• Davey: I'm killing Race.
  • Jack: What? You're gonna kill Race? All right, car's gassed up. That's good. Guess I could home-school the kids, 'cause-
  • Davey: No, Jack, the coffee is killing him.
  • Jack: What?
  • Davey: The coffee I give him every day.
  • Jack: Oh. Gotcha.
  • Davey: Good God, Jack. You had all that ready?
  • Jack: What? I'm just being supportive.
  • Davey: Good night.

anonymous asked:

What are your thoughts on Amandla? She's been kinda working my nerves lately. She hyped up her new movie, Everything, Everything as if it was the groundbreaking masterpiece because it had a black lead. Meanwhile, I went to see it and it was...mediocre. (And this is coming from someone who LOVES teen fiction). I just feel like she let herself get to gassed and now she's not acting right.

I actually haven’t actively formed an opinion on them since that whole Nazi love story fiasco a couple months ago (Are they still doing that movie?). I just looked up the movie you’re talking about and now I wonder if they’re going to get typecast as the ‘black girl love interest’ in films where they end up with a white boy. Because Amandla is mixed and light, that’s a really real possibility when you think about it.

As always, I wish them continued growth both personally, and with regards to their activism.

anonymous asked:

Do you ever do the thing where you just look around you and become aware that everything is atoms and molecules and the air you're breathing is all these different gasses and just wave your hand through the air and realize how COOL it is? And just touch things and be like "That's molecules?" I love it when I get like that, it's one of the reasons I'm studying science. The world is wonderful!

idk not really

I made my piece with atoms and shit a long time ago

squirreltastic  asked:

Its 1am and all I can think about is how much love I got for all the Jonathan Cranes out there, just putting aside continuity and anything else between DC and the amazing fan designs we got a cornucopia of Jonathans to love! Its so AWESOME 10/10 WOULD HUG EVERY ONE OF THEM (except Nolan!verse Jonathan because he's so short I could just pick him up and run huehuehue) (dont try to kidnap a Gotham rouge kids it wont end well)

This is why I love the Scarecrow fandom, we all get along pretty well and so many of the fans contribute with amazing artwork, fanfics, edits and analysis posts. It kinda makes you love him even more, ya know?

If I could, I’d probably kidnap Scarecrow and never give him up. I don’t even care if he gasses me, I’ll become immune. hahah

hey hey hey you remember ratatouille? that movie was fuckin wild. in the first 20m a woman points a shotgun at the protagonist and tries to shoot him multiple times, brings down the roof of her own house, and subsequently gasses it. then the rat goes to paris and meets the bastard son of a dead chef and almost dies. again. several times. many times! almost gets locked in an oven. and then drowned. then some shit happens and he controls the bastard son by pulling on his hair. also the bastard chef gets drunk at least once. it’s explicit too like the scheming sous chef brings this 18 y/o or whatever into his office and gets him drunk because he wants the kid to admit that he’s a successful chef because of a tiny hair-pulling rat puppeteer who lives in his hat. and all throughout it the rat is grappling with the ethical conflict of whether stealing is right, and how to reconcile the wasted excesses of capitalism with his belief in private property and self-earned worth, especially when he comes from an impoverished background where stealing was necessary. and the underlying motif is how art isn’t an exclusive club, and how making art accessible to everyone is critical to the expansion and success of art itself, and the importance of honesty in relationships. also the human protagonist’s name is linguini

Classic Joker: “This chair is rigged to measure the audience’s laughter and give you an electric shock proportional to the volume - not funny, you say? Well, the audience has been gassed up just enough that they’ll find anything funny - even Harley reading from the phonebook!”

