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21st August 2014

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5hredbender:

historydepartment:

simplyfreddieg:

boost-and-barbells:

mountedcrucifix:

omg

Holy shit, I almost lost it…

Lucky son of a bitch!

HOLY SHIT

again lol

5hredbender:

historydepartment:

simplyfreddieg:

boost-and-barbells:

mountedcrucifix:

omg

Holy shit, I almost lost it…

Lucky son of a bitch!

HOLY SHIT

again lol

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21st August 2014

Photoset reblogged from the s is silent with 46,948 notes

explainervideo:

What happens to cats in zero gravity ?   more educational gifs«

Tagged: oh babies!who thought up this experiment?i feel bad watchingbut it's kinda hilarious

Source: videosanimation.com

21st August 2014

Post reblogged from :: the digital grotto :: with 80,848 notes

The point of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

the point of pouring a shit ton of ice water over yourself is because when one suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) one of the affects the disease has is a numbness throughout the body, as well as struggling to breathe, and both these are meant to temporarily happen when doused in freezing water. It’s to raise awareness of what ALS feels like and encourage donations towards research and cures.

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21st August 2014

Photoset reblogged from the s is silent with 25,382 notes

fabulazerstokill:

harrysde:

From Elon James White Tuesday night.

This better have hundreds of thousands of notes at the end of the day or else

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21st August 2014

Video reblogged from Neil Gaiman with 199 notes

neil-gaiman:

Barron Storey. One of the greats.

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20th August 2014

Video reblogged from When Words Become Superfluous with 5 notes

geekreader42:

This is beautiful

20th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from the square inch with 39,956 notes

insanekirby:

It is scientific fact that Wonder Woman is perfect.  Only her writers are flawed.

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20th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from the square inch with 42,565 notes

Deconstructing Masculinity & Manhood with Michael Kimmel @ Dartmouth College

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20th August 2014

Photo reblogged from :: the digital grotto :: with 5,467 notes

active-rva:

On this day in 1967, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision on the case Loving v. Virginia. The case was brought by Mildred and Richard Loving, a mixed black and Native woman and a white man who had been sentenced to a year in prison each for getting married, under Virginia’s anti-interracial marriage laws. 
Police raided their home in the middle of the night, hoping to discover them having sex, which would confer an additional criminal charge. When the Lovings pointed out their marriage license (issued in Washington DC, where the marriage was legal), it was used in court as evidence against them, as marriage between a person considered white and a person considered non-white was at this time a felony.
They plead guilty and were told that their sentence would be suspended (not carried out) if they left the state. They did so, moving to DC, but faced so much trouble trying to visit relatives in Virginia (as they could not live or travel together there, under threat of a year in prison) that they appealed the ruling. 
The court decided in favor of the Lovings, declaring laws against interracial marriage to be unconstitutional. This case was a landmark Civil Rights victory, and it happened only 47 years ago. 

active-rva:

On this day in 1967, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision on the case Loving v. Virginia. The case was brought by Mildred and Richard Loving, a mixed black and Native woman and a white man who had been sentenced to a year in prison each for getting married, under Virginia’s anti-interracial marriage laws. 

Police raided their home in the middle of the night, hoping to discover them having sex, which would confer an additional criminal charge. When the Lovings pointed out their marriage license (issued in Washington DC, where the marriage was legal), it was used in court as evidence against them, as marriage between a person considered white and a person considered non-white was at this time a felony.

They plead guilty and were told that their sentence would be suspended (not carried out) if they left the state. They did so, moving to DC, but faced so much trouble trying to visit relatives in Virginia (as they could not live or travel together there, under threat of a year in prison) that they appealed the ruling. 

The court decided in favor of the Lovings, declaring laws against interracial marriage to be unconstitutional. This case was a landmark Civil Rights victory, and it happened only 47 years ago. 

Source: active-rva

19th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from the s is silent with 247,310 notes

tastefullyoffensive:

Crazy Ideas That Just Need to Happen Already

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