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[ Shirley Kite, 1937.]

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moth on other side of sliding glass door: probably like 112 by now idek

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i like the term ‘gender alignments’ because it presents new identities such as: lawful gender, gender evil, and the ever mysterious gender gender.

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Out of curiosity’s sake: Would you mind reblogging this with your flight and HP house?

e.g.; I’m Wind flight and a Hufflepuff!

Light Flight and Hufflepuff.

Shadow Flight, Gryffindor :P 

Lightning Flight, Slytherin

Wind Flight, Ravenclaw!

Earth Flight, Ravenclaw. :]

light flight, slytherin

Light Flight, Ravenclaw!

Fire flight, Hufflepuff!

Fire flight, slytherin!

Shadow flight, slytherin!

Shadow flight, slytherin! 

Light flight, Hufflepuff.

Posted 3 hours ago With 673 notes

“Every introvert alive knows the exquisite pleasure of stepping from the clamor of a party into the bathroom and closing the door.”

Sophia Dembling - The Introvert’s Way: Living a Quiet Life in a Noisy World  (via dianekrugers)

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So from what I gather these two are partners in crime. You cannot convince me otherwise. Also please excuse Leli’s gigantic hands??


my wardens, Cousland, Surana and Aeducan. (i feel like dwarves aren’t rly this short but she is a baby, it’s ok)


A character can still be a great character without being a good person.

In fact, some of the best characters are terrible people.

Because a character’s worth should be based on how complex and interesting they are, not their morality if they were real.

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I’m just saying, I think we all know who the best Jaeger pilot team would be.image



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Gum Wall | Seattle, Washington | March, 2014



made a thing to wear at d&d tomorrow :3

this is cute

Tagged: #D&D #woop

March 21 [1943] was a warm, clear spring day in Texas, and seven BT-13s were enroute from Long Beach to Dallas. During a refueling stop a pilot named Frank Stamme began flirting with Cornelia [Fort, a pilot in the Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Service]. When they were airborne again he began to put his AT-6 into dives right past her. It wasn’t funny. He was no fighter ace, and he had little or no training in formation flying. But he circled and came by again … even closer. And Cornelia did what Cornelia always did. She played it by the book, just maintaining loose formation. She must have hoped he would stop soon, but he did not stop. He just kept diving past her. And on one such dive his wheels were too close. They tore off a wingtip, and Cornelia’s plane immediately lost all control. She went into a spin and flew straight into the hard west Texas earth.

When recovery crews reached the wreckage, they found the engine buried two feet in the ground. The switch was off. She had had time to cut power to the engine. It was clear that she knew she was going to crash, and with the power cut she might prevent an explosion and fire. Of Cornelia herself, little could be identified with certainty, but they did find a short string of cultured pearls.

 Amelia Earhart’s Daughters, a history of women flying in WWII and the space race, by Leslie Haynsworth and David Toomey. (via oliviawaite)

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