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youuungvillain:

thefifthkatie:

tunnelsnake:

LOOK AT THIS ELEPHANT BOOPING A GIRAFFE

HOW HAVEN’T I SEEN THIS YET


Oh my god! 😭😍😭😍😭

youuungvillain:

thefifthkatie:

tunnelsnake:

LOOK AT THIS ELEPHANT BOOPING A GIRAFFE

HOW HAVEN’T I SEEN THIS YET

Oh my god! 😭😍😭😍😭

arpakasso:

sweetpulp:

whimsebox:

New installation by Pip & Pop in Kurashiki, Okayama: Through a Hole in the Mountain

magic

Tis the Candy Kingdom

clintbarttons:

where do i sign up to become an amazon

ebirdie:

huffingtonpost:

HERE’S JUST HOW MUCH IT PAYS TO BE CONVENTIONALLY ATTRACTIVE

We’ve come to expect impossible, even improbable standards of beauty to populate our magazines and our television shows. It’s another thing entirely to find they’ve invaded our workplace.

Watch Vox’s full video to see the many other ways these unrealistic beauty standards effect where we work.

Damn I’m screwed

anneboleyns:

Highlights of the new “Mockingjay” trailer

dealanexmachina:

miketysonismahomegurl:

has anyone posted this yet because this is pure gold

Thank you, Matilda.

dealanexmachina:

miketysonismahomegurl:

has anyone posted this yet because this is pure gold

Thank you, Matilda.

Keith Olbermann condemns the NFL’s pathetic sanctions against the Baltimore Raven’s Ray Rice, who was suspended for just 2 games after beating and knocking out his wife (x)

wraparoundcurl:

lazar3tto:

chrisprattawesomesource:

Are you even real

what the hell hes literally the best

…he just wants to cheer up kids in hospitals. 

pardon me, but it is raining on my face.

geeky-amazonian:

the-fly-on-fire:

ethiopienne:

Marissa Alexander, who fired warning shot at husband attacking her, likely won’t see prison after Florida changes ‘Stand Your Ground’ law

(ABC NEWS) - Thirty-three-year-old Marissa Alexander of Florida is “grateful” that she will likely not have to serve 20 years in prison after reportedly firing a warning shot at her allegedly abusive husband, whom she thought was about to attack her.
Alexander stood trial for firing a warning shot against her husband on Aug. 1, 2010.
Alexander testified that her then-husband, Rico Gray Sr., questioned her fidelity and the paternity of her 1-week-old child. She claimed that he broke through a bathroom door that she had locked and grabbed her by the neck. She said she tried to push past him but he shoved her into the door, prompting a struggle.
Afterwards, Alexander claimed that she ran to the garage and tried to leave but was unable to open the garage door, so she retrieved a gun, which she legally owned.
Once inside, she claimed, her husband saw the gun and charged at her “in a rage” saying, “I’ll kill you.” She said she raised the gun and fired a warning shot into the air to scare him off, rather than hurt him.
The jury rejected Alexander’s claims of self-defense, and said the “Stand Your Ground” law didn’t apply to her because she had not been harmed in the struggle.
Alexander’s sentence sparked outrage across the nation, with many claiming racial bias, particularly in the wake of George Zimmerman’s not-guilty verdict, which happened around the same time.
Her lawyer appealed, and won her a new trial late last year.
Florida Governor Rick Scott signed new guidelines into law Friday, inspired by Alexander’s case, ABC News reported. The law allows Florida residents who threaten to use a gun or who fire a warning shot to protect themselves the chance to avoid criminal prosecution.
"We are of course grateful for the governor’s actions," read a statement from Alexander’s legal team.


oh thank god

Finally some good news

geeky-amazonian:

the-fly-on-fire:

ethiopienne:

Marissa Alexander, who fired warning shot at husband attacking her, likely won’t see prison after Florida changes ‘Stand Your Ground’ law

(ABC NEWS) - Thirty-three-year-old Marissa Alexander of Florida is “grateful” that she will likely not have to serve 20 years in prison after reportedly firing a warning shot at her allegedly abusive husband, whom she thought was about to attack her.

Alexander stood trial for firing a warning shot against her husband on Aug. 1, 2010.

Alexander testified that her then-husband, Rico Gray Sr., questioned her fidelity and the paternity of her 1-week-old child. She claimed that he broke through a bathroom door that she had locked and grabbed her by the neck. She said she tried to push past him but he shoved her into the door, prompting a struggle.

Afterwards, Alexander claimed that she ran to the garage and tried to leave but was unable to open the garage door, so she retrieved a gun, which she legally owned.

Once inside, she claimed, her husband saw the gun and charged at her “in a rage” saying, “I’ll kill you.” She said she raised the gun and fired a warning shot into the air to scare him off, rather than hurt him.

The jury rejected Alexander’s claims of self-defense, and said the “Stand Your Ground” law didn’t apply to her because she had not been harmed in the struggle.

Alexander’s sentence sparked outrage across the nation, with many claiming racial bias, particularly in the wake of George Zimmerman’s not-guilty verdict, which happened around the same time.

Her lawyer appealed, and won her a new trial late last year.

Florida Governor Rick Scott signed new guidelines into law Friday, inspired by Alexander’s case, ABC News reported. The law allows Florida residents who threaten to use a gun or who fire a warning shot to protect themselves the chance to avoid criminal prosecution.

"We are of course grateful for the governor’s actions," read a statement from Alexander’s legal team.

oh thank god

Finally some good news