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    If Linkin Park plays in the forest and no one is around to hear it, in the end, does it even matter?

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    The Secret Garden. Business in front, party in back.

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    when you postpone saving the world to do sidequests


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    We go forward.

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  • "By the time I had a few thousand followers on Twitter, people began to refer to me as a “public figure.” While mine was a paltry fame compared to literally thousands of cishet white men in the industry, that type of visibility for women is far rarer due to sexism, misogyny, online harassment, the way intellectual labor by women is devalued, and the costs of exposure to women in the field.

    I soon realized that calling me a “public figure” had nothing to do with describing my impact on the industry or recognizing my achievements within it. Rather, the term “public figure” is solely ascribed to me as part of justifying abuse, harassment, humiliation, boundary violations and invasion of my privacy by anyone — from journalists to anonymous trolls to professional peers. When I protest journalists using bullying and dishonest tactics to exploit my life and relationships for page views, I’m a “public figure” and thus not allowed any privacy or boundaries, or to defend myself in any way. When my experiences and words are twisted, taken out of context and used against me as attacks; when months of my tweets are dug through to find a scrap of something to attack me with: “well you live your life in public!”

    Ironically, people who actively stalk me, industry professionals and members of the media engage in the exact same rhetorical tactics of appealing to my “public figure”-ness to justify their acts. The constant gendered harassment, stalking and boundary violation I receive is considered by many to be the natural exhaust of my visibility. There’s the assumption that the visibility itself is beneficial enough to me to merit the tradeoff of daily abuse, that I “should have known” it would be like that this, or that I have brought it upon myself by being a “drama queen,” “attention whore,” or by writing things that are widely read in the industry (which for white cishet men is termed “having ambition” and “being successful”)."  - “Internet Famous”: Visibility As Violence On Social Media , by Shanley Kane | Model View Culture (via brutereason)

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    Shark guns by Christopher Schulz

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    Endless List of Mass Effect Favorites 15/?
    "Still better than the Mako".
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  • "

    The [Hobby Lobby] ruling elevates the rights of a FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION over those of its women employees and opens the door to all manner of claims that a company can refuse services based on its owner’s religion. Think about the ramifications: As Justice Ginsberg’s stinging dissent pointed out, companies run by Scientologists could refuse to cover antidepressants, and those run by Jews or Hindus could refuse to cover medications derived from pigs (such as many anesthetics, intravenous fluids, or medications coated in gelatin).

    In this case, the owners happen to be deeply Christian; one wonders whether the case would have come out differently if a Muslim-run chain business attempted to impose Sharia law on its employees.

    As many have pointed out, Hobby Lobby is the same company that invests in Pfizer and Teva Pharmaceuticals, makers of abortion inducing-drugs and the morning after pill. It also buys most of its inventory from China, where forced abortions are common. The hypocrisy is galling.

    "  - Hobby Lobby Ain’t a Church, It’s a For Profit Business (via smdxn)

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    My 12-year-old self is freaking out right now. This could quite possibly be the best throwback Thursday ever. 

    Find out the details on where to buy this genius device here. 

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    I have a physics textbook from before the electron was discovered and they just sound so frustrated it’s hilarious