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simplesmentecansada:

GOD BLESS SEASON ONE CHARACTERS THEY DONT KNOW WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN THEY ARE SO INNOCENT THEY HAVE NO IDEA THE SHIT THE WRITERS ARE GOING TO PUT THEM THROUGH

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Flaws (Acoustic)
Bastille - Flaws - Acoustic (64,842)

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all of us are guilty, all of us are lost.

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bookelfe:

The Roaring Twenties

A map of NYC in the 1920s sorted by CRANKY NOISE COMPLAINTS.  Click on a noise complaint, you get a description and also usually archival sound or video to go with it.  COOLEST/NERDIEST THING I’VE SEEN ALL WEEK. 


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mapsbynik:

Nobody lives here: The nearly 5 million Census Blocks with zero population
A Block is the smallest area unit used by the U.S. Census Bureau for tabulating statistics. As of the 2010 census, the United States consists of 11,078,300 Census Blocks. Of them, 4,871,270 blocks totaling 4.61 million square kilometers were reported to have no population living inside them. Despite having a population of more than 310 million people, 47 percent of the USA remains unoccupied.
Green shading indicates unoccupied Census Blocks. A single inhabitant is enough to omit a block from shading.

mapsbynik:

Nobody lives here: The nearly 5 million Census Blocks with zero population

A Block is the smallest area unit used by the U.S. Census Bureau for tabulating statistics. As of the 2010 census, the United States consists of 11,078,300 Census Blocks. Of them, 4,871,270 blocks totaling 4.61 million square kilometers were reported to have no population living inside them. Despite having a population of more than 310 million people, 47 percent of the USA remains unoccupied.

Green shading indicates unoccupied Census Blocks. A single inhabitant is enough to omit a block from shading.


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vikingpussy:

Slurs are not just “bad words”. They’re part of systemic dehumanization of entire groups of people who are and have historically been subjugated and hated just for being alive.


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mydrunkyoutube:

dear people complaining about how Gus is a pretentious asshole in the new tfios clip… no shit. amazing. 

mydrunkyoutube:

dear people complaining about how Gus is a pretentious asshole in the new tfios clip… no shit. amazing. 


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captainmjolnir:

People criticizing TFIOS because Gus sounds pretentious???

that was the point???

like literally at his fake funeral his best friend talks about how fucking pretentious he is and how annoying it was???

It was one of his character flaws? He was deliberately written that way?

You’re not being clever or critical by pointing it out, you are literally stating a fact about the novel that the author deliberately wrote


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sansasturk:

olenna tyrell: killing a man at a wedding? that’s horrid! what sort of monster would do such a thing? *looks at the camera like she’s on the office*


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ging-ler:

disneysfrozenguy:

emmasdisneyworld:

It was an awkward ride home after unmasking the mastermind

Emma, I love you so much right now.

At first I didn’t realize what was different about this

ging-ler:

disneysfrozenguy:

emmasdisneyworld:

It was an awkward ride home after unmasking the mastermind

Emma, I love you so much right now.

At first I didn’t realize what was different about this


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Brienne’s story is an adaptation of a traditionally male narrative, one that usually sidelines or victimizes female characters. She swears fealty to a woman, as male knights swear to their liege lord, because she respects that woman’s strength, her bravery and her kindness. She goes on a quest to save the beautiful maiden, but not to marry her or benefit from the quest in any way, but to return her to her mother. Because she cares for Catelyn, and because it is the right thing to do. It is a story of a woman, rescuing a woman, for the sake of another woman. It is a rare story where the mother, the young girl and the shieldmaiden are all given equal weight and worth. Brienne, despite taking on many stereotypically male traits, is not “one of the boys” or in any way dismissive of her gender as a group. She does not fit into the role that society has assigned for her, but she does not disparage those who do. She uses her strength and her skill to respect and help other women in ways that most men in Westeros would never even think to attempt, because she understands, more than any other knight, that women are truly worth something as individuals.
— Rhiannon, There are No True Knights: Brienne of Tarth (feministfiction.com)

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…the point is NOT that Veronica chooses Logan over Piz, or even that she chooses Neptune over NYC, but that Veronica chooses her true self over the one that society claims is “best” for her.
Anna Verity, feminist VMars scholar (via rachelfershleiser)