But he hasn’t gotten shit done since he’s been in office, is driving this country into debt worse than any other president, and is ruining the United States of America…yeah, okay…
All the receipts I need! My President is doing great. Let’s not forget how this country’s government actually operates. Ya know, 3 branches, separate entities all with their own particular roles.
PREACH THAT! I’m so sick of people saying he’s not keeping his promises that he made to get into office and then act like they don’t see any of his plans getting bombed in Congress because Republicans vote against every single damned thing he brings to the table.
Sometimes you gotta pull it out and put it on the table!! Let them see it!!!6
this is beautiful. We’ve all been there. But usually there’s now camera.
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Lmaoooooo omg he so shame and HE SHOULD BE
This sad Brazilian fan was shown crying. But no ones published this beautiful picture of him handing the trophy to a German fan. He was quoted as saying "Take it to the final! As you can see, it is not easy, but you deserve it, congratulations" (Roughly translated)
Hmm, this might sound silly - but how about the shop in the Moderna Museet? I remember their stuff - your designs would really fit right in there… if your lucky and happen to talk to the right person? Anyway: lots of luck!
I am going to Stockholm next week, mainly just for a holiday, but I thought I would take the opportunity to visit some shops to inquire if they would be interested in becoming stockists of our jewelry.
The idea is to approach independent shops that aren’t part of a chain, since it’s my feeling that it’s easier to get a deal with a smaller place.
Problem is I do not know where to start. Do you have any suggestion of cool shops whose image sort of match what we’re doing here?
I think this prank is predicated on the idea that a tampon is some weird gross useless item that no one could POSSIBLY find a use for?
like, it’s the kind of prank that only a 4channer could come up with because you have to literally forget that non-cartoon vaginas exist and half of all people have them
Dude they can send me free tampons fuck
IVE NEVER LAUGHED THIS HARD LIKE YES, PLEASE DO LITERALLY SEND ME FREE MONEY
this entire babyfight we’ve got going on is just fucking wild
i could use some free tampons
Where do I sign up for the free tampons?
I’ve talked about before how I feel about the idea that there is anything called a normal fan, but today I want to talk a little bit about fandom because it is often held up as being gross in some fashion and I think, at its base, there is one simple phrase that this disgust is built upon. At some point in a criticism of fandom there will be a phrase like this one, either explicitly stated or heavily implied:
'Fandom's full of straight, white girls.'
The first part of the sentence is fine. Fandom is full. Fandom is full of passion. Of art. Of writing. Of discussion. Most importantly, fandom is full of people all bursting to be heard.
What about the second part of that sentence? Well, that’s where things get messy. The phrase conjures up images of women screaming and fainting at the mere mention of The Beatles, NKotB, or Justin Bieber. In these cases, every use of the word ‘fan’ in media really does mean ‘fanatic,’ because there is something fanatical in the way these images are presented. Normal people, of course, would never cry over music. Would never stomp their feet and shake their heads in excitement. Would never gasp or cheer when they saw someone they greatly admired. Would never faint when moved by something. It’s inappropriate, right? “Fervor, shrieking, bizarre,” the journalist says with a grin, and we are all supposed to laugh at the joke.
"There has been an arbitrary map drawn that shows us where it is okay to be a fan of something and where it is not, and the borders of this map usually follow stereotypical masculine/feminine roles. Being a screaming, stomping fan of sports is okay. Being a screaming, stomping fan of a boy band is not."
Yes! Am I supposed to find my 12-year old daughter’s intricate and encyclopedic knowledge of diverse Manga-universes inferior to the knowledge of teams and scores of the drunken chanting football fans I passed in the streets of Zurich tonight? Is my obsession with a brilliant TV series really that ridiculous a passtime compared to, lets say, compulsory consumption of pornography or watching race cars going in circles? I like to drink as well and sometimes I even enjoy football. And sure, I do watch porn. I just am infinately more proud of being asociated with my fandom. In my classroom I teach that ‘girlish’ and ‘gay’ are compliments.
The most impressive naval career of all the female sailors is that of William Brown, a black woman who spent at least twelve years on British warships, much of this time in the extremely demanding role of captain of the foretop. A good description of her appeared in London’s Annual Register in September 1815: “She is a smart, well-formed figure, about five feet four inches in height, possessed of considerable strength and great activity; her features are rather handsome for a black, and she appears to be about twenty-six years of age.” The article also noted that “in her manner she exhibits all the traits of a British tar and takes her grog with her late messmates with the greatest gaiety.”
Brown was a married woman and had joined the navy around 1804 following a quarrel with her husband. For several years she served on the Queen Charlotte, a three-decker with 104 guns and one of the largest ships in the Royal Navy. Brown must have had nerve, strength, and unusual ability to have been made captain of the foretop on such a ship….The captain of the foretop had to lead a team of seamen up the shrouds of the foremast, and then up the shrouds of the fore-topmast and out along the yards a hundred feet or more above the deck….
At some point in 1815, it was discovered that Brown was a woman and her story was published in the papers, but this does not seem to have affected her naval career….What is certain is that Brown returned to the Queen Charlotte and rejoined the crew.