I’ve reached another milestone! My last attempt at a ta was a bust so we’re having another go.

R U L E S.

  • mbf the meatloaf and the pasty burrito
  • reblog this post (likes for bookmarking only)
  • maybe check out the squadx x x x
  • reblogs eligible until march 10th
  • winners to be chosen and announced by march 15th

C A T E G O R I E S.

  • best url
  • best icon
  • best theme
  • best mobile theme
  • best posts

J’s P I C K S. 

  • favorite doctor who
  • favorite multifandom
  • favorite blogger

P R I Z E S. 

There will be one winner and one runner-up for the main categories only. For ‘J’s Picks’ there will be only one winner for each.


  • one promo upon request (in addition to the main promo when winners & runner-ups are announce)
  • a custom icon of their choice
  • a spot in my updates tab until the first of june
  • a follow from me (if not already)


  • one joint promo with fellow runner-ups (in addition to the main)
  • a spot in my updates tab until the first of may
  • a follow from me (if not already)


  • one promo upon request, one joint promo with fellow picks, on top of the main
  • two custom icons of their choice
  • a PERMANENT spot in my updates tab
  • a follow from me (if not already)

Winners obviously won’t be randomized so please only one reblog per blog.


“Much like Ture and Hamilton, I am far from foreclosing the question of coalition, but my concern nevertheless has been to suspend this question while working to understand how the desire for coalition is rhetorically structured.” - Jared Sexton, Proprieties of Coalition: Blacks, Asians, and the Politics of Policing [x]

“I am not opposed to solidarity, in and of itself, but I would have its basis made clear. When an argument is divorced of this clarity, then deflection, subject-changing, abstraction, and head-fakes—as when Johnson exchanges“laborers” for the victims of white supremacy—all become inevitable.” - Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Enduring Solidarity of Whiteness [x]

“If we can’t have a conversation about how ‘people of color’ can develop their own sense of antiblackness independent of a system of white supremacy–prior to it, even; worse, give white supremacy a base to build on and develop from to begin with–and if we can’t stop pretending there’s some bigger enemy to deal with that supersedes the need to talk about how insidious and fucked up people of color’s antiblackness is in relation to, not subtended by, the antiblackness of white supremacy, then we need not open our mouths, let alone twist our tongues to speak “coalition” or “allies” or “solidarity” or to embody any of those things in words so casual as “or.”” - John Murillo III, Three Notes on Solidarity; or, In Want of a Requiem [x]