Myers Briggs by Mythical Creatures

readingontheroof:

INFJ: Phoenix
ESTP: Centaur
INTJ: Basilisk
ESFP: Pegasus
INFP: Unicorn
ESTJ: Hellhound
INTP: Wizard
ESFJ: Angel
ISFJ: Genie
ENTP: Sea Serpent
ISTJ: Vampire
ENFP: Pixie
ISFP: Siren
ENTJ: Griffin
ISTP: Werewolf
ENFJ: Fairie

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goliosi:

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queenofthesideeye:

houseofmack:

medievalpoc:

Toni Morrison
[“The function, the very serious function of racism, is distraction. It keeps you from doing your work. It keeps you explaining, over and over again, your reason for being. Somebody says you have no language, so you spend twenty years proving that you do. Somebody says your head isn’t shaped properly, so you have scientists working on the fact that it is. Someone says you have no art, so you dredge that up. Somebody says you have no kingdoms, so you dredge that up. None of that is necessary. There will always be one more thing.” -Toni Morrison]
Wow. I swear, every time Toni Morrison opens her mouth, truth that cuts to the core falls out.
This quote resonates with me because so much of what I want to happen here has to do with removing a lot of the racist assumption about history in so that others can just get on with it. Even if you don’t like what I write, the images, links, books, and resources are still here to link to, rather than constantly being bombarded with and distracted by demands for “education”, “proof” that racism exists, or anything else anyone might need it for.
Whether you’re writing, making visual art, working in education, or just trying to have a conversation, it’s my hope that this blog might help remove some of the distractions of racism as defined above, and do your thing.

So well said. 
If you want to hear the entire program from which this quote comes, Portland State released the audio via Soundcloud, and I’ve posted a downloadable transcript on my site. 
The audio is 2 hours long, and well worth your time. 

Omg! Thank you so much for your gift of transcription. I just printed and will be reading and highlighting during my chaperone duties :)

queenofthesideeye:

houseofmack:

medievalpoc:

Toni Morrison

[“The function, the very serious function of racism, is distraction. It keeps you from doing your work. It keeps you explaining, over and over again, your reason for being. Somebody says you have no language, so you spend twenty years proving that you do. Somebody says your head isn’t shaped properly, so you have scientists working on the fact that it is. Someone says you have no art, so you dredge that up. Somebody says you have no kingdoms, so you dredge that up. None of that is necessary. There will always be one more thing.” -Toni Morrison]

Wow. I swear, every time Toni Morrison opens her mouth, truth that cuts to the core falls out.

This quote resonates with me because so much of what I want to happen here has to do with removing a lot of the racist assumption about history in so that others can just get on with it. Even if you don’t like what I write, the images, links, books, and resources are still here to link to, rather than constantly being bombarded with and distracted by demands for “education”, “proof” that racism exists, or anything else anyone might need it for.

Whether you’re writing, making visual art, working in education, or just trying to have a conversation, it’s my hope that this blog might help remove some of the distractions of racism as defined above, and do your thing.

So well said. 

If you want to hear the entire program from which this quote comes, Portland State released the audio via Soundcloud, and I’ve posted a downloadable transcript on my site. 

The audio is 2 hours long, and well worth your time. 

Omg! Thank you so much for your gift of transcription. I just printed and will be reading and highlighting during my chaperone duties :)

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kazeboshi asked

"Hello, do you watch free! iwatobi swimclub? because I think the cute gif you reblog was related to the 2nd ending. just so you know ;)"

OH thank you! I didn’t know; I’ve never actually seen it. I’ll have to go check it out. Maybe become a little involved, expand my repertoire of fanart…

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fyeahkoreanphotoshoots:

Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14

Trungles is this your mega evolution? 

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Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14

Trungles is this your mega evolution? 

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fyeahkoreanphotoshoots:

Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14

Trungles is this your mega evolution? 

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fyeahkoreanphotoshoots:

Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14

Trungles is this your mega evolution? 

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Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14

Trungles is this your mega evolution? 

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fyeahkoreanphotoshoots:

Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14

Trungles is this your mega evolution? 

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fyeahkoreanphotoshoots:

Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14

Trungles is this your mega evolution? 

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fyeahkoreanphotoshoots:

Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14

is this your mega evolution?

IF ONLY 

"Dear Afu, I noticed that you do nipples well. Do you have any tips for an aspiring artist?"

afuchan:

To all artist, people have nipples. Don’t forget to draw them in.

WENDY

fyeahkoreanphotoshoots:

Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14
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Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14
fyeahkoreanphotoshoots:

Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14
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Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14
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Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14
fyeahkoreanphotoshoots:

Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14
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Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14

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Daniel Henney - Elle Magazine February Issue ‘14

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mrsnugglekins:

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mrsnugglekins:

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notablyindigo:

r-colored:

sun-flowerings:

motiya:

Karl Lagerfeld has never been to India. ,"It’s much more inspiring not to go to places than to go," he said. What kind of british raj vibes, and colonial exploitation themes in Chanel’s 2012 Paris- Bombay collection. Even the use of the name Bombay, the anglicized version of Mumbai, invokes a time of British rule.

