me Charles is Batman now...

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Hi my name is Charles. I went to a party once and it was awful.

Rosamund Pike for Esquire Magazine

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mashamorevna   2767 10.22.14

darthgroudon:

Look, it’s twenty feet up in the air, and it’s in the middle of the most heavily guarded part of the prison. It’s impossible to get up there without being seen.

I love how Drax just walks up and looks around like, “Is anybody else seeing this shit?”

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hawkerly   38765 10.22.14
chloecastellano   54920 10.22.14

liechtensteins:

trying to forget a horrible memory like

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swampertite   248316 10.22.14

Fire is the element of power. The people of the Fire Nation have desire and will, and the energy and drive to achieve what they want.

Earth is the element of substance. The people of the Earth Kingdom are diverse and strong. They are persistent and enduring.

Air is the element of freedom. The Air Nomads detached themselves from worldly concerns, and they found peace and freedom.

Water is the element of change. The people of the Water Tribes are capable of adapting to many things. They have a sense of community and love that holds them together through anything.

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ritamoreno   14943 10.22.14

coreymagz replied to your photo:Wish I had enough effort to produce a mixtape just…

Yung Charles

Chuck E. Deez (Nuts)

3 10.22.14
Wish I had enough effort to produce a mixtape just so that I could use this as the cover.

Wish I had enough effort to produce a mixtape just so that I could use this as the cover.

6 10.22.14
comicsalliance:

JASON MOMOA EXCITED TO REPRESENT POLYNESIANS AS AQUAMAN
By Matt D. Wilson
“Whitewashing,” the practice of casting of white actors to play characters who were other ethnicities in the source material, has been a highly controversial Hollywood practice over the past several years. But what about when the reverse happens, and someone who isn’t white is cast to play a character who has long been portrayed as white?

Well, at minimum it can help correct an historic imbalance in superhero comics; in the specific case of Aquaman, it may also make him a lot cooler. The actor who plays Aquaman in DC’s upcoming slate of superhero movies is Jason Momoa, who was born in Hawaii and is of partly Polynesian descent — and Momoa fully intends to embrace his Polynesian heritage in his portrayal of the character.
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comicsalliance:

JASON MOMOA EXCITED TO REPRESENT POLYNESIANS AS AQUAMAN

By Matt D. Wilson

“Whitewashing,” the practice of casting of white actors to play characters who were other ethnicities in the source material, has been a highly controversial Hollywood practice over the past several years. But what about when the reverse happens, and someone who isn’t white is cast to play a character who has long been portrayed as white?

Well, at minimum it can help correct an historic imbalance in superhero comics; in the specific case of Aquamanit may also make him a lot cooler. The actor who plays Aquaman in DC’s upcoming slate of superhero movies is Jason Momoa, who was born in Hawaii and is of partly Polynesian descent — and Momoa fully intends to embrace his Polynesian heritage in his portrayal of the character.

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comicsalliance.com   257 10.22.14

effingtomb:

you-and-me-divine:

If you didn’t think “Shia LaBeouf” could get better, you were wrong.

I literally can’t believe this exists there are tears in my eyes that I don’t remember crying

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you-and-me-divine   58064 10.21.14

dailydot:

From exposing government corruption to freely disseminating academic research, these men all had different motives and goals. But all of them had one thing in common: their belief in humanity’s right to freedom of information.”

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dailydot   417 10.21.14

shialabae:

jvstxn:

buzzfeedpolitics:

Chicago man tells Obama: “Don’t touch my girlfriend.”

my mans obeezy put the moves on her at the end

obama aint shit “im not gonna touch your girl”
*touches her*

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BuzzFeed   16544 10.21.14

fullofcomics:

There Must Always Be A Thor.

Thor #1

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fullofcomics   82 10.21.14
mediamattersforamerica:

Complaining that guns get a bad rap, NRA News commentator Bill Johnson says he is "baffled by why society is so damn afraid of" open carry guns, claiming that guns ”are no more capable of intimidation than my vacuum is capable of cleaning my house, or my lawn mower is capable of mowing my lawn.”

"Somehow we have completely dehumanized gun violence, and have instead humanized guns. Guns kill. Guns strike fear. Guns intimidate. Seriously? They’re just bits of plastic and metal.” 

Fact: In 2013, 30 people were killed in the U.S. *each day* by these “bits of plastic and metal.”
And while NRA tries to downplay the significance of gun threats, in 2013 they spent nearly three million dollars in lobbying to block laws that would strengthen background checks, lower the amount of illegal firearm trafficking, and reduce the number of gun deaths. 

mediamattersforamerica:

Complaining that guns get a bad rap, NRA News commentator Bill Johnson says he is "baffled by why society is so damn afraid of" open carry guns, claiming that guns ”are no more capable of intimidation than my vacuum is capable of cleaning my house, or my lawn mower is capable of mowing my lawn.”

"Somehow we have completely dehumanized gun violence, and have instead humanized guns. Guns kill. Guns strike fear. Guns intimidate. Seriously? They’re just bits of plastic and metal.” 

Fact: In 2013, 30 people were killed in the U.S. *each day* by these “bits of plastic and metal.”

And while NRA tries to downplay the significance of gun threats, in 2013 they spent nearly three million dollars in lobbying to block laws that would strengthen background checks, lower the amount of illegal firearm trafficking, and reduce the number of gun deaths. 

mediamatters.org   65 10.21.14
honeybeys:

Pumpkin carving game strong

honeybeys:

Pumpkin carving game strong

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honeybeys   25555 10.21.14
hoodratsnacks   52258 10.21.14