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4th February 2014

Post reblogged from it was suicidally beautiful with 37 notes

lipstickstainedlove:

I swear if I don’t find a boy who loves me as much as Fry loves Leela on Futurama I’m just going to leave civilization and live in a cave

13th January 2014

Photoset reblogged from Rambling Rambles with 41,302 notes

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7th January 2014

Photoset reblogged from Homicidal Brunette with 65,248 notes

ewebean:

SIR IAN MURRAY MCKELLEN I SWEAR TO GOD

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7th January 2014

Photo reblogged from I am the bad wolf with 43,772 notes

fishingboatproceeds:

So for those unfamiliar with the situation: Grace Helbig is a brilliant online video creator and could until recently be found at the DailyGrace channel.
But that channel, and all the videos on it, were not owned by Grace. They were owned by a company, My Damn Channel.
Now, in order to have ownership and control over her stuff, she has to leave the channel that she built up to 2.5 million subscribers and start over on YouTube. 
But her viewers—and the YouTube community at large—has rallied around Grace as a creator: Her new channel already has over 230,000 subscribers (JOIN US). This is Tim’s real sister.
Meanwhile, the DailyGrace channel, which will now feature reruns of old Grace videos for which she will be (I assume) paid nothing, has lost more than 100,000 subscribers in the past week. This is Tim’s corporate entity sister.
Here’s the lesson: Many corporations think that by owning YouTube channels, they’ll have something valuable. But the value is not in the channel or in the number of subscribers. On YouTube, despite the corporatization of everything, the value is in people.
I’m not a DailyGrace fan. I’m a Grace Helbig fan. And at least on YouTube, the individual still has more power than the corporation. 
That’s worth celebrating. 
p.s. Subscribe to Grace! (The person, not the corporate entity.)

fishingboatproceeds:

So for those unfamiliar with the situation: Grace Helbig is a brilliant online video creator and could until recently be found at the DailyGrace channel.

But that channel, and all the videos on it, were not owned by Grace. They were owned by a company, My Damn Channel.

Now, in order to have ownership and control over her stuff, she has to leave the channel that she built up to 2.5 million subscribers and start over on YouTube. 

But her viewers—and the YouTube community at large—has rallied around Grace as a creator: Her new channel already has over 230,000 subscribers (JOIN US). This is Tim’s real sister.

Meanwhile, the DailyGrace channel, which will now feature reruns of old Grace videos for which she will be (I assume) paid nothing, has lost more than 100,000 subscribers in the past week. This is Tim’s corporate entity sister.

Here’s the lesson: Many corporations think that by owning YouTube channels, they’ll have something valuable. But the value is not in the channel or in the number of subscribers. On YouTube, despite the corporatization of everything, the value is in people.

I’m not a DailyGrace fan. I’m a Grace Helbig fan. And at least on YouTube, the individual still has more power than the corporation. 

That’s worth celebrating. 

p.s. Subscribe to Grace! (The person, not the corporate entity.)

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4th January 2014

Chat reblogged from do do do do do steve with 21,223 notes

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: Do not speak to me of dragon fire. I know its wrath and ruin. I have faced the great serpents of the north. I warned your grandfather what his greed for gold would bring. He did not listen. You are no different. Stay here and rot if you wish. A hundred years is the blink of an eye in the life of an elf. I am patient. I can wait.

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1st January 2014

Post reblogged from but I knew him with 1,934 notes

berenyonce:

This is it.this is the year naruto will become hokage .believe it

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1st January 2014

Photoset reblogged from with 108,761 notes

feministlikeme:

we all need to get better at thinking of ourselves like this.

Source: dishonora

1st January 2014

Quote reblogged from helaine rôse tieu with 412,331 notes

The years between eighteen and twenty-eight are the hardest, psychologically. It’s then you realize this is make or break, you no longer have the excuse of youth, and it is time to become an adult – but you are not ready.
— Helen Mirren (via bitchjerked)

Source: omybestbeloved

1st January 2014

Quote reblogged from examine what you tolerate with 68,077 notes

You may not agree with a woman, but to criticize her appearance — as opposed to her ideas or actions — isn’t doing anyone any favors, least of all you. Insulting a woman’s looks when they have nothing to do with the issue at hand implies a lack of comprehension on your part, an inability to engage in high-level thinking. You may think she’s ugly, but everyone else thinks you’re an idiot.
Hilary Clinton says like an absolute legend. It’s a bit too normal how appearances are criticized and the degree to which such criticisms are perceived as valid. (via tourettes)

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1st January 2014

Photo reblogged from spine breaker; with 5,095 notes

quantumpepper:

JIn Jungsun for Marie Claire Korea

quantumpepper:

JIn Jungsun for Marie Claire Korea

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