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Oct 3

Here’s a sure-fire way to know that you hate women: when an incident of intimate partner violence in which a man knocks a woman unconscious gains national attention and every question or comment you think to make has to do with her behavior, you really hate women. Like, despise.

There is no other explanation. There is no “I need all the facts.” There is no excuse. You hate women. Own it.

Now, you probably don’t believe you hate women. You probably honestly think you’re being an objective observer whose only interest is the truth. You are delusional.

We have this problem in our discourse around the most important challenges we face where we feel we have to be “fair to both sides.” But sometimes, one of those sides is subjugation and oppression. If you’re OK with legitimizing that side in the interest of “fairness,” you’re essentially saying you’re OK with oppression as a part of the human condition. That’s some hateful shit.

Mychal Denzel Smith, "How to know that you hate women" (via thepeoplesrecord)

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rafaelafranzen:

Easy one pot wonders with many dishes inspired by the easy recipes of no-more-ramen. I’m fairly proud of my self-taught cooking skills with a little help from the internet and lots of trial and error. 
Protips: 
Don’t be afraid if you don’t have the specific herbs/veg a recipe calls for, many can be omitted or subbed with generic storebought mixed-herbs or other veg you have on hand. No more buying a multitude of little spice bottles that hardly ever see any use!
Make enough for an additional meal(s) the next day to heat up in the microwave. 2 (or more) meals for the effort of 1 cooking session!
Links to the recipes below for anyone who wants to try these out! 

 Clockwise from top left:
Cauliflower and Sausage pasta in cream of mushroom sauce
Sauce made with Campbells condensed mushroom soup, loosely based on this recipe. Substituted chicken with smoked bratwurst sliced into chunks and used cauliflower and mushroom as the veg mixture. Subbed all herbs with a generous sprinkle of bottled mixed herbs.

Egg fried rice w/ lup cheong (chinese sausage), broccoli and sprouts
Followed this recipe’s cooking method. Fry up any additional veg and meat in the oil to soften before adding rice to the pan.

Rice noodle soup with pork, tofu, egg and veg
From this recipe reblogged on no-more-ramen.
Put a little bit of oil in the saucepan and brown cubed pork on all sides, drop in cut tomatoes and cook until slightly soft before topping up with water and following the rest of the recipe. Veg can go in before noodles depending on how long it takes to cook and tofu can be added in right at the end.

Alton Brown’s stovetop mac and cheese w/ chicken and spring onion
Recipe here. 
I’ve found that a little more than half the amount of cheese works as well if you’re not too fussy with a creamy vs cheesy flavor. Shredded chicken breast meat pulled from storebought rotisserie chicken (mix in together with cheese). Top generously with spring onion to cut down on the heaviness of the evaporated milk. Cooked snap-freeze carrots and peas along with the pasta in how water for veg. Still tasted delish even though I omitted both dried mustard and hot sauce.
Rice cooker tomato-corn-peas rice with storebought roast chicken thighs
Easy and very tasty recipe with minimal cleanup. I used 1.5 cups rice, 1 can diced tomato w/ roasted garlic (with liquid), 1 can sweet corn (add only half of the brine for the salt & corn taste), a handful of snap frozen peas and added a bit of water after eyeballing. Crack some black pepper on top of it all and stir it up thoroughly, place into rice cooker on white rice setting. (made 4 generous servings)
Note that the amount of liquid only affects how soft/firm your rice will turn out in the end so it’s okay to eyeball it. It is rather hard to estimate liquid content since much of the veg will float, making it hard to measure precisely. 
Pasta bolognaise with bell pepper and mushroom
Recipe here 
Omitted celery, parsley and basil, added bell pepper slices and mushroom. 

rafaelafranzen:

Easy one pot wonders with many dishes inspired by the easy recipes of no-more-ramen. I’m fairly proud of my self-taught cooking skills with a little help from the internet and lots of trial and error.

Protips:

  • Don’t be afraid if you don’t have the specific herbs/veg a recipe calls for, many can be omitted or subbed with generic storebought mixed-herbs or other veg you have on hand. No more buying a multitude of little spice bottles that hardly ever see any use!
  • Make enough for an additional meal(s) the next day to heat up in the microwave. 2 (or more) meals for the effort of 1 cooking session!

