1. Notes: 2425 / 1 minute ago  from dealanexmachina (originally from usbdongle)


    you ever notice a lot of stuff is considered poor and gross unless its upper middle class (white) people doing it

    food trucks in the 90s were the realm of taco trucks and fairground food and were always considered unhygienic and nasty until all these rich city kids started opening food trucks and now they’re “trendy” and “innovative”

    riding your bike to work is only considered geofriendly if you can also afford to drive a car but don’t want to, then you’re saving the earth, everyone else isn’t somehow??

    recycling old cheap stuff to be used as furniture and wearing really old clothing is a sign of poverty unless you’re doing it a certain way or wearing a certain kind of old clothing

    double standards are gross and you should expose them in your life as much as possible

  2. Notes: 303 / 5 minutes ago  from glassesanddreads (originally from trillianknowswherehertowelsat)


    ORPHAN BLACK | Clone Club

  3. Notes: 1154 / 12 minutes ago  from glassesanddreads (originally from slutchester)

    "[Orphan Black] is a dream job but it’s fucking exhausting but completely rewarding.” — Tatiana Maslany 

    (Source: slutchester)

  4. Notes: 7419 / 15 minutes ago  from lyriumnug (originally from bsaajill)
The Last of Us - Start Menu

    The Last of Us - Start Menu

    (Source: bsaajill)

  5. Notes: 3761 / 19 minutes ago  from dealanexmachina (originally from tarot-sybarite)
    "In one generation, working for free for people who can pay you went from something laughable, to something wealthy people were doing in a few fields, to something everyone was recommended to do, to something almost everyone has to do. Entry-level jobs were replaced with unpaid internships. That same monopoly on opportunity reshaped lower-skill labor. Jobs that once offered on-site training now require college degrees. In response, universities ramp up tuition, knowing that students have little choice but to pay to compete. Instead of options, there is one path to professional success — one exorbitantly expensive path."

    At PolicyMic, Sarah Kendzior explains why you should never ever take an unpaid internship (but you will nonetheless because you have no choice). (via tarot-sybarite)

    This topic is endlessly interesting to me, as a nonprofit manager, which is why I once wrote a billion words about it…

    (via facebooksexism)

  6. Notes: 790 / 22 minutes ago  from dealanexmachina (originally from enigmaticagentalice)



    I have never related to anything so hard omg

    life goals

  7. Notes: 303 / 26 minutes ago  from dealanexmachina (originally from micdotcom)
    - That’s how many Americans don’t think they can live on the current minimum wage. It’s time to raise it. (via ob-324b21)

    (Source: micdotcom)

  8. Notes: 691471 / 29 minutes ago  from adios--dragsters (originally from igotnastyhabits)

    (Source: igotnastyhabits)

  9. Notes: 793 / 33 minutes ago  from calmorrison (originally from kiarasnaps)


    sarah + up close and personal (season 2)
  10. Notes: 565 / 41 minutes ago  from glassesanddreads (originally from genetically-identical)

    Comic-Con: Tatiana Maslany Fight Zombies as ‘Shaun of the Dead’ (video)

    (Source: genetically-identical)

Oh hey, this is supposed to be my bio type thing, isn't it. So, I'm Drew. You may or may not find my blog all that interesting. Mostly a bunch of pictures and what not associated with whatever my television obsession happens to be at the moment. Also music. I love music. And maybe the occasional book rec :)

Anyway, I'm a 25 year old cis male college student and this is a tumblr. Neat.

Fandoms that might appear on here: Fringe, Orphan Black, Harry Potter, Arrow, Agents of Shield, Pretty Little Liars, Lost Girl... and probably a whole bunch of other stuff I didn't think of when I wrote this.

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