Ok, everyone needs to go see The Lego Movie. Not only is it funny, it has great positive messages for kids about self confidence and creativity, as well as a really great storyline about understanding between the father and son that seriously almost made me cry. Everyone should go see it because it’s
Everything is Awesome song mentions the Doctors :D
#can we talk about this #just for a second #can we talk about how this show took valuable time out of its short episodes to throw in little moments like this #moments that humanized ”the enemy” #and showed the war from a different perspective #and made the audience stop and realize the Fire Nation wasn’t inherently evil #like we were at first led to believe #*sighs* idk what i’m saying #I still get really really emotional about A:TLA (via equalistmako)
#atla#or as i like to call it#one of the most secretly complex and intense#mainstream examinations of the world and morality and humanity#what doesn’t this show deal with in interesting and hardcore ways#family power politics fitting in growing up#cultural dissonance genocide#gender roles self-esteem the gap between self and perception#yes thank you for existing avatar
You see this bitch? This is the fucking Audi A9 Concept vehicle.
It is the most beastly motherfucker to light up my Tumblr page.
The thing has engines in it’s wheels.
IN THE MOTHERFUCKING WHEELS.
See that futuristic design? Makes Acura designs look so 2010.
Oh? Where’s the windshield? It’s fully integrated into the roof using nano technology.
That means the bitch repairs itself.
Oh and that badass window and windshields?
It can change from solid like that to clear when you drive.
White isn’t a very sporty color? NO WORRIES. This beast can change it’s motherfucking color to whatever you fucking want.
THIS BITCH SHOULD GET IN MY GARAGE.
why don’t they hire tumblr bloggers to do the commercials i will never know
I hate driving but hot damn I would live in that car
“why don’t they hire tumblr bloggers to do the commercials i will never know”
because most of tumblr’s audience can’t afford things
Ke$ha is a perfect example of how the media loves to make intelligent girls seem dumb and bitchy even though they are actually smart and caring. Ke$ha isn’t far from being a feminist icon but the media continues to label her as a dumb drunk party girl.
and Ke$ha is all for loving yourself and equality but she continues to receive harassment from mainstream media. Enough harassment to the point that she developed an eating disorder because of it. She is an example of how horrible and sexist the music industry is.
also like there’s the fact that our culture tells a woman that if she likes to party and get drunk that they can’t also be intelligent and caring
A whole generation of little girls are about to be told that the way they look is valid and that they can be the hero. The new Annie is kind of a big deal you guys!
I feel badly that I didn’t really realize how bad the situation was until I was showing at an Anime Con a number of years ago and a mother came up and bought all the Zap! stuff I had of Holly, Callisto, and Europa (all female characters of color) and I asked if her daughter was a fan and she said “No, but I think she will like these.” It hit me hard that a little black girl who likes anime and cartoons doesn’t have a lot of characters who look like her to relate to. UGH. What are we doing, society? It hurts my feelings for these kids to just type up that story.
I have to admit I teared up a bit looking at the trailer. It’s really something special. :)
"This is what the next generation of engineers looks like
Black Girls CODE introduces young girls of color to computer programming, mobile app development, robotics and other STEM fields, so the girls can learn how to build the tools they want to see in the world. The non-profit is a global organization, with chapters in Oakland, Calif., Atlanta, New York and even South Africa, with expansion to eight more cities planned for next year. Every chapter targets girls of color between the ages of 7 and 17, formative years for capturing the girls’ interest in STEM and building their self-confidence.
"Science is magic, and our girls are opening their eyes to the fact that they can learn to become the magicians," says Bryant, who launched the company with a class of 12 girls.
But the reach of Black Girls CODE has grown exponentially in two years; the roster now exceeds 2,000 girls. Bryant was named one of the White House’s Champions for Change in the tech sector, and Black Girls Code was named one the “2012 Most Innovative Nonprofit.”