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acciowomp:

[S] Jesus: Rise.

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reblog for easter

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happy 4 / 13 !!
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caranthira:

The Silmarillion, adjusted for honesty.

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"Fëanor No" is probably the most accurate Silmarillion resume I’ve ever heard.

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westlight:

Photograph of King penguin chicks on South Georgia island near Antarctica. #penguins #photography #nikon #wildlife #natue #antarctica

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Dear diary, today I am sad birb. I wear tuxedos instead of fur coat today and all other birb laugh.

importantbirds:

libutron:

westlight:

Photograph of King penguin chicks on South Georgia island near Antarctica. #penguins #photography #nikon #wildlife #natue #antarctica

Aptenodytes patagonicus (Spheniscidae)

Dear diary, today I am sad birb. I wear tuxedos instead of fur coat today and all other birb laugh.

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I watched Man of Steel a while back with the family and tbh wasn’t very impressed and don’t remember much but what I DO remember is General Zod insisting that he was created to protect Krypton and was essentially incapable of pursuing any goal other than keep Krypton safe and I ALSO remember wondering why that basic drive hadn’t translated into keep Kal-El safe the red hot second Kal-El was all that was left of Krypton. I mean really. I would have enjoyed watching that. I would enjoy reading fanfiction of that too but I looked and it doesn’t seem like anyone’s written it yet.

(Yes this is me at 11.45 p.m. complaining that no one else has written my idea for fanfiction.)

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shiftinghide:

these are from the actual photoshoot and two of my favorites.

also, haha i’ve had some captor confusion from some; my cosplay could technically be either mituna or sollux, but i did make it with sollux in mind! ;)

which is why i have included the aries in the belt, and the aquarius in the eyepatch. pisces is in my earrings btw hahaha! <3

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myskillsofanartist:

Easy and Hard Challenge Day 13 - Love / Hate. Hard mode? (Basically “two or more figures, interacting” is automatically hard mode.)

Silence for a few moments. Harriet felt that Wimsey ought to be saying, “How well you dance.” Since he did not say it, she became convinced that she was dancing like a wax doll with sawdust legs. Wimsey had never danced with her, never held her in his arms before. It should have been an epoch-making moment for him. But his mind appeared to be concentrated upon the dull personality of an East Anglian farmer. She fell a victim to an inferiority complex, and tripped over her partner’s feet.
 ”Sorry,” said Wimsey, accepting responsibility like a gentleman.
"It’s my fault," said Harriet. "I’m a rotten dancer. Don’t bother about me. Let’s stop. You haven’t got to be polite to me, you know."
Worse and worse. She was being peevish and egotistical. Wimsey glanced down at her in surprise and then suddenly smiled.
"Darling, if you danced like an elderly elephant with arthritis, I would dance the sun and moon into the sea with you. I have waited a thousand years to see you dance in that frock."
"Idiot" said Harriet.
- Have His Carcase, Dorothy Sayers

(Pose more than a little influenced by J. C. Leyendecker)

myskillsofanartist:

Easy and Hard Challenge Day 13 - Love / Hate. Hard mode? (Basically “two or more figures, interacting” is automatically hard mode.)

Silence for a few moments. Harriet felt that Wimsey ought to be saying, “How well you dance.” Since he did not say it, she became convinced that she was dancing like a wax doll with sawdust legs. Wimsey had never danced with her, never held her in his arms before. It should have been an epoch-making moment for him. But his mind appeared to be concentrated upon the dull personality of an East Anglian farmer. She fell a victim to an inferiority complex, and tripped over her partner’s feet.

 ”Sorry,” said Wimsey, accepting responsibility like a gentleman.

"It’s my fault," said Harriet. "I’m a rotten dancer. Don’t bother about me. Let’s stop. You haven’t got to be polite to me, you know."

Worse and worse. She was being peevish and egotistical. Wimsey glanced down at her in surprise and then suddenly smiled.

"Darling, if you danced like an elderly elephant with arthritis, I would dance the sun and moon into the sea with you. I have waited a thousand years to see you dance in that frock."

"Idiot" said Harriet.

- Have His Carcase, Dorothy Sayers

(Pose more than a little influenced by J. C. Leyendecker)

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memeguy-com:

Spring Never forget

memeguy-com:

Spring Never forget

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Three weeks ago, my friend Joe lost his father to a long battle with cancer. Earlier this week, Joe’s mother got in a fatal car accident which resulted in her death. Joe is a senior in high school and most of his money was already going towards paying bills for his family. Unfortunately, now he has no more close family and has the responsibility of paying for the funerals for both of his parents.
I know most of you probably won’t be able to help, but I knew it couldn’t hurt to spread the word. My school and community are trying to come together to raise money to help him out with the funeral expenses.
If there is any chance you are able to make any sort of financial donation to helping him out, please contact me on my personal blog for more information. Something like a $10-20 donation could help tremendously, but please remember that even the smallest amounts (even $1 if that’s all you can do) will be greatly appreciated. 
Even if you can’t donate money, it would be wonderful if you could spread the word. Prayers and positive vibes sent his way could also be a great help. This is a tragic thing for someone at his age to be going through. Please do anything you can to help whether it’s donations, spreading the word, or prayers for him.

