badgets

Hey

Getting misgendered is uncomfortable

Getting called a name you don’t like is weird

Getting referred to as the wrong pronoun is bad

Getting told that your gender isn’t real or valid is scary

Getting clothes you don’t want to wear is saddening

Getting a haircut you don’t want is dissapointing

There are so many negative feelings that you may get if you’re trans or non binary

But hey

No matter what

You are great. Your gender is real and valid. And things will get better, I promise.

Some people are mean, some are ignorant, some are misunderstanding, but you will find some who are kind, who are intelligent, who understand and respect you.

Hey

I love you

Have a nice day ✨💗❣️💕

anonymous asked:

Now if i see someone with that badget... I will fangirl till end of the time... >_>

Hahahha xD but im from Costa Rica, it will some dificult buddy hehe

List of shibboleth names

by which the privileged judge their inferiors

A

Abbe Suger (French pronunciation: syoo-zheh, British: soo-gehr)

Chinua Achebe (chin-oo-ah ah-chay-bae)

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (chim-ah-man-da nnnn-go-zeh ah-dee-che)

James Agee (a-jee)

Anna Akhmatova (onna ock-mah-taugh-vah)

Louis Althusser (lou-wee al-too-sair)

Jerzy Andrzejewski (yer-zhay ahn-zhay-ev-ski)

Roger Angell (angel)

Jean Anouilh (~ahn’oo-ee)

Diane Arbus (dee-ann)

Hannah Arendt (hahn-ah ahr-ent)

Martha Argerich (mar-tah herr-each)

Eugène Atget (oo-zhenne at-zhey)

Augustine of Hippo (aw-gus-tin)

Autechre (aw-tekk-er)

Richard Ayoade (eye-oh-wah-dee)

B

Angelo Badalamenti (bottle-ah-menti)

Walter Bagehot (badget)

Balliol College (bay-lee-uhl)

Donald/Frederick Barthelme (barth-uhl-me)

Karl Barth (bart)

Roland Barthes (bart)

Tom Beauchamp (beachum)

Walter Benjamin (ben-yameen)

John Berger (berdger)

Bishop Berkeley (barkley)

Hans Bethe (beta)

John Betjeman (betch-uh-mun)

Joseph Beuys (boyz)

Hieronymus Bosch (Flemish pronunciation: heer-rone-nee-mohse boss)

Tadeusz Borowski (tah-de-yoosh borr-off-ski)

Anthony Boucher (rhymes with voucher)

Tycho Brahe (Danish pronunciation: too-ghoh brahhh)

Broad Art Museum (brode)

Hermann Broch (~hair-monn brohhh)

Burgundy Street, New Orleans (burr-gun-dee)

Steve Buscemi (boo-semm-ee)

Bowdoin College (boh-din)

C

Gonville and Caius College (keys)

Menzies Campbell (ming-iss)

Thomas Carew (carey)

Vija Celmins (vee-yah tell-midge)

Michael Chabon (shay-bonn)

Jan Czochralski (yann choh-h’ral-ski)

J.C. Chandor (shann-door)

Dan Chaon (shawn)

Chyron (kai-rawn or kai-run)

Cimabue (chee-ma-boo-ee)

Karel Čapek (kah-rell chap-eck)

Michael Cimino (chee-me-noh)

Emil Cioran (chore-ahn)

Ta-Nehisi Coates (tah-nuh-hah-see)

Alexander/Andrew/Patrick Cockburn (coburn)

Paulo Coelho (~pow-lu kuh-whey.l-you.)1

J.M. Coetzee (koot-see)

Robert Campin (com-pin)

William Cowper (cooper)

Cré na Cille, Máirtín Ó Cadhain book (~kreh neh kill-eh)

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (me-high cheek-sent-me-high)

Countee Cullen (cown-tay)

Marie Skłodowska-Curie (skwoh-doaf-ska)

Alfonso/Jonás/Carlo Cuarón (al-fone-so/ho-nas kwah-roan)

D

Gerard David (Flemish pronunciation: ~hhheer-ahrd dahh-fidd)

The Dalles, Oregon (the dolls)

Guy Debord (ghee du-borrh)

Louis De Broglie (duh broy)

Giorgio De Chirico (Italian pronunciation: ~dee kee-ree-koh)

Richard Dedekind (between day-dah-kin and day-dah-kint)

Wilhelm Dilthey (dill-tai)

Alfred Döblin (deu-bleen)

Don Juan, Byron character (jew-un)

Gerrit/Gerard Dou (dow)

W.E.B. DuBois (duh-boyz)

Andre Dubus (duh-byoose)

E

Chiwetel Ejiofor (choo-we-tell edge-ee-oh-for)

Cary Elwes (ell-wiss)

Paul Erdős (~pal ehr-deush)

John Scotus Eriugena (era-jee-nah)

Leonhard Euler (oiler)

F

Nuruddin Farah (Somali pronunciation: ~nour-oo-deen farr-ah)

Colm Feore (column fury)

Ferdydurke (fair-deh-dure-kuh)

Paul Feyerabend (fire-ah-bent)

Johann Gottlieb Fichte (feesh-tuh)3

Ralph/Ranulph/Sophie/Joseph/Magnus/Martha Fiennes (rayf finezzzzzzzzzzzzz)

Gustave Flaubert (flow-bear)

William Foege (fay-ghee)

Lee Fang (fong)

Michel Foucault (~foo-coh)

Gottlob Frege (got-lobe free-geh)

James Frey (fry)

G

Gallaudet University (gal-uh-debt)

Clifford Geertz (gurtz)

Alberto Giacometti (Swiss pronunciation: yah-coh-mett-ee)2

André Gide (zheed)

Giotto (jhott-oh)

