older-aang:

baw-bee:

sophieonpage:

thegoddamazon:

I present the most badass gifset on Tumblr.

Legitimately turned on by this

This is the best thing.

Why this cartoon is the best cartoon.

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buzzfeed:

Sometimes you just need some different words (via word-stuck.tumblr.com)

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magnacarterholygrail:

nikki-freakin-fabulous:

xlivvielockex:

The Addams Family:

  • Gomez Addams: Giancarlo Esposito
  • Morticia Addams: Gina Torres
  • Uncle Fester: Kyle Massey
  • Pugsley Addams: Alexander Arzu
  • Wednesday Addams: Quvenzhané Wallis

Based on [x]

I WOULD TOTALLY WATCH THE HELL OUT OF THIS!

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brainstatic:

Never forget Mace Windu, the only remotely redeemable part of the prequels.

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S A N D   S N A K E S ➻ fake book of the houses

Dani!

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futurist-foresight:

Another look at that McKinsey report on disruptive technologies.

futuretechreport:

12 Technologies That Are Improving at Insane Speeds

Business Insider published this graphic as part of an article they did summarizing the McKinsey report which featured disruptive technologies that are impacting the global economy.

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rsurvivorrally:

vaspim2k13:

On Monday, during a parliamentary commission hearing to determine if he was a fit for the top court, he was asked whether the death penalty should be applied in cases of rape. His response?

“Consideration needs to be taken thoroughly for the imposition of death penalty for a rapist because in a rape case both the rapist and the victim enjoy it.”

I think I’m going to be sick

Pardonnez-moi?

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sofuckingkatty:

tiburongata:

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viergacht:

femmeforeverybody:

Nichelle Nichols (Uhura on the original series):”Whoopi Goldberg, she’s just marvellous. I had no way of knowing that she was a Star Trek fan. When I finally met her it was her first year on the Next Generation.

She loved the show so much and she told her agent she wants a role on Star Trek. Well agents go ‘Big screen, little screen, no, you can’t do that’. Well you can’t tell Whoopi ‘You can’t do that’.

And so they finally asked, and they had the same reaction at Star Trek office, specifically Gene. And she said, ‘I want to meet him and I want him to tell me to my face. If he tells me he doesn’t want me and why, I’ll be fine.’

Knowing Gene he had to take that challenge, and so he met with her. She said, ‘I just wanted you to tell me why you don’t want me in Star Trek.’

Gene said, ‘Well, I’ll just ask you one question and I’ll make my decision on that. You’re a big screen star, why do you want to be on a little screen, why do you want to be in Star Trek?’

And she looked at him and she said, ‘Well, it’s all Nichelle Nichols’ fault.’

That threw him, he said, ‘What do you mean?’

She said, ‘Well when I was nine years old Star Trek came on,’ and she said, ‘I looked at it and I went screaming through the house, “Come here, mum, everybody, come quick, come quick, there’s a black lady on television and she ain’t no maid!”’ And she said, ‘I knew right then and there I could be anything I wanted to be, and I want to be on Star Trek.’

And he said, ‘I’ll write you a role.’

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/st/interviews/nichols/page4.shtml

Manly tears were shed. 

The feels are strong here.

:’

She was my favorite character, too. Which just makes this doubly awesome for me.

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neil-gaiman:

Quite possibly my favourite anything of everything.
You can vote at http://time100.time.com/2013/03/28/time-100-poll/slide/neil-gaiman/

neil-gaiman:

Quite possibly my favourite anything of everything.

You can vote at http://time100.time.com/2013/03/28/time-100-poll/slide/neil-gaiman/

In the film, Quvenzhané has an ear-splitting scream that completely expresses her frustration at the difficult world she lives in, and after her father tells her that her mother “swam away,” she screams for her mother to return. No one will ever forget the power of that scream.

“I’m mostly a girl so I really do these things but I scream and that came to me and I’ve been doing that since I was a little girl,” she said, “and I would always scream for my brother so the other team can lose. That’s not very girlie but it’s something that I know how to do and always did.”

“Did they know about that when they put you in the movie?”

“No. Well, the first day, the audition, I didn’t tell them at all. So when I got the audition and I first got to the set, I did it. So they didn’t even know about it. Right in the middle or in the beginning or something. They didn’t even know about it; they were kinda surprised.”

“What did they say?”

“They said, ‘WOW, YOU ARE VERY LOUD!’ And I was just like, ‘I know, that’s why I didn’t do it.’ And when they came to the scene where I had to burp, I had to secretly act like I drank some water and I burped and then they asked me, ‘how did you burp?’ And I said, ‘cause I know how to do it on command,’ and they said, ‘do it,’ so you know? I burped and they was like, ‘WOW, you should have told us before.’ So it was really funny to see them react to what I did and they didn’t even know about it.”

“They learned more about you every day.”

“Thank you. Anybody calls for Quvenzhané, I know they’re calling me, cause that’s one of a kind.”

 Quvenzhané. A small force of nature. (x)

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