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It’s our mini camp today and I woke up with bad allergies and feeling sick :(

Jul 30 11:48




omfg reblogging till the end of time

Jul 30 0:55 ( 759299 )

After heavy demand, here is the video for Dylan O’Brien at the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards

Jul 29 22:19 ( 6663 )

*gets home from band practice*



Jul 29 19:02 ( 728 )


Pascal is my god.

Jul 29 18:46 ( 2590 )
tags: #ac
"Home is where the flags are spinning strong or not, but with the passion to do so."

— Color Guard Enthusiasts (via colorguardenthusiast)
Jul 29 18:41 ( 193 )


"You stopped a live one today, honey. I’m an international cougar!"

Jul 29 16:44 ( 7656 )

Do you ever just meet one person

and at first it is awkward

then you start talking

and its like

“holy crap where have you been all my life”

Jul 29 16:26 ( 707578 )


2am - animal crossing city folk

Jul 29 16:08 ( 5025 )


This scene just gets sadder and sadder the older I get.

Jul 29 16:07 ( 27503 )



im fucking howling linden ashby please educate yourself


Jul 29 5:24 ( 4742 )


A true cinematic masterpiece that is destined to claim the hearts of millions.

One girl, One car, One Dream

Jul 29 5:00 ( 18152 )









#cleopatra with the nose knocked off. I wonder if people still think she was European like the movies betray…

I still think it’s one of the most desperate things whites have done to blacks and to black history. The disrespect is outrageous. They came to our country and mentally could not fathom how these black civilizations could be so great. They literally rode through our lands and shot the noses off of our statues. Why? So that the statues would no longer resemble the African people and they could LIE about the origins of Egypt and countless other civilizations. It was a widespread practice. It’s why statues of Pharaoh’s and their wives have no noses. It’s why the Sphinx has no nose. When I was in middle and high school, we were taught that the noses had fell off due to time and poor craftsmanship! They have literally tried to teach us that our ancestors were shitty builders of noses just to hide their malicious destruction of our heritage. European fears of African peoples had to come from somewhere. I want to know what part of the history is missing. There’s something that they don’t want to be told.

The shade is real

i was taught that the noses fell off as well and actually continued to believe this. in retrospect this makes no sense, considering greek/roman statues pretty much always have intact noses whereas egyptian ones are always conveniently missing theirs. thank you for pointing this out to me, i hadn’t even made that connection until now.

The bolded was me too and I am seriously embarrassed that I never even thought about how that could be false.

Damnnn. I hate myself for not realizing this.

    I hate myself even more, since I know the ancient Egyptians created their sculptural works with the idea of permanence in mind. They were literally built to last throughout the afterlife. Notice how the majority of their monumental sculpture is stone-bound, without any protruding elements or breakable appendages. That’s because many of these sculptures were intended to house the life-force (Ka) of those they portrayed. Of their favorite materials were basalt and diorite, both extremely hard stones that were incredibly difficult to carve. Meaning a nose just doesn’t “fall off” because of “poor craftsmanship,” you would literally have to take a hammer to it. Fuckers.

Cleopatra was black, she was as black as Cicely Tyson. -Paul Mooney

Don’t hate yourself, and don’t be embarrassed. This is one of the biggest things that they have done to try and uphold the myth of Black inferiority/White supremacy. Erasing Blackness is what they’ve been doing since Day 1. They’ve done it then, they do it now, and they’ll keep doing it until the world ends. 

Jul 29 4:47 ( 71294 )


I seriously think Queen Rania of Jordan needs more appreciation

Jul 29 4:45 ( 59271 )
   What are some movies you think are good movies ?


