its ok to not be ready


MAYBE if u didn’t want ur son to EAT poeple u shouldnt have named him something that rhymes with cannibal u should have name him hegetarian or something

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i just realised jesus faked his death for more followers

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happy easter/4/20/sunday

  April 20, 2014 at 02:12pm

Melissa: It was a happy surprise that there were two of us because that never happens. And it’s also great that the characters are detectives who happen to be Latinas. The show cares about great characters and making it look like New York. Stephanie and I talked about this at the beginning and said, “How great is this?” We’re proud.

Stephanie: Yes, casting two women of color in the same show doesn’t happen much. And yet in the show it’s very normal, and it’s only one small part of the role. It’s not the whole part. So we’re pumped about it.

  April 20, 2014 at 12:48pm

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Continuing with tech timelines this week, here’s a close-up of the Visual Compendium of Cameras. (Click here to see the full, 100-camera-strong chart.) How many of these do you/your crazy shutterbug friend own?

Great, now get out there and get me pictures of that menace Spider-Man.

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why are people so caught up in romanticizing the past? romanticize the future. there will be robots and slightly more equality

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#words  #activism  


sick fearless bastard by Crazy Ivory

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"Too often we see female characters pitted against each other for jobs or for men. While the ladies on Brooklyn Nine-Nine are certainly competitive, they do not tear each other down or view each other as rivals. [They] are all wildly different characters, but they come together to support each other as friends and colleagues." (x)

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How Long to Steep Tea

  • Brewing a cup of tea seems like a no-brainer proposition on the outset, but as anyone who has suffered through a bitter, oversteeped cup can tell you, to do it well requires a pinch of know-how. 


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laverne cox and ellen page at the 25th annual glaad media awards

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  April 19, 2014 at 10:24pm


love these

Mulder, it’s the dim hope of finding that proof that’s kept us in this car, or one very much like it, for more nights than I care to remember. Driving hundreds if not thousands of miles through neighborhoods and cities and towns where people are raising families and buying homes and playing with their kids and their dogs, and, in short, living their lives. While we…we just keep driving.