kokoro-beat:


Long Exposure shot of a rocket launch.

Harmonic Convergence  

kokoro-beat:

Long Exposure shot of a rocket launch.

Harmonic Convergence  

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korranation:

gretlusky:

Precious characters. 

I hope to do something similar with Korra

love these + can’t wait to see the lok characters

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waynesworld1992:

waynesworld1992:

my anaconda dont want none unless u got nugs hun

image

signal boost this post

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auwa:

friendly reminder: owning up to, learning from, and apologizing for your mistakes can go a long way

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collababortion:

kittydoom:

salon:

We dare you to say we don’t live in a rape culture.

Amazingly, not The Onion:

“[W]e now have young men telling Bloomberg News that they basically view their female peers as rape bombs just waiting to explode and ruin their lives.”

I REPEAT: THIS IS NOT THE ONION

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starscreamsswayinghips:

valeria2067:

itscolossal:

A Swirling Willow Figure Rises from the Grounds of Shambellie House in Scotland

I AM GROOT

I FUCKING KNEW THERE WOULD BE “I AM GROOT” ON THIS BECAUSE THAT’S THE FIRST THING I THOUGHT.

starscreamsswayinghips:

valeria2067:

itscolossal:

A Swirling Willow Figure Rises from the Grounds of Shambellie House in Scotland

I AM GROOT

I FUCKING KNEW THERE WOULD BE “I AM GROOT” ON THIS BECAUSE THAT’S THE FIRST THING I THOUGHT.

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An Open Letter to Aaron Diaz

magnoliapearl:

Dear Aaron Diaz,

Over the past few days we’ve already exchanged some words about this. I reblogged Mary’s comic lampooning your comic (and others like it), expressing my approval of its message. I also subtweeted your work fairly obviously. We are friendly acquaintances and…

raise-your-consciousness:

yarrahs-life:

falulu:

bootyscientist:

step-into-your-skin:

Apparently there’s a pro-officer Wilson rally going on today, and someone’s carrying a sign that says “innocent until proven guilty” in support of Wilson.
That seems ridiculously ironic. Shouldn’t Mike Brown have been given that kind of consideration and been seen as innocent as well? But instead, Wilson played judge and executioner.

Notice what skin color all these protestors share. It’s not a coincidence.

They won’t get pepper sprayed or anything though

^^^ bam

yeah this is a rally, remember, not a riot

raise-your-consciousness:

yarrahs-life:

falulu:

bootyscientist:

step-into-your-skin:

Apparently there’s a pro-officer Wilson rally going on today, and someone’s carrying a sign that says “innocent until proven guilty” in support of Wilson.

That seems ridiculously ironic. Shouldn’t Mike Brown have been given that kind of consideration and been seen as innocent as well? But instead, Wilson played judge and executioner.

Notice what skin color all these protestors share. It’s not a coincidence.

They won’t get pepper sprayed or anything though

^^^ bam

yeah this is a rally, remember, not a riot

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RUMOR - Smash Bros. 3DS/Wii U leaks came from within NoA

precumming:

- Nintendo have identified the leaker
- the leaker has been fired and is being sued.
- he was an employee of NoA who was sending materials to the ESRB
- the leaker still has a copy of the Smash Bros 3DS game in his possession
- he also has one of the 3DS systems used for internal ratings

u know sakurai is gonna rip his head off

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NY Times Writer Admits He Made Big Michael Brown Mistake

invisiblelad:

(Huffington Post) The writer of a much-maligned New York Times article about Michael Brown admitted on Monday that he had made a mistake when he described the slain teenager as “no angel.”

Those two words that John Eligon chose, along with a series of of descriptions about Brown’s “dabbling” with drugs, alcohol and rap music, set off a scorching round of criticism for the way the paper had characterized Brown. The Times dug an even deeper hole for itself by writing a concurrent article about Darren Wilson, the man who killed Brown, in which Wilson was described as a “well-mannered, relatively soft-spoken, even bland person.” Many said that the contrast seemed to fit a pattern in which black victims of crime are maligned in the media.

Lawrence O’Donnell’s send up of this article is freaking legendary, people. 

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