i’m concerned about boys with mental illnesses and eating disorders and abusive relationships and sexual assault survivor stories and self-harming tendencies who never get the attention or care or help they need because all of those things “don’t happen to men” or because “all men are horrible monsters” and i just wanna say if you’re a boy and you’re struggling with something hard, your gender doesn’t diminish or dismiss your struggles or make them any less significant or difficult and i love you and i’m here for you

I preen for satan

I preen for satan

Preen for Satan.

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Couldn’t even bother to make his own fake blood tissue

You’d think these dumbass white people would stop doing this now that reverse google image searches exist.

The entirely unnecessary demise of Barnes & No…



“Whether the Andrea Gail rolls,
pitch-poles, or gets driven down, she winds up, one way or another, in a
position from which she cannot recover. Among marine architects this is known
as the zero-moment point – the point of no return.” –Sebastian Junger, “The
Perfect Storm”

Posts like this aren’t my usual fare, but there’s a lot of
readers on Tumblr. So y’all might be interested – or, if not, you really should

On Monday, this went down:


That’s the bloodless, matter-of-fact, ho-hum business event
way of describing it. Let me paint you a different picture.

On Monday morning, every single Barnes & Noble location –
that’s 781 stores – told their full-time employees to pack up and leave. The
eliminated positions were as follows: the head cashiers (those are the people
responsible for handling the money), the receiving managers (the people
responsible for bringing in product and making sure it goes where it should),
the digital leads (the people responsible for solving Nook problems), the newsstand
leads (the people responsible for distributing the magazines), and the bargain
leads (the people responsible for keeping up the massive discount sections). A
few of the larger stores were able to spare their head cashiers and their
receiving managers, but not many.

Just about everyone lost between 3 and 7 employees. The
unofficial numbers put the total around 1,800 people.



We’re not talking post-holiday culling of seasonal workers.
This was the Red Wedding. Every person laid off was a full-time
. These were people for whom Barnes & Noble was a career.
Most of them had given 5, 10, 20 years to the company. In most cases it was
their sole source of income.

There was no warning.

But it gets worse.

Keep reading

This is long, and you need to read it. Don’t let anyone tell you Barnes and Noble was forced into this by market forces etc,etc. This is a series of deliberate choices on their part.

Also, I used to work in a field where we helped a lot of people after lay offs. I’ve seen companies handle them well, and badly. This is as bad as I’ve seen short of chaining the gates overnight. It’s not normal, it’s not just how it’s done, it’s another deliberate choice.

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items fit for a glitch witch



Charles Freger. Wilder Mann Series. Actual pagan costumes and rituals from Europe.

I want patrons


At first, sorry for poor my English.


I can’t draw

enough pixels last 1-2 years, It’s due to my house.

My house is in deep in the mountain (Mt.Kumano). I didn’t talk with human. 30~ days as usual.

There is no hospital, no car, no youth, no friends, and no families.

I’m about to go crazy. 

Honestly, This is worst time in my life.

I want to seeing cityscapes on daily basis, and draw them more.

but I have not enough incomes to live in Tokyo or other city.

If you like my works

Please guess about becoming my patron.

You can pay from $1.

(I do not prepare special rewards at this time.)

You can be my patrons at this page/site :


If you don’t want to pay with patreon, Message me.

I have a paypal account:

thanks. and sorry for text post.

Yuuta Toyoi






Can we please please normalize subtitles? 

Subtitles are:

1. A necessity for deaf people

2. REALLY helpful for those who are partially deaf, have APD (like me and my sister) or any other hearing problem

3. really helpful for those who can’t focus well, especially for those with ADD/ADHD (like me)

4. Is incredibly helpful for people learning a second language, or for bilingual people who can read better than they can hear 

5. Even if you aren’t into learning the language, there are countless amazing foreign movies and songs you really can’t enjoy without subtitles!

6. Can help people (like my sister) who have reading comprehension 

7. Can help when you’re having a party and you don’t want to pause every time someone wants to make a comment/joke

8. Can help when the characters in the show have a heavy accent (especially in period shows) 

9. Let’s be honest subtitles can really add to the humor of the show! (”sobs mathematically”, “screeches loudly”, “angrily fixes bowtie”)

10. Can let people watch content without headphones, or in areas of loud noises. 

11. Alternatively, If someone has sensitive hearing or is triggered by loud noises, they can turn the volume down low and still be able to enjoy the content

12. The last bit is VERY true for movies where they switch between soft speaking and LOUD BOOMING NOISES (I’m looking at you hunger games)

13. Very good for helping young kids recognize and associate words and learn to read faster!

14. Really good when you’re eating chips/crunchy candy and can’t hear the movie


I can’t even tell you how many of my friends made fun of me for needing subtitles, to the point of where I just don’t bother with them anymore. Asking for subtitles at an event is the scariest thing I can imagine. People often complain that it “gets in the way” of their movie. Watching shows (especially in loud areas or with people who talk a lot) is incredibly frustrating for me. People often think I’m stupid for not understanding a show or needing to rewind when someone talks. Most Youtube users don’t bother to create subtitles for their videos (and auto-generated subtitles are crap). I just wish people were nicer to people who need subtitles, and that they were more accessible on other platforms. 

Oh my god you guys last semester some guy in my film history class was whining like a kindergartener about how we opted for subtitles on a film that was in English and I went OFF

I rarely, rarely, reblog things I have already reblogged. But this is SO DAMN important.