Boston Terriers are the Coolest

A thorough collection of nonsense

Anonymous asked: "There is no worse feeling than being misunderstood," says Macklemore. What a nice little encapsulation of white privilege.

yoisthisracist:

That is some grade A prime clueless bullshit right there.

Anonymous asked: mitch mcconnel is yertle the turtle right?

yoisthisracist:

No, he’s a very real piece of shit who has a terrifying amount of power in this world. He just looks like a turtle.

To You Internet Misogynists

yoisthisracist:

First of all, fuck you. It’s always been like, you know, an irritating thing that you’d attempted to co-opt the language of feminism and other civil rights struggles to cloak your sexist ideas in bullshit like “Men’s Rights” and calling this sexist garbage “activism.” And for a long time, I think…

I love this

Anonymous asked: Yo, how long until Republicans find something stupid racist to say about Reading Rainbow

yoisthisracist:

Well, it contains two of their least favorite things, reading and a black person, so I imagine it’ll be fairly soon.

Anonymous asked: Guy gets drunk, argues with his wife, fires a gun 9 times in the house (2 kids inside at the time) But wait! There's more! Grabbed his 5 y/o, threw him out the door, pointed a gun to his head. But wait! When the cops show up, he answers the door *with his gun*, *points it at them*, says “What? Oh really, are you going to shoot me?”. Was he A: Killed in a hail of gunfire or B: Talked down, taken into custody, and will get his guns back 'when he sobers up'. (Hint: He's a white Southern cop)

yoisthisracist:

I’m going to go with B.

lickystickypickyshe:

After a 101 year old woman offered to sit for a nude portrait session with photographer Anastasia Pottinger, Pottinger conceived of a project called Centenarians, through which she is photographing models who are at least 100 years old.

This body of work was born out of the opportunity I had to photograph a 101 year old woman who volunteered, on her own accord, to model nude for me. It was merely an exercise in documenting her form in a beautiful way. My only instructions from her were to make sure she was not identifiable in the images. She was willing to do anything I asked of her. 
      When I later reviewed the images on my computer, I knew I was looking at something very special. It was when I began exhibiting the work that the idea to continue the series was born. The response to the images has been remarkable. Viewers are visibly moved by what they are looking at. Whether it’s wondering, “is this what I’m going to look like?” or remembering a loved one – the response seems to be universally emotional on some level. 

greathaircut:

love how kids introduce themselves like “hello im johnny im five years old i know how to read” yeah cool i didnt ask for your life story asshole

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