allhailtherenegades:

"so she’s gay now?"

yeah she turned it all the paperwork last week and her acceptance letter came this morning, it was all pretty sudden

doctorspontaneous:

voidethered:

ask-omnipony:

luckydreaming:

Are fedoras really that bad?

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YES YES THEY ARE

I don’t really believe this mumbo jumbo

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I mean it’s a goddamn hat.

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Right..?

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The white rose, it symbolizes the unique beauty of all the women who wish not to be with a nice guy such as myse-

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I wonder if this works with other kinds of hat…

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Nothing ventured, nothing gained…

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WHEEEN THE MOON HITS YOUR EYE LIKE A BIG PIZZA PIE THAT’S AMORREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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So when people leave, I’ve learned the secret: let them. Because, most of the time, they have to.

Let them walk away and go places. Let them have adventures in the wild without you. Let them travel the world and explore life beyond a horizon that you exist in. And know, deep down, that heroes aren’t qualified by their capacity to stay but by their decision to return.

The Staying Philosophy (Everyday Isa)

dealanexmachina:

bitchwhoyoukiddin:

dontbearuiner:

lettersfromtitan:

dontbearuiner:

texnessa:

shorterexcerpts:

kiss-distinctly-american:

charlespudding:

businessinsider:

Graphic: There Are Now 50 Colleges That Charge More Than $60,000 Per Year

i’m having trouble even imagining what these numbers mean tbh

A reminder that UPenn’s two year Executive MBA is $181,500.

I know the UK’s dabbled with deregulating student fees, and Australia under Abbott’s dumb ass wants to. Well, here’s why y’all should fight that shit tooth and fucking nail.

Yep. I went to #26. Also, worth it.

#38!
It wasn’t that expensive when I was there, but it was still a pretty penny.
All the alma maters in my household are represented on this list. Oof.
(Including the school where I have a half-completed certificate in graphic design.)

Dear God.  I went to GWU (on the list) which was 20K per year, including my housing when I went in the early 90s.  I had a good scholarship, and was able to get out without debt, but that is completely fucked up.  Not worth it.  I don’t know if any education is worth it, but seriously you have got to be fucking kidding me.

Reblogging again because I remember a time when Bennington College was the #1 most expensive school, and now it’s #33.
That’s RIDICULOUS.

Meanwhile, the best part of my college education happened at a local community college.  Thanks to scholarships and work study, I spent $1800 for the first two years of university, including gas for the commute.  Admittedly, that was in 98-2000, but STILL.

Dear lord, thank god for scholarships, because holy shit that is a lot for undergrad.

dealanexmachina:

bitchwhoyoukiddin:

dontbearuiner:

lettersfromtitan:

dontbearuiner:

texnessa:

shorterexcerpts:

kiss-distinctly-american:

charlespudding:

businessinsider:

Graphic: There Are Now 50 Colleges That Charge More Than $60,000 Per Year

i’m having trouble even imagining what these numbers mean tbh

A reminder that UPenn’s two year Executive MBA is $181,500.

I know the UK’s dabbled with deregulating student fees, and Australia under Abbott’s dumb ass wants to. Well, here’s why y’all should fight that shit tooth and fucking nail.

Yep. I went to #26. Also, worth it.

#38!

It wasn’t that expensive when I was there, but it was still a pretty penny.

All the alma maters in my household are represented on this list. Oof.

(Including the school where I have a half-completed certificate in graphic design.)

Dear God.  I went to GWU (on the list) which was 20K per year, including my housing when I went in the early 90s.  I had a good scholarship, and was able to get out without debt, but that is completely fucked up.  Not worth it.  I don’t know if any education is worth it, but seriously you have got to be fucking kidding me.

Reblogging again because I remember a time when Bennington College was the #1 most expensive school, and now it’s #33.

That’s RIDICULOUS.

Meanwhile, the best part of my college education happened at a local community college.  Thanks to scholarships and work study, I spent $1800 for the first two years of university, including gas for the commute.  Admittedly, that was in 98-2000, but STILL.

Dear lord, thank god for scholarships, because holy shit that is a lot for undergrad.