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Resort To: YOU HAVE ELECTED THE WAY OF PAIN MRW when this stupid goddamn mouse in the spare room evades my humane traps all week and I now have to resort to lethal measures. by JumpOrJerkOff MORE MEMES
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Resort To: THE "MODERN" SOCIETY Avocado Toast Houses the-iron-dragon-god: c-bassmeow: snapecrackelpop: c-bassmeow: Damn millenials Okay but like he had a point though? We, as a generation, waste a lot of money on dumb shit (like $5 coffees, eating out every day, and yes avocado toast). That’s not to say that we haven’t been dealt a really bad hand, economically speaking. But I really think we all ought to learn to tighten our purse strings a little bit…  While saving is indeed a good thing, this is not the reason we millennials cannot afford houses. Wages have been on the decline or stagnant for decades while the price of housing has skyrocketed. More and more jobs are being offered in cities where owning property let alone renting is impossible on your own. Whenever the poor want to “splurge” on let’s say a coffee or avocado toast (I have no idea what that is) it’s framed by the elite as some hedonistic, irrational splurge. It’s framed as if the rich are where they are because they were rational enough to save while the poor are just rabid wild animals who spend too much and refuse to save. The truth is that most Americans aren’t even saving there income… because they can’t.   (Graph courtesy of MotletFool the popular financial group) They literally can’t. Everything goes to the bills. If you look at the under 35 group, statistically speaking, millennials have a negative savings rate due to many barriers to entry that weren’t in place when our parents were alive and crippling college debt.  Even the generation above us is barely saving and these are people who aren’t burdened by college debt but instead many had to resort to credit cards to get by and thus have their own forms of debt. What’s left after the bills goes to making life bearable. I see nothing wrong with that. Poverty and lack of opportunity is not a function of the poor and middle class people being too stupid to save. They literally can’t save. Rational choice theory (the free market theory where anything bad that happens to you is solely a product of your bad choices and not society at large) can only go so far in explaining our position in the world. Saving is indeed good, but in order to stress saving… we must have adequate wages and a healthy economic environment that allow us the opportunity to save.  sidenote: The other irony about capitalism especially the American kind is that over 70% of our GDP is consumption, so that means the health of the American economy literally depends on us “wasting” money on stupid shit to boost corporations. SO it’s a very strange paradox -we get blamed for not saving enough because we are too stupid  yet we get blamed for not buying enough and ruining the economy… because we are too poor and stupid. No matter what we do the poor are always to blame! ….. FUCK !  ^I like this
Resort To: THE "MODERN" SOCIETY
 Avocado
 Toast
 Houses
the-iron-dragon-god:

c-bassmeow:

snapecrackelpop:

c-bassmeow:
Damn millenials
Okay but like he had a point though? We, as a generation, waste a lot of money on dumb shit (like $5 coffees, eating out every day, and yes avocado toast). That’s not to say that we haven’t been dealt a really bad hand, economically speaking. But I really think we all ought to learn to tighten our purse strings a little bit… 

While saving is indeed a good thing, this is not the reason we millennials cannot afford houses. Wages have been on the decline or stagnant for decades while the price of housing has skyrocketed. More and more jobs are being offered in cities where owning property let alone renting is  impossible on your own. Whenever the poor want to “splurge” on let’s say a coffee or avocado toast (I have no idea what that is) it’s framed by the elite as some hedonistic, irrational splurge. It’s framed as if the rich are where they are because they were rational enough to save while the poor are just rabid wild animals who spend too much and refuse to save. The truth is that most Americans aren’t even saving there income… because they can’t. 
 (Graph courtesy of MotletFool the popular financial group) They literally can’t. Everything goes to the bills. If you look at the under 35 group, statistically speaking, millennials have a negative savings rate due to many barriers to entry that weren’t in place when our parents were alive and crippling college debt.  Even the generation above us is barely saving and these are people who aren’t burdened by college debt but instead many had to resort to credit cards to get by and thus have their own forms of debt. What’s left after the bills goes to making life bearable. I see nothing wrong with that. Poverty and lack of opportunity is not a function of the poor and middle class people being too stupid to save. They literally can’t save. Rational choice theory (the free market theory where anything bad that happens to you is solely a product of your bad choices and not society at large) can only go so far in explaining our position in the world. Saving is indeed good, but in order to stress saving… we must have adequate wages and a healthy economic environment that allow us the opportunity to save. 
sidenote: The other irony about capitalism especially the American kind is that over 70% of our GDP is consumption, so that means the health of the American economy literally depends on us “wasting” money on stupid shit to boost corporations. SO it’s a very strange paradox -we get blamed for not saving enough because we are too stupid  yet we get blamed for not buying enough and ruining the economy… because we are too poor and stupid. No matter what we do the poor are always to blame! ….. FUCK ! 


^I like this

the-iron-dragon-god: c-bassmeow: snapecrackelpop: c-bassmeow: Damn millenials Okay but like he had a point though? We, as a generation...

