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dirawhatif:

friendlyneighbourhoodpizzaman:

Reading fanfiction is the worst because you start out with “I’ll just read this cute one shot” then suddenly it’s four am and you have 12 tabs open and you’re crying again because THEY DESERVE TO BE HAPPY WHY CANT THEY JUST BE HAPPY

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dragonista:

Reblog this if you would buy a book with an LGBTQ main character, whose sexuality was not the primary focus of the novel

If you would not, reblog this.

reblogging because I wrote one of these… and if it wasn’t my book which I could get for free I would totally buy it

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starseedjenny:

a couple days ago i saw someone raise the question of why Pacific Rim only seems to be resonating with millennials, and i didn’t know the answer, but i’ve been thinking about it a lot and suddenly i understand

it’s because it’s a movie about young people who are smart and capable but nonetheless handed a broken and nightmarish dying world, which is hurting everybody but especially them because they’re the ones who have to live their whole lives in it

and maybe it’s somebody’s fault but maybe it’s nobody’s fault, it doesn’t matter, but

there is a solution—which is literally to allow those young people to connect with and lean on each other and to give them the resources to take care of it themselves—but those in power refuse to take that solution seriously, so all the money and resources and power that should be going to fixing the problem are going into useless holes that aren’t going to save anybody

and everyone knows there’s no chance that things will get better. they know that everything is going to be terrible for the rest of time

and these young people take that world and the pathetic bottom of the barrel that’s been left for them and they spit and rebel in the faces of all of that, screaming that they won’t let it take them down after all

it’s a story about young people, together, exercising hope and power when they are afforded none and the stakes are so high

and it’s your story, too, if you make it be

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sarah531:

God help the outcasts
The poor and downtrod
I thought we all were
The children of God

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night swimming is good for your health

j-witless:

night swimming is good for your health

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officialheinzdoofenshmirtz:

when someone barges in on u and your guitar

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wylderwolfy:

if you’re ever sad, please try and imagine how cool and hardcore Cecil Gershwin Palmer would think you are, living in a world with wheat toast and mountains, and how many times he might call you “neat”

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"Sometimes it’s best to pretend the show ended before the series finale"

Fans everywhere (via randomstuffilike1995)

It doesn’t even matter what the show is

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sixpenceee:

vampirestakecareofourown:

sixpenceee:

I just witnessed this short film called ZERO
About a little guy who is ridiculed by society for an aspect he can’t control (SOUND FAMILIAR?) 
Never the less, he’s optimistic and helps those in need. 
The ending is absolutely adorable. What do you get when you add two zero’s together?
Just watch it

NO I SAW THIS MOVIE IN MY CREATIVE WRITING CLASS LAST YEAR
THIS MADE ME CRY
I WAS LEGITIMATELY CRYING OVER A TWINE DOLL

THAT MAKES TWO OF US

sixpenceee:

vampirestakecareofourown:

sixpenceee:

I just witnessed this short film called ZERO

About a little guy who is ridiculed by society for an aspect he can’t control (SOUND FAMILIAR?) 

Never the less, he’s optimistic and helps those in need. 

The ending is absolutely adorable. What do you get when you add two zero’s together?

Just watch it

NO I SAW THIS MOVIE IN MY CREATIVE WRITING CLASS LAST YEAR

THIS MADE ME CRY

I WAS LEGITIMATELY CRYING OVER A TWINE DOLL

THAT MAKES TWO OF US

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damewendy:

writingnotebooks:

Ooooh, I LOVE this question!
Lots of people keep journals with systematic diary entries, but I understand that it doesn’t work for everyone.
Here are some cool/interesting/fun/motivational/productive things you can do that don’t necessarily include keeping a diary:
Turn a Moleskine (or other notebook) into a planner/organizer/PDA/productivity system
52 lists
30 Days of Lists
Answer "50 Questions That Will Free Your Mind"
Start a gratitude journal
Create a "life handbook"
Keep morning pages
Start a scrapbook
Use journal prompts to answer questions when you feel like it
Participate in the 7-week Life Cleanse
Keep these 9 lists updated — REALLY useful things to keep track of!
Take notes as you learn something new
Use a notebook to keep track of goal-setting and productivity: 60 Ways to Improve Your Life in 100 Days
Keep a recipe book
Keep a reading journal/movie journal/music journal/fashion journal
Start a quote book
Make a travel journal — use it to plan your trip/vacation, then glue in transportation ticket stubs, itineraries, maps, photographs, dinner receipts at fancy restaurants, and write about your adventures
Doodle in it
Write poetry
Cut out and glue pretty pictures
Create a bucket list journal and record each item as you complete it
Does that give you enough ideas to start with? :)
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reblog to look at later. I love notebooks. It’s ridiculous how many I have. But I adore them

