vienna ditto : his blood will make me whole

  • [8: 14pm] <comTruise>
  • you die fast
  • [8: 14pm] <TomCruise>
  • moon saved me once hes my dayz jesus
  • [8: 14pm] <TomCruise>
  • he cuffed me and put a bag on my head
  • [8: 15pm] <TomCruise>
  • when he took it out i was fully clothed and full of guns
  • [8: 15pm] <TomCruise>
  • then he set me free
  • [8: 15pm] <TomCruise>
  • all feels intenfisied
ianwestcott:

the-eldest-woman-on:

When I moved to my neighborhood I became especially interested in historical redlining and how it must have played out with the family and homes here. 
Philadelphia is a city of neighborhoods, but even more micro than that. It’s a city of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ blocks with no transition zones. It’s absolutely crazy if you think about it, and was quite a smack when I moved here 15 years ago. 
Anyway. A lot of the abandoned decaying tiny two story row homes on the worst blocks are being razed and trendy modern buildings are going up in their place, and the people who live here are so diverse (not without some tensions I hear) and as I walk the dorky hell hound I think a lot about history and the generations that lived in this place, and the population ebbs and flows. If this was a Catholic neighborhood, how did they fit families of 10 into two bedrooms? What useful businesses used to be on the commercial streets that are now nothing but take out Chinese and hair shops? Who were the first people to live in these houses? How many families passed through before they were left to rot? How quickly will the cycles repeat with the new homes being built?
So I wanted to look up to see what this neighborhood was originally designated as. And that’s when I learned that all of center city Philadelphia was redlined, and basically the whole of what I think of as the city was written off.

Redlining

For every racist that tries to make the argument, &#8220;Well then why are ____ neighborhoods always shitty?&#8221; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redlining

ianwestcott:

the-eldest-woman-on:

When I moved to my neighborhood I became especially interested in historical redlining and how it must have played out with the family and homes here. 

Philadelphia is a city of neighborhoods, but even more micro than that. It’s a city of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ blocks with no transition zones. It’s absolutely crazy if you think about it, and was quite a smack when I moved here 15 years ago. 

Anyway. A lot of the abandoned decaying tiny two story row homes on the worst blocks are being razed and trendy modern buildings are going up in their place, and the people who live here are so diverse (not without some tensions I hear) and as I walk the dorky hell hound I think a lot about history and the generations that lived in this place, and the population ebbs and flows. If this was a Catholic neighborhood, how did they fit families of 10 into two bedrooms? What useful businesses used to be on the commercial streets that are now nothing but take out Chinese and hair shops? Who were the first people to live in these houses? How many families passed through before they were left to rot? How quickly will the cycles repeat with the new homes being built?

So I wanted to look up to see what this neighborhood was originally designated as. And that’s when I learned that all of center city Philadelphia was redlined, and basically the whole of what I think of as the city was written off.

Redlining

For every racist that tries to make the argument, “Well then why are ____ neighborhoods always shitty?” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redlining

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[S][8:13pm] lol wtf is this inception shit
[A][8:15pm] hahahaha
[S][8:15pm] being schmao meowkovich

[S][8:13pm] lol wtf is this inception shit

[A][8:15pm] hahahaha

[S][8:15pm] being schmao meowkovich

i think my mom was also replaced by a korean lady
— een
  • [AN] i'm just venting
  • [ON] anyhooters!
  • [AN] raowr
  • [AN] uhhh
  • [AN] speaking of hooters
  • [AN] i totally saw [boss]'s wife's tits last night
  • [AN] she straight up busted them out
  • [AN] she has nice tits
  • [AN] they don't even look real
  • [AN] but i'm not going to judge
  • [ON] maybe they're implants?
  • [ON] she is hot
  • [AN] yeah
  • [AN] oh dude
  • [AN] also
  • [AN] she apparnetly runs a coven
  • [ON] wat
  • [AN] she has been a practicing witch for 10 years
  • [AN] yeah
  • [AN] she said she will invite me to one of the meetings
  • [ON] that's funny
  • [AN] she practices chaotic magik
  • [AN] LOL
  • [ON] ooh you have to report back
  • [AN] [boss] was like
  • [AN] I'M SO GLAD you and [boss's wife] are friends
  • [ON] aw
  • [AN] and he group hugged us
  • [AN] i almost felt a threesome coming on
  • [AN] O__o
  • [ON] was he rolling
  • [AN] i dunno, it's hard to know. haha
  • [AN] ahahahah
  • [AN] i'm not even joking. i was like, "hm, would i?"
  • [AN] "hm"
  • [AN] i mean, she did show me her tits
  • [AN] fast-foward one month, and we are in the verge, vice, and techcrunch.com
  • [AN] about an HR disaster where i got involved in a three way with [company founder] and his wife
  • [AN] and it all went to hell
  • [ON] this is cracking me up
  • [ON] i cant breathe
  • [AN] LOL

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  • aaa> i was a freshman in college and the internet was still pretty new - i never had a computer at home or anything
  • aaa> i was in the computer lab
  • aaa> reading xfiles fan sites
  • bbb> haha
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  • aaa> and i clicked a link and it took me to a page that was alll <blink> THE FBI HAS LOGGED YOUR IP </blink>
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  • aaa> and it output my ip
  • bbb> amazing
  • bbb> dude
  • aaa> i got very scared and quit and went back to my room
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