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    thefrogman:

Pinnacle Hills Goat Farm [facebook]
[h/t: babygoatsandfriends]

    thefrogman:

    Pinnacle Hills Goat Farm [facebook]

    [h/t: babygoatsandfriends]

     
  2. cyanine:

    My sexual orientation is girls who look like they could beat me up and boys who look like they wouldn’t stand a chance

     
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    angergirl:

There’s a scene in Wild Magic (by Tamora Pierce) where the main character, Daine, stops her heart during meditation because she really, really wants to talk to the dolphins swimming offshore and her heart is beating too loud. When she’s brought back to life, Numair understandably flips his shit. So while Numair is shouting furiously at multiple gods because she stopped her own blessed heart, I was not prepared for this when I said I’d teach her magic, Daine is like, “Gosh, Numair, don’t freak out, it wasn’t a big deal.”
I like to think that Numair holds a secret grudge against dolphins to this day.

    angergirl:

    There’s a scene in Wild Magic (by Tamora Pierce) where the main character, Daine, stops her heart during meditation because she really, really wants to talk to the dolphins swimming offshore and her heart is beating too loud. When she’s brought back to life, Numair understandably flips his shit. So while Numair is shouting furiously at multiple gods because she stopped her own blessed heart, I was not prepared for this when I said I’d teach her magic, Daine is like, “Gosh, Numair, don’t freak out, it wasn’t a big deal.”

    I like to think that Numair holds a secret grudge against dolphins to this day.

     
  4. 13:04

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    Reblogged from darksilenceinsuburbia

     
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    Luke wanted to see both hands so EVERYBODY GETS TO SEE BOTH HANDS.

    Luke wanted to see both hands so EVERYBODY GETS TO SEE BOTH HANDS.

     
  6. prideandfandoms replied to your post “Wow Annie Get Your Gun is super offensive. I’m super disappointed, I…”

    okay i definitely went to go see one of my cousins in it at one of the summer productions at sundance and I just had to breathe and be like *sarah if you bitch about this to your mother’s family they will think you are a whiny brat* and i was sad

    Like I knew the general plotline and that it was made in 1950 and did not expect anything approaching racial sensitivity, but… I feel like we kinda try to pretend that the horrific racism of the film industry ended when we started putting color in the movies but no. No it did not.

     
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    It is very important that you all see that I now own a dress featuring Tardis’s, Weeping Angels, Daleks, AND Cybermen.

    It is very important that you all see that I now own a dress featuring Tardis’s, Weeping Angels, Daleks, AND Cybermen.

     
  8. 23:10

    Notes: 1

    Wow Annie Get Your Gun is super offensive.

    I’m super disappointed, I really liked the music I’d heard…

     
  9. michaeljsingh:

    Dogs reacting to magic tricks the same way people do: adorably.

     
  10. 23:12 13th Apr 2014

    Notes: 71

    Reblogged from factsinallcaps

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    factsinallcaps:

AS IT TURNS OUT THE SAME AMOUNT OF TIME HAS PASSED IN AMERICA AND ENGLAND, MEANING BOTH DIALECTS HAVE DEVELOPED ROUGHLY THE SAME AMOUNT SINCE SHAKESPEARE’S TIME. 

SINCE THERE ARE NO AUDIO RECORDINGS FROM THAT TIME, THERE IS VERY LITTLE WAY TO KNOW FOR SURE WHAT PEOPLE SOUNDED LIKE AT THE TIME. 

OF COURSE, AMERICA HAS A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT ACCENTS, BUT THE “AMERICAN ACCENT” THOSE POSTS REFER TO ARE USUALLY EAST SOUTHERN OR NEW ENGLAND ACCENTS, WHICH ARE CLOSEST, AMONG AMERICAN DIALECTS, TO THE VARIOUS MODERN BRITISH ACCENTS. 

SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS WERE WRITTEN TO BE READ IN THE ACCENT OF SHAKESPEARE AND HIS PEERS. THE FACT THAT THIS PAST DIALECT WAS A COMMON ANCESTOR OF MODERN BRITISH AND MODERN AMERICAN ACCENTS DOES NOT MEAN SHAKESPEARE WAS PERFORMING AS THE GHOST OF KING HAMLET IN A BOSTON ACCENT. 

AS FOR THE VERY SUBJECTIVE STATEMENT THAT “SHAKESPEARE SOUNDS BEST IN AN AMERICAN ACCENT,” WHOEVER SAID THAT HAS CLEARLY NEVER HEARD SHAKESPEARE’S WORKS IN A HEAVY MINNESOTA ACCENT.

I DO NOT HAVE A PROPER AOURCE FOR THIS INFORMATION BUT WE LEARNED THIS IN A SHAKESPEARE WORKSHOP AT A THESPIAN CONFERENCE AND I HAD FOUND THE RECORDINGS AT SOME POINT A FEW YEARS AGO. IN THE VERY LATE NINETEENTH OR VERY EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY, SOME MANNER OF ACADEMICS FOUND A VILLAGE TUCKED AWAY IN THE HEART OF APPALACHIA THAT HAD REMAINED INCREDIBLY ISOLATED SINCE THE FIRST GENERATION OF INHABITANTS HAD COME TO THE NEW WORLD OVER ONE HUNDRED YEARS PREVIOUSLY. THEIR ONLY BOOKS WERE A BIBLE AND THE COMPLETE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE, SO WHILE THR TOWN HAD A COLLECTIVE THIRD GRADE EDUCATION, EVERY MAN WOMAN AND CHILD COULD RECITE SHAKESPEARE ALONG WITH THEIR BIBLE VERSES IN THE CLOSEST ACCENT STILL IN EXISTENCE TO WHAT IT WAS ORIGINALLY PERFORMED IN. SAID ACADEMICS QUICKLY MADE A RECORDING ON A DEVICE THAT UTTERLY BAFFLED THE PEOPLE OF THE TOWN. I CANNOT SPEAK TO THEIR MASTERY OF THE EXPRESSION AND METER, BUT THEIR VOWELS WERE EXQUISITE ABS QUITE UNLIKE ANY ACCENT WE KNOW TODAY.

    factsinallcaps:

    AS IT TURNS OUT THE SAME AMOUNT OF TIME HAS PASSED IN AMERICA AND ENGLAND, MEANING BOTH DIALECTS HAVE DEVELOPED ROUGHLY THE SAME AMOUNT SINCE SHAKESPEARE’S TIME.

