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June 28 2017

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The Body Shapes of the World’s Best Athletes Compared Side By Side

Health and fitness comes in all shapes and sizes. Every single one of these athletes is a certified bad-ass.

I’ve posted this before but it’s worth reblogging!

Just a reminder - if you’re drawing a team superhero book and more than one of your characters has the same build YOU’RE DOING IT ALL WRONG

Always reblog

This is excellent.

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The drinks at the Falcs Family BBQ were very strong and there are so many people who need to know about Eric Richard Bittle.

“How’d you ask your boyfriend out?”

Jack: well everybody texts nowadays. so

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Same height party



imagine walking in and being taller than the standard height and everyone groans because they have to change into taller shoes



mario would be a much better - at least, more stable - partner than sonic lets be real

marriage with mario would be a completely loveless affair.  you come home from work, the sole breadwinner of your family.  your husband has done nothing but go around town having fun, partying with his friends, and meanwhile youre busting your ass so he can afford more go-karts.  at the very least, he makes good italian food… but the stench of tomato sauce is beginning to nauseate you. 

one night, you see a text from “Peach” pop up on his phone.  he hides it and runs out the door, saying something about finding a princess.  you sigh.  but now, hes out of the house… you put on your bathrobe, get a bucket of ice cream out of the freezer, and pop sonic adventure 2 into the dreamcast you keep hidden behind your old college portfolio.  

you dream of how it could have gone.

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Peace And Balance

I want these for my room

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Lupita Nyong’o |  Photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Vogue, October 2015

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Stephanie Beatriz – Regard Magazine Issue 41 Spring 2017



The Percy Jackson & the Olympians series would have been 70% funnier if Percy referred to Kronos as “Grandpa”

Okay but that would’ve been a perfect way to get around the whole “names are powerful” thing PJO used/uses to avoid spoilers. Like, the main reason that rule exists is because supposedly saying a thing’s name can invoke their attention and wrath (and because we’re not supposed to know the bad guy’s name so early in the plot). It would’ve been hilarious if Percy just stopped and said, “Alright, can’t call him Kronos? He’s grandpa now.” And they just go the entire series doing that.

“Okay so Beckendorf and I are going to blow up Grandpa’s ship. If we’re lucky, we’ll punch him in the face on the way.”

“Rachel just hit Grandpa in the face with a blue hairbrush.”

“Percy,” Chiron said cautiously, “You really should not underestimate Grandpa, he is the lord of time, you know.”

And the whole time Kronos is just. Furious because nobody is saying his name, and that’s making it a whole lot harder to know what’s actually going on among his enemies.

Bonus points for Percy using it as a way to insult gods without them knowing: “Uncle Z’s a piece of shit.”

June 27 2017


You know you’ve really reached adulthood when you start having opinions about grocery stores.

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Otabek ( ¬_¬)  Altin

Welcome To The Madness || ユーリ!!! on ICE - BD/DVD 6

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If I wanted that I’d just watch the show

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Robert Downey Jr on dad!Tony trying to do his best looking out for Spidey in Homecoming 


i worry that the way we talk about stonewall decontextualizes the event itself - that saying “the first pride was a riot” implicitly disconnects the raid on stonewall from the fact that similar raids on gay bars had been happening for decades prior, and that lgbt activists had been actively resisting police violence all the while, at the risk of their lives and livelihoods and reputations.

police oppression of gay people did not begin in 1969, and gay resistance to police oppression did not begin with the stonewall riots. that’s not to minimize the extreme importance of stonewall, of course, or the indelible contributions to our history and safety that were made by activists like sylvia rivera and marsha p. johnson and miss major griffin-gracy and stormé delarverie. but they were standing on the shoulders of decades and decades of leaders and activists who had come before them, who had fought and died and endured total brutality at the hands of homophobic police.

gay bars, as much as they were allowed to exist in the decades prior to stonewall, were persistently targeted by undercover police officers and by violent raids. in los angeles, from the mid-1940s onward, the LAPD employed out-of-work actors to pretend to be gay and infiltrate these spaces, solicit men for sex, and then book them on charges of public indecency.