H.R. Giger (ghee-guh)

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (~ger-tuh)

Nikolai Gogol (goggle)

Witold Gombrowicz (vee-told gomm-broh-vitch)

Jan Gossaert (~yann ho-sight) aka ‘Mabuse’ (mah-buu-zuh)

Philip Gourevitch (guh-ray-vitch)

Antonio Gramsci (gromm-she)

Matt Groening (graining)

Alexander Grothendieck (groat-enn-deek)

David Guetta (gay-tah)

H

Vaclav Havel (vott-slav hah-vell)

Michael Haneke (hanukkah)

Margaret H’Doubler (dough-blur)

Seamus Heaney (shay-muss hee-knee)

Aleksandar Hemon (between heh-monn and heh-mown)

Zbigniew Herbert (z’beeg-nyeff herr-behrt)

John Hersey (hearse-ey)

Hesiod (he-see-uhd)

Hermann Hesse (~hair-monn heh-seh)

Guy Hocquenghem (ghee ock-en-g’yem)

homo sacer, Agamben concept (Italian pronunciation: oh-moh satch-air)

Houston Street, Manhattan (house-ton)

Joris-Karl Huysmans (zhour-ris karl weese-moss)4

Bohumil Hrabal (boh-who-meal h’rah-ball)

Alfred Hrdlička (German pronunciation: ~hairt-litch-kah)

I

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (angh)

Eugène Ionesco (Romanian pronunciation: ~yoh-ness-koh)

Luce Irigaray (loose ear-ee-garr-eh)

J

Roman Jakobson (jacob-son)

Jacques, Shakespeare character (jay-kwiss)

Erica Jong (zhong)

Seu Jorge (~sewe zhawzhe)1

Carl Jung (yoong)

K

Frigyes Karinthy (free-gesh car-inn-tee)

Keble College (keeble)

Kelis Rogers (kuh-leece)

Imre Kertész (imm-reh kare-tace)

John Maynard Keynes (kanes)

Omar Khayyam (high-yahm)

Krzysztof Kieślowski (krish-toff keesh-loff-skee)

Q'orianka/Xihuaru Kilcher (core-i-an-ka/see-wahr-oo)

Danilo Kiš (dann-eel-oh keesh)

Paul Klee (powell clay)

Stephen Cole Kleene (cleany)

Phil Klay (kligh)

Karl Ove Knausgård (Norwegian pronunciation: ~kahl oo-veh kuh-nauss-gahd)

Zoltán Kodály (zohwl-tahn koh-die)

Sarah Koenig (kay-nig)

Alexandre Kojève (koh-zhevv)

Tadeusz Konwicki (tah-de-yoosh konn-vitz-ski)

Jerzy Kosiński (yer-zhay koh-shin-ski)

Alexandre Koyré (kwah-ray)

Saul Kripke (crip-key)

Thomas Kuhn (coon)

Milan Kundera (Czech pronunciation: mill-ahn koon-der-uh)

L

Henri Lefebvre (luh-fevv-ruh)

Stanisław Lem (stan-ni-swaf lemm)

Jonathan Lethem (leeth-um)

Jared Leto (let -oh)

Primo Levi (leh-vee)

Marina Lewycka (leh-vitz-kah)

Mario Vargas Llosa (yoh-sah)

Peter Lorre (laura)

Jan Łukasiewicz (yann wu-kah-shey-vitch)

M

Magdalen College, Oxford/Cambridge (mawd-lin)

Mannes College of Music (mannis)

Quentin Matsys/Quinten Matsijs (Flemish pronunciation: kvinn-tin mott-sayse)

Somerset Maugham (mawm)

Kazimir Malevich (may-lay-vich)

Thomas Mann (toe-mahs mahn)

Don Marquis (mar-kwiss)

Olivier Messiaen (oh-leev-yay meh-syonh)

Joel Meyerowitz (my-yer-uh-wits)

Czesław Miłosz (chess-waff me-woahsh)

Joan Miró (zhwamn me-roh)

László Moholy-Nagy (~lass-low moh-holy noidge-eh)

Robert Moog (mogue)

George Mosse (mossy)

Sławomir Mrożek (swah-voh-meer m’roh-zhek)

Ron Mueck (myoo-ick)

Harry Mulisch (mool-ish)

Edvard Munch (ed-vart moonk)

Robert Musil (moo-zeal/moo-seal)

Eadweard Muybridge (edward my-bridge)

N

Nacogdoches, Texas (nack-uh-dough-chis)

Natchitoches, Louisiana (nack-uh-tush)

Otto Neurath (noi-raht)

Bill Nighy (nye)

Anaïs Nin (ah-nayh-ees ninn)

Emmy Noether (neur-tuh)

Cees Nooteboom (sayze note-uh-bome)

Lupita Nyong'o (~nnnnn yong-oh)

O

Obergefell v. Hodges (oh-burr-geh-fell)

Máirtín Ó Cadhain (marr-teen oh kai-un)

Adepero Oduye (add-uh-pair-oh oh-doo-yay)

Jenny Offill (oh-full)

Claes Oldenburg (kloss)

Michael Ondaatje (awn-datch-ee)

The River Ouse (ooze)

David Oyelowo (oh-yell-uh-whoah)

P

Chuck Palahniuk (paul-uh-nik)

Wolfgang Pauli (pow-lee)

Charles Sanders Peirce (purse)

Samuel Pepys (peeps)

Jodi Picoult (pee-coe)

Max Planck (plonk)

Plotinus (ploh-tine-us)

Anthony Powell (po-uhl)

John Cowper Powys (cooper poh-iss)

Principia Mathematica (prin-kipp-ee-yah)

Annie Proulx (proo)

Marcel Proust (proost)