Resort To: THE "MODERN" SOCIETY Avocado Toast Houses snapecrackelpop: c-bassmeow: Damn millenials Okay but like he had a point though? We, as a generation, waste a lot of money on dumb shit (like $5 coffees, eating out every day, and yes avocado toast). That’s not to say that we haven’t been dealt a really bad hand, economically speaking. But I really think we all ought to learn to tighten our purse strings a little bit…  While saving is indeed a good thing, this is not the reason we millennials cannot afford houses. Wages have been on the decline or stagnant for decades while the price of housing has skyrocketed. More and more jobs are being offered in cities where owning property let alone renting is impossible on your own. Whenever the poor want to splurge on lets say a coffee or avocado toast (I have no idea what that is) its framed by the elite as some hedonistic, irrational splurge. Its framed as if the rich are where they are because they were rational enough to save while the poor are just rabid wild animals who spend too much and refuse to save. The truth is that most Americans arent even saving there income because they can’t.  (Graph courtesy of MotletFool the popular financial group) They literally cant. Everything goes to the bills. If you look at the under 35 group, statistically speaking, millennials have a negative savings rate due to many barriers to entry that weren’t in place when our parents were alive and crippling college debt.  Even the generation above us is barely saving and these are people who aren’t burdened by college debt but instead many had to resort to credit cards to get by and thus have their own forms of debt. Whats left after the bills goes to making life bearable. I see nothing wrong with that. Poverty and lack of opportunity is not a function of the poor and middle class people being too stupid to save. They literally cant save. Rational choice theory (the free market theory where anything bad that happens to you is solely a product of your bad choices and not society at large) can only go so far in explaining our position in the world. Saving is indeed good, but in order to stress saving we must have adequate wages and a healthy economic environment that allow us the opportunity to save. sidenote: The other irony about capitalism especially the American kind is that over 70% of our GDP is consumption, so that means the health of the American economy literally depends on us “wasting” money on stupid shit to boost corporations. SO it’s a very strange paradox -we get blamed for not saving enough because we are too stupid  yet we get blamed for not buying enough and ruining the economy because we are too poor and stupid. No matter what we do the poor are always to blame! .. FUCK ! 
Resort To: THE "MODERN" SOCIETY
 Avocado
 Toast
 Houses
snapecrackelpop:
c-bassmeow:
Damn millenials
Okay but like he had a point though? We, as a generation, waste a lot of money on dumb shit (like $5 coffees, eating out every day, and yes avocado toast). That’s not to say that we haven’t been dealt a really bad hand, economically speaking. But I really think we all ought to learn to tighten our purse strings a little bit… 

While saving is indeed a good thing, this is not the reason we millennials cannot afford houses. Wages have been on the decline or stagnant for decades while the price of housing has skyrocketed. More and more jobs are being offered in cities where owning property let alone renting is  impossible on your own. Whenever the poor want to splurge on lets say a coffee or avocado toast (I have no idea what that is) its framed by the elite as some hedonistic, irrational splurge. Its framed as if the rich are where they are because they were rational enough to save while the poor are just rabid wild animals who spend too much and refuse to save. The truth is that most Americans arent even saving there income because they can’t.  (Graph courtesy of MotletFool the popular financial group) They literally cant. Everything goes to the bills. If you look at the under 35 group, statistically speaking, millennials have a negative savings rate due to many barriers to entry that weren’t in place when our parents were alive and crippling college debt.  Even the generation above us is barely saving and these are people who aren’t burdened by college debt but instead many had to resort to credit cards to get by and thus have their own forms of debt. Whats left after the bills goes to making life bearable. I see nothing wrong with that. Poverty and lack of opportunity is not a function of the poor and middle class people being too stupid to save. They literally cant save. Rational choice theory (the free market theory where anything bad that happens to you is solely a product of your bad choices and not society at large) can only go so far in explaining our position in the world. Saving is indeed good, but in order to stress saving we must have adequate wages and a healthy economic environment that allow us the opportunity to save. sidenote: The other irony about capitalism especially the American kind is that over 70% of our GDP is consumption, so that means the health of the American economy literally depends on us “wasting” money on stupid shit to boost corporations. SO it’s a very strange paradox -we get blamed for not saving enough because we are too stupid  yet we get blamed for not buying enough and ruining the economy because we are too poor and stupid. No matter what we do the poor are always to blame! .. FUCK ! 

snapecrackelpop: c-bassmeow: Damn millenials Okay but like he had a point though? We, as a generation, waste a lot of money on dumb shit...