damewendy:

writingnotebooks:

Ooooh, I LOVE this question!

Lots of people keep journals with systematic diary entries, but I understand that it doesn’t work for everyone.

Here are some cool/interesting/fun/motivational/productive things you can do that don’t necessarily include keeping a diary:

Does that give you enough ideas to start with? :)

(Made rebloggable by request.)

reblog to look at later. I love notebooks. It’s ridiculous how many I have. But I adore them

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acongressofowls:

A complete list of all tracks featured in episodes of Night Vale. I intend to keep this list updated as more episodes are released, so you may want to try and Favorite the original post.
"These and More Than These" by Joseph FinkFeatured in Episode 1: PilotListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"The Bus is Late" by Satellite HighFeatured in Episode 2: Glow CloudListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Bill & Annie" by Chuck BrodskyFeatured in Episode 3: Station ManagementListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Closer" by The TinyFeatured in Episode 4: PTA MeetingListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Jerusalem" by Dan BernFeatured in Episode 5: The Shape in Grove ParkListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Aye" by DioFeatured in Episode 6: The DrawbridgeListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Despite What You’ve Been Told" by Two GallantsFeatured in Episode 7: History WeekListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"This Too Shall Pass" by Danny SchmidtFeatured in Episode 8: The Lights in Radon CanyonListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Last Song" by Jason WebleyFeatured in Episode 9: “PYRAMID”Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"i Know This" by Rachel KannFeatured in Episode 10: Feral DogsListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Cigarette Burns Forever" by Adam GreenFeatured in Episode 11: Wheat & Wheat By-ProductsListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Of a Friday Night" by Anais Mitchell(Listed in credits as “The Brightness”)Featured in Episode 12: The CandidateListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"You Don’t Know" by Mount MoonFeatured in Episode 13: A Story About You.Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Movement 1: Invocation of the Duke" by daKAH Hip Hop OrchestraFeatured in Episode 14: The Man in the Tan JacketListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"A Little Irony" by Tom MilsomFeatured in Episode 15: Street Cleaning DayListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Those Days Are Gone and My Heart is Breaking" by Barton CarrollFeatured in Episode 16: The Phone CallListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Neptune’s Jewels" by MysticFeatured in Episode 17: ValentineListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Jews for Jesus Blues" by Clem SnideFeatured in Episode 18: The TravelerListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Eliezer’s Waltz" by The Ventura Klezmer BandFeatured in Episode 19A: The Sandstorm(Falsely credited for Episode 19B)Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Eliezer’s Waltz" by DisparitionFeatured in Episode 19B: The Sandstorm(Falsely credited for Episode 19A)Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Get Me Home" by Robin AignerFeatured in Episode 20: Poetry WeekListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Sni Bong" by Dengue FeverFeatured in Episode 21: A Memory of EuropeListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Winifred" by Seth BoyerFeatured in Episode 22: The Whispering ForestListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Too Much Time" by John VandersliceFeatured in Episode 23: Eternal ScoutsListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Biblical Violence" by HellaFeatured in Episode 24: The MayorListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Sunday Morning Stasis" by Joseph FinkFeatured in Episode 25: One Year LaterListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Long Gone" by Mary EpworthFeatured in Episode 26: Faceless Old WomanListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Team the Best Team" by DoomtreeFeatured in Episode 27: First DateListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"You and I Belong" by Simone FeliceFeatured in Episode 28: Summer Reading ProgramListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Poor in Love" by DestroyerFeatured in Episode 29: SubwayListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"The Lethal Temptress" by The Mendoza LineFeatured in Episode 30: DanaListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Never Be Famous" by HussaloniaFeatured in Episode 31: A Blinking Light up on the MountainListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Palabras de papel" by Nelson PobleteFeatured in Episode 32: Yellow HelicoptersListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Big Houses" by SqualloscopeFeatured in Episode 33: CassetteListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Having Fun" by Tom MilsomFeatured in Episode 34: A Beautiful DreamListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Mijn Manier" by BrainpowerFeatured in Episode 35: Lazy DayListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Peanuts" by Sam ‘n’ AshFeatured in Episode 36: MissingListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Absentee" by Jack CampbellFeatured in Episode 37: The AuctionListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Black White and Red" by Emrys CroninFeatured in Episode 38: Orange GroveListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Penn Station" by The Felice BrothersFeatured in Episode 39: The Woman from ItalyListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Offering" by Black City LightsFeatured in Episode 40: The Deft BowmanListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"What Have They Done to You Now" by Daniel KnoxFeatured in Episode 41: WALKListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Remember Us" by Gabriel RoyalFeatured in the Live Episode “Condos”Performed Live at the Bell House in New YorkListen Now - Support the Artist - Purchase the Episode
"Keep It Coming" by Senim SillaFeatured in Episode 42: NumbersListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Cover Me Up" by Jason IsbellFeatured in Episode 43: VisitorListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Haunted" by Maya KernFeatured in Episode 44: CookiesListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Pretty Little Head" by Eliza RickmanFeatured in Episode 45: A Story About ThemListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Promise to the Moon" by Jason WebleyFeatured in the Live Episode “The Debate”Performed Live at the Roulette in New YorkListen Now - Support the Artist - Purchase the Episode
"Take Up Your Spade" by Sara WatkinsFeatured in Episode 46: Parade DayListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Stupid" by Brendan MacleanFeatured in Episode 47: Company PicnicListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"High Tide Rising" by FoxFeatured in Episode 48: RenovationsListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Call Off Your Ghost" by Dessa (ft. Aby Wolf and Paper Tiger)Featured in Episode 49: Old Oak Doors Part BPerformed Live at the Town Hall in New YorkListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Ghost Story" by Charming DisasterFeatured in Episode 50: Capital CampaignListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
Last updated: Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

