Sometimes I’m like hell yea I’ll survive the apocalypse but then I remember I’m in a wheelchair .
You could put a flame thrower in your wheelchair and survive not only the apocalypse but the zombie apocalypse too.And then, you could start your world wide empire.
So I have always been extremely embarrassed that my left ear is deaf. I tried to hide it in every way possible. It made me feel broken and useless, especially listening and playing music. My original idea was to put music notes behind my ear, but for some reason the idea just didn’t feel quite right considering I couldn’t hear said music. I came up with the mute symbol idea because lately I have learned to embrace my deafness. I tend to joke around that my left ear is like my mute button when I want to ignore someone. Now I am no longer ashamed and find strength in the humor of my tattoo.
That is pretty great.
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i’m seeing beyonce
and jay zin 36 days
New York state lawmakers have passed a bill banning residents from taking “tiger selfies” — a rising trend on dating websites in which single men post photos of themselves posing with the ferocious felines in hopes of impressing potential mates. — Sentence to Ponder and Ponder and Ponder, via Marginal Revolution (via abbyjean)
This summer, Kim will take on one of the biggest travel challenges of his life. With three friends — including two classmates from Harvard — he will travel from Los Angeles to Boston in a wheelchair-accessible rental van, documenting the best and worst hotels, restaurants, and attractions in terms of accessibility, and then publish their findings. Let’s Go, the travel guide series written and edited entirely by Harvard students, will publish it online by the end of the year, Kim said. —
A coast-to-coast quest to craft accessibility guide
i don’t care about the harvard thing, but i look forward to the guide!(via disabilityhistory)
How Starbucks conned everyone with the promise of free college tuition -
Everything you’ve heard about Starbucks’ “revolutionary” college tuition program is a lie.
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I can do this