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18th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Samuel Beckett Motivational Cat Posters with 120 notes

Tagged: catsphilosophyBeckettquote

16th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Beautiful Tragedy with 15 notes

The famous green text!

The famous green text!

Tagged: Julian AssangeWikiLeaks

16th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Collateral Revolution with 8 notes

collateral-revolution:

This is your opportunity to meet and have lunch with one of the most compelling and controversial figures of our time — Julian Assange.

The winner and a guest will meet Assange at the Embassy (located in Knightsbridge, London). Over lunch you will discuss global political and security issues. Added Bonus: security tips for your laptop or mobile device, expert advice in geopolitics, privacy and managing an organisation under fire, by Assange.

From charitybuzz.com

Just imagine )

I regret that I am too burned out to come up with a decent “laptop” pun here.

Tagged: julian assangewikileaks

13th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Samuel Beckett Motivational Cat Posters with 320 notes

BONSAI KITTEH!!!

BONSAI KITTEH!!!

Tagged: catswtfquote

8th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from this isn't happiness. with 1,358 notes

nevver:

Berlin

Tagged: street art

6th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Explore with 101 notes

explore-blog:

For Andy Warhol’s birthday, the vintage cookbook on which he collaborate with his mom

Hilarious

explore-blog:

For Andy Warhol’s birthday, the vintage cookbook on which he collaborate with his mom

Hilarious

Tagged: foodartWarholWtf

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from The Cryptosphere Tumblr with 1 note

thecryptosphere:

(via What to Do When Someone Steals Your Stuff)
Just what it says on the tin: What to do when someone steals your stuff. Fair use is fair. This is for when it’s not fair use. And it’s fairly effective. And by “fairly effective” I mean it has made grown men cry.

thecryptosphere:

(via What to Do When Someone Steals Your Stuff)

Just what it says on the tin: What to do when someone steals your stuff. Fair use is fair. This is for when it’s not fair use. And it’s fairly effective. And by “fairly effective” I mean it has made grown men cry.

Tagged: crimeblogsblogging

27th July 2014

Link reblogged from CLAY+ with 125 notes

On Wonder Woman... →

clayrodery:

Superman gets an entire history, culture, visual language, etc. developed from the ground up in MoS. Of course he does, that’s what you get when it’s a movie about you. For this next one, we’ve become privy to Batman having been similarly rebuilt from the ground up - huge amount of thought and…

an intriguing call to action re: artists and superheroes

Tagged: superheroeswonder womansexismartcall to action

27th July 2014

Photo reblogged from must locomote swiftly with 79,337 notes

susiethemoderator:

buckybarnesing:

you ever see a thing that just makes you cackle? x

Superman is literally an Illegal “Alien”

Word.

susiethemoderator:

buckybarnesing:

you ever see a thing that just makes you cackle? x

Superman is literally an Illegal “Alien”

Word.

Tagged: superheroessupermanpolitics

Source: buckybarnesing

27th July 2014

Quote reblogged from Gone with the Archie with 807 notes

They all shared a certain coolness, a cruel, mannered charm which was not modern in the least but had the strange cold breath of the ancient world : they were magnificent creatures, such eyes, such hands, such looks - sic oculos, sic ille manus, sic ora ferebat.

Donna Tartt, The Secret History (via ablogwithaview)

I adore this book and although I haven’t re-read it in at least five years, I recognized this instantly.

