Because of the release of Pokémon Go in a lot of the places in the world, I assume you guys already know that a lot of Youtubers will want to go out and play too. If you see someone, I’m sure they’ll be okay for a quick chat but for the love of god please DON’T FOLLOW THEM HOME! I know this has been said before but I felt like it has to be said again so people remember that ‘Yes, they are people too’. Thanks for taking the time too read this! Have fun on your journey and remember to be safe!
pleasee reblog if you watch: Dodie Clark Hazel Hayes TheThirdPew Jack Howard Dean Dobbs Daniel J.Layton Savannah Brown Sammy Paul Sprinkleofglitter SCARFDEMON TOO PLEASE I HAVE BEEN LIKE BINGE WATCHING ALL OF THESE YOUTUBERS AND I NEED MORE PEOPLE WHO KNOWS THESE PEOPLE!! Plus they havent uploaded in a while and i just need peopelepeopelpe who watch these beans ;3;
Fat City Reprise has teamed up with great friends The Hushdown (www.reverbnation.com/thehushdown) and are hitting the road this coming week!
Dec7th Reggie’s Chicago IL Dec8th The Tiger Room Ft. Wayne IN w/ The Hushdown & Kevin Hambrick of Orange Opera Dec9th Jackie O’s Athens OH w/ The Hushdown Dec10th Scarlet & Grey Columbus OH Dec11th Be Here Now Bar Muncie IN Dec12th Day Trotter Session’s Rock Island IL Dec14th Mojo on Main Newark DE w/ The Hushdown Dec 16th The Legendary Dobb’s Philadelphia PA w/The Hushdown Dec17th Fat City @ The Bitter End/The Hushdown at Kenny’s Castaway NYC NY Jan4th Newby’s Memphis TN w/ The Hushdown Jan5th The Stomping Grounds Lounge Austin TX w/ The Hushdown Jan6th 2826 Arnetic Dallas TX w/ The Hushdown Jan13th Lyzzard’s Prescott AZ w/ The Husdown Jan14th The Freakin’ Frog Las Vegas NV
“IF I DIE OF AIDS - FORGET BURIAL - JUST DROP MY BODY ON THE STEPS OF THE F.D.A.,” jacket worn by David Wojnarowicz (September 14, 1954 - July 22, 1992), ACT UP demonstration, Food and Drug Administration, Washington, D.C., October 11, 1988. Photo by Bill Dobbs. David Wojnarowicz, who died twenty-four years ago today, was an American painter, photographer, writer, filmmaker, performance artist, and AIDS activist. Wojnarowicz emerged from New York’s underground art scene in the late 1970s as one of the most prominent and prolific mixed-media artists and activists; a retrospective of his work, “History Keeps Me Awake At Night,” has been announced for exhibition at the Whitney Museum (@whitneymuseum) in Spring 2018. David Wojnarowicz died from AIDS-related illness on July 22, 1992; he was thirty-seven. #lgbthistory #lgbtherstory #lgbttheirstory #lgbtpride #queerhistorymatters #haveprideinhistory #davidwojnarowicz (at Food and Drug Administration)