    SINCE THERE ARE NO AUDIO RECORDINGS FROM THAT TIME, THERE IS VERY LITTLE WAY TO KNOW FOR SURE WHAT PEOPLE SOUNDED LIKE AT THE TIME.

    OF COURSE, AMERICA HAS A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT ACCENTS, BUT THE “AMERICAN ACCENT” THOSE POSTS REFER TO ARE USUALLY EAST SOUTHERN OR NEW ENGLAND ACCENTS, WHICH ARE CLOSEST, AMONG AMERICAN DIALECTS, TO THE VARIOUS MODERN BRITISH ACCENTS.

    SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS WERE WRITTEN TO BE READ IN THE ACCENT OF SHAKESPEARE AND HIS PEERS. THE FACT THAT THIS PAST DIALECT WAS A COMMON ANCESTOR OF MODERN BRITISH AND MODERN AMERICAN ACCENTS DOES NOT MEAN SHAKESPEARE WAS PERFORMING AS THE GHOST OF KING HAMLET IN A BOSTON ACCENT.

    AS FOR THE VERY SUBJECTIVE STATEMENT THAT “SHAKESPEARE SOUNDS BEST IN AN AMERICAN ACCENT,” WHOEVER SAID THAT HAS CLEARLY NEVER HEARD SHAKESPEARE’S WORKS IN A HEAVY MINNESOTA ACCENT.

    I DO NOT HAVE A PROPER AOURCE FOR THIS INFORMATION BUT WE LEARNED THIS IN A SHAKESPEARE WORKSHOP AT A THESPIAN CONFERENCE AND I HAD FOUND THE RECORDINGS AT SOME POINT A FEW YEARS AGO. IN THE VERY LATE NINETEENTH OR VERY EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY, SOME MANNER OF ACADEMICS FOUND A VILLAGE TUCKED AWAY IN THE HEART OF APPALACHIA THAT HAD REMAINED INCREDIBLY ISOLATED SINCE THE FIRST GENERATION OF INHABITANTS HAD COME TO THE NEW WORLD OVER ONE HUNDRED YEARS PREVIOUSLY. THEIR ONLY BOOKS WERE A BIBLE AND THE COMPLETE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE, SO WHILE THR TOWN HAD A COLLECTIVE THIRD GRADE EDUCATION, EVERY MAN WOMAN AND CHILD COULD RECITE SHAKESPEARE ALONG WITH THEIR BIBLE VERSES IN THE CLOSEST ACCENT STILL IN EXISTENCE TO WHAT IT WAS ORIGINALLY PERFORMED IN. SAID ACADEMICS QUICKLY MADE A RECORDING ON A DEVICE THAT UTTERLY BAFFLED THE PEOPLE OF THE TOWN. I CANNOT SPEAK TO THEIR MASTERY OF THE EXPRESSION AND METER, BUT THEIR VOWELS WERE EXQUISITE ABS QUITE UNLIKE ANY ACCENT WE KNOW TODAY.

     
  11. 09:57

    Notes: 290

    Reblogged from fandomsandfeminism

    I can’t believe that “Women are more important than animals” is something that I legitimately have people arguing with me about.

    fandomsandfeminism:

    Women are more important than animals. 

    Black women, Latina women, Asian Women, Disabled women, LGBTQIAP+ women, Muslim women, Jewish women, ALL WOMEN are more important than animals. 

    This is not up for debate. We are more important than animals. 

     
  12. Alright, I’m committing.

    Favorite male character in all of media: Jacuzzi Splot.

     
  13. 16:09 11th Apr 2014

    Notes: 26034

    Reblogged from midnitedancer

    Tags: my sexuality: lady knights

    dogbomber:

    Let’s Draw: Lady Knights

    Compiled them all into a photoset. The prompts, respectively:1) Fists, Top Heavy, Nervous, Indian, Shark/Piscine
    2) Bow, Petite, Honest, Spanish, Boar
    3) Staff, Skinny, Evil, Aztec, Insectoid
    4) Mace, Bulky, Mischievous, Russian, Big Cat
    5) Axe, Short, Glum, Japanese, Snake
    6) Sword, Athletic, Bashful, Roman, Bird of Prey
    7) Shield, Perky, Plump, English, Rabbit

    Another fun exercise! At the moment I’m thinking up another prompt to try. Hopefully it’ll be just as interesting!

     
  14. 22:59 10th Apr 2014

    Notes: 1

    really glad we’ve all adopted “not all men” as the hilarious punchline i’ve always seen it as.

     
  15. 13:26

    Notes: 583369

    Reblogged from movieholic92

    movieholic92:

    dancingatbraebent:

    kirstielovesart:

    thevirginharry:

    remember swine flu reblog if ur a tru 2009 kid

    People were practically drinking hand sanitizer during that shit

    STORY TIME swine flu was going on around Homecoming time, and it came to pass that the Monday after Homecoming, something like 10% of…

    I REMEMBER THAT, BECCA.

    Central was a truly magical place.