1. dirtydeedsdyan:

This dirtbag toast almost made me choke to death on tea

    dirtydeedsdyan:

    This dirtbag toast almost made me choke to death on tea

    (Source: mikethomas)

     
  2. tumblngtoronto:

Someone has made Rob Ford’s Toronto into a Civilization V mod | Toronto Life
     
  3. nii-bish-hopya:

    resistkxl:

    Imagine if an oil pipeline was built through your backyard, across your local park or at your church, or alongside your desk at work without consultation and without your consent.

    It sounds far-fetched, but it is the potential reality facing a number of communities across British Columbia, including one of the longest continually inhabited territories in North America, the Gitxaala Nation.

    We, the Gitxaala Nation, are vehemently opposed to Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline project because of the disastrous effects the shipment of heavy oil through our territory would have on our traditional way of life, economy, spirituality, and governance system.

    As Gitxaala, known as People of the Saltwater, we rely on our territorial waters for 80 per cent of our food. There are serious concerns the Enbridge project will jeopardize our traditional harvesting territory.

    What’s especially concerning is that our people have not been properly consulted about the impacts of the Northern Gateway Project, despite openly participating and co-operating with the federal joint review panel process. We went out of our way to participate in Canada’s regulatory system, yet our rights have been completely ignored.

    I just want to remind folks that, for the colonial state, “consultation” can be as little as leaving a message on a band office answering machine. Is that consulting “in good faith” as they so often purport? I know it sounds ridiculous, but that is my personal experience. There is a way of having respectful relationships, but the state comes into negotiations and discussions with expectations of crushing indigenous nations. Respect to Gitxaala Nation for standing strong for their territory and their future generations.

    (via ayiman)

     
  4. vicenews:

The Canadian government won’t investigate the murders of indigenous women, but will spend millions on drones.
     
  5. Dylan Moran - Religion, Politics, Science, Technology and Consumerism 

     
  6. Happy Rob Ford

    Happy Rob Ford

     
  7. ohyeselifresh:

The accuracy.

    ohyeselifresh:

    The accuracy.

    (via caracaracara)

     
  8. tumblngtoronto:

    Best news ever.

     
  9. ANUBIS NO

    roachpatrol:

    kenaabik:

    So I see this

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    and all I can think is 

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    this

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    image

    (via bankuei)

     
  10. lickystickypickyshe:

Boys have problems too.

    lickystickypickyshe:

    Boys have problems too.

     
  11. nothingshortof:

Isn’t this basically the plot to State of Fear?

    nothingshortof:

    Isn’t this basically the plot to State of Fear?

    (Source: climateadaptation)

     
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  13. einsteinonacid:

    ineedtogetpaid:

    i thought LGBT was a sandwich

    Lettuce, Glitter, Bacon, Tomato?

    image

    (via ravingsofabitch)

     
  14. katodown:

bonegeek:

ellie5192:

connorkawaii:

[british sigh]

#[slightly lower australian sigh]

[canadian apology] 

[UNWARRANTED AMERICAN DECLARATION OF FREEDOM]

    katodown:

    bonegeek:

    ellie5192:

    connorkawaii:

    [british sigh]

    [canadian apology] 

    [UNWARRANTED AMERICAN DECLARATION OF FREEDOM]

    (via savanna)

     
  15. colorfulcheshire:

I heard you liked kittens on dashboards so I reblogged a kitten on a dashboard so you can enjoy a kitten on a dashboard on your dashboard.

    colorfulcheshire:

    I heard you liked kittens on dashboards so I reblogged a kitten on a dashboard so you can enjoy a kitten on a dashboard on your dashboard.

    (Source: neon-vagina, via afternoonsnoozebutton)