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the10or:

Convenience Store Musical by Tall Hall.

No change, no gum.

(also HI TONY????)

38 minutes ago on September 18th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE
yellowtiefellow:

Keep Up the Good Work - Bob Barker

yellowtiefellow:

Keep Up the Good Work - Bob Barker

41 minutes ago on September 18th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE

stargates:

why is this so hard

45 minutes ago on September 18th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE
47 minutes ago on September 18th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE
1 hour ago on September 18th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE
thesylverlining:

glockgal:

madlori:

Women firefighters douse flames during the Pearl Harbor attack.

Oh hay look women of colour were an integral part of the ‘cool’ part of history too, how about that.  They were like. Doing stuff that supposedly only heroic white dudes had done. That makes women valid participants in collective history now, right? Right? This is in high school history books now, right? Right? Huh?

It reminds me of that one famous painting/sculpture of the soldiers raising the flag
I like this one a lot better.

thesylverlining:

glockgal:

madlori:

Women firefighters douse flames during the Pearl Harbor attack.

Oh hay look women of colour were an integral part of the ‘cool’ part of history too, how about that.  They were like. Doing stuff that supposedly only heroic white dudes had done. That makes women valid participants in collective history now, right? Right? This is in high school history books now, right? Right? Huh?

It reminds me of that one famous painting/sculpture of the soldiers raising the flag

I like this one a lot better.

1 hour ago on September 18th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE

theperksofdefloweringawall:

notyourexrotic:

kitten-pants:

tinasus:

notyourexrotic:

HP Goblet of Fire Headcanon: Beauxbatons was primarily a Muslim wizarding school.

(photo from livesandliesofwizards, which was the first thing I thought of when I ran into this passage while rereading the Harry Potter books)

(and yes I know the horses drink whisky, which is not exactly halal, sshhh)

Its was french. It s
Was so clearly french.

Literally French. …….

….
.

Because French Muslims do not exist and no Muslims ever speak French and Muslim schools don’t exist in France and if they do they must be really shitty and there are no key Muslim educators in France at all and there’s never been any history of Islamic culture and politics in the Pottermore-confirmed Pyreenes, nooooooo, it is très impossible! Astagfirrulah!

except…NO.

learn some fuckin’ social studies and history and current affairs, people.

oh my god france has the biggest muslim population IN EUROPE

ive been studying french for 6 years and at the oral exam i have to do at the end of the year we have to talk about an intrinsically french issue

one of the recommended issues is “the difficulties in the life of a muslim girl in france”

thats how muslim France is 

1 hour ago on September 18th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE

SEPTEMBER 19 IS INTERNATIONAL BOX GHOST DAY

ALERT ALERT!!! TOMORROW (September 19) IS INTERNATIONAL BOX GHOST DAY PLEASE PREPARE FOR THE CELEBRATION OF ALL THINGS CARDBOARD AND SQUARE

1 hour ago on September 18th, 2014 |J
1 day ago on September 17th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE

I love my skin!

1 day ago on September 16th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE

austinkleon:

Edward Gorey’s covers for Doubleday Anchor Paperbacks

From goreyography.com:

In April 1953, Anchor opened up a new market for paperbacks: the “serious” or academic book. They were the brainchild of twenty-five year old Jason Epstein who convinced Doubleday of the market need for such books in paper editions particularly suited for college use. Epstein’s research so impressed the Doubleday executives that they created such a line and made him editor. The format was the same as the taller mass market size (Signet, Ballantine, etc.), but higher in price: 65¢ to $1.45. Anchor was well received from the start, reaching a mass audience through trade book outlets, campus bookstores and some drugstores. And they had Edward Gorey in charge of the covers.

As art editor, Gorey was responsible for the total cover package, supplying the lettering, typography and design layouts. Often other artist contributed the actual illustration: Leonard Baskin, Milton Glaser, Philippe Julian and even Andy Warhol; but Gorey then designed the finished product lending a uniform appearance to the whole line.

Gorey worked in this capacity from 1953 until 1960, a period which roughly corresponds with Anchor’s first two hundred titles. About a fourth of these have line drawn covers by Gorey. He also designed various covers for Vintage, Capricorn, Compass and other publications that followed Anchor’s lead.

Browse a wonderful set of these covers on Flickr→

Filed under: Edward Gorey

2 days ago on September 16th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE

Alternate Gerald Gillums

siriusdanger:

quickermorequickly:

Young Gerald is cold: G-Freazy

Young Gerald going commando: G-Breazy

Young Gerald has something in his nose: G-Sneazy

Young Gerald cooks a dinner rich in vitamins: G-Peazy

Young Gerald makes lemonade: G-Squeazy

Young Gerald morphs into Kanye West: G-Yeezy

Young Gerald ran really fast and now he’s out of breath: G-Wheazy

Young Gerald makes a law: G-Decreazy

Young Gerald is a locksmith: G-Keazy

Young Gerald the talk of the town: G-Beeskneazy

Young Gerald saves 15% or more by switching to Geico: G-Lowfeazy

Young Gerald has many promiscuous relations: G-Sleazy 

Young Gerald got canola oil all over his hands: G-Greazy

Young Gerald sets a bad example by making fun of a kid: G-Teazy

Young Gerald gets seasick: G-Queazy

Young Gerald goes to a small European island nation: G-Malteazy

Young Gerald plays with too many dogs at the pound: G-Fleazy

Young Gerald uses his manners: G-Pleazy

2 days ago on September 16th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE

Alternate Gerald Gillums

Young Gerald is cold: G-Freazy

Young Gerald going commando: G-Breazy

Young Gerald has something in his nose: G-Sneazy

Young Gerald cooks a dinner rich in vitamins: G-Peazy

Young Gerald makes lemonade: G-Squeazy

Young Gerald morphs into Kanye West: G-Yeezy

Young Gerald ran really fast and now he’s out of breath: G-Wheazy

Young Gerald makes a law: G-Decreazy

2 days ago on September 16th, 2014 |J
bringing-the-thunder:

builttobulk:

onlyfitgirls:

Ha’a Keaulana runs across the ocean floor with a 50 pound boulder. They do this as training to survive the massive surf waves of winter. She learned her amazing skills from her dad, legendary waterman #briankeaulana and her Grandpa, #Buffalo. I was very humbled to learn from the Hawaiians who have salt water running through their veins. Mahalo Nui Loa. Please stay tuned for our upcoming story on the Hawaiian surfing culture. 
Shared of @natgeo  

This is just.. Super impressive.

check those musclez

bringing-the-thunder:

builttobulk:

onlyfitgirls:

Ha’a Keaulana runs across the ocean floor with a 50 pound boulder. They do this as training to survive the massive surf waves of winter. She learned her amazing skills from her dad, legendary waterman #briankeaulana and her Grandpa, #Buffalo. I was very humbled to learn from the Hawaiians who have salt water running through their veins. Mahalo Nui Loa. Please stay tuned for our upcoming story on the Hawaiian surfing culture. 

Shared of @natgeo  

This is just.. Super impressive.

check those musclez

3 days ago on September 15th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE
christopher-whitelaw:

spooky mingos

christopher-whitelaw:

spooky mingos

6 days ago on September 12th, 2014 |J |VIA -SOURCE