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  • 11/25/14--15:33: "How is your writing going?"
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  • 11/25/14--16:28: Photo

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    Fixed it

    I knew it needed to be gayer.

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    But what if the special is actually a canon story?  What is the special has NOTHING to do with BBC Sherlock but is actually a fucking canon story, with them as canon Holmes and Watson?


    I’m not here but there are some things I have to reblog. Goddam photo.

    OMG ha! I nearly made a post that said  "I’m just going to count down the hours until mildredandbobbin comes back to tumblr” And here you are…


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    Literary Luncheon Dress in Berry - $26.99 (50% off for 24 hours only!)

    I’ve wanted the yellow version so bad but should I start with this one? I don’t knoooooow

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    From the looks oh Dean’s situation I don’t think he to the one to give advise on women right now 


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    I’m gonna need y’all to tag your Ferguson stuff. I get it. I’m glad you’re reblogging it. I am. But this is truly heartbreaking to me. So tag it please? Or I have to unfollow because I’m fuckin delicate as shit right now. And this thing is painful.

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    FINE. I’m turning it on.

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    OH GOD.


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  • 11/25/14--18:58: I KNEW! IT! I KNEEEWW ITT!

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    thewinterarcher replied to your post: OMG OMG JIMMY NOVAK! FINALLY. OH GOD. …


    MY BABY. He matters so much. He sacrificed everything. Jimmy deserves so much.

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    AWWWWW It’s Sheriff MILLS and the bad Minnesota accent lady! NEATO!

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    Jessica Williams responding to #NoIndictment for murderer Darren Wilson.

    I stand by this.

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    The whole world is watching the Ferguson police with disgust. They killed an unarmed, college-bound Black youth in broad daylight, and subsequently responded to peaceful, constitutionally-protected protests with extreme violence and repression.

    Countless constitutional and human rights violations by these police have been documented over the course of the Ferguson protests; from attacking and threatening journalists, to using tear gas against peaceful protesters, including children.

    Now, Governor Nixon has again activated the National Guard to “support law enforcement.” But you don’t have to follow their orders—you can stand with the protesters instead.

    Our true duty

    When we signed up, we swore an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States.

    The police in Ferguson are violating that Constitution.

    The First Amendment guarantees the right to free speech, freedom of assembly and freedom of the press.

    These laws are, as we are taught our entire lives, our most cherished Constitutional rights—the whole basis for the “freedom” we are told makes us the greatest country on Earth.

    It is undeniable that the Ferguson police has used extreme violence against peaceful protesters, suppressing the right of the people to free speech and the freedom to assemble. They have attacked crowds, with children in them, with rubber bullets, sound cannons and tear gas. People have been mass arrested for simply being at the protest.

    Freedom of the press has also been severely infringed upon by Ferguson police. Journalists have been arrested; photo evidence shows riot police firing tear gas directly at reporters and tearing down their camera equipment; Ferguson police have been caught on video threatening journalists with violence if they don’t leave, and declaring that they are not allowed in the protest area.

    With such important and dramatic events unfolding, the right of the people in the United States to have the truth covered by the press is essential to any so-called democratic society.

    The people have the right to protest. If we were truly honoring our oath, we would be in Ferguson to protect the protesters against the repression of their rights by the police.

    We don’t just have a legal obligation, but a moral one

    Clearly, we would be within our legal rights to refuse to help the Ferguson police unconstitutionally suppress these protests. But beyond the constitutional case, we have a moral obligation to refuse to participate.

    The Ferguson police are treating this like a war. And we know that not all wars are just.

    These protests have done something very important in our society: they have raised the deep issues we face of inequality, poverty, racism and police misconduct onto a national stage. It has turned public consciousness to these real problems that plague our society.

    Do you really want to be part of suppressing those civilians raising all these important issues on the national stage?

    Racist police brutality is a real issue in America

    The autopsy of Michael Brown confirms at least five eye-witness accounts that the young man—who was not even suspected by Darren Wilson of any crime—was shot while he had his hands in the air.

    Those of us in the military—especially with combat experience—knows that this flies in the face of any Rules of Engagement, and we know that it is completely ridiculous to believe that Darren Wilson feared for his life in anyway whatsoever.