Joseph Pulitzer (puh-litz-ur)

Q

Qatar (cutter/gutter)5

Quinnipiac University (kwinn-uh-pea-ack)

R

Ayn Rand (well-fare recipient)

Sławomir Rawicz (swah-voh-meer rahh-vitch)

Satyajit Ray (Bengali pronunciation: ~shut-uh-jeet rye)

Steve Reich (raish)

Tom Regan (ray-gun)

ricercar (Italian pronunciation: ~reach-ur-car)

Rainer Maria Rilke (rhine-er mahr-ee-a reel-kuh)

Nicolas Roeg (rogue)

Theodore Roethke (ret-key)

Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen/Roentgen (vill-helm rhont-gn)

Klaus Roth (roath)

Mary Ruefle (roo-full)

Ed Ruscha (roo-shay)

S

Edward Said (sigh-eed)

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (sanh-eks-oo-pear-ee)

Luc Sante (sahnt)

Leonardo Sciascia (shah-shah)

Schlumberger (slumber-zhay)

Bruno Schulz (schooltz)

Martin Scorsese (score-sess-ee)

Henry Scrope, Shakespeare character (scroop)

W.G. Sebald (zay-bald)

Chloë Sevigny (sevv-un-ee)

Choire Sicha (corey seeka)

Charles Simić (Serbian pronunciation: simm-itch, but often called simmick)

Victor Sjöström (Swedish pronunciation: veek-torr hhhwhere-strome)

Theda Skocpol (scotch-pole)

Josef Škvorecký (yoh-zeff shkvore-etz-ski)

William Smellie (smiley)

Todd Solondz (suh-lawnz)

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (saul-zhuh-neat-sin)

Léon Spilliaert (Dutch pronunciation: lay-on spilly-art)

Strange, barony (strang)

Edward Steichen (shtike-inn)

William Stukeley (stoo-key)

Wisława Szymborska (vee-swa-va shim-bor-ska)

T

Gay Talese (tuh-leeze)

Chief Justice Roger Taney (tawny)

Nahum Tate (neigh-m)

Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans (chop-uh-too-luss)

Wayne Thiebaud (tee-bo)

Uwe Timm (ooh-veh)

Tzvetan Todorov (tsveh-tahn toh-duh-roff)

Colm Tóibín (~column toh-been)

Ernst Troeltsch (trolch)

Edward Tufte (tuff-tee)

Tulane University (too-lane)

Ivan Turgenev (yvonne turr-gain-yevv)

George W. S. Trow (like ’grow’)

V

Michel Houllebecq (he doesn’t care)

Joos van Cleve (yohss fon clay-vuh)

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (meez fonn der roh-uh)

Rogier van der Weyden (~ro-kheer fon dur vay-dun)

Arnoldus Vanderhorst, ultimate namesake of Luther (vandross)

Vincent van Gogh (Dutch pronunciation: ~finch-ant fan hawh)

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (ahn-toe-nee fon lay-when-hook)

Rembrandt van Rijn (remm-brondt fon rain)

Ludvík Vaculík (lood-veek vatz-oo-leek)

Johannes Vermeer (yo-hann-iss furr-meer)

Jones Very (jonas veery)

Vladimir Voinovich (vlah-dee-meer voy-noh-vitch)

Ludwig von Mises (fonn meez-ess)

Georg Henrik von Wright (fon vrikt)

W

Ayelet Waldman (eye-yell-it)

Quvenzhané Wallis (kwuh-ven-zhuh-nay)

Robert Walser (valzer)

Jean-Antoine Watteau (French pronunciation: ~vah-teau)

Evelyn St. John Waugh (eve-linn sin-jun wahh)

Max Weber (veigh-burr)

Simone Weil (zee-moan veigh)

Elie Wiesel (eel-ee vee-zell)

Garry Winogrand (win-uh-grand)

Ludwig Wittgenstein (vitt-genn-shtein)

Pelham Grenville Wodehouse (wood-house)

David Wojnarowicz (voy-nah-roh-vitch)

Hermann Wouk (woke)

Woyzeck, Büchner play (voight-zikk)

Joseph Wright of Derby (right of dahr-bee)

Y

William Butler Yeats (yates)

Yerkes Observatory (yer-keys)

Yoknapatawpha County, Faulkner setting (yolk-nuh-pah-taw-fa)

Z

Robert Zajonc (zai-unts)

Slavoj Žižek (slah-voi zhee-zhek)

Andrzej Żuławski (ahn-drey zhu-wavv-ski)

1 Portuguese has a much more complicated phonetics than English & so these are especially approximate.

2 Because Giacometti was from the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland a kind of second order snobbishness has descended on the pronunciation of his name. Most people who would judge you pronounce it as you would in Italian (jah-coh-mett-ee) but an inner-inner circle insist on correcting even these people with the Swiss-Italian pronunciation listed here.

3 The pronunciation of the -ch as soft instead of hard, unlike every other instance in German, was contrived after the philosopher’s death to avoid a near-homophony with that language’s word for ‘fuck.’

4 The last syllable doesn’t have an English equivalent but rhymes with the French pronunciation of Jean’s.

5 The first letter (qaf/qof/ق) has no equivalent in English or any other Western language and is more glottal than either of the sounds starting these approximations.

More? Better phonetic versions?

Ways to curse Nick Spenser that do not involve threatening death

Hope he:

  • gets lice
  • has unsatisfying orgasms
  • gets an itch he can’t reach
  • is haunted by Jack Kirby
  • sits on a cactus
  • gets terrible gas whenever he eats his favorite food
  • can’t find the thing in his fridge that’s gone bad
  • gets spoiled for a movie/book he’s really looking forward to
  • steps on a lego

Feel free to add your own.

anonymous asked:

what are they like when they're sick/how often do they get sick?