12 Years a Slave by Steve McQueen
127 Hours by Danny Boyle
2001: A Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick
A Clockwork Orange by Stanley Kubrick 
A Single Man by Tom Ford 
American Beauty by Sam Mendes 
American History X by Tony Kaye 
American Psycho by Mary Harron 
Being John Malkovich by Spike Jonze 
Black Swan by Darren Aronofsky 
Brokeback Mountain by Ang Lee
Café de Flore by Jean-Marc Vallée (french)
Cast Away by Robert Zemeckis 
Cloud Atlas by Tom Tykwer, Lana & Andy Wachowski 
C.R.A.Z.Y by Jean-Marc Vallée (french)
Dallas Buyers Club by Jean-Marc Vallée
Django Unchained by Quentin Tarantino
Donnie Darko by Richard Kelly 
Drive by Nicolas Winding Refn
Electrick Children by Rebecca Thomas 
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind by Michel Gondry 
Exotica by Atom Egoyan 
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Stephen Daldry 
Fight Club by David Fincher
Full Metal Jacket by Stanley Kubrick 
Funny Games by Michael Haneke 
Gummo by Harmony Korine
Hanna by Joe Wright 
Her by Spike Jonze
Hunger by Steve McQueen
Incendies by Denis Villeneuve (french)
Inception by Christopher Nolan 
Inch’Allah by Denis Villeneuve (french)
Inglourious Basterds by Quentin Tarantino
Inside Llewyn Davis by Joel & Ethan Coen 
Into the Wild by Spike Jonze 
Intouchables by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano (french)
Kick-Ass by Matthew Vaughn 
Kill Bill: Vol 1 & 2 by Quentin Tarantino 
Kynodontas (Dogtooth) by Giorgo Lanthimos (greek)
La piel que habito (The Skin I Live In) by Pedro Almadóvar (spanish)
Låt den Rätte Komma in (Let the Right One In) by Tomas Alfredson (swedish)
La vie d’Adèle (Blue Is the Warmest Color) by Abdellatif Kechiche (french)
Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain (Amélie) by Jean-Pierre Jeunet (french)
Lola rennt (Run Lola Run) by Tom Tykwer (german)
Looper by Rian Johnson 
Lost in Translation by Sofia Coppola
Magnolia by Paul Thomas Anderson 
Melancholia by Lars Von Trier 
Milk by Gus Van Sant 
Moonrise Kingdom by Wes Anderson 
Mr. Nobody by Jaco Van Dormael 
Mysterious Skin by Gregg Araki 
Män som hatar kvinnor (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo) by Niels Arden Oplev (swedish)
Flickan som lekte med elden (The Girl Who Played With Fire) by Daniel Alfredson (swedish)
Luftslott som sprängdes (The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest) by Daniel Alfredson (swedish)
Nymphomaniac by Lars Von Trier 
Oldeuboi (Oldboy) by Chan-Wook Park (korean)
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Milos Forman 
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Tom Tykwer
Prisoners by Denis Villeneuve 
Prometheus by Ridley Scott
Psycho by Alfred Hitchcock 
Pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino 
Requiem for a Dream by Darren Aronofsky 
Se7en by David Fincher
Shame by Steve McQueen
Shutter Island by Martin Scorsese 
Slumdog Millionaire by Danny Boyle 
Spring Breakers by Harmony Korine 
Stoker by Chan-Wook Park
Submarine by Richard Ayoade 
The Box by Richard Kelly 
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by Mark Herman 
The Fountain by Darren Aronofsky
The Grand Budapest Hotel by Wes Anderson 
The King’s Speech by Tom Hooper 
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou by Wes Anderson
The Master by Paul Thomas Anderson 
The Place Beyond the Pines by Derek Cianfrance 
The Shining by Stanley Kubrick 
The Sweet Hereafter by Atom Egoyan
The Tree of Life by Terrence Malick 
The Truman Show by Peter Weir 
The Wolf of Wall Street by Martin Scorsese
Trainspotting by Danny Boyle
Trois couleurs : Bleu by Krzysztof Kieslowski (french)
Trois couleurs : Blanc by Krzysztof Kieslowski (french/polish)
Trois couleurs : Rouge by Krzysztof Kieslowski (french)
Under The Skin by Jonathan Glazer 
V for Vendetta by James McTeigue 
Virginia by Dustin Lance Black 
Wall-E by Andrew Stanton 
Watchmen by Zack Snyder 
We Need to Talk About Kevin by Lynne Ramsay
Where the Wild Things Are by Spike Jonze 

Jul 29 4:44 ( 274 )