Photo 27 Sep 2,835 notes animalstalkinginallcaps:

WELCOME HOME. I THOUGHT YOU MIGHT BE IN A BAD MOOD FROM WORKING SO HARD SO I CREATED MANY FUN SURPRISES FOR YOU ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
SEVERAL SURPRISES WERE MADE INSIDE MY OWN BODY, WHICH IS VERY CLOSE TO MY HEART, SPATIALLY.
SEVERAL OTHERS ARE ART PROJECTS I MADE USING SIMPLE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS LIKE YOUR TRASH, THE FLAVORLESS MARSHMALLOW STUFF INSIDE THE COUCH, AND THE CONTENTS OF THE PANTRY.
THANK YOU FOR NOT SHUTTING THE PANTRY DOOR, BY THE WAY. THERE WERE SO MANY USEFUL ART SUPPLIES IN THERE.

animalstalkinginallcaps:

WELCOME HOME. I THOUGHT YOU MIGHT BE IN A BAD MOOD FROM WORKING SO HARD SO I CREATED MANY FUN SURPRISES FOR YOU ALL OVER THE HOUSE.

SEVERAL SURPRISES WERE MADE INSIDE MY OWN BODY, WHICH IS VERY CLOSE TO MY HEART, SPATIALLY.

SEVERAL OTHERS ARE ART PROJECTS I MADE USING SIMPLE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS LIKE YOUR TRASH, THE FLAVORLESS MARSHMALLOW STUFF INSIDE THE COUCH, AND THE CONTENTS OF THE PANTRY.

THANK YOU FOR NOT SHUTTING THE PANTRY DOOR, BY THE WAY. THERE WERE SO MANY USEFUL ART SUPPLIES IN THERE.

Video 25 Sep 127 notes

wilde-fassbender:

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I just can’t even with the smile, Fass.

Text 25 Sep 174,208 notes

sophiemyst:

batcows:

asherlockian:

purplecowbepurple:

shermano:

Fangirling? Excuse me but I am more mature than that.

I fanwoman, thank you very much.

Fanwoman? I fanlady, peasant.

Fanlady? I fanqueen, peasant.

Fanqueen? I fangoddess, mortal.

I am fanmnipotent. The power of my fan-ness knows no bounds, no boundaries.

Seriously, I love you. I’m getting you a t-shirt with famnipotent on it, Soph.

Photo 24 Sep 24 notes texnessa:

americastestkitchen:

How do you adapt a cake recipe to cupcakes? Senior editor Keith Dresser bakes up fluffy yellow-crumbed research. (A live Instagram snapshot from the Test Kitchen. http://instagr.am/p/P-AI_FrkfZ/)

Relevant to HLM interests.

Sexy chefs are always relevant.

texnessa:

americastestkitchen:

How do you adapt a cake recipe to cupcakes? Senior editor Keith Dresser bakes up fluffy yellow-crumbed research. (A live Instagram snapshot from the Test Kitchen. http://instagr.am/p/P-AI_FrkfZ/)

Relevant to HLM interests.

Sexy chefs are always relevant.

via Texnessa.
Photo 24 Sep 291 notes ilovemicurves:

omgthatdress:

Sofia Vergara.  I can’t.  This dress is too fabulous.  I have lost all ability to can.

Gorgeous

She totally looks like a sparkly mermaid. 

ilovemicurves:

omgthatdress:

Sofia Vergara.  I can’t.  This dress is too fabulous.  I have lost all ability to can.

Gorgeous

She totally looks like a sparkly mermaid. 

Video 24 Sep 70,884 notes

太空所有的星球塞盡我的屁股

Despite his questionable fashion sense, WASH WILL ALWAYS BE REBLOGGED.

Photo 24 Sep 47 notes insanocerebro:

How can a man be this sexy writting?!? just writting
he could be breathing or something and he would still give me the chill with his sexyness

This picture reblogged in honor of the Swede donning the inherently sexy tweed jacket… 
with suede elbow patches.
This needs to become your new look, Professor Skarsgard. 

insanocerebro:

How can a man be this sexy writting?!? just writting

he could be breathing or something and he would still give me the chill with his sexyness

This picture reblogged in honor of the Swede donning the inherently sexy tweed jacket… 

with suede elbow patches.

