DEADPOOL - “Oh, F***K Me” (High Quality) - Here’s that test footage that has been popping up all over since it leaked at comic-con, featuring Ryan Reynolds as The Merc With The Mouth - in crisp, clear video! Looks so much better! Watch now before it gets taken down.
if i don’t laugh i’ll never stop crying
Actual tears thank you
George Takei describes the moment when he and his family were sent to an internment camp.
"Another scene I remember now as an adult is every morning at school we started the day with the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag…there was the American flag flying over the camp but I could also see the barbed wire fence and the sentry towers pointing at us from my schoolhouse window as I recited the words ‘With liberty and justice for all’." - George Takei, The Daily Show (July 24, 2014).
Full Episode (apologies, The Daily Show website does not have the best video player).
To Be Takei documentary official website.
- Mod Dawes Sr.
Older men declare war. But it is youth that must fight and die.
― Herbert Hoover
the last ten members of the company standing by the graves of thorin, fili, and kili, humming misty mountains under their breath one last time for them because the quest has been completed but they have no leader to sing the words
Margot Adler, an iconic NPR correspondent and Wiccan priestess, died on Monday July 28 from endometrial cancer at the age of 68.
In 1979 Adler wrote Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers, and Other Pagans in America Today, which became one of the most cited studies of contemporary paganism and established her position as a leading voice in the American pagan community.
PBS quotes Adler as once saying, “The first time I called myself a ‘Witch’ was the most magical moment of my life.” As a public figure, Adler was poised to not only report on, but also help shape the neo-pagan community that was nascent at the time she began writing about it. (source)
This is an incredibly sad day for the Pagan community. An inspirational, well-written, well-loved, well-respected Pagan, and a lovely person in general. I suppose I’ll never get to tell you how much I love your work after all.
Rest in Peace, Margot Adler.