Our relationships with music sometimes resemble our relationships with people:...– Stephen Thompson on what to do when you’ve burned out on your favorite music (via nprmusic)
And may the odds be ever in your favor
Mom: don't stay up too late, we have to get up in the morning
Me: who do you think you are my mother?
Mom: . . . . . .
Me: . . . i won't
When you grow up as a girl, the world tells you the things that you are supposed...– Stevie Nicks (via actias)
No woman’s body type makes her deserving of emotional abuse. I don’t care if you...– Top 5: Tips for Men’s Advice Columns | BITCHTOPIA (via brute-reason)
I went to church with my family tonight and the...
Pastor: Now, according to a few passages in the bible, homosexuality is a sin.
Couple of older males in the audience: Amen!
Pastor: Now, wait, I'm not finished.
Pastor: You know what else the bible defines as a sin? Divorce.
Pastor: There are countless passages that talk about how divorce is wrong, and that there are consequences to getting a divorce, such as the wife should be stoned.
Pastor: Yet, I witnessed a divorce just this morning. And I gotta tell you, it was heartbreaking, but I definitely didn't attempt to throw rocks at the wife, even though she was the one who filed for divorce.
Pastor: We choose to overlook the consequences of divorce because time has proven that they're inhumane and cruel.
Pastor: The bible doesn't say anything about the consequences of a homosexual lifestyle. Yet, we seem to be spearheading a campaign to ruin the lives of people we don't even know.
-the pastor shifts a few notes around-
Pastor: The bible states to love thy neighbor. That's it. There are no other rules or restrictions to that passage.
Pastor: So, we as a church family have to support equality with a smile on our face. THAT is the true Christian way.
nbcnightlynews: Federal judge orders FDA to make morning-after pill available over-the-counter for girls of all ages
So on this day of reflection I say again, thank you for going on this journey...– The last sentence of Roger Ebert’s last blog post. (via nedhepburn) R.I.P. (via motherjones)
Joseph Heller, the author of Catch-22, once was at a party in the Hamptons. A guy came over to him and pointed at a young, 25 year old standing in the party who worked for a big hedge fund. Heller’s “friend” said to him, “see that guy over there? He made more money last year then you will ever make with all of your books combined.” Joseph Heller said, “Maybe so. But I have one thing that man will...