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soul-assassins:

smokinthefurrr:


The people should not be afraid of their government. The
government should be afraid of their people.

Holy fucking shit is this relevant.

This needs 1 million notes

soul-assassins:

smokinthefurrr:

The people should not be afraid of their government. The

government should be afraid of their people.

Holy fucking shit is this relevant.

This needs 1 million notes

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29 Jan 14
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Baby!Kristoff & Sven (Frozen Heart) + Appreciation Post

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13 Jan 14
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Finnick in Catching Fire

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benedoodle-cumberpoodle:

lotrlockedwhovian:

THIS IS ADORABLE.

Reblogging again because it’s way too fantastic not to.

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In 2011, 31-year-old schoolteacher Ali Nunery passed away from a rare form of lung cancer, leaving behind her husband Ben and a 1-year-old daughter named Olivia.

This November, after two years on “a rollercoaster of emotions,” as Ben described it, he and Olivia were ready to move out of the Cincinnati home they’d shared with Ali. But before they left, Ben wanted a way to remember the happy times they’d shared in the house. So he asked his sister-in-law Melanie Pace, a professional photographer, to take photos of him and his now 3-year-old daughter in their home.

"I was just really looking for a way to say farewell to the house, and have some things that Olivia and I can have to…remember the house. When Ali and I got married, we closed on the house the day before our wedding, so we did wedding photos in the empty house."

Ben wrote about the experience, saying: “Many people have asked me how I felt while doing that photo session. What I want them to know is that this isn’t a story about grief and loss and hurt. Yes, I’ve gone through those emotions and still do but that’s not what I want people to see in these photos. This is a story about love.”

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xekstrinavidad:

SHIT
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depression-and-movies:

First food gifset, something I’d like to try: Balloon Chocolate Bowls (x)

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