1. (Source: boxofclouds68)

  2. http://renlybaratheon.tumblr.com/post/95887048124/wyattsalazar-the-you-live-with-your-parents →

    wyattsalazar:

    the “you live with your parents” insult is really flaccid because a metric shitton of cultures don’t see “leave the house forever” as some grandiose moment of liberation that’s so important to the development of a person that it has to happen as fast as possible. until i came to the USA i didn’t know a single person who was pressured by their parents to leave the house because they’re “too old to stay there” or whatever. in puerto rico it is really common to stay with your parents until they and you are both stable enough that you can leave. whaddaya know, there are cultures that don’t place a stigma on being poor or wanting to care for your family or needing your family to care for you for some other reason.

    I remember once reading this guy who said that he was so broke that for a year he ate nothing but baked beans, and because he was American I couldn’t be sure if he was all alone in the world or had simply moved out of his parents’ house.

  3. I like how the brain scan made him look like he had cat ears

    I like how the brain scan made him look like he had cat ears

  4. shortformblog:


kohenari:

On the left is a paragraph from the New York Times about Mike Brown’s “troubled” teenage years; on the right is a paragraph from Rolling Stone about Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the Boston Marathon bombers.
What could possibly account for the difference in presentation of these two teenagers?
And let’s remember that one was unarmed when he was shot to death by a police officer who stopped him for walking in the street after allegedly stealing some cigars and pushing a store clerk, while the other was taken alive after allegedly setting off a bomb at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing a police officer, engaging in a shootout with a host of other police officers, and then hiding from a full-scale manhunt.

There’s some line editor up in the Times building right now, pondering whether they did enough editing on this piece.

    shortformblog:

    kohenari:

    On the left is a paragraph from the New York Times about Mike Brown’s “troubled” teenage years; on the right is a paragraph from Rolling Stone about Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the Boston Marathon bombers.

    What could possibly account for the difference in presentation of these two teenagers?

    And let’s remember that one was unarmed when he was shot to death by a police officer who stopped him for walking in the street after allegedly stealing some cigars and pushing a store clerk, while the other was taken alive after allegedly setting off a bomb at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing a police officer, engaging in a shootout with a host of other police officers, and then hiding from a full-scale manhunt.

    There’s some line editor up in the Times building right now, pondering whether they did enough editing on this piece.

  5. (Source: scottsmmers)

  6. love02bthings:

via Tutt’Art

    love02bthings:

    via Tutt’Art

  7. kisu-no-hi:


Little red riding hood was too curious.

    kisu-no-hi:

    Little red riding hood was too curious.

  8. mads being a total cutie @ the salvation screening [x]

    (Source: mikkelbabe)