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England: colour
America: color
England: humour
America: humor
England: flavour
America: flavor
England: what are you doing
America: getting rid of u lmao

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You would think that teenagers would be the rudest customers when really it’s mostly old, middle-aged people. 

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Environ Health Perspective, 2009 January, Vol. 117, No. 1, pages A20 - A27

The effects of light pollution by Jeremy Stanley. 


Environ Health Perspective, 2009 January, Vol. 117, No. 1, pages A20 - A27


The effects of light pollution by Jeremy Stanley. 

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"If you’ve done no wrong, surely the courts will look on you as innocent before proving you guilty."

I can’t even come up with irony for that, because shitstains like this make sure this never REACHES court.

He’s burying himself and hiding becuase he knows, he KNOWS he did wrong. He KNOWS He fucked up.

And he knows that the system that has gone to great lengths to ensure he won’t suffer anything worse than a suspension of ‘being fired’ can’t protect him from people who know his face, his name, and everything else.

Because he knows his face now is more memorized and circulated than Edward Snowden.

And he can’t hide from the fucking world.

Ferguson Officer Byran P Willman, the man who murdered Mike Brown, is comfortably sitting at home changing his facebook name to a cartoon character and going “tee hee no one will find me now!!”

Use his full name as often as possible, make it immediately come up when you google Ferguson or Michael Brown.

Make sure his name is marked in fucking history. They can’t fucking hide anymore.

Hey guys, remember how vigilante justice worked last time?


"The St. Louis resident said her stepson is a 32-year-old police dispatcher in St. Ann, Mo., and before that a manager at a dollar store. He has never worked as a police officer — not in Ferguson or anywhere else, she said."

But congrats everyone! You made this guy’s stepmother terrified for her life! You must all feel reeeeall proud of yourselves right now!

"Wow, this is not good," said Warnack, as she began to cry on the steps of her home, which sits along a busy road.
"I guess I’m going to have to sleep with my gun and put cameras on the house," she said. "Now I have to defend myself and I didn’t do anything wrong."

Seriously, this is a disgrace and I’m fucking pissed. I blame Anonymous first and foremost for this fuck-up, but everyone believing them without any outside insight is also to blame.

Seriously. Do. Not. Trust. Anonymous.

ARTICLES: The Daily Dot. The NY Times


whoa, fuckfaces doxing someone without a confirmed reason to?

How uncommon. 

It’s a rare sighting indeed

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"Police brutality has gone too far!"

"Only police should be allowed access to guns!"


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A few days into this Tumblr thing and I’ve discovered what “Otherkin” means for the first time…ugh.

cool looks like you should do sone more research then so you dont jump to conclusions about a community heavily overrun…

"not really. the most general definition of otherkin is someone who identifies as or with something nonhuman. so while some may feel that they are part ___, many either identify wholly nonhuman or completely human with just a connection to something else."

…So either part, whole or “connected”. Got it. Still an eye roller. Moving on now.

cool way to be an ass.

Am I supposed to pretend to relate to or like something that seems ridiculous and stupid?

no, youre supposed to respect it, not call it stupid, and not roll your eyes at it when you still only know a fraction of what it is. calm the fuck down and get over yourself.

Pretty sure I am calm. But, no, I’m not going to respect it if it doesn’t seem like it’s something deserving of respect.

and what exactly has it done to you to not deserve respect?

  1. 1.
    a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.
    "the director had a lot of respect for Douglas as an actor”
    synonyms:esteemregard, high opinion, admirationreverencedeferencehonor
    "the respect due to a great artist"
  2. 2.
    a particular aspect, point, or detail.
    "the government’s record in this respect is a mixed one”
    "the report was accurate in every respect"
  1. 1.
    admire (someone or something) deeply, as a result of their abilities, qualities, or achievements.
    "she was respected by everyone she worked with"
    synonyms:esteemadmire, think highly of, have a high opinion of, hold in high regard, hold in (high) esteem, look up to, reverereverencehonor
    "she is highly respected in the book industry"

oh so i guess a dictionary fucking definition negates the fact that you should have some basic fucking respect for a group of people you know nothing about, considering theres nothing thats been done to lose your respect either.

explain to me then why people say things like “i respect your opinion” when they dont share the same opinion? why do people say things like “show your teachers some respect” when you tell them you dont like the teacher? its not like theyre telling you to completely change the way you conduct yourself, theyre telling you to be mindful of them and not be rude or arrogant.

The point of posting the definition, if you care to read it, is to demonstrate that respect is to be earned by abilities or stature. I don’t just respect things because it’s someone else’s opinion. I respect your right to that opinion, sure. But do I respect your opinion or belief outright just because you have it? Nope. Doesn’t work that way. 

deference to a right, privilege, privileged position, or someone or something considered to have certain rights or privileges; proper acceptance or courtesy; acknowledgment:
respect for a suspect’s right to counsel; to show respect for the flag; respect for the elderly.

from dictionary.com. oh. so uh… tell me again why you only adhere to SOME definitions of a word?

Pretty sure your definition applies to what I am saying as well. You are asking me to respect something, or to show courtesy or acceptance to something, simply because it exists. The simple response, in case you haven’t gotten it so far, is “no thank you”. This idea of respecting some opinion, simply because it is the opinion of others, is rather ridiculous. That’s like saying “I believe a giant potato created the universe” then crying fowl when someone doesn’t “respect” your opinion. If your opinion is not deserving of respect, then it won’t receive it.

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tbh i think we should put all the right wing conservative repubs in texas and berlin wall them and let the rest of the country get on with its life

Cool it FDR. First you pull that shit on the Japanese back in WW2, then you try to use “Berlin wall” as a…

Why wall in the republicans when you can assign all of them an Elephant Patch to wear, send them to a detention center, tattoo a serial number on their arms, and then just execute them and kick their bodies into a mass grave?

Don’t go giving them any ideas.

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