Resort To: marie claire Our Laws Period-Shame Women-So I'm Going to Change Them An op-ed by Congresswoman Grace Meng. P Alamy by congresswoman grace meng glassceilingbreakers: Our Laws Period-Shame Women—So I’m Going to Change Them: An op-ed by Congresswoman Grace Meng. Dd you know that there are girls who skip school when they get their periods? If they can’t afford pads or tampons and don’t want anyone to see they’ve stained their clothes, they may feel like they have no choice. That’s not just something that happens in developing countries. It happens right here in the United States. Right in my home district of Queens, New York. I didn’t know that until recently. Growing up, nobody talked about their periods, even if they were having problems; there was a certain taboo surrounding the issue. That all went out the window in 2015, the year “the period went public.” Female elected officials and activists began to focus their attention on the tampon tax (which is a state issue); I turned my attention to how I could help women across the country. It was exciting to see coverage of the tampon tax pop up everywhere, including in Marie Claire. Last year, YouTube personality Ingrid Nilsen even asked President Obama about the tampon tax,and he was as mystified as the rest of us. But as great as the advocacy has been to eliminate sales tax on tampons and pads, menstrual equity issues run much deeper. Many women and girls across the country struggle with more than just cost, and I was constantly asking myself what I could do to help them. Eliminating the tampon tax is not enough for the 86 percent of women who start their period unexpectedly without necessary supplies. It is not enough for the low income women who cannot afford menstrual products on their own and can only get them through food pantries. It is not enough for the female inmates and homeless women who are denied these products or have them rationed. Can you imagine being told you can’t have any more pads even though you still have your period? Most Americans—across all income levels—believe that feminine hygiene products are basic necessities. So why is it still so hard to afford and access them? This week I introduced the Menstrual Equity for All Act of 2017, the first legislation in Congress to deal with menstrual hygiene product access. It has five different parts aimed at addressing all of these issues. You would not believe what female inmates go through to access menstrual hygiene products. The ACLU of Michigan filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of 8 female prisoners at Muskegon County Jail because (among other things) the prison denied inmates access to menstrual hygiene products, a condition considered inhumane and degrading. Female inmates in Connecticut only get five pads per week to split with their bunkmate, which means they may have to use a single pad for multiple days. I cannot imagine how humiliating that must feel. My bill would require each state to give female inmates and detainees as many tampons or pads as they need, whenever they need them—at no cost. If Congress has to deny states certain federal funds to get their prisons to change their current horrendous practices, then so be it. Homeless women also face serious problems when on their period. A report issued in 2014 said that homeless women experience the “degrading condition of not having access to adequate facilities during their menstrual cycles to be able to use hygiene products and change them on a regular basis.” Some homeless women resort to using rags or…nothing. Congress should be outraged by these conditions. Shelters should be able to use federal grant money to purchase tampons or pads—that is exactly what my bill ensures. Once I started learning about all of the ways women and girls struggle to access menstrual hygiene products during their periods, I realized how much I took my own circumstances for granted. I am grateful to be in a position to advocate on this issue and effect change. My bill may be the first effort at addressing menstrual equity on the national stage, but it won’t be the last. Especially not if passionate and talented women like you run for office and promote issues like these when you get there. We cannot stop until we reach real menstrual equity for women and girls everywhere. Join me in this fight and, together, we can win. Editor’s Note: The Menstrual Equity for All Act of 2017 (H.R. 972) currently has 21 co-sponsors, all Democrats. Contact your representative to tell him or her to become a co-sponsor.
Resort To: marie claire
 Our Laws Period-Shame
 Women-So I'm Going to
 Change Them
 An op-ed by Congresswoman Grace Meng.
 P
 Alamy
 by congresswoman grace meng
glassceilingbreakers:
Our Laws Period-Shame Women—So I’m Going to Change Them: An op-ed by Congresswoman Grace Meng.

Dd you know that there are girls who skip school when they get their periods? If they can’t afford pads or tampons and don’t want anyone to see they’ve stained their clothes, they may feel like they have no choice. That’s not just something that happens in developing countries. It happens right here in the United States. Right in my home district of Queens, New York.
I didn’t know that until recently. Growing up, nobody talked about their periods, even if they were having problems; there was a certain taboo surrounding the issue. That all went out the window in 2015, the year “the period went public.” Female elected officials and activists began to focus their attention on the tampon tax (which is a state issue); I turned my attention to how I could help women across the country.
It was exciting to see coverage of the tampon tax pop up everywhere, including in Marie Claire. Last year, YouTube personality Ingrid Nilsen even asked President Obama about the tampon tax,and he was as mystified as the rest of us. But as great as the advocacy has been to eliminate sales tax on tampons and pads, menstrual equity issues run much deeper. Many women and girls across the country struggle with more than just cost, and I was constantly asking myself what I could do to help them.
Eliminating the tampon tax is not enough for the 86 percent of women who start their period unexpectedly without necessary supplies. It is not enough for the low income women who cannot afford menstrual products on their own and can only get them through food pantries. It is not enough for the female inmates and homeless women who are denied these products or have them rationed. Can you imagine being told you can’t have any more pads even though you still have your period?
Most Americans—across all income levels—believe that feminine hygiene products are basic necessities. So why is it still so hard to afford and access them?
This week I introduced the Menstrual Equity for All Act of 2017, the first legislation in Congress to deal with menstrual hygiene product access. It has five different parts aimed at addressing all of these issues.
You would not believe what female inmates go through to access menstrual hygiene products. The ACLU of Michigan filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of 8 female prisoners at Muskegon County Jail because (among other things) the prison denied inmates access to menstrual hygiene products, a condition considered inhumane and degrading. Female inmates in Connecticut only get five pads per week to split with their bunkmate, which means they may have to use a single pad for multiple days. I cannot imagine how humiliating that must feel. My bill would require each state to give female inmates and detainees as many tampons or pads as they need, whenever they need them—at no cost. If Congress has to deny states certain federal funds to get their prisons to change their current horrendous practices, then so be it.
Homeless women also face serious problems when on their period. A report issued in 2014 said that homeless women experience the “degrading condition of not having access to adequate facilities during their menstrual cycles to be able to use hygiene products and change them on a regular basis.” Some homeless women resort to using rags or…nothing. Congress should be outraged by these conditions. Shelters should be able to use federal grant money to purchase tampons or pads—that is exactly what my bill ensures.
Once I started learning about all of the ways women and girls struggle to access menstrual hygiene products during their periods, I realized how much I took my own circumstances for granted. I am grateful to be in a position to advocate on this issue and effect change. My bill may be the first effort at addressing menstrual equity on the national stage, but it won’t be the last. Especially not if passionate and talented women like you run for office and promote issues like these when you get there.
We cannot stop until we reach real menstrual equity for women and girls everywhere. Join me in this fight and, together, we can win.
Editor’s Note: The Menstrual Equity for All Act of 2017 (H.R. 972) currently has 21 co-sponsors, all Democrats. Contact your representative to tell him or her to become a co-sponsor.

