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lonesome--street  asked:

Blur north america are just two fangirls that don't even care about the music, they just want to tell the world how perfect damon albarn is with a lot of #hashtags. They block anyone who desagree with them


honestly it really bugs me that they call themselves blurnorthamerica bc they couldnt care less about blur they only care about damon. what you said is absolutely right, they don’t care about the music. anyways…they are the worst

ok but at what point did Qui-Gon realize he’d said “The Queen doesn’t need to know” to the actual Queen.

at what point in the battle planning did Padme very deadpan say to him, “the council doesn’t need to know?” or something like that

at what point did Qui-Gon realize that under no circumstances should Obi-Wan and Padme be allowed to become friends because they will sass him to death

at what point did the young Queen realize she and Qui-Gon were saltmates


Celebrity campaign for Somalia has raised almost $2 million to relieve famine

  • A viral aid campaign led by actor Ben Stiller, Colin Kaepernick and others has raised nearly $2 million for famine-stricken Somalia in just five days.
  • The movement began after French social media celebrity Jérôme Jarre, concerned about a lack of media coverage surrounding the famine Somalia is currently experiencing, put out a call to action to his followers.
  • After figuring out that there is only one airline currently making commercial flights to Somalia — Turkish Airlines — Jarre set a seemingly impossible goal: What if, using the hashtag #TurkishAirlinesHelpSomalia, his fans could get the company to respond?
  • Soon Stiller and other social media influencers joined in, posting short videos on their respective platforms appealing to the airline to let the initiative use one of their cargo planes to deliver supplies.
  • To their surprise, the airline didn’t just accept — it offered to make multiple trips. Read more (3/21/17 11:40 AM)

America, you failed.

You failed your history, your people, your reputation.

You failed your women, the daughters of those who bled and fought for their right to voice their opinion, who have now been stripped of the right to make choices about their own bodies. You elected a man who has bragged about sexually assaulting women because of his fame. You elected a predator and gave him the most powerful position in the world.

You failed your POC, who much now continue to fear violence in their day to day activities. How many more hashtags must we witness under a president who continues to deny that they’re not just “lazy”?

You failed your Latinx, who probably care more about the USA than you - their home that used to provide hope, now provides a constant fear that they will be snatched out of it without saying goodbye.

You failed your poor, who will be strangled to death and starved by the luxurious treatment that will be provided to the 1% elite, paid for by what used to cover welfare.

You failed your ill, with a promise that healthcare would no longer be given to those who need it. People will die on your watch, so be prepared to look it straight in the face.

You failed your Muslims, and told them they are nothing but dirty terrorists who are not, nor will be, welcome on the soil that your ancestors stole. Soil where a country was founded on religious freedom now has a leader who shuns one of the world’s largest out of misplaced fear.

You failed your LGBTQIA+, whose identities and choices and LIVES no longer seem to mean anything. A movement and civil rights argument that has worked so hard to progress passed the starting line has now been pushed back all the way to the beginning. You spit in their face and told them too bad.

You failed all of us.

America, you failed. Not just yourself, but the world. More than you can ever imagine.


Steven Universe has given us so much. So many laughs, tears, and life lessons that we carry to this day. That’s why I believe it’s time to give back.

On November 4th 2016, the 3 year anniversary of the premiere of Steven Universe, let’s show the Crewniverse and the world how much love we have to give.

Using the hashtag #LoveLikeYou2016, tell us how SU has changed your life for the better.

Tag your favorite member(s) of the Crewniverse, and show them your fanart, song covers, cosplays, videos – show them how much of a difference they’ve made, how happy they’ve made us, and how many friendships have formed because of this show!

But don’t stop there: Tag your favorite mutuals and followers on tumblr, twitter, facebook – you name it.

Spread the word, and spread the love!

