the direct result of peer pressure. where's a psa when you need one?

 

d2fang:

necrotelecomnicon:

carcharocles:

Scarlett Johansson is a Zionist and supports Israel

stop reblogging pictures of her genocide-loving face

also is the current PR face of an Israeli corporation with factories built on illegally occupied Palestinian land and tapping Palestinian water reserves in order to bottle and sell them

so not just a Zionist, she also directly profits off the continuation of Palestinian oppression

She is also supportive of Woody Allen. The list goes on.

barbeauxbot:

metasoma:

masterofbirds:

in3ffable-lib3rty:

IMPORTANT FERGUSON UPDATE - WATCH THIS VIDEO BEFORE YOUTUBE TAKES IT DOWN

CNN REPORTER Fredricka Whitfield interviews the Store Owner’s Lawyer (from the store that was “”“”“”“robbed”“”“”“”“”“”” by “”“”“”“”“”mike brown”“”“”“”“”“)

As the lawyer begins to explain what really happened, cnn “”“”“loses the feed”“”“”“

WOW

that end is the fakest shit i’ve ever seen

What the fuck

on-white-horses:

bofur-of-ered-luin:

The cast of LOTR talk about their horses // LOTR behind the scenes

Because I’m always unreasonably pissed off when everyone credits Blanco as the principal Shadowfax. I mean if you’re gonna nerd over LOTR ponies, get your facts right. >.>

(Source: bofurs)

sleepy baby

thesixpennybook:

riotinglesbian:

I’m thinking about going vegetarian, and then eventually, vegan. Does anyone have tips for this transition? (I already don’t eat red meat, and I tend to stay away from eggs ) 

I went vegetarian cold, uh, turkey after I left home and found it fairly straightforward. my main tips would be:

  • try to cook/eat food that would never have meat in it anyway. it’s harder to miss meat when you’re eating a tasty dhal or cheesy fried polenta than something where you’re blatantly subbing in something else for meat.
  • similarly, take it as an opportunity to try out new foods and styles of cooking. it’s much easier to stick to a new way of eating if it’s fun and interesting rather than being constantly like, ‘goddamn I am tired of hummus where is my bacon sandwich’.
  • if you have access to a freezer then bulk-buy dried beans and rice, cook up big batches of them on a weekend, and freeze them in small portions to grab and chuck in a meal when you need them. I’ve found this page super helpful- it gives you cooking times for loads of different beans and great tips on preparation and storage. dried beans are time-consuming but much cheaper than buying tins, plus the soaking and boiling process helps to disperse the ~gastric effects~ of tinned beans.
  • blenders are awesome for making nutritious smoothies (that guy is kind of a nut but his formula recipes are great, see also his veggie burger formula), and for making thick and filling soups.
  • if you fancy trying tofu but you’ve never used it before, learn how to cook it properly. I was put off tofu for years because a newly-vegan friend of mine made me some truly disgusting soggy tofu chilli. Maki Itoh has a great guide to various kinds of Japanese tofu and how to cook them (she also has a great primer on miso which is one of the tastiest things on the planet and a great way to bring complex flavour to veggie and vegan food).
  • if you want some thought-food on vegetarianism/veganism I highly recommend Carol J Adams’ The Sexual Politics of Meat and Jonathan Safran Foer’s Eating Animals (I wrote my MA dissertation on vegetarianism and Christian ethics so I can recommend a lot more reading if anyone’s interested, but those two are really standout books).
  • my final tip is this quesadilla recipe because I’m pretty sure it is divinely inspired.

Basically

Good character: *has one character flaw*

Fandom: This character is terrible--who's the REAL bad guy here?

Bad character: *lies, cheats, steals, pillages, murders*

Fandom: He had a really hard childhood okay