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rubaface:

What the hell that is so cute.

BRING BACK WALKING POKEMON NINTENDO!

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Reblog if you accept NSFW art of your OC

fivetail:

leyatres:

DUDE PLEASE ID LOVE TO SEE MY DERP TROLL ROGUE ALL HOT AND BOTHERED

If anyone drew nsfw of Chris and Alistar I would probably shit myself.

I am such a massive artslut and a reular slut too, to see Mercury or ironGut or Greg getting fucked or doing the fucking or ebven just posing is aaaaaaaaa!

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“An economy can only grow if people save more and consume less. Without savings, there are no viable investments.

I’ll give you a simple example. Imagine Robinson Crusoe and Friday on their desert island. If Robinson catches fish and consumes some of them, but not all, he can lend those to Friday who can eat them for a few days, and invest his time in the construction of a fishing net of his own. With this net he can catch so many fish that he can feed himself and to give Robinson the borrowed fish back. Both are doing even better than before. But what happens if Robinson does not save, but eats all the fish himself and gives Friday only a certificate that can be exchanged for this fish? If Friday wants to go to Robinson to redeem the certificate, he finds that no fish is there. Friday must therefore quickly obtain food himself and has no time to finish the net. It remains an abandoned project. The standard of living of Friday and Robinson drops.

A similar thing is happening in our modern economies. The credit creation out of nothing pushes interest rates artificially down and triggers investments, for which no corresponding savings exist to cover. Given the low interest rates hardly anything is saved, and we consume all the more. Just as Robinson’s fish are not saved, but eaten by him. The increased consumption withdraws resources from investments, projects cannot be completed, the banks cut the loans, the projects are liquidated, the economy plunges into crisis.”
Hans-Herman Hoppe on savings (via laliberty)

(Source: laliberty, via antigovernmentextremist)

latideej:

Proceeds to dump Helioptiles
I have at least seven boxes! ;u; So prepare for an avalanche of solar lizards~!
(A lil gift for my Sis ;u;;; I had fun making this one TuT! )

latideej:

Proceeds to dump Helioptiles

I have at least seven boxes! ;u; So prepare for an avalanche of solar lizards~!

(A lil gift for my Sis ;u;;; I had fun making this one TuT! )

“They [cops] could do anything, literally anything, and there would be people who would rush to their defense. That happens because it’s a monopoly. People think they have to choose between having law enforcement or not. And well, if we have to have it, then yeah, sometimes people they overact or whatever. That’s just the cost of living in a society of laws. And no it’s not. That is the cost of living in a society with one group that has a monopoly on law enforcement.”

Robert P. Murphy commenting on law enforcement and police misconduct

The Market For Security 

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fotofurnl:

If you want to read the FULL STORY behind this photo, go here: http://tinyurl.com/opr2q5f
Meet Phéline,
At the time this photo was taken she was about 2,5 years old and diagnosed with Leukemia (Blood-cancer). At the moment this lifechanging hug took place she would have no more than a few weeks left to live.In her last few weeks Phéline was invited to attend a very, very special event named “Dreamnight at the Zoo”. This annual event started in 1996 in Rotterdam Zoo “Blijdorp”. The sick and handicapped children attending this exclusive event are usually not capable of going to the zoo or have a fun exciting day out at all! Especially for them the Dreamnight at the Zoo foundation arranges transport and facilities needed to make sure they will have the brightest smile possible. Currently more than 258 zoos and themeparks all over the world take part in this event and they all invite children who need a special day out of their regular hospitalized lives.Last year Me, my girlfriend and two good friends had the honor of attending this event with our fursuits to entertain the kids. The theme for this year was “Butterflies” and therefore we all had butterfly wings on our suits.Phéline always loved butterflies, the bright colors made her happy and as soon as she noticed Pinky and her wings, she fell in love.Pinky instantly became her bestest friend and the hug that followed was heartbreakingly beautiful. And there I stood, watching :IconFurryFursuitMaker: hugging Phélne… I was nailed to the ground in fursuit… crying. This is the sole reason why I love doing what I do. This is what makes Fursuiting so amazing to me; the chance to brighten someones day who truly, truly needs a smile.
This is why I fursuit. This is the true meaning of Fursuiting!That day helped Phéline in regaining the will and strength to fight and today, almost a year later she is still alove and kicking! And Pinky is still her bestie that visited her room in between her treatments, came to her birthday party when she turned 3 and went to a dance party with her in the hospital! But that’s a story you can read in my journal… The story of Phéline, The little wondergirl!Character & Fursuit “Pinky” Created & Owned by FurryFursuitMaker (Check her Facebook Page!: http://tinyurl.com/mn65hor)Photography by "Maarten van der Voorde"Photographed for, and during:"Dreamnight at the Zoo" in Rotterdam Zoo "Blijdorp" - Summer 2013Photo uploaded with permission of Phéline’s parents, the photographer and the Dreamnight at the Zoo Foundation.