    Increasingly, the issue of rampant police brutality in America—most frequently by white officers against people of color, with an African American killed every 28 hours by police—is garnering more and more attention on a national and international scale.

    Outrage by the community against the state’s refusal to hold Darren Wilson accountable is entirely justified; the movement, led by Black youth, is a just movement.  

    History is unfolding, with the whole world watching. You have a decision to make on which side of history to be on.

    You will make history, one way or the other

    If you take part in the suppression of the protests for Michael Brown, we will be enshrined in history just as the National Guard soldiers who followed their orders to attack and repress civil rights actions, union pickets and anti-war protests. History has not looked kindly on them.

    But you have the chance to make a different kind of history.

    Imagine the powerful impact it would have if you abandoned your posts and marched with the protesters.

    That single action could have the biggest possible effect on the crisis in Ferguson and the larger issues it represents in the entire country. It could be a major turning point in the fight against racism, inequality and police abuse.

    You wouldn’t be alone. There is a whole community of service members, veterans and civilian supporters who would defend your right to do so. And now, in this critical moment, we are urging you to exercise that right.

    Justice for Mike Brown! Arrest Darren Wilson!

    …add your name to this open letter to the National Guard by emailing your name, branch and dates of service, and any deployments to

    This appeal is signed by:

    Post-911 veterans:
    Kourtney Mitchell, US Army, 2011-present
    Sara Beining, US Army, 2004-present (Iraq war veteran)
    Kelsa Pellettiere, US Army, 2009-present
    Anonymous Air Force Technical Sergeant, 2000-present (Afghanistan war veteran)
    Jhassier Laurentes, US Navy, 2013-present
    SSG Al Robinson III, US Army, 1999-present (Afghanistan war veteran)
    Lisa Wnek, US Air Force, 2009 - 2014 (Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran)
    Monique Salhab, US Army, 1997-2007 (Iraq war veteran)
    Margaret Stevens, US Army, 1997-2004
    Chantelle Bateman, US Marines Reserve, 2003-2009 (Iraq war veteran)
    Mike Prysner, US Army, 2001-2005 (Iraq war veteran)
    Sean McCrea, US Marines, 2005-2012 (Iraq war veteran)
    William Felton, US Army, 2005-2012 (Iraq war veteran) 
    Kevin Benderman, US Army, 1987-1991 & 2000-2008 (Iraq war veteran)
    Alynn McLellan, US Army, 2008-2012 (Iraq war veteran)
    Danny Birmingham, US Army, 2009-2012 (Iraq war veteran)
    Adam Fuentes, US Navy, 2007-2012    
    Ryan Endicott, US Marines, 2004-2008 (Iraq war veteran)
    William Griffin, US Army, 2004-2010 (Iraq war veteran)
