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Camp Camp Theme Song Song Chords

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Oh…

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There’s a place I know that’s tucked away!

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A place where you and I can stay.

Where we can go to laugh and play,

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and have adventures every day!

C___________________________ G_____________E

I know it sounds hard to believe but guys and gals it’s true!

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Camp Campbell is the place for me and you!

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We’ll swim through lakes and climb up trees,

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catch fish, bugs, bears, and honeybees!

There’s endless possibilities,

A

and no that’s not hyperbole!

A___________________________D

Our motto’s Campe Diem and that means I’m telling you…

N.C.

We’ve got:

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archery, hiking, search and rescue, biking, horseback, training that’ll save you from a heart attack, scuba diving, miming, keeping up with rhyming, 

football, limbo, science, stunting, pre-calc, spaceships, treasure hunting,

bomb defusal, no refusal, fantasies, circus trapeze,

and fights and ghosts and paints and snakes and knives and chess and dance and weights

A

it’s Camp Camp!

I think that this urge [to tell e.g. racialised people about your personal feelings and struggles regarding confronting racist thinking] comes out of the confessorial strain that ‘sj’ politics in a lot of spaces have. if you have a Bad Thought then you need to confess it to an ‘oppressed’ person who can absolve and forgive you for the Bad Thought. but like…. I don’t have anything to do with that, lmao!

we’ve all grown up in a racist society and we’ve all internalised its ideals and again I don’t begrudge white people (who are actually trying) having whatever feelings they’re going to have as they confront all of that. I’m sure it is uncomfortable as a white person to hear that you’re not inherently superior to everyone else by virtue of something made up if that’s what you’ve been allowed to believe all your life. I’m sure that it is uncomfortable to have to confront your stake in white supremacy and colonialism. whiteness is a main pillar on which white people as a whole base their ideas about themselves and being told that it needs to be gotten rid of is doubtless stressful. dealing with all of this is something that takes work.

but at the same time I’m allowed to be emotionally disturbed by those feelings? I’m allowed to not want to hear about them! I don’t need to know about how unpleasant this is for you or about this racist thing that you used to think in third grade and it’s frankly callous to tell me! living in this society has already forced me to learn (or made me work to figure out) how white people feel about a lot of things and I promise you that I’m already damaged & bored enough by all of that without adding more to it.

anyways this is what comes out of treating racism as an individual moral failing that reflects poorly on the individual white person involved (such that they care more about their reputation and self-image as good and open-minded people than they care about the actual wellbeing of actual people of colour–this is true of white liberals too) and treating marginalised people as confessors and vessels through which you can cleanse yourself of your transgressions with, again, no concern for their wellbeing

You know what makes me want to cry? Draco Malfoy in sixth year. Remember you had to sit by yourself at school for a minute, or listen to your parents argue while you sat upstairs hugging you knees? Now imagine your weren’t sat for a minute, but a whole year, and you knew it wasn’t going to change. Imagine your parents arguing, not over who did the dishes our why they’re late home, but over a sociopathic murderer who you’re sharing your house with. Imagine having to kill your teacher. I can’t even try to imagine that but what I can imagine is how lonely he was and and I’m crying again.

You aren't sorted by what traits you have but by what traits you value the most.

Else Fred and George would’ve been a Slytherin, Hermione a Ravenclaw, Luna a Hufflepuff and Cedric a Gryffindor. You can fight me on this.

comingupforblair  asked:

What did the Power Rangers cast say about DC/the DCEU?

RJ, Dacre and Becky were asked to choose between dc or marvel and they all picked dc and they said they were excited for justice league and wonder woman. They also said they saw the fan made poster of the live action justice league vs their power rangers and that they thought it was really cool @comingupforblair

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Gerard Way’s art on the cover of comics

Umbrella Academy #1 (variant) 2007

Rex Mundi vol.2 #15 2008

The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys #1 (Ghost variant) 2013

The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys #1 (1:50 variant) 2013

Neverboy #1 (variant) 2015 

I was reading one fic and in one scene Yurio was questioning his sexuality and talking with Viktor about it and Viktor says to him ‘‘Don’t fall in love with genres, fall in love with people’’ aND LMAO I CAN’T