mamikaze

snark is my first language
feminist, armchair economist, optimist
raising special needs children #actuallyautistic
Posts I Like

 Easter Elephants c. 1937

So wrong but so cute.

(via weirdvintage)

weirdvintage:

Oysters and How to Cook Them:  100 Delicious Meals at One Half the Cost of Meat, published by the Oyster Growers and Dealers Association of America in 1910.  You can read the whole thing here!

Eew!

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lifeisliterallylimited:

NYPD twitter campaign implodes, flooded with photos of police abuse

Just before 2 pm EDT, the New York City Police Department called via Twitter for photos of citizens with its officers. Almost immediately the campaign #myNYPD seemed to backfire, as users flooded the hashtag with photos decrying alleged police brutality.

bangarz:

I just found the best Facebook page

(via rageaholicanonymous)

therealbenyonce:

me neither 

That’s so not sad

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thecatdogblog:

Cats in places they 104% shouldn’t be, from Buzzfeed

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This is a seal with hiccups.  
You’re welcome.

This is a seal with hiccups.  

You’re welcome.

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weirdvintage:

Elvis Presley is inducted into the Los Angeles Tribal Council by Chief Wha-Nee-Ota for his ‘constructive portrayal of a man of Indian blood’ in Flaming Star, December 1960 (via Retronaut)

Hmmmm

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slimewizard:

never not reblog

awwww-cute:

This little guy came nosing around a friend’s patio door

Please do not feed rabbits carrots and lettuce. They are grass eaters.

autisticdrift:

Is it possible to stim in your sleep? I know that I occasionally stim in my dreams but wouldn’t sleep paralysis make stimming in your sleep mostly impossible? 

People talk in their sleep. There’s research into the sleep patterns of people with autism. They’ve found that people who grind their teeth are more likely to remember their dreams because they have different REM stages. Plenty of autistics grind their teeth. I would expect there’s a connection.

Asker Anonymous Asks:
What about Lilo and Stitch?
mamikaze mamikaze Said:

reverseracism:

What about it?

It was a great children’s movie and perfect for showing representation.

I also loved the line that Lilo’s older sister said when she was fired about her job being a “fake luau”. It gave an insight that colonialism has turned the Hawaiian culture into a capitalist money maker and has taken away the spirit and nature of what a luau is.

- Susie the moderator

reverseracism:

Never forget.

ppaction:

If you don’t understand birth control, you don’t really have any business trying to take away access to it.