Everyone around me when I talk about my research.

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littleblueartist:

the-captains-wife:

yournucleardeterrent:

“Pepper, pay attention to me”

I guess she forgot to take him or a walk today

if anyone needs me i’ll just be over here laughing for the next ten years

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majesticfap:

lightbluenymphadora:

trvllngjwllr:

lustrousjaybird:

nomarion:

Blueberry?

So I was reading up on Avengers trivia and apparently RDJ kept food hidden all over this set and they couldn’t find where it was so they just kinda let him continue doing it. So that’s his actual food he’s offering and whenever he’s eating in a scene, it’s not scripted. He was just hungry.

RDJ is a squirrel

I will never NOT reblog this

He is the most adorable narcissist ever.

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nbchannibal:

Is Will losing track of time? Hannibal begins TONIGHT at 10/9c!

obsessed. 

some things never change

Sometimes instead of writing papers on the Southern Gothic, you need pictures of a dancing superhero. Don’t judge.

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ozzienews:

http://www.ozzienews.com/historic/on-this-day-in-1981-2/

On May 5, 1981, imprisoned Irish Catholic militant Bobby Sands dies after refusing food for 66 days in protest of his treatment as a criminal rather than a political prisoner by British authorities.

His death immediately kicked-off widespread rioting in Belfast, as young Irish-Catholic militants clashed with police and British Army patrols and started fires.

Bobby SandsBobby Sands was born into a Catholic family in a Protestant area of Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 1954. In 1972, sectarian violence forced his family to move to public housing in a Catholic area, where Sands was recruited by the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA). The Provisional IRA, formed in 1969 after a break with the Official IRA, advocated violence and terrorism as a means of winning independence for Northern Ireland from Britain. (The Provisional IRA, the dominant branch, is generally referred to as simply the IRA.)

After independence, according to the IRA, Northern Ireland would be united with the Republic of Ireland in a socialist Irish republic. In 1972, Sands was arrested and convicted of taking part in several IRA robberies. Because he was convicted for IRA activities, he was given “special category status” and sent to a prison that was more akin to a prisoner of war camp because it allowed freedom of dress and freedom of movement within the prison grounds. He spent four years there.

After less than a year back on the streets, Sands was arrested in 1977 for gun possession near the scene of an IRA bombing and sentenced to 14 years in prison. Because the British government had enacted a policy of “criminalization” of Irish terrorists in 1976, Sands was imprisoned as a dangerous criminal in the Maze Prison south of Belfast. During the next few years, from his cell in the Maze, he joined other imprisoned IRA terrorists in protests demanding restoration of the freedoms they had previously enjoyed under special category status.

In 1980, a hunger strike lasted 53 days before it was called off when one of the protesters fell into a coma. In response, the British government offered a few concessions to the prisoners, but they failed to deliver all they had promised and protests resumed. Sands did not take a direct part in the 1980 strike, but he acted as the IRA-appointed leader and spokesperson of the protesting prisoners.

On March 1, 1981 (the fifth anniversary of the British policy of criminalization) Bobby Sands launched a new hunger strike.

He took only water and salt, and his weight dropped from 70 to 40 kilos. After two weeks, another protester joined the strike, and six days after that, two more.

On April 9, in the midst of the strike, Sands was elected to a vacant seat in the British Parliament from Fermanagh and South Tyrone in Northern Ireland. Parliament subsequently introduced legislation to disqualify convicts serving prison sentences for eligibility for Parliament. His election and fears of violence after his death drew international attention to Sands’ protest.

In the final week of his life, Pope John Paul II sent a personal envoy to urge Sands to give up the strike. He refused. On May 3, he fell into a coma, and in the early morning of May 5 he died. Fighting raged for days in Belfast, and tens of thousands attended his funeral on May 7.

After Sands’ death, the hunger strike continued, and nine more men perished before it was called off on October 3, 1981, under pressure from Catholic Church leaders and the prisoners’ families. In the aftermath of the strike, the administration of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher agreed to give in to several of the protesters’ demands, including the right to wear civilian clothing and the right to receive mail and visits. Prisoners were also allowed to move more freely and no longer were subject to harsh penalties for refusing prison work.

Official recognition of their political status, however, was not granted.

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fyi.

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christinahendricks:

Getting ready for my first ever race — team Peeta Bread, aka Team We-love-Peeta-and-we-also-love-carbs.

…starting tomorrow.

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wanderer-of-mirkwood:

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sweetlittlekitty:

THE FIRST DAY OF SPRING IS HERE

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SPRING. WHERE IS IT? 

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I suffer from aviophobia. That means fear of dying in something that flies.
— request by Anon.

Can it be Star Trek Into Darkness time now?

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Woman, what do you do to your face and how can I do it to mine?

Woman, what do you do to your face and how can I do it to mine?

"Just like the superheroes they played in the movie, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Renner and Samuel L. Jackson huddled together backstage to get a plan together and of course joke around. Downey suggested the stars of "The Avengers" bow as they headed onstage to make Oscar presentations, or perhaps curtsy … After presenting two awards, the actors returned backstage, where Downey quipped, "Avengers disassemble."


The Associated Press.

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