acongressofowls:

A complete list of all tracks featured in episodes of Night Vale. I intend to keep this list updated as more episodes are released, so you may want to try and Favorite the original post.

"These and More Than These" by Joseph Fink
Featured in Episode 1: Pilot
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"The Bus is Late" by Satellite High
Featured in Episode 2: Glow Cloud
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Bill & Annie" by Chuck Brodsky
Featured in Episode 3: Station Management
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Closer" by The Tiny
Featured in Episode 4: PTA Meeting
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Jerusalem" by Dan Bern
Featured in Episode 5: The Shape in Grove Park
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Aye" by Dio
Featured in Episode 6: The Drawbridge
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Despite What You’ve Been Told" by Two Gallants
Featured in Episode 7: History Week
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"This Too Shall Pass" by Danny Schmidt
Featured in Episode 8: The Lights in Radon Canyon
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Last Song" by Jason Webley
Featured in Episode 9: “PYRAMID”
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"i Know This" by Rachel Kann
Featured in Episode 10: Feral Dogs
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Cigarette Burns Forever" by Adam Green
Featured in Episode 11: Wheat & Wheat By-Products
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Of a Friday Night" by Anais Mitchell
(Listed in credits as “The Brightness”)
Featured in Episode 12: The Candidate
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"You Don’t Know" by Mount Moon
Featured in Episode 13: A Story About You.
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Movement 1: Invocation of the Duke" by daKAH Hip Hop Orchestra
Featured in Episode 14: The Man in the Tan Jacket
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"A Little Irony" by Tom Milsom
Featured in Episode 15: Street Cleaning Day
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Those Days Are Gone and My Heart is Breaking" by Barton Carroll
Featured in Episode 16: The Phone Call
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Neptune’s Jewels" by Mystic
Featured in Episode 17: Valentine
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Jews for Jesus Blues" by Clem Snide
Featured in Episode 18: The Traveler
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Eliezer’s Waltz" by The Ventura Klezmer Band
Featured in Episode 19A: The Sandstorm
(Falsely credited for Episode 19B)
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Eliezer’s Waltz" by Disparition
Featured in Episode 19B: The Sandstorm
(Falsely credited for Episode 19A)
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Get Me Home" by Robin Aigner
Featured in Episode 20: Poetry Week
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Sni Bong" by Dengue Fever
Featured in Episode 21: A Memory of Europe
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Winifred" by Seth Boyer
Featured in Episode 22: The Whispering Forest
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Too Much Time" by John Vanderslice
Featured in Episode 23: Eternal Scouts
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Biblical Violence" by Hella
Featured in Episode 24: The Mayor
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Sunday Morning Stasis" by Joseph Fink
Featured in Episode 25: One Year Later
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Long Gone" by Mary Epworth
Featured in Episode 26: Faceless Old Woman
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Team the Best Team" by Doomtree
Featured in Episode 27: First Date
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"You and I Belong" by Simone Felice
Featured in Episode 28: Summer Reading Program
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Poor in Love" by Destroyer
