Female, 16, NYC. Just trying to get through high school at the moment. White, INTJ, she/her pronouns.

 

lovejoybliss:

sinnersandstars:

no-this-is-jarod:

they got mad

Well yeah when you make the song about the lead singers’ fathers death into a goddamn joke I’d be mad too.

Heard it on the radio this morning.

lovejoybliss:

sinnersandstars:

no-this-is-jarod:

they got mad

Well yeah when you make the song about the lead singers’ fathers death into a goddamn joke I’d be mad too.

Heard it on the radio this morning.

starkchocolate:

high school is wanting to stay home because you’re so stressed but also wanting to go to school because you know you’re bound to miss something important if you miss even one day and it’s just a vicious downward cycle

gingerrogerss:

Success is terrifying. Like happiness, it is often appreciated in retrospect. It’s only later that you place it in perspective. Years from now, I’ll look back and say: "God, wasn’t it wonderful?"

Happy birthday Dame Julie Elizabeth Andrews! (October 1, 1935.)

conspiracytheorist79:

RT @mashable:

Jeopardy got itself into hot water Monday night by featuring a category called “What Women Want." Unfortunately, the category was not a cute play on words and was, instead, a series of clues spotlighting female stereotypes.

The Internet was quick to point out how problematic the category was with several people, including actress Sophia Bush, calling out the game show on Twitter for its blatant use of sexism.

BREAKING: Grand jury considering the Ferguson shooting is being investigated for misconduct

thepoliticalfreakshow:

The St. Louis County prosecutor’s office is investigating an accusation of misconduct on the grand jury that is hearing the case against the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown.

Ed Magee, the spokesman for county prosecutor Robert McCulloch, said they received the information from a “Twitter user” Wednesday morning.

“We are looking into the matter,” he said.

An account of possible jury misconduct surfaced Wednesday morning on Twitter, when several users sent messages about one juror who may have discussed evidence in the case with a friend.

In one of those messages, a person tweeted that they are friends with a member of the jury who doesn’t believe there is enough evidence to warrant an arrest of the officer, Darren Wilson.

The same person who tweeted about being friends with a member of the jury has also tweeted messages of support for Wilson.

Magee confirmed that the Twitter user and feed came from an activist, Shaun King.

The jury has been weighing evidence on the case since Aug. 20, within days of the Aug. 9 shooting. McCulloch told The Washington Post last week that both the FBI and county police’s investigations into the shooting are “pretty much done.” He also said that jurors should be done hearing all the evidence by later this month, but they could meet through mid-November.

Grand jury proceedings are confidential and if there has been a breach, the prosecutor’s office may have to start over with a newly empaneled group.

Source: Kimberly Kindy for The Washington Post

jasmineyutaka:

b-jihoo:

thecutestofthecute:

Friend has the sad???!!??!!!!!

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I’m coming friend I’ll save you from the sad!!

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I am here now you’re going to be okay!!!

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You are so beautiful and i love you!!!

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Precious Thing *-* ♥♥

Omg, I’m behave similarly…

thepoliticalfreakshow:

BREAKING: Michael Dunn Found Guilty of First-Degree Murder of Jordan Davis, Sentencing Will Occur On October 15th, Dunn Will Be Sentenced A Mandatory 25 Years To Life Without Parole In Prison, More Years For The Attempted Murder of Jordan’s Three Friends Will Be Added As Well, Dunn Faces A Total Of Close To 100 Years in Prison
On the second try, prosecutors secured a first degree murder conviction of Michael Dunn, the man who shot and killed 17-year-old Jordan Davis after a dispute over loud music at a Jacksonville convenience store.
Jurors found Dunn guilty of first-degree murder late Wednesday afternoon, more than seven months after another jury deadlocked on whether to convict Dunn of that charge. The racially tinged Stand Your Ground case sparked national outrage and evoked memories of Trayvon Martin and other shootings of young, black men in purported self-defense.
Jordan’s father Ron Davis said after the verdict Thursday that he “wanted Jacksonville to be an example” that you can have a jury made up of mostly white individuals, and still see justice. “ Let’s make sure the decisions we make … are based on witness’ testimony and the importance of the case and not a bias against one another,” he said.
The shooting occurred in the parking lot outside a Jacksonville convenience store, after Dunn asked the car of teens including Davis to turn their music down. His fiancée, Rhonda Rouer, says the last thing she heard him say was, “I hate that thug music.” Rouer was in the convenience store when she heard gunshots, and when she ran outside, he told her to get in the car and they drove away.
Dunn claimed he saw a gun and believed the boys were armed and dangerous. But police found no gun in the car. He said he heard Davis threaten to kill him, and responded by rolling down the window of his car and asking, “Are you talking to me?” Dunn and Rouer left the scene without calling 911 and spent the night in a hotel, as planned, and their testimony differed about what happened that night, and in the days that followed.
In February, Dunn was found guilty on three counts of second-degree attempted murder — one for each of three of Dunn’s friends who were also in the line of fire as Dunn fired ten rounds into their sport utility vehicle. The jury deadlocked on the first-degree murder charge, the judge declared a mistrial on the first degree murder count, allowing prosecutors to reach a new trial. Dunn faces a mandatory sentence of 25 years to life in prison without parole.
Just prior to that first trial, the State Attorney’s Office released a set of letters Dunn sent from prison revealing significant animus toward blacks. “The more time I am exposed to these people, the more prejudiced against them I become,” he said in one. “This jail is full of blacks and they all act like thugs,” he said in another.
The letters did not come into play during trial. But they reveal the sort of racial undertones that have been prominent in many Stand Your Ground cases. One study found that white defendants with black victims are far more likely to have their killings deem “justified” under the Stand Your Ground law, which was cited during the first trial. After that trial, one juror told ABC News that the reason for the deadlock was because several jurors believed Dunn was “justified” in shooting Davis under Florida’s self-defense laws. She pointed to a section of the jury instructions that includes the state’s notorious Stand Your Ground law as being central to their deliberations.

