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k4rdashiian:

i love whoever took this photo

k4rdashiian:

i love whoever took this photo

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skeletorislove:

Skeletor Affirmations (by ghoulnextdoor)

TODAY I WILL SHARE MY HAPPINESS WITH A STRANGER.

skeletorislove:

Skeletor Affirmations (by ghoulnextdoor)

TODAY I WILL SHARE MY HAPPINESS WITH A STRANGER.

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bosimba:

i found a leather jacket made for build-a-bears in my closet so naturally i had to put it on my cat

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lightning-chick asked: Hey there I was wondering if you give me some tips on how to get into the comic book business like producing your own comics and how to get them published. Please and thank you

kateordie:

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crappytaxidermy:

submitted by lacie and luke.

"Ma nutz, u are squeezin dem!"

crappytaxidermy:

submitted by lacie and luke.

"Ma nutz, u are squeezin dem!"

Tags: squirrel!
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inprnt:

"Portrait of a Family" by Jessica Warrick on INPRNT
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thebananalordofcannibals:

I woke up my cat laughing at this

thebananalordofcannibals:

I woke up my cat laughing at this

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cindymorganinfo:

"There’s a half-kilometer stretch of road in the Netherlands that looks a bit like something out of the movie Tron, thanks to new luminescent markings that glow green in the dark."

(That’s a heck of a lot more than we had to work with on the set! ;) 

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1,001st post!

So, I guess that means I’ve actually made about 10 posts…

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barbeauxbot:

kittenskysong:

feministsupernatural:

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fleete:

Can I just say that one of my very favorite parts of Winter Soldier was Nick Fury cocking an eyebrow at the police officers side-eyeing his expensive vehicle and sneering, “You wanna see my lease?”

Because the idea of Nick Motherfucking Fury having to deal with shit as disgusting and petty as racial profiling is sort of painfully realistic and heartbreaking.  He’s hugely, massively powerful, and he’s sitting in his bulletproof car pondering decisions of worldwide import, but also he gets pulled over sometimes and asked for his registration because the police assume he stole it.  

Ack.  I was just so pleased that they included that line.

yeah the import of that really struck me the second time I watched the movie.

The driving while black bit was one of my favorite parts.

Yeah, this really struck me the second time when I wasn’t just sitting there terrified his car would blow up at any moment. It really makes you think of all the shit he had to go through to get where he is today and still the police give him the side eye when he drives up in an expensive car. Also, obviously we find out later they’re HYDRA agents but the car chase scene is literally a bunch of white guys in police uniforms shooting at a single black man and it’s an image we’ve seen a million times (on the news, in the movies, even on Agents of Shield with Mike Peterson) only this time the police are the bad guys and we’re rooting for Nick. I just thought, especially in the context of scene preceding it where it’s made clear that Nick’s had to deal with racism and profiling that it was a interesting choice to make HYDRA the police.

Or as he’s driving through the city with all these people disguised as cops chasing him and shooting at him and knowing that nobody would even think that he might be innocent and in need of help.

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lisaquestions:

nevver:

Free Speech

Alt text from xkcd:

I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express.

lisaquestions:

nevver:

Free Speech

Alt text from xkcd:

I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express.

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twicr:

vintage-robots:

Perhaps the most advanced personal robot from the 1980s, Newton could accept voice commands, answer the phone, and was wirelessly connected to online data bases.

If it wasn’t missing killrays, this might have become our new robot overlord.