Oikawa:

  • pretends to not be sick
  • comes to school with a scarf and medical mask on, coughing and wheezing and sniffing, and still has the gall to claim he’s not sick
  • “Oh, it’s just seasonal allergies!” “…it’s December.” #foiledagain
  • once he’s caught out and forced to stay home and in bed, he’s really sleepy cuddly, and maybe a little whiny because he can’t get anything done (Iwaizumi has cut class on more than one occasion to go and make sure Oikawa is still in bed)

Iwaizumi:

  • complains about Oikawa not resting when he’s sick, but frankly, Iwa-chan is just as bad
  • gets the Mum Cold, where he still goes around getting shit done while sick, unless his actual mum or Oikawa manage to wrestle him into bed
  • sits in bed glowering and sneezing when he’s being forced to rest

Hanamaki:

  • can be a bit of a germophobe, so he doesn’t get sick often
  • awful at taking care of himself when he’s sick, just wants to watch television all day, which won’t help him feel any better
  • uses being sick as a lame excuse to not do stuff/get what he wants (“I need ice cream for dinner… I’m sick…”)

Matsukawa:

  • rarely gets sick, even though he has two little sisters (kids are always bring sick germs into one’s home)
  • not so much someone who tries to work through being sick, but is good at getting tasks done and taking care of himself when he’s sick (he’s had to take care of himself and his sisters, all sick, a couple times)

Kyoutani:

  • sleeps right through it anytime he’s sick
  • although he always wants chicken noodle soup when he’s sick… like, you can eat it when you’re not sick if you want Kyouken-chan
  • will shuffle around the house wrapped in his duvet in search of pots and soup and noodles

Yahaba:

  • terrible immune system, gets sick a lot
  • like Iwaizumi, gets the Mum Cold, and tries to like, clean the entire house, because he doesn’t want to waste the day off school
  • never realizes that it takes him twice as long to get better because he’s exhausting himself instead of resting like he should be!!

Watari:

  • is supernaturally gifted with the ability to tell when he’s getting sick several days before
  • mad with the vitamin C and ginger ale and whatnot, always #prepared
  • even with others, he’s always whipping out tissues or vitamins if they so much as sniffle

Kindaichi:

  • earnestly tries to take care of himself, but is just useless when sick, honestly
  • doesn’t like people visiting him when he’s sick, because he thinks he looks really silly with his hair down

Kunimi:

  • would probably die if nobody checked on him while he’s sick, because he just wants to rest and doesn’t get up to eat (although that’s like… how he is normally anyways)
  • he just languishes under five blankets and duvets until somebody (Kindaichi, Oikawa, and/or Matsukawa) comes over and makes him eat and drink something

anonymous asked:

#EconomicIlliteratesforBernie2016

If several hundred Economist’s and Economic Experts disagree with you that would make you the Economic Illiterate, wouldn’t it? 

