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My mom just me I should write a memoir about my teenage years, and everything I went through. She said it would be bestseller for sure. I’m not sure if that’s a compliment, or an insult.

I sure do have me some cute (unimpressed) animals.

jewlesthemagnificent:

donrickles:

laughterkey:

fieldnotesfromabroad:

dougieplaysbanjo:

pinkprincess17:

whatshewanted:

be strong.
(i was already kind, and good, and smart. i had to learn to be strong.)

Let go

fucking idiot

Breathe. Think.

You can.

Pretentious dick.

Shut Up. 

Forgive yourself.

jewlesthemagnificent:

donrickles:

laughterkey:

fieldnotesfromabroad:

dougieplaysbanjo:

pinkprincess17:

whatshewanted:

be strong.

(i was already kind, and good, and smart. i had to learn to be strong.)

Let go

fucking idiot

Breathe. Think.

You can.

Pretentious dick.

Shut Up.

Forgive yourself.

ikaythegod:

Jordan Davis would have turned 19 this year.

The black teen was killed in 2012 while sitting in a car with his friends outside a Jacksonville, Florida convenience store, listening to music.

That music was too loud for Michael Dunn. Following an argument over the volume, the 45-year-old man fired his gun into the car full of teenagers, killing Davis. Dunn told his fiancee the teens were playing “thug music.”

On the eve of Davis’ birthday, a mistrial was declared on the first-degree murder charge. The jury found Dunn guilty of attempted second-degree murder and a count of firing into an occupied car.

While people struggled to make sense of the verdict, Jamie Nesbitt Golden kicked off the #dangerousblackkids hashtag on Twitter, with participants questioning a society where unarmed black kids are often interpreted as threats.

(via pandarican)

Yes! Yes! Yes!