1. Here’s my outfit for today. If you see me at #DragonCon2014 say hi! #RatQueens #DragonCon

  2. Nice and Murasaki.

  3. magicbuffet:

    i need to go to bed


  4. feelknower1993:

    it’s so weird that learning about racism is totally a completely optional side quest for white people

    (via marinashutup)


  5. minervose:


    don’t u love how movies about the future changed it used to be like 

    woa flying cars


    woa holograms


    woa time travel


    and now its just like 






    to die in some horrible apocalypse 

    says a lot about out cultural state of mind

    (via marinashutup)

  6. theawkwardlifeofapsycho:

    Why is this not taught universally.

    (Source: sfgifs, via marinashutup)


  7. So let me get this straight…


    The Ferguson police department was forced to release an incident report with the freedom of information act by the ACLU.  When the ACLU gets the report it only has Michael Brown’s date of death and nothing about the incident and it was filed two days ago.

    So that means that the Darren Wilson never filed an incident report on killing a young man and his superiors covered that up by approving and making up an incident report.

    But he’s only on administrative leave?

    Right.  America.

    (via marinashutup)

  8. sohapppily:

    somewhere in pawnee, indiana tumblr user ben talltyrionlannister is really popular in the game of thrones fandom probably

    (via brain-confetti)

  9. gaynerdyandannoyed:



    Never forget that Ami tricked her classmate who couldn’t read English into thinking the lyrics to “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins were important space engineering documents.

    I called bullshit. I pulled up the episode.

    It’s real. Jesus fucking christ it’s real Kenny Loggins is in Sailor Moon what the actual shit.


    (via brain-confetti)

  10. kateordie:


    Cash raised for killer Mo. cop now surpasses Brown donations
    August 24, 2014

    Online fundraisers for Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson surpassed the amount of money raised for Michael Brown’s family as the officer’s supporters gathered at an afternoon rally Saturday.

    Supporters of Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., came toBarney’s Sports Pub in south St. Louis.

    "Many of us have received death threats toward ourselves and our families," said one speaker, wearing sunglasses, paint beneath her eyes and a baseball cap. "We will not hide. We will no longer live in fear … If you support Darren Wilson, make your voices heard."

    She refused to give the media her name, saying “You want my name? I am Darren Wilson. We are Darren Wilson.

    The media has shown a strong bias against Wilson supporters, the speaker said, drawing loud applause from the crowd.

    "We share the united belief that officer Wilson’s actions on Aug. 9 were warranted and justified and he has our unwavering support," the woman said.

    A crowd-funding page created for Wilson raised $235,010 from 5,902 people before organizers stopped accepting donations Friday after surpassing their goal of $100,000 in four days. The group then opened a new fundraising page, which already has more than $104,000.

    This amount surpasses the more than $214,000 raised in support of the Michael Brown Memorial Fund. According to the page, which was set up by Brown family lawyer Benjamin Crump, “the funds will assist his family with costs that they will acquire as they seek justice on Michael’s behalf.”

    The Support Darren Wilson group, which has more than 58,000 likes on Facebook, encouraged supporters who could not attend the rally to “blow up some Twitter accounts” with photos of supporters and the hashtag #‎iamdarrenwilson.


    Disheartening (though unsurprising) and thoroughly disgusting! 

    As the situation in Ferguson continues to be horrible, this is just one of many things that… You know what, is just so awful. It’s so awful. There is no reason to be financially or emotionally supporting a murderer, no matter your political or religious stance. I want to say I “can’t believe” it’s happening, but of course I can. It’s just awful. How can people be so cruel?

    Like most, I’m just watching these events from afar, feeling helpless, donating where I can to help Ferguson and its people. It never feels like enough, though.

    (via albinwonderland)