Featured in Episode 29: Subway
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"The Lethal Temptress" by The Mendoza Line
Featured in Episode 30: Dana
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Never Be Famous" by Hussalonia
Featured in Episode 31: A Blinking Light up on the Mountain
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Palabras de papel" by Nelson Poblete
Featured in Episode 32: Yellow Helicopters
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Big Houses" by Squalloscope
Featured in Episode 33: Cassette
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Having Fun" by Tom Milsom
Featured in Episode 34: A Beautiful Dream
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Mijn Manier" by Brainpower
Featured in Episode 35: Lazy Day
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Peanuts" by Sam ‘n’ Ash
Featured in Episode 36: Missing
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Absentee" by Jack Campbell
Featured in Episode 37: The Auction
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Black White and Red" by Emrys Cronin
Featured in Episode 38: Orange Grove
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Penn Station" by The Felice Brothers
Featured in Episode 39: The Woman from Italy
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Offering" by Black City Lights
Featured in Episode 40: The Deft Bowman
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"What Have They Done to You Now" by Daniel Knox
Featured in Episode 41: WALK
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Remember Us" by Gabriel Royal
Featured in the Live Episode “Condos”
Performed Live at the Bell House in New York
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Purchase the Episode

"Keep It Coming" by Senim Silla
Featured in Episode 42: Numbers
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Cover Me Up" by Jason Isbell
Featured in Episode 43: Visitor
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Haunted" by Maya Kern
Featured in Episode 44: Cookies
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Pretty Little Head" by Eliza Rickman
Featured in Episode 45: A Story About Them
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Promise to the Moon" by Jason Webley
Featured in the Live Episode “The Debate”
Performed Live at the Roulette in New York
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Purchase the Episode

"Take Up Your Spade" by Sara Watkins
Featured in Episode 46: Parade Day
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Stupid" by Brendan Maclean
Featured in Episode 47: Company Picnic
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"High Tide Rising" by Fox
Featured in Episode 48: Renovations
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Call Off Your Ghost" by Dessa (ft. Aby Wolf and Paper Tiger)
Featured in Episode 49: Old Oak Doors Part B
Performed Live at the Town Hall in New York
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Ghost Story" by Charming Disaster
Featured in Episode 50: Capital Campaign
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

Last updated: Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

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darlingthumbelina:

win-the-revolution-with-style:

maria-alice-121:

WHAT DO WE WANT?

PROFESSIONALLY FILMED STAGE MUSICALS!!

WHERE DO WE WANT IT?

ON NETFLIX!!

OR ON DVD

OR LITERALLY ANYWHERE THATS AVAILABLE PUBLICLY

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isthisgospel:

I just really want more bisexual representation

I wish spn would stop queer baiting and just make dean canonically bisexual already

I wish oitnb would stop saying that piper was straight but now she’s gay and instead openly acknowledge the fact that she’s bisexual

I wish Steve Rogers would be written in the next movies as bisexual like the fandom has clearly adapted

I wish bisexuality could stop being erased

I want more representation

(Source: emilysdeletingherblog, via buntaire)