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caleatkinson:

Looks like Professor Peterson is hard at work, best not interrupt him…

caleatkinson:

Looks like Professor Peterson is hard at work, best not interrupt him…

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— 1 hour ago with 140 notes
yesscotland:

Message from Women for Independence:
Women for Independence is disappointed at the result but we accept the decision of a majority of the Scottish electorate. However, we are more disappointed at how Westminster politicians have intervened by setting up a commission of men in suits to determine the way forward on more powers for Scotland.
Over the referendum campaign, Women for Independence grew from a handful of politically motivated women from a range of parties and none to become a mass movement comprising thousands of women and at least 50 local groups. Many of these women have never been involved in politics before. Our hearts sang knowing that our women spent Referendum day encouraging women to turn out and vote - some of whom were voting for the first time in their lives.
We challenge Lord Smith and his commission to be 50-50 in make up and to involve women from ordinary backgrounds and communities, not just those from the political class, around the table, determining on which powers and how they should be transferred to Scotland.
Women for Independence has been overwhelmed by the support received from women all over Scotland since the outcome of the referendum. Women wanting to get involved, women wanting to join us, women wanting to know more about how they can campaign for more autonomy for their country and their communities.
We do not intend to fade away. Scotland needs a strong, vibrant, diverse network for women who believe in independence - for Scotland and for women. Our post-referendum meeting on 4 October to celebrate our achievements in this campaign and to consider the road ahead is now sold out. We are looking at how to accommodate the demand and may have to hold further such events.
We are proud to have contributed all that we did to the wider Yes movement and the campaign for a Yes vote in the referendum. We hope to continue to work with like-minded groups and individuals - we are here for the long haul. And we are determined to deliver more women’s votes for independence and independence for Scotland’s women. In the meantime, we will apply our resources and talents to securing the best possible deal from Westminster so that the powers transferred consider and meet the needs and interests of Scotland’s women. http://ift.tt/1qZ6HSG

yesscotland:

Message from Women for Independence:

Women for Independence is disappointed at the result but we accept the decision of a majority of the Scottish electorate. However, we are more disappointed at how Westminster politicians have intervened by setting up a commission of men in suits to determine the way forward on more powers for Scotland.

Over the referendum campaign, Women for Independence grew from a handful of politically motivated women from a range of parties and none to become a mass movement comprising thousands of women and at least 50 local groups. Many of these women have never been involved in politics before. Our hearts sang knowing that our women spent Referendum day encouraging women to turn out and vote - some of whom were voting for the first time in their lives.

We challenge Lord Smith and his commission to be 50-50 in make up and to involve women from ordinary backgrounds and communities, not just those from the political class, around the table, determining on which powers and how they should be transferred to Scotland.

Women for Independence has been overwhelmed by the support received from women all over Scotland since the outcome of the referendum. Women wanting to get involved, women wanting to join us, women wanting to know more about how they can campaign for more autonomy for their country and their communities.

We do not intend to fade away. Scotland needs a strong, vibrant, diverse network for women who believe in independence - for Scotland and for women. Our post-referendum meeting on 4 October to celebrate our achievements in this campaign and to consider the road ahead is now sold out. We are looking at how to accommodate the demand and may have to hold further such events.

We are proud to have contributed all that we did to the wider Yes movement and the campaign for a Yes vote in the referendum. We hope to continue to work with like-minded groups and individuals - we are here for the long haul. And we are determined to deliver more women’s votes for independence and independence for Scotland’s women. In the meantime, we will apply our resources and talents to securing the best possible deal from Westminster so that the powers transferred consider and meet the needs and interests of Scotland’s women. http://ift.tt/1qZ6HSG

— 1 hour ago with 29 notes

brttny32194:

but why do i say “i know” to my pets when they make noises. im lying to them. i don’t know anything.

(Source: brittany-32194, via sweetfucktory)

— 4 days ago with 149135 notes

madotsukies:

shinyumbre0n:

PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE THIS.

This Thursday, Scotland votes for its independence.

The BBC is trying to report that Yes to Independence is losing. They’re using photos to imply our gatherings are tiny and insignificant instead of the many photos like those above. They’re reporting that an anti-independence march by the Orange Order (think the KKK with more British flags) was a peaceful pro-union family march. They have been caught editing clips to discredit our First Minister.

There is a protest outside BBC headquarters right now. They are claiming there are a maximum of 350 protesters.

Watch for yourself. There are far more people outside their offices right now and they are being ignored and misreported.

We need to be seen. The only way we’ve been able to disseminate accurate information has been through social media. The media we rely on to spread unbiased information is lying to us, trying to suppress us.

PLEASE SHARE. PLEASE TALK ABOUT THIS. WE NEED OUR VOICES TO BE HEARD.

this website is very american-centric. please, we need to be heard. please pay attention.

this is a whole country’s FUTURE.

(via ruinedchildhood)

— 4 days ago with 33391 notes

octoswan:

there’s a comic book store in my town that gives ladies a 10% discount and the people who work there are really friendly so lots of ladies show up to hang out and buy comics and one time i was looking through some new releases and this guy walked in, saw all the ladies, did a double take, and said really loudly and condescendingly, ‘there sure are a lot of girls in here for a comic store!’ and laughed but no one else laughed with him and it was glorious

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— 4 days ago with 59877 notes
pedroeboli:

One keyboard is not enough for Dino.

pedroeboli:

One keyboard is not enough for Dino.

— 4 days ago with 158 notes