    Jason Cardenas, US Army, 2002-2007 (Iraq war veteran)
    Hart Viges, US Army, 2001-2004 (Iraq war veteran)
    Ross Caputi, US Marines, 2003-2006 (Iraq war veteran)
    Camillo Mejia, US Army, 1995-2010 (Iraq war veteran)
    James Circello, US Army, 2001-2008 (Iraq war veteran)
    Jayel Aheram, US Marines, 2006-2010 (Iraq war veteran)
    Miguel Colon, US Marines, 2001-2006 (Iraq war veteran)
    Wendy Barranco, US Army, 2003-2006 (Iraq war veteran)
    Michael Sullivan, US Army, 2005-2007 (Iraq war veteran)
    Kristen Walston, US Navy, 1996-2003 
    Vincent Emanuele, US Marines, 2002-2006 (Iraq war veteran)
    Jeremy Berggren, US Marines, 1998-2004
    Ken Braley, US Army, 2002-2005
    Jessie Ryan, US Army, 2000-2006 (Iraq war veteran)
    Nick Kallio, US Army, 2007-2013 (Iraq war veteran)
    Joe Soel, US Army, 2006-2014 (Iraq war veteran)
    Jami King, US Army, 2004-2005
    Richard Stroder, US Marines, 2004-2009 (Iraq war veteran)
    Anonymous, US Army, 2005-2010 (Iraq war veteran)
    Jonathan Engle, US Army, 2007-2013 (Iraq war veteran)
    Amber Royster, US Navy, 2000-2006
    Michael Downs, US Army, 1985-2009
    Zollie Goodman, US Navy, 2002-2006 (Iraq war veteran)
    Kasey Keck, US Army (Iraq war veteran)
    Curtis Sirmans, US Army, 2006-2012 (Iraq war veteran)
    Michael Nelson Hanes, US Marines, 1994-2004 (Iraq war veteran)   
    Clifton Hicks, US Army, 2003-2005 (Iraq war veteran)
    Aaron Myracle, US Army, 2002-2010 (Iraq war veteran)
    Kelvin Rodeo, US Navy, 2007-2011
    Danilo Deocampo, US Navy, 1997 - 2003
    Nate Yielding, Virginia Army National Guard 2001-2007, Maryland Air Guard 2007-2011
    Aaron Myracle, Washington Army National Guard, 2002-2010
    Damien Boyd, US Army, 2001-2014
    Victor Agosto, US Army, 2005-2009 (Iraq War Veteran)
    Alec Stevens, US Air Force, 1999-2008
    Jason Mizula, US Army &US Coast Guard, 2002-2008 (Iraq War veteran)
    Daniel Fargason, US Army, 2005-2009 (Iraq war veteran)
    David A Meyer, US Air Force, 1979 - 2001
    Lara Gale, US Army & Air Force Reserve , 1999-2006
    Andrew Dyer, US Navy, 2001-2012
    Gloria A, Downey, US Air Force, 2002 - 2009 (Iraq war veteran)
    German Martinez, US Marines, 2010-2014
    James Poteet, US Army & National Guard, 1993-2001
    Carmine Matlock, US Air Force, 2005-2010
    Maggie Martin, US Army, 2002-2006 (Iraq War Veteran)
    Robert Howell, Illinois Air National Guard, 1999 to 2011 (Iraq war veteran)
    Ian LaVallee, US Army, 2005-2009 (Iraq war veteran)
    Adam G. House, US Army, 2006-2010
    Claire White, US Air Force, 2006-2012
    Randall Mayhugh, US Army, 2003-2006
    Jovanni Reyes, US Army, 1993-2005 
    Ramon Mejia, US Marines, 2001-2004 (Iraq war veteran)
    Matt Stys, US Army & Penn. Army National Guard, 1990-1998, 2005-2009
    Angela Hamnes, US Navy, 2001-2011
    Joe Nunley, US Marines, 1997-2002
    Justin Thompson, US Army, 2007-2010 (Iraq war veteran)

