i have glasses now. but only for sometimes, when i need to see far away things.
September 18th, 2014
i put the :// in http://
The difference between bisexuality and pansexuality: a powerpoint guide.
… but….why put the my little ponies in there…….
1. Because they match the color scheme of the pride flags
2. I like ponies.
3. It reenforces the light and cheerful tone of the overall powerpoint.
This is probably one of the best and least offensive/erasing guides out there and people are complaining about the ponies.
This is important
September 17th, 2014
It’s hard to enumerate all the ways in which the Deaf West’s “Awakening” is so very, very good.
Friends in their teens and 20’s— do you donate money to charity? What charities? And how (online, yearly pledges, etc)? I’m working on a project, and I’d love to hear your thoughts about our generation’s culture of giving.
question mark for answers?
I’ve given out some loans on Kiva.org, during the Project for Awesome I donate to the Foundation to Decrease World Suck which in turn donates to various charities, and I’ve done one-time donations to a few organizations like the Red Cross or Doctors Without Borders/MSF during times of publicized crises. (I’ve also given to some kickstarters and other non-profits (like Office of Letters and Light) but I don’t know what exactly counts as charity…) Basically, the pattern in my giving is I am very influenced by online campaigns and social media—PFA is run by YouTubers I follow, I found out about Kiva through them, if there’s a natural disaster or something people are talking about a lot on social media then I’m likely to donate to organizations involved in the clean-up effort. It’s maybe not the most impressive answer but that’s the reality of it for I think a lot of people in my age group.
I’m not sure how it affects giving as a whole, but I think the internet makes giving really easy. The other night Wikipedia was giving me a banner asking for money, as it often does, and I thought to myself, “What the hell—I can give Wikipedia five bucks or something, I’m on here enough” and I used Amazon Payments, which already has my info saved, so it literally took me like two clicks to do this. I’m definitely more likely to donate when it’s that convenient.
Hozier (singer of “Take Me To Church”) covering Arctic Monkeys’ “Do I Wanna Know”
VoicePlay does a medley of their top 10 favorite Broadway songs, a cappella.
If anyone has a Nexus 5, how do you like it?
September 16th, 2014
ahappycow replied to your post:I am so jealous of everyone who is getting to see…
one of those friends kate jubilantics is talking about is ME hee hee heeee (the other is june whom you met at cow’s end)
hooray awesome people seeing awesome shows
(i hate you all)
I am so jealous of everyone who is getting to see Deaf West’s Spring Awakening. SO JEALOUS.