💖 #LoveLikeYou2016 🌟

This is a long shot but here goes; this little girl is only 15 and is having the battle of her life, she has leukemia, the doctors reckon she has an autoimmune disease and her liver and kidneys are failing as well, her dream in life was too meet little mix. She and her family realize that they’re very very busy and understand that this goal might not be realistic but a message would mean the world, if ANYONE has any contacts or a few followers on here or twitter or instagram can you please retweet, reblog or repost this with the hashtag and try get it too them, this would mean the world too this little girl and her family, any help is appreciated ❤

I don’t get how people feel worse than yesterday like here are the facts:

-there is a widespread leak of a ridiculous and low-budget episode
-tptb have brought as much attention as possible to this fact (I mean fucking hashtags????) and have not had the episode taken down
-the episode we get tomorrow is supposed to be an amazing, groundbreaking reveal, and they would not go out of their way to spoil half the damn world if this version were real


It’s time to make the INvisible VISIBLE by proudly and publicly talking about our experiences as invisibly disabled people.

Despite popular belief and community infrastructures,  #InvisiblyDisabledPplExist. This ignorance and reduced community recognition and assistance can cause us lots of unnecessary difficulty, pain, and even death. 

This means it’s time to start a movement to end the ignorance about what it “means” to be disabled.

Please use the hashtag #InvisiblyDisabledPplExist to not only make signs over disabled seating and other areas, as mentioned in tweet 4 above. 

We must also talk about our many many stories of being invisibly disabled in a world where the public doesn’t recognize our existence (like mine).

Please Tweet & Boost!!!


People on Twitter are going in on Matt Damon with the #ThankYouMattDamon hashtag for his self conception as a white savior

“We have to stop perpetuating the racist myth that only a white man can save the world. It’s not an actual fact,” Constance Wu wrote in a tweet criticizing the film back in July. “It’s not about blaming individuals. Rather, it’s about pointing out the repeatedly implied racist notion that white people are superior to POC and that POC need salvation from our own color via white strength. When you consistently make movies like this, you ARE saying that. YOU ARE.”


OK everybody. We’re seeing increasingly positive response from Netflix and Hulu but large parts of us seem to be asleep on the other, equally as critical part of this campaign:


On my phone call with a Netflix phone answerer earlier today she said the main problem with Netflix getting GMW is the fact that Disney owns it. So let’s keep using the full power of the fandom but start gearing a portion of it towards wresting this beautiful show away from the Disney douchebags.

Here’s how we’re going to hit them on all fronts:

Tweet @DisneyChannel, @DisneyChannelPR, and @Nbalgemino using the hashtag #DisneyGiveUpGMW. Nicole Balgemino is the Disney Channel publicist in charge of GMW, so if we could get her into this I think that would help.

On Instagram tag @DisneyChannel and @DisneyChannelPR with the hashtag #DisneyGiveUpGMW, and comment #DisneyGiveUpGMW in the comments section of their posts.

I don’t think Disney Channel has an official email, but you can email Nicole Balgemino at

Tell her why GMW is so important to you, and how much it would mean if they would let it continue on another network, say you’ll keep watching their shows live if they let it go. But above all, make sure you’re polite and respectful.

If you feel like it you can write them a letter, address it to

500 S Buena Vista St
Burbank, CA 91505

BUT, some tumblr bloggers may or may not be trying to set up a postcard thing where a whole bunch of people send postcards within 1-3 days, so bear that in mind if you take this route.

You can call Disney Channel at 1 (818) 460-7477, asking them to please give up the rights to GMW.

Finally - I saved easiest for last - you can sign this petition: asking Disney to give up the rights to GMW. It has way less signatures than the other petition, but it’s just as important. Sign it once, twice, hell sign it 20 times just spread it around.

We’re doing so great with Netflix and Hulu everybody, but we seem to be geared more towards Netflix and I cannot stress this enough: NETFLIX CAN’T BUY IF DISNEY CHANNEL WON’T SELL.

This all being said, we are all doing SO GREAT. I don’t know if you guys saw the phone call that’s been going around, but our messaging has reached Netflix’s internal department. Have hope you guys. We are a powerful, passionate fandom and what with MJ and Co’s recent tweet… 

Keep going you guys!!!

Contact Netflix.

Contact Hulu.

Contact Disney Channel.

And do. not. give. up.


Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPmagic

Weekend Hashtag Project is a series featuring designated themes and hashtags chosen by Instagram’s Community Team. For a chance to be featured on the Instagram blog, follow @instagram and look for a post every week announcing the latest project.

The goal this weekend is to bring magic to everyday life with surreal and imaginative photos and videos. Here’s how to get started:

PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPmagic hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.