First Kuragehime trailer!

rosalinaafalves:

huffingtonpost:

THIS MAN HAS ALS, AND HIS ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH. THEN IT’LL MAKE YOU CRY

The video begins humorously as Anthony Carbajal, a photographer, dresses up in a neon bikini top and soaps up a car before being doused with ice water. 

So watch the full video here and laugh out loud at the first half and then get ready to tear up in the second half. 

People talk so much shit about the challenges. Saying it is wasting water when other countries can’t get water to drink. So donate to them too! It’s simple and a good cause. Finding a cure for ALS is a step closer to finding Multiple Sclerosis. And I want that because my mother has MS. So stop putting such a worthy cause down. And if you think it’s taking the spot light away from other causes, start speaking up!!

therealraewest:

daniellemaryekloc:

This is perfect.

I’m so glad he’s guarding our galaxy

the-wolfbats:

medievalpoc:

thegreatgadfly:

medievalpoc:

[more on Xiang Fei]
*coughcough* paging rejectedprincesses *coughcough*

*sigh*
It’s a legend, you ignorant fucks. No one knows whether there is any historical basis whatsoever. And it’s not nearly as glorious a legend as you’d think from looking at that one picture.

Oh, she was a real person. If you read the link (and the links at the link like so-(Mungello p 68, 69), you’ll notice I get into the documentation and how her story has been used and told from diverse perspectives. Just because there are legends about Napoleon Bonaparte or Genghis Khan, doesn’t make them nothing but legends.
I think your response says a lot about the point I’m trying to make here, though. Are we ready as a culture for Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter…but not Xiang Fei?

& if it was a legend - why should that stop someone from making an adaptation?

the-wolfbats:

medievalpoc:

thegreatgadfly:

medievalpoc:

[more on Xiang Fei]

*coughcough* paging rejectedprincesses *coughcough*

*sigh*

It’s a legend, you ignorant fucks. No one knows whether there is any historical basis whatsoever. And it’s not nearly as glorious a legend as you’d think from looking at that one picture.

Oh, she was a real person. If you read the link (and the links at the link like so-(Mungello p 68, 69), you’ll notice I get into the documentation and how her story has been used and told from diverse perspectives. Just because there are legends about Napoleon Bonaparte or Genghis Khan, doesn’t make them nothing but legends.

I think your response says a lot about the point I’m trying to make here, though. Are we ready as a culture for Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter…but not Xiang Fei?

& if it was a legend - why should that stop someone from making an adaptation?

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REBLOG IF YOU MISS GEORGE HARRISON AND LOVE HIM NO MATTER WHAT.

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jawngreenyoukiller:

howimetyoureffingmother:

favourite person in the world.

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everybodyone

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