glassceilingbreakers: Our Laws Period-Shame Women—So I’m Going to Change Them: An op-ed by Congresswoman Grace Meng. Dd you know that th...

Resort To: Alicia Allard about 3 weeks ago I AM NOT COSTUME please share In the spirit of Halloween, please keep this in mind when selecting your costume. Dressing up as "Chiefs" and "Indian Princess's" is cultural appropriation. Cultural appropriation is where the outsiders of peoples who have been oppressed by the dominating power systems (mainly white-colonial systems), use (and misuse) the dress, regalia, spiritual pratices, or other cultural elements out of context (of those who historically/presently have been oppressed) Have a safe and happy October and thanks for being respectful during this festive season First Nations, Metis, Inuit peoples, and POC young and old, I encourage you to create and post your image! Relations, Alicia BigCanoe #IAmNotACostume hash Follow @haleyashlin Reminder: a culture is not a Hallowe en costume. Yes I'm talking to you girl across from me who is dressed as a Native American 10:59 PM - 22 Oct 2016 Des Moines, IA, United States 1 2 20 bree Follow @twabree Can white people stop wearing "native american" "geisha" "mexican" and other offensive costumes for halloween Imaooo 10:42 AM - 23 Oct 2016 RaRa Follow @RaRaVibes White folk reminder: wearing a Native American headdress or sporting Day of the Dead makeup for Halloween is inappropriate. Bless 1:27 PM - 24 Oct 2016 2 코리 @Coreyan Follow So stores across the country are banning clown masks, but u can still find a Native American headdress costume or "Asian " makeup #OKAmerica 2:25 PM-17 Oct 2016 t1 2 Desiree Gutierrez Follow @desabooo I saw a native american costume at party city and said really loud "DAS RACIST" and then I turned around and a girl was holding one 11:32 PM - 13 Oct 2016 5 Follow @axchimari i dont get why you'd resort to a native american "costume"/blackface/mexican sugar skull when theres a million and one things you can be 7:30 PM -9 Oct 2016 7 the-movemnt: Why you should ditch that “Indian” Halloween costume, according to indigenous people Halloween is the one time of the year that you can be anything you want. But in recent weeks, many indigenous rights activists have called out the problem with Halloween costumes that mock indigenous peoples’ culture. Activists from Saskatchewan, Canada, are placing brilliant warning labels on Halloween “Native American” costumes. follow @the-movemnt
Resort To: Alicia Allard
 about 3 weeks ago
 I AM NOT
 COSTUME
 please share
 In the spirit of Halloween, please keep this in mind when selecting your costume.
 Dressing up as "Chiefs" and "Indian Princess's" is cultural appropriation.
 Cultural appropriation is where the outsiders of peoples who have been oppressed
 by the dominating power systems (mainly white-colonial systems), use (and misuse)
 the dress, regalia, spiritual pratices, or other cultural elements out of context (of
 those who historically/presently have been oppressed)
 Have a safe and happy October and thanks for being respectful during this festive
 season
 First Nations, Metis, Inuit peoples, and POC young and old, I encourage you to
 create and post your image!
 Relations, Alicia BigCanoe
 #IAmNotACostume

 hash
 Follow
 @haleyashlin
 Reminder: a culture is not a Hallowe en costume. Yes I'm talking
 to you girl across from me who is dressed as a Native American
 10:59 PM - 22 Oct 2016 Des Moines, IA, United States
 1 2
 20
 bree
 Follow
 @twabree
 Can white people stop wearing "native american" "geisha"
 "mexican" and other offensive costumes for halloween Imaooo
 10:42 AM - 23 Oct 2016

 RaRa
 Follow
 @RaRaVibes
 White folk reminder: wearing a Native American headdress or
 sporting Day of the Dead makeup for Halloween is
 inappropriate.
 Bless
 1:27 PM - 24 Oct 2016
 2
 코리
 @Coreyan
 Follow
 So stores across the country are banning clown masks, but u
 can still find a Native American headdress costume or "Asian "
 makeup #OKAmerica
 2:25 PM-17 Oct 2016
 t1
 2