"It’s all about refinement. It’s the Paris version of the idea of India," explained Lagerfeld. Look at this modern day colonialism, here are the pretty parts served up in Paris, while we ignore problems that the raj left behind.

The clothes/ few desi models used look stunning, but look at where this collection is coming from, a place of ignorance, and a complete disregard for our history.

"It’s the Paris version of the idea of India."

WOOOOOOOOOWWWWWW

Oh my fucking GOD

"The made-up fantasies that we have about them in our heads is so much better than… them."

Oh god ew

seanmonster:

keyofnik:

ADORABLE EXCITED BOUNCING SENSHI

MAY NOT SURVIVE SCENE

SEND HELP

YOU LEFT OUT THE BEST ONE

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BREAKING: The Situation in Gaza Has Taken a Horrifying Turn

murderous-moon:

thebluelip-blondie:

dynastylnoire:

thepoliticalfreakshow:

The news: Israeli units attacked Gaza’s only power station, burning large sections of it to the ground. It made for a dramatic picture in Gaza, one that some on social media said looked like actual hell on Earth.

The bombing appears to have cut off both electricity and water sanitation for most of the Palestinian territory’s 1.8 million residents. According to the Washington Post, the damage will take months to repair and has left almost all of Gaza, including some hospitals, without utility access. Six of eight remaining power connections from Israel have been severed by the fighting.

But that’s not all. Later, an Israeli tank attack on a UN school killed at least 15 Palestinians, even though Gaza residents were told to seek safety there. Israel accuses Hamas of using schools as bases to launch rockets.

Here’s what you need to know: The death toll in the Gaza Strip soared past 1,200 Tuesday, with whole neighborhoods reduced to rubble as constant bombing killed as many as 100 Palestinians. As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that the Israel Defence Force’s campaign in Gaza would be “prolonged,” hinting that the Israeli invasion has taken on new objectives, Gazans cowered in fear from some of the most intense bombings yet seen in the area. 

The United Nations estimates that 70-80% of the dead are civilians. An additional 7,000 have been wounded. In short, the situation in Gaza is getting much worse very quickly.

Dozens of other attacks ravaged whole neighborhoods, with ferocious strikes targeting senior Hamas political leader Ismail Haniyeh’s residence, Hamas’ al-Aqsa TV headquarters, a finance building and several local mayors’ homes. Gaza City’s al-Amin Mohammed Mosque, which sits across the street from a house owned by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, was blown apart. Hamas and Israel blamed each other for shells which exploded in Jabaliya refugee camp, killing at least 10 people.

Bombs also fell near areas where international journalists were housed.

time lapse video appears to show an entire Gaza neighborhood totally annihilated after an hour of sustained airstrikes.

On the Israeli side, the threat of rockets sent some in Tel Aviv scrambling for bomb shelters. Bands of Hamas militants are somehow still finding their way through tunnels leading under the border. Five Israeli soldiers were killed in gun battles with one such infiltration force, bringing the total number of soldiers dead to 53. The IDF’s official propaganda channel has turned up the rhetoric, offering prayers to slain heroes and providing daily updates on the number of targets bombed.

Meanwhile, Hamas distributed some chilling propaganda of its own: A video of the tunnel attack, which appears to show the deaths of some of the five soldiers killed.

A ceasefire has so far failed to develop, with both Hamas and Israel blaming each other.

Why you should care: While the rest of the world appears pretty shocked by the images coming out of Gaza, most Israelis either aren’t shocked or accept them as the cost of dismantling Hamas. The Washington Post reports between 87% and 95% of Israeli Jews generally support continuing the operation, while four out of five oppose a unilateral withdrawal. Hamas’ merry band of fanatics remains obstinate despite horrifying losses in manpower and resources. As of now there doesn’t seem to be a short-term impetus for either side to change the course of the ongoing conflict, which means continued devastation of this scale is sadly likely.

Source: Tom McKay for World.Mic

Jesus help them please

this is horrible

how do you seriously look at this and not call it terrorism

how do you absorb all this news and still have the gall to ask “but what about israeli feelings?!”

fuck anyone who brings up ~both sides~ nonsense

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mattahan:

Cannot be stressed enough.

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Anonymous asked

"Wait, is that you in the Mamoru cosplay? You're kind of handsome and stuff."

Awww that’s so nice of you ^_^  that’s my face! I’m not sure it was really -cosplay- I was just in the office before my workday started, and I taped a crumpled ball of paper to my forehead.

Founding Avenger Janet Van Dyne will be pre-emptively killed off in Marvel's "Ant-Man" movie.

bumblebros:

This is egregious bullshit.

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Trungles

Trungles

Personal page of a certain doodler and casual webcomicker.

Lots of oppression discourse, magical girls, illustration, and comics.

I know it looks like it's mostly pictures and doodles sometimes, but seriously just go follow my art tumblr (conveniently located under the "Pages" tab) if that's what you're looking for because I am going to blog about oppression a lot and will not be feeling inclined to personally or gently usher anyone into a conversation for which they have no context.

@trungles