  1. Robert Reich, University of California Berkeley 
  2. Robert Hockett, Cornell University 
  3. James K. Galbraith, University of Texas 
  4. Dean Baker, Center for Economic and Policy Research 
  5. Christine Desan, Harvard Law School 
  6. Jeff Connaughton, Former Chief of Staff, Senator Ted Kaufman 
  7. William Darity Jr., Duke University 
  8. Eileen Appelbaum, Center for Economic and Policy Research 
  9. Brad Miller, Former U.S. Congressman and Senior Fellow, Roosevelt Institute 
  10. William K. Black, University of Missouri-Kansas City
  11. Lawrence Rufrano, Research, Federal Reserve Board, 2005-2015 
  12. Darrick Hamilton, New School for Social Research 
  13. Peter Eaton, University of Missouri-Kansas City 
  14. Eric Hake, Catawba College 
  15. Geoff Schneider, Bucknell University 
  16. Dell Champlin, Oregon State University 
  17. Antoine Godin, Kingston University, London, UK 
  18. John P. Watkins, Westminster College 
  19. Mayo C. Toruño, California State University, San Bernardino 
  20. Charles K. Wilber, Fellow, Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame 
  21. Fadhel Kaboub, Denison University 
  22. Flavia Dantas, Cortland State University 
  23. Mitchell Green, Binzgar Institute 
  24. Bruce Collier, Education Management Information Systems 
  25. Winston H. Griffith, Bucknell University 
  26. Zdravka Todorova, Wright State University 
  27. David Barkin, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco 
  28. Rick Wicks, Göteborg, Sverige (Sweden) & Anchorage, Alaska 
  29. Philip Arestis, University of Cambridge 
  30. Amitava Krishna Dutt, University of Notre Dame 
  31. John F. Henry, Levy Economics Institute 
  32. James G. Devine, Loyola Marymount University 
  33. John Davis, Marquette University 
  34. Gary Mongiovi, St. John’s University 
  35. Eric Tymoigne, Lewis & Clark College 
  36. Trevor Roycroft, Ohio University 
  37. James Sturgeon, University of Missouri-Kansas City 
  38. Spencer J. Pack, Connecticut College 
  39. Thomas Kemp, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire 
  40. Ronnie Phillips, Colorado State University 
  41. John Dennis Chasse, SUNY at Brockport 
  42.  Pavlina R. Tcherneva, Bard College 
  43. Silvio Guaita, Institution, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) 
  44. Glen Atkinson, University of Nevada, Reno 
  45. William Van Lear, Belmont Abbey College 
  46. James M. Cypher, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas 
  47. Philip Pilkington, Political Economy Research Group, Kingston University
  48. Eric Hoyt, PhD candidate, UMass-Amherst
  49. Jon D. Wisman, American University
  50. James K. Boyce, University of Massachusetts Amherst 
  51. Hendrik Van den Berg, Professor Emeritus, Universities of Nebraska 
  52. Thomas E. Lambert, Northern Kentucky University
  53. Michael Nuwer, SUNY Potsdam
  54. Nikka Lemons, The University of Texas-Arlington 
  55. Scott T. Fullwiler, Wartburg College
  56. Charles M A. Clark, St. John’s University
  57. John T. Harvey, Texas Christian University
  58. Daphne Greenwood, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
  59. Gerald Epstein, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  60. Mohammad Moeini-Feizabadi, PhD candidate, University of Massachusetts
  61. Rebecca Todd Peters, Elon University
  62.  Andres F. Cantillo, University of Missouri-Kansas City
  63. Michael Meeropol, Professor Emeritus of Economics, Western New England University 
  64. Robert H. Scott III, Monmouth University
  65. Timothy A Wunder, Department of Economics University of TexasArlington
  66. Mariano Torras, Adelphi University
  67. Gennaro Zezza, Levy Economics Institute
  68. Wolfram Elsner, University of Bremen
  69. Larry Allen, Lamar University
  70. John Miller, Wheaton College
  71. Chris Tilly, UCLA
  72. Sean Flaherty, Franklin and Marshall College
  73. Clifford Poirot, Shawnee State University
  74. Anita Dancs, Western New England University
  75. Calvin Mudzingiri, University of the Free State
  76. Roger Even Bove, West Chester University
  77. Andrea Armeni, Transform Finance
  78. Anwar Shaikh, New School for Social Research 
  79. Steven Pressman, Colorado State University
  80. Frank Pasquale, University of Maryland, Carey School of Law 
  81. John Weeks, SOAS, University of London 
  82. Matías Vernengo, Bucknell University 
  83.  Thomas Masterson, Levy Economics Institute 
  84.  Antonio Callari, Franklin and Marshall College 
  85. Avraham Baranes, Rollins College 
  86.  Janet Spitz, the College of Saint Rose 
  87.  Nancy Folbre, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  88. Jennifer Taub, Vermont Law School 
  89. Irene van Staveren, Erasmus University
  90. Yavuz Yaşar, University of Denver 
  91. Scott McConnell, Eastern Oregon University 
  92. Don Goldstein, Allegheny College 
  93.  J. Pérez Oya, Retired UN secretariat (Spain) 
  94. Elaine McCrate, University of Vermont
  95. Thomas E. Weisskopf, University of Michigan 
  96. Jeffrey Zink, Morningside College
  97. Scott Jeffrey, Monmouth University
  98. Lourdes Benería, Cornell University 
  99. Frank Thompson, University of Michigan 
  100. Baban Hasnat, The College at Brockport, State University of New York 
  101. Ilene Grabel, University of Denver 
  102. Tara Natarajan, Saint Michael’s College 
  103.  Leanne Ussher, Queens College, City University of New York 
  104. Kathleen McAfee, San Francisco State University 
  105. Victoria Chick, University College London 
  106. Steve Keen, Kingston University 
  107. Heidi Mandanis Schooner, The Catholic University of America 
  108. Louis-Philippe Rochon, Laurentian University 
  109.  Jamee K. Moudud, Professor of Economics, Sarah Lawrence College 
  110. Timothy A. Canova, Shepard Broad College of Law, Nova Southeastern University 
  111. Karol Gil Vasquez, Nichols College 
  112.  Mark Haggerty, University of Maine 
  113. Luis Brunstein University of California, Riverside 
  114. Cathleen Whiting, Willamette University 
  115.  William Waller, Hobart and William Smith Colleges 
  116.  Kade Finnoff, University of Massachuettes-Boston 
  117. Maarten de Kadt, Independent Economist 
  118. Timothy Koechlin, Vassar College 
  119. Ceren Soylu, University of Massachusetts-Amherst 
  120. Dorene Isenberg, University of Redlands 
  121. Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University 
  122.  Matthew Rice, University of Missouri-Kansas City 
  123. David Gold, The New School for Social Research
  124. Cyrus Bina, University of Minnesota 
  125. Mark Paul, University of Massachusetts-Amherst 
  126. Xuan Pham, Rockhurst University 
  127. Erik Dean, Portland Community College 
  128. Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr., George Washington University Law School 
  129. Rohan Grey, President, Modern Money Network 
  130. Tamar Diana Wilson, University of Missouri—St. Louis 
  131.  Radhika Balakrishanan, Rutgers University 
  132.  Alla Semenova, SUNY Potsdam 
  133.  Yeva Nersisyan, Franklin and Marshall College 
  134. Linwood Tauheed, University of Missouri-Kansas City 
  135. Michael Perelman, California State University, Chico 
  136. Janet T. Knoedler, Bucknell University 
  137. David Laibman, Brooklyn College and Graduate School, City University of New York 
  138.  Ann Pettifor, Director, Policy Research in Macroeconomics, London 
