This Is My Middle Finger

"Consistency is the hallmark of small minds." I'm basically dumping my collection of art and gothy stuff on tumblr. Hopefully someone will enjoy it. Sometimes containing nudity, sex, or social justice.

“…I remain restless and dissatisfied; what I knot with my right hand, I undo with my left, what my left hand creates, my right fist shatters.”

—   Günter Grass, The Tin Drum   (via kafkaesque-world)

(Source: quotactions, via indiscordium)

Money can buy

ragingpeacock:

  • Independence and safety (not having to rely on abusive ppl, getting to control how you spend your time and money)
  • Experiences (travel, events, vacations, entertainment)
  • Health (medical care duh, good food, good location, reduced stress)
  • Opportunity (car, being able to move, having a safety net, “looking professional”)
  • Confidence (clothes that make you look good, things that make you feel good)

iunno that seems a lot like happiness

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sandandglass:

Bryan Stevenson on The Daily Show.

(via racialicious)

pixography:

Sandra Yagi

pixography:

Sandra Yagi

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(Source: eisbrecherbrasil, via rammkopf)

darning-socks:

Perfect.

By Riy [tumblr | twitter | deviantart]

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Darren Wilson’s testimony is irrelevant.

rafi-dangelo:

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Last month, Darren Wilson testified before the grand jury to justify shooting an unarmed man six times.  By law, he’s not required to testify and many cops in this situation choose not to, but someone in Wilson’s camp knew that even though his “version” of the scenario shouldn’t ultimately matter, it sets the stage for a jury to believe he felt his life was in danger.

Michael Brown’s death has three parts:
1) The initial stop by Wilson
2) The struggle in the cruiser
3) The actual murder

The only section of the timeline that should matter is the third part, but the defense in this case is using what allegedly happened in Wilson’s police cruiser to justify killing a man who was running away from him minutes after that.  If the jury is supposed to take the second scene in the series of events as an explanation to justify the third, then they should take the initial scene as well because Brown should have never been stopped in the first place.

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