This needs to become your new look, Professor Skarsgard. 

Video 22 Sep 25,184 notes

sketchlock:

When is a car commercial not a car commercial? 

 When it’s this commercial and it stars several versions of Robert Downey Jr.

Shhhh. Just press play and don’t turn back.

Just watch. And when you think it’s getting a little too weird… don’t turn back.

(Source: karmatrix)

Photo 22 Sep 81 notes Neck stubble and tweed.

Neck stubble and tweed.

Photo 21 Sep 5,559 notes iamanent:

thatlupa:

aliceinnappyland:

silentlydrawn:


I was going to tell you about the huge turnout today at the US Senate, the most powerful legislative body in the world ! About the overflow crowd at the hearing on hate crimes and the threat of domestic extremism held in the wake of the massacre at the Sikh Gurudwara in Wisconsin on a day, August 5, 2012, that will never be forgotten. Instead, here are excerpts from the testimony of an 18-year-old Sikh boy, Harpreet Singh Saini, who lost his mother, Paramjit Kaur Saini, in that terrible tragedy. Hardly able to hold back his tears, Harpreet told the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights….
“A little over a month ago, I never imagined I’d be here. I never imagined that anyone outside of Oak Creek would know my name. Or my mother’s name, Paramjit Kaur Saini. Or my brother’s name, Kamaljit Singh Saini. Kamal, my brother and best friend, is here with me today.As we all know, on Sunday, August 5, 2012, a white supremist fueled by hatred walked into our local Gurudwara with a loaded gun. He killed my mother, Paramjit Kaur, while she was sitting for morning prayers. He shot and killed five more men - all of them were fathers, all had turbans like me.And now people know all our names: Sita Singh, Ranjit Singh, Prakash Singh, Suvegh Singh, Satwant Singh Kaleka.This was not supposed to be our American story. This was not my mother’s dream….It was a Tuesday, two days after our mother was killed, that my brother Kamal and I ate the leftovers of the last meal she had made for us. We ate her last rotis - which are a type of South Asian flatbread. She had made the rotis from scratch the night before she died. Along with the last bite of our food that Tuesday came the realization that this was the last meal made by the hands of our mother that we will ever eat in our lifetime…..Senators, my mother was our biggest fan, our biggest supporter. She was always there for us. She always had a smile on her face.But, now she’s gone. Because of a man who hated her because she wasn’t his color? His religion?I just had my first day of college. And my mother wasn’t there to send me off. She won’t be there for my graduation. She won’t be there on my wedding day. She won’t be there to meet her grandchildren.I want to tell the gunman who took her from me: You may have been full of hate, but my mother was full of love.She was an American. And this was not our American dream….Senators, I came here today to ask the government to give my mother the dignity of being a statistic. The FBI does not track hate crimes against Sikhs. My mother and those shot that day will not even count on a federal form. We cannot solve a problem we refuse to recognize.Senators, I also ask that the government pursue domestic terrorism with the same vigor as attackers from abroad. The man who killed my mother was on the watch list of public interest groups. I believe the government could have tracked him long before he went on a shooting spree.Finally, Senators, I ask that you stand up for us. As lawmakers and leaders, you have the power to shape public opinion. Your words carry weight. When others scapegoat or demean people because of who they are, use your power to say that is wrong.So many have asked Sikhs to simply blame Muslims for attacks against our community or just say, “We are not Muslim”. But, we won’t blame anyone else. An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us.I also want to be a part of the solution. That’s why I want to be a law enforcement officer like Lieutenant Brian Murphy who saved so many lives on August 5, 2012. I want to protect other people from what happened to my mother. I want to combat hate - not just against Sikhs, but against all people. Senators, I know what happened at Oak Creek was not an isolated incident. I fear it may happen again if we don’t stand up and do something.I don’t want anyone to suffer what we have suffered. I want to build a world where all people can live, work and worship in America in peace.Because you see, despite everything, I still believe in the American dream. In my mother’s memory, I ask that you stand up for it with me, today, and in the days to come…”Hope it touches every heart !!Photo: Harpreet Singh Saini after testifying in a hearing on hate crimes and the threat of domestic extremism in the US Senate, earlier today. At left is Assistant Majority Leader Dick Durbin (Democrat-Illinois), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights

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“give my mother the dignity of being a statistic.”
“give my mother the dignity of being a statistic.”
“give my mother the dignity of being a statistic.”



