Jan. 27th, 2017

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I legit feel so fucking bad for Shia LaBeouf right now.

THE FIRST REASON

A nazi approaches him in his stream and he’s doing he’s saying some bad shit and then Shia continuously screams “HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US” in the dudes ear.

Man: 1488

Crowd: He will not divide us.

Man: We must insure the existence of white people-

Shia: HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US

*Crowd and Shia continues shouting the motto*

THE OTHER REASON

A man approaches Shia with his phone recording, here’s the video.

Man: Hey Shia! Hey!

Shia: Wassup, bro?

Man: Wassupppppp.

Shia: Bang bang.

Man: Hilter did nothing wrong

*Shia shoves the dude and walks away*

Man: Why did he attack me? 

And the thing is, Shia is a “bully” for doing this…. In the first video he stands up to a dude and in the second video you can even hear from the other man “Why did he attack me?”. Shia is jewish. He’s a bully for standing up to 2 nazi’s….

If anything he’s standing up to fucking bullies like y’all have the audacity to say that about him… What the actual fuck is wrong with everyone.

 a random dude punches a nazi and he’s a hero, but a jewish man standing up to nazis actively harassing him is a bully.

antisemitism doesn’t just look like nazis screaming white supremacy. it can also look like someone telling a jewish man he’s going “too far” by yelling over a white supremacist’s antisemitic rhetoric.

seriously ask yourself why you take issue with one but not the other.
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The first wave of the Machine Revolution has come. But it wasn’t from the A.I. of the supercomputers. The first wave was led by the vending machines.
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Yay for back to school😑
But at least my handwriting is looking nice tonight.
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bittytroyeboy:

Anyone else’s blogs turning into a mix of lighthearted fandom content and deeply upsetting politics? Cause mine is.
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artingkrusca:

so my main blogs currently in suspension limbo ^_T 

but heres some tentacles+fingering under cut (not…at the same time tho) from my twittr…

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Winter weather in northern latitudes sometimes brings with it unusual phenomena like this ice disk spinning in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River in Washington state. Photographer Kaylyn Messer ventured out to capture photos and videos of the event over the weekend. There are a couple theories as to how such disks form, but swirling river eddies are a key ingredient. One theory posits that chunks of ice forming on the river get caught up by the spinning eddy and slowly freeze together to form the disk. Another theory proposes that the disks occur when an existing chunk of ice breaks away, gets caught in the spinning eddy and slowly has its edges ground down into a circle. Personally, I lean toward the former explanation, though there is likely grinding at the edges either way. See more about this ice circle over at Messer’s blog.  (Image credit: K. Messer; GIF by @itscolossal; via Colossal)
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the-future-now:

Security expert: Trump should throw his unsecured Android phone into an incinerator

Trump is still reportedly using an unsecured personal device to reach 22 million people as @realDonaldTrump on Twitter and until Thursday afternoon, his @POTUS account was connected to a Gmail address.

It’s not just outrageously hypocritical, it’s also a major security risk
— a national “security disaster waiting to happen,” according to BuzzFeed.

Android Central investigated what phone Trump is likely using, and determined it’s “more than likely” a Samsung Galaxy S3, from 2012.

“Taking over a Galaxy S3 is not just the
stuff of intelligence agencies but the sort of project I would assign
for homework to advanced security students,” Nicholas Weaver, a researcher at the International Computer Science Institute at UC Berkeley, said in an email. “The question … is not whether his phone is compromised, but by how
many different intelligence agencies.”

The
unsecured device can be hacked and turned into an active live
microphone, Weaver mentioned.

If anyone is bringing this phone into
important government meetings, the consequences could be catastrophic. 

Trump is also “absolutely” vulnerable to a phishing scam, said cybersecurity expert Calvin Liu at Ventura ERM.  Read more

follow @the-future-now​

Remember when we thought Hillary was the devil for being careless with emails? Good times, America… Good times….

