1. The amount of people on this website who don’t understand long exposures make me crazy.


  2. az-zawraq:

    i’m not sure a lot of goyim, even the ones who follow me, understand what’s going on

    these are pogroms

    this is what a pogrom looks like, storming jewish ‘quarters’ and breaking businesses, causing hundreds to thousands of dollars of damage, yelling anti-semitic slogans



  3. song-masher:


    Mash-up of 

    • AWOLNATION Sail (Feed Me Remix)
    • Lorde Everybody Wants to Rule the World

    By Song-Masher - Downloads - Donate - Request a Mash-up!

    Sail © 2011 Red Bull RecordsEverybody Wants to Rule the World © 1985 Phonogram (UK), Mercury (US), Vertigo (CA); The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack © 2013 Republic Records, Mercury Records. My mash-ups are transformative works and are protected by the DMCA’s fair-use doctrine.

    Protip:  this is walking tempo, so make sure to play it while walking away from explosions like a badass

    (via jewishzombiequeen)


  4. micdotcom:

    The crisis in Gaza is so serious, it can be seen from space

    International Space Station astronaut Alexander Gerst has posted his “saddest photo yet.” From all the way up in the thermosphere, ISS personnel orbiting 200 miles over the Middle East can see bombs and missiles exploding in Gaza and Israel as the two sides go to war.

    Detailed explanation of the photo | Follow micdotcom 

    (via bobbycaputo)


  5. a-sefardita:

    Whenever I read something starting with “Torah Judaism” or “True Judaism,” I know that some absurd shit is gonna follow that. I haven’t been proven wrong yet.


  6. bobbycaputo:

    Arab-American Journalist’s Kiss Photo with Israeli Boyfriend Becomes Viral Symbol of Peace

    As clashes between Hamas and the Israeli armed forces escalate and the death toll climbs with heartbreaking consistency, a photograph of an Arab-American journalist and her Israeli-American boyfriend kissing has gone viral, sparked a Twitter movement, and become a symbol of peace.

    In the age of social media, it no longer has to be a photojournalist’s camera that captures the photo that will come to define a particular conflict. In 1967, the photo that became a symbol of peace and ‘flower power’ at the height of the Vietnam War was taken by French photographer Marc Riboud.

    In 2014, the world has changed, and the photo quickly becoming a symbol of peace in the Middle East is actually a selfie.

    Taken by Arab-American journalist Sulome Anderson and her Israeli-American boyfriend, the selfie shows them kissing while Anderson holds up a sign that says “Jews and Arabs Refuse To Be Enemies.”

    (Continue Reading)


  7. "Good Morning America" is broadcasting live from work tomorrow morning and it’s my day offfffff! You have to be there from 6:30-9:00 am so I’m bringing my thermos and a camp chair and it’s gonna be a great morning. I love happenings. I’ve never seen "Good Morning America" but I’m pumped.


  8. bobbycaputo:




    Need to go to all of these before I die.

    So many RAD parks.

    Oh! I’ve been to 4!

    I want visit them all! 

    (Source: maskoffortune)


  9. queenhijab:

    Ramadan around the world + Iftars! 

    China, USA, Australia, Sudan, Kenya, Morocco

    (via theamazingamazigh)


  10. rightofreturn:

    Jew dumplings!

    (Source: hckleinman)