i’m getting ready to head to london to meet my sponsors, but all i want to do is lie in bed and cry all day

fascinasians:

Join us tomorrow to talk about why Net Neutrality and the internet are so important to us! 42 national civil rights organizations recently signed on AGAINST net neutrality, it’s time to show them that we disagree! Tweet with us #MyInternetIs tomorrow at 12pm EST/9am PST!
Here are some examples (click to tweet!):
#MyInternetIs an open discussion space where I learn and grow from folks I would have otherwise never met. http://bit.ly/1aqjmEJ
#MyInternetIs a free library on all the information I was never taught in schools. http://bit.ly/1aqjmEJ
#MyInternetIs is the way I practice my 1st amendment rights. I won’t allow the FCC to influence my voice! http://bit.ly/1aqjmEJ
#MyInternetIs my safe space where I determine what’s “high-demand”. I don’t prioritize aspects of my identity! http://bit.ly/1aqjmEJ

Confused about Net Neutrality? The “Save the Internet Campaign” summarizes it like this:


What Is Net Neutrality?
Net Neutrality is the fundamental principle that ensures you can read, watch or download whatever you want — and it’s not up to a phone or cable company to decide which websites will work.


Why Is Net Neutrality So Important?
Net Neutrality has made the Internet an unrivaled environment for free speech, civic participation, innovation, opportunity, press freedom and much more. It prevents online discrimination and gives any individual, organization or company the same chance to share their ideas and find an audience.


How Is Net Neutrality at Risk?
The FCC’s proposal would let a handful of giant Internet companies become the gatekeepers of everything we do, say and see online. If the FCC’s rules go into effect, Internet service providers will be allowed to favor their own content and charge extra fees to others for VIP treatment. This would create a two-tiered Internet with express lanes for the few who can afford the tolls — and winding dirt roads for the rest of us.


What Can We Do About It?
To ensure decision-makers hear from millions of Internet users and not just a few big companies, Free Press is mounting an all-out campaign to organize public support for Net Neutrality. If we succeed, the open Internet will continue to thrive as a space shared and shaped by its millions of users.

fascinasians:

Join us tomorrow to talk about why Net Neutrality and the internet are so important to us! 42 national civil rights organizations recently signed on AGAINST net neutrality, it’s time to show them that we disagree! Tweet with us #MyInternetIs tomorrow at 12pm EST/9am PST!

Here are some examples (click to tweet!):

#MyInternetIs an open discussion space where I learn and grow from folks I would have otherwise never met. http://bit.ly/1aqjmEJ

#MyInternetIs a free library on all the information I was never taught in schools. http://bit.ly/1aqjmEJ

#MyInternetIs is the way I practice my 1st amendment rights. I won’t allow the FCC to influence my voice! http://bit.ly/1aqjmEJ

#MyInternetIs my safe space where I determine what’s “high-demand”. I don’t prioritize aspects of my identity! http://bit.ly/1aqjmEJ

Confused about Net Neutrality? The “Save the Internet Campaign” summarizes it like this:

  • What Is Net Neutrality?

    Net Neutrality is the fundamental principle that ensures you can read, watch or download whatever you want — and it’s not up to a phone or cable company to decide which websites will work.

  • Why Is Net Neutrality So Important?

    Net Neutrality has made the Internet an unrivaled environment for free speech, civic participation, innovation, opportunity, press freedom and much more. It prevents online discrimination and gives any individual, organization or company the same chance to share their ideas and find an audience.

  • How Is Net Neutrality at Risk?

    The FCC’s proposal would let a handful of giant Internet companies become the gatekeepers of everything we do, say and see online. If the FCC’s rules go into effect, Internet service providers will be allowed to favor their own content and charge extra fees to others for VIP treatment. This would create a two-tiered Internet with express lanes for the few who can afford the tolls — and winding dirt roads for the rest of us.

  • What Can We Do About It?

    To ensure decision-makers hear from millions of Internet users and not just a few big companies, Free Press is mounting an all-out campaign to organize public support for Net Neutrality. If we succeed, the open Internet will continue to thrive as a space shared and shaped by its millions of users.

sadorapus:

candyredterezii:

people should just reply to anon hate with this

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damn dude thats brutal

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mrbellek:

ask-heichouu:

novur:

SO SOME ASSHOLE GOT HOLD OF MY PHONE AND CHANGE ALL MY CONTACT NAMES, ICONS AND RINGTONES TO THIS FUCKING THING

SO NOW WHENEVER I GET A CALL MY PHONE THINKS IT’S BEING ALL CUTE LIKE “it is a mystery >O>” FUCK YOU MAN

This is a blessed post and that ringtone is the cutest thing bUT I CAN NEVER FIND THE FUCKING POsT FOR LIKE FIVE YEARS

Oh god that music I can’t stop laughing

foodffs:

buzzfeedfood:

how to make all the best things

Thanks, Bae!

(When I get the time, I’ll post each recipe separately, although some of them are already here.)

Here's a (hopefully) funny prompt. Deaged!Dick being an acrobatic handful and Jason trying to keep him from doing crazy stuff that could get him hurt because Jason is terrified of Dick getting hurt.

Asked by jaydick-love

hawkstout:

Funny Prompts please read the rules.
jaydick-love

"Don’t climb up there."

"Why not?"

"Why not," Jason repeated staring down at the tiny ball of stubborn acrobatic fury.

He thought okay, look after kid Dick while Bruce tracks down Zatanna to reverse the spell (or something) piece of cake. Dick had to be one of those easy kids that listened to what you told them, acted polite, listened to their elders. Right?

What was he thinking? Of course not. The first thing the kid does is hang by his knees off the fire escape ‘to take in the view.’

"You could get hurt," Jason explained slowly. To be fair, Jason rarely had adults correcting his dangerous behaiour when he was a squirt so he didn’t have much to go on other than the panicked beating of his own heart seeing that tiny kid inches away from a big drop.

"I’m an acrobat," Dick told him proudly, as if this would fix the state of unease rising in Jason’s chest. "AND," Dick added, "I’m one of the world’s GREATEST acrobats. Wanna see?"

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THIS IS MAKING ME REALLY UNCOMFORTABLE

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THIS IS MAKING ME REALLY UNCOMFORTABLE

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I just want to be BBC famous.

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