Three weeks ago, my friend Joe lost his father to a long battle with cancer. Earlier this week, Joe’s mother got in a fatal car accident which resulted in her death. Joe is a senior in high school and most of his money was already going towards paying bills for his family. Unfortunately, now he has no more close family and has the responsibility of paying for the funerals for both of his parents.

I know most of you probably won’t be able to help, but I knew it couldn’t hurt to spread the word. My school and community are trying to come together to raise money to help him out with the funeral expenses.

If there is any chance you are able to make any sort of financial donation to helping him out, please contact me on my personal blog for more information. Something like a $10-20 donation could help tremendously, but please remember that even the smallest amounts (even $1 if that’s all you can do) will be greatly appreciated. 

Even if you can’t donate money, it would be wonderful if you could spread the word. Prayers and positive vibes sent his way could also be a great help. This is a tragic thing for someone at his age to be going through. Please do anything you can to help whether it’s donations, spreading the word, or prayers for him.

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strangewiththepowertochange:

merengae:

i havent read homestuck in a b illion years but. my girls
full siz

Pretty boss art

strangewiththepowertochange:

merengae:

i havent read homestuck in a b illion years but. my girls

full siz

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maria-comic:

Update for 16/4/2014:
Inkblazers | SmackJeeves

maria-comic:

Update for 16/4/2014:

Inkblazers | SmackJeeves

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Tagged (a year or so ago, oops)

  • Rule 1: Post the rules.
  • Rule 2: Answer the questions the tagger set for you in their post and then make 11 new ones.
  • Rule 3: Tag 11 people and link them to your post.
  • Rule 4: Let them know you have tagged them.
  • Who is your favourite director? (movies, TV, plays, etc.)
    The only directors whose names I can reliably remember off the top of my head are Hayao Miyazaki and Joss Whedon so I’m gonna go with them.
  • What is your favourite children’s book?
    Corduroy!
  • As a child, what was the thing you hated to eat most?
    Broccoli maybe?
  • Do you still hate it?
    No, I talked myself into liking it when I was eleven or so.
  • Who is your favourite protagonist?
    Oh, that’s a tough one!  Most of my favourite characters are sidekicks and/or villains, so no one came to mind immediately. Lee Kang To from Bridal Mask actually fits my favourite character profile to a T and I liked him pretty well once I stopped hating him, so maybe him?
  • What is your favourite story? (book, movie, show, etc.)
    Can’t choose.

  • What fandom do you laugh at most often?
    Homestucks?  Definitely Homestucks.  I hear a lot of bad things about them (I mean us) but all of the Homestucks I know are just kind of hilarious and/or intelligent.  Some of the best fanfic I’ve ever read is for Homestuck!  Also some of the funniest.
  • What villain do you think is best written/played?
    Like … ever? Uhhhh … I tend to really like Yoo Seung Ho’s villains. I pick Harry Borrison! He’s got that really cool veneer covering a lot of rage thing going. Also he’s a manipulative little creep and I love it.

  • What book do you just want to throw across the room?
    Rainsong by Phyllis A. Whitney, which I just finished reading yestreday (over a year ago), and The Winter People, by the same.  Her books are usually okay (well, two out of four so far) but they’re pretty formulaic, which is beginning to be irritating, and in Rainsong she so carefully made character A super suspicious that it was rather too obvious that character B was the one who done it.  Then in The Winter People everyone acted as if they had mental blindfolds on,and the heroine was annoying.  Also, there were more interesting exchanges between her and a teenaged boy than there were between her and the actual love interest (said boy’s father).  Although at least the father didn’t try to kill her.  So.
  • Where do you like to go to be alone?
    There isn’t anywhere in particular. With this many people in the house if I wanted to be actually alone I would have to rent a cabin in the woods somewhere.