 Desiree Gutierrez
 Follow
 @desabooo
 I saw a native american costume at party city and said really
 loud "DAS RACIST" and then I turned around and a girl was
 holding one
 11:32 PM - 13 Oct 2016
 5
 Follow
 @axchimari
 i dont get why you'd resort to a native american
 "costume"/blackface/mexican sugar skull when theres a million
 and one things you can be
 7:30 PM -9 Oct 2016
 7
the-movemnt:

Why you should ditch that “Indian” Halloween costume, according to indigenous people
Halloween is the one time of the year that you can be anything you want. But in recent weeks, many indigenous rights activists have called out the problem with Halloween costumes that mock indigenous peoples’ culture. Activists from Saskatchewan, Canada, are placing brilliant warning labels on Halloween “Native American” costumes.
follow @the-movemnt

the-movemnt: Why you should ditch that “Indian” Halloween costume, according to indigenous people Halloween is the one time of the year...

Resort To: Shane Morris @lamShaneMorris 1h .@petewentz @PatrickStump Was @2chainz symbolically burning your career in the fire? Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump 8m @lamShaneMorris Don't quit that day job you don't seem to have... Expand Shane Morris @lamShaneMorris 4m @PatrickStump Maybe you'll be lucky enough to have me manage you one day. Until then: #CageMatch #BMDVSFOB Hide conversation + Reply 13 Retweet * Favorite ... More Patrick Stump @PatrickStump I should be so lucky! I'm gonna tell you something: I'm a pretty nice guy. You'd probably like me. Allow me to make that impossible for 2m you. Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump You suck at heckling. We could start with how none of your insults have contextual substance. 1m Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump 1m You're all shock. "AIDS." "Dead Babies." "Emo." "Eyeliner." "Kill Yourself." It's fluff. It's lazy. Patrick Stump @PatrickStump Like for someone criticizing you, it'd be less lazy to point out that it's a poor idea for a music manager to pick fights w/ musicians. 32s Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump It might lead one to think you're a pretty shitty music manager. Not my words mind you; Your internal monologue's. And work performance's. 5m Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump Or how you're trolling for barrels full of fish to shoot on message boards of bands you spend so much time hating, you might as well 1m like. Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump 51s While we're on the subject of voluntary irrelevance; Trolling itself is kind of over. It's too transparently sad. Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump 56s You're just a reality star nobody's wasting the memory stick on. You went straight to washed up. Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump About as washed up as one would expect from a guy so on the pulse of relevant pop culture that he's spitting barbs about emo through grills. 1m Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump 41s It's like you were born a desperate heroin-addled Reno dinner theatre has-been. Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump Perhaps one could point out how I like pretty much everybody and even I don't like you. 4m Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump 4m All told your most effective insult is the one you are to the art of criticism and music management. Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump See, those are all better insults because even my insults are more dignified than you are. 4m Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump So what's your next stock bully move sweep-the-leg-Johnny? Resort to the age old "Sellout?" Get that fist fight ready? 6m Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump 6m "I know what l'll do. I'll insult his friends and family. Yeah. That'll really show him! Hey Pat! Your band sucks!..and..uh...your mom!" Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump 6m Beat me, insult me; Doesn't matter. You're just the card we can see up the magician's sleeve. Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump So how about this magic trick: I'm going to click "Block," and you're going to lose money. 6m Expand Patrick Stump @PatrickStump 2m That last mess of tweets was all directed at one @iamshanemorris. Do the world a favor and block him as well. Have a great day :) Expand dallonjingles: LADIES AND GENTLEMAN THE KING OF SASS AND RIGHTEOUSNESS 
Resort To: Shane Morris @lamShaneMorris
 1h
 .@petewentz @PatrickStump Was @2chainz symbolically burning
 your career in the fire?
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 8m
 @lamShaneMorris Don't quit that day job you don't seem to have...
 Expand
 Shane Morris @lamShaneMorris
 4m
 @PatrickStump Maybe you'll be lucky enough to have me manage
 you one day. Until then: #CageMatch #BMDVSFOB
 Hide conversation + Reply 13 Retweet * Favorite ... More
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 I should be so lucky! I'm gonna tell you something: I'm a pretty nice
 guy. You'd probably like me. Allow me to make that impossible for
 2m
 you.
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 You suck at heckling. We could start with how none of your insults
 have contextual substance.
 1m
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 1m
 You're all shock. "AIDS." "Dead Babies." "Emo." "Eyeliner." "Kill
 Yourself." It's fluff. It's lazy.
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 Like for someone criticizing you, it'd be less lazy to point out that it's
 a poor idea for a music manager to pick fights w/ musicians.
 32s
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 It might lead one to think you're a pretty shitty music manager. Not
 my words mind you; Your internal monologue's. And work
 performance's.
 5m
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 Or how you're trolling for barrels full of fish to shoot on message
 boards of bands you spend so much time hating, you might as well
 1m
 like.
 Expand

