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ilovecharts:

30 Rock was REALLY good at the Emmys
I Love Charts will be helping out with Yahoo’s Emmy coverage this year, so we’ve been crunching some numbers….
First thing that jumped out was how much Orange Is The New Black is crushing the comedy series nominations — with twelve — which seemed pretty impressive … until we came across 30 Rock’s 2009 record.
Twenty-two nominations! That’s ludicrous. 
That show was good and all, but wasn’t it also a thing that it was inordinately award-friendly? I seem to remember some people having beef with that. Regardless, we whipped up a quick chart to celebrate Liz Lemon’s ridiculous dominance.
We will be passing along any other chart-worthy stats we run across over the next few days, and will be reporting (live on streaming web media!) at Yahoo’s LIVE Emmy Awards Red Carpet Pre-show in LA next Monday at 3pm PT. So check it out! 
Also, if you’re wondering what the full Emmy’s ballot looks like, here it is.

ilovecharts:

30 Rock was REALLY good at the Emmys

I Love Charts will be helping out with Yahoo’s Emmy coverage this year, so we’ve been crunching some numbers….

First thing that jumped out was how much Orange Is The New Black is crushing the comedy series nominations — with twelve — which seemed pretty impressive … until we came across 30 Rock’s 2009 record.

Twenty-two nominations! That’s ludicrous. 

That show was good and all, but wasn’t it also a thing that it was inordinately award-friendly? I seem to remember some people having beef with that. Regardless, we whipped up a quick chart to celebrate Liz Lemon’s ridiculous dominance.

We will be passing along any other chart-worthy stats we run across over the next few days, and will be reporting (live on streaming web media!) at Yahoo’s LIVE Emmy Awards Red Carpet Pre-show in LA next Monday at 3pm PT. So check it out! 

Also, if you’re wondering what the full Emmy’s ballot looks like, here it is.

therunawayredhead asked:

I did the questions, now it's your turn!
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1.Kissed a girl? 
Nope.

2.Kissed a boy? 
Yup.

3.Had sex in public? 
Nope.

4.What’s your religion? 
Nothing.

5.What does your URL mean? 
I thought it was a made-up word I came up with when I was a teenager, but I later found out that it was Latin for “the present”, so I was like, sure, why not.

6.Reason you joined tumblr? 
Friends got me into it.

7.Do you have any nicknames? 
Pedro is my nickname.

8.Do you like bubble bath? 
Never had one.

9.Kissed in the rain? 
Nope.

10.Dyed your hair? 
Red when I was in high school, white last year.

11.Soup or salad? 
Both at the same time.

12.Vegetable or meat?
Meat. 

13.Go out drinking? 
No thanks.

14.Smoke cigarettes? 
Nope.

15.Smoke weed? 
Nope.

16.Do any hard drugs? 
Nope.

17.Have you had sex today? 
Nope.

18.Have you ever fallen asleep in someones arms? 
Not arms, I don’t think.

19.The relationship between you and the person you last texted? 
Xenia is my friend.

20.Has anyone ever told you you have pretty eyes? 
Nope.

21.Skipped doing homework to play a video game? 
Several times this week.

22.Tried to commit suicide? 
Nope.

23.The last time you felt broken? 
Undercooked pasta yesterday. Kind of bummed me out.

24.Had to lie to EVERYONE about how you felt? 
Probably, nothing specific comes to mind.

25.Do you have a Boyfriend/Girlfriend? 
Nope.

26.Do you have Long hair OR short hair? 
Short, and I want it shorter.

27.First thing you notice to a guy/girl? 
Face?

28.Do you sing in the shower? 
No, but I sing in the car.

29.Do you dance in the car? 
No, but I dance in the shower.

30.Where were you yesterday? 
Uni.

31.Ever used a bow and arrow? 
Like, plastic ones.

32.Last time you got a portrait taken by a photographer? 
Don’t remember.

33.Do you think musicals are cheesy? 
Not all of them.

34.Is Christmas stressful? 
Yes.

35.Favorite type of fruit pie? 
Beef.

36.Occupations you wanted to be when you were a kid? 
Policeman, teacher.

37.Do you believe in ghosts? 
Nope.

38.Ever have a Deja-vu feeling? 
Yeah, but I know Deja Vu isn’t real, so I’m just like, “my brain’s so silly”.

39.Take a vitamin daily? 
Nope.

40.Wear slippers? 
Only when I’m leaving the house.

41.Wear a bath robe? 
No.

42.What do you wear to bed? 
T-shirt and shorts.

43.Do you want to get married? 
Eh.

44.Can you curl your tongue? 
Not as much as other people can.

Relationship preference: 

45.How many relationships have you had? 
Zero.

46.How can I win your heart? 
Make me laugh. And be hairy.

47.what makes a great relationship? 
Hair.

48.Shy OR open? 
Both at the same time.

50.Religious OR non-religious? 
Non.

51.Caring OR non-restricting of you? 
That’s terrible English and I don’t know what it means.

52.Straight edge OR non-straight edge? 
Oh my god, I guess I am straight edge. I wasn’t deliberately trying to be straight edge, but that’s kind of where I am in my life.

53.Piercings OR no piercings? 
I wouldn’t mind piercings.

54.Tattoos OR no tattoos? 
Wouldn’t mind tattoos.

55.Quiet stay-at-home type OR party type? 
Both at the same time.
aeshir

White feminists have less power than white men, but they hold a higher socioeconomic positions than Indigenous women. Differences in socioeconomic positions mean that the life chances, opportunities, and experiences of Indigenous women will differ from those of white middle-class feminists. Indigenous women are aware of the discrepancy in socioeconomic status and power between themselves and white feminists, which is why we expect white feminists, who advocate to improve the conditions of all women, to support our claims.


However, Indigenous women believe that when white feminists advocate equality for all women, this should mean that the needs of those women who are in the most unequal position in society will be the first to be attended to within the women’s movement. Indigenous women assert that by working to improve the conditions of impoverished women in Australia, the status of all women will be enhanced. This differs from the position of white feminists, who aspire to live under the same opportunities and rights as white men

Aileen Moreton-Robinson, Talkin’ Up to the White Woman, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, 2000. (via insufficientmind)