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Akiba Solomon, on the murder of Islan Nettles & prosecutors dropping charges against Paris Wilson, the man who beat her to death in Harlem this past August. (via thepeoplesrecord)
What possible excuse in the world could there be for dismissing charges against a cold-blooded murderer?(via stfusexists) —
try to remember what you did with your free time before tumblr
#kids today #acting like fandom started in tumblr #let me tell you the tales of yahoo mailing lists and bb codes and message boards #let me tell you of power hungry moderators and bnfs#let me tell you of the domain of frank the goat before there was a rich text editor #this is the song of my people
ian mckellan and patrick stewart are so drift compatible that they’ve probably been piloting a jaeger for years and we just don’t know about it
Comment on the size of a man’s penis and it’s a low blow and a stab at his masculinity. Comment on the size of a woman’s anything and it’s a social norm.
im really good at this game called lets see how long you can stay single for
Can we talk for a minute though about how Thor and Loki’s reactions to grief are so different??
Thor holds it all in. He’s the crown prince, he’s supposed to. He internalizes it and tries his damnedest to take it like a king. He tries and manages to be a strength for others even through tragedy.
But Loki tries to hide his grieving and he really can’t. He blows up and wrecks his surroundings and himself. We could argue that Loki’s entire problem throughout the marvel universe is his inability to react to grief and sadness.
You’d think it’d be the opposite. That Thor would explode and destroy everything around him in response to such extreme emotions but nope, it’s Loki, master of illusions and tricks and masks, the trickster, that loses himself the most.