mondozuryuu:

rabblerowser:

skilledcunnilinguist:

silver-whale:

This is unspeakably perfect.

I died.

I guess you could say this moment was stone cold gold

yes

mondozuryuu:

rabblerowser:

skilledcunnilinguist:

silver-whale:

This is unspeakably perfect.

I died.

I guess you could say this moment was stone cold gold

yes

(via hatssherlockhappiness)

bethanyhagen:

revolver-levi:

Stella Angelova Swordplay

The behind-the-back flip!

bethanyhagen:

revolver-levi:

Stella Angelova Swordplay

The behind-the-back flip!

(Source: reddit.com)

"When wealth is passed off as merit, bad luck is seen as bad character. This is how ideologues justify punishing the sick and the poor. But poverty is neither a crime nor a character flaw. Stigmatise those who let people die, not those who struggle to live."

Sarah Kendzior, A government shutdown, a social breakdown (via randomactsofchaos)

(Source: allisonkilkenny, via teenlibrariantoolbox)

rj-anderson:

theletteraesc:

eraofstories:

haaretz:

At least three dead in two shootings at Jewish centers in Kansas. 15-year-old boy reported to be critically wounded; police report one person was in custody; man reportedly yelled ‘Heil Hitler’ when police arrested him.

Click here for the full story and breaking developments

Reblogging again to add: 

Also, non-Jews, please spread this. People will forget about it otherwise. The police say they aren’t ready to call it a hate crime, despite the fact that witnesses have said that the man was asking people if they were Jewish and waiting for an affirmative response before shooting. The more people who are paying attention to this story the harder it will be for it to be swept under the rug. 

A lot of people are currently very excited about the recent Cap movie. If you believe that it was worthwhile for Steve Rogers to fight fictional nazis, please show that you care about the people harmed by those in the real world who still agree with Nazi ideology. If you can get super excited and make tons of posts about Cap, then you can do this too, right? (obviously there are people who are upset/triggered by this stuff, which is an entirely different situation. but if you can spread the word please do)

Oh no of course not a hate crime -_-

Of course they’re casting doubt on its being a hate crime. Because it’s not like anti-semitism has been a pernicious and shameful constant in the history of Western civilization or anything. Just some Gentile guy having a bad day, let’s not be hasty.

*grinds teeth*

kmyechan:

melaniedelon:

Drama queen

Rejoice, everyone, because Mélanie Delon is on Tumblr! :D

kmyechan:

melaniedelon:

Drama queen

Rejoice, everyone, because Mélanie Delon is on Tumblr! :D

(via lbardugo)

purelymodest:


Abu Ali, the old Bookseller on Mutanabbi Street died today on April 10th, 2014. 

Anyone who sells books for living and offers the world a window to knowledge deserves a little acknowledgement, so please recite Al-fatiha for him.

purelymodest:

Abu Ali, the old Bookseller on Mutanabbi Street died today on April 10th, 2014.

Anyone who sells books for living and offers the world a window to knowledge deserves a little acknowledgement, so please recite Al-fatiha for him.

(via 3iraqiya)

medievalpoc:

psqqa:

medievalpoc:

soleminisanction:

medievalpoc:

spacealtie:

medievalpoc:

ringtales:

medievalpoc:

Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner

Speaking of movies, this is basically Inuit Beowulf.

It was written, produced, directed, and acted entirely by Inuit people. I think a lot of people might be interested in Medieval Inuit art and literature, and this is a pretty great example.

You can watch and download the entire trilogy here for free (but donate if you can!!!); Atanarjuat is the first film and takes place around 1000 A.D.-ish. It also won a LOT of awards. Keep in mind: it’s entirely in Inuktitut, with English subtitles.

it’s a stunning movie

I’ve now finished watching the entire trilogy, and I have to say that all three films are mind-blowingly amazing.

Make sure you have a box of tissues, though because they will leave you pretty weepy.

I’ve watched it saturday und it is absolutely fascinating to see ancient inuits through the eyes of modern inuits !

Oh, absolutely! I love how they created the script, with double-checking on the action and the dialogue, and different elders pointing out small inconsistencies like, “Oh, no, they wouldn’t have spoken to each other at that point, it was illegal back then.” I love that they tried to make it as historically accurate as possible.

Video Interviews with the cast are available too.

Additional cool thing: the company that created this trilogy, Isuma, has since transformed their website into an indigenous people’s web TV channel. So what sites like ThatGuyWithTheGlasses, ScrewAttack, and the Escapist are for geeky pursuits, IsumaTV attempting to be for indigenous creators. 

Check them out, they’re pretty cool. 

^^I didn’t know that! Amazing!!

A few years ago the director, Zacharias Kunuk, also made the first documentary to discuss climate change from the perspective of the Inuit, focusing on their own traditional body of knowledge regarding the environment. It’s called Qapirangajuq: Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change and can be found here.

I am absolutely going to watch that, and wanted to reblog so others can have the opportunity to do so. Thank you!

I saw this movie years ago. It still pops up in my mind every now and then.

(via yahighway)

I actually thought this was a pic of katiecotugno, then I saw that she had reblogged this.

I actually thought this was a pic of katiecotugno, then I saw that she had reblogged this.

(Source: mature-hat.com, via katiecotugno)