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am i turning into fetch or am i turning fetch into me

October 01 @ 05:11
liquidnight:

Russell Lee
Children playing in the gutter on 139th Street just east of St. Anne’s Avenue, Bronx, New York, 1936.
[via Everyday_I_Show]

liquidnight:

Russell Lee

Children playing in the gutter on 139th Street just east of St. Anne’s Avenue, Bronx, New York, 1936.

[via Everyday_I_Show]

captainarlert:

I don’t believe in love at first sight, but I do know who’s gonna be my favorite character from like, two seconds of screen time. 

popthirdworld:

Australia really needs to talk about its racism. The government and opposition start banging on on terrorism and all of a sudden it’s hunting-season on innocent Muslim Aussies. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians are too many living in squalor. Indian students are wary of coming here. Home and Away and Neighbours can’t cast a PoC to save their life. People refer to themselves as ‘Australian’ in a way that suggests Vietnamese Australian, Greek Australian, Aboriginal Australian or Korean Australians are something different. We all need to talk about racism and confront it wherever we see it. We need to change the culture, one dumb joke or racist dating preference or school bully at a time.

everets:

To: Apple Headquarters

Subject: No

Body: I don’t need this

Attached: U2 - Songs of Innocence.zip

#me  
nativefaces:

Three young girls in the streets of Cuzco, ancient capital of the Peruvian Incas. The walls beside them were built by their inca ancestors. Circa 1955

nativefaces:

Three young girls in the streets of Cuzco, ancient capital of the Peruvian Incas. The walls beside them were built by their inca ancestors. Circa 1955

akysora:

littleclevercat:

Assassin’s Creed. With kittens.

Just going to leave this here……

#me  

1-3-00-6-555-06:

I was at melbourne central today and I was eating hungry jacks whilst I was waiting for the train and I realised there was nowhere to put the rubbish. Turns out all the bins at melbourne stations have been removed because of the terror threat. Then in the space of 10 minutes there were two announcements not to leave bags unattended. Well done Australia, you’ve fallen even deeper into Abbott’s filthy arsehole.

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