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Loving, Remixed

Hazel MacDougall gave you the clap.

“But Dumbledore says he doesn’t care what they do as long as they don’t take him off the Chocolate Frog cards.” 

beesmygod:

What a weird piano.

genderedboy:

"Why do you want this job?"

Because under capitalism I am forced to sell my labor in order to subsist.

clonefusion:

favorite character meme | two colors
red [1/2]

niallimlegal:

*white person voice* so like are you…what like… cultur—like…what ethnic—like…what type of like—what are…where are you from?

breathtakingdestinations:

Grand Teton Farm - Yellowstone - USA (von picturesinmylife_yls)

怜香伴 - the fragrant companion
怜香伴 was written by Li Yu, a late-Ming early-Qing actor and playwright, and tells the tale of two women, Cui Jianyun and Cao Yuhua, who meet at a temple and fall in love, and promise to be husband and wife in their next lives. Having newly married Fan Jiefu, Cui Jianyun convinces her husband to take Cao Yuhua as a second wife, so that the two might be together forever. [x]

Production Design2046 (2004)

by William Chang

charminglyantiquated:

a little love story about mermaids and tattoos

If you’re poor, the only way you’re likely to injure someone is the old traditional way: artisanal violence, we could call it – by hands, by knife, by club, or maybe modern hands-on violence, by gun or by car.

But if you’re tremendously wealthy, you can practice industrial-scale violence without any manual labor on your own part. You can, say, build a sweatshop factory that will collapse in Bangladesh and kill more people than any hands-on mass murderer ever did, or you can calculate risk and benefit about putting poisons or unsafe machines into the world, as manufacturers do every day. If you’re the leader of a country, you can declare war and kill by the hundreds of thousands or millions. And the nuclear superpowers – the US and Russia – still hold the option of destroying quite a lot of life on Earth.

So do the carbon barons. But when we talk about violence, we almost always talk about violence from below, not above.