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edromyheart:

Some nights I am just a street-rat. 

I used to sing this as a kid when I was sad (sometimes every now and then) thanks for this @edromyheart

edromyheart:

Children’s cancer center rebrands chemo as JLA “Superformula”

Winning Winning Winning Winning Winning Winning

gamersagainstbigotry:

After having her right to wear a Bioshock Infinite shirt questioned by a random stranger, TechLife journalist Rae Johnston spoiled the ending for him on the spot. Zing.

Take that sexism!

Waiting for a coffee at my local café,  a fellow customer noticed my Bioshock Infinite t-shirt. How did I know he noticed? Because he was glaring at me with what could only be described as haughty disapproval. My curiosity at his reaction was quickly satisfied when he suddenly and venomously accused: “You probably haven’t even played it”.

Despite the overwhelming majority of my colleagues, readers and viewers being completely accepting of my work in the gaming industry, I meet skepticism about my passion for video games on a daily basis. I’m not even going into the abuse I get whilst gaming online. Once people get to know me they quickly learn I am “legit” – but does this happen to my male counterparts? Sometimes, of course, but absolutely not to this extent. Reasons I’ve been given for my “obvious geek fakery” range from having worked as a model, an actor, and having passions outside of gaming or the “geek world” but the most common by far is my physical appearance and ultimately, gender.

Read more - http://raejohnston.com/2013/04/15/no-i-wont-spoil-the-ending-of-bioshock-infinite-for-you/

#ZING

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softjunebreeze:

buzzfeedmusic:

Rock on dude. 

LIKE. A. BAWSE.

Get it bro

softjunebreeze:

buzzfeedmusic:

Rock on dude. 

LIKE. A. BAWSE.

Get it bro

“Of course, you never really forget anyone, but you certainly release them. You stop allowing their history to have any meaning for you today. You let them change their haircut, let them move, let them fall in love again. And when you see this person you have let go, you realize that there is no reason to be sad. The person you knew exists somewhere, but you are separated by too much time to reach them again.”
— chelsea fagan | how we let people go (via thedapperproject)

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Already rockin dis! #booyakasha

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