 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 51s
 While we're on the subject of voluntary irrelevance; Trolling itself is
 kind of over. It's too transparently sad.
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 56s
 You're just a reality star nobody's wasting the memory stick on. You
 went straight to washed up.
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 About as washed up as one would expect from a guy so on the
 pulse of relevant pop culture that he's spitting barbs about emo
 through grills.
 1m
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 41s
 It's like you were born a desperate heroin-addled Reno dinner
 theatre has-been.
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 Perhaps one could point out how I like pretty much everybody and
 even I don't like you.
 4m
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 4m
 All told your most effective insult is the one you are to the art of
 criticism and music management.
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 See, those are all better insults because even my insults are more
 dignified than you are.
 4m
 Expand

 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 So what's your next stock bully move sweep-the-leg-Johnny? Resort
 to the age old "Sellout?" Get that fist fight ready?
 6m
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 6m
 "I know what l'll do. I'll insult his friends and family. Yeah. That'll
 really show him! Hey Pat! Your band sucks!..and..uh...your mom!"
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 6m
 Beat me, insult me; Doesn't matter. You're just the card we can see
 up the magician's sleeve.
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 So how about this magic trick: I'm going to click "Block," and you're
 going to lose money.
 6m
 Expand
 Patrick Stump @PatrickStump
 2m
 That last mess of tweets was all directed at one @iamshanemorris.
 Do the world a favor and block him as well. Have a great day :)
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dallonjingles:

LADIES AND GENTLEMAN THE KING OF SASS AND RIGHTEOUSNESS 

dallonjingles: LADIES AND GENTLEMAN THE KING OF SASS AND RIGHTEOUSNESS 

Resort To: THAT'S OFFENSIVE ylwkirby: crowleyslittlepixie: alittle-fall-ofrain: crowleyslittlepixie: poppypicklesticks: basedgodrayquaza: hexbun: niangniquan: lilfruta goalsetc: killbenedictcumberbatch: allkindsoffuck: what would u do if u just ordered some pizza from papa johns and after 30 minutes the door bell rings and u open the door only to be greeted by this person holding the sign staring into your eyes not saying a word not making any movement what would you do. what can you do. someone put actual time and effort into this cosplay like why. stay in school This is the corniest shit I've ever seen omg this is so fucking embarrassing On today's episode of White People Making Fools of Themselves... i woulda shaved this sandy cheeks lookin bitch head she probably got dragged recently. if i saw her at a con i would berate the shit outta her. What the fuck wrong with you people? Do you really have to resort to threats and insults of someone you don't even fucking know? That is so incredibly immature. Maybe that's why she doesn't take sj movements seriously. Holy shit I cannot believe this website "UGHI THIS GIRL'S COSTUME OFFENDS ME! IMMMA FIND OUT WHO SHE IS AND DOXX HER AND HARASS HERI THAT'LL TEACH HER FOR DARING TO MAKE A COSTUME THAT UPSETS MY PRECIOUS LITTLE FEELINGS!" congratulations you snivelling vindictive crybabies, you're EXACTLY what she's making fun of. Way to prove her assessment of you wrong and shit. You cowards wouldn't so much as slap her let alone "beat the shit out of her You're just proving her costume's point & why are people saying they'd yell at her? Like, what. They're offended by it. LMAO y'all the reason this cosplay exists holy shit Good job proving her point 86 879 notas Tumblr: Civil Waromg-humor.tumblr.com
Resort To: THAT'S
 OFFENSIVE
 ylwkirby:
 crowleyslittlepixie:
 alittle-fall-ofrain:
 crowleyslittlepixie:
 poppypicklesticks:
 basedgodrayquaza:
 hexbun:
 niangniquan:
 lilfruta
 goalsetc:
 killbenedictcumberbatch:
 allkindsoffuck:
 what would u do if u just ordered some
 pizza from papa johns and after 30
 minutes the door bell rings and u open the
 door only to be greeted by this person
 holding the sign staring into your eyes not
 saying a word not making any movement
 what would you do. what can you do.
 someone put actual time and effort into this
 cosplay like why. stay in school
 This is the corniest shit I've ever seen omg this
 is so fucking embarrassing
 On today's episode of White People Making Fools
 of Themselves...
 i woulda shaved this sandy cheeks lookin bitch head
 she probably got dragged recently. if i saw her at a con i
 would berate the shit outta her.
 What the fuck
 wrong with you people? Do you really have
 to resort to threats and insults of someone you don't even
 fucking know? That is so incredibly immature. Maybe that's
 why she doesn't take sj movements seriously. Holy shit I
 cannot believe this website
 "UGHI THIS GIRL'S COSTUME OFFENDS ME! IMMMA FIND
 OUT WHO SHE IS AND DOXX HER AND HARASS HERI
 THAT'LL TEACH HER FOR DARING TO MAKE A COSTUME
 THAT UPSETS MY PRECIOUS LITTLE FEELINGS!"
 congratulations you snivelling vindictive crybabies, you're
 EXACTLY what she's making fun of. Way to prove her
 assessment of you wrong and shit.
 You cowards wouldn't so much as slap her let alone "beat the shit
 out of her You're just proving her costume's point
 & why are people saying they'd yell at her? Like, what.
 They're offended by it.
 LMAO y'all the reason this cosplay exists holy shit
 Good job proving her point
 86 879 notas
Tumblr: Civil Waromg-humor.tumblr.com

