Matilda Wagner

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The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion ~every single day.
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#Banksy #StreetArt


That’s a classic! Nice picture too!

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First of all, Wes, I don’t think you meant to sign this “Men”, I think you meant to sign it “Assholes”. Because that is clearly what you are.

Am I really going to have to deconstruct this sentence by sentence? Yes. Yes I am. 

  • First of all, jackass, she didn’t start her career by “showing her ass”. She started her career by spraying Army plane parts with fire retardent material and inspecting parachutes, which is what she was doing when someone for Yank magazine came in and took pictures of her. What the fuck have you done with your life? Have you inspected any parachutes lately? Or have you been too busy fucking around on Facebook all goddamn day?
  • Second, if you can think of a way to make a name for yourself as a woman in Hollywood in the 40’s that doesn’t include being a sex symbol, you let me know. I’ll wait. 
  • So being an alcoholic or a drug addict makes someone worthless? Do me a favor and never take part in an intervention. You would be terrible at it.
  • There’s no proof that Marilyn Monroe ever had an abortion. She had a ton of miscarriages caused by endometriosis, which is an extremely painful medical condition that we still don’t know very much about, fifty years later. (Also, just FYI, a lot of people turn to self-medicating with drugs and alcohol when there is nothing else they can do for a medical condition. Which you would know, if you weren’t a complete douchecanoe.)
  • Even if she had one, two, A MILLION abortions, that wouldn’t make her a worthless person. It would make her a person with a medical history that is, in fact, none of your goddamn business.
  • You’re right, bro, our society NEVER hero worships drug addicts. In fact, dying of a drug overdose or having an addiction completely invalidates any contribution you ever make to society. People certainly don’t have any respect for Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, Layne Staley, Heath Ledger, Chris Farley, or John Lennon! 

TL;DR: If you think that you, as a raging judgmental sexist, deserve better in your life than a beautiful, talented film legend who was hounded to death by assholes like you, you are fucking delusional.

Wesley Holleger, everyone! If you’re interested, ladies, he’s currently looking for someone better than Marilyn Monroe!

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#Bradley Manning #wikileaks #submission on tumblr

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#ows #99%


“I worked until I went into a coma and died on 6/7/2010.

I was 57.

I was the 99%”

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#IamBradleyManning #MichaelMoore


Michael Moore. American filmmaker, author, and social critic.  He is the director and producer of Fahrenheit 9/11, which is the highest-grossing documentary of all time. His films Bowling for Columbine and Sicko are also among the top ten.  Photo taken during the #OccupyWallStreet protest.  Michael Moore is a Bradley Manning Support Network Advisory Board member.

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#ows #99%

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#99% #OWS


“When did the future switch from being a promise to being a threat?” —Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters. Bail out an underfunded library.

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#99% #OWS


I am 44 years old. I’ve been married to the same man for over 20 years. I have 3 beautiful sons. I care for my elderly handicapped mother, I am college educated, I’ve worked hard my entire life. I am an artist, a graphic designer with over 20 years experience as a creative director. I was a small business owner for 11 years. Insurance went way up, rent went up, Utilities went up, the cost of living went up, while our earnings either stayed the same or went down for more work. The bank refused to give us a loan or a line of credit. All we needed was a little help for short amount of time. The bank left us and our employees twisting in the wind. We lost our small, family owned business, our life’s work - we lost our American Dream - or more aptly put, it was stolen from us. Not from poor decisions, not through lack of work, living beyond our means or lack of education, we did everything right, paid our taxes and worked hard. But we were bleeding money from corporate greed (insanely increased insurance rates, fees upon fees, unfair policies and ridiculous licenses demands.)


I am the 99 Percent

 *I submitted before, but forgot the url which i added to my picture and I fixed a few other things.

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#99% #OWS


It is so easy to think of our economic circumstances as personal failures and to feel ashamed.  This is political. I am not a personal failure. The 1% uses us as tools and then after a life of service does not care what happens to us when we can no longer work, when we are discarded.

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#99% #OWS


I am lucky to have a job but my wages have been frozen for 3 years, plus we are now up to 12 furlough days a year at the school where I work, which means that we make less than we did 3 years ago.

My financial situation is not sustainable, even though I live frugally and am an active and earnest participant in the workforce and have no dependents.

I am the 99 percent.

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#99% #OWS


Dear friends,

I am lucky enough to have a good job and minimal college debt thanks to scholarships, work study and grants. I just want to say that I understand. I grew up poor and moved upwards of 20 times because of several evictions. At times, I was homeless and other times I lived with friends. During my junior year of high school, I lived in a hotel and on the one year anniversary of the beginning of my stay there, I was accepted into my state’s flagship university. I consider myself lucky since many of my friends struggle. I would like to tell you all that your courage, resolve, and engagement will lift you from the doldums and activism akin to this has helped people like me. I thank you for your passion. 

In Solidarity with my brothers and sisters,

99 Percenter

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#OWS #99% Germany


We are the 99ers - all over the world

Regard from Essen (Germany)