    …add your name to this open letter to the National Guard by emailing your name, branch and dates of service, and any deployments to

    Pre-911 veterans:
    Daniel Craig, US Army (Gulf war veteran)
    Gerry Werhan, US Marines, 1971-1994 (Gulf war veteran)
    Curt Schaiberger, US Army, 1987-1991 (Gulf War veteran)
    Michael T. McPhearson, U.S. Army 1981-1992 (Gulf War Veteran)
    Forrest Schmidt, US Army, 1994-2000
    John Fortier, US Air Force, 1952-1955 (Korean war veteran)
    Bill Perry, US Army, 1967-1968 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Matt Dubuc, US Army, 1994-1997 (Bosnia veteran)
    Sanfod Kelson, US Army, 1963-1966
    Alexis Fectaeu, US Airforce, 22 years
    Benny Harris, US Navy, 1973-1993
    Eric Meyer, US Navy, 1967-1971 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Victoria Marx, US Navy, 1969-1976 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Charles SHelton, US Coast Guard, 1969-1972
    Annzala Pitt, US Army, 9 years
    Leonard Vernon, US Army, 1964-1966
    Tom Adams, US Army, 1971-1973
    Paul Appell, US Army, 1968-1971 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Derrick Wilson, US Army, 6 years
    Danny McGregor, US Navy, 21 years
    Douglas Ryder, US Navy, 1964-1967 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Arlene Edwards, US Army Nurse Corps, 1966-1970 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Tommy Griffin, US Army, 1976-1999
    Gary Lail, US Navy, 1964-1968
    Selena Vincin, US Army, 1995-1997
    Danny Fry, US Army, 1970 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Albert Sargis, US Marines, 1956-1962
    Dave Logsdon, US Navy, 1966-1970
    Ken Ashe, US Army, 1969-1971 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Sven Pihl, US Navy, 1986-1990
    William Holcomb, US Navy, 1946-1949
    Daveed Williams, US Navy, 1987-1990
    Nick Velvet, US Army, 1967-1969 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Harold Donle, US Marines (Vietnam war veteran)
    Paul Turner, US Air Force, 1981-1988
    Jamie St. Clair, US Navy, 4 years
    Allie Thorpe, US Navy, 4 years
    Bill Graffam, US Navy (Korean war veteran)
    Mike Madden, US Air Force, 1973-1979
    Ron Arm, US Army, 1966-1971
    Tarak Kauff, US Army, 1959-1962
    Tom Palumbo, US Army, 1978-1993
    Patrick McCann, US Air Force, 1970-1972
    Mark Foreman, US Navy, 1966-1968 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Gerry Condon, US Army, 1967-1975 
    Ron Arm, US Army, 1966-1971 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Mike Budd, US Army, 1968-1971 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Amos Sunshine, US Army, 1952-1955
    Glenn Wright, US Air Force, 1962-1974
    James Domenico, US Navy, 1973-1976
    Janice Josephine Carney, U.S. Army 1969-1972 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Russell Brown, US Marines, 1966-68
    Priscilla J Leach, US Coast Guard Reserve, 1982-94
    Ray Reese, US Marine Corps 1956-1962
    Ray Albrecht, US Army, 1974 - 1977
    Christopher G. Wales, USN, 1980-1986 
    Marlon Moore, US Navy, 1990-1999
    James C. Branch, US Navy, 1985-1996
    Thomas Easley, US Army, 1972-1974
    Dennis Lambert, US Army, 1992-2000
    Douglas A. Stuart, US Army, 1968-1970 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Gary E. May, US Marines, 1967-1968 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Emanuele Vorso, US Air Force (Retired)
    William Miniutti USMC 1968-1970 (Vietnam war veteran)
    James Reagan Marcroft-Clark, US Marines, 1996-2000
    Maxwell Burgess, US Navy, 1979-1984
    April Adams, US Army, 1990-2000
    Tom Palumbo, US Army & Reserves, 1978-1992
    Russell Bates, US Navy, 1967-1970
    Tariq Khan, US Air Force, 1996-2000
    Paul Appell, US Army, 1968-1971 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Reese Forbes, US Army, 1968-1970
    Vernon Haltom, US Air Force, 1986-1992
    George Waldman, US Air Force, 1960-1969
    Carolyn Rowan, US Air Force, 1976-1978
    Steven M Cross, US Army, 1970 – 1972 (Vietnam war veteran)
    Michael Mangini, US Army, 1979-1983
    Deston Denniston US Army, 1988-1990
    Nate Goldshlag, US Army 1970-1972
    M. Lara Hoke, US Navy, 1990-1994
    Colin Jenkins, US Army, 1994-1998
    Bill Mattis, US Marines, 1969 - 1971
    Adolph L. Biel II, US Navy, Vietman Era
    Aubrey Deloney, US Navy, 1996-2000
    Charles Dean Pleasant Jr., US Air Force, 1972-1976
    Jeannie Ramsey, US Navy, 1974-1976
    George R. Jenkins, US Army, 1965-1967 (Vietnam war veteran)

    …add your name to this open letter to the National Guard by emailing your name, branch and dates of service to


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    Princess Martin of Bag End

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  • 11/26/14--17:09: Jurassic World
  • katie-keysburg:


    Please for the love of god, do not have a scene where Chris Pratt takes his shirt off. These films were never about any of that kind of shit, they’re in a class all their own..keep it that way..dont throw any modern sexual under passes in this damn film..we know he’s buff we dont need to see that shit. He plays a stone faced Raptor Handler..keep it that way.


    I am not sure we were watching the same movies.

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    Stop shopping there.

    Don’t look their way.

    Do not support Walmart and any stores under their brand.

    ASDA is the UK branch of Walmart. Do not buy from there.

    There is absolutely no proof that this happened and thus far it appears to be false.


    This has 30,000 notes and no one thought to research this?

    Shit like this is more harmful than helpful. 

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