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postcardsfromneverland:

Tower of Terror Ghosts by Colin Carroll (Sonny Eclipse)

1. “Hi Mom!” on October 1, 2005 (first SNL episode)

2. “Hi Maggie!” on May 6, 2006 (after their wedding)

3. “Hi Maggie, hi Hannah!” on October 10, 2009 (after Hannah’s birth)

4. “Hi Maggie, [hi Hannah], hi Harper!” on September 15, 2012 (after Harper’s birth)

5. “Hi Maggie, hi Hannah, hi Harper!” on May 18, 2013 (last SNL episode)

6. “Goodnight Maggie, goodnight Hannah, goodnight Harper!” on October 11, 2014 (appearance as host)

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MY PONCHO BOYS

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Peter Jackson, Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg behind the scenes of Hot Fuzz (2007)

Peter Jackson, Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg behind the scenes of Hot Fuzz (2007)

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wannabeanimator:

Walt Disney Animation Studios | 1937 - 2014

After seeing this post, I decided to make this. The “Experimental” era is usually referred to as Post-Renaissance. I imagine the Revival is going to continue through this decade. 2015 and beyond films listed are: (left to right) Zootopia, Giants, and Moana.

If you want to read more about each era and how they got their names, click here.

quasi-normalcy:

harrypottersmum:

Remember when Snape made fun of the size of a teenage girls teeth and she subsequently chose to change them so they were permanently smaller? What a hero. 

Remember when Snape abused a thirteen year-old student (whose parents had been tortured to the point that they didn’t even recognize him) so much that he was more afraid of him than he was of anything else in the world? Bravest man I’ve ever known.

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helllohurricane:

verbalvomits:

thecatalier:

The diamond cutter

SO NOW EVERYONE THINKS MARCHING BAND IS COOL

This is seriously the coolest drill I’ve ever seen

Every Tina Fey magazine cover [+1 Liz Lemon]

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Isn’t it true that the Framers made sure that the Executive branch was the weakest of the 3 branches? I mean, isn’t that why the legislative branch, or “The People’s Branch”, is the most powerful?

THIS EPISODE

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Anonymous said: Don't confused 'oppression' with 'first world problems', it's a rookie error among feminists.

feministbatwoman:

debrides:

thehenaproject:

cherrispryte:

feministbatwoman:

Wow, okay buddy, you’re BEGGING for a takedown here. 

First world problems? Not a thing. People who say shit like “first world problems” are massive racist, imperialist, dismissive assholes. 

If you’re ever tempted to say “first world problems,” do me a favor, and pull down a map. Tell me EXACTLY where the “third world” is. Make sure you correctly identify Switzerland as part of the third world, and Turkey as part of the First World. Don’t forget that Djibouti is a part of the first world. 

Literally sit down and learn what “third world” means and why people from nonwestern nations  think it’s a total bullshit term. 

Second: you think people in the so-called third world don’t care about shit like makeup, and love, and technology? You think they don’t care about internet harassment? You think women over there don’t care about street harassment? You think they don’t care about fashion and clothes? You think they don’t care about music and video games?

Because THEY DO. 

Right now, there is a woman in burundi teaching herself how to do a cut-crease eyeshadow look. Guaranteed. 

"Third world" nations have fashion shows and fashion magazines. They care about street harassment. They care about the internet. They play video games. They know more about anime than your sorry ass every will. And the idea of "first world problems," which makes it sound like all women in "third world" nations are dealing with starvation, rape, war, acid attacks etc. 

Is bullshit.

Rank. 

Bullshit. 

Women in Iran spend shitloads of money on makeup. Women in the DRC don’t just care about rape. Rape - the ONE THING westerners can be expected to know about women in Congo-Kinshasa - ranks NUMBER FOUR on the list of issues women in Congo want addressed. Political participation is number 1. Economic empowerment is number 2. Women in India are passionate about information technology, and you know what they hate? Coming to the United States, where Indian women in STEM are suddenly considered LESS GOOD than their male colleagues.  My friends in Senegal taught ME how to download movies off the internet. Zimbabwe has a fashion week. 

