justmyflawedlogic:

hamacidal:

ultrafunnypictures:

You can read up to 500 words per minute

THIS MADE ME CRY WHAT THE FUCK

I have an android app that does this and let me tell you, reading slashfic at 700wpm is a near-spiritual experience.

justmyflawedlogic:

hamacidal:

ultrafunnypictures:

You can read up to 500 words per minute

THIS MADE ME CRY WHAT THE FUCK

I have an android app that does this and let me tell you, reading slashfic at 700wpm is a near-spiritual experience.

all-they-told-me:

bulllymia:

animentary:

hellomrtoshy:

castleforeverx:

YES.YES.YES. People need to realise this 

Hell Yes! 

I feel like this needs to be shared with a ton of people.

Sorry for the color but i love this.

SO FUCKING IMPORTANT

gentlemenbelike:

dearfawndoe:

Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard on the set of Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
for S.


http://gentlemenbelike.tumblr.com

gentlemenbelike:

dearfawndoe:

Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard on the set of Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

for S.

http://gentlemenbelike.tumblr.com

"privileged kids go to counseling, poor kids go to jail."
judge mathis, speaking the truth (via spring1999)
k00binit:

lickystickypickyshe:


A woman is suing a Chicago-area sperm bank after she became pregnant with sperm donated by a black man instead of a white man as she and her partner had intended.


Jennifer Cramblett is seeking damages, saying she wants to ensure the sperm bank doesn’t make a similar mistake again.


Cramblett, 36, fell pregnant within days of her wedding to Amanda Zinkon in 2011. In April 2012, five months into her pregnancy, Cramblett called Midwest Sperm Bank LLC outside Chicago to reserve sperm from the same donor in the hope that Zinkon, 29, would someday also have a child.


That’s when Cramblett received some disturbing news, says a lawsuit filed Monday against Midwest Sperm Bank in Cook County, Illinois: She learned from a sperm bank employee that she had been inseminated with sperm from the wrong donor.


Cramblett said they had chosen sperm from a man known as No. 380, a white donor. The sperm used for insemination came from No. 330, a black donor, she said.


"How could they make a mistake that was so personal?" Cramblett said during a telephone interview on Wednesday.
According to the lawsuit, her excitement about the pending birth was replaced with “anger, disappointment and fear.”
"They took a personal choice, a personal decision and took it on themselves to make that choice for us out of pure negligence," Cramblett said.
Telephone messages left Wednesday at Midwest Sperm Bank were not returned. It is unclear who its attorney is.
Cramblett said she and Zinkon love their 2-year-old daughter, Payton, very much and wouldn’t change anything about her. But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.
But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.
But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.
But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.
But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.
But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.
[and by suing over the mistake because of this reason they keep the racist dream alive. I can understand if you want to press legal charges over the mistake, because you might want to prevent future mistakes at institutions like these to handle their procedures better, but if you are concerned about raising your mixed child in a white community then you are clearly living in a highly dubious community. And this from a same sex couple who I bet must know a thing or two about prejudice. -insert by me]



"I’m not racist", they say. "I’m gay and a minority so I can’t discriminate against other minorities," they say.

k00binit:

lickystickypickyshe:

A woman is suing a Chicago-area sperm bank after she became pregnant with sperm donated by a black man instead of a white man as she and her partner had intended.

Jennifer Cramblett is seeking damages, saying she wants to ensure the sperm bank doesn’t make a similar mistake again.

Cramblett, 36, fell pregnant within days of her wedding to Amanda Zinkon in 2011. In April 2012, five months into her pregnancy, Cramblett called Midwest Sperm Bank LLC outside Chicago to reserve sperm from the same donor in the hope that Zinkon, 29, would someday also have a child.

That’s when Cramblett received some disturbing news, says a lawsuit filed Monday against Midwest Sperm Bank in Cook County, Illinois: She learned from a sperm bank employee that she had been inseminated with sperm from the wrong donor.

Cramblett said they had chosen sperm from a man known as No. 380, a white donor. The sperm used for insemination came from No. 330, a black donor, she said.

"How could they make a mistake that was so personal?" Cramblett said during a telephone interview on Wednesday.

According to the lawsuit, her excitement about the pending birth was replaced with “anger, disappointment and fear.”

"They took a personal choice, a personal decision and took it on themselves to make that choice for us out of pure negligence," Cramblett said.

Telephone messages left Wednesday at Midwest Sperm Bank were not returned. It is unclear who its attorney is.

Cramblett said she and Zinkon love their 2-year-old daughter, Payton, very much and wouldn’t change anything about her. But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.

But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.

But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.

But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.

But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.

But they are concerned about raising her in the predominantly white community where they live.

[and by suing over the mistake because of this reason they keep the racist dream alive. I can understand if you want to press legal charges over the mistake, because you might want to prevent future mistakes at institutions like these to handle their procedures better, but if you are concerned about raising your mixed child in a white community then you are clearly living in a highly dubious community. And this from a same sex couple who I bet must know a thing or two about prejudice. -insert by me]

"I’m not racist", they say. "I’m gay and a minority so I can’t discriminate against other minorities," they say.