1. 22:23 22nd Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from aohatsu

    Tags: ok this is beautiful

    chicago blackhawks - inspired from x

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  2. 23:06 20th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from peeksy

    Tags: fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuucksaad's face

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  3. 18:10

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    super into this new pairing the show is pushing

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  4. 12:55

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    Reblogged from kinnetik

    7/19/14: “Do you guys ever do sleepovers when you guys go to hotels?”

    all of the convention coverage has read like they’re unhappy with their current characterizations and want us to go in new directions. improv. vegetables. reprised dance-offs. selfies. it’s a goldmine. 

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  5. 10:14

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    Reblogged from darthtulip

    Tags: toews the domestic gardener

    darthtulip:

    7/19/14: Green Thumb Toews

    Tags via captainfantoewstic:

    #I hope one day jonny really does get a twitter #and a week later a random instagram pops up #and its all just various photos of his vegetable garden and its progress

    No, but can you imagine what happens once the vegetables are grown? Tazer showing up at the rink with three huge cucumbers and a bunch of lumpy tomatoes, all THEY GREW REALLY WELL THIS YEAR YOU GUYS SHOULD START EATING HEALTHY as he divides them up between any Hawks that seem to be falling behind in the nutrition regimen.

    i cannot tell you how much my balcony garden and i are into this. 

     
  6. 10:06

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    Reblogged from dsudis

    The biggest issue with equating the library with a Netflix for books is that it sends a false message that libraries are worth little more than $8 or $12 or $20 a month. That the services offered in libraries are little more than options to which people can subscribe, rather than actual services anyone can utilize at any time.

    When the library is made to be seen as a business, rather than the heart of a community or a fundamental service made possible through citizen-approved tax dollars, it makes the library expendable. That expendability then moves down the chain: staff salaries get cut, then staff withers, then more programs and projects that benefit the community — books and movies and CDs and magazines and newspapers and wifi and computer access and database subscriptions and programs for all shapes, colors, and sizes of people — disappear, too. It detracts from the unique aspects that make a library what it is: a place for all, rather than a place for some.

    Libraries reach out where Netflix reaches in.

    — 

    from Libraries Are Not a “Netflix” for Books.  (via catagator)

    Reblogging. 

    (via catagator)

    I’m speaking as someone who would prob do the amazon subscription service, or a similar one,if i had a little more money, bc i read primarily e-books and i make EXTENSIVE use of amazon’s cloud reader, which is unfortunately only useful if you read books you’ve bought from amazon: they serve different populations. amazon’s service is for people who have 100+ bucks to drop on netflix for books, it’s people who use computers regularly, it’s people who can buy books, people who have kindles, etc etc. that tech is NOT available and accessible to everyone. libraries exist in part for people who don’t have computers at home, people with lower tech literacy, older people, people who rely on the casual social interaction that community spaces provide. it’s easy to see amazon’s subscription service as ~replacing libraries if you’re privileged enough to not NEED the actual services libraries offer - from tech literacy to the kind of cultural context needed to guide research for school or w/e - but if you can’t get those services elsewhere, then a library is the place to go for them. libraries, in many ways, bridge the massive gap between people who grow up with tech/computers/etc, people who have SAT prep courses and nice enough schools to teach them how to do research in a modern world, and people who don’t grow up with any of that. if you don’t find libraries particularly useful, fine, they’re not for you. but it takes a very specific kind of privileged blindness to then conclude that they don’t have value for anyone, ever.

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  7. 18:31 19th Jul 2014

    Notes: 22790

    Reblogged from dsudis

    image: Download

    durnesque-esque:

observingkatherine:

giraffepoliceforce:

Still pretty proud of my response to this.

I was totally down with the change over already, but not knowing the backstory, this just convinced me so hard that Captain America needs to be a minority right now. 
Before, Marvel said, “This is what you want? Well fuck you, he isn’t going to help you.” 
Now Marvel is saying, “This is who you’re throwing under the bus? Who you’re tossing into prison like he doesn’t mean anything? Who you demonize regularly? Well fuck you, he’s going to save you anyway.”
And as far as the Thor thing, that whole, “If he be worthy part,” yeah, they’re giving the finger to the patriarchy right there saying, “Hey, women are worthy too.”
If these two things were spaced out, I might believe that they were just marketing ploy, but they come so close together at a time where this message is necessary, I can’t help but think that there are people at Marvel who get it and are going with it. 
I mean, if they were willing to fight Hitler during WWII, why not be willing to fight some of the evils of today? 

    durnesque-esque:

    observingkatherine:

    giraffepoliceforce:

    Still pretty proud of my response to this.

    I was totally down with the change over already, but not knowing the backstory, this just convinced me so hard that Captain America needs to be a minority right now. 

    Before, Marvel said, “This is what you want? Well fuck you, he isn’t going to help you.” 

    Now Marvel is saying, “This is who you’re throwing under the bus? Who you’re tossing into prison like he doesn’t mean anything? Who you demonize regularly? Well fuck you, he’s going to save you anyway.”

    And as far as the Thor thing, that whole, “If he be worthy part,” yeah, they’re giving the finger to the patriarchy right there saying, “Hey, women are worthy too.”

    If these two things were spaced out, I might believe that they were just marketing ploy, but they come so close together at a time where this message is necessary, I can’t help but think that there are people at Marvel who get it and are going with it. 

    I mean, if they were willing to fight Hitler during WWII, why not be willing to fight some of the evils of today? 

     
  8. 20:57 18th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from emperatrice

    Anonymous said: I'm so happy to know I'm not the only one who thinks that Pat is one of the reasons Jonny joined the Hawks the year he did. All the talk was about him doing another year and NDU then all of a sudden he didn't? Even from a nonshipper!POV, here's a young successful player drafted to a team thats going no where and THEN another young star is drafted, a player you've played with and against, who you KNOW is GOOD, of course you're gonna wanna play with him, to see what you could accomplish together.

    the4freedoms:

    SOMEBODY MAKE THIS INTO AN ACTUAL FIC.

     
  9. 08:39 17th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from zarathuse

    
7/17/14: Nice title there [X]


Legit thought this was a fanart mockup
    7/17/14: Nice title there [X]

    Legit thought this was a fanart mockup

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