(Reblogged from tally-art)

The mower stalled, twice; kneeling, I found
A hedgehog jammed up against the blades,
Killed. It had been in the long grass.

I had seen it before, and even fed it, once.
Now I had mauled its unobtrusive world
Unmendably. Burial was no help:

Next morning I got up and it did not.
The first day after a death, the new absence
Is always the same; we should be careful

Of each other, we should be kind
While there is still time.

Philip Larkin, The Mower  (via candidlycara)

(Source: fishingboatproceeds)

(Reblogged from candidlycara)

(Source: gvoot)

(Reblogged from bushy-haired-know-it-all)


So Say We All

It’s really very creepy seeing how police forces are changing.

(Reblogged from this-alien)


By http://zorm.deviantart.com/

If I ever have to go on an epic fantasy quest, can I have these two in my fellowship?

(Reblogged from lair-master)
I’ve told the kids in the ghettos that violence won’t solve their problems, but then they ask me, and rightly so; “Why does the government use massive doses of violence to bring about the change it wants in the world?” After this I knew that I could no longer speak against the violence in the ghettos without also speaking against the violence of my government

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (via loveinfamine)


(via gradientlair)
(Reblogged from katybug87)
(Reblogged from thekazzu)
It’s hard to imagine timing for a female-led movie that would be more appropriate than now, when a spec script has already been penned by the writer of a wildly successful recent movie (Guardians, might I add, was the first Marvel Film ever to have a 40% female audience). But to hear Feige tell it, producing Black Widow involves consulting the stars, measuring one’s body temperature, and waiting for a flock of doves to roost on Marvel’s lawn and pronounce the world “ready.” But y’all don’t need a Farmers Almanac: the right time for a female-led movie was yesterday, regardless of Marvel’s plans for the “right story.” If women had the representation we deserve in movies overall, Feige’s call for patience would have been identified as procrastination long ago–and if Marvel’s plate isn’t big enough to handle that, then something is fundamentally broken.
(Reblogged from katybug87)






Superhero families take their kids back to school. [source]


absolutely not. no no no

When I was going through this I thought it was really sweet bUT THEN I SAW THE SPIDER-MAN MAN ONE AT THE END

Because with great talent comes great responsibility to honor what breathes life into a character.

(Source: ellievhall)

(Reblogged from thekazzu)
(Reblogged from theartofanimation)