the police department would give these officers quotas to meet on a weekly basis - round up and jail a certain number of homosexuals, or else. frequently, they would arrest men simply for appearing gay, or for having the bad luck to walk through a park or use a bathroom known as a gay cruising spot. this policy was a cash cow like none other, because these men would always plead guilty, would always agree to pay hefty fines in order to settle the matter and keep it quiet and avoid having their reputations ruined.

and the police would stop at nothing to bully people into pleading guilty. it was commonplace for police to handcuff their charges, shove them into the backseat of their cruisers, and then drive in circles for hours, looping to the outskirts and back, intimidating and harassing them all the way. by the time they finally pulled up at the police station and booked their charges, they would be so shaken by the abuse they’d just experienced that they’d plead guilty without a second thought, cough up whatever money they could spare in order to go free. 

in less extreme cases, police officers would simply verbally abuse the men they’d arrested, but just as often, the officers would physically beat, sexually abuse, or rape these men. oftentimes, the sexual abuse and rape would be part of the arrest itself - an officer would solicit sex from a man, the man would turn him down, and the officer would force him into sex anyway and then report that the man had initiated it.

like, this was daily fucking life for lgbt people for decades before stonewall. and fledgling gay activists fought it with everything they had, early. in 1952, the los angeles mattachine society established the Citizens Committee to Outlaw Police Entrapment after one of their founders, dale jennings, was stalked home by an officer, sexually assaulted in his own bedroom, and then booked for public indecency. rather than simply plead guilty, jennings chose to contest the charges and take them to trial - a totally unprecedented move - with the aid of socialist lawyer george shibley. and the jury voted 11-1 for acquittal, and he walked free. in 1952. seventeen years before stonewall.

but this shit kept happening, everywhere, for decades - new york city didn’t end its policy of police entrapment of lgbt citizens until the mid-1970s. and all the while, there was organized resistance. all the while, organizations like the mattachine society and street transvestite action revolutionaries fought back. 

it’s super, super convenient for heterosexual society to claim that there was just one inciting incident, and one moment of spontaneous, courageous resistance, that sparked the gay rights movement as we know it today. but we can’t fall into that trap. there were decades of brutal, violent police oppression, and there were decades of structured, well-organized resistance to that oppression. 

for a long time, the gay struggle against police violence was the only fight there was. in the late 1940s, at the dawn of formal organization, nobody was agitating for their right to live openly as gay or avoid employment discrimination or get married or adopt children. the movement emerged in opposition to the systematized detainment and torture and rape of gay people by police. 

and that is why lgbt people don’t owe the police shit, and why any police department with the audacity to demand time and space in a pride parade needs to be met with loud, unequivocal resistance. not because of one raid or one riot, but because of decades and decades of unapologetic brutality.

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I spit out my soda reading this.

Now you’re talking






somewhere between a sad psychic and an excited fortune teller is a happy medium



I knew you were gonna tag me in this. 


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I literally cannot stop thinking about this panel? like dick and wally actually watched scooby doo together in canon. whose idea was it in the first place? also imagine dick analyzing everything and getting super into it while wally side eyes him. dick trying to talk over wally’s laughter

“no but seriously the only possible explanation is for the security guard to have done it I mean -”

“dick you are taking this way too seriously chill”

“no no wally listen!! the groundskeeper didn’t even have access to -”

“dick. this is a cartoon. for kids. really small kids”

“you’re not listening to me just hear me out”

“oh my god.”

And he gets so frustrated by it that when he next goes to the Manor he makes Bruce watch it because if anyone will appreciate his theories it’s the World’s Greatest Detective.

Don’t forget watching America’s Most Wanted after he was shot in Bludhaven… 



so Tom just confirmed that the little kid in IM2 Stark Expo

 is Peter Parker x



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Terry Pratchett pulled a “the Babadook is gay” back in 1991

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