have-you-heard-of

I: Yo

M: sup have you seen the ww finale or what? Holy fuck!

I: haven’t seen it yet

M: I saw it now it was awesome

I: awesome

M: talked to Even?

I: no
I was thinking about calling him

M: do it

I: but how do you think he is, do you think he’s manic

M: don’t know
Have you heard anything from him

I: no

M: he has probably grounded

I: that he’s depressed?

M: he most likely but don’t know

I: how long does that last?

M: don’t know

I: but how long is your mom usually like that?

M: it varies, that stuff I believe is different from person to person. Depends on if he’s on medication etc

I: but do you think he’s home?

M: seriously Isak. How am I supposed to know if Even is home?

I: yeah but like if he’s hospitalised or I don’t know, if you’re usually hospitalised somewhere or something

M: my mom is usually not hospitalised anywhere, he’s probably just at home with his family

I: ok

M: jut talk to him he will guaranteed be happy to hear from you

I: ok

M: just one thing, when you talk to him, it’s important that you DONT use words that begins with p, because the p sound is a crazy trigger for bipolar people

I: ???

M: I’m kidding! Chill!! Just be your self man. Quote Henrik Ibsen

I: Henrik Ibsen never said that

M: whatever text me when you’ve talked to him. Quote Henrik Wergeland

Isak: Yo

Magnus: sup (?) Have you seen the finale of ww yet? Damn!

Isak: Haven’t managed to see it yet

Magnus: It’s so damn nice

Isak: Cool

Magnus: Did you talk to Even?

Isak: Nei

Isak: I thought maybe I could call him

Magnus: Do it.

Isak: But what do you think how he is, do you think he is manic

Magnus: I don’t know

Magnus: Have you heard anything from him?

Isak: No

Magnus: He is probably „landed“ (aka down from it?)

Isak: That he is depressed?

Magnus: Yes, probably, but I don’t know

Isak: How long is he (depressed)?

Magnus: I don’t know

Isak: But how long is your mother usually like this?

Magnus: It is different, and the thing is I believe it is very different from person to person. It depends if he is on medicine etc.

Isak: But do you think he is at home?

Magnus: Sure Isak. How should I know if Even is at home?

Isak: Yes, but I don’t know about him being taken to a hospital, or if one is usually taken to a hospital or not

Magnus: My mother is usually not admitted anywhere, he is probably just at home with his family

Isak: Ok

Magnus: Just talk to him, he will be happy to hear from you

Isak: OK

Magnus: Just one thing, when you talk to him, DON’T use words that start with a p, p-sounds are very triggering for bipolar people.

Isak: ???

Magnus: I’m joking!! Chill!! Just be yourself, man. Quote from Henrik Ibsen

Isak: Henrik Ibsen never said that

Magnus: Whatever. Text me when you have talked with him. Quote Henrik Wergeland.

Isak: haha. Ok. Thanks.

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5 Reasons Why We Need to Stop Saying That 'Women Are Half the World’s Population'
You’d think saying that “half the world are women” is a good case for women’s rights – except that this language hurts all of us in the end. Here’s why.

Feminists, I have a pet peeve that I really want to talk about. Namely, this business about women being half the population.

Have you heard this before? An activist is explaining why focusing on women’s rights is so necessary, and as they passionately make their case, they tack onto the end of their speech, “After all, women make up half the world’s population!”

And of course, there’s agreement all around – we can’t perpetuate an injustice against half of the world. That simply won’t do!

I’m not a woman, but I understand the impulse to advocate for women by pointing out just how many women there are. No doubt, it’s compelling to talk about the sheer number of people being denied their autonomy and human rights.

The more people suffering, the greater the injustice, right?

Here’s the thing: I believe in intersectional feminism. I sure hope you do, too. I don’t see this “women are half the world” thing as being intersectional, nor do I see it as being correct.

And perhaps most importantly, I don’t see it as a step in the right direction: It marginalizes other people in a heck of a lot of ways, trying to uplift women at the expense of others – specifically people of marginalized gender and sex.

Not cool.

When I was a wee baby feminist – name-dropping bell hooks in conversation and proudly displaying my new nose ring – I didn’t realize how ineffective and harmful it was to hinge my arguments about women’s rights on a percentage.

