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sakuta-ryusei:

Another Yoshi update.  A lot of people don’t know this, but before Yoshi was cast as Koda (Dino Charge Blue) he was the suit actor for Robo Knight in Megaforce.A few days ago on facebook he announced that he was going to have to get rid of his Gosei Knight/Robo Knight standee before he left to start filming.  So, not only did he give it away, Yoshi himself delivered it to the fan’s door, along with a personalized message.I really can’t with him, he’s so adorable.

sakuta-ryusei:

Another Yoshi update.  A lot of people don’t know this, but before Yoshi was cast as Koda (Dino Charge Blue) he was the suit actor for Robo Knight in Megaforce.

A few days ago on facebook he announced that he was going to have to get rid of his Gosei Knight/Robo Knight standee before he left to start filming.  So, not only did he give it away, Yoshi himself delivered it to the fan’s door, along with a personalized message.

I really can’t with him, he’s so adorable.

hattedmistress:

splend42:

newdisaster:

You know, Guardians of the Galaxy was not the first film I’ve watched in which Vin Diesel voiced a character that barely spoke and yet destroyed me with a single line of dialogue

need I remind you

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DAMN YOU VIN DIESEL

Vin Diesel: Ruining my life and making me sob like a baby since 1999

.Hack//Roots is also quite bad.

(Source: spacebartender)

pangeki:

TWITTER DID A THING

pangeki:

TWITTER DID A THING

gvoot:

because we all need dancing baby groot on our blogs.

xiihangman:

helioscentrifuge:

justyouraveragehaggis:

beckyhop:

zftw:

we need to talk about that house loan

It’s gonna cost you a leg. Specifically, that guy’s prosthetic leg.
I need it.

I also need that guy’s eye.

okay what fucking fandom does a guy lose his prosthetic leg and his eye?

You can work off your galactic debts by running errands for your neighbors. You can also get lucky and find credits in trees that shake.

xiihangman:

helioscentrifuge:

justyouraveragehaggis:

beckyhop:

zftw:

we need to talk about that house loan

It’s gonna cost you a leg. Specifically, that guy’s prosthetic leg.

I need it.

I also need that guy’s eye.

okay what fucking fandom does a guy lose his prosthetic leg and his eye?

You can work off your galactic debts by running errands for your neighbors. You can also get lucky and find credits in trees that shake.

(Source: awwww-cute)

twenty-zero-one:

anarcho-queer:

The NYPD killed more civilians in a span of 3 months than all of Germany’s police killed in a year.
84 shots were fired at one murder suspect in Harlem, another 90 shots at one fleeing unarmed man in Los Angeles. And that was just April.
More civilians are killed by America’s police force than soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. There’s a war on American soil and we’re to blind to see it.
Thanks Germany for giving us some perspective.
Source

Countries in the EU in general seem to have much better policing decorum in general.
In the United Kingdom, from January 2011 to December 2011, there were 12,550 incidents where armed response were dispatched and given authorisation to open fire. Of these 12,550 incidents, weapons were discharged five times. Five. Of these five incidents, two fatalities occurred, [x] Mark Duggan (an armed gang member) and Anthony Grainger (who was fleeing from a robbery). Of these two incidents, three shots were fired (two in Duggan’s case, one markman discharge in Grainger’s), and both incidents were heavily investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). [x] Even despite great lengths taken to ensure planning and control were adhered to, the Greater Manchester police are facing an unlimited fine for the incident involving Grainger.

A lot of officers in any city in the UK are equipped with camera’s fitted to their uniform and the dashboard of their cars. Everyone is accountable, and transparency is deemed paramount. It’d be refreshing to see the US follow suit.

twenty-zero-one:

anarcho-queