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Must stop googling and reading online of the current Israeli invasion of the Gaza. Must drink whiskey, smoke a cigarette and watch the new True Blood.

Perhaps the fact
that I chased a boy
who ripped me to shreds
says a lot more
about me
than it did about him.
– Michelle K., Lessons Learned.  (via wordsnquotes)

(Source: , via wordsnquotes)

aboyvenus:

It’s true.

!

aboyvenus:

It’s true.

!

Apparently I’m that girl, the one that needs closure. The one that’s unwilling to accept that sometimes people in your life vanish into thin air.
Claire Contreras, Catch Me (via reading-is—breathing)
See, Lisa Simpson gets it.

See, Lisa Simpson gets it.

(via 90s90s90s)

theworldstandswithpalestine:

Melbourne protest for Gaza, July 19. 2014.

My paternal grandmother is of Palestinian decent and was even born there. Upon the creation of the state of Israel following World War 2 as a land for the Jewish people to call their own (after their immense genocide by the Nazis), many native Palestinians were expelled from their homes to make way for the incoming flux of Jewish settlers. The people that remained in Palestine and did not become refugees were, over time, moved and isolated to areas along what is referred to as the Gaza Strip and made second class citizens with no rights in the land. My grandmother and her family were expelled as well, leading to her brother promising her to my grandfather (of Jordanian descent, a country where many Palestinian refugees fled to and still reside today) as a wife. 

The culture’s lack of female consent of their own marriages aside, this sickens me. The notion that the world would expel one people from their homes as some sort of reparation of that exact thing being done to another people is a sad indicator that history tends to repeat itself. As well as the idea that those defining themselves as Israelis would even desire for the same atrocities to be done to another people, even if in the name of them gaining the land that is now (and hasn’t even been for 100 years) Israel. While I do not know them, it is most certain that this tragedy is first hand affecting some distant relative of my mine still in Palestine (as it did my grandmother). And with the thought of both my family or otherwise in mind, I pray and hope that in the end this senseless blood shed, invasion and genocide ends; as well as aids in the establish of actual rights for the Palestinian people and a recreation of the state of Israel as not the land promised to them (Israeli Jews) as they are the “chosen people,” but a land embracing of all people - both originally of that land and otherwise.

theworldstandswithpalestine:

Melbourne protest for Gaza, July 19. 2014.

My paternal grandmother is of Palestinian decent and was even born there. Upon the creation of the state of Israel following World War 2 as a land for the Jewish people to call their own (after their immense genocide by the Nazis), many native Palestinians were expelled from their homes to make way for the incoming flux of Jewish settlers. The people that remained in Palestine and did not become refugees were, over time, moved and isolated to areas along what is referred to as the Gaza Strip and made second class citizens with no rights in the land. My grandmother and her family were expelled as well, leading to her brother promising her to my grandfather (of Jordanian descent, a country where many Palestinian refugees fled to and still reside today) as a wife. The culture’s lack of female consent of their own marriages aside, this sickens me. The notion that the world would expel one people from their homes as some sort of reparation of that exact thing being done to another people is a sad indicator that history tends to repeat itself. As well as the idea that those defining themselves as Israelis would even desire for the same atrocities to be done to another people, even if in the name of them gaining the land that is now (and hasn’t even been for 100 years) Israel.

While I do not know them, it is most certain that this tragedy is first hand affecting some distant relative of my mine still in Palestine (as it did my grandmother). And with the thought of both my family or otherwise in mind, I pray and hope that in the end this senseless blood shed, invasion and genocide ends; as well as aids in the establish of actual rights for the Palestinian people and a recreation of the state of Israel as not the land promised to them (Israeli Jews) as they are the “chosen people,” but a land embracing of all people - both originally of that land and otherwise.

(via honeymilkmoon)

sixpenceee:

Sometimes the internet can be a great place. 

Mens Rights Forums aside, Reddit users remind us of the commendable compassion of complete strangers.

(via thefuuuucomics)

covocal:

the fact that people think in different accents really gets to me 

(Source: covocal, via thefuuuucomics)

triple-six-kicks:

Me right now

Amen.

triple-six-kicks:

Me right now

Amen.

comedycentralstandup:

Your Joke of the Day from Whitney Cummings. Her all-new special “I Love You,” premieres Saturday, June 28 at 11/10c, but it’s also available RIGHT NOW for just $5 on CC:Direct.  

comedycentralstandup:

Your Joke of the Day from Whitney Cummings. Her all-new special “I Love You,” premieres Saturday, June 28 at 11/10c, but it’s also available RIGHT NOW for just $5 on CC:Direct.  

Must stop googling and reading online of the current Israeli invasion of the Gaza. Must drink whiskey, smoke a cigarette and watch the new True Blood.

Pacific Light [VIDEO]

(Source: itscolossal, via showslow)

Perhaps the fact
that I chased a boy
who ripped me to shreds
says a lot more
about me
than it did about him.
– Michelle K., Lessons Learned.  (via wordsnquotes)

(Source: , via wordsnquotes)

aboyvenus:

It’s true.

!

aboyvenus:

It’s true.

!

Apparently I’m that girl, the one that needs closure. The one that’s unwilling to accept that sometimes people in your life vanish into thin air.
Claire Contreras, Catch Me (via reading-is—breathing)
See, Lisa Simpson gets it.

See, Lisa Simpson gets it.

(via 90s90s90s)

theworldstandswithpalestine:

Melbourne protest for Gaza, July 19. 2014.

My paternal grandmother is of Palestinian decent and was even born there. Upon the creation of the state of Israel following World War 2 as a land for the Jewish people to call their own (after their immense genocide by the Nazis), many native Palestinians were expelled from their homes to make way for the incoming flux of Jewish settlers. The people that remained in Palestine and did not become refugees were, over time, moved and isolated to areas along what is referred to as the Gaza Strip and made second class citizens with no rights in the land. My grandmother and her family were expelled as well, leading to her brother promising her to my grandfather (of Jordanian descent, a country where many Palestinian refugees fled to and still reside today) as a wife. 

The culture’s lack of female consent of their own marriages aside, this sickens me. The notion that the world would expel one people from their homes as some sort of reparation of that exact thing being done to another people is a sad indicator that history tends to repeat itself. As well as the idea that those defining themselves as Israelis would even desire for the same atrocities to be done to another people, even if in the name of them gaining the land that is now (and hasn’t even been for 100 years) Israel. While I do not know them, it is most certain that this tragedy is first hand affecting some distant relative of my mine still in Palestine (as it did my grandmother). And with the thought of both my family or otherwise in mind, I pray and hope that in the end this senseless blood shed, invasion and genocide ends; as well as aids in the establish of actual rights for the Palestinian people and a recreation of the state of Israel as not the land promised to them (Israeli Jews) as they are the “chosen people,” but a land embracing of all people - both originally of that land and otherwise.

theworldstandswithpalestine:

Melbourne protest for Gaza, July 19. 2014.

My paternal grandmother is of Palestinian decent and was even born there. Upon the creation of the state of Israel following World War 2 as a land for the Jewish people to call their own (after their immense genocide by the Nazis), many native Palestinians were expelled from their homes to make way for the incoming flux of Jewish settlers. The people that remained in Palestine and did not become refugees were, over time, moved and isolated to areas along what is referred to as the Gaza Strip and made second class citizens with no rights in the land. My grandmother and her family were expelled as well, leading to her brother promising her to my grandfather (of Jordanian descent, a country where many Palestinian refugees fled to and still reside today) as a wife. The culture’s lack of female consent of their own marriages aside, this sickens me. The notion that the world would expel one people from their homes as some sort of reparation of that exact thing being done to another people is a sad indicator that history tends to repeat itself. As well as the idea that those defining themselves as Israelis would even desire for the same atrocities to be done to another people, even if in the name of them gaining the land that is now (and hasn’t even been for 100 years) Israel.

While I do not know them, it is most certain that this tragedy is first hand affecting some distant relative of my mine still in Palestine (as it did my grandmother). And with the thought of both my family or otherwise in mind, I pray and hope that in the end this senseless blood shed, invasion and genocide ends; as well as aids in the establish of actual rights for the Palestinian people and a recreation of the state of Israel as not the land promised to them (Israeli Jews) as they are the “chosen people,” but a land embracing of all people - both originally of that land and otherwise.

(via honeymilkmoon)

sixpenceee:

Sometimes the internet can be a great place. 

Mens Rights Forums aside, Reddit users remind us of the commendable compassion of complete strangers.

(via thefuuuucomics)

covocal:

the fact that people think in different accents really gets to me 

(Source: covocal, via thefuuuucomics)

triple-six-kicks:

Me right now

Amen.

triple-six-kicks:

Me right now

Amen.

comedycentralstandup:

Your Joke of the Day from Whitney Cummings. Her all-new special “I Love You,” premieres Saturday, June 28 at 11/10c, but it’s also available RIGHT NOW for just $5 on CC:Direct.  

comedycentralstandup:

Your Joke of the Day from Whitney Cummings. Her all-new special “I Love You,” premieres Saturday, June 28 at 11/10c, but it’s also available RIGHT NOW for just $5 on CC:Direct.  

"Perhaps the fact
that I chased a boy
who ripped me to shreds
says a lot more
about me
than it did about him."
"Apparently I’m that girl, the one that needs closure. The one that’s unwilling to accept that sometimes people in your life vanish into thin air."

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