It didn’t occur to me until I began my gender transition, living now as a genderqueer trans guy, that the phrase started to rub me the wrong way – because it erased transgender people like me, for starters.

That’s why I’m writing this article.

If we want to make a case for women’s equality around the world, we need to do it in a way that doesn’t erase or harm people of other genders and identities. We need to be bringing in a more intersectional approach.

It’s time we did away with this talking point once and for all. Because as you’ll see, it’s not doing women – or anyone else, for that matter – any favors.

Here are five things to consider the next time you’re thinking of spouting off the “women are half the world” argument.

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ISAK: Yo

MAGNUS: sup have you seen the ww finale or what? Holy fuck!

ISAK: haven’t seen it yet

MAGNUS: I saw it now it was awesome

ISAK: awesome

MAGNUS: talked to Even?

ISAK: no
I was thinking about calling him

MAGNUS: do it

ISAK: but how do you think he is, do you think he’s manic

MAGNUS: don’t know
Have you heard anything from him

ISAK: no

MAGNUS: he has probably grounded

ISAK: that he’s depressed?

MAGNUS: he most likely but don’t know

ISAK: how long does that last?

MAGNUS: don’t know

ISAK: but how long is your mom usually like that?

MAGNUS: it varies, that stuff I believe is different from person to person. Depends on if he’s on medication etc

ISAK: but do you think he’s home?

MAGNUS: seriously Isak. How am I supposed to know if Even is home?

ISAK: yeah but like if he’s hospitalised or I don’t know, if you’re usually hospitalised somewhere or something

MAGNUS: my mom is usually not hospitalised anywhere, he’s probably just at home with his family

ISAK: ok

MAGNUS: jut talk to him he will guaranteed be happy to hear from you

ISAK: ok

MAGNUS: just one thing, when you talk to him, it’s important that you DONT use words that begins with p, because the p sound is a crazy trigger for bipolar people

ISAK: ???

MAGNUS: I’m kidding! Chill!! Just be your self man. Quote Henrik Ibsen

ISAK: Henrik Ibsen never said that

MAGNUS: whatever text me when you’ve talked to him. Quote Henrik Wergeland

Skam translated

I: yo
M: have you seen the ww finale -shit!
I: havent seen it yet
M: just saw it - so cool
I: cool
M: did you talk to Even
I: nope, thinking about calling him
M: do it
I: but how do you think he is if he’s manic?
M: dont know. Have you heard from him?
I: no
M: he has properbly “landed”
I: so he’s depressed?
M: possibly but i dont know
I: how long will he be
M: dont know
I: but how long does it last for you mom?
M: depends, and i think its different from person to person. Depends on wheter he’s taking meds etc.
I: but do you think he is home?
M: seriously isak, how should i know if even is home
I: yeah but is he like in a hospital or something, i dont know if your usually admitted or not
M: my mum usually isnt. He’s properbly just home with his family
I: ok
M: just talk to him. Hell garanteed be happy to hear from you
I: ok
M: one thing tho dont use words that begin with a p. P sounds are huge triggers for bipolar people.
I: ???
M: joking! Chill! Just be yourself dude! Quote henrik ibsen
I: henrik ibsen never said that
M: whatever just let me know when you have talked to him. Quote henrik wergeland
I: haha ok thx

singingwithsherlock  asked:

I'm sorry I haven't been around your blog lately, but I was wondering: have you seen or heard of Yuri on Ice? There are some potential quotes that are quite good.

It’s cool, friend; I know you guys can’t always be on my blog or anything, haha. :3

I have; I’m still only four episodes in, but I’ve been watching it. I do want to use some quotes from it; just haven’t quite gotten to it yet. :)

Originally posted by lametooru

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Tfw your mother has a weird fixation on the Mechanist class, only making your disliking of puppets twice as bad because of their ever growing Mechanist League.

Honestly, I just get so excited when I see fatesonas with the Mechanist class. But there’s not many ;;

So a while back a long while back, I asked if people wanted their fatesonas to be a Mechanist class temporarily, as an excuse so I could draw more Mechanist tbh. And here it finally is. :D

Anyway the fatesonas featured (left to right) are;

Ana - @gravityfallsaulover

Iola - @noirneko

Shelly - Mine lolol

Lilly - @lilly-da-loli

Marcus - @draco-marco

Amane - @houmatsunokioku

Tomatsu - @blindlyxdivine (I hope you’re feeling better btw, I heard you were having a tough time right now, so I hope this makes you feel a lil better!)

