No, I'm not in the wrong bathroom.
californicreation:

named Sir Psycho
Tell us again how the Palestinians are supposed to act when they are, for all intents and purposes, being exterminated. Israel is doing to them exactly what America did to Native Americans. Bit by bit, parcel by parcel, village by village, they’re being exterminated and expunged.
- The Erosion of Palestine (via azspot)

euo:




Blue is the Warmest Color (2013) dir. Abdellatif Kechiche

I spent a long time looking at faces, drinking in smiles. Am I happy or unhappy? It’s not a very important question. I live with such frenzied intensity.

Things and people are waiting for me, and doubtless I am waiting for them and desiring them with all my strength and sadness. But, here, I earn the right to be alive by silence and by secrecy.

The miracle of not having to talk about oneself.

- Albert Camus, Notebooks 1935-1943  (via violentwavesofemotion)

(Source: hunkyydory)



playwrightfate:

Tire Swing - Kimya Dawson 

I took the Polaroid down in my room 
I’m pretty sure you have a new girlfriend 
It’s not as if I don’t like you 

It just makes me sad whenever I see it 
'cause I like to be gone most of the time 
And you like to be home most of the time 
If I stay in one place I lose my mind 
I’m a pretty impossible lady to be with 


pompous-asshole:

Come on Eileen by Dexy’s Midnight Runners

One of my favorite songs to get in a good mood :)

(Source: musical-blog)


laughing-treees:

meanwhileinpdx:

(via Portland Tribune Article: How Hard is it to Live with Less? | This Is The Little LifeThis Is The Little Life)

So why is it so hard to downsize?
Portland is part of the problem. Yes, the city is a national center for the tiny house movement and as an adjunct, the
living-with-less ethic. But that means there’s also a lot of free stuff here.
“Especially in Portland, you don’t have to buy things to acquire a lot,” Menard says. “Learning to say no to free things is actually a challenge.”
On the other hand, the popularity of tiny houses and micro-apartments here, and the many communal efforts such as the city’s tool libraries, make Portland a leader in living with less. One lesson Menard says she’s learned is that an Oregon-style conscience can get in the way of downsizing.
“The process wasn’t so much about tearing myself away from possessions as it was trying to figure out a way for them to be somewhere else,” she says. “I was responsible for these things, and because of my environmental ethic, I didn’t want to throw things away unless they were truly garbage.”

I want a tiny house!
Stop picking around the edges of the world. Take advantage, and if you can’t take advantage, take disadvantage. We live here. On this planet, in this nation, in this country right here. Nowhere else! We got a home in this rock, don’t you see! nobody starving in my home; nobody crying in my home, and if i got a home you got one too! Grab it. Grab this land! Take it, hold it, my brothers, make it, my brothers, shake it, squeeze it, turn it,twist it, beat it, kick it, kiss it, whip it, stomp it, dig it, plow it, seed it, reap it, rent it, buy it, sell it, own it, build it, mulitply it, and pass it on-can you hear me? Pass it on!
- Toni Morrison-Song of Solomon (via navigatethestream)

(Source: africansunset)


internetpoetry:

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Watched a lot of Greys Anatomy and hung out on this air mattress. It’s been a nice day ◻️◽️▫️◽️◻️
lovedogs1990:

Srry Vee<3