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Gods be good, why would any man ever want to be king? When everyone was shouting King in the North, King in the North, I told myself … swore to myself … that I would be a good king, as honorable as Father, strong, just, loyal to my friends and brave when I faced my enemies … now I can’t even tell one from the other. [x]
"I think your whole life shows in your face and you should be proud of that."
Betty Joan Perske aka Lauren Bacall | September 16, 1924.
R.I.P Lauren Bacall
"I started doing comedy because that was the only stage that I could find. It was the pure idea of being on stage. That was the only thing that interested me, along with learning the craft and working, and just being in productions with people."
-Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014)
Tyler Posey being a precious human being at the Teen Choice Awards ‘14 (｡◕‿◕｡)
I like Thor’s sense for justice and his strength. What I always found appealing was that he had to learn to get his ego under control. In the first movie he got a lesson in humility. I liked, in particular, that he always had so much compassion for Loki, no matter how abominable or chaotic he behaved. He always searched for his brother beneath all that.
Happy 31st birthday, Chris Hemsworth!
Lobster in a bucket looks like a gigantic monster on a metallic planet, and the waterdrops look like stars.
This is transcendental.
Hey, why don’t you find your own nickname?
TEEN WOLF MEME: 1/3 friendships » Scott Mccall and Stiles Stilinski
"Scott, just listen to me. You’re not no one. Scott, you’re my best friend, okay, and I need you. Scott, you’re my brother. Alright, so if we’re gonna do this, then I think you’re just gonna have to take me with you then."
I also wanted to point out that there are quite a few Bible verses that condemn men who have made sexual advances against women who were “questionably” dressed, as you might put it. Judah and his daughter-in-law, Tamar, for example. You may remember that Tamar dressed as a prostitute in order to entice Judah, because Judah refused to give her his third son in marriage, as was her right in that day and age. When she was later found pregnant, Judah is ultimately the one accused of wrongdoing (and rightfully so!). How about David and Bathsheba? He saw her bathing on the roof of her house (a perfectly normal custom in those days) and desired her. Who is punished later for the crimes that followed? Technically it was David’s son, true, but the text is clear that the punishment is meant for David; David was the one who committed the wrong. Shall we have another one? Jesus says absolutely nothing about women dressing provocatively, but in Matthew 5 he tells men that if they lust after another woman they have committed adultery, and later insinuates that they should probably just tear out their eyes. That’s right – Jesus’ solution to the lust problem is that men should tear out their eyes if they can’t help themselves, not that women should cover up more.
Revealing one’s body to others was not an unusual thing in the ancient world. They had public baths and public latrines, neither of which were separated according to gender or afforded much privacy. If you got worked up over seeing someone naked, that was your problem, not theirs. I really don’t see why it should be so different today.
Comment by Chris Rinker on http://thesaltcollective.org/modesty-whensuitsbecomestumblingblock/#sthash.aNhmq3k1.dpuf
This is my favorite comment on anything ever.
@staff loving the new update. having my screen split in half and seeing an enlarged version of a mobile theme is exactly what i wanted to happen when i click someone’s url. i’m glad it’s finally happened. for the next update i was thinking we could just shut peoples laptops off when they click a url. i have a lot more ideas like this just contact me at this inbox
Bill Gates jumping over a chair
nice one bill