Tipsy - @tipsy-scales

Meili - @roses-to-roses

Floran - @oreowarrior

Namika - My fatesonas kid

AND OUR SUPERB AND WONDERFUL CHEERLEADER WHO I ADORE SO MUCH THANK YOU @serkat!
Bless you dear. ; v ;

anonymous asked:

Have you heard what Lee Daniels said about his new show 'Star'? His reason for having a white chick the main star: "because I thought that instinctively, the country needed to heal. And I think that this white girl is so fabulous that black people will embrace her, and white people will embrace her.”

😒

#1: I’m A Search And Rescue Officer For The US Forest Service, I Have Some Stories To Tell (Part 1 & 2)

By: searchandrescuewoods

Length: Super long

Part 1: 

I wasn’t sure where else to post these stories, so I figured I’d share them here. I’ve been an SAR officer for a few years now, and along the way I’ve seen some things that I think you guys will be interested in.

I have a pretty good track record for finding missing people. Most of the time they just wander off the path, or slip down a small cliff, and they can’t find their way back. The majority of them have heard the old ‘stay where you are’ thing, and they don’t wander far. But I’ve had two cases where that didn’t happen. Both bother me a lot, and I use them as motivation to search even harder on the missing persons cases I get called on.

The first was a little boy who was out berry-picking with his parents. He and his sister were together, and both of them went missing around the same time. Their parents lost sight of them for a few seconds, and in that time both the kids apparently wandered off. When their parents couldn’t find them, they called us, and we came out to search the area. We found the daughter pretty quickly, and when we asked where her brother was, she told us that he’d been taken away by ‘the bear man.’ She said he gave her berries and told her to stay quiet, that he wanted to play with her brother for a while. The last she saw of her brother, he was riding on the shoulders of 'the bear man’ and seemed calm.

Of course, our first thought was abduction, but we never found a trace of another human being in that area. The little girl was also insistent that he wasn’t a normal man, but that he was tall and covered in hair, 'like a bear’, and that he had a 'weird face.’ We searched that area for weeks, it was one of the longest calls I’ve ever been on, but we never found a single trace of that kid.

~

The other was a young woman who was out hiking with her mom and grandpa. According to the mother, her daughter had climbed up a tree to get a better view of the forest, and she’d never come back down. They waited at the base of the tree for hours, calling her name, before they called for help. Again, we searched everywhere, and we never found a trace of her. I have no idea where she could possibly have gone, because neither her mother or grandpa saw her come down.

A few times, I’ve been out on my own searching with a canine, and they’ve tried to lead me straight up cliffs. Not hills, not even rock faces. Straight, sheer cliffs with no possible handholds. It’s always baffling, and in those cases we usually find the person on the other side of the cliff, or miles away from where the canine has led us. I’m sure there’s an explanation, but it’s sort of strange.

~

One particularly sad case involved the recovery of a body. A nine-year-old girl fell down an embankment and got impaled on a dead tree at the base. It was a complete freak accident, but I’ll never forget the sound her mother made when we told her what had happened. She saw the body bag being loaded into the ambulance, and she let out the most haunting, heart-broken wail I’ve ever heard. It was like her whole life was crashing down around her, and a part of her had died with her daughter. I heard from another SAR officer that she killed herself a few weeks after it happened. She couldn’t live with the loss of her daughter.

I was teamed up with another SAR officer because we’d received reports of bears in the area. We were looking for a guy who hadn’t come home from a climbing trip when he was supposed to, and we ended up having to do some serious climbing to get to where we figured he’d be. We found him trapped in a small crevasse with a broken leg. It was not pleasant. He’d been there for almost two days, and his leg was very obviously infected.

We were able to get him into a chopper, and I heard from one of the EMTs that the guy was absolutely inconsolable. He kept talking about how he’d been doing fine, and when he’d gotten to the top, a man had been there. He said the guy had no climbing equipment, and he was wearing a parka and ski pants. He walked up to the guy, and when the guy turned around, he said he had no face. It was just blank. He freaked out, and ended up trying to get off the mountain too fast, which is why he’d fallen. He said he could hear the guy all night, climbing down the mountain and letting out these horrible muffled screams. That story bothered the hell out of me. I’m glad I wasn’t there to hear it.