Current Joker: *Stabs people with a knife. Laughs.*

beyonce: sings a pro-black anthem in front of a bunch of white people who think blm is a terrorist group clad in black panther garb with an all lady group

yall: uhmmm [tugs at collar] idk the black panther thing was a bit much :// i dont get it

gaga: sings born this way in a city thats p diverse compared to the rest of texas and the rest of america that elected a lesbian mayor

yall: SO PROGRESSIVE i cant believe she did it,,,,she ended homeophobi take that Conservatives

16 May, Romani Day of Resistance.

Romani are usually excluded whenever the topic of the Holocaust/WW2 comes up, so it’s not all too surprising that the Romani Day of Resistance is very unknown to the majority. But it should be celebrated and embraced since it represents a change in the way Romani culture and identity appear in public space - where a history of resistance replaces a history of oppression:

  • On 15 May 1944, the underground resistance movement in the Auschwitz, Birkenau concentration camp BIIe warned the Roma that the SS guards were planning to round up the nearly 6,000 Roma and Sinti prisoners and send them to the gas chambers. 
  • On the morning of 16 May, the Romani prisoners did not show up for the usual morning roll call and ceased cooperating with the SS guards.
  • The Roma barricaded themselves into their shanties. They had broken into an equipment warehouse and armed themselves with hammers, pickaxes and shovels, taking apart the wooden sections of the bunks they slept on to make wooden stakes. 
  • When the SS guards approached the area, they were met with armed resistance from the inmates. 
  • The prisoners forced the guards into retreat, and though some prisoners were shot that night, the act of resistance allowed the Roma and Sinti prisoners to put off execution for several more months.
  • The SS were in shock because they had completely failed to anticipate this resistance. Concerned they might lose more men and that the uprising might spread to other parts of Auschwitz, they retreated from camp BIIe.
  • No Roma died in the gas chambers that day. The Nazis subsequently put the prisoners of BIIe on a starvation diet.
  • Later, on 23 May 1944 the Nazis moved 1,500 of the strongest Romani prisoners to Auschwitz I, many of whom were then sent to Buchenwald concentration camp.
  • On 25 May 1944, 82 Romani men were transported to the Flossenburg concentration camp and 144 young Romani women were sent to the Ravensbrück concentration camp.  
  • Less than 3,000 Romani prisoners remained in the family camp at BIIe, most of them children.
  • On 2 August 1944, the Nazis gassed all the remaining Romani prisoners to death in gas chamber V, although the Roma fought back on that dark night as well.

In Hungary the 2nd of August was designated in 2005 by the Parliament as “Roma and Sinti Genocide Remembrance Day”, yet most European countries make no or insufficient mention of the Roma victims in their official position regarding the Holocaust. 

Roma are still misrepresented by stereotypes that overshadow our culture and real identity and it should be needless to say that Europe should put some effort on making the Roma genocide widely known and recognized, to serve as a counterforce to the increasingly violent rhetoric and action against the Roma because and through them. Yet it does not seem like anything like that will happen any time soon. 

& Yes, please reblog this to make at least some of our history known.



THE GUYS: Dab, dab, dab, dab, dab, dab!!


MUTASIM: Yes, we love…* Today, it’s the 18th of May, so we’re going to have a, boom, 17th of May special.

ELIAS: What are you doing?


ELIAS: You know this is my Youtube channel, right? And then you come with this 17th of May stuff..

MUTASIM: Look, look, look how tired this guy is and I’m like fresh.

MIKAEL: He has a bowtie.

MUTASIM: Bowtie! I got this, understand?

MIKAEL: [Singing]

ELIAS: But what’s the thing with the 17th of May? Why do we celebrate the 17th of May?

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Anne Frank Center calls Sean Spicer a Holocaust denier and demands his firing=

  • The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, a human rights organization named after the Jewish girl who died of typhus in Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler’s Bergen-Belsen concentration camp during World War II, denounced White House press secretary Sean Spicer for engaging in “Holocaust denial” and demanded his firing after Spicer suggested even “someone as despicable as Hitler … didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons” at a press conference on Tuesday.
  • Hitler, of course, gassed millions and killed millions of others with conventional weapons during the Holocaust, when his regime rounded up scores of Jews and others for extermination in concentration camps. (Spicer did not help things by later inartfully referring to those camps as “the Holocaust centers.”) 

  • The press secretary brought up the topic of his own volition while discussing the White House’s response to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad’s repeated use of banned chemical weapons on civilians. Read more. (4/11/2017 5:50 PM)

Scarecrow, hovering over me with toxin at the ready: What is your greatest f-
Me: Gas me.
Scarecrow: …What?
Me: Dude, seriously, I really have no idea. It could be sentient dolls, it could be being alone, hell, zombies scare the crap out of me. Just do it so I can find out.
Scarecrow: …