Thursday, July 31, 2014

latiox:

we never thought we would reach 718+ pokémon

reminder that if you could remember to tag loud videos/audio posts with volume warning it would be appreciated. loud noises give me panic attacks.

methhomework:

straight people be like

snailboats:

my sister wrote a paragraph about naruto back when she was in second grade and the teacher called my mom up to the school because my little sister misspelled a word and i memorized the entire thing when she brought it home

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I CNAT BRETHA

memelordmikey:

*looks up zodiac compatibility with fave* *sees that we’re not compatible* *throws rock at sky* fuck you fake bitch

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

(Source: thugmissus)

palestinianpapi:

Born in a genocide and died in a genocide. Rest in power albi. There are no words for this. Justice will prevail.

palestinianpapi:

Born in a genocide and died in a genocide. Rest in power albi. There are no words for this. Justice will prevail.

segahaze:

post to #HighIQsOnly: am you gay? am you gay you rat bastard

While vaccine activists tend to dismiss the articulate neurodiversity people as “not really autistic,” merely “quirky” individuals hijacking the fates of those more seriously affected, they fight for research by pointing to swelling autism rates that include just such people.

http://nymag.com/news/features/47225/index2.html (via crystalbethuniverse)

I have been telling people this for years:

You can’t use stuff like 1 in 166, or even higher numbers, without counting people who are ‘high functioning’ or ‘PDDNOS’ and ‘Asperger’ and etc.  So if you claim to use numbers like that in your fundraising, then you cannot claim that you’re not talking about (insert type of ‘high functioning’ person here).  Because without ‘high functioning’ autistic people, you would have much smaller numbers much less impressive ones.  So you basically use them for numbers, but then throw them away when they’re inconvenient to your cause.

(via youneedacat)