Tumblr: Civil Waromg-humor.tumblr.com

Resort To: arigato-sasusaku:haveahiddles: tedonik: 0rdinarykid: I forgot to cat Decided to dog. Friendly reminder that this behavior is generally very abnormal for a healthy cat. The ONLY time a cat should pant open-mouthed like that is right after some prolonged, high activity. This cat is alert, his tongue is pink, his pupils are dialated. He/she has just been playing very hard and needs a cool-down. If a cat that has not been playing hard is panting like that, or if their tongue/gums are pale, GET THEE TO THE VET ASAP. Do not call ahead. Do not wait until Monday. Get that kitty to the vet immediately. If your vet is closed, find the closest emergency vet. Cats panting open-mouthed are often in imminent heart/lung failure and this is a last resort to get some oxygen to their struggling organs. I’m reblogging this on here too because it really is so so so important. Tumblr is so quick to make posts about animals acting strangely and turn them into some sort of joke or just completely overlook what might actually be going on. I totally get that some people don’t have animals or any reason for something like this ^^^^ to raise any alarms but please I just ask that you think about it a little more. Some cats are bloody weird tbh, as are a lot of animals, but i just ask that people think about these sorts of posts more. Same with the whole swimming owl (drowning owl) and the cat that looks like it’s in a dressage competition (overreaching = can often mean a neurological issue). Oh AND the rabbit in the sink having a bath (literally makes me cringe every time I see it. Your bun is probably 20 minutes from having some sort of panic induced heart attack). It’s just so important and is really largely ignored on tumblr imo simply because it looks cute or funny.
Resort To: arigato-sasusaku:haveahiddles:
tedonik:

0rdinarykid:

I forgot to cat

Decided to dog.

Friendly reminder that this behavior is generally very abnormal for a healthy cat. The ONLY time a cat should pant open-mouthed like that is right after some prolonged, high activity. This cat is alert, his tongue is pink, his pupils are dialated. He/she has just been playing very hard and needs a cool-down.
If a cat that has not been playing hard is panting like that, or if their tongue/gums are pale, GET THEE TO THE VET ASAP. Do not call ahead. Do not wait until Monday. Get that kitty to the vet immediately. If your vet is closed, find the closest emergency vet. Cats panting open-mouthed are often in imminent heart/lung failure and this is a last resort to get some oxygen to their struggling organs.

I’m reblogging this on here too because it really is so so so important.
Tumblr is so quick to make posts about animals acting strangely and turn them into some sort of joke or just completely overlook what might actually be going on.
I totally get that some people don’t have animals or any reason for something like this ^^^^ to raise any alarms but please I just ask that you think about it a little more.
Some cats are bloody weird tbh, as are a lot of animals, but i just ask that people think about these sorts of posts more. Same with the whole swimming owl (drowning owl) and the cat that looks like it’s in a dressage competition (overreaching = can often mean a neurological issue). Oh AND the rabbit in the sink having a bath (literally makes me cringe every time I see it. Your bun is probably 20 minutes from having some sort of panic induced heart attack).
It’s just so important and is really largely ignored on tumblr imo simply because it looks cute or funny.

arigato-sasusaku:haveahiddles: tedonik: 0rdinarykid: I forgot to cat Decided to dog. Friendly reminder that this behavior is generall...