Links to the recipes below for anyone who wants to try these out! 

Clockwise from top left:

Cauliflower and Sausage pasta in cream of mushroom sauce

Sauce made with Campbells condensed mushroom soup, loosely based on this recipe. Substituted chicken with smoked bratwurst sliced into chunks and used cauliflower and mushroom as the veg mixture. Subbed all herbs with a generous sprinkle of bottled mixed herbs.

Egg fried rice w/ lup cheong (chinese sausage), broccoli and sprouts

Followed this recipe’s cooking method. Fry up any additional veg and meat in the oil to soften before adding rice to the pan.

Rice noodle soup with pork, tofu, egg and veg

From this recipe reblogged on no-more-ramen.

Put a little bit of oil in the saucepan and brown cubed pork on all sides, drop in cut tomatoes and cook until slightly soft before topping up with water and following the rest of the recipe. Veg can go in before noodles depending on how long it takes to cook and tofu can be added in right at the end.

Alton Brown’s stovetop mac and cheese w/ chicken and spring onion

Recipe here. 

I’ve found that a little more than half the amount of cheese works as well if you’re not too fussy with a creamy vs cheesy flavor. Shredded chicken breast meat pulled from storebought rotisserie chicken (mix in together with cheese). Top generously with spring onion to cut down on the heaviness of the evaporated milk. Cooked snap-freeze carrots and peas along with the pasta in how water for veg. Still tasted delish even though I omitted both dried mustard and hot sauce.

Rice cooker tomato-corn-peas rice with storebought roast chicken thighs

Easy and very tasty recipe with minimal cleanup. I used 1.5 cups rice, 1 can diced tomato w/ roasted garlic (with liquid), 1 can sweet corn (add only half of the brine for the salt & corn taste), a handful of snap frozen peas and added a bit of water after eyeballing. Crack some black pepper on top of it all and stir it up thoroughly, place into rice cooker on white rice setting. (made 4 generous servings)

Note that the amount of liquid only affects how soft/firm your rice will turn out in the end so it’s okay to eyeball it. It is rather hard to estimate liquid content since much of the veg will float, making it hard to measure precisely.

Pasta bolognaise with bell pepper and mushroom

Recipe here 

Omitted celery, parsley and basil, added bell pepper slices and mushroom. 

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Oct 2
afro-dominicano:

beep boop

afro-dominicano:

beep boop

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lensblr-network:

Subdivision Divided in Two, Sun City, AZ 2004
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Subdivision Divided in Two, Sun City, AZ 2004

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tvhousehusband:

Roseanne: Queen of Halloween.

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Sep 29

loveandddrevenge:

sagexhaley:

Pop punk bands saying “friends”

It’s not even a word now

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phonetap:

oshunoxtra:

take a look at this snout

you replogged this so many times and i never watched and. watch this video

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Sep 28

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mooseham:

Hey guys im doing another giveaway as so many of you have requested it!

Please visit my shop GUNGETHREADS to browse my other items!

What you can win!!

  • Winner will receive any one of the tops in my store in any size they like, a set of Weirdo pixel stickers, one pixel patch of your choice and a once use 20% off voucher for the entirety of my shop!

  • 1st Runner up will receive a set of weirdo pixel stickers, one pixel patch of your choice and a 1 use 10% off voucher for the whole shop!

  • 2nd Runner up will receive a set of Weirdo pixel stickers and a 1 use 10% off voucher for the whole shop!

RULES

  • Must be following Mooseham, and Gungethreads tumblr. (plz :D)
  • REBLOG ONLY Likes don’t count and wont enter you into the giveaway. (this helps spread the word of my shop and help me keep financially stable!!)
  • Open to international People (ill post anywhere).
  • The giveaway ends October 27th Ill pick and message the winners on that day, make sure your ask box is open!!

Good luck and please check out my store as there’s loads more items on here than pictured! :D Inc bags, jewelry and toys. 


fraek:

do you ever look at yourself and think ‘aw cute’ but then walk two feet into a different lighting and think ‘omg nvm’

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Sep 27
sugarpoppins:

monicalewinsky1996:

Just me and some pals flaunting our perfect bods

i just love you.

sugarpoppins:

monicalewinsky1996:

Just me and some pals flaunting our perfect bods

i just love you.

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