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New York City - Snowstorm

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— 6 days ago with 38172 notes
#Pics  #NYC 

tuneage:

New Music: You’ll Never See Me Again — Adele

And Adele is back with another melancholic, soulful, and smokey song. Just when I was wondering if Adele was going to be doing more music, this showed up the other day. “You’ll never see me again” is like the classy, grown-up, “I’m going to drink a martini to you” version of “Someone Like You.” Adele’s sultry voice and heavy lyrics evoke such sadness, while at the same time embodying an empowering agency: You messed up and I’m over this all, so you’ll never see me again. Now the question is, when will her next album be out? Time will only tell.

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— 2 weeks ago with 728 notes
#video 
‘A Sky Full of Stars’ by Coldplay"I don’t care, go on and tear me apart
I don’t care if you do
‘Cause in a sky, cause in a sky full of stars
I think I saw you"

‘A Sky Full of Stars’ by Coldplay
"I don’t care, go on and tear me apart I don’t care if you do ‘Cause in a sky, cause in a sky full of stars I think I saw you"

— 4 weeks ago
#thisismyjam 
ourtimeorg:

Great advice from Amy Poehler.

ourtimeorg:

Great advice from Amy Poehler.

— 1 month ago with 274 notes

thisisfusion:

All children are not treated equally in the U.S., including children from different countries migrating into the country.

There’s a big difference between how Mexican and Central American kids are treated once they cross the border.

Mexican children and teens are deported almost immediately, without ever setting foot in court to argue their case for legal status. Their quick ouster is known as “expedited repatriation.”

Central American children, however, are allowed to remain in the country until they go before a judge.

Lawmakers from Texas are now discussing plans for new legislation aimed at removing Central American kids in a similarly expedited fashionContinue reading.

(Source: fus.in)

— 2 months ago with 2180 notes
ourtimeorg:

This is actually true. 

ourtimeorg:

This is actually true. 

— 2 months ago with 122 notes
campaignmoney:

At Thursday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on a constitutional amendment to regulate campaign fundraising and spending, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill) said, “The right to vote is under attack on two fronts: A well-funded coordinated effort has made it harder for millions of Americans to vote, and at the same time, unleashed a tidal wave of special interest and corporate money into elections to drown out the voices of average Americans.”

campaignmoney:

At Thursday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on a constitutional amendment to regulate campaign fundraising and spending, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill) said, “The right to vote is under attack on two fronts: A well-funded coordinated effort has made it harder for millions of Americans to vote, and at the same time, unleashed a tidal wave of special interest and corporate money into elections to drown out the voices of average Americans.”

— 2 months ago with 6 notes
ourtimeorg:

Our generation must solve this…

ourtimeorg:

Our generation must solve this…

— 2 months ago with 69 notes
"The relationship between the government and the media is like a marriage; it is a dysfunctional marriage to be sure, but we stay together for the kids."
Thom Shanker, Pentagon correspondent for the New York Times, quoted in Time. Bloggers, Surveillance and Obama’s Orwellian State. (via futurejournalismproject)
— 2 months ago with 110 notes