This is where I've stored and categorizes all of my likes for my personal tumblr. For general entertainment, help yourself by searching a few of the tags I've listed below:

adventure time, archer, art, avatar, bb ((Breaking Bad)), dc, equality, feminism, film, food, funny. info, insults, life hacks, marvel, science, simpsons, tv, vg, world of warcraft, x files

 

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t care whether someone identifies as an MRA, egalitarian, feminist, what have you. I personally prefer egalitarian because it doesn’t have a focus on one particular gender in its name, but so long as the person realizes that there are problems men face, as well as problems that women face, and both of which are messed up and need to change, I will agree with that person, whatever they call themselves. 

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t care whether someone identifies as an MRA, egalitarian, feminist, what have you. I personally prefer egalitarian because it doesn’t have a focus on one particular gender in its name, but so long as the person realizes that there are problems men face, as well as problems that women face, and both of which are messed up and need to change, I will agree with that person, whatever they call themselves. 

reasonsmysoniscrying:

"We turned off the Black Eyed Peas."
Submitted By: Kiri M.
Location: Alabama, United States

s-stevens:

Architecture Studio, a new set from Lego, comes with 1,210 white and translucent bricks. More notable is what it lacks: namely, instructions for any single thing you’re supposed to build with it. Instead, the kit is accompanied by a thick, 277-page guidebook filled with architectural concepts and building techniques alongside real world insights from prominent architecture studios from around the globe. In other words, this box o’ bricks is a little different. Where past Lego products might have had the happy ancillary effect of nurturing youngsters’ interest in architecture, here, that’s the entire point.

Seventy-three different kinds of bricks are included in the set. But bricks are easy to find. It’s the guidebook that’s truly new. Its pages offer accessible overviews of basic architectural concepts, along with illustrated exercises for exploring them in Lego form. Pages on negative space and interior sections, for example, encourage budding builders to think not only about how their miniature creations look from the outside but also in terms of what sorts of spaces they contain within them.

The trouble is that we have a bad habit, encouraged by pendants and sophisticates, of considering happiness as something rather stupid. Only pain is intellectual, only evil interesting. This is the treason of the artist: a refusal to admit the banality of evil and the terrible boredom of pain.

Ursula K. Le Guin, The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas (via unwritten-heaven)

its true its true being sad and in pain is the most banal most TEDIOUS way to exist and if you think in a million years that being happy is not interesting or fun then im so sorry for you

the utter bore of evil is ignore so often becuase “tragedy makes a great story” but does it really? im so sick and tired of this mentality and the fact that i always want a happy ending is seen as childish

the real interesting stories are the ones where people are given a chance to be happy, to become great, to stop bad things from happening, to be saved. it doesnt have to be easy for them. but i reject the idea that suffering is beautiful.

(via asokkalypsenow)

(Source: quotes-shape-us)