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October 09 2013

thatsridicarus

Hey Monday's Debut Album 'Hold On Tight' Turns Five

inpoppunknews:

alterthepress:

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Hey Monday’s first album Hold On Tight was released five years ago (October 7th, 2008).

Take a trip down memory lane and stream the band’s debut full-length in its entirety by clicking read more.

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And support Cass, as her new album came out yesterday!

May 08 2013

thatsridicarus

dreamingdusk:

so i saw this anniversary poster thing on Cartoon Network’s facebook page and i noticed something in the top right corner

GUYS

CARTOON NETWORK STILL REMEMBERS HI HI PUFFY AMIYUMI

I AM GOIGN TO CRY OH YM GOD

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March 03 2013

thatsridicarus
Play fullscreen

Sean Ohlenkamp, an associate creative director from Toronto, Canada, placed a folder on the desktop of his wife’s computer to celebrate their third anniversary.

Reposted fromsawb sawb viamag mag

December 04 2012

thatsridicarus
Cartoon Network's First 20 Years Music Video
Alternate link: Youku

August 26 2012

thatsridicarus
11th Anniversary by itz-Cindyrella

But SRSLY though, Gerard...
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August 21 2012

thatsridicarus
Blink182 anniversary poster for august by Brandon Heart
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December 23 2011

thatsridicarus

Salah Habibi/AP

Maxpp/Zumapress

Fred Dufour/AFP

thepoliticalnotebook:

Today, December 17th, is the anniversary of Tunisian street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi’s self-immolation in Sidi Bouzid.Perhaps one of the most powerful and ultimately catalyzing instances of individual protest, Bouazizi (whose real first name is Tarek) self-immolated to protest his mistreatment at the hands of the government and the inability to make a living for himself - a pain and frustration that resonated with Tunisians, and then citizens of nations across North Africa and the Middle East. He later died on January 4th, but the protests and demonstrations that were set in motion across the region have continued to this day - so far leaving three dictators downed in their wake.

Above (clockwise from the top): demonstrators in Tunisia hold a large poster of Bouazizi (Salah Habibi/AP);graffiti in Tunisia by an unknown artist shows Bouazizi’s face and his last name in tribute to his martyr status; his cousin Walid Bouazizi mourns at his grave in Garaat Benour cemetery in Sidi Bouzid in January (Fred Dufour/AFP); Manoubia Bouazizi holds a photograph of her son (Maxpp/Zumapress).

(via newsflick)

May 29 2011

thatsridicarus
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