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November 26 2014

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fasterthanthespeedforce:

do you hear the people sing?

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singing the song of angry men

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it is the music of a people

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who will not be slaves again

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will you give all you can give?

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so that our banner may advance?

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some will fall

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and some will live

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will you stand up and take your chance?

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will you join in our crusade?

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who will be strong 

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and stand with me?

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beyond the  barricade

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is there a world you long to see?

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then join in the fight

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that will give you the right to be free!

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August 14 2014

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upworthy:

A Set Of Images That Points Out Why Those Bathroom Symbols Are So Friggin Silly (And Much More)

(source: fellowes)

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May 19 2014

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ticklesthesomething:

Nightmare Before Christmas: How they died

To explain this, we just put this on a while ago and I couldn’t help but realize that everyone in Halloween Town is either dead, or something that never was alive (save probably the werewolf, witchs, and lake monster.) So I got to thinking, “How did they die?” And I realized there are small little hints in everything.

Jack: Remember in the beginning how he stuck a torch in his mouth? Well the fire covered his body fairly fast, even for a body made of straw. When you burn a human body for too long all that’s left is the bone. Everything else is gone.

Sally: I think that’s a bit self explaining. She can fall to pieces and come back together.

Finklestein: It’s been mentioned that Sally has poisoned him on several occasions. Well, being dead poison wouldn’t really affect him much. Except that if it were to be what had killed him, that would explain why he’s affected. But he’s already dead, probably why he only get’s knocked out and get’s a severe headache.

Mayor: I figure the Mayor is/was bi-polar. This is supported by his mood change. He has the two faces. And when he’s happy, even the slightest thing can tip the balance and his head twists around to show his sad/angry face. Now, I figure his neck was broken because of that fact. To change moods he can’t just frown like everyone else in Halloween Town. His neck practically breaks and twists a full 180.

Lock: I suspect him of being frozen mainly due to his lips. When people are frozen alive their lips turn blue and their face turns pale or even paste white. He also chose his costume to be a devil. Something that revolves around heat, showing a strong desire to be warm.

Shock: Her lips are pretty much just pale. Kind of purple. Which happens when you die of any cause aside from three things: Burning, freezing, and drowning. Which means that she died either a very natural death (unlikely for a child) or she took her own life. I took this a step further after I read trouble-making-trio’s headcanons. In which he points out that Shock shows a desire to go against any kind of intimidating figure. However, she doesn’t show that kind of desire in the film towards Oogie. (Perhaps in life they were close or something. I’m unsure about that.)

Barrel: As I said in Shock’s reasoning, when you are drowned your lips change color. They become green in fact, and your hair has a slightly sea weed look to it. Just like Barrel’s. Your body also doesn’t decompose the same way in water. The skin tends to cling to it more, and Barrel chose his costume to be a skeleton. Perhaps an inner wish that he had been given a proper burial?

Oogie: I suspect what I do for him not because of his death, but because his body is sewn together around the edges, his skin is instead burlap, and his innards are insects. Insects are natures cleaners. Perhaps he was skinned and then left in the ground? His innards may be the very swarms of insects that devoured his skinned corpse. So in death they had to come together to allow his body to be whole. Being without skin he needed something to hold it all together. Insects as large as his cannot get through tightly sewn burlap.

Zero: I suspect electrocution because the first thing that would leave coming out of the body is smoke. The poor dogs mind would be just in tact enough to see some of it, and likely think something along the lines of “That’s me now.” And seeing as Zero’s body holds a strong resemblance to smoke, there’s that. I first suspected maybe he was Jack’s dog that died in the fire with him. I still think he was Jack’s dog in life as well as death, but I come to the conclusion of electrocution because of his nose. Look at it. It looks like a lightbulb. And it lights, which would mean he has to have electricity coursing through him.

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January 12 2014

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andiamburdenedwithgloriousfeels:

mynerdproblems:

tupacalypse-arisen:

captainharvey:

urnotok:

liquidcassidy:

Sharks get a bad rap for being dangerous predators that are constantly devouring humans, but there is a whole world of things out there that will kill before a shark does. Here are just a few of those things.

WHO THE FUCK GETS KILLED BY A FUCKING VENDING MACHINE 

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Welcome to Tumblr where we have a gif for that…

Welcome to Tumblr where we have two gifs for that


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May 21 2013

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April 19 2012

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Chevrolet: Phonies Can Cause Serious Damage
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December 15 2011

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Teens Going To War: Are Cartoons the Cause?



Teens Going To War: Are Cartoons the Cause?
November 21, 2011
NEW YORK - It’s tough to keep track of your children, and monitoring their viewing experiences can seem impossible. But if you’re afraid your teens may be going to war because of it, then you may have to take it seriously. The consequences could be very dire.

The culprit seems innocuous enough. It’s a colorful, happy show. However, under the jokes lies a problem. The show is Axis Powers Hetalia, a show that makes light of cultural stereotypes, and satirizes the tragedies of World War 2, with the countries being represented by animated characters.
Teens say they’d be willing to die for their favorite characters, influenced by the relationships they have within the show. “If going towar means America and Russia will get together, then it’s worth it,” remarked a fan. She enlisted in the army, hoping to support her fandom. Struggling through boot camp, she presses on anyway.

“People join the armed forces for many reasons,” Sgt. John Madison, an army recruiter in Buffalo said, when asked about the subject. “But I must admit, going to war for cartoons is a new one. I only hope they know what they’re getting into. We’re very serious about this, and it may be more than some of these kids can handle.”
Cartoons and anime may all be in good fun, but when your teens are risking for lives for it, is it really worth it? Parents need to talk to their children, and make sure they know the difference between fantasy and reality. Because otherwise, it could mean the difference between life and death.Visit FOX News online for more info. 

Ugh.Really, fox news? Really?What kind of bullshit is this?

November 21, 2011

NEW YORK - It’s tough to keep track of your children, and monitoring their viewing experiences can seem impossible. But if you’re afraid your teens may be going to war because of it, then you may have to take it seriously. The consequences could be very dire.

The culprit seems innocuous enough. It’s a colorful, happy show. However, under the jokes lies a problem. The show is Axis Powers Hetalia, a show that makes light of cultural stereotypes, and satirizes the tragedies of World War 2, with the countries being represented by animated characters.

Teens say they’d be willing to die for their favorite characters, influenced by the relationships they have within the show. “If going towar means America and Russia will get together, then it’s worth it,” remarked a fan. She enlisted in the army, hoping to support her fandom. Struggling through boot camp, she presses on anyway.

“People join the armed forces for many reasons,” Sgt. John Madison, an army recruiter in Buffalo said, when asked about the subject. “But I must admit, going to war for cartoons is a new one. I only hope they know what they’re getting into. We’re very serious about this, and it may be more than some of these kids can handle.”

Cartoons and anime may all be in good fun, but when your teens are risking for lives for it, is it really worth it? Parents need to talk to their children, and make sure they know the difference between fantasy and reality. Because otherwise, it could mean the difference between life and death.

Visit FOX News online for more info. 

Ugh.

Really, fox news? Really?

What kind of bullshit is this?

(via stormekh)

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April 24 2011

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Pie Chart: Foundation Of Any Relationship
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