wiredandrewired:

dudeistlibertarian:

espeonsilverfire2:

findingschmomo:

browncoat-named-cauthon:

excitabletortoise:

god bless america

I hope this the last remaining photos of our presidents

Is no one going to talk about Ronald McDonald fighting in Clinton’s background.

I’m not even american and I will reblog these anyday.

is Teddy Roosevelt shooting Bigfoot?

That one is historically accurate, actually.

I’m obviously printing posters of all of these.

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wiredandrewired:

dudeistlibertarian:

espeonsilverfire2:

findingschmomo:

browncoat-named-cauthon:

excitabletortoise:

god bless america

I hope this the last remaining photos of our presidents

Is no one going to talk about Ronald McDonald fighting in Clinton’s background.

I’m not even american and I will reblog these anyday.

is Teddy Roosevelt shooting Bigfoot?

That one is historically accurate, actually.

I’m obviously printing posters of all of these.

(Source: 8bitmonkey, via tollbooth)

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The new season’s promo posters!

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The new season’s promo posters!

straightchristianfurry:

“i’m working on composing some darker stuff for ukelele” something i actually overheard today

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carmenog:

This ad campaign for a Lebanese organization called KAFA, which promotes gender equality and works to end violence against women, turns the sound wave patterns of derogatory words into physical wounds. The result is a sad but powerful reminder of just how deeply scarring verbal abuse can be.

Photographer: James Day

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carmenog:

This ad campaign for a Lebanese organization called KAFA, which promotes gender equality and works to end violence against women, turns the sound wave patterns of derogatory words into physical wounds. The result is a sad but powerful reminder of just how deeply scarring verbal abuse can be.

Photographer: James Day

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i just need you to know how good of a daughter i am for not uploading my mom’s selflies okay?