Uncharacteristic… help?

sengedolma:

So guys, I just lost my grandmother. I have never really reached out to the Tumblr community before, but I literally have no idea what to do. Effectively coping, but hardly relating—I don’t know how to cry anymore. Please…

[I have never lost anyone (or for that matter, hardy anything)]

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Reblog if at some point you’ve tried to see if you had super powers.

livin-la-vida-loki-d:

tsunderage:

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anyone who doesn’t reblog this is a filthy liar

I try to see if I can use the force on a regular basis.

(Source: fuckyeahrandomstupidities)

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bleecake:

Un-Valentines from John Darnielle.

Inspired by this post and by crackity-joy who suggested the first one.

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alloutorg:

Over 100 schools in Georgia say ‘No Gays Allowed!’ – and still get $170 million from  the public to do it.
Georgia lawmakers want to add millions more to this voucher program that supports schools who explicitly ban gay and lesbian students. Politicians think this is about being re-elected, instead of about students being treated fairly. But, they won’t be able to ignore state education officials who’s job it is to make sure all Georgia students get the education they deserve. 
The Georgia School Superintendent, John D. Barge, could make it clear that outright discrimination is just not acceptable. So far he’s avoided this political controversy – so we need to give him a straightforward way to be heard by state legislators. We’re asking him to answer one simple question: Do you think gay or lesbian students should be expelled from publicly-funded schools for who they are? His answer can make equality, not partisanship, the priority.
Sign here to demand answers: www.allout.org/Georgia

alloutorg:

Over 100 schools in Georgia say ‘No Gays Allowed!’ – and still get $170 million from  the public to do it.

Georgia lawmakers want to add millions more to this voucher program that supports schools who explicitly ban gay and lesbian students. Politicians think this is about being re-elected, instead of about students being treated fairly. But, they won’t be able to ignore state education officials who’s job it is to make sure all Georgia students get the education they deserve. 

The Georgia School Superintendent, John D. Barge, could make it clear that outright discrimination is just not acceptable. So far he’s avoided this political controversy – so we need to give him a straightforward way to be heard by state legislators. We’re asking him to answer one simple question: Do you think gay or lesbian students should be expelled from publicly-funded schools for who they are? His answer can make equality, not partisanship, the priority.

Sign here to demand answers: www.allout.org/Georgia

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topherchris:

Joe Biden visits DC’s first Costco, buys entire pallet of beef jerky

topherchris:

Joe Biden visits DC’s first Costco, buys entire pallet of beef jerky

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As of right now

I have been up for 36 hours.
Buffy is currently my saving grace.

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yourheartofgoldturnedplatinum:

a boy i dated like two years ago just posted a status on facebook about how much he loves his girlfriend but last night he messaged me saying he misses me and if he ever got the chance he wouldnt hesitate to try and kiss me again and i have all the screenshots of that conversation that i am fully capable of sending to his girlfriend i have this kid right by the balls and i am holding the screenshots for the ransom of 25 taco bell chalupas 

(Source: violetunderground)

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