Circle Aleph
Brokeback Seat Mountain (Taken with Instagram)

Brokeback Seat Mountain (Taken with Instagram)

Judah and Emmett will share the bed, but it doesn’t mean they’re happy about it. (Taken with Instagram)

Judah and Emmett will share the bed, but it doesn’t mean they’re happy about it. (Taken with Instagram)

Unhappy Aquarium (True Story)
Jon: Hey, remember we all used to play "Happy Aquarium?"
Josh: Honestly? "Happy Aquarium" is synonymous with me sitting alone in my room wondering why my ex-girlfriend disappeared from my life and basically wanting to die.
Jon: ...
Josh: Feeding and training those fucking fish was all I had to live for and when I'd log on and see them hovering listlessly in their algae encrusted aquarium; their eyelids heavy with malaise... I knew just how they felt.
Jon: ...
Josh: And when I fed them and cleaned there cage it was like I had almost done something worthy of redemption. I could give them the kind of hope of which I, myself, was incapable of at that time. Even now, if I were to hear the theme that played in their deep despair - the sound of a keyboard being caressed by someone with no hope of reprieve from a death sentence, I can feel a tightness in my gut that drains the blood from my face and the joy from my heart.
Jon: Right...
Josh: And if I recall, you were reeling from your ex Miss Misery at that time too.
Jon: Was I?
Josh: You Goddamn know you were... Oh man... And now I opened it for the first time in a year... Oh, here we go... There's the song. Just look at these sad listless fuckers. What are the names of the fish in TANK 1?
Jon: ...
Josh: "I Cut Myself," "Shame Spiral," "I'm Going to Gill Myself," "Mr. Fucking Hopeless," "Waiting for the Reaper," "Floundering at Life," and "I'm in Hellyfish." Oh and let's not forget my nearly dead hermit crab "Crippling Loneliness."
Jon: I loved that hermit crab...
Josh: So yeah. I do remember "Happy Aquarium." But God, I wish I could forget.
Jon: Yeah man. I remember it too. I just fed my fish and bought an eel. I've apparently named it "Topher."
Using Philadelphia as an example, this graphic compares the cost, both financial and societal, of education and incarceration. Designed by Jason Killinger for Maskar Design.

Using Philadelphia as an example, this graphic compares the cost, both financial and societal, of education and incarceration. Designed by Jason Killinger for Maskar Design.

socialrupture:

Anarchists attack police station in solidarity with St. Louis anarchists — Olympia, WA
Communique:
“Dearest St. Louis rebels,
Hearing of the recent beatings and torture you endured while refusing the compliance your captors demanded is both beautiful and terrifying. More than anything, the image of repulsive swine punching in your face, holding a knives to your throats, choking you, and generally having a field day with your bodies derives an engulfing inferno of rage and malice; our mouths water for revenge.
Last night a police station was attacked to both lift your spirits and aid the healing of the trauma that was likely inflicted on you while in their clutches. This was also done in effort to encourage other devious plots in your honor.
May the coming week (and beyond) be filled with calculated, vindictive, and well executed revenge.”
http://anarchistnews.org/content/olympia-police-station-attacked-solidarity-st-louis-m24-arrestees

socialrupture:

Anarchists attack police station in solidarity with St. Louis anarchists — Olympia, WA

Communique:

“Dearest St. Louis rebels,

Hearing of the recent beatings and torture you endured while refusing the compliance your captors demanded is both beautiful and terrifying. More than anything, the image of repulsive swine punching in your face, holding a knives to your throats, choking you, and generally having a field day with your bodies derives an engulfing inferno of rage and malice; our mouths water for revenge.

Last night a police station was attacked to both lift your spirits and aid the healing of the trauma that was likely inflicted on you while in their clutches. This was also done in effort to encourage other devious plots in your honor.

May the coming week (and beyond) be filled with calculated, vindictive, and well executed revenge.”

http://anarchistnews.org/content/olympia-police-station-attacked-solidarity-st-louis-m24-arrestees

Can I live here, please?

This is funny, smart and kind of terrifyingly familiar all at the same time.

Yeah, this is pretty much how my brain works.
ilovecharts:

-christina-n-weber 

Yeah, this is pretty much how my brain works.

ilovecharts:

-christina-n-weber 

They were restoring the mission the whole time I lived in Tucson (2005-2008). It’s so nice to see it finally back to its former glory!
johnrobertmiller:

The San Xavier Mission’s West tower restoration process is finally completed and it shows a gleaming white exterior that mirrors how the church must have looked when it was built in 1797. This painstaking restoration took about five years to complete. Techie note: This was shot at dusk on a Canon 40D on a tripod. 

They were restoring the mission the whole time I lived in Tucson (2005-2008). It’s so nice to see it finally back to its former glory!

johnrobertmiller:

The San Xavier Mission’s West tower restoration process is finally completed and it shows a gleaming white exterior that mirrors how the church must have looked when it was built in 1797. This painstaking restoration took about five years to complete. Techie note: This was shot at dusk on a Canon 40D on a tripod. 

<3 the EF!J

shuashbuckler:

Profiles Of Provocateurs By: Kristian Williams

Published in ‘Earth First! The Journal of Ecological Resistance’

September/October 2011

As a puppy!!!! OMG!

fuckyeahpitbullterriers:

Henry, 08/14/2011

Pup of the day!
krystlelee:

Someone’s super cuddly tonight! :D

Pup of the day!

krystlelee:

Someone’s super cuddly tonight! :D

animal-liberation-front:

received anonymously:

“Update: The piglet that we rescued on a previous occasion never recovered from his sordid state and sadly passed away in the loving arms of vets and carers. The fact that he died in a loving environment and not a cold, dirty and loveless floor made it all worth it. R.I.P little fella.
His death was not in vain and we are now going to make sure justice is served! We returned to the farm and liberated another 5 piglets, 2 of which were in the same litter as the little guy that didn’t make it. We from now on will be waging war on this farm and our actions will become more and more intense as time goes on.
We will be back!

- Animal Liberation Front”