evilfeminist:

 I’m a huge supporter of things which annoy misogynistic rich white men

keepkwamandcarryon:

Truth bomb.

keepkwamandcarryon:

Truth bomb.

"Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself."
Rumi (via wordsnquotes)

liljonthebaptist:

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES

The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.

Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

Haha poor short people

more of this!

"I am learning every day to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be to inspire me and not terrify me."
Tracee Ellis Ross (via wordsthat-speak)
cracked:

But…but…but everyone said it a lot…
6 Creepy Brainwashing Techniques You Can Use Today

#6. Repeating Your Opinion Makes People Believe It, No Matter How Stupid It Is
It’s just the way human social behavior works — if a message is repeated enough times, others will begin to accept it as a commonly held belief in the group. In fact, studies have found that if just one person repeats the same opinion three times, it has a whopping 90 percent chance of converting three different people in the group to have the same opinion. Holy shit, that’s how both politics and conspiracy theories work, isn’t it? Researchers at the University of Michigan have come to call the phenomenon memory distortion, and it’s basically a brain glitch where the interplay of repetition and assumption makes us form our beliefs around whatever opinion is the most familiar to us.

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cracked:

But…but…but everyone said it a lot…

6 Creepy Brainwashing Techniques You Can Use Today

#6. Repeating Your Opinion Makes People Believe It, No Matter How Stupid It Is

It’s just the way human social behavior works — if a message is repeated enough times, others will begin to accept it as a commonly held belief in the group. In fact, studies have found that if just one person repeats the same opinion three times, it has a whopping 90 percent chance of converting three different people in the group to have the same opinion. Holy shit, that’s how both politics and conspiracy theories work, isn’t it? Researchers at the University of Michigan have come to call the phenomenon memory distortion, and it’s basically a brain glitch where the interplay of repetition and assumption makes us form our beliefs around whatever opinion is the most familiar to us.

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"Comparison is an act of violence against the self."
Maya Angelou (via timlebsack)

staceythinx:

The sun’s rays filtered through a foggy forrest captured by photographer Rasa Aksom

singithigh:

"To all the women who silently made history"

*gold star*

*gold star*