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  • Sometimes I just want to go to the fucking cinema and see some fucking romcom movies with two women falling in love, or a fucking action movie with a same sex couple in it, and have it be a regular fucking ass blockbuster movie, with fucking mainstream actors in it, and it wouldn’t be all, indi, in its own fucking genre, I need to read fucking subtitles, it took me two fucking weeks to find a working stream of this movie online, typecast queer actors, low budget, everyone fucking dies in the end, story. but a fucking regular budget, happy, fucking cheesy ending where the guy gets the guy, and the girl gets the girl, and they fucking save the day and get to morodor, rescue the prime minister, and find the fucking castle in the sky, and then I finish up my overpriced popcorn at the most popular theatre in my city whilst watching the fucking michael bay, lucasfilm, pixar credits at the end, and we all have a fucking great time at the movies
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rhapsody-tardisblue:

nas-a:

blacktionbronson:

blackraystyles:

olchocolateass:

henj-gq:

allblackerrrythang:

butthurt white people

I love how they admit he’s bright, but dismiss his achievements with the “Affirmative Action” bullshit. STAY 3 KINDS OF PISSED MUTHAFUCKAS!

they hate to see you doing good 😂👏

Essentially

Weak, glad the young man is on his way up there. It’s funny how the people in these comments know about how unfair college applications are but have no fucking clue how disadvantaged less privileged folks actually are.

sorry that for one time in your life you may have been denied a portion of your privilege

lmao white folks stay hurt.
apparently they’re all on the admissions board for all 8 schools and so they know all of his credentials 😂😂😂😂
stay mad, y’all. you still ain’t good enough and still ain’t going.

I’m white and I find this incredibly impressive. Glad posts like this exist so I can reblog them comments and all.

natashawheatley

natashawheatley:

Spring Snow.

Vancouver and the Lower Mainland of British Columbia often bypass the mass snow dumps of the east. We are fortunate to receive a light dusting that sits on the local mountains until summer. The top and bottom pictures are taken from the top of Burnaby Mountain while the middle photograph is a view of the North Shore mountains and Lions Gate Bridge.

Transported me back! Thanks, Natasha.

amuffins

twinkleofafadingstar:

so Charlotte Bronte read Emma by Jane Austen and was really interested in this minor character named Jane Fairfax who was poor and would have been a governess had she not married well and then Bronte wrote her own novel exploring the plight of the poor governess who married this guy named Edward Fairfax Rochester in a novel called Jane Eyre and my point is don’t let anyone tell you shit about fanfiction.

vintagesevensisters
wellesleymag:


"It is the very ideal of a library for young ladies, with cozy nooks and corners, where a book is twice a book; with sunny windows, some of them thrown out into deep bays; with galleries, reached by winding stairs, where the girls seem to have a keen delight in coiling themselves away in such mysterious fashion that you can only see above the balustrade a curly head bending over some book, doubtless found more fascinating than it could be if simply spread out on the table below."
—Edward Abbott on the library in Wellesley’s College Hall, as reported in the August 1876 issue of Harper’s New Monthly Magazine


Accurate.

wellesleymag:

"It is the very ideal of a library for young ladies, with cozy nooks and corners, where a book is twice a book; with sunny windows, some of them thrown out into deep bays; with galleries, reached by winding stairs, where the girls seem to have a keen delight in coiling themselves away in such mysterious fashion that you can only see above the balustrade a curly head bending over some book, doubtless found more fascinating than it could be if simply spread out on the table below."

—Edward Abbott on the library in Wellesley’s College Hall, as reported in the August 1876 issue of Harper’s New Monthly Magazine

Accurate.