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August 28 2017

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lazytechsupport:

katobleps:

lesbianrey:

hi i’m tolkien here are my ocs. i call them Elves (not elfs!!! if you call them elfs i will block you) they look like humans but they’re tall, live forever, and have pointy ears. that’s it bye

cs lewis: are you alright with constructive criticism? i dont want to sound mean

tolkien: no go ahead i want to hear it

cs lewis: they fucking suck

tolkien: thats not constructive criticism

cs lewis: here’s my OC, it’s jesus but he’s a lion
tolkien: Furry
cs lewis: blocked

Reposted byfrunemanwrite-url-here
09:55

nayime:

kurdish turkish conflict ended with this blog everyone sit down 

August 27 2017

15:36

phoenixcollective:

Reblog if you would be comfortable living in a dormitory with an openly transgender or intersex individual. We’re working on a campaign for gender neutral housing and we could use your support.

15:23

niqabisinparis:

libgen.io has pretty much every book ever written from novels to textbooks. because bookstore prices are wild sometimes

15:23

supermunchor:

In Japanese, they don’t say “moon,” they say “tsuki,” which literally translates to “moon,” and I think that’s how language works.

13:46

thequantumqueer:

Fact #1:
laser sights don’t help your aim; they’re highly inaccurate at any range longer than a couple dozen yards and only good for rapid target acquisition

Fact #2:
absolutely every precision shooter knows this

Fact #3:
almost nobody else knows this because movies have erroneously taught people that snipers paint a red dot on the target’s chest before they shoot them

Fact #4:
any nazi who notices a red dot on their chest while giving a speech is going to immediately stop talking and get off the stage, probably while shitting themself

Fact #5:
laser pointers are cheap, legal, and easy to conceal, and unless there’s smoke or dust or something in the air, theres no way to know where it’s coming from

August 08 2017

22:19

alecthemagnificent:

the “I’ve never seen this show, but can tell you the entire plot because I keep up with the gifs on tumblr” squad

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August 06 2017

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dianadethemyscira:

The Return of the King (2003) // Wonder Woman (2017)

August 05 2017

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jameswyper:

Proliferation, 2013

acrylic on laser-engraved birch, 36x36 in.

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tiger-thoughts-and-things:

Just going to leave this here

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influentialcreativity:

disease-danger-darkness-silence:

boyonetta:

sao801:

boyonetta:

ask-daddies-fire:

sao801:

Do you see that? Looks like a joke image, right? Well, it isn’t.

This happens in Venezuela. It looks like nobody knows how is our crisis, because I’ve talked with a lot of people (Americans, French, Canadian and even Mexican people) who really don’t know what is happening.

I’ll explain the imagen.

In Venezuela, we haven’t medicines, even in the hospitals. This is because a patient with hypoglycemia is being attended in this way, because the hospital don’t have dextrose for the people. This is happening in Caracas, Venezuela’s capital. But not only in Caracas, is confirmed that in Maracaibo too, and who know where too.

Another cases:

“I take prednisone for animals because I can’t found it anywhere and it helps me, isn’t logic, but our health can’t wait”

“Confirmed, I’m medic performing in so many decadency. We even’t have privates places for dextrose for decompensated diabetics and believe me I could write for hours about so many that I’ve lived in the middle of this catastrophic crisis, where personally I’ve take with me a hurted pacient behind of a 350 because we haven’t ambulances, where we haven’t gloves for protect ourselves and a lot of  things like that, this is the reality…. It must be give “ORALLY” because the drink is rich in glucose (Sugar) for these pacients this imagen showes [She means the soda imagen] how is conected to a micromanager where it doesn’t looks very good… But it’s valid by an OROGASTRIC probe. As a heroic way, becase like we know “It’s incorrect”.


I even can give my own testomony. My mom is sick, and she must work everyday, I can’t help her because my leg is broken, and my brother must help his own family. She’s in pain everyday, and the money is too hard to found. If there’s money, but there’s no medicine. And, if there’s medicine, there’s no money, because all the treatments are very expensive, like everything, for our inflation on the 1600%.


Please, help us.

@takashi0 @klubbhead @satoshi01 @libertybill @nunyabizni @boyonetta @steven-universe-official 

I’m sorry, guys. Can you help me to spread this? :C I need that people know about Venezuela’s situation. I’m sorry for bother you.

I’d be very interested in seeing more information on this. This sounds like something out of a post-apocalyptic nightmare novel.

Sure thing, my friend!

Since 2014, our crisis is worse with the health zone. There’s no too many medicines, and a lot of operations and treatments are delayed for this same reason.

The hospitals don’t have spaces, litters or beds for the patients.

If you go to a farmacy, there’s no medicine.

A lot of hospitals are in a terrible state.

Supplies that were lacking in public hospitals included sterile gloves and gauze, antiseptics, alcohol for medical use, scalpels, needles, catheters, intravenous solutions, nebulizers and surgical sutures. It was even common to lack basic cleaning supplies (such as bleach), which are essential to ensure a sterile environment in hospitals. Unhealthy conditions have led to in-hospital infections that could have been prevented.

And this is only talking about the health zone.

If we talk about the food shortage and the hyper inflation…

We must do LOOOOOONG lines for hours for buy the basic food. Like flour, sugar, rice, pasta, meat, chicken…. 

We only can buy one time at the week, for the last number of our ID. 

If you search in Google “The next Venezuela”, you’ll see we aren’t a country anymore. We are a level in the shitmeter.

