adumbrant said: I ship you with bananas (not the tumblr user, the fruit)

afro-dominicano:



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otfilms:

Hugo (2011)

otfilms:

Hugo (2011)

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  Einstein: Weeeeeeeeeeeehehehehehheeeehehhuehuehuehuehue

Einstein: Weeeeeeeeeeeehehehehehheeeehehhuehuehuehuehue

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because-rhysons:

aparselmouthspatronous:

dangerhamster:

HIS DYING GIFT WAS TO GET JACK LAID

ULTIMATE BROS

friendly reminder that in jack’s timeline this is just after Ianto dies

that’s not a fucking friendly reminder ;-;

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So I just heard a guy say he has a STD or slobbish tendency disorder… Made my day.

4gifs:

Bulldog surprised when his ball trick works. [vid]

4gifs:

Bulldog surprised when his ball trick works. [vid]

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egberts:

wikeni:

kanmae-west:

nymph-in-the-yellow-dress:

egberts:

spooktre:

egberts:

minute and minute shouldn’t be spelled the same

im not content with this content

i object to that object

I need to read what I read again

Excuse me but there’s no excuse for this

Someone should wind this post up and throw it in the wind

i hope you dont mind but you just fucked with my mind

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Is the only principle at “stake in this trial” whether a white person will even be charged with murder in Florida for killing a black person? Whether a Jury of mainly white people managed to even grasp that it might be a bad idea for men to shoot up cars full of teenagers? That’s setting the bar for our principles as a people really pretty low. In addition it matters to me, and it should matter to all of us, that the Jury basically was forced to accept the notion that Dunn’s only real crime was shooting up a vehicle and nearly killing lots of kids—that actually killing the kid he claimed to be aiming at was, in some sense, justifiable because a black child—and I have a 17 year old who I still consider a child—is considered so naturally, culturally, dangerous that Dunn can claim to be in fear for his life regardless of the actual circumstances of the shooting. If Dunn had asserted that all the kids were armed would he have gotten off even for shooting blindly into the car? Florida’s SYG law is a horrendous, destructive, immoral law and as a country we ought to be protesting it. Under it, as far as I can see, a lunatic gun owner is immunized from his actions even if his actions are based on a complete misapprhension of the situation. If an armed paranoid hears a car backfire is he legally immunized against shooting up the car and its occupants? If Adam Lanza walked into a highschool and opened fire on the teenagers there and survived to claim that he was in fear for his life because, obviously, teenagers…am I right? would the state of Florida charge him?
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