1. Gordon Biersch Blonde Bock and Nick Hornby “More Baths, Less Talking” #booksandbeer  (at Noodles and Company)

    Gordon Biersch Blonde Bock and Nick Hornby “More Baths, Less Talking” #booksandbeer (at Noodles and Company)

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  3. Anonymous said: CAN WE HAVE SOME MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE PAPER TOWNS MOVIE? I'm really excited :)

    fishingboatproceeds:

    JAKE SCHRIER (who made the amazing Robot and Frank) is directing it! He is a good man whose full name is just a Scrabble dream come true.

    My good friend NAT WOLFF is starring in it as Q!

    Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bown, and Isaac Klausner are producing it! (They also produced The Fault in Our Stars film.)

    Elizabeth Gabler and Erin Siminoff are guiding things at the studio, Fox 2000. (The same studio executives who made TFIOS.)

    The (REALLY REALLY GREAT) screenplay was written by Weber and Neustadter (who wrote TFIOS and The Spectacular Now and many other great movies.)

    Who is playing Margo? Radar? Ben? Angela? Lacey? Ruthie? I DON’T KNOW YET.

    When will it come out? JULY 31ST, 2015.

    Where will the movie be filmed? This has not quite been decided.

    Will I have a cameo? I DON’T KNOW BUT IF I DO IT WILL PROBABLY BE CUT FROM THE MOVIE PER TRADITION.

    so exciting!!!

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  4. sapphrikah:

SAY IT AGAIN

    sapphrikah:

    SAY IT AGAIN

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  5. The reason women are turning you down for casual sex seems to be that, for one thing, a lot of you are calling them sluts afterward. Also, a lot of you aren’t bothering to try to be good in bed.

    Terri Conley, professor of psychology and women’s studies at the University of Michigan ( link )

    welp.

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  6. faultinourstarsmovie:

Happy birthday, John Green! Wish we could give you a gift as great as the one you’ve given all of us.

    faultinourstarsmovie:

    Happy birthday, John Green! Wish we could give you a gift as great as the one you’ve given all of us.

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  7. Words to live by. Whiskey > water #watershortage #conservation  (at The Mission District)

    Words to live by. Whiskey > water #watershortage #conservation (at The Mission District)

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  8. sunvapor said: What the fucks happening in Ferguson?

    ananthymous:

    clehmentine:

    Alright, i’m gonna sit down and basically explain the situation in this ask so everyone of my followers knows why i’m so pissed.

    Michael Brown, a 17 - 18 year old african american boy was unlawfully shot (8-10 times supposedly) by police in St Louis, Missouri on saturday, august 9th, 2014. He was unarmed, and had done nothing to attract suspicion other than the fact that he was black. His body was left in the street for 4 hours. (beware: somewhat graphic image linked)

    There are several claims from witnesses (see: Dorian Johnson’s account and video [HIGHLY RECOMMEND READING UP ON HIS ACCOUNT, ITS VERY SPECIFIC] — Brown’s friend who experienced the situation first hand, La’Toya Cash and Phillip Walker— Ferguson residents nearby the incident),  that fall together in generally close claims. However, the only one who’s claim seems out of place is the police officer’s who shot Brown. Who, by the way, is put off on paid administrative leave AND who’s name remained under anonymity for his safety (However, attorney Benjamin Crump is looking for a way to force release his name). He claims that Brown began to wrestle the officer for his gun and tried attacking him after he told Brown and his friend Dorian Johnson (22) to “get the f*ck on the sidewalk”.

    According to Johnson, after a minor confrontation on the officer’s part where he grabbed Brown by the neck and then by the shirt, the officer pulled his gun on Brown and shot him at point blank range on the right side of his body. Brown and Johnson were able to get away briefly and started running. However, Brown was shot in the back, supposedly disabling him from getting very far. He turned around with his arms in the air and said “I don’t have a gun, stop shooting!” By this point, Brown and the officer were face to face as the cop shot him several times in the face and chest until he was finally dead. Johnson ran to his apartment and by the sound of his account, seemingly had some sort of panic attack. Later he emerged from his home to see Brown still laying in the streets. People were gathered with their cellphones, screaming at the police.

    According to msnbc, the police refuse to interview Johnson at all, despite his amazing courage to come forward. They didn’t wanna hear it. They only listened to the cop’s account of it all and were vague with the media on what they thought happened. They’ve also refused to commit to a timeline in releasing autopsy results and other investigation information.

