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men-photo-art:

Carlos McLendon, by George Platt Lynes

men-photo-art:

Carlos McLendon, by George Platt Lynes

dlubes:

iamcaswinchester:

dlubes:

caskles:

dlubes:

who knew a card in cards against humanity could remind me of high school

Did you mean supernatural

no i meant high school honestly why do you guys do this

I think you mean supernatural

i literally do not

dlubes:

iamcaswinchester:

dlubes:

caskles:

dlubes:

who knew a card in cards against humanity could remind me of high school

Did you mean supernatural

no i meant high school honestly why do you guys do this

I think you mean supernatural

i literally do not

(Source: superprettyx)

quickjesse:

wonder woman of earth 23
↳the multiversity 1
homotography:

Melancholy by Hadar

homotography:

Melancholy by Hadar

(Source: heathyr)

well-this-is-nonsense:

No Good Deed, by Claidhcori
this is so awesome

well-this-is-nonsense:

No Good Deed, by Claidhcori

this is so awesome

vvankinq:


fullmooney
:

it’s just universally accepted that band geeks is the best episode of spongebob

Whoever’s the owner of the white sedan, you left your lights on
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thewintersoldiersbutt:

Happy 75th Anniversary to The Wizard of Oz! To celebrate, I present to you;

Movies in a Nutshell: The Wizard of Oz

holybatblogbatman:

A lot has been written about Barbara Gordon and what she did for the representation of people with disabilities in comics. So I won’t bore you with all my views on the matter.
Suffice to say Barbara Gordon became, in almost 30 years of comic history, a shining example of how there are many ways to fight for what is right, not just in a uniform. And how courage is not jumping in front of a bullet - it’s picking yourself up after the bullet hits its mark.
She is also probably the strongest, most consistent and valued female character to ever appear in comics. But that’s just my opinion.

holybatblogbatman:

A lot has been written about Barbara Gordon and what she did for the representation of people with disabilities in comics. So I won’t bore you with all my views on the matter.

Suffice to say Barbara Gordon became, in almost 30 years of comic history, a shining example of how there are many ways to fight for what is right, not just in a uniform. And how courage is not jumping in front of a bullet - it’s picking yourself up after the bullet hits its mark.

She is also probably the strongest, most consistent and valued female character to ever appear in comics. But that’s just my opinion.