here are the five best sentences in brooke candy’s wikipedia page

5. “It’s tiring, though. I don’t even like men, and I have to pretend that I’m loving every fucking stupid piece of shit there.” 

4. Candy’s fashion has been described as a distinctive stripper-meets-Tumblr aesthetic.

3. The golden bikini sported by Candy in the video, reminiscent of the silver one worn in the “Genesis” video, was inspired by Candy’s scholarly fetish of nanotechnology and transhumanism.

2. Musically, Candy’s work has been recognized for its twerk-able nature, springy beats, and cyberpunk.

1. Additionally, she admires Flynt’s ability to expose political figures and gain political immunity through blackmailing

Alcohol

You do look a little ill.

But we can do something about that, now.

Can’t we.

The fact is you’re a shocking wreck.

Do you hear me.

You aren’t all alone.

And you could use some help today, packing in the
dark, boarding buses north, putting the seat back and
grinning with terror flowing over your legs through
your fingers and hair …

I was always waiting, always here.

Know anyone else who can say that.

My advice to you is think of her for what she is:
one more name cut in the scar of your tongue.

What was it you said, To rather be harmed than
harm, is not abject.

Please.

Can we be leaving now.

We like bus trips, remember. Together

we could watch these winter fields slip past, and
never care again,

think of it.

I don’t have to be anywhere.”

Franz Wright, “Alcohol” (via wordsnquotes)

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amongtombstones:

Liam Neeson steps in to help a criminal get his revenge in A Walk Among the Tombstones. Watch the trailer.

liam neeson must be stopped

amongtombstones:

Liam Neeson steps in to help a criminal get his revenge in A Walk Among the TombstonesWatch the trailer.

liam neeson must be stopped

There’s this mistaken idea in a lot of heroic stories that the oppressive evil villains can’t afford to kill the rebellious hero because they can’t risk turning them into a martyr. But that’s not how oppressive evil villains — or oppressive evil systems — work. They can kill without making martyrs because everyone they kill they also actively disgrace.

Thus when Ferguson, Missouri, police arrested the wrong Henry Davis then beat him bloody in a jail cell, they had to consequently thuggify him. They denied him his status as an innocent victim by charging him with a crime — four counts of property damage, because when one police officer kicked him in the head, his blood splattered onto four officers’ uniforms.

That’s a bitterly flimsy pretext for criminalizing Mr. Davis, but that’s what’s so disgraceful about this process of disgrace-ing. It doesn’t matter how flimsy or dishonest the pretext may be, it works and will keep working just as long as most people — most white people, that is — are eager to participate in the disgrace-ing and the thuggifying of innocent victims.

He “resisted arrest,” he didn’t do what he was told as quickly as he should have, he may have shoved someone, he smoked a joint, he flirted with a white girl, he broke the Sabbath and disturbed the peace. … Those are all the same thing.

One thing that’s particularly frustrating to me, as a Christian, is that it seems so many of my fellow white Christians love to imagine that they would stand beside Longinus on Calvary, saying, “Truly this man was a son of God.” Yet at the same time they’re unwilling to look upon the slain body of Michael Brown, or Trayvon Martin, or Oscar Grant, and say the same thing.
Slacktivist - “Innocent? He was a violent thug — a vandal who threatened to tear down a House of God” (via imathers)

Can’t remember whether or not Fred Clarke is auto-reblog but if he isn’t he is now

was in Vegas over the weekend and happened through the arts district, which is between downtown and the strip and features some rad art. love that cowboy.

ratrapss:

apparently amazon thinks i’m a masochist

Shit-talking Billy Collins is auto-reblog territory

ratrapss:

apparently amazon thinks i’m a masochist

Shit-talking Billy Collins is auto-reblog territory

so there’s this moment in Man of Steel

where Zod is explaining to Superman that his (Zod’s) purpose in life, down to his very DNA, is to protect the people of Krypton. even if that means genociding earth he will, and indeed must, do what he can. But Superman sliced his ship in half with his laser eyes and with the ship went the birthing chamber and with the birthing chamber went all the would-be Kryptonians, and Zod warned Superman before he did this that if he pulled his laser eyes stunt that there would be no more Kryptonians, that would be it. and Superman made his choice and the ship went kablooey. I get why Superman made the choice that he did, I really do, and if such a choice has a right answer his was probably the right one. but Supes, man, you just ended a people. try to look like you give a toot:

Brooke Candy, brooke candy brooke candy brooke candy. Brooke, candy brooke candy. Brooke candy brooke candy; brooke candy.Brooke Candy.

Brooke Candy, brooke candy brooke candy brooke candy. Brooke, candy brooke candy. Brooke candy brooke candy; brooke candy.

Brooke Candy.

there’s a whole lot going on here and most of it is AMAZING

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yo I know PRO is like a mostly-joking term but goddamn that is so PRO it is terrifying

yo I know PRO is like a mostly-joking term but goddamn that is so PRO it is terrifying

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imathers:

project-blackbird:

Emily Vancamp as Sharon Carter in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”

Here’s an example of what we call a “soft no”. Sharon turns down Steve’s offer in a way that’s meant not to insult him but never actually uses the word “no”.

Steve clearly gets the message, though, and importantly offers to leave her alone. Sharon’s comment afterwards gives him an opportunity to try again later, but he doesn’t press and respects her rejection of his company even though it’s probably hurt his feelings a bit.

Just in case you ever wonder “What would Captain America do?”; there you go.

Dear guys complaining about the friendzone: a dude who was frozen in ice since the 40s is officially better at reading social cues than you are (and respecting other people, but we already knew that).

washing scrubs from the infectious disease ward in the building’s washing machine seems irresponsible, agent carter

heartbarf:

Ever wanted to read nine poems about Lana Del Rey songs? You’re in luck, because I wrote nine and they’re here at boringrain.com.
Many thanks to Nitsuh for helping me with this.

THEY GOT MY LETTERS

heartbarf:

Ever wanted to read nine poems about Lana Del Rey songs? You’re in luck, because I wrote nine and they’re here at boringrain.com.

Many thanks to Nitsuh for helping me with this.

THEY GOT MY LETTERS

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