~

One of the scariest things I’ve ever had happen to me involved the search for a young woman who’d gotten separated from her hiking group. We were out until late at night, because the dogs had picked up her scent. When we found her, she was curled up under a large rotted log. She was missing her shoes and pack, and she was clearly in shock. She didn’t have any injuries, and we were able to get her to walk with us back to base ops.

Along the way, she kept looking behind us and asking us why 'that big man with black eyes’ was following us. We couldn’t see anyone, so we just wrote it off as some weird symptom of shock. But the closer we got to base, the more agitated this woman got. She kept asking me to tell him to stop 'making faces’ at her. At one point she stopped and turned around and started yelling into the forest, saying that she wanted him to leave her alone. She wasn’t going to go with him, she said, and she wouldn’t give us to him.

We finally got her to keep moving, but we started hearing these weird noises coming from all around us. It was almost like coughing, but more rhythmic and deeper. It was almost insect-like, I don’t really know how else to describe it. When we were within site of base ops, the woman turns to me, and her eyes are about as wide as I can imagine a human could open them. She touches my shoulder and says 'He says to tell you to speed up. He doesn’t like looking at the scar on your neck.’

I have a very small scar on the base of my neck, but it’s mostly hidden under my collar, and I have no idea how this woman saw it. Right after she says it, I hear that weird coughing right in my ear, and I just about jumped out of my skin. I hustled her to ops, trying not to show how freaked out I was, but I have to say I was really happy when we left the area that night.

~

This is the last one I’ll tell, and it’s probably the weirdest story I have. Now, I don’t know if this is true in every SAR unit, but in mine, it’s sort of an unspoken, regular thing we run into. You can try asking about it with other SAR officers, but even if they know what you’re talking about, they probably won’t say anything about it. We’ve been told not to talk about it by our superiors, and at this point we’ve all gotten so used to it that it doesn’t even seem weird anymore.

On just about every case where we’re really far into the wilderness, I’m talking 30 or 40 miles, at some point we’ll find a staircase in the middle of the woods. It’s almost like if you took the stairs in your house, cut them out, and put them in the forest. I asked about it the first time I saw some, and the other officer just told me not to worry about it, that it was normal. Everyone I asked said the same thing. I wanted to go check them out, but I was told, very emphatically, that I should never go near any of them. I just sort of ignore them now when I run into them because it happens so frequently.

Part 2: 

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anonymous asked:

Have you heard from Saeyoung at all? ...Do you know if he's okay? >.<;

He and Cletus are now happily married off the coast of Spain.

4

Isak: Yo

Magnus: sup have you seen the ww finale or? ohmyyygood!!!!

Isak: havent gotten to see it yet

Magnus: saw it just now fucking awesome

Isak: awesome

Magnus: talked with Even?

Isak: No. Thought maybe to call him

Magnus: Do it

Isak: But how do you think he is, do you think he’s manic?

Magnus: I dont know. Have you heard from him?

Isak: No

Magnus: He’s probably down

Isak: That he’s depressed?

Magnus: Yes probably, but I dont know

Isak: How long will it last?

Magnus: I dont know

Isak: But how long does it last with your mom?

Magnus: It depends, these things are different from person to person. It depends if he’s taking medication etc.

Isak: But do you think he’s home?

Magnus: seriously Isak, how should i know if Even is home?

Isak: yes but is he hospitalized, i dont know if one is hospitalized or something. 

Magnus: My mother usually doesnt get hospitalized, he’s probably home with his family.

Isak: ok

Magnus: just talk to him man, he’ll be happy to hear from you

Isak: ok

Magnus: Just one thing, when you talk to him, important that you DON’T use the word that starts with p, that p-sound is a trigger for bipolars

Isak: ???

Magnus: I’m kidding! Cill!! Just be your self man. Qoute Henrik Ibsen (a well known norwegian author)

Isak: Henrik Ibsen never said that

Magnus: whatever, message me when you have talked to him. Qoute Henrik Wergeland (another norwegian author)

Isak: Haha. Ok. Thx.