Hi there! My name is David, 19 years old, film student. Add me on Skype: cyanidejumper I'm currently living in Vancouver, and attending SFU.

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minazarei:


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IT’S LIKE WATCHING THE WAVES ABOVE YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN

minazarei:

asperatus cloud x

IT’S LIKE WATCHING THE WAVES ABOVE YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN

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spyderqueen:

expostninja:

thepianogirl1:

And in that moment, everybody in the theater let out a huge sigh of relief as they realized what had just happened; for the first time in forever there was no forced romance between the protagonists in an action movie. 
The heavens finally answered the prayers of the people. 

This was, no lie, one of my favorite scenes in the entire movie.  I had been waiting the entire film for the Same Old Thing to happen between Raleigh and Mako, and I wouldn’t have been angry.  The film had my heart at this point.  It would have been disappointing, but not enraging.  And they’re both there, and that seems to be what’s about to happen…

And then this.  And it felt so, so much more real and warm and sweet and genuine and friendly and compassionate.

Also, when I showed my mother the movie, not only was she thrilled they didn’t kiss but she correctly pointed out that as a relationship resolution, a kiss would have been entirely unnecessary because they had been drifting. She much preferred this forehead-to-forehead touch for them looking for a physical confirmation that the other was okay; she pointed out that symbolically, brain to brain made much more sense than lips to lips ever would have.

gracehelbl0g:

This is Sam Pepper. If you don’t know who he is, Sam is a successful YouTube prankster with over 2 million subscribers. He recently uploaded a video titled “Fake Hand Ass Pink Prank" where he pinched unsuspecting girls’ butts without their permission. None of this was done with the girls’ consent…meaning Sam Pepper sexually harassed and assaulted these women.

This is no longer a “simple, harmless prank” but rather a very serious matter and offence. If you haven’t seen the video yet, you can watch, dislike, and report it HERE. You can also take the pledge to help stop sexual violence at itsonus.org. Please do not let Sam get away with this kind of behavior. He crossed the line and needs to be held responsible for his disgusting actions.

taylorswift:

I was proud of the simple fact that I somehow avoided a major embarrassment in this moment.

taylorswift:

I was proud of the simple fact that I somehow avoided a major embarrassment in this moment.

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vibruhtor:

when does the kidz bop version of anaconda come out?

I tried on $1100 #Gucci leather boots on sale at Winners for $700 today, it was painful because they fit me prefectly. #why

I tried on $1100 #Gucci leather boots on sale at Winners for $700 today, it was painful because they fit me prefectly. #why

b1a4gasms:

and who do you think is responsible for challenging the legality of the passing of this law? you think the ugandan supreme court just sat down one day, went over every law ever passed to see if it was written according to code? no, someone had to challenge it in a citizen vs. state case (as is true in pm every contemporary legal system, in case you literally understand that little about legislation): in this case, 10 petitioners including 2 organizations like sexual minorities uganda (in short, DOZENS or HUNDREDS of ugandan queer activists). community leaders like  kasha jaqueline and frank mugisha (whose tweet is featured above) did careful, arduous research to find a reason to invalidate it and succeed, then legally challenged it. queer ugandans like nicholas opiyo and andrew mwenda put their own names down on the plaintiff statements, risking their personal safety, and pursued the case for its duration. don’t try to take this victory from them.

do all the people reblogging this insisting that it’s about “the LAW” and not about the hard work of dedicated activists realize you’re making the same arguments as the anons i deleted unpublished who said the same thing but called them “n*gger f*ggots” and were counting the days till the government writes a new law under official, legal circumstances? this day was a victory for months of hard work from a whole community led by passionate, brave organizers who we should all hold as role models!

and as a result, that same community held its pride parade legally for the first time WITHIN THE LAST 24 HOURS. (it is not uganda’s first pride parade, though, they’ve been doing it for years without legal protection). this means for the first time, the safety of ugandan queers at pride was PROTECTED BY POLICE instead of threatened. look!

(i’ll share only photos tweeted and linked by @prideuganda to avoid the possibility of western media presence outing ugandan queers against their will and consent, which has happened in the past and resulted in death, so please DO NOT share photos published by anyone other than parade participants if you find them- i’m looking at you, the daily mail and rolling stone!!!)

these are the names and faces of people who fought and won and celebrated. do NOT erase their efforts and victories by saying “it’s just the law”!!!!

also, i’m not a member of the ugandan queer community and learned everything i just repeated from googling and reading the twitter accounts of community leaders mentioned in public press. if i shared any information that was private or incorrect, or if i spoke about anyone involved disrespectfully, please let me know so i can remove it, correct it and make amends as best i can immediately.

if you think the military reaction in ferguson right now is justified, let me explain it this way: remember in the hunger games the people of the districts had been starved and used for cheap labour for years, and the things they did to make ends meet (the black market, poaching) were criminalized even though they were all good people? and then when rue was killed and the districts rioted, and the capitol brought forces in and everyone cheered on the people of the districts for fighting back against an oppressive government and we all understood that what the cops were doing to them was unnecessary violence and cruelty? ferguson today is like that, only the blood on the streets is real and not metaphoric. if you can watch a dystopian movie and understand that some circumstances require fighting back, hopefully you can understand this one: mike brown is dead, the community is oppressed, and the cops value silence over the lives of black people in ferguson. we’ve had centuries of black people asking ‘nicely’ and ‘politely’ not to be murdered in the streets, of trying to fix things through government jobs, and now it’s 2014 and mike brown is dead along with hundreds of other black people unjustly killed by cops. sometimes ‘saying please’ just doesn’t cut it, and sometimes it is necessary to hit back when you’ve been hit. sometimes riots are what is to be expected when millions of people are treated a second-class citizens. if you can understand it when the hero is a fictional white girl, why can’t you understand it when the heros are real, living humans? why can’t you understand that they’re heroes and not villains?

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