Tagged: literaryliteratibook of my generation

Source: camilla-macauley

27th July 2014

Quote with 1 note

With Edward Snowden’s Russian asylum expiring in one week, Courage campaigns for his continued safety Through Vkontakte (Russia’s “Facebook”) a campaign promoting asylum extension for Snowden was seen by more than 1 million users in Russia last week alone 37 countries already covered by Courage’s #StandWithSnowden campaign More than $90,000 in Bitcoin donations received by Courage in the year since Courage set up Snowden’s defence fund Edward Snowden was granted a year’s temporary asylum in Russia on 31 July 2013 and he has applied to have this protection extended. Last week alone more than 1 million people in Russia viewed a social network campaign placed and funded by Courage asking Russia to continue to protect Snowden and “show the world what asylum really means”. As the Russian government is presently involved in a serious diplomatic dispute with the United States and the EU over sanctions, it is important that the Russian government knows it has the support of its domestic population and the international community in a prospective decision to continue to protect Mr Snowden’s asylum rights, despite ongoing opposition by the United States. Courage’s campaigning for Edward Snowden has also seen individuals from 37 countries submitting photos showing that they “Stand With Snowden”. Courage’s Trustees will soon officially write to leaders in the countries displaying the most support in this campaign to ask for their assistance of Edward Snowden’s future protection. #StandWithSnowden photos can be submitted here, alongside a new map showing the breadth of participation in the campaign worldwide: https://couragefound.org/stand-with-snowden Courage, the international organisation dedicated to the protection of truthtellers that runs Edward Snowden’s official defence fund, has announced the amount of Bitcoins donated for the legal and public defence of the NSA whistleblower as 154.55027439 BTC. This amounts to more than $93,000 in Bitcoins alone that supporters have donated to his defense fund in the year since the NSA whistleblower was granted temporary asylum in Russia. “Ensuring Edward Snowden’s safety will be a long battle, fought on legal and public fronts, requiring our continued support,” said Sarah Harrison, Courage’s Acting Director. “Since his defence fund launched in August 2013, we’ve already incurred more than 100,000 dollars in legal costs alone. “The most important obstacle Edward Snowden faces today, a week before his asylum expires, is to extend his temporary security in Russia. Your donations finance an international legal team working to secure Mr Snowden a safe haven now, in addition to researching the legal threats he faces around the world and negotiating to have him safely testify in the ongoing national surveillance inquiries in the EU and elsewhere. We’re excited to see so many Bitcoin donations going to Mr Snowden’s defence because it shows how many people in the online community understand the full value of his contribution and the importance of keeping him free and able to participate in the debate he began. Snowden’s defence fund will continue to need supporters’ donations until we can be sure he is fully protected.” In addition to running the official defence fund for Edward Snowden and preparing to do the same for others in the future who risk life or liberty to make significant contributions to the historical record, Courage advocates for the protection of journalists’ sources and the public’s right to receive their information as guaranteed in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Courage originally began in August 2013 as The Journalistic Source Protection Defence Fund and has run Edward Snowden’s defence fund since that time. Courage’s official Edward Snowden support site is located at https://edwardsnowden.com and the related twitter account at @CourageSnowden. Supporters can send BTC to Snowden’s defense fund at 1snowqQP5VmZgU47i5AWwz9fsgHQg94Fa and to Courage’s general fund at 1courAa6zrLRM43t8p98baSx6inPxhigc Courage also accepts major credit cards, PayPal, bank transfer and cheques: https://couragefound.org/donate/ European supporters can donate to the Snowden defence fund tax-free using credit cards, PayPal, bank transfer and cheques via the Wau Holland Foundation: http://www.wauland.de/en/projects/07.html Read more about donating to Courage, its funding, and its mission at https://couragefound.org/ Below are selected images from Courage’s #StandWithSnowden campaign and Russian Vkontakte campaign: Courage Trustee and WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London

Tagged: SnowdenWikiLeaksAsylum

26th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Kwii Draws Stuff with 87 notes

caffeineandcarpaltunnel:

New tee up in the shop! 

caffeineandcarpaltunnel:

New tee up in the shop! 

Tagged: Freelance isn't Free

26th July 2014

Photo

Tagged: unicorn chaser

23rd July 2014

Post

Tagged: Chihuahua

23rd July 2014

Link reblogged from WILLIAM SHATNER with 3,964 notes

Hello! →

williamshatner:

So I’m new to this but old to Social Media. My purpose for being here is to blog about my experiences online and get out of the 140 character limit.

I have tried turning on the /ask feature but it’s just fills my inbox with random posts and questions that I see everywhere else.

I’m going to try…

Tagged: SHATNERceleb