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So I never posted my finished Garnet cosplay. Sowwy~ I get so excited during cons, I never really take formal pictures.

I love this!

This is a Pooh’s Adventures-esque fan edit, that ended up on IMDB. 

The creator, his YouTube account is Salatube19.

Don’t let him get away with this and ruin IMDB and the fan film communities.


I added to the #FaithFeminisms discussion on Twitter. Being a person of faith does not prevent you from being a feminist. Your faith might even spur you to be one. 

Images are Tweets from @KristenGuin on Twitter. Tweets are available for viewing in text form at the links below.

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Anniversary of the famous Scopes “Monkey” trial

On July 21, 1925, the famous Scopes Monkey trial over teaching evolution in public schools concluded. Mostly remembered today was the clash between two legendary public figures. But the legal fight didn’t end that day in Tennessee.

In the Scopes case, high school biology teacher John Scopes was charged with illegally teaching the theory of evolution in violation of a state law championed by William Jennings Bryan.

The 11-day trial was broadcast live on the radio, a first for that medium, and it generated an enormous amount of national attention. The noted journalist H.L. Mencken covered the affair, coining the phrase “monkey trial” and other terms that became part of the trial’s lore.

It took the jury nine minutes to convict Scopes. The judge fined Scopes $100, and the ACLU said it would appeal the decision. (National Constitution Center)

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We came, we saw, we lite the bean blue! It was a good time we got to connect with some other supporters of Autism. This was one of the few times I have been around people that understand us completing. I didn’t have to explain what autism was and I didn’t have to re-live the tragedy of my brother dying. Even a Chicago cop was there and introduced his self and said, “I can’t believe that happen to your brother! I have a autistic son and I understand.” He doesn’t know this, but that statement help me realize that not all police officers are bad. 

Light It Up Blue was great!

PS. My dad came! He left the house and came! I was so happy to see him smiling.


Did you know 1 in 88 kids are born with autism in todays time?

Sad isn’t it.


Autism Speaks, it’s time to listen!

Sorrry, but Autism $peaks doesn’t listen to us…


Today is World Autism Awareness Day, so I’m just taking a moment to acknowledge it! Happy World Autism Awareness Day and try to spread the word!

And now back to our regularly scheduled Teen Mom posts!!!


today’s Autism Awareness Day / Light It Up Blue this April for Autism Awareness month