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ARE ALL ADULTS IDIOTS, OR JUST MY ADULTS?

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onlylolgifs:

Adorable Sugar Glider Trevor eats orange and falls asleep

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renaroo:


Favorite Hypothetical Team-Ups: thecoattale Edition

Effar and I literally grew up together. … Through the internet, fandom, and comics. And in the literal decade+ of nonstop nerdery we’ve discussed hypothetical team-ups more than a few times. 
We both have our favorites, and I think they say a lot about our preferences, but man. As much as I’ll argue with you for he sake of argument, Effar, I always have to admit that I love when you make teams up. hey always feel so dynamic!
Also this line-up features our personal idea of the DC Science Bros: Jaime, Tim, and Virgil.

I’d read it!

majingojira:

renaroo:

Favorite Hypothetical Team-Ups: thecoattale Edition

Effar and I literally grew up together. … Through the internet, fandom, and comics. And in the literal decade+ of nonstop nerdery we’ve discussed hypothetical team-ups more than a few times. 

We both have our favorites, and I think they say a lot about our preferences, but man. As much as I’ll argue with you for he sake of argument, Effar, I always have to admit that I love when you make teams up. hey always feel so dynamic!

Also this line-up features our personal idea of the DC Science Bros: Jaime, Tim, and Virgil.

I’d read it!

Via Bun-Toons. 

Via Bun-Toons. 

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Shaun King talks about the trauma of police brutality.

comicsalliance:

ASK CHRIS #210: THE STRANGE SAGA OF BATGIRL CASSANDRA CAIN
By Chris Sims
Q: Cassandra Cain: WTF happened? — @IamMedellin

A: Here’s the least shocking thing you’re going to read this week: I love Cassandra Cain. That probably goes without saying, given that she’s a relatively obscure member of the Batman family that made her debut when I was a teenager, but really, it goes deeper than that. She came out of the gate with a compelling edge, some phenomenally solid storytelling, and a hook for drama that put her in contrast to the rest of Gotham’s assorted heroes and hangers-on, while still feeling like a natural compliment to the other characters. And then, less than a decade later, she’d gone from being a new character with an incredible amount of potential to an also-ran who only really shows up to fill space in crossovers — something that almost never happens to characters in the Batman family, especially when they’ve got 70+ solo issues under their utility belts.
So what happened? Man, I can’t even tell you, I just read the darn things. But folks, it got really weird there at the end.
READ MUCH MORE

comicsalliance:

ASK CHRIS #210: THE STRANGE SAGA OF BATGIRL CASSANDRA CAIN

By Chris Sims

Q: Cassandra Cain: WTF happened?@IamMedellin

A: Here’s the least shocking thing you’re going to read this week: I love Cassandra Cain. That probably goes without saying, given that she’s a relatively obscure member of the Batman family that made her debut when I was a teenager, but really, it goes deeper than that. She came out of the gate with a compelling edge, some phenomenally solid storytelling, and a hook for drama that put her in contrast to the rest of Gotham’s assorted heroes and hangers-on, while still feeling like a natural compliment to the other characters. And then, less than a decade later, she’d gone from being a new character with an incredible amount of potential to an also-ran who only really shows up to fill space in crossovers — something that almost never happens to characters in the Batman family, especially when they’ve got 70+ solo issues under their utility belts.

So what happened? Man, I can’t even tell you, I just read the darn things. But folks, it got really weird there at the end.

READ MUCH MORE

orbitingghosts:

STILL LOVE TIHS COMIC

orbitingghosts:

STILL LOVE TIHS COMIC

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appropriationofthekimono:

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"In America". Where I come from (and a lot of other countries), in 2014, a student can study at a public university for free. Period. No catch. No loan. No debt.

Also, Norway is one of the countries where foreign students can attend FREE university without paying a cent of tuition money.  (Source)

ultrafacts:

appropriationofthekimono:

ultrafacts:

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"In America". Where I come from (and a lot of other countries), in 2014, a student can study at a public university for free. Period. No catch. No loan. No debt.

Also, Norway is one of the countries where foreign students can attend FREE university without paying a cent of tuition money.  (Source)

astoundingbeyondbelief:

[8/24/2014 12:43:37 AM] Neemzy: I bet if that kaiju had a voice it would be voiced by modern day George Takei[8/24/2014 12:44:01 AM] Neemzy: do you see it’s fucking bedroom eyes though

astoundingbeyondbelief:

[8/24/2014 12:43:37 AM] Neemzy: I bet if that kaiju had a voice it would be voiced by modern day George Takei
[8/24/2014 12:44:01 AM] Neemzy: do you see it’s fucking bedroom eyes though

majiinboo:

  • Do not forget Michael Brown
  • Do not forget how the media dehumanized him and tried to justify his murder
  • Do not forget how peaceful protests were painted as savage riots
  • Do not forget police armed with military grade weapons terrorized and arrested black civilians
  • Do not forget Darren Wilson being awarded over $200,000 in fundraiser donations for murdering an unarmed black child
  • Do not forget that this system was not built to defend us, but to control us
  • Do not forget Ferguson