dopenmind:

luisgpiercing:

x-lucid-dreaming-x:

Y’all dumb.

It is insane that so many people fell for this. Common sense tells you that microwaving metal is a bad idea, let alone electronics. Not science, not school, simple common motherfucking sense.

And here lies the problem with the education system. People are gullible af because they don’t know shit. Wtf was so hard about plugging your phone into the damn wall anyway?

Stupid people *points and laughs*

Reblogged from Dopenmind.

Deep Sigh

Being black has been extremely overwhelming lately. The high point of my week was a discussion of current events in which “respectability politics” became an argument. Even worse, the other person sends text messages like diiz.

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Pompeii (2014)

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The movie was about the destruction of the city of Pompeii by the volcano on which it appeared to be built. Kiefer Sutherland played the villainous, Roman Senator and the hero, Milo, was played by “John Snow” from Game of Thrones. Cacia was the best, most beautiful, strongest woman I’ve seen in a movie of this type. Milo’s family and people were slaughtered when he was a young boy by the Senator and his trusted second.

The main part of the story takes place 17 years later. He meets Cacia on the road as he is being transported to Pompeii with other slaves. One of the horses drawing her carriage takes a fall and Milo comforts, then euthanizes it by breaking it’s neck. Later on, he is asked to comfort her personal horse after being spooked by Pompeii’s impending doom. It’s the basic hero / villain love story where the villain wants the beautiful woman and can never have her. In the end, Milo and Cacia die together… The last of Pompeii.

★★★★☆ It was great. I like gladiator movies but this one was truly special. Milo’s hatred of the senator took a back seat to his love of Cacia, even though they only met a few days earlier. Still, no part of the story suffered for any other to flourish. That’s rare in movies these days.

Most people probably wouldn’t rate Pompeii ★★★★☆, but it feels just right for this type of move. I only paid $3 plus large drink to see Pompeii but to me, it was easily worth the cost of a Real 3D movie.

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Tags: movies

The Noise

"Mens sana in corpore sano."

I don’t write as much as I used to. I find it hard, these days, to write consistently. My flow is off, my thoughts scattered…

As usual, there are so many things I want to pick up right where I left off. Doing so with anything at this point is an impossibility. Even though I’ve accepted this a long time ago, being who I am, it’s still hard. I’m still the same person. I still see myself the same. I’m used to being good to great at a lot of things, which I guess could make me seem a master in an area but I never really have been, just really good and I am a fast learner.

My inability to just pick up leaves me with the constant noise and echoes of many little voices, all me, pulling me in many directions. I need to find my quiet place again. I sometimes look for distractions to drown it all out but truthfully, the things I really want to do require some quiet… even writing.

I suppose I could just spill all of my thoughts. The problem is, I can say something but it has to make sense to me or I’ll never get it out. You know when you’re trying to say something to someone but get lost in your words, you know what you’re saying but they don’t? Yeah, that doesn’t work the same when you’re the person you’re trying to explain to. Like not taking your own advice. Yeah, I guess that analogy works better.

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I do not want to waste any time. And if you are not working on important things, you are wasting time.
— Dean Kamen (http://clearquot.es/dc)
To be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.
Learn to be alone, and to like it. There’s nothing more freeing and empowering than learning to like your own company.