The Department of Stuff

Homelessness sucks. Psychiatric recovery facilities are not great either. 0/10, would not recommend.

Please do not try to kill yourself. 1) You might die, which may not seem like it sucks at the time, but it prevents a lot of possibilities for cool shit to happen later on, or 2) you might get committed to a psych ward, which is a remarkably boring and lame experience. Also, the ER visit before the psych ward isn’t that great either.

I do not wish any of these things on my friends, and if you are someone who follows me you can count yourself among that number. If you are thinking about doing something drastic, ask for help. There are a surprising number of resources out there if you need psych help but can’t afford it (particularly in Austin). I’m literally homeless (staying in a recovery facility) right now and still have a therapist, a psych, and all my meds. If you don’t know how to find these things, PM me and I can tell you about the resources I’ve come across or try to help you find some that can help you.

I wish I had like infinity hours to spend reading webcomics, because Ian motherfucking McConville did a Paradox Space strip and now I’m suddenly aware that I am LITERALLY TWO YEARS BEHIND on 3 Panel Soul. Yeesh.










That time Peter Parker was trained by Natasha Romanoff. 

It’s a spider thing

It’s a spider thing

Don’t you love how Peter can do it with his calves but Natasha has to use her inner thighs. This whole equality thing is great.

Thighs are stronger than calves, and you can get a tighter grip, as well as have a higher chance of breaking things. Peter was intending to disarm, Natasha was ready to kill. Natasha is a trained assassin, and Peter is a student who works for a newspaper.
Given their backgrounds and experiences, it would be UNequal to have Peter using skills and disarming tactics that Natasha was trained to do so.

So yes, this whole equality thing is great.


This post is brilliant.

also peter has bALLS OK you dont want to SLAM YOUR FUCKING TESTICLES into someons fucking SKULL 

Reblogging for last comment. Laughing for 3257865 years

Several things re: equality -
• Natasha was trained as an assassin. Her moves are designed to kill. He would think twice about doing something he believes might kill because he’s just a kid from Brooklyn, not a hard-ass Russian murder machine.
• Natasha is not a mutant/mutate/super. Spidey is. His muscle is stronger, so it’s reasonable to expect that he could do with his calves what she would use her thighs to do. Seeing a human hero execute the same move as a super just as easily makes that human pretty damn impressive, regardless of gender.
• Dude is spot on about the balls thing. You know why a lot of boxers go for body shots instead of knockout punches? Skulls are HARD.

So they have an online app for Cards Against Humanity called Cards For Humanity… you should play with me and shizz.!/app?game=K9EQ7l


thats my favourite animal

That’s Alot of animal crackers.

So today I’m getting paid to give a shit about stuff. Professional activism! PS: if you’re in downtown Austin and you see people in Planned Parenthood or Southern Poverty Law Center shirts, come say hi (and give us monniiiieeesss)

So everyone knows that the hobbit calendar goes by ‘Shire Reckoning’ time, which is ‘roughly whatever day the hobbits agree it is’, and everyone knows the Bagginses have huge blow out house parties… do you think ‘Shire Reckoning’ lost a day or two each year around Bilbo’s birthday because the whole Shire was hung over?

Did anyone see the Pi in the Sky?


Mae Martin: «No it’s made of vegetables.»


I love the wry little grin at the comment about the short haired vegetables.

Reblog if you believe Marvel isn’t just ‘for boys’.


Okay you guys, I need your help with something. A girl in my class (I am also a girl) told me today that ‘Marvel is for boys.’(She’s 15, like me.) I (obviously) disagree with this, because it shouldn’t be for any specific gender.
So, to prove her wrong, please spread the word and reblog this to prove that Marvel isn’t just for boys.

I’m 25 and I still want to be Natasha when I grow up.