Christ, I’m so sorry. If there are any charities or reputable organizations we can donate to, I’d love to share links to them. ;;

Y'all this shortage of necessities shit had been going on in Venezuela for at least a decade. I have never been able to help because I don’t know what charities are allowed in or out of Venezuela and I don’t trust the people who run those charities to tell the truth.

Please - someone IN Venezuela. Give me a name. A valid website. Something. I will do my damnedest to make something happen, even if it’s just a few families getting fed a few days.

(Love how they voted the fucker out and he’s still in power. Just. So awesome. -_-)

This is the first time I see a post on this site about my country and it breakes my heart… Because I want to give you names of charities so you can actually help us but I know people that tried to donate meds and food but our fucking goverment blocked that help. They refuse to accept aid. They are so fucking sick of power that just don’t care about us.

The only way we have to fight this crisis is through social media, we use twitter to find meds and food and we came up with a few apps like Donamed or Akiztá to help us find what we need. 

There are a bunch of twitter accounts dedicated to locate meds, such as: @spvzla, @MedicinasEquiv, @Flapastillita, @compartex1vida, @sanandove, @Donatumed, @AyudaMedicinasV y @DonandoMedicin1

For the people out there that want to help, like I said… it’s hard to tell you how you could do that because there’s no warranty that we’ll get the help. Still, I won’t let them win so I did my research and I found a few websites that I think you guys can trust and can donate to.

http://comparteporunavida.com/ —> With your donation, this people get formula and nutritional suppliments for children in hospitals and homes in need.

http://www.ayudahumanitariavenezuela.org/english.html —> You can go to their online shop to buy medical supplies from a wish list, which are then delivered to those in need.

https://www.soschildrensvillages.org.uk/donate/sponsor-a-child/ —> I think you can choose and sponsor a Venezuelan child.

http://www.chamos.org.uk/about-us/ —> They provide financial support for children to acquire medical, educational or other essential equipment.

http://www.corazonymanosenaccion.com/dona_ahora.htm —> The thing with this site is that the bank accounts they work with are from here, so I don’t know the process when it’s an international donation.

The other sites I could find two gofundme created by people like you and me, I hope they mean well and that the money they receive reaches the people who really need it.

https://www.gofundme.com/FoodtoVenezuela

https://www.gofundme.com/help-venezuela

If anyone knows more valid websites where people can go and make their donation, please feel free to add it.

And of course  SPREAD THE WORD! The more we all know about the crisis, the bigger chance we have of making a difference in the lives of those who are suffering.

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pdothamman:

smatter:

This might be my favorite post hahaha

I WAS LAUGHING SO HARD YO BECAUSE DON’T THEY KNOW IT’S SUPPOSED TO BE THERE???

August 04 2017

19:13

hystericboy:

witchgays:

Straight man playing dream daddy to prove he’s progressive while making homophobic and transphobic comments throughout vs straight woman playing dream daddy for “hot sinful yaoiz”: fight

immovable object vs unstoppable force

19:11

Mississippi Mud chocolate cheesecake

guardians-of-the-food:

INGREDIENTS

For Crust

● 24 chocolate wafer cookies
● ¼ cup melted butter
● 1 tablespoon sugar
● 1 tablespoon instant coffee granules

For Filling

● 8 ounce softened cream cheese
● A 9.7 ounce bar of chopped Bittersweet Chocolate
● ¼ cup cocoa powder, unsweetened
● 4 large eggs
● ¼ cup sugar
● 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
● 3 tablespoons cornstarch
● ½ cup pecans, chopped

For Topping

● 6 ounces of chopped Bittersweet Chocolate
● 1 tablespoon sugar
● ½ cup marshmallow cream
● Bittersweet chocolate curls
● ¼ cup pecans, chopped

DIRECTIONS FOR PREPARATION

For Crust-

● Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F or 175 degrees C.
● Grease a 3-inch by 9-inch springform pan with butter.
● Blend cookies, coffee granules and sugar in a processor and add melted butter until the ingredients blend properly.
● Spread the prepared mixture evenly onto bottom and not sides of prepared pan.
● Bake for 5 minutes and set aside to cool. Maintain oven temperature.

For Filling-

● Melt the chopped bittersweet chocolate over a double boiler and stir occasionally until the chocolate melts.
● Cool the melted chocolate till it is lukewarm, but make sure it is still pourable.
● Now, add cocoa powder, instant coffee granules, cornstarch and sugar in a processor and blend, until smooth.
● Mix softened cream cheese and beat well till the cheese gets incorporated properly and all lumps disappear.
● Stir in the 4 eggs to it, one at a time, mixing slowly after each just until blended. Add vanilla extract with the last egg.
● Also add lukewarm chocolate and chopped pecans to this mixture and stir until it blends properly.
● Pour filling over the prepared crust and smoothen the top surface.
● Bake at 350 degrees F for 15 minutes, and then reduce the temperature to 200 degrees F and bake for another 2 hours.
● Cool for 5 minutes. Run knife around the rim of pan to loosen cake and chill overnight.

For Topping-

● Melt chocolate chips, sugar and milk in a saucepan over low heat, until smooth.
● Pour marshmallow cream on the center of the cheesecake, and then spread it evenly over the top.
● Drizzle a layer of the chocolate mixture on the marshmallow cream and garnish with bittersweet chocolate curls and chopped pecans.
● Transfer cheesecake to platter and serve chilled!!
 find more on:

https://www.chococraft.in/blogs/chococraft-blogs/mississippi-mud-chocolate-cheesecake-recipe

July 16 2017

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sugabaes:

spiritsdancinginthenight:

Anubis & Horus spotted having tea in Cairo, 2006.

They’re spilling it girls

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