  139. Steve Schifferes, City University London 
  140. Al Campbell, University of Utah 
  141. Faith Stevelman, New York Law School 
  142. Kathleen C. Engel, Suffolk University Law School 
  143. Jack Wendland, University of Missouri-Kansas City 
  144. Ruxandra Pavelchievici, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis 
  145. Zoe Sherman, Merrimack College 
  146. Donald St. Clair, CFP, Financial Planning Assoc. of Northern California 
  147. Carolyn McClanahan, CFP, Life Planning Partners, Inc. 
  148. Thomas Ferguson, Senior Fellow, Roosevelt Institute 
  149. Saule T. Omarova, Cornell University 
  150. Josh Ryan-Collins, City University, London 
  151. June Zaccone, Hofstra University 
  152. Alex Binder, Franklin & Marshall College 
  153.  Albena Azmanova, University of Kent, Brussels School of International Studies 
  154. Hans G. Ehrbar, University of Utah 
  155.  Devin T. Rafferty, St. Peter’s University 
  156. Reynold F. Nesiba, Augustana University 
  157. David Zalewski, Providence College 
  158. Claudia Chaufan, University of California-San Francisco 
  159.  L. Randall Wray, Levy Economics Institute and Bard College 
  160. Richard B. Wagner, JD, CFP, WorthLiving LLC 
  161. Joseph Persky, University of Illinois-Chicago  
  162. Julie Matthaei, Wellesley College
  163.  Peter Spiegler, University of Massachuetts-Amherst 
  164. James Ronald Stanfield, Colorado State University 
  165. William D. Pitney, CFP, Director of Advocacy, FPA of Silicon Valley 
  166. Ora R. Citron, CFP, Oak Tree Wealth Management 
  167. Susan Webber, Former Associate at Goldman, Sachs & Co.
  168. Richard D. Wolff, Democracy at Work and New School for Social Research 
  169. Mu-JeongKho, University College London 
  170.  Kevin Furey, Chemeketa Community College
  171. Randy Albelda, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Boston
  172. Lluis Rodriguez Algans, CNT Trade Union
  173. Peter Arno, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Lehman College, City University of New York
  174. Michael Ash, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  175. M.V. Lee Badget, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  176. Brook K. Baker, J.D., Northeastern University School of Law
  177. Nesecan Balkan, Ph.D., Hamilton College
  178. Avraham Baranes, Ph.D., Rollins College
  179. David Barkin, Ph.D., Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco
  180. Deepankar Basu, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  181. Lourdes Benería, Ph.D., Cornell University
  182. Peter H. Bent, University of Massachusetts-Amherst and University of Oxford
  183. Cyrus Bina, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
  184. Ron Blackwell, Chief Economist, AFL-CIO (Retired)
  185. Marc Blecher, Ph.D., Oberlin College
  186. Eileen Boris, Ph.D., University of California-Santa Barbara
  187. Howard Botwinick, Ph.D., State University of New York-Cortland
  188. Roger Even Bove, Ph.D., West Chester University
  189. James K. Boyce, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  190. Michael Brün, Ph.D., Illinois State University
  191. Robert Buchele, Ph.D., Smith College
  192. Antonio Callari, Ph.D., Franklin and Marshall College
  193. Al Campbell, Ph.D., University of Utah
  194. Jim Campen, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Boston
  195. Michael Carter, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Lowell
  196. Scott Carter, Ph.D., The University of Tulsa
  197. Shouvik Chakraborty, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  198. John Chasse, Ph.D., State University of New York, Brockport
  199. Ying Chen, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  200. Robert Chernomas, Ph.D., University of Manitoba
  201. Kimberly Christensen, Ph.D., Sarah Lawrence College
  202. Alan B. Ciblis, Ph.D., Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento
  203. Peter Cole, Ph.D., Western Illinois University
  204. Bruce E. Collier, Ph.D., Association for Social Economics
  205. James Crotty, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  206. Stephen Cullenberg, Ph.D., University of California, Riverside
  207. Jane D’Arista, Political Economy Research Institute
  208. Flavia Dantas, Ph.D., SUNY - Cortland
  209. Paul Davidson, Ph.D., University of Tennessee
  210. Erik Dean, Ph.D., Portland Community College
  211. Carmen Diana Deere, Ph.D., University of Florida
  212. George DeMartino, Ph.D., University of Denver
  213. Gregory DeFreitas, Ph.D., Hofstra University
  214. Alan Derickson, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
  215. James G. Devine, Ph.D., Loyola Marymount University
  216. G. William Domhoff, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Cruz
  217. Peter Dreier, Ph.D., Occidental College
  218. Thomas L. Dublin, Ph.D., State University of New York, Binghampton
  219. Gary Dymski, Ph.D., Leeds University Business School
  220. Peter Dorman, Ph.D., Evergreen State College
  221. Veronika V. Eberharter, Ph.D., University of Innsbruck
  222. Barry Eldin, Ph.D., McGill University
  223. Gerald Epstein, Ph.D, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  224. Rudy Fichtenbaum, Ph.D., Wright State University
  225. Deborah M. Figart, Ph.D., Stockton University
  226. Alfredo Saad Filho, Ph.D., University of London
  227. Andrew M. Fischer, Ph.D., Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam
  228. Sean Flaherty, Ph.D., Franklin & Marshall College
  229. Nancy Folbre, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  230. Gerald Friedman, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  231. Kevin Furey, , Chemeketa Community College
  232. James K. Galbraith, Ph.D., University of Texas-Austin
  233. John Luke Gallup, Ph.D., Portland State University
  234. Ina Ganguli, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  235. Jorge Garcia-Arias, Ph.D., University of Leon
  236. Heidi Garrett-Peltier, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  237. Barbara Garson
  238. Armaan Gezici, Ph.D., Keene State College
  239. G. Reza Ghorashi, Ph.D., Stockton University
  240. Helen Lachs Ginsburg, Ph.D., Brooklyn College, City University of New York
  241. Jonathan P. Goldstein, Ph.D., Bowdoin College
  242. April Gordon, Winthrop University
  243. Ilene Grabel, Ph.D., University of Denver
  244. Jerry Gray, Ph.D., Willamette University
  245. Josh Greenstein, Ph.D., Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  246. Daphne Greenwood, Ph.D., University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
  247. Winston Griffith, Ph.D., Howard University
  248. Christopher Gunn,  Ph.D, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  249. Robert Guttman, Ph.D., Hofstra University
  250. Robin Hahnel, Ph.D., American University, Portland State University
  251. Eric Hake, Ph.D., Catawba College
  252. Martin Hart-Landsberg, Ph.D., Lewis and Clark College
  253. James Heintz, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  254. Lisa Henderson, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  255. John F. Henry, Ph.D., University of Missouri-Kansas City
  256. Arturo Hermann, Italian National Institute of Statistics
  257. Joan Hoffman, Ph.D., John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  258. Candace Howes, Ph.D., Connecticut College
  259. Michael Hudson, Ph.D., University of Missouri, Kansas City