thepoliticalfreakshow:

BREAKING: Michael Dunn Found Guilty of First-Degree Murder of Jordan Davis, Sentencing Will Occur On October 15th, Dunn Will Be Sentenced A Mandatory 25 Years To Life Without Parole In Prison, More Years For The Attempted Murder of Jordan’s Three Friends Will Be Added As Well, Dunn Faces A Total Of Close To 100 Years in Prison

On the second try, prosecutors secured a first degree murder conviction of Michael Dunn, the man who shot and killed 17-year-old Jordan Davis after a dispute over loud music at a Jacksonville convenience store.

Jurors found Dunn guilty of first-degree murder late Wednesday afternoon, more than seven months after another jury deadlocked on whether to convict Dunn of that charge. The racially tinged Stand Your Ground case sparked national outrage and evoked memories of Trayvon Martin and other shootings of young, black men in purported self-defense.

Jordan’s father Ron Davis said after the verdict Thursday that he “wanted Jacksonville to be an example” that you can have a jury made up of mostly white individuals, and still see justice. “ Let’s make sure the decisions we make … are based on witness’ testimony and the importance of the case and not a bias against one another,” he said.

The shooting occurred in the parking lot outside a Jacksonville convenience store, after Dunn asked the car of teens including Davis to turn their music down. His fiancée, Rhonda Rouer, says the last thing she heard him say was, “I hate that thug music.” Rouer was in the convenience store when she heard gunshots, and when she ran outside, he told her to get in the car and they drove away.

Dunn claimed he saw a gun and believed the boys were armed and dangerous. But police found no gun in the car. He said he heard Davis threaten to kill him, and responded by rolling down the window of his car and asking, “Are you talking to me?” Dunn and Rouer left the scene without calling 911 and spent the night in a hotel, as planned, and their testimony differed about what happened that night, and in the days that followed.

In February, Dunn was found guilty on three counts of second-degree attempted murder — one for each of three of Dunn’s friends who were also in the line of fire as Dunn fired ten rounds into their sport utility vehicle. The jury deadlocked on the first-degree murder charge, the judge declared a mistrial on the first degree murder count, allowing prosecutors to reach a new trial. Dunn faces a mandatory sentence of 25 years to life in prison without parole.

Just prior to that first trial, the State Attorney’s Office released a set of letters Dunn sent from prison revealing significant animus toward blacks. “The more time I am exposed to these people, the more prejudiced against them I become,” he said in one. “This jail is full of blacks and they all act like thugs,” he said in another.

The letters did not come into play during trial. But they reveal the sort of racial undertones that have been prominent in many Stand Your Ground cases. One study found that white defendants with black victims are far more likely to have their killings deem “justified” under the Stand Your Ground law, which was cited during the first trial. After that trial, one juror told ABC News that the reason for the deadlock was because several jurors believed Dunn was “justified” in shooting Davis under Florida’s self-defense laws. She pointed to a section of the jury instructions that includes the state’s notorious Stand Your Ground law as being central to their deliberations.

arminsarmy:

marielovesgroban:

Don’t forget we have to wake up Green Day tomorrow.

Ok just a reminder to everyone: If you’re planning on tweeting billie joe armstrong “wake up” or something tomorrow, DON’T. The song is about his father’s death and so it’s really personal and treating it like a joke isn’t the right thing to do. Plus he’s asked so many times for people to stop and no one listens so yeah. Please don’t do that.

celticlokean:

supershawarmalock:

mmeadowss:

parenting done right

Never not reblog Morticia Addams

I love the expression on her face in the last one. “Can you believe she was going to use such a small blade?”

meatsingularity:

YES.
It kind of boggles my mind how I went on a FAFSA loan-avalanche ride for a 4-year degree, and IRS computers got fucked up on just the right 12 day stretch to blow my whole academic stretch out of the water.  At least it was right after I’d pulled my associate’s out of it.  :|  Not that it’s been able to, you know, help me get a fucking job or anything.
Pin the loan on the jobless sucka.

meatsingularity:

YES.

It kind of boggles my mind how I went on a FAFSA loan-avalanche ride for a 4-year degree, and IRS computers got fucked up on just the right 12 day stretch to blow my whole academic stretch out of the water.  At least it was right after I’d pulled my associate’s out of it.  :|  Not that it’s been able to, you know, help me get a fucking job or anything.

Pin the loan on the jobless sucka.

(Source: obamaflakes)

lesbiangrandmas:

randomfandomteacher:

heretical-hypothetical:

artigosaurus:

queen-of-dork:

i-am-a-cat-eins-zwei-drei:

debisanacronym1:

WHY ARE NONE OF YOU FUCKERS FLIPPING SHIT?!?

NASA HAS DECLARED PLUTO A PLANET AGAIN

IT HAS MOONS!!!!! IT HAS MOONS!!!!!!!

WHAT. WHAT! PLUTO YOU FUCKING DID IT!

VIVA LA PLUTO, YOU DID IT!!!

THE UNDERDOG

I can’t find a source. Does anyone have any? I won’t believe it until I get a source.

SOURCES
HERE