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hoyaholic-hopanda:

i salute you for all the women out there.

(Source: spekyulate, via the-absolute-funniest-posts)

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16 hours ago

thirstymuslim:

16stolenxpaperthin:

I've learned everything! And I had to learn it on my own.

The moment you realize that Ozai banishing his eldest son was the best thing he could have done for him.

Thanks for 800!

America is the fire nation.

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20 hours ago
Anonymous asked: You are so pretty but I wish you were a bit skinnier :/


Answer:

hoodjab:

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20 hours ago

chadleymacguff:

incubecfrmmars:

What the fuck is in the Malik blood? This is insane. Holy geezus…

i’m feeling very attacked right now

(Source: calumpayne, via fluffyy--unicorn)

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20 hours ago

standwithpalestine:

Celebrities speak out against Israel’s terrorist attacks on Gaza

(via Jewish Voice for Peace)

(via anneboleyns)

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sleepydrummer:

“Believe me—the crowd gave me $18 in tips. I ran out the door. Bought a whole chicken. Ran up Seventh Avenue to my home. Mother and I ate that night— and we have been eating pretty well since.”—Billie Holiday, recounts her first paid singing gig

sleepydrummer:

“Believe me—the crowd gave me $18 in tips. I ran out the door. Bought a whole chicken. Ran up Seventh Avenue to my home. Mother and I ate that night— and we have been eating pretty well since.”

—Billie Holiday, recounts her first paid singing gig

(Source: downbeat.com, via thefilmcanister)

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1 day ago

Demian Bichir, star of The Bridge (Vulture)

(via thefilmcanister)

If Hollywood tells you a story about Mexico, they will not cast a blue-eyed, blonde for any Mexican roles, although we have a vast population of blonde, blue-eyed Mexicans. But Hollywood thinks, We need to show you a peasant with a donkey. We need to show you that this street is filthy and there are rats everywhere so you know we’re in Mexico. Sometimes the Hollywood point of view is too narrow.

…[Juárez has] problems like any other major city in the world, but it’s a modern city. It’s a fantastic city. It’s a beautiful city. So it’s your choice which part of that city to show, like a bus station, “Let’s bring in this bus from World War II, almost like the cars they have in Cuba!” Cuba was cut off from the world because of the blockade, so they don’t have modern buses. But Mexico has not been under any blockade, so we do have modern buses. So if you choose to bring in a really old, beat-up bus in order to show the world that this is Mexico and not the U.S., that’s the choice you make as a producer, but I’m not necessarily agreeing with that.
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