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pokemon-photography:


Real authentic burger king gold.

pokemon-photography:

Real authentic burger king gold.

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aokamei:

"It’s going to be alright."

aokamei:

"It’s going to be alright."


glamtr0n:

Trannyshack bitch


silverwind:

Scanned by silverwind from Mode Super Heroes Gaim & Wizard.
MINI-KOUTA!

silverwind:

Scanned by silverwind from Mode Super Heroes Gaim & Wizard.

MINI-KOUTA!


That moment traveling on public transportation when you have the intense need to pee, but realize you have too many bags to carry into the bathroom at the Bart station without putting one on the ground.


kogath:

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
Official NA/EUR Box Art
Finally a decent version of it.

kogath:

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

Official NA/EUR Box Art

Finally a decent version of it.

(Source: monsterhunter.wikia.com)


bye-bye-perona:

Favorite Characters [1/?]

                                               ↳ Satsuki Kiryuin

                    "Fear is Freedom! Control is Liberty! Contradiction is                                                                            Truth! That is the reality of this world!"


I always use emojis in groups of three


Anonymously tell me your assumptions about me and I’ll confirm or deny them.

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awesomerobotanimegifs:

Bolt Gundam and Dragon Gundam vs Soaring Raven Gundam


shannongoodpress:

Michelle Obama Honors Janelle Monae At Grammy Luncheon

published on July 18 by Shannon

First Lady Michelle Obama delivered the keynote address at the Grammy Museum’s Jane Ortner Education Awards Luncheon Wednesday on the importance of arts education in our school system. She was also there to honor singer Janelle Monae for her mentorship with young students through the Grammy Museum’s educational efforts. The six-time Grammy nominated singer was honored along with teacher Sunshine Cavalluzzi.

As she honored Monae, Mrs. Obama spoke about the importance of the arts in education to the our children, while adding that an expansion of the program is needed so that every child is involved.

“Engagement in the arts can unlock a world of possibilities for our young people. … For many young people, arts education is the only reason they get out of bed in the morning,” Michelle said (via the Los Angeles Times). “Just like Janelle, they go to school each day because there’s an instrument they want to play, a musical they want to perform in, a painting they are dying to finish. So then once they arrive in those classrooms, that’s when we can teach them something else, like math and writing and science. That is the power of the arts for so many of our young people.”

Janelle Monae also gave a moving performance at the event.

images courtesy of Getty