Once upon a time this was a photography blog. It has progressively become a free-for-all of feels. Seriously though this is an accumulation of pretty much all my interests so don't expect continuity or sanity. Also, I occasionally post original content.

annabjorgmans:

❄ ❄ ANNABJORGMANS’ HALLOWEEN GIVEAWAY! ❄ ❄

↳ sooo thanks to Featurepoints I can actually now afford to giveaway the extra costume I was going to sell (more on that here) so I can do another giveaway to thank you lovely angelcakes. Here we go!

❄ P R I Z E S 

❄ R U L E S  

  • Please send me your questions OFF anon if possible to avoid flooding! Thank you.
  • Must be following me, annabjorgmans! (side note: this is a sidebloghoneyslemon is my main account)
  • ONLY REBLOGS COUNT
  • Reblog as much as you want, but please don't spam your followers! 
  • There will only be one winner. Ships worldwide.
  • ENDS OCTOBER 20, 2014
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Get to know me meme: [3/5] favorite movies 

Tangled (2010) - “I’ve been looking out of a window for eighteen years, dreaming about what I might feel like when those lights rise in the sky. What if it’s not everything I dreamed it would be?” 

(via ghostrogers)

Source: derckhale

We tell her that we don’t know what Carol’s going to be like when she comes back. She might not remember us. She might not even remember herself. But we will know. We will know the light she has inside her because she showed us all today. We will know. She’s Captain Marvel. She’s our hero.— captain marvel #014

(via mjwatson)

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beware. beware.

(via chasing-steves)

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(via commanderrogers)

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http://thisdorkyblogthing.tumblr.com/post/98873192552/poery-lethophxbia-halloween-aus-deep

poery:

lethophxbia:

halloween AUs

  • Deep conversations and wow i wonder what you look like under that scary mask AU
  • Everyone thinks we came to this party as a couple because our costumes match what’s your name AU
  • Babe i know it’s halloween but we have to take my little…
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rosiebeck:

Rob Lowe is so fucking underrated.

(via bookworm5-)

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caswitch:

they’re so cute i hate them (x)

(via chasing-steves)

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You can’t right all the wrongs in this world by yourself.
No one out there’s going to help, that’s for sure.

(via kristoffbjorgman)

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  • Question: Wow, you've shown me so many examples of people of color in medieval art, that i'm suprised that even professers of history seem to deny the there were POC in medieval europe! My question though, is this: has there been any research done as to when this white-washing of medieval europe began? - harryhenry1
  • Answer:

    medievalpoc:

    Actually, my next queued post addresses that in detail, particularly in regards to Art Education.

    Quick-n-Dirty Version: it began during “The Enlightenment”, during colonization and the beginnings of chattel slavery. The idea of “White People” had just been invented, along with the idea of White supremacy. Basically, all the leading “scientific minds” directly benefited from genocide, kidnapping people an enslaving them, and stealing their land, resources, and skills.

    And in order to justify this, it was very important to create this idea not just that “these people are in a subordinate position now”, it had to be retroactive. As in, “these people have never had any accomplishments, their culture is primitive, worthless, ugly, uninteresting, therefore whatever we do to them is okay/for their own good/helping them/better than leaving them to their own depravity” et cetera.

    The amount of “science” devoted to proving that people of color were inherently inferior to white people was like…pretty much the ENTIRETY of “science” from the late 1700s to….well. 

    For example:

    This asshat got his degree from Harvard on the premise that “Hispanics have lower IQs than American Whites” IN 2009.

    And coincidentally, Arizona banned “Ethnic Studies”, specifically a Mexican-American Studies Curriculum, upheld by a judge as “constitutional” in March. 2013.

    And the consistent disenfranchisement of specifically Mestiz@  and other “not white” Mexican Americans has been documented by sociologist Richard Shingles, who says:

    Shingles concludes it is an American problem brought on by the history of the nation’s oldest and largest Mexican American communities, a history that started with conquest and has excluded generations from the benefits of development. “Our past cannot be separated from our future.”


    See how that works?

    No past, no history, no context, just a huge group of people that are somehow “inherently inferior”, and coincidentally not historically f*cked over for hundreds of years. It’s about blaming the victims of racism for suffering from the results of racism.

    That’s why they teach whitewashed history.

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