Pointeless Stuff

carmelilla9:

"Do you think I don’t recognize all of the obvious things between Janeway and Chakotay? Oh, but I do—but they have to be handled exquisitely. She’s the captain of the ship, she’s got to be that first. But I think, like everything else in life, we can see some slips here. Why should she not slip? I’ve encouraged them, also—let’s see the fade drop every now and then. I think we need more one-on-one together, alone, so we can see that.
At this point, I think it would be quite acceptable to see them more alone, and what happens then, when they’re alone. What kind of tenderness, what kind of tension, what kind of stammering? What kind of touch that doesn’t complete itself, but longs to? Those sorts of things. And then let’s see them completely united on the bridge, and then let’s see them not united in private, and what happens then. But let’s make sure that their allegiance is to one another, absolutely. There should be a lot of that tension, and you’re going to see more of it. It’s terribly important to me, this relationship. And I adore [Robert Beltran] on a personal level. There is absolutely nothing about that man that I do not like. There’s a loveliness to his nature that I respond to completely. He truly is my anchor, in many ways, and I think vice versa. So we must maintain that” | Kate Mulgrew (1997)

carmelilla9:

"Do you think I don’t recognize all of the obvious things between Janeway and Chakotay? Oh, but I do—but they have to be handled exquisitely. She’s the captain of the ship, she’s got to be that first. But I think, like everything else in life, we can see some slips here. Why should she not slip? I’ve encouraged them, also—let’s see the fade drop every now and then. I think we need more one-on-one together, alone, so we can see that.

At this point, I think it would be quite acceptable to see them more alone, and 
what happens then, when they’re alone. What kind of tenderness, what kind of tension, what kind of stammering? What kind of touch that doesn’t complete itself, but longs to? Those sorts of things. And then let’s see them completely united on the bridge, and then let’s see them not united in private, and what happens then. But let’s make sure that their allegiance is to one another, absolutely. There should be a lot of that tension, and you’re going to see more of it. It’s terribly important to me, this relationship. And I adore [Robert Beltran] on a personal level. There is absolutely nothing about that man that I do not like. There’s a loveliness to his nature that I respond to completely. He truly is my anchor, in many ways, and I think vice versa. So we must maintain that” | Kate Mulgrew (1997)

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cultureshift:

Deep down we all know that killing little boys and girls while awaiting their birth is inhuman. Remember, it took many thousands of Germans to slaughter their victims and millions more to turn away from the truth. And it was all perfectly legal under German law. Sound familiar?

cultureshift:

Deep down we all know that killing little boys and girls while awaiting their birth is inhuman. Remember, it took many thousands of Germans to slaughter their victims and millions more to turn away from the truth. And it was all perfectly legal under German law. Sound familiar?

(via quisenglove)

slytherinsnow:

delanceybuildingbridges:

delanceybuildingbridges:

I really really hope people are as pissed as I am.

(also ignore my typo I know it’s there)

I feel happy that this is the highest number of notes I’ve ever received on a post, because I think it is important that people are aware/get angry about this. But my twitter avi is a fuCKING PUG THAT’S SO SILLY! I FEEL EMBARRASSED.

HOW IS BIRTH CONTROL AGAINST CHRISTIANITY?? IF ANYTHING IT SHOULD BE PRAISED SINCE YOU DON’T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT GETTING AN ABORTION AND IT FIXES YOUR DING DONG WHEN IT NEEDS IT I MEAN WAHAT

Because Christians believe that life begins at conception. Birth control as in “the pill” causes a woman’s uterus lining to come down regardless of the egg being fertilized or not. So to a Christian “the pill” or birth control is abortion. It is still killing a life in the eyes of most Christians.

Besides Hobby Lobby still covers birth control, in the form of birth control pills, patches, condoms, etc. They stopped covering the morning after pill and three others that are similar.

But look it up for yourself don’t take my word for it.

(via uss-enterpenis)

daggerpen:

gabzilla-z:

hylianears:

but they kept the servents black alright this is one of the ugliest things i’ve ever seen in my life



I am not sure I have ever seen a better use of that reaction gif.

daggerpen:

gabzilla-z:

hylianears:

but they kept the servents black alright this is one of the ugliest things i’ve ever seen in my life

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I am not sure I have ever seen a better use of that reaction gif.

(Source: darvinasafo, via warp44)