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Sep 18, 2014 / 143,119 notes

I hate that feeling when you’re not necessarily sad, but you just feel really empty and every little thing gets to you and everyone that talks to you makes you angry and you want to punch everyone in the face

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shes beauty, shes grace
Sep 18, 2014 / 28,861 notes

shes beauty, shes grace

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yes, i’m pretty much close of this today…
Sep 14, 2014 / 11,034 notes

yes, i’m pretty much close of this today…

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Sep 14, 2014 / 9,813 notes
Sep 8, 2014

summer rain

Sep 7, 2014

hot rainy weather. loving it .

celandinedesign:

Ta-daaah! Danny finished the type and it’s up in both our Society 6 accounts - both the veggies on their own, and the final poster version with the quote. 
Big thanks to Danny Ivan for involving me in this fun and cheerful series. I loved doing the piece and it came out really sweet!
Sep 6, 2014 / 1,047 notes

celandinedesign:

Ta-daaah! Danny finished the type and it’s up in both our Society 6 accounts - both the veggies on their own, and the final poster version with the quote

Big thanks to Danny Ivan for involving me in this fun and cheerful series. I loved doing the piece and it came out really sweet!

Sep 5, 2014 / 662,606 notes

giddytf2:

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Always reblog big kitties with their leetle kitties.

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he knew it…
Aug 30, 2014

he knew it…

spokeart:

The Fields of Trenzalore by Tim Doyle
A limited edition screen print, measuring a massive 24” x 36”! Only 100 signed and numbered copies made….. glows in the dark!
Pick one up now: http://bit.ly/trenzalore
Aug 30, 2014 / 5,252 notes

spokeart:

The Fields of Trenzalore by Tim Doyle

A limited edition screen print, measuring a massive 24” x 36”! Only 100 signed and numbered copies made….. glows in the dark!

Pick one up now: http://bit.ly/trenzalore

Aug 30, 2014 / 3,968 notes

loltias:

sorry to ruin such a lovely day, but I’m going to bring up the Grind since it’s August.

every year, the faroe islands kill thousands of endangered long-finned pilot whales for sport. it is considered a tradition that goes back to the 1500s and is carried out still today. it is called The Grind.

some argue ruining a tradition so old is immoral and disrespectful to those living there, but considering the endangerment of these animals and the brutality that takes place, it should be easy to say that a stop needs to be put to this.

long-finned pilot whales travel in nearby, warmer waters to give birth. those that take part in The Grind could care less that they are slaughtering, torturing, and ripping out fetuses from pregnant whales. 

what happens to the meat? some of it is divided up among the locals, yet most of it is left to rot on the beach. the meat is also quite poisonous due to pollutants in the water and is not considered okay for consumption.

WARNING: Gruesome Description

So how does an entire community manage to go out and kill pilot whales? Do they use harpoons like Japanese whalers, or large boats? No.

Boats go out to herd up the whales who are usually far from the shore area. They push them towards the shore in a similar way the infamous Taiji Cove does; by creating loud noises and vibrations in the water to get the whales in the direction they want. the whales are chased to shore, where they become stranded and trapped. Those that are not lead to shore are hooked near the blowhole and dragged.

then the community begins the slaughter. those that are stranded are stabbed with knives. Their veins and arteries are cut to prevent blood from reaching their heads. The process is not only gruesome and gory, but long. it can take 30 seconds to 5 minutes for a pilot whale to die. not only do the individual whales face this ordeal, but they are surrounded by family going through the same thing and are aware of everything that happens to them. 

children take part in this, often getting help from parents to slaughter the whales. they pose on dead carcasses for pictures and smile. others rip out the fetuses of the whales or continue mutilating them for enjoyment. 

This event is technically illegal, considering the species most often killed is endangered. However, the Faroese government allows it. 

Sea Shepherd is beginning to take part in ending it. They are going out this year to try and prevent the Grind from happening and bringing awareness to those performing the actions to understand that the cetaceans they are killing are fully aware of themselves, their family, and have the same emotions as humans and perhaps more. 

if you’d like to help, please sign petitions (xxx) or support Sea Shepherd and other organizations to help bring this to an end.

This year, luckily, the presence of Sea Shepherd prevented the whaling from occurring. No whales have been killed this year.

worthless people

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Aug 25, 2014
Aug 25, 2014 / 995,961 notes

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skittleoakley:

Daughter tells her Dad he’s going to be a Grandpa [x]

When he says “really” ;’)

Never leave this un-reblogged

my heart is not okay.. I’m about to cry

I cried already.

This is beyond perfect.

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Aug 21, 2014

Loving this 

Aug 12, 2014 / 48,142 notes