  • When did you join tumblr?
    I don’t actually  remember but I got a third-birthday email from Tumblr recently so it must have been three years.
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gallifreekydeeky:


A new religious statue in the town of Davidson, N.C., is unlike anything you might see in church.
The statue depicts Jesus as a vagrant sleeping on a park bench. St. Alban’s Episcopal Church installed the homeless Jesus statue on its property in the middle of an upscale neighborhood filled with well-kept townhomes.
Jesus is huddled under a blanket with his face and hands obscured; only the crucifixion wounds on his uncovered feet give him away.
The reaction was immediate. Some loved it; some didn’t.
"One woman from the neighborhood actually called police the first time she drove by," says David Boraks, editor of DavidsonNews.net. "She thought it was an actual homeless person."
That’s right. Somebody called the cops on Jesus.

"ooh!  a poor person in need of help!  i better make sure they get arrested!"  to me, that’s the issue that’s most troubling.  Apart from that, the statue, and the idea behind it, is one of the parts of Christianity that even a grouchy atheist like me has to admire…

To be fair, I have at least once called the police on a creature in dire need of help. Because they’re the people who can go help. It was a dog that someone had left out during our first spike to -20. That dog used to bark all day every day in the summer. I called when it was getting ridiculously cold becuase the barking took on a panicked tone. Within a bit, the barking stopped, and I haven’t heard the dog since. I hope that means it got to a good home…
That is a really brilliant bit of art, I have to say.

One a the only times i can remember feelings actively included in my home church was when the then-vicar had a rant about how one time he saw a bunch of dirty, ill dressed punks outside a store hanging out and smoking and said he had a vision of them as jesus and his disciples, as they would appear today, so I like this, being as ive felt strongly about jesus being a homeless vagrant since

That is a pretty good vision.
One of my friends had a story, which I have about third-hand, so I’ll probably mangle it. Anyway, the preacher at the church he was at was talking about a time back in the 60s, when most Christians were pretty hostile to hippies, and this guy comes into church long after the service has started, and he’s obviously a hippie, and he’s not dressed for church at all (people used to do this, mind; they’d dress up extra nice). And he’s obviously trying to find a place to sit, but it’s pretty full, and he walks about halfway down the aisle before just giving up and sitting down on the floor. And people are staring, and it’s pretty disruptive, so one of the church elders gets up, and walks over to the guy, and sits down with him. Because that way, it’s not some stranger being disruptive, it’s just some guy and some other guy who are sitting on the floor because that’s where there’s space.
Insofar as there’s a punchline, it’s that the preacher telling the story was that hippie.

the-real-seebs:

littlewhitemouse:

the-real-seebs:

gallifreekydeeky:

A new religious statue in the town of Davidson, N.C., is unlike anything you might see in church.

The statue depicts Jesus as a vagrant sleeping on a park bench. St. Alban’s Episcopal Church installed the homeless Jesus statue on its property in the middle of an upscale neighborhood filled with well-kept townhomes.

Jesus is huddled under a blanket with his face and hands obscured; only the crucifixion wounds on his uncovered feet give him away.

The reaction was immediate. Some loved it; some didn’t.

"One woman from the neighborhood actually called police the first time she drove by," says David Boraks, editor of DavidsonNews.net. "She thought it was an actual homeless person."

That’s right. Somebody called the cops on Jesus.

"ooh!  a poor person in need of help!  i better make sure they get arrested!"  to me, that’s the issue that’s most troubling.  Apart from that, the statue, and the idea behind it, is one of the parts of Christianity that even a grouchy atheist like me has to admire…

To be fair, I have at least once called the police on a creature in dire need of help. Because they’re the people who can go help. It was a dog that someone had left out during our first spike to -20. That dog used to bark all day every day in the summer. I called when it was getting ridiculously cold becuase the barking took on a panicked tone. Within a bit, the barking stopped, and I haven’t heard the dog since. I hope that means it got to a good home…

That is a really brilliant bit of art, I have to say.

One a the only times i can remember feelings actively included in my home church was when the then-vicar had a rant about how one time he saw a bunch of dirty, ill dressed punks outside a store hanging out and smoking and said he had a vision of them as jesus and his disciples, as they would appear today, so I like this, being as ive felt strongly about jesus being a homeless vagrant since

That is a pretty good vision.

One of my friends had a story, which I have about third-hand, so I’ll probably mangle it. Anyway, the preacher at the church he was at was talking about a time back in the 60s, when most Christians were pretty hostile to hippies, and this guy comes into church long after the service has started, and he’s obviously a hippie, and he’s not dressed for church at all (people used to do this, mind; they’d dress up extra nice). And he’s obviously trying to find a place to sit, but it’s pretty full, and he walks about halfway down the aisle before just giving up and sitting down on the floor. And people are staring, and it’s pretty disruptive, so one of the church elders gets up, and walks over to the guy, and sits down with him. Because that way, it’s not some stranger being disruptive, it’s just some guy and some other guy who are sitting on the floor because that’s where there’s space.

Insofar as there’s a punchline, it’s that the preacher telling the story was that hippie.

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