*tears* 

iamanent:

thatlupa:

aliceinnappyland:

silentlydrawn:

I was going to tell you about the huge turnout today at the US Senate, the most powerful legislative body in the world ! About the overflow crowd at the hearing on hate crimes and the threat of domestic extremism held in the wake of the massacre at the Sikh Gurudwara in Wisconsin on a day, August 5, 2012, that will never be forgotten. 

Instead, here are excerpts from the testimony of an 18-year-old Sikh boy, Harpreet Singh Saini, who lost his mother, Paramjit Kaur Saini, in that terrible tragedy. Hardly able to hold back his tears, Harpreet told the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights….


“A little over a month ago, I never imagined I’d be here. I never imagined that anyone outside of Oak Creek would know my name. Or my mother’s name, Paramjit Kaur Saini. Or my brother’s name, Kamaljit Singh Saini. Kamal, my brother and best friend, is here with me today.

As we all know, on Sunday, August 5, 2012, a white supremist fueled by hatred walked into our local Gurudwara with a loaded gun. He killed my mother, Paramjit Kaur, while she was sitting for morning prayers. He shot and killed five more men - all of them were fathers, all had turbans like me.

And now people know all our names: Sita Singh, Ranjit Singh, Prakash Singh, Suvegh Singh, Satwant Singh Kaleka.

This was not supposed to be our American story. This was not my mother’s dream….

It was a Tuesday, two days after our mother was killed, that my brother Kamal and I ate the leftovers of the last meal she had made for us. We ate her last rotis - which are a type of South Asian flatbread. She had made the rotis from scratch the night before she died. Along with the last bite of our food that Tuesday came the realization that this was the last meal made by the hands of our mother that we will ever eat in our lifetime…..

Senators, my mother was our biggest fan, our biggest supporter. She was always there for us. She always had a smile on her face.

But, now she’s gone. Because of a man who hated her because she wasn’t his color? His religion?

I just had my first day of college. And my mother wasn’t there to send me off. She won’t be there for my graduation. She won’t be there on my wedding day. She won’t be there to meet her grandchildren.

I want to tell the gunman who took her from me: You may have been full of hate, but my mother was full of love.

She was an American. And this was not our American dream….

Senators, I came here today to ask the government to give my mother the dignity of being a statistic. The FBI does not track hate crimes against Sikhs. My mother and those shot that day will not even count on a federal form. We cannot solve a problem we refuse to recognize.

Senators, I also ask that the government pursue domestic terrorism with the same vigor as attackers from abroad. The man who killed my mother was on the watch list of public interest groups. I believe the government could have tracked him long before he went on a shooting spree.

Finally, Senators, I ask that you stand up for us. As lawmakers and leaders, you have the power to shape public opinion. Your words carry weight. When others scapegoat or demean people because of who they are, use your power to say that is wrong.

So many have asked Sikhs to simply blame Muslims for attacks against our community or just say, “We are not Muslim”. But, we won’t blame anyone else. An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us.

I also want to be a part of the solution. That’s why I want to be a law enforcement officer like Lieutenant Brian Murphy who saved so many lives on August 5, 2012. I want to protect other people from what happened to my mother. I want to combat hate - not just against Sikhs, but against all people. 

Senators, I know what happened at Oak Creek was not an isolated incident. I fear it may happen again if we don’t stand up and do something.

I don’t want anyone to suffer what we have suffered. I want to build a world where all people can live, work and worship in America in peace.

Because you see, despite everything, I still believe in the American dream. In my mother’s memory, I ask that you stand up for it with me, today, and in the days to come…”

Hope it touches every heart !!

Photo: Harpreet Singh Saini after testifying in a hearing on hate crimes and the threat of domestic extremism in the US Senate, earlier today. At left is Assistant Majority Leader Dick Durbin (Democrat-Illinois), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights

“give my mother the dignity of being a statistic.”

“give my mother the dignity of being a statistic.”

“give my mother the dignity of being a statistic.

*tears* 

(Source: lanaatdelrey)


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