planeofchaos asked: Do you believe in original sin?

liberatingreality:

"Original sin" is a kind of carefully orchestrated psychological manipulation geared toward convincing people that they are inherently flawed, and are thus required to submit their will to deceptive, tyrannical religious leaders who have developed this concept as a way to enslave people from birth.

Furthermore, through convincing people that knowledge is “evil” and that faith is salvation, they sustain the ignorance of the oppressed, which entails perpetual dependency on those with knowledge, their captors, who veil their knowledge in claims of divinity.

laughterkey:

zoomwitch:

number-one-mollusc-fan:

snerky:

incredible

holy shit

look at this

I don’t even know where to begin.

nprfreshair:


"Everybody said, ‘Oh you must’ve been on drugs when you made those movies.’ No! We weren’t on drugs when we made them. I was on on drugs when I thought them up and I was on drugs when we showed them, but I was never on drugs when we made them, because it was too hard.” 
- John Waters


Waters’ new book is called Carsick. It chronicles his hitchhiking journey across the country. 

Photo by Richard Burbridge, 2008 

nprfreshair:

"Everybody said, ‘Oh you must’ve been on drugs when you made those movies.’ No! We weren’t on drugs when we made them. I was on on drugs when I thought them up and I was on drugs when we showed them, but I was never on drugs when we made them, because it was too hard.” 

- John Waters

Waters’ new book is called Carsick. It chronicles his hitchhiking journey across the country. 

Photo by Richard Burbridge, 2008 

normcore-dad:

Shout out to Al Jazeera straight up showing a video of their reporters getting tear gassed during a live interview of the Ferguson police chief denying that they are tear gassing journalists.

(via superwhateves)

fabledquill:

disneysnewgroove:

Disney movies in order of historical setting

(Excludes most of the package films. Some films, eg The Lion King, are impossible to pin down exactly and some, like Aladdin and Treasure Planet, are anachronistic, so these are estimations. A few have been split into 2 if there is more than one time period in the movie, and sequels have been put together.)

all good except frozen is definitely late 1830s-40s - their mother is depicted in an empire-waist dress from the ’20s, but the wide bell-shaped skirts and drop-shoulder dresses, as well as the hair throughout the movie is far more indicative of the 40s.

(via laughterkey)