    Numerous rumors are sweeping around such as Brown stealing candy from a QuickTrip, the store he emerged from calling the cops on him, Brown reaching for a gun, Brown attacking the cop first, ect. But these have all been debunked. (I know a lot of these have been debunked, but im having a hard time finding sources. if anyone could help out and link some legit ones id be SO grateful)

    The event in and of itself was terrible, but now it has escalated beyond belief. Around 100 or more people, mostly black, went to the police station to protest peacefully. Things quickly turned bad as martial law got involved and authorities were bringing in K9s, tanks, heavy artillery, ect. The heavy police presence only made things worse as riots began to break out and looting and vandalism started. [ x ] [ x ] [ x ]

    Now, as of very recently, the media has been banned from Ferguson. There is also a No-Fly zone above Ferguson for the reason of “ TO PROVIDE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES ” as said on the Federal Aviation Commission’s website. Cop cars are lined up on the borders to prevent people from entering/leaving. Media outlets are being threatened with arrest. It completely violates our amendments and everything.

    It’s becoming increasingly scary and difficult to find out whats going on over there. I’m afraid this is all the information I have, though. If anybody else knows anything about the situation, please feel free to add on or correct any mistakes i’ve made as i’m no expert on writing these things.

    And as a personal favor, i’d really appreciate anyone to give this a reblog in order to spread the word. I think it’s a shame that this is going on in our own country yet so few people know about it. Help me make this topic huge and get this as much attention as possible.

    The things happening in Ferguson right now are an atrocity. The lengths to which police and mainstream media have gone to frame justifiably angry Black Americans as the cause of the situation is despicable. I keep whiplashing between shock at how far it’s gone and “of course it went down like this”.

    Black Americans are not treated fairly in this country. 

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  9. atane:

elidutton:

owning-my-truth:

atane:

White “allies”

yup.

But if it was “white power” she’d be racist and probably beat. But you know, it’s whatever.

Black power ≠ white power
Black power = Resistance. A response to the abuse and subjugation of white supremacy. Recognizing the humanity of Blackness. Black people uplifting themselves from the margins. A rallying cry of self-love, self-actualization and autonomy. Black power does not mean the subjugation and abuse or torment of white people. It has never meant this and it never will. Show me the examples of “Black power” chants stripping whites of anything.
white power = white supremacy, subjugation, abuse and torment of everyone not white. Anywhere chants of “white power” ring, hatred follows behind. Look no further than the people who scream “white power” and why they say it.
This stuff is not hard to understand or figure out.
The fact that a white woman is in that Ferguson crowd unharmed is proof positive that a chant of “Black power” is not about dehumanizing, abusing, torturing or subjugating white people. Black people are not even in the position to do that. 
On the other hand, ask yourself, what would happen to a lone Black person in a crowd of white supremacists chanting “white power”? Would that black person be safe?
The ignorant think “Black power” means enacting to white people what “white power” has enacted to Black people.

Always reblog. The idea that white people and black people stand on equal footing is a farce and therefore to understand the vocabulary means also understanding the history behind it.

    atane:

    elidutton:

    owning-my-truth:

    atane:

    White “allies”

    yup.

    But if it was “white power” she’d be racist and probably beat. But you know, it’s whatever.

    Black power ≠ white power

    Black power = Resistance. A response to the abuse and subjugation of white supremacy. Recognizing the humanity of Blackness. Black people uplifting themselves from the margins. A rallying cry of self-love, self-actualization and autonomy. Black power does not mean the subjugation and abuse or torment of white people. It has never meant this and it never will. Show me the examples of “Black power” chants stripping whites of anything.

    white power = white supremacy, subjugation, abuse and torment of everyone not white. Anywhere chants of “white power” ring, hatred follows behind. Look no further than the people who scream “white power” and why they say it.

    This stuff is not hard to understand or figure out.

    The fact that a white woman is in that Ferguson crowd unharmed is proof positive that a chant of “Black power” is not about dehumanizing, abusing, torturing or subjugating white people. Black people are not even in the position to do that.

    On the other hand, ask yourself, what would happen to a lone Black person in a crowd of white supremacists chanting “white power”? Would that black person be safe?

    The ignorant think “Black power” means enacting to white people what “white power” has enacted to Black people.

    Always reblog. The idea that white people and black people stand on equal footing is a farce and therefore to understand the vocabulary means also understanding the history behind it.

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