I’m trying to add some bird pokemon villagers…
Day 5. The Backstroke
The Legend of Zelda: Four Games Nobody Cares About
The Legend of Zelda: The One Before Majora’s Mask
The Legend of Zelda: MAJORA’S MASK!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Legend of Zelda: These Two Had Some Majora’s Mask Characters
The Legend of Zelda: Vaati??? But What About Majora???
THIS POST IS FUCKING ME UP
These are my brothers. They’re incredibly smart, funny, kind kids. They’re both in the gifted program at their school. They get good grades. I love them with all my heart. The older one is out and proud about being gay. He doesn’t get bullied very much, but I worry about him. The younger one suffers from mild tourrettes syndrome. He’s really picked on at school because he’s small, and very quiet, and not good at controlling his emotions due to the tourettes.
But my family is struggling. There’s not going to be a Christmas this year for these kids. I can only afford small gifts for everyone this year, I’m unemployed. Usually I go all out on Christmas because I know my parents are poor, but I’m unable to this year.
But I know tumblr is good at raising money. I’d like to do something really special for these boys. I would like to get them each a 3DS and a copy of each of the new Pokemon games. They deserve the world, but maybe, just maybe, I can give them this.
I started a GoFundMe campaign. I’d like to raise $500 for two 3DS’s and the Pokemon games. Any leftover funds will go toward candy and small things for the boys. Please, please, I really want these kids to be able to go to school and not have to tell their friends that their family was too poor to afford gifts this year. They’re picked on and teased enough, and I worry about them so much. I’m not able to be there for them all the time because I had a falling out with their father (my stepfather) and he doesn’t like me to be too involved in their lives.
So please, donate, or signal boost for me. Every dollar helps. There are two weeks til Christmas, and I’d like to be able to do something big for these kids.
Here’s the link again:
Thank you all very very much.
i am kind of sad ok
this cat’s name is Princess Monster Truck
Phew! Here it is folks, cobbled together from two weeks worth of free time. I don’t really know what to say, so I’ll just hope it’s as fun to read and look thru as it was to make.
by paul reinwand, me
Saw this posted on my facebook this morning and just had to share. It continually amazes me how many people here on tumblr and elsewhere in the world continue to think the answer to racism is more racism…or that racism against white people is somehow “justified” or “doesn’t count as racism.”
Not only do white people think you’re full of shit, but so do your fellow POC.
Watch the video it is really good.
Awwww that was cute. I’ve seen my mum take so much shit like from my brothers dad’s ex and my dad’s sister calling her a white bitch and shit like that and chatting about her “stealing black men” as well the other way about her being with black men and having mixed raced children and either way it’s so uncalled for. She’s always taught me not to let any shit like that get to me like she didn’t let it get to her so if I do get anything I just brush it off now even though it really upset me when I was younger. It really does aggravate me though when people fight racism with racism because when it’s being thrown both ways I just think you’re always stopping to someone else’s level and not making a point of rising above it.
It’s not even that you’re stooping to their level that annoys me about it. It’s that when you do that, you’re not doing anything to stop the cycle of hate…you’re fueling it. You’re justifying the racists on the other side. Bullying and mistreating someone “from their group” isn’t going to make the white supremacists sit there and say “well I guess this was all my fault for being racist to them in the first place and holding them down, let’s as a group make it up to the black man.” No, it’s going to make them hate black folk even more…
But no, being hateful and resentful and pointing out “it’s not the same ‘cos we’re oppressed!" is more important to them.
This is probably the most touching video I’ve ever watched.
I haven’t cried out of joy for maybe once or twice more in my life. I know humanity has potential, and Marcia Bond—the last woman—expressed it perfectly. This was inspiring for me, thank God for these three people.