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Posted 11 hours ago

Seattle 2002 & 2014

Posted 12 hours ago

bradleysbumchin:

it’s been exactly 10 years since Rachel got off that plane and I’m still not over it.

this is how you end a show. you don’t give the audience exactly what they want, or take it completely away from them either, you leave them with the idea of what could be

you don’t throw all sanity to hell in the hopes of going out with a bang, you go out with a warm hug and a thank you 

you don’t give the characters the perfect dream ending, you give them something better

and this is how you end a show that is so powerful, people are still emotional about it 10 years after it ends.

(Source: transponsters)

Posted 12 hours ago

(Source: fandbfic)

Posted 13 hours ago
Posted 14 hours ago

ghosts-in-the-tv:

St. George’s Shopping Centre, Preston.

Posted 15 hours ago

But one particular document—from the early 1900s, she estimates—caught her eye. “The wording was so unusual,” says Dennehy, who now works for the National Council on Crime & Delinquency. “It was for a prisoner who had died in custody at the old state prison, and next to ‘cause of death’, it read ‘judicial homicide.’”

It’s a telling turn of phrase. Sometime during the 20th century—historical sources disagree as to the exact year—the term “capital punishment” entered American legal parlance, and with it a sanitized rebranding of state-sanctioned killings. Dennehy had never heard the term “judicial homicide” used before encountering it in the vault, nor—during her 30-year career in corrections that followed—did she hear it used again. Taken separately, the words “capital” and “punishment” are both qualifiers for the condemned, but “judicial homicide” points to someone else entirely. It’s the guard standing at the door to the death chamber, the strap-down team member holding the prisoner’s ankles, and the physician inserting the needle. It’s the people who walk into the death chamber and walk back out, and sure, their task is judicial. But just because we call it “punishment” now, does it affect their psyches any less than when we called it “homicide”?

Posted 16 hours ago

snarliekelly:

agentbering:

jessepumpkin:

i can only handle so much socializing until i get tired and start getting irritated towards everyone and want to go home and sleep or lock myself in my room and go on the computer

This is what it means to be an introvert. Not being shy. This.

(Source: pinkmanjesse)

Posted 17 hours ago
Posted 18 hours ago

the-times-like-these:

caseymcoulter:

The Land and the Sea.

This fucked me up

Posted 19 hours ago

Natalie Dormer for People Magazine 2014, photographed by Simon Emmett. {credit}

Natalie Dormer for People Magazine 2014, photographed by Simon Emmett. {credit}

Posted 20 hours ago
Posted 21 hours ago

magic-disney:

shield-maiden-for-christ:

moistplinth03:

picture-of-sophisticated-grace:

No Sven, we're not going back. She's with her true love.
Best One Yet

I love these transitional gifs

BEST ONE YET

Posted 21 hours ago
Posted 1 day ago

spockemon:

lip licking gifs are back and here’s our precious cutie pie licking his pouty lips mmm sweet :3

Posted 1 day ago
therainingkiwi:

10thcloctor:

you can’t even understand how many years i have waited for a picture like this you really can’t fucking understand

kiwis are always relevant on my blog.

therainingkiwi:

10thcloctor:

you can’t even understand how many years i have waited for a picture like this you really can’t fucking understand

kiwis are always relevant on my blog.