I am a fan of many things. I have a strange sense of humour and I am not right in the head all the time. But I do alright for myself!

 

whitesupremacymemes asked
You do realize that it was whites that ended slavery and have invented almost everything, right?

bankuei:

yinx1:

whitepeoplestealingculture:

Black Inventions:

  1. Air conditioning unit

  2. Almanac

  3. Auto cut-off switch

  4. Auto fishing device

  5. Automatic gear shift
  6. Baby buggy (aka stroller)
  7. Bicycle frame
  8. Biscuit cutter
  9. Blood plasma bag
  10. Cellular phone
  11. Chamber commode
  12. Clothes dryer
  13. Curtain rod and curtain rod support
  14. Door knob
  15. Dust pan
  16. Door stop
  17. Egg beater
  18. Electric light bulb
  19. Elevator
  20. Eye protector
  21. Fire escape ladder
  22. Fire extinguisher
  23. Folding bed
  24. Folding chair
  25. Fountain pen
  26. Furniture caster
  27. Gas mask
  28. Golf tee
  29. Guitar
  30. Hair brush
  31. Hand stamp
  32. Horse shoe
  33. Ice cream scooper
  34. Improved sugar making
  35. Insect-destroyer gun
  36. Ironing board
  37. Key chain
  38. Lantern
  39. Lawn mower
  40. Lawn sprinkler
  41. Lemon squeezer
  42. Lock
  43. Lubricating cup
  44. Lunch pail
  45. Mail box
  46. Mop
  47. Motor
  48. Peanut butter
  49. Pencil sharpener
  50. Phone transmitter
  51. Record arm player
  52. Refrigerator
  53. Riding saddles
  54. Rolling pin
  55. Shampoo headrest
  56. Spark plug
  57. Stethoscope
  58. Stove
  59. Straightening comb
  60. Street sweeper
  61. Thermostat control
  62. Traffic light
  63. Tricycle
  64. Typewriter
  65. Jazz (and subgenres)
  66. Hip Hop (and subgenres)
  67. Rock n Roll 
  68. Speech (Africans first to use language)
  69. Writing (before it became more complex in Mesopotamia)
  70. Medicine (Ancient Egypt)
  71. Architecture (Ancient Egypt)
  72. Mathematics (prehistoric)
  73. Mining of minerals
  74. Iron smelting
  75. Religion
  76. Laws
  77. International trade
  78. Philosophy (dates back to before Ancient Egypt was before Ancient Egypt if you know what I mean)
  79. Art (oldest art known is 75,000 years old found in South Africa)

Muslim Inventions:

  1. Hospitals
  2. Surgery
  3. Algebra
  4. Coffee
  5. First to invent a flying machine
  6. University
  7. Optics (eye stuff)
  8. Instruments in music
  9. Toothbrush
  10. Crank connecting rod system
  11. Perfume

Central and South American inventions:

  1. First try at the color television
  2. Ochoaplane, a folding wing airplane
  3. Acceleglove, a glove that can translate sign language into speech
  4. Rocket belt
  5. Air-pressure powered driver for pneumatic ventricular assist device
  6. A method for preforming cable for promoting adhesion to overmolded sensor body for Delphi Technologies Inc
  7. Contraceptive pill
  8. The pen
  9. Discovering mosquitos are cure to yellow fever
  10. One of the world’s earliest submarines
  11. Photographs

Chinese inventions:

  1. Silk fabric
  2. Ink
  3. Irrigation canals
  4. The kite
  5. Poetry
  6. Domestication of rice
  7. Umbrella
  8. Handheld crossbow
  9. Paper
  10. Wheelbarrow
  11. Seismoscope
  12. Abacus
  13. Toilet paper
  14. Porcelain
  15. Gunpowder
  16. Flamethrower
  17. Magnetic compass
  18. Circulation of paper currency (paper money)
  19. Land mines

Sumerian inventions:

  1. First written language
  2. The wheel

Babylonian invention:

  1. Soap

Mesopotamian inventions:

  1. Parasol
  2. Map making
  3. Discovery of alcohol

Middle Eastern inventions (prehistoric):

  1. Food supply
  2. Domestication of the cat and cattle

Judea:

  1. Weaving

Southeast Asian invention (prehistoric):

  1. Domestication of chicken

Syrian invention:

  1. The mirror

Persian inventions:

  1. Ice cream
  2. Windmill
  3. Vertical sails

Indian inventions:

  1. Modern numbering system (also in Arabia)
  2. Chess

Korea

  1. Metal movable type
  2. Ironclad “turtleboat”

Filipino inventions:

  1. Karaoke
  2. Medical incubator
  3. Moon buggy
  4. Erythromycin
  5. Yoyo
  6. Video phone
  7. Computer microchips
  8. Isolated rice breeds
  9. Drug detection
  10. Jeepney (Jeeps)
  11. Patis

Native American inventions:

  1. Maple syrup
  2. Hammock
  3. Lacrosse

Inuit inventions:

  1. Kayak
  2. Parka
  3. Toboggan

Hawaiian invention:

  1. Surfing

Also, whites didn’t end slavery. Abraham Lincoln didn’t care about Black people and slavery until he knew that slavery was a very important economic part of the South, so he threatened to end slavery if they didn’t surrender because then the Confederate states would crumble, which is mostly what happened after they had to surrender. Slavery wasn’t necessary over after the Emancipation Proclamation, either. He only freed the slaves in the South. Sharecropping happened so after, which is basically slavery but only with drowning in debt so the Black families could become dependent on the white folk they’re on the land and work for.

Goodbye honky.