  260. Dorene Isenberg, Ph.D., University of Redlands
  261. Russell Janis, Ph.D, J.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  262. Tae-Hee Jo, Ph.D., State University of New York, Buffalo State
  263. Laurie Johnson, Ph.D., New York University
  264. Fadhel Kaboub, Ph.D., Denison University
  265. Rebecca E. Karl, Ph.D., History Department, New York University
  266. Mousa H. Kassis, Youngstown State University
  267. Farida C. Khan, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Parkside
  268. Mary C. King, Ph.D., Portland State University
  269. Tim Koechlin, Ph.D., Vassar College
  270. Harry Konstantinidis, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Boston
  271. David Laibman, Ph.D., Brooklyn College and Graduate School, City University of New York
  272. Thomas Lambert, Ph.D., Northern Kentucky University
  273. Margaret Levenstein, Ph.D., University of Michigan
  274. Oren M. Levin-Waldman, Ph.D., Metropolitan College of New York
  275. Ariana R. Levinson, Ph.D., University of Louisville
  276. Victor D. Lippit, Ph.D., University of California, Riverside
  277. Paul Lockard, Ph.D., Black Hawk College
  278. Daniel MacDonald, Ph.D., California State University San Bernadino
  279. Allan MacNeill, Ph.D., Webster University
  280. Mark Maier, Ph.D., Glendale Community College
  281. Arthur MacEwan, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Boston
  282. Ann Markusen, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
  283. J.W. Mason, Ph.D., John Jay College, City University of New York; Roosevelt Institute
  284. Patrick Mason, Ph.D., Florida State University
  285. Peter Hans Matthews, Ph.D., Middlebury College
  286. Peter B. Mayer, Ph.D., University of Louisville
  287. Scott McConnell, Ph.D., Eastern Oregon University
  288. Elaine McCrate, Ph.D., University of Vermont
  289. Terrence McDonough, Ph.D., National University of Ireland Galway
  290. Michael Meeropol, Ph.D., Western New England University
  291. Martin Melkonian, Hofstra University
  292. Dennis Merrill, Ph.D., University of Missouri-Kansas City
  293. Thomas Michl, Ph.D., Colgate University
  294. Marcelo Milan, Ph.D., Federal University of Rio Grade do Sul
  295. William Milberg, Ph.D., New School for Social Research
  296. John Miller, Ph.D., Wheaton College
  297. Paul Morse, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  298. Fred Moseley, Ph.D., Mount Holyoke College
  299. Philip I. Moss, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Lowell
  300. Tracy Mott, Ph.D., University of Denver
  301. Michael J. Murray, Ph.D., Bemidji State University
  302. Ellen Mutari, Ph.D., Stockton University
  303. Léonce Ndikumana, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  304. Don Negri, Ph.D., Willamette University
  305. Julie A. Nelson, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Boston
  306. Reynold F. Nesiba, Ph.D., Augustana College, Sioux Falls
  307. Eric Nilsson, Ph.D., California State University, San Bernadino
  308. Michael Nuwer, Ph.D., State University of New York, Potsdam
  309. Erik Olsen, Ph.D., University of Missouri Kansas City
  310. Spencer J. Pack, Ph.D., Connecticut College
  311. Aaron Pacitti, Ph.D., Siena College
  312. Zhaochang Peng, Ph.D., Rollins College
  313. Kenneth R. Peres, Ph.D., retired, Communications Workers of America
  314. Joseph Persky, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago
  315. Karen Pfeifer, Ph.D., Smith College
  316. Xuan Pham, Ph.D., Rockhurst University
  317. Bruce Pietrykowski, Ph.D., University of Michigan-Dearborn
  318. Frances Fox Piven, Ph.D., Graduate Center, City University of New York
  319. Robert Pollin, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  320. Mary Louise Pratt, Ph.D., New York University
  321. Paddy Quick, Ph.D., St. Francis College
  322. Devin T. Rafferty, Ph.D., St. Peter’s University
  323. Laura Reed, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  324. Robert Reich, University of California Berkeley
  325. Felipe Rezende, Ph.D., Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  326. Carl Riskin, Ph.D., Queens College, City University of New York
  327. Judith Robinson, Ph.D., Castleton State College
  328. Sergio Romero,  PhD, Department of Sociology, Boise State University
  329. Andrew Ross, Ph.D., New York University
  330. Robert J.S. Ross, Ph.D., Clark University
  331. Mario Seccareccia, Ph.D., University of Ottawa
  332. Malcolm Sawyer, Ph.D., University of Leeds
  333. Matías Scaglione, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
  334. Helen Scharber, Ph.D., Hampshire College
  335. Ted P. Schmidt, Ph.D., State University of New York, Buffalo State
  336. Geoff Schneider, Ph.D., Bucknell University
  337. Juliet B. Schor,  Ph.D., Boston College
  338. Elliot Sclar, Ph.D., Columbia University
  339. Carol Scotton, Ph.D., Knox College
  340. Stephanie Seguino, Ph.D., University of Vermont
  341. Alla Semenova, Ph.D., State University of New York - Potsdam
  342. Anwar Shaikh, Ph.D., New School for Social Research
  343. Zoe Sherman, Ph.D., Merrimack College
  344. Nathan Sivers-Boyce, Ph.D., Willamette University
  345. Bryan Snyder, Bentley University
  346. Peter Spiegler, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  347. Janet Spitz, Ph.D., The College of Saint Rose
  348. Howard Stein, Ph.D., University of Michigan
  349. Mary Huff Stevenson, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Boston
  350. Frank Thompson, Ph.D., University of Michigan
  351. Chris Tilly, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
  352. Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  353. E. Ahmet Tonak, Ph.D., Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey
  354. Mayo C. Toruño, Ph.D., California State University, San Bernadino
  355. Eric Tymoigne, Ph.D., Lewis & Clark College
  356. Hendrik Van den Berg, Ph.D., University of Nebraska and Mount Holyoke College
  357. William Van Lear, Ph.D., Belmont Abbey College
  358. Irene van Staveren, Ph.D., Erasmus University Rotterdam
  359. Roberto Veneziani, Ph.D., Queen Mary University of London
  360. Eric Verhoogen, Ph.D., Columbia University
  361. Matías Vernengo, Ph.D., Bucknell University
  362. Stephen Viederman, Consultant
  363. William T. Waller, Ph.D., Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  364. John P. Watkins, Ph.D., Westminster College
  365. John Weeks, Ph.D., University of London
  366. Thomas Weisskopf, Ph.D., University of Michigan
  367. Cathy Whiting, Ph.D., Willamette University
  368. Jeannette Wicks-Lim, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  369. John Willoughby, Ph.D., American University
  370. Tamar Diana Wilson, Ph.D., University of Missouri, St. Louis
  371. Jon D. Wisman, Ph.D., American University
  372. Judith Wittner, Ph.D., Loyola University
  373. Michael Wolff, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  374. Martin Wolfson, Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
  375. L. Randy Wray, Ph.D., Bard College and University of Missouri-Kansas City
  376. Zhun Xu, Ph.D., Howard University
  377. Ben Young, Ph.D., University of Missouri at Kansas City
  378. June Zaccone, Ph.D., Hofstra University
  379. David Zalewski, Ph.D., Providence College
  380. Roland Zullo, Ph.D., University of Michigan
OFFICIAL GEEKONOMICON REVIEW

