police militarization in America

Those cops in riot armor beating and tear-gassing protesters in Ferguson didn’t drop out of thin air. As American police continue to receive billions in military-grade equipment free or subsidized by the Pentagon and Homeland Security, they’ve predictably started to act more like a military force in hostile territory than the public’s protectors.
Facts from ACLU report show just how big the problem has become | Follow micdotcom
micdotcom:

5 disturbing facts about police militarization in America

Those cops in riot armor beating and tear-gassing protesters in Ferguson didn’t drop out of thin air. As American police continue to receive billions in military-grade equipment free or subsidized by the Pentagon and Homeland Security, they’ve predictably started to act more like a military force in hostile territory than the public’s protectors.
Facts from ACLU report show just how big the problem has become | Follow micdotcom
micdotcom:

5 disturbing facts about police militarization in America

Those cops in riot armor beating and tear-gassing protesters in Ferguson didn’t drop out of thin air. As American police continue to receive billions in military-grade equipment free or subsidized by the Pentagon and Homeland Security, they’ve predictably started to act more like a military force in hostile territory than the public’s protectors.
Facts from ACLU report show just how big the problem has become | Follow micdotcom
micdotcom:

5 disturbing facts about police militarization in America

Those cops in riot armor beating and tear-gassing protesters in Ferguson didn’t drop out of thin air. As American police continue to receive billions in military-grade equipment free or subsidized by the Pentagon and Homeland Security, they’ve predictably started to act more like a military force in hostile territory than the public’s protectors.
Facts from ACLU report show just how big the problem has become | Follow micdotcom
micdotcom:

5 disturbing facts about police militarization in America

Those cops in riot armor beating and tear-gassing protesters in Ferguson didn’t drop out of thin air. As American police continue to receive billions in military-grade equipment free or subsidized by the Pentagon and Homeland Security, they’ve predictably started to act more like a military force in hostile territory than the public’s protectors.
Facts from ACLU report show just how big the problem has become | Follow micdotcom
micdotcom:

5 disturbing facts about police militarization in America

Those cops in riot armor beating and tear-gassing protesters in Ferguson didn’t drop out of thin air. As American police continue to receive billions in military-grade equipment free or subsidized by the Pentagon and Homeland Security, they’ve predictably started to act more like a military force in hostile territory than the public’s protectors.
Facts from ACLU report show just how big the problem has become | Follow micdotcom

micdotcom:

5 disturbing facts about police militarization in America

Those cops in riot armor beating and tear-gassing protesters in Ferguson didn’t drop out of thin air. As American police continue to receive billions in military-grade equipment free or subsidized by the Pentagon and Homeland Security, they’ve predictably started to act more like a military force in hostile territory than the public’s protectors.

Facts from ACLU report show just how big the problem has become Follow micdotcom

(via upworthy)

littleblueartist:


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littleblueartist:


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littleblueartist:


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littleblueartist:


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littleblueartist:

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(via best-of-text-posts)

chicagno:

oh i think i will animals

chicagno:

oh i think i will animals

(via lesbianwarfare)

westerosimatriarchy:

When people say they don’t want their kids ‘influenced’ by seeing homosexuality portrayed on tv, in books, in public, etc, what they’re really saying is ‘if my kid isn’t straight, I want them to be too uneducated to understand so they’ll be forced to stay in the closet and it doesn’t become my responsibility to face things that make me uncomfortable’

(via lesbianwarfare)