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I’m lighthearted, but never silly; Modest, but not lacking in confidence.
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    viergacht:

    libertarirynn:

    kurtwagnermorelikekurtwagnerd:

    blood-in-the-moonlight:

    why are people mean to Steve Buscemi?  People literally go to live events and tell him he’s ugly and freaky to his face.  Why would you ever do that? Steve Buscemi has never done anything to you.  Steve Buscemi is really nice.  He does volunteer work.  He used be a firefighter.  He was the best man at Stanley Tucci’s wedding.  There is literally no reason to be mean to Steve Buscemi.

    steve buscemi was piloting his own helicopter and airlifting people out of hurricane katrina’s aftermath before the national guard even showed up he’s such a good dude

    Always reblog for good guy Steve Buscemi.

    immediately after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York in September 2001 Buscemi returned to Engine Co. 55 and spent several days working lengthy shifts with other FDNY firefighters (without publicity), helping to sift through the rubble of the destroyed World Trade Center:


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    weavemama:

    weavemama:

    weavemama:

    a bomb went off at an Ariana grande concert in Manchester England and about 20 people have been confirmed dead SO FAR……. please boost this so people around that area would know that the Holiday Inn is now taking in minors who might be in danger…..

    source for this horrible tragedy: http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/22/europe/manchester-arena-incident/index.html?sr=twCNN052217manchester-arena-incident1130PMVODtopVideo&linkId=37892781

    keep in mind a lot of Ariana grande fans who attended that concert are minors so this information is EXTREMELY VITAL


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    there-was-a-girl:

    scienceyoucanlove:

    Dr. Jane Goodall’s mother Vanne was in constant support of Jane from early childhood, encouraging Jane’s imagination and investigation of the natural world. These mentors, teachers, and friends help us be our best selves. Show them how much they mean to you!

    “If I were a bird that needs feathers to fly higher, my mother would be my strongest feather. She was extremely supportive. When I was one and a half, I took a whole handful of earthworms to bed with me. My mother said very quietly, ‘Jane, they will die if they leave the earth.’ And so, together, we put them back into the garden.”

    Source: Dr. Jane Goodall Facebook page

    Anyone have any good biographical books or videos about Jane? PM me some good stuff!


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  • 05/22/17--19:46: ioseee: Unfrozen javelina.








  • ioseee:

    Unfrozen javelina.


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    teenievel:

    Demelza in season 1


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    pagewoman:

    Devizes Castle, Wiltshire, England built in 1120


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    “Because maybe I don’t want to leave the planet invisible. Maybe I need at least one person to remember something about me.”

    - Carol Rifka Brunt,Tell the Wolves I’m Home
    (via kushandwizdom)

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    osanzo:

    me when anything even remotely inconvenient happens


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    lavenderenergy:

    For many, 

  • their value as a woman is tied up in being a peacemaker, 
  • in being a fixer of problems, in being “nice,”
  • even at a cost to themselves. 
  • “I’ve done this,” these women said. “I’ve stayed.” “I’ve even made breakfast for the guy.”

    It’s been documented time and again 

    • by psychologists and counselors who work with assault survivors:
    • in reaction to trauma, 
    • many women will do things they later regret 
    • because they felt somehow compelled to“be nice.”

    It’s a bit of social conditioning – be deferential, fix problems, avoid conflict at all costs – that keeps women uniquely vulnerable as they recriminate themselves for things that aren’t their fault. 

    Even though no one, but rapists, are to blame for rape, 

    • many women carry their pacifist conditioning 
    • over into the aftermath of sexual assault, 
    • especially when they know the attacker: 
  • Maybe I’m overreacting? 
  • Maybe I misinterpreted? 
  • Maybe it was me?
  • Zosia Bielski,

      How Politeness Conditioning Can Lead To Confusion About Sexual Assaults


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    sheholdsyoucaptivated:

    Giorgio Armani Spring 2002 RTW


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    felitomkinson:

    bitchycode:

    roses are red, i’m going to bed

    #violets are blue #damn bitch me too


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    “She had a big love inside her, and she needed to give it.”

    - Jeanne DuPrau, The Prophet of Yonwood
    (via kushandwizdom)

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    hummus-troyler:

    enemy-stand:

    ahlazers:

    you know how much pressure there is on girls to be good at every video game they play, because if they fuck up once there’s going to be a heck of a lot of people saying how girls suck and how they shouldn’t play video games 

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    THIS THIS THIS
    THIS THING RIGHT HERE IS DA SHIT MAN


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    witchmatron:

    ok what if there were nightclubs that instead of being dark and full of techno music were warmly lit and played classical music and everyone came dressed really nice and ballroom danced