fotofurnl:

If you want to read the FULL STORY behind this photo, go here: http://tinyurl.com/opr2q5f

Meet Phéline,


At the time this photo was taken she was about 2,5 years old and diagnosed with Leukemia (Blood-cancer). At the moment this lifechanging hug took place she would have no more than a few weeks left to live.


In her last few weeks Phéline was invited to attend a very, very special event named “Dreamnight at the Zoo”. This annual event started in 1996 in Rotterdam Zoo “Blijdorp”. The sick and handicapped children attending this exclusive event are usually not capable of going to the zoo or have a fun exciting day out at all! Especially for them the Dreamnight at the Zoo foundation arranges transport and facilities needed to make sure they will have the brightest smile possible. Currently more than 258 zoos and themeparks all over the world take part in this event and they all invite children who need a special day out of their regular hospitalized lives.

Last year Me, my girlfriend and two good friends had the honor of attending this event with our fursuits to entertain the kids. The theme for this year was “Butterflies” and therefore we all had butterfly wings on our suits.

Phéline always loved butterflies, the bright colors made her happy and as soon as she noticed Pinky and her wings, she fell in love.
Pinky instantly became her bestest friend and the hug that followed was heartbreakingly beautiful. 


And there I stood, watching :IconFurryFursuitMaker: hugging Phélne… I was nailed to the ground in fursuit… crying. This is the sole reason why I love doing what I do. This is what makes Fursuiting so amazing to me; the chance to brighten someones day who truly, truly needs a smile.


This is why I fursuit. This is the true meaning of Fursuiting!

That day helped Phéline in regaining the will and strength to fight and today, almost a year later she is still alove and kicking! And Pinky is still her bestie that visited her room in between her treatments, came to her birthday party when she turned 3 and went to a dance party with her in the hospital! But that’s a story you can read in my journal… The story of Phéline, The little wondergirl!

Character & Fursuit “Pinky” Created & Owned by 
FurryFursuitMaker (Check her Facebook Page!: http://tinyurl.com/mn65hor)
Photography by 
"Maarten van der Voorde"
Photographed for, and during:
"Dreamnight at the Zoo" in Rotterdam Zoo "Blijdorp" - Summer 2013

Photo uploaded with permission of Phéline’s parents, the photographer and the Dreamnight at the Zoo Foundation.

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darkoverord:

linuxusers:

charlesoberonn:

penis-hilton:

this is making me so mad





INTEL YOU MADE MY NERD SIDE SUPER HAPPY

darkoverord:

linuxusers:

charlesoberonn:

penis-hilton:

this is making me so mad

INTEL YOU MADE MY NERD SIDE SUPER HAPPY

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0_0 ……   take me now

0_0 ……   take me now

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puffinpopsicle:

thetinkertoyboy:

disneyscouples:

DISNEY LOVE

I love that at first she thinks it’s misogynistic, and isn’t afraid to call him on it, but then we see him do what we almost never see a male superhero do : He admits he’s scared. 

He’s not trying to belittle her, he’s not trying to tell her or even the kids that they’re not strong, 

He’s trying to protect what he loves most because he’s terrified of losing them. The big, giant robot ripping apart BUILDINGS doesn’t scare him at all compared to losing what he loves.

I love this movie for so many reasons, but this scene is one of the bigger ones. A hero movie where the males are allowed to be emotional without appearing weak? A hero movie where females are allowed to be strong without being callous or woefully 2D? A hero movie where children are allowed to explore their potential instead of being shitty sidekicks?

YES PLEASE.

every time i think about this movie i find another way to love it

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