Jack Gilinsky Imagine

A loud crash comes from my backyard and my head quickly snaps towards my window. I stand to peer out into my backyard to find the source of my noise when my friend grabs my arm and pulls me back down onto the floor next to her where we were studying for our stats test tomorrow.

"What are you doing?" I ask. "I want to see what that noise was."

"I’m sure it was nothing." She assures me and points at a problem in the textbook. "Now will you help me with number four, I absolutely don’t understand it."

"Alright. What form of bias could be a factor in this situation?" I read the question.

"For one," I begin as my friend glances down at her phone to read the new text she just got. "Undercoverage because not everyone can be sampled. Also it could be voluntary response or nonresponse and you could even argue hidden bias if they don’t answer honestly. Also you could say-."

"Let’s go into the backyard." My friend suggests. She tugs and my hand and pulls me off the floor and out my bedroom door.

"What are you doing?" I asked. "Five seconds ago you were all concerned about the stats test and now you want to go outside?"

"Study break!" My friend cheers.

I roll my eyes but follow her down the stairs and out the back door. I’m standing on my porch looking into my backyard when I let out a gasp.

Spelled out with tea candles is “HC?” and standing right next to it is my boyfriend Jack Gilinsky. I hurry over to him and throw my arms around his neck and plant a kiss on his lips.

"So will you go to homecoming with me?" He asks.

"Of course." I reply and then turn to my friend.

"Is this why you were acting so weird?" I ask her.

"Maybe." She shrugs innocently and I let out a laugh. I turn back to Jack and bury my head into the crook of his neck.

"I can’t wait to go with you." Jack whispers.

"I can’t wait to go with you either." I smile.

<b>Just a quick one! I hope you like it. Inspired by homecoming season and I wish the guy who asked me to HC asked me like this because it would have been adorable! Gonna try and start writing more imagines from now on! Thanks for being so patient with me!


OUaT Season Four Countdown - Season Three Rewatch Edition (Day 14)

  Another day of rewatching begins! We have an exciting batch of episodes this week. Check out all of the details and episode schedules here. You need to find sometime today to watch ‘The Tower’. Watch via DVD/Blu-Ray, Netflix, or one of these links. If you don’t want to pay, it’s up to you and google to find a different link.

Make sure to liveblog! But if you’d rather do something along the likes of a gifset or graphic, go ahead with that, too. But don’t forget about the season three appreciation weekends. ;) We’re tracking the tag 'S3RW', so make sure to tag all posts dealing with today’s rewatch with that tag in one of the first five tags. Otherwise it doesn’t show up in the tag. Below the cut is a completely voluntary fun little form to fill out and post to your blog once you’ve finished the episode.

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Anger is such a funny thing. If you pay close attention to it, you start to see how foolish it actually is. It arises almost instantly, automatically. It has become so natural for us to react by becoming mad that we don’t even look at where the anger is coming from. Once you start to dissect those feelings, you realize how quickly they dissipate and you are left with nothing to hold on to. Release your expectations of how things are supposed to be, of how people should behave. Nothing is going to go 100% as planned. Nobody is going to behave exactly as you want them to. People will push your buttons. They will trigger parts of you that have become so sensitive to touch that you won’t even realize what’s happening because it has become so involuntary. Make it voluntary. Choose to see what you are doing. See how you are interacting with others, the way you react to those around you. Make the choice to do better—to be better.

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The genocide of the Acadians in 1755 was the first example of state sponsored ethnic cleansing on the North American continent. The Acadians were a 150 year old french anarchist settlement that prospered through integration with indigenous peoples, and a culture of voluntary association. The Acadian example offers an alternative look into what social life in North America might have been in the absence of nationalistic violence.

Share Your Thoughts: New Labels to Help ID Safe Products

From the Environmental Protection Agency


Image description: Samples of the newly redesigned Safer Product labels.

Do you look for safer cleaning and household products? Did you know that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has a voluntary program that reviews products and allows them to display its Safer Product Label if they meet EPA’s stringent health and environmental criteria?

The EPA is redesigning its Safer Product Label (formerly, the Design for the Environment label) to give it a more modern look and make it clear that labeled products are safer for health as well as the environment.

Learn more and then share your thoughts on whether the potential new labels get the message across and will help you recognize safer products on store shelves. Input is welcomed now through the end of October.

