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It’s latin.
Valor Morghulis
It’s military.

It’s latin.

Valor Morghulis

It’s military.

0 notes ▪ 1 month ago 
 #game of thrones  #valar morghulis  #valar dohaeris  #omegle


my love life in a gif.

my love life in a gif.

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 #forever alone  #reading  #books  #ginger & rosa  #love


stormbornvalkyrie:

To fight evil a hero will turn to darkness. x

HE’S A FUCKING TARGARYEN I SWEAR TO GOD HE IS BEAUTIFUL

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fangirl challenge || movies [1/10] | dead poets society

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tinypaloma:

THIS JUST KILLED ME

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carlofscar:

Rip man

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Not one person in my workplace has mentioned the killing of Michael Brown 

stilltiedtothetracks:

zenzombieslayer:

stilltiedtothetracks:

But you can bet your life they’ve been talking about Robin Williams all damn day

I love that this was tagged under racism because when Michael Jackson died, he took over the news. Everyone was talking about Michael Jackson. There was live coverage from a helicopter following his ambulance. But that was okay, right?

Nope!

Didn’t give a fuck about that one either

*shrugs*

So are you a racist for not caring about Michael Jackson’s death? How about the fact that Whitney Houston’s death took over the news? You wanted to sound insightful. You care about the “real” issues so you decided to file the mourning of the death of a man under racism because he is white and the death you think everyone should care about happens to be a black man. Because people aren’t talking about what you think they should be talking about, you’re going to call them racist. Here is the real reason this is being talked about: HE WAS FAMOUS. Robin Williams was in the public eye for over FORTY YEARS. Of course people are going to talk about his suicide. You’re an idiot for thinking this has anything to do with race. 

Things Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Robin Williams had in common: fame. But you keep using that racism tag willy nilly.

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 #knowledge


Not one person in my workplace has mentioned the killing of Michael Brown 

stilltiedtothetracks:

But you can bet your life they’ve been talking about Robin Williams all damn day

I love that this was tagged under racism because when Michael Jackson died, he took over the news. Everyone was talking about Michael Jackson. There was live coverage from a helicopter following his ambulance. But that was okay, right?

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This shit pisses me off. A man’s death is used as a fuel for the race issue fire. Someone actually thanked him for killing himself. People really show their true colours when something like this happens. Since the issue has been brought up, let me make a point: Michael Jackson was on EVERY NEWS OUTLET when he died. There was live coverage of his home and of the ambulance taking him to the hospital. People of every race and nationality were in the streets crying and falling to their knees. But, we mourn the loss of a man who spent his whole career making people smile while he was battling his own demons and it’s just a white people thing? Is one race really being demonized for this? Can someone explain this to me? I’m sorry that I made a Facebook post about a man who made me smile for as long as I can remember. I’m sorry that his suicide took me by surprise. Is that what needs to be said? Do “white people” need to apologize for saying they’re sad a man felt so alone even when he was so loved that he killed himself? This is shedding light on the issue of depression and suicide and you’re against that? Okay.

This shit pisses me off. A man’s death is used as a fuel for the race issue fire. Someone actually thanked him for killing himself. People really show their true colours when something like this happens. Since the issue has been brought up, let me make a point: Michael Jackson was on EVERY NEWS OUTLET when he died. There was live coverage of his home and of the ambulance taking him to the hospital. People of every race and nationality were in the streets crying and falling to their knees. But, we mourn the loss of a man who spent his whole career making people smile while he was battling his own demons and it’s just a white people thing? Is one race really being demonized for this? Can someone explain this to me? I’m sorry that I made a Facebook post about a man who made me smile for as long as I can remember. I’m sorry that his suicide took me by surprise. Is that what needs to be said? Do “white people” need to apologize for saying they’re sad a man felt so alone even when he was so loved that he killed himself? This is shedding light on the issue of depression and suicide and you’re against that? Okay.

109 notes ▪ 2 months ago 
 #robin williams  #racism  #fuck these people


melindamayylmao:

*jaime lannister voice* ned stark more like nerd stark haha *high fives cersei and ollies out*

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queenbattletits:

"I don’t like playing as female protagonists in games because I can’t identify with them and it breaks immersion!"

yeah well if a bedroom-dwelling white uni girl like myself can get pretty deeply and emotionally immersed into the character of a black male convicted murderer in a zombie apocalypse then you being unable to play a character just because they have a vajayjay is pretty damn pathetic

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troyesivan:



and that kids is how i became a homosexual

troyesivan:

and that kids is how i became a homosexual

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yorozuyagaren:

ginkira:

from what i’ve seen the tolkien fandom is handling getting a popular movie and a wave of new fangirls a lot better than the marvel fandom did

like the marvel fandom was like “you didn’t read the comics? get out of here you poser”

and the tolkien fandom is just like “COME HERE FRIENDS, WE FEAST”

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KINFOLK.

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cityeatspudding:

Wonder Woman is so cool.

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