NEVER SELL AT GEEKONOMICON

I would like to highlight the absolutely inexcusable events that transpired at Geekonomicon this weekend towards their vendors and artists.

NEVER in my 7 years of selling in Artist Alley have I ever experienced an abomination such as this convention.

NEVER have I had such a displeasing experience at a con that I packed my merchandise and left in the middle of a convention.

NEVER do I wish for any vendor or artist to experience this in the future.

—I strongly encourage anyone who was negatively affected by this convention to write a review.—

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PAMATAY NA FB COMMENTS

SCENE #1

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Friend 1: “Naks. Pagwapo ng pagwapo ah.”

Friend 2: “Forever crush. <3”

Relative: “Kumusta na kayo dyan? Mag-iingat kayo palagi. Pasabi sa inay mo okay naman kami dito.”

( Me: Ako po hindi okay.)

SCENE #2

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Friend 1: “OMG! Gwapoooo!!”

Friend 2: “Hart hart. <3 <3”

Friend 3: “Baka po may alam kayo. I’m looking for (BUMIBILI) most be RUSH ITEM IPHONE 5S OR IPHONE 5C badget 4k to 5.5k comeplete po sana
sa mga rush seller jan sure buyer ako … kunin ko den po khit ngayon.”

( Me: Mukha ba akong nagbubuy and sell sa profile pic ko?)

SCENE #3

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Friend 1: “Why you so gwapo. <3”

Friend 2: “Ang hottttttt!”

Inay: “San ka na? Paloadan mo ko. 10 lang.”

( Me: ‘Nay naman. Naituro ko na senyo kung pano gumamit ng FB chat ah.)

SCENE #4

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Friend 1: “Superlike!”

Friend 2: “Gwapo mo dito preh”.

Friend 3: “Grabee!! Matalino na, pogi pa. Uyyyyyyy. favor naman….”

(Me: Ganun? Saka lang magpaparamdam pag may kelangan? Galing ah. Keep it up.)

SCENE #5

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Friend 1: “Hart hart. <3”

Friend 2: *laglag panty*

Ka-work: May sweldo na!!!

(Me: Wag mong ipagkalat na wala na akong pera please. huhu )

SCENE #6

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Friend 1: “Anakan mo ako kuya!”

Friend 2: “QTP2T”

Someone: “Hi. Are you from last night o from last last night? Medyo may hangover pa kasi. Pero i must say, kahit maliit si junjun mo, you didi it great! Isa pa please. sherep ih. hihi”

(Me: Pota! Hindi ako yun!!!! *deletes comment*)

SCENE #7

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Friend 1: “Why you so gwapo. <3”

Friend 2: “Ang hottttttt!”

Relative: “Nakikita mo pa ba si Elsa dyan sa kabilang bahay? Pakisabi bayad bayadan yung utang niya ha. Nakakabili siya ng bagong washing machine tapos yung utang niya di mabayaran!!!”

( Me: Profile picture ko talaga ang susi para mabayaran ang utang ni Elsa?)

Crazy girl

Crazy girl, stupid girl

What have you done?

Sad sad sad 

Bad bad sad bad

Get drunk get high go home try to cry

Sick girl, dirty girl

Why does everything good make you want to die?

Be gentle, be kind

Hold my hand, but not too tight

Mean girl, selfish girl

Weak girl, damaged girl

Always angry/Belly full of pills girl


But he loved u anyways, didn’t he?

And now u can’t sleep at night, can u?