- Jess

For whites that were still throwing their shit in the streets in the early 1900s. YOU OWN NOTHING but the Manifest Destiny BS and Racism.

"White people ended slavery" this is the same logic like "Hitler killed Hitler" are supposed to call y’all heroes?

If I punched you in the face everyday then one day stopped, am I now praiseworthy?  

willnobilis:

patrickat:

swampgallows:

wooliest:

?????

this is the most Acme image i’ve seen in my life

"You said this would be a safe parking spot!"

It is the SAFEST parking spot…see?

willnobilis:

patrickat:

swampgallows:

wooliest:

?????

this is the most Acme image i’ve seen in my life

"You said this would be a safe parking spot!"

It is the SAFEST parking spot…see?

buttercupsandhooks:

One of my favorite things is to go back and rewatch the first meetings of my favorite ships, cuz you get to be like “YEAH THAT’S THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE RIGHT THERE.  YES THAT ONE. THE ONE YOU THINK YOU HATE RIGHT NOW.”

Played 468,405 times

sassyqunari:

shingekinosantatitan:

Can we just take a moment to appreciate Within Temptation’s cover of Radioactive? 

(Source: miyusawa)

eshusplayground:

GET TO KNOW ME MEME | favorite movies: Blade (1998)

"You better wake up. The world you live in is just a sugar-coated topping! There is another world beneath it: the real world. And if you wanna survive it, you better learn to pull the trigger!"

And this movie, dear reader, is why we have comic book adaptations at all.

rneerkat:

detectives have bad posture because they always have a hunch about something

(Source: rneerkat)

fursasaida:

greencarnations:

ineffably-crowley:

sparkafterdark:

glumshoe:

sparkafterdark:

tenaflyviper:

He is, however, perfectly willing to fuck with time and reality.
And also steal your infants.

He didn’t steal anything. She literally asked him to take the baby. Don’t make him the bad guy just because she was a shitty sister.

I think you are severely misinformed as to how baby ownership works.
It was not her baby to give.
David Bowie is unquestionably the villain.

Which do you think existed first, modern custody legislature, or the goblin king? 
The girl was entrusted by her parents with the care and custody of the child. By the laws governing the goblin king and his transactions, the girl was the current rightful owner of the child and made a deal with the king to take the child. Perhaps you’re not familiar with english folklore. Fae have rules, they’re tricksters, they can be sneaky, but they never break the rules.

Slammin’ it down in the Labyrinth fandom tonight, kids.

look it my kitty

…the whole point of the movie is that Sarah is her own villain, for crying out loud. The villains are all inside her, whether they’re her parents or specifically her stepmother or her brother for being inconvenient or Jareth. That’s why it’s a coming of age story. Her quest, her growing up, is about seeing others for who they are—whole, real people, with real reasons for what they do—and not obstacles or nuisances or interruptions. Coming to value the world around her as much as her interior one. (Which does NOT mean giving up her interior world—that’s why it ends with the “should you need us” scene.) Her whole arc with Hoggle is basically a fable-ized version of that exact coming to terms.
Also all of the above stated is true re: Jareth and fairies and rules, of course. But the key with Jareth, as it usually is with fairies, is consent. He can’t do anything she doesn’t agree to, though he can make navigating that consent very tricky. Which is the other half of the above realization, of course—in order to see people as people and not as villains, Sarah has to realize that she has power over herself, her actions, her choices, her perceptions. This moment of her growing that little bit up is a transitional moment, which is why the entire episode is catalyzed by fairies, but fairy tales are very rarely really about the fairies. They’re about the results thereof.
(psst blackhorseandthecherrytree)

fursasaida:

greencarnations:

ineffably-crowley:

sparkafterdark:

glumshoe:

sparkafterdark:

tenaflyviper:

He is, however, perfectly willing to fuck with time and reality.

And also steal your infants.

He didn’t steal anything. She literally asked him to take the baby. Don’t make him the bad guy just because she was a shitty sister.

I think you are severely misinformed as to how baby ownership works.

It was not her baby to give.

David Bowie is unquestionably the villain.

Which do you think existed first, modern custody legislature, or the goblin king? 

The girl was entrusted by her parents with the care and custody of the child. By the laws governing the goblin king and his transactions, the girl was the current rightful owner of the child and made a deal with the king to take the child. Perhaps you’re not familiar with english folklore. Fae have rules, they’re tricksters, they can be sneaky, but they never break the rules.

Slammin’ it down in the Labyrinth fandom tonight, kids.

look it my kitty

…the whole point of the movie is that Sarah is her own villain, for crying out loud. The villains are all inside her, whether they’re her parents or specifically her stepmother or her brother for being inconvenient or Jareth. That’s why it’s a coming of age story. Her quest, her growing up, is about seeing others for who they are—whole, real people, with real reasons for what they do—and not obstacles or nuisances or interruptions. Coming to value the world around her as much as her interior one. (Which does NOT mean giving up her interior world—that’s why it ends with the “should you need us” scene.) Her whole arc with Hoggle is basically a fable-ized version of that exact coming to terms.

Also all of the above stated is true re: Jareth and fairies and rules, of course. But the key with Jareth, as it usually is with fairies, is consent. He can’t do anything she doesn’t agree to, though he can make navigating that consent very tricky. Which is the other half of the above realization, of course—in order to see people as people and not as villains, Sarah has to realize that she has power over herself, her actions, her choices, her perceptions. This moment of her growing that little bit up is a transitional moment, which is why the entire episode is catalyzed by fairies, but fairy tales are very rarely really about the fairies. They’re about the results thereof.

(psst blackhorseandthecherrytree)

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