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if there’s any evidence of the world being an unfair place it’s this happening after nick never having seen an episode of adventure time in his life and only playing one legend of zelda game in freshman year of high school i’m FURIOUS

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conradtao:

Owen Pallett | Song For Five & Six

directed by Jeff Scheven
choreographed by Robert Binet
performed by dancers from Canada’s National Ballet School

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theonion:

Friend’s Threats To Come Visit Becoming Disturbingly More Genuine

theonion:

Friend’s Threats To Come Visit Becoming Disturbingly More Genuine

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Nothing changed after 13 people were killed at Columbine, or 33 at Virginia Tech, or 26 at Sandy hook. Each of those tragedies came with the same breaking news coverage as Columbine, but none generated the same sense of action because fewer and fewer people actually believed things could change. The last 15 years have been a lesson in how “never again” can be cowed into “I need a drink.”

And that’s insane. It’s an insane thing to have to accept that problem as an inevitability. It’s an insane reality to have to shrug off.

So, 15 years after Columbine rattled America to its core, people still get shot while they’re at school. People get shot while they’re at work. People get shot eating. People get shot drinking. People get shot watching movies, shopping, driving, swimming, skipping and playing baseball. It’s 2014 and in America people get shot doing basically any goddamn thing you can think of.

They don’t have to.
15 Years After Columbine, How “Never Again” Became “Oh Well” | Mother Jones (via thechosenjuan) _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
calypsoburch:

What are paws?

calypsoburch:

What are paws?

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tsundereteen:

the treat yoself 2011 episode of parks and recreation has honestly changed my life for the better

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But if these years have taught me anything it is this: you can never run away. Not ever. The only way out is in. Junot Díaz, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao (via splitterherzen) _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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