MidenianScholar
Alyssa Hollingsworth
photographer, writer, reader, learner.

The eldest sister reached up to touch the stars and her eyes, so dark before, began to shine.

-The Magic Rubab and the Worn Out Paizars

And sometimes you didn’t want to know the end… because how could the end be happy? 

For so long, all I wanted was for you to love me, to accept me. I thought it was my honor I wanted, but really, I was just trying to please you. You, my father, who banished me just for talking out of turn. My father, who challenged me, a thirteen-year-old boy, to an Agni Kai. How could you possibly justify a duel with a child?

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retrogasm:

100 Years of Style in 100 Seconds

this is actually the most amazing thing i watched it twice

Oh snap, this is brilliant!

I’ve watched this video so many times I love it a lot.

Oh hot reservoir, this is my marmalade

Sorta loving the bit in the forties where the guy wanders off for a few seconds.

englishsnow:

designedwithsam

npamusic:

The Device that is keeping you alive, is also killing you.

- J.A.R.V.I.S. to Tony Stark

nicknames: cities (part 1)

ryanpanos:

Scotland’s Big Decision | Via

Tomorrow, legal residents of Scotland, ages 16 and older, will be voting in a referendum to decide their country’s independence from the United Kingdom. While ending a centuries-old union is a complex and emotional issue, the wording on the ballot could not be more simple — “Should Scotland be an independent country?” — with only two choices, yes or no. Interest in tomorrow’s vote is extremely high, and more than 97 percent of Scotland’s eligible voters are registered to vote. “No” voters had the edge in polls for most of the past year, but “Yes” voters surged ahead to take a brief lead just weeks ago. At the moment, polls favor a “No” vote, but the slim margin makes the outcome too close to call. As Scotland prepares to decide its future, here is a collection of images of the campaign, the voters, and the country.

John Oliver on the  Scottish ‘Better Together’ campaign slogan. 

John Oliver explains why J.K. Rowling opposes Scottish independence.

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i have been waiting for this to show up in my dash forever

ITS BACK

THIS IS MY FAVORITE

IT’S BACK

This has to be up there with the funniest shit ever.

gonna reblog it everytime

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