“The Secret World of Arrietty” official poster

loved it <3

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Condescending Wonka &lt;3

Condescending Wonka <3

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lovequotesrus:

Photo Courtesy: acinderellastory

lovequotesrus:

Photo Courtesy: acinderellastory


To hilarious to not share.

To hilarious to not share.


a-little-van:

I can’t stop laughing over this dkmomfg.


Nice try.&#160;: P

a-little-van:

I can’t stop laughing over this dkmomfg.

Nice try. : P

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brain-food:

Alright guys, I’m blacking out for tomorrow and joining the STOP SOPA &amp; PIPA protest. Especially since Marvel is in support of SOPA. 

PROTECT-IP is a bill that has been introduced in the Senate and the House and is moving quickly through Congress. It gives the government and corporations the ability to censor the net, in the name of protecting “creativity”. The law would let the government or corporations censor entire sites— they just have to convince a judge that the site is “dedicated to copyright infringement.” The government has already wrongly shut down sites without any recourse to the site owner. Under this bill, sharing a video with anything copyrighted in it, or what sites like Youtube and Twitter do, would be considered illegal behavior according to this bill. According to the Congressional Budget Office, this bill would cost us $47 million tax dollars a year — that’s for a fix that won’t work, disrupts the internet, stifles innovation, shuts out diverse voices, and censors the internet. This bill is bad for creativity and does not protect your rights.

So cheers everyone, I’ll see you on Thursday. 

brain-food:

Alright guys, I’m blacking out for tomorrow and joining the STOP SOPA & PIPA protest. Especially since Marvel is in support of SOPA. 

PROTECT-IP is a bill that has been introduced in the Senate and the House and is moving quickly through Congress. It gives the government and corporations the ability to censor the net, in the name of protecting “creativity”. The law would let the government or corporations censor entire sites— they just have to convince a judge that the site is “dedicated to copyright infringement.” 

The government has already wrongly shut down sites without any recourse to the site owner. Under this bill, sharing a video with anything copyrighted in it, or what sites like Youtube and Twitter do, would be considered illegal behavior according to this bill. 

According to the Congressional Budget Office, this bill would cost us $47 million tax dollars a year — that’s for a fix that won’t work, disrupts the internet, stifles innovation, shuts out diverse voices, and censors the internet. This bill is bad for creativity and does not protect your rights.

So cheers everyone, I’ll see you on Thursday. 

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