I sat alone, in bed ‘til the morning
                                      I’m crying, “They’re coming for me.”
                                And I tried to hold these secrets inside me
                                        My mind’s like a deadly disease


THE PACK MEMBERS + seven heavenly virtues and deadly sins
(3/?) →  Leah Clearwater

I’ll get out of your way. I’ll do whatever you want, except go back to Sam’s pack and be the pathetic ex-girlfriend he can’t get away from.


THE PACK MEMBERS + seven heavenly virtues and deadly sins 

(2/?) → Sam Uley

What they’ve bred won’t be able to control its thirst. Every human will be in danger.

                              “You still belong with us.” I raised my eyebrows. “Two Alphas can’t belong in the same place, Jared. Remember how close it got last night? The instinct is too competitive.” “So are you all just going to hang out with the parasites for the rest of your lives?” he demanded. “You don’t have a home here. You’re already out of clothes,” he pointed out. “You gonna stay wolf all the time? You know Leah doesn’t like eating that way.”

Baby boomers worked the 9 to 5.

Millennials work the 7 to 5 for minimum wage, followed by a 8 to 12 split shift with a 6 til close on the pot wash, followed by an open shift which violates your legal minimum time between shifts, followed by…

Bill and Ted’s Excellent Petition

As you guys probably know, there has been a lot of talk about the new Bill and Ted movie. The rumors are true and the script is done. I’ve been keeping in touch with one of the writers, Ed Solomon, and he said that the main issue is ownership and convincing the general studio population that it’s commercial. Without the rights the movie can’t be done so we’ve decided to start a petition and see if we can get things done! Please spread the word, share it on social media and help the team get the rights! Every single signature is important. Let’s finally get “Bill and Ted Face The Music”!

The petition can be signed here: https://www.change.org/p/mgm-studios-bill-and-ted-s-excellent-petition?recruiter=823882408&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=share_petition

A Writer On Being A Black Man In Minnesota
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Marlon James about racism and being a black man in Minnesota. James's essay on the subject, "Smaller, and Smaller, and Smaller," has been widely shared.

“I think there is this kind of idea that communities of color have this major role to play in the end of discrimination. That’s like saying women have a role to play in erasing rape. They don’t. Men need to stop raping. It’s a very tricky thing - still waiting on guidance from the victim or potential victim on how to move forward. I think people need to start thinking about what to do instead of asking victims how to do it.”