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GREAT SLOGANS for the NEXT WOMAN’S MARCH

It’s long so I don’t want it taking all your dash unless you want, but these are some of the witty and power slogans besides the great mass produces ones out there. 

WHICH ONES ARE YOU FAVORITES? 

and add your favorites too …..

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anonymous asked:

Jeff's skill as a manager includes promoting him for one week then relying on the promotion of a movie to do the rest(yes, music manager, you totally know how that will work out), then inviting Harry to the wedding of the guy whose jeans Harry always wears instead of setting him up to be involved in even the tiniest way in the Manchester charity concert. The fact he didn't do anything after Jeff made sure the press caught onto his speech will never stop frustrsting me.

The FRUSTRATION… smh.

It is mind-boggling to me how tone deaf Jeff’s sense of public reception to PR can be.

Read: PR for Carolina. Photos of Harry’s shopping at Gucci on the morning of December 7, 2016.

Over seven million people watched the One Love Manchester livestream. People were united in their support of One Love Manchester for a good cause. It was a visible stand for love, against hate– exactly what Harry said.

Harry is personally connected to Manchester. He is friends with Ariana & Chris Martin. It would have been the most organic thing to show something, ANYTHING, in support.

Juxtaposing the sad faces of attendees at the concert with the laughing, carefree faces of wealthy people partying in Hawaii is… not the best PR one can have… especially if one makes a point of shortening a concert because of the tragedy.

For those who don’t know, Jon Geller, whose wedding Harry attended, is heir to Paige Denim, maker of Harry’s famous women’s size 26 jeans.

Memo to Jeff: read a little bit about the last days of Louis XVI’s court. Let them eat cake is … not a great slogan.

nytimes.com
The All-Male Photo Op Isn’t a Gaffe. It’s a Strategy.
Republicans know what those images look like and who they appeal to.
By Jill Filipovic

Mr. Trump oozes male entitlement, from his brash insistence that he’s the best at everything despite knowing very little about anything to his history of crass sexism. Liberal political analysts, and even some conservative ones, assumed that would hurt him in a more feminist world. With women, it did, though not as much as people might have expected. It didn’t hurt him with men, though — Mr. Trump won them with the biggest gender gap since the advent of exit polling. That he was running against Hillary Clinton, the quintessential Hermione outsmarting the boys in class, brought this white masculinity message into sharper relief: Trump supporters didn’t just oppose Mrs. Clinton, they hated her with unchecked phallic rage, wearing “Trump That Bitch” T-shirts.

Mr. Trump promised he would make America great again, a slogan that included the implicit pledge to return white men to their place of historic supremacy. And that is precisely what these photos show. The same kind of men who have been in charge of the United States since its founding, so very proud of themselves for trying to ax the rights that make it possible for women to chart their own futures — and to compete with men. If women can’t decide for themselves when and if to have children and are instead at the mercy of men and nature, there will simply never be 50 percent of us at that table, or in any halls of power. The men of the Republican Party know this just as well as women do.

QUIZ: Have You Traveled Back in Time to the French Revolution?

We’re asked this question no fewer than five times a week, so we thought it worth addressing through a fun, informative quiz. Answer each question, then check the scoring at the end.


1) You ask the nearest person if the French are revolting, and they reply
a. “Yes, because this is the French Revolution, and you are in it.”
b. “Is this a play on the word ‘revolting?'”

2) You wake up from a long night’s sleep, you find yourself
a. in a fancy French bedroom with a fancy French officer telling you to put on your own fancy French uniform because you’re a soldier or something and you need to go do soldier things
b. in a pool of loose gelatin and you’re all like, “What was I doing last night?”

3) You check the date on your cellphone, and see that
a. it’s May 5, 1789, the start of the French Revolution.
b. it’s time for your boorish uncle and his dull children to come visit.

4) You knock on the bathroom door, and you hear
a. a voice say, “It’s me, King Louis XVI! Let me hide in here and you can keep my powdered wig!”
b. nothing but silence because you are alone, so alone.

5) You yell “Long live the revolution!” and
a) people say, “That’s a great slogan. We’ll use that for our revolution, but we’ll say it in French.”
b) you hear nothing but silence because you are alone, so alone.

SCORING:

IF YOU ANSWERED MOSTLY A’S then it is highly likely that you are currently stuck right in the middle of the French Revolution. Have fun, where loose-fitting clothing, and we’ll see you in a 200-plus years.