(No but seriously… all of that up there is pretty fucking terrifying.)
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refinery29:

Hari Nef is helping to normalize transwomen’s bodies and identities in a really important way that if you’re cisgender you may not have thought about

Nef goes on to explain the difference between her photoshoot with Velencoso, versus how transgender women are typically photographed in fashion editorials. “images of trans femmes being loved rarely exist outside of pornography,” Nef wore. “We tend to be hyper-sexualized and objectified within the cisgender gaze. Either that or we’re dehumanized as scum or (just as bad) untouchable goddesses.”

Photos: Twitter/Hari Nef

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writing-prompt-s:

Couples receive “parent points”, which they can use to purchase their children. Most parents wait for a few thousand, but you chose to buy the cheaper, 100 point child.

Shane knows what it’s like to be a 100 point child. He knows how it feels to see potential parents–potential families–come through the facilities doors, faces bright with excitement. He knows how it feels to see them reading the little plaques on the nursery doors, scanning the lists there for the right bits of knowledge and etiquette and grace that they want their baby to have.

He knows how it feels to see their faces pinch outside the window before they hurry to the next room.

Shane grew up in a 100 point nursery. They had torn, ratty, books and no teachers, and when snack time came, the tray was pushed through a slat in the door. They were called “unruly” and “damaged” and “stupid.” A lot of the other kids threw tantrums and broke furniture (and sometimes other kids). A lot of the other kids went quiet after the first few years when they realized they’d never be adopted until they were old enough (or pretty enough) to be useful. A lot of the kids cried and didn’t stop until they got taken away or were aged out.

Shane’s grown up a lot since aging out. He put himself through school, got himself a job, shed his 100 points like the torn clothes he’d left the facility in. He’s powerful now, successful, and he’s grown out of the twisted nose, big ears, and gap-toothed smile that had made him one of the less attractive 100 point babies. Or maybe he’s grown into them. Who’s to say?

It’s taken him a long time to get enough Parent Points to do what he wants. Being a man is, for once, somewhat hindering as most of society equates “parental” with “maternal.” He’s lost count of how many social workers have politely hid expressions of surprise when he told them he wanted to adopt stag, that he’s willing to take the classes, get the grades, make the oaths to get even one Parent Point.

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micdotcom:

GOP is happy to spend billions on Trump’s wall. Here’s what they wouldn’t pay for.

Trump is seeking billions of federal dollars to pay for his border wall between the United States and Mexico — an $8 to $14-billion price tag.

Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday he’s happy to foot the bill, even without a clear revenue source.

Yet for the past eight years, Republicans railed against bills that had hefty price tags and no clear source of funding

Including:

Health care for 9/11 first responders

Hurricane Sandy aid

The Flint water crisis

Zika virus funding

Only 37% of Americans support the border wall. Read more
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nanopup:

this years holocaust remembrance day is very important, given the current political climate. take today to remember the horrifying acts committed against jewish and romani people. take today to recognize the beginning of those same acts forming against PoC in america today. take today to resist those in power however you see fit, and after today, dont stop resisting. i am a jew still personally affected by the holocaust even 2 generations later. every jew is affected by the shoah, but there is a special pain to know what happened to your own family. or worse, not knowing what happened to the unknown people you see in old family photographs. we as a people will never be the same. remember the holocaust today. dont let this happen again.

non-jews are absolutely allowed/encouraged to reblog this

Since there are no date stamps on tumblr I wanted to add that Holocaust Remembrance Day is today. Jan 27th.
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the-future-now:

Let’s hop this simple solution sticks around (x) | follow @the-future-now

Medi-gel
Looks like Mass Effect was right

Sharing this because I want to see more about it and how it works.
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hahamagartconnect:

Octopus Typewriter by Courtney Brown

Like a relic recovered from a sunken ship, still hosting its former resident, Oakland artist Courtney Brown fashioned a typewriter I pray makes it as a backdrop for the next 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea remake. Brown used a 1938 Underwood typewriter affixed with sculpted bronze tentacles - a beautiful fright right out of your dreams or nightmares.

You choose.

@unfamiliargroundsquirrel @dearcredence

@flange5 For all your needs.

I adore it
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Water drinking tactic that is working really well for me:

I put a glass of water in the fridge. Whenever I wander by and open the fridge just because I’m bored, I drink half the glass, refill it, and put it back.

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