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ladyof-fire:


bought into fairy tales. for fallen kingdoms and lost princesses. for dancing fairies and singing mermaids. for biting colds and burning passions. for a love that can conquer anything. for bravery, for magic.
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01. the flowers - regina spektor; 02. code name vivaldi - the piano guys; 03. lion - rebecca st.james; 04. magic - the jezabels; 05. kiss quick - matthew nathanson; 06. yellow brick road - angus & julia stone; 07. ready to love - bim; 08. enemy - jesca hoop; 09. so she dances - josh groban; 10. girl and the war - josh ritter; 11. dance of the swans - tchaikovski; 12. lighthouse - the hush sound; 13. the demon - emily jane white; 14. carnival of rust - poets of the fall; 15. into the open air - julie fowlis; 16. hoppípolla afturabak - sigur rós. 

ladyof-fire:

bought into fairy tales. for fallen kingdoms and lost princesses. for dancing fairies and singing mermaids. for biting colds and burning passions. for a love that can conquer anything. for bravery, for magic.

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01. the flowers - regina spektor; 02. code name vivaldi - the piano guys; 03. lion - rebecca st.james; 04. magic - the jezabels05. kiss quick - matthew nathanson; 06. yellow brick road - angus & julia stone; 07. ready to love - bim; 08. enemy - jesca hoop; 09. so she dances - josh groban; 10. girl and the war - josh ritter; 11. dance of the swans - tchaikovski; 12. lighthouse - the hush sound; 13. the demon - emily jane white; 14. carnival of rust - poets of the fall; 15. into the open air - julie fowlis; 16. hoppípolla afturabak - sigur rós. 

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a-knight-a-witch-and-the-tardis:

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princessofthedeadsheep:

queer-feeri:

bromazepam:


Circa 1968 Aloisia Rucellai evening bag, gold and platinum, translucent enamel, diamonds, and rubies.


all I can think is Slytherin

#dont even fucking try to tell me thats not slytherin #some slyherin bought that #with her family money thats been handed down to her #to go to a ball in the 60s #dont even fucKING TELL ME IM WRONG

#it looks like it can only be opened with parseltongue

"Oh hold on I gotta get a tampon"
"HISSSSHISHAYISSS"

a-knight-a-witch-and-the-tardis:

wingchestr:

princessofthedeadsheep:

queer-feeri:

bromazepam:

Circa 1968 Aloisia Rucellai evening bag, gold and platinum, translucent enamel, diamonds, and rubies.

all I can think is Slytherin

#dont even fucking try to tell me thats not slytherin #some slyherin bought that #with her family money thats been handed down to her #to go to a ball in the 60s #dont even fucKING TELL ME IM WRONG

#it looks like it can only be opened with parseltongue

"Oh hold on I gotta get a tampon"

"HISSSSHISHAYISSS"

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Sept. 27 11:23 am

justice4mikebrown:

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carryonmywayward-saaan:

"@MakingOfs  Jeremy Renner wearing Scarlett Johansson’s stunt double’s mask on the Avengers 2 set."

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rincewindsapprentice:

I just feel that population statistics sort of break down in terms of usefulness when you’re talking about an area like the US. Sure, only around 1% of the nation is Muslim, but that makes it seem like they practically don’t exist. Yet you look just around my state, and there is Dearborn, a heavily Muslim city which has the largest Arab population outside the Middle East, and is both a significant population center and economic center. But you don’t get that impression from the statistic.

Applying that more broadly, while stats like that do serve a purpose, they aren’t very useful to understanding what is going on in the world. It’s easy to dismiss things which only constitute a small proportion of the population. But once you think of it in terms of the actual number of people, it becomes a lot more difficult to dismiss their issues.

1% is easy to ignore. 3 million is a lot more difficult to ignore.

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When asked whether he has gotten any offers to venture into Hollywood during his 20-year career, Jung Woo Sung replied, “Going abroad should not be an actor’s ultimate goal.”

He added, “Of course, filming foreign projects is up to the individual, and they will have a reason for doing so.” Then he frankly stated, “Hollywood is a white-dominated industry, so unfortunately the main character has to be white. But I want to be a main character.”

He further explained, “I’m not sure why Asian actors must make it their goal to enter Hollywood, if it means that they will end up playing villains and supporting characters.”

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south korean actor, jung woo sung, speaking frankly about casting and job opportunities in hollywood. (x)

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