As Teju Coal points out: 

"I don’t like this expression "First World problems." It is false and it is condescending. Yes, Nigerians struggle with floods or infant mortality. But these same Nigerians also deal with mundane and seemingly luxurious hassles. Connectivity issues on your BlackBerry, cost of car repair, how to sync your iPad, what brand of noodles to buy: Third World problems. All the silly stuff of life doesn’t disappear just because you’re black and live in a poorer country. People in the richer nations need a more robust sense of the lives being lived in the darker nations. Here’s a First World problem: the inability to see that others are as fully complex and as keen on technology and pleasure as you are.

One event that illustrated the gap between the Africa of conjecture and the real Africa was the BlackBerry outage of a few weeks ago. Who would have thought Research In Motion’s technical issues would cause so much annoyance and inconvenience in a place like Lagos? But of course it did, because people don’t wake up with “poor African” pasted on their foreheads. They live as citizens of the modern world. None of this is to deny the existence of social stratification and elite structures here. There are lifestyles of the rich and famous, sure. But the interesting thing about modern technology is how socially mobile it is—quite literally. Everyone in Lagos has a phone.” 

95% of the people who use bullshit expressions like “First world problems” have NO IDEA what life is like for people in the so-called third world. You just like sitting there derailing. 

And for the record? As a white, western feminist, DAMN RIGHT I concentrate on issues in the United States. Because when white western feminists try to “save” women outside the west? We do a SHIT job of it. We’re the ones who bowl over actual congolese women, and what THEY want, and say that the #1 issue affecting them is rape. We become arms of the imperialist patriarchal complex. 

Classic example: the guy who was ruling Egypt for the British got british feminists to help him in his anti-headscarf campaign in Egypt. Why did he hate headscarves? Because he wanted to *break the spirit* of Egyptians. Not because he gave a shit about women’s rights. 
How do I know that? 
Because he was the head of the anti-women’s-suffrage group in England. 

When women who live outside the west do awesome things, I will signal-boost them, and I will do whatever they think I can do to help. But I follow their lead. Because these are THEIR issues, and THEY know what matters to them. Not me. 

FINALLY: My problems are not trivial. My problems are not bullshit. My problems are not to be dismissed with your racist, imperialist logic. Dress codes and makeup and music and books and video games MATTER. They matter to me. They matter to my life. 

So fuck you. 

And fuck your assumptions. 

And maybe consider that YOUR first world problem? 
Is that you can’t “see that others are as fully complex and as keen on technology and pleasure as you are.” 

::stands up and applauds this response::

Have I blogged this before? Still bears repeating.

+ issues like #rape, #domestic violence, drought, etc, are serious problems in the “First world” as well.  Poverty is a problem in the U.S. There are children starving and being shot by the police without justice in the U.S. Like…„

cypheroftyr just reblogged my post, and suddenly, all the terrible anons are worth it. 

I’ve got a big crush on Santino Fontana in a major way and I can’t control it 

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kat-blaque:

josephrosalie:

hermionejg:

grimgrinninggoats:

terfosaurus-rex:

thegendercritic:

Gender is a hierarchy.  Gender is oppression. 

funny how dudes that don’t even question suffrage don’t realize they are recycling the same boring ass arguments as anti-suffrage males from back in the day

"Nobody loves me. Guess I’ll be a suffragette" is just "Feminists are ugly" from a century ago

WHAT WILL MEN WEAR WHEN WOMEN WEAR TROUSERS IS MY NEW FAVOURITE THING AND I WANT A POSTER IN MY ROOM TO LOOK AT EVERY SINGLE DAY.

The suffragette chicken omg 💕💕💕

i kinda want/need these posters. They’re all terrible to me. ahah. 

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breadprincess:

So the Mormon Church just put out this video about temple robes (the special religious robes we wear inside the temple) and temple garments (what a lot of people refer to as “magic underwear”) and this is a really, REALLY big thing. They’ve never publicly shown images of these things to non-members before, and the video explains why these articles of clothing are so important to us. Naveen and I have gotten a lot of crap from well-meaning non-member friends and family about our “weird underwear” so I thought I’d post this and help get rid of some of the mystery and ignorance about this particular subject.