julie marie



P!nk talking about Stupid Girls [2/2]

Don’t play dumb, even if they want you to.

Props to her for pointing out problematic behavior without putting down the women in general.

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you know what will really convince women that misogyny doesn’t exist? sending them death threats! that’ll show ‘em!!

For those who provide excuses as to why we’re treated this way–speech, clothing–I ask you this: Is humanity earned or are we born with it?"
— Elon James White (via mysharona1987)

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Penny loves bedtime stories.

Penny loves bedtime stories.


Back to school, Warhol Philosophy Pencils


Back to school, Warhol Philosophy Pencils

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"Mathematically, even though we’ve made thousands of them, they’re impossible to make." - Erik Demaine describing the hyperbolic paraboloid on WNPR’s The Colin McEnroe Show. (Image Credit: Flickr Creative Commons, Stewart)


"Mathematically, even though we’ve made thousands of them, they’re impossible to make." - Erik Demaine describing the hyperbolic paraboloid on WNPR’s The Colin McEnroe Show. (Image Credit: Flickr Creative Commons, Stewart)

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get to know me

Fill in the blanks and tag 6 people!
Tagged by: tooloose-lautrec

Name: Julie
Birthday: August 23
Favorite color: Green
Lucky number: 13
Height: 5’3”
Talents: Finishing to-do lists
Last dream you remember: I dream very vividly, but I have a hard time holding onto them. I have a recurring nightmare of being in the backseat of a moving car that no one is steering.
Can you juggle: absolutely not
Art/sports/both: I am an excellent observer and a terrible practitioner of both. 
Do you like writing: Yes
Do you like dancing: Yes, but my feet are never quite in the right place. 
Do you like singing: Only for myself.

Dream vacation: Peru is next on the list - I’ve got my eye on Machu Picchu.
Dream guy/gal: A person who is much kinder and more thoughtful than I am, but never takes it personally when I don’t quite match up. Someone who is very forgiving of my tendency to ignore holidays and hope they go away.
Dream wedding: Weddings are fascinating as a cultural concept, but I’m not really all that sure I even want to get married, much less throw a ridiculous, huge party about it. 
Dream pet: A dog that doesn’t eat library books or pee on couches.
Dream job: I don’t really know, which has been a lifelong problem of mine. I like my current career incarnation quite bit - libraries are hotbeds of fun, intellectual conversation about a really wide variety of topics so it’s never boring so long as you decide to engage yourself. 
Favorite albums: The First Days of Spring - Noah & the Whale
Least favorite song:
Least favorite album:
Least favorite artist:

Guys/girls/both: Mostly guys.
Hair color: Doens’t matter much
Eye color: Pretty
Humorous/serious: humorous - because I tend to be too serious if left too my own devices
Taller/shorter: The majority of men I date seem to not be much taller than me, which is how I like it. I’m so short that it makes me nervous when a guy towers over me. 
Biggest turn-off: Sexism - I always bait the hook a few times on first dates and honestly, most men fail. 
Biggest turn-on: Unexpected kindness. My boyfriend is very, very good at this one. :)

I tag: mildmoderngirl, disquietus, kittysmiley, someonesgottohelpmedig, enclenque   :)


Gaspard Ulliel for Modern Weekly (x)


Gaspard Ulliel for Modern Weekly (x)

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A rare moment of cooperation with the camera.

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so sorry for my delayed response to this email, i have been very swamped being a confused and frightened idiot who can’t do basic life tasks like respond to her emails

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CNN’s Jake Tapper Telling the Truth about Ferguson

Jake Tapper exposing the truth! He earned his stripes today.

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I was the city police chief during 1999’s so-called “Battle in Seattle,” the clash between anti-globalization protesters and my police officers. I realize now that the way we looked – and the way we behaved – provoked and exacerbated the violence … It’s difficult to view citizens as partners when you’re looking at them through a Kevlar helmet and a riot shield – or when you have failed to build a culture of trust and then you add military equipment and tactics to a combustible mix of racial discrimination and little police accountability. This explosive combination makes policing significantly less effective, and dramatically less safe for everybody."
— Norm Stamper, writing in The Guardian (via ceevee5)
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