2.13.14.

(Source: idigfilm, via deipno)

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4.25.13.
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4.23.13.

goodbye friends i am gone

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*sobs quietly*

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4.23.13.

superwholockmervenger:

☼ Hufflepuff Common Room

“It was round, earthy and low-ceilinged; it always felt sunny, and its circular windows had a view of rippling grass and dandelions. There was a lot of burnished copper about the place, and many plants, which either hang from the ceiling or sat on the windowsills. The overstuffed sofas and chairs were upholstered in yellow and black, and the dormitories were reached through round doors in the walls of the common room. Copper lamps cast a warm light over the four-poster beds, which were covered in patchwork quilts, and small copper bed warmers hung on the walls, in case of cold feet.”

(Source: superwherelock, via unbadger)

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4.23.13.

*softly hums “the world does not revolve around you”*

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4.23.13.
seriouslyamerica:

caraobrien:

pubhealth:

Look How Quickly the U.S. Got Fat (1985-2010 Animated Map)
25 brief, delicious year.

(From The Atlantic)

I was born in ‘85. Interesting to see just how fast things have changed.

Okay, cool graphic. But can we stop the bullshit discussions about how this is because people are too lazy to take care of their bodies? Can we finally address the ACTUAL root causes of this, like poverty (causing people to have no money for fresh foods, and NO TIME to prepare it because working three jobs is necessary just to pay the rent), food deserts (no access to healthy food), and lack of education (no, not that people think a Big Mac is healthy, but that they literally do not know how to cook and store food, because that’s something parents often teach and they have no time to do so - see above)?
Can we talk about how processed food is considerably cheaper and INFINITELY more convenient for working people than fresh food? Can we talk about how most agricultural subsidies underwrite the cost of processed food? Can we talk about the way physical education is being cut from schools all over the country, and many after-school sports are making the transition from free for all to pay-to-play? Can we talk about how free of charge safe places for children (and adults) to exercise are more and more scarce, especially in urban areas?
Can we talk about how BMI, the formula used to measure “obesity rates,” is patently unscientific and absurd? And for the love of all that is good in the world, can we finally talk about how you can be healthy and obese at the same time?
No, of course not. Because then we’d have to stop shaming people for their bodies - fuck off, Atlantic.

seriouslyamerica:

caraobrien:

pubhealth:

Look How Quickly the U.S. Got Fat (1985-2010 Animated Map)

25 brief, delicious year.

I was born in ‘85. Interesting to see just how fast things have changed.

Okay, cool graphic. But can we stop the bullshit discussions about how this is because people are too lazy to take care of their bodies? Can we finally address the ACTUAL root causes of this, like poverty (causing people to have no money for fresh foods, and NO TIME to prepare it because working three jobs is necessary just to pay the rent), food deserts (no access to healthy food), and lack of education (no, not that people think a Big Mac is healthy, but that they literally do not know how to cook and store food, because that’s something parents often teach and they have no time to do so - see above)?

Can we talk about how processed food is considerably cheaper and INFINITELY more convenient for working people than fresh food? Can we talk about how most agricultural subsidies underwrite the cost of processed food? Can we talk about the way physical education is being cut from schools all over the country, and many after-school sports are making the transition from free for all to pay-to-play? Can we talk about how free of charge safe places for children (and adults) to exercise are more and more scarce, especially in urban areas?

Can we talk about how BMI, the formula used to measure “obesity rates,” is patently unscientific and absurd? And for the love of all that is good in the world, can we finally talk about how you can be healthy and obese at the same time?

No, of course not. Because then we’d have to stop shaming people for their bodies - fuck off, Atlantic.

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4.23.13.
spnmythologygeek:

offishwhite:

I can’t even… I’m still in shock.

What? You think he gets hair product privileges in prison?

spnmythologygeek:

offishwhite:

I can’t even… I’m still in shock.

What? You think he gets hair product privileges in prison?

(via tom-sits-like-a-whore)

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4.23.13.

Murder in France: theneonmark: alexandrefelixdarnay: theneonmark: lilyrosethedreamer:... »

lilyrosethedreamer:

laalratty:

lilyrosethedreamer:

theneonmark:

theneonmark:

alexandrefelixdarnay:

theneonmark:

lilyrosethedreamer:

theneonmark:

Loki’s gonna die
Sif’s gonna die
Jane’s gonna die
Frigga’s gonna die

everyone’s gonna die

Lots of Death All Round

Starring every fandom on Tumblr ever.

now it’s looking like Odin’s…

when lupin and tonks died i vomited, sobbed, and couldn’t eat for a week

i don’t want that to happen again

I feel slightly strange compared to you guys. I get very sad when characters I like die, but I don’t react like you do. I’m almost emotionless compared to you guys. Maybe it’s because I know they’re not real.

When Ianto from Torchwood died I couldn’t sleep properly for a couple of days. A friend and I were sobbing down the phone to each other. Character love is strange.

Well, the only time I ever cried for a character was actually a well-written Flash fic starring Bart Allen. He had to give up his daughter for adoption and that scene really spoke to me for some reason. I felt his pain and cried in the same way he did.

I don’t think it has anything to say about not loving the character, if you don’t have those sorts of severe reactions—there are a whole bunch of different aspects that make a person more emotional over somebody or a character they’ve connected with.

Me, I’m depressed as all fuck and Lupin and Tonks were my stand in parents during a really bad time in my life. They came to me in dreams every night to take care of me. So losing them was like losing a family member. Loki’s started to make me feel in a similar way during a hellish college experience, and that makes me worry for my own sanity if he dies.

Sometimes it’s better to have your sorts of reactions.

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4.23.13.

Transgender woman arrested for wearing sheer top, jailed with men. »

daggerpen:

I just.

You arrest her because her top is too sheer and shows her nipples, something that is only a crime for women.

And then you jail her as a man.

Fucking fuck.

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