IF YOU ANSWERED MOSTLY B’S then it is highly Unlikely that you are currently stuck right in the middle of the French Revolution. Also, what is going on in your life?

nytimes.com
The All-Male Photo Op Isn’t a Gaffe. It’s a Strategy.
Republicans know what those images look like and who they appeal to.
By Jill Filipovic

President Trump ran a campaign of aggrieved masculinity, appealing to men who felt their rightful place in society has been taken from them by a stream of immigrants stealing their jobs, women who don’t need husbands to support them, and members of minority groups who don’t work as hard but still get special treatment.

Mr. Trump oozes male entitlement, from his brash insistence that he’s the best at everything despite knowing very little about anything to his history of crass sexism. Liberal political analysts, and even some conservative ones, assumed that would hurt him in a more feminist world. With women, it did, though not as much as people might have expected. It didn’t hurt him with men, though — Mr. Trump won them with the biggest gender gap since the advent of exit polling. That he was running against Hillary Clinton, the quintessential Hermione outsmarting the boys in class, brought this white masculinity message into sharper relief: Trump supporters didn’t just oppose Mrs. Clinton, they hated her with unchecked phallic rage, wearing “Trump That Bitch” T-shirts.

Mr. Trump promised he would make America great again, a slogan that included the implicit pledge to return white men to their place of historic supremacy. And that is precisely what these photos show.

anonymous asked:

75 with Sungjin please~ 💕

PRAISE JESUS ITS NOT JAE (love you, jae, honestly but pls so many reqs) 


100 Ways to Say I Love You

75. I was just thinking about you | Sungjin

Originally posted by helloday6

Watching him perform from backstage was a sight to see. Even though you only did see his back the full time (not that you were complaining), you could feel and hear the power and emotion in his voice. If anything, to you, his voice felt stronger than usual.

Their fans cheered louder this time more than ever, the support they gained over the past few months was great to see. The slogans grew in quantity with each member growing more popular individually. Sungjin especially, you noticed.

It’s not that you were jealous, no, of course not, Sungjin repeated to you on many occasions that no one could replace you. It was just… you knew how crazy some of these fans could be and well, you didn’t want him to regret one of his life long dreams.

“I was just thinking about you,” he told you after the concert, still high on adrenaline. “Only you.” Sungjin kissed your temple and took you further backstage. “When I’m on that stage, you’re the only one I think about. Do you know why?”

You shook your head, no.

“Because you motivate me to do well. To look after you because you’re the thing I care about the most and don’t you forget that. Ever.”

anonymous asked:

a great new slogan for aphobes: "make the lgbt community sga again!"

I don’t really approve of comparing POC to Donald Trump, but this definitely applies to white aphobes.

anonymous asked:

I asked my nb best friend and trans sister they both think hearts not parts is a great slogan for pan people and my friend says they really appreciate it and makes them feel better about theirselves so it can't be that offensive but what do I know 🤷🏽‍♀️

Hey ! Thanks :-). I actually received many messages from nb and trans people about that, and thank you to take the time to tell it to me…But like I said, if it bothers even one person, Imma change it. It doesn’t take that much time and if it can make someone feel better you know :-). Anyway I’m not gonna start the polemic yet again but…yeah. Boom.

npr.org
'In Some Respects, We're A Nation in Crisis Right Now,' Former CIA Director Says
Two government veterans Friday unloaded on President Trump, his approach to Russia and his disparagement of the U.S. intelligence community. They spoke to the Aspen Security Forum.

Leaving federal government service after decades can be, well, liberating.

Just ask James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, and John Brennan, the former leader of the Central Intelligence Agency. They unloaded on President Trump and the “baffling” way he has embraced Russia while criticizing his own intelligence apparatus during a session at the Aspen Security Forum on Friday in Colorado.

Asked whether the president is taking the Russia threat seriously, Clapper replied: “Well, it’s hard to tell. Sometimes I think he’s about making Russia great again.”

That remark, playing off Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan, drew laughter and gasps from an audience of current and former government officials and the business executives who work with them. But underlying the humor was a tone of deep concern about the morale of people responsible for protecting the nation’s security — and dismay about where the country may be headed.

“In some respects, we’re a nation in crisis right now,” Brennan said.

Then, for the next hour, they counted the ways.

http://www.npr.org/2017/07/21/538661083/-in-some-respects-were-a-nation-in-crisis-right-now-former-cia-director-says

“you are being lied to” is honestly such a great slogan it’s true for just about any facet of the world we live in. it’s just a shame it belongs to a bloated anti-semite idiot instead of like, an anti capitalist publisher