Resort To: * 50% 00000 AT&T LTE 11:42 AM Is the Gay Community Scaring Away Our Strai... m.huffpost.com HUFFPOST You won't believe her transformation! Watch Good Day LA clip. THE BLOG Is the Gay Community Scaring Away Our Straight Allies? Hearing straight men identify as allies to the LGBT community always makes my heart melt a little. So when one of my new straight-male friends asked if he could sit in on a QSA meeting, I immediately said yes and took him to a panel on LGBT dating, hoping to show him how cool the queer community is. The discussion was mostly civil, until my fledgling ally worked up the courage to ask one simple question on a topic he was genuinely interested in: "In gay dating, who's the girl?" This question did not go over well. Mason Hsieh Posted: 01/14/15 04:37 PMET Updated: 01/14/15 05:59 PM ET Within milliseconds the P.C. police had descended on him, vehemently demanding that he check his straight-cis-male privilege as well as his narrow-minded assumptions about dating and gender roles. He should be ashamed, they said. On our awkward walk home, my friend pointed out two things. First, he was surprised by how unwelcoming they were for such a supposedly inclusive community. Second, he had no intention of returning. While both these statements broke my heart, they made me think about the less convivial side of the LGBT community. For a group that prides itself in its inclusivity, continually adding letters to the alphabet soup of queer identities, we can be rather intimidating to newcomers. 10 Questions You Shouldn't Ever Ask A Gay Guy CCOMPLICE Accomplices Not Allies: NOT ALLIES Abolishing the Ally Industrial Complex RELATED LINKS AN INEN AROLISHING PEECTVEINOUSTRIAL BUZZFEED.COM INDIGENOUSACTION.ORG 33313dcr: lilcochina: U come into a queer space n ask an incredibly offensive question n got sad bc people reacted like humans instead of coddling u?? Tf outta here!! Bye!! You’re all fucking idiots. People who have certain inherent privileges normally don’t even notice that they have them. When someone asks a silly question like that, you politely inform them and tell them why they shouldn’t think about it in such terms. You don’t attack them because they have no prior experience with the matter. I most vehemently hate that side of the gay community. Being vile does no good for anyone involved. I agree. This whole “you should do your research before even looking at me” is a nice ideal to have but IT’S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN. Being self-righteous and nasty will only drive people away who could have been formidable allies had you not freaked out like an asshole. Don’t get me wrong, a lot about this article is stupid but I think the right thing to do is somewhere in the middle. We shouldn’t coddle and overly congratulate allies but we also shouldn’t treat them like dirt for having privilege and we also shouldn’t expect them to do things that most rational people just wouldn’t realistically do. The “ally” in this example doesn’t know that the question is a stupid question. So SJW will then resort to “do your research!!” as if this is a credible retort. That’s like telling climate deniers to do their research. Or telling someone who wants to learn more about different cultures but doesn’t know where to start. Even if he did do research what makes you think the sources were from people within the community? What makes you think the sources he’d encounter wouldn’t be problematic? Also if someone from outside of a community knows NOTHING about a community, most of them wouldn’t even know where to start PLUS let’s not forget the two roadblocks to research that i mentioned. The best thing to do is to discuss with people civilly why they are wrong with evidence and logic and reason and yes sometimes peruasion. THE END. 
Resort To: * 50%
 00000 AT&T LTE
 11:42 AM
 Is the Gay Community Scaring Away Our Strai...
 m.huffpost.com
 HUFFPOST
 You won't believe her transformation! Watch Good Day LA clip.
 THE BLOG
 Is the Gay Community Scaring
 Away Our Straight Allies?
 Hearing straight men identify as allies to the LGBT
 community always makes my heart melt a little. So when
 one of my new straight-male friends asked if he could sit in
 on a QSA meeting, I immediately said yes and took him to a
 panel on LGBT dating, hoping to show him how cool the
 queer community is. The discussion was mostly civil, until
 my fledgling ally worked up the courage to ask one simple
 question on a topic he was genuinely interested in: "In gay
 dating, who's the girl?" This question did not go over well.
 Mason
 Hsieh
 Posted: 01/14/15 04:37 PMET
 Updated: 01/14/15 05:59 PM
 ET
 Within milliseconds the P.C. police had descended on him,
 vehemently demanding that he check his straight-cis-male
 privilege as well as his narrow-minded assumptions about
 dating and gender roles. He should be ashamed, they said.
 On our awkward walk home, my friend pointed out two
 things. First, he was surprised by how unwelcoming they
 were for such a supposedly inclusive community. Second,
 he had no intention of returning. While both these
 statements broke my heart, they made me think about the
 less convivial side of the LGBT community. For a group that
 prides itself in its inclusivity, continually adding letters to
 the alphabet soup of queer identities, we can be rather
 intimidating to newcomers.
 10 Questions You Shouldn't
 Ever Ask A Gay Guy
 CCOMPLICE Accomplices Not Allies:
 NOT ALLIES Abolishing the Ally Industrial
 Complex
 RELATED
 LINKS
 AN INEN AROLISHING
 PEECTVEINOUSTRIAL
 BUZZFEED.COM
 INDIGENOUSACTION.ORG
33313dcr:


lilcochina:

U come into a queer space n ask an incredibly offensive question n got sad bc people reacted like humans instead of coddling u?? Tf outta here!! Bye!!

You’re all fucking idiots. People who have certain inherent privileges normally don’t even notice that they have them. When someone asks a silly question like that, you politely inform them and tell them why they shouldn’t think about it in such terms. You don’t attack them because they have no prior experience with the matter. I most vehemently hate that side of the gay community. Being vile does no good for anyone involved.


I agree. This whole “you should do your research before even looking at me” is a nice ideal to have but IT’S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN. Being self-righteous and nasty will only drive people away who could have been formidable allies had you not freaked out like an asshole. Don’t get me wrong, a lot about this article is stupid but I think the right thing to do is somewhere in the middle. We shouldn’t coddle and overly congratulate allies but we also shouldn’t treat them like dirt for having privilege and we also shouldn’t expect them to do things that most rational people just wouldn’t realistically do. The “ally” in this example doesn’t know that the question is a stupid question. So SJW will then resort to “do your research!!” as if this is a credible retort. That’s like telling climate deniers to do their research. Or telling someone who wants to learn more about different cultures but doesn’t know where to start. Even if he did do research what makes you think the sources were from people within the community? What makes you think the sources he’d encounter wouldn’t be problematic? Also if someone from outside of a community knows NOTHING about a community, most of them wouldn’t even know where to start PLUS let’s not forget the two roadblocks to research that i mentioned. The best thing to do is to discuss with people civilly why they are wrong with evidence and logic and reason and yes sometimes peruasion. THE END. 

33313dcr: lilcochina: U come into a queer space n ask an incredibly offensive question n got sad bc people reacted like humans instead...