11 Things the Richest U.S. Households Can Buy That... →
bonedust: liquornspice: The 400 wealthiest families in the U.S. aren’t just filthy rich, they are downright dirty. Collectively, these households own $1.37 trillion dollars; a number so high that it’s nearly impossible to comprehend. Here are 11 shocking things $1.37 trillion can buy that you can’t. The richest 400 households can pay off every student loan for every single student in the...
From Prada to Nada
awakethmysoul: Yay for watching cheesy, Spanish-like movies. I really just love being able to be like: Oh my gawd, I have a tia just like this!
So I just watched From Prada to Nada, and I loved it! So I don’t usually do this, but I’m about to dashboard bomb all of you with scenes from the movie (mostly Nick D’Agosto). WATCH IT.
free-lust: A Tumblr Song (Original) - I know a place where all the cool kids play. Mean Girls, yummy foods, and fashion shots all day. When trying to avoid the things that I should do. I scroll and see the people that I wish I knew. Mr. Hipster, girls in tights. Cats, and tatts, and civil rights. Photoshopped words, on a hill or tree. Read and think, “That applies to me!” I’m Tumblin...
I'm not single. My husband is on tour.
The Riot: New NC Restrictions Will Become Law... →
thelichqueen: New NC Restrictions Will Become Law (Shakesville) Well, yesterday the NC legislature has overridden [the Governor of NC’s] veto. The law requires women [and all people who want an abortion] to have an ultrasound, a 24-hour waiting period, and state-written counseling…
myths are public dreams, dreams are private myths.– joseph campbell (via wirrow)
People who think that no one uses welfare/food stamps to actually buy things...– Queen of Zan (via stfuconservatives)
damnthatswhack: The Crookes - Backstreet Lovers
Bill O'Reilly says the media is calling the Norway... →
stfuconservatives: Related: Bill O’Reilly incapable of seeing, hearing irony. The Norway bomber doesn’t represent 99.9% of Christians, just like the 9/11 bombers don’t represent 99.9% of Muslims. Anders Behring-Breivik is a self-identified Christian. …I was about to say “Sorry, Bill, but you can’t dispute the facts,” but then I remembered that he’s built an entire media empire around disputing...