Disconnect and disassociate yourself from everything and everyone you know.
Just let go. Go. Don’t look back, and see where it takes you. After a year has passed you might feel good enough to come home, or there’s the excitement that you may leave and just stay, and never come home again, either way, you’ll be glad you did it. Having left and gone from being able to decide for yourself after you’ve done your time.
They say that time heals all wounds, well this is a good way to spend that time, what better way to distract yourself from sadness than to fully obligate your crisis to the point where it becomes about survival, making it a total mindfuck about the fact that it’s allowing you to erase your memory and deprogram yourself and rebuild somewhere in the abyss.
Surrendering all control and familiarity, boldly going into the unknown, focusing on your voluntary deportation from your own home, you know you have to go, flights are running on time, ask yourself the question “Can you get here in ten days?”
“Yes I can!”
Voluntary Apnea
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by DestielSwingsMyHeartAcrossTheLine

If you must leave,
Leave as though fire burns under your feet
If you must speak,
Speak every word as though it were unique
If you must die, sweetheart
Die knowing your life was my life’s best part
And if you must die,
Remember your life
- ‘You’ by Keaton Henson

Words: 823, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English

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Fugazi, Linz, Austria 11/10/88 (FLS #0073)

You have reached the only Fugazi stopover in Austria on the 1988 Euro tour. The place of choice is the Kapu, an urban cultural centre in Linz. More specifically, it is a meeting point that seems to have started out by promoting punk and hardcore shows in 1985.

However, a couple of decades on, the Kapu appears to be a whole lot more. According to its website, “the kapu is a place of refuge for different styles of music, like noise-rock-hiphop-crust-jazz-electronic-metal… and running a small cinema, a recording studio, organizing lectures and exhibitions. A combination of voluntary working people, professional working and a bunch of enthusiasm makes this place the best club on earth.”

Interestingly, it only has a capacity of “10 to 200 humans and a maximum of 7 dogs” yet it welcomed numerous acclaimed artists and bands through the years, including Dälek, Don Caballero, The Ex, Flipper, Fugazi, Girls Against Boys, GSYBE!, Green Day, Hitch, Knut, Lemonheads, Locust, Melt Banana, Nina Nastasia, Nirvana, and Shudder To Think to name a few.

Even though the sound quality of this particular recording is far from great, the vocals sound suppressed and everything else somewhat crumpled, I feel this in itself should not put anyone interested off, since this is the most fun show of the 1988 Euro tour I have heard so far.

From what I gather, only a small number of people seems to have attended the gig, but they do make the intimate experience count, urging the band on and even throwing their own little party as everyone teams up to scream “Come on, Come on, Come on, Come on, Come on, Come on, Come on, I Say!” in unison at the top of their lungs at one point.

And while the audience is hungry for a good time and a night to remember, the band is absolutely ferocious as the foursome burns through its entire repertoire, which literally forces them to eventually stop playing because there is no more.

Well, I guess they still could have done Joe #1 or And the Same, yet maybe the band did not get around to rehearsing these songs before flying off to Europe. Even still, a total of 19 complete songs gets played, bringing it up to par with the 10/31/88 Bielefeld (FLS #0065) and 11/24/88 London (FLS #0082) shows.

Highlights are plenty (The Word and KYEO being absolute favourites), and for those keeping track, it can be mentioned that this recording also features the first performance of Turn Off Your Guns on the old continent, as well as a “link track” which has eventually been released (in more elaborated form) as part of the Instrument soundtrack in March 1999. Promises is once again reduced to the partial instrumental which can also be heard on the 10/15/88 and 11/24/88 gigs in Hoorn (FLS #0054) and London (FLS #0082) respectively.

The set list:

1. Intro
2. Song #1
3. Burning Too
4. Interlude 1
5. Burning
6. Bulldog Front
7. Furniture
8. Merchandise
9. Interlude 2
10. Lockdown
11. Interlude 3
12. Suggestion
13. Bad Mouth
14. Margin Walker
15. Give Me The Cure
16. Break-In
17. Waiting Room
18. Interlude 4
19. Glueman
20. Interlude 5
21. The Word
22. KYEO
23. Preprovisional
24. Promises Coda Instrumental
25. Encore
26. In Defense of Humans
27. Link Track
28. Turn Off Your Guns
29. Outro

Seven Things You Need To Know About Anarchism

Note: You can purchase a printed copy of this poster in various sizes from my RedBubble store.
Note: This poster has a sequel with seven more things you need to know about anarchism.

Another remix of a remix. The original poster is probably one of the most popular things I’ve posted on Tumblr. I don’t know if this one will get the same traction but I wanted to remake this as the original makes me cringe when I look at it. What was I thinking? If you’re interested, check out my other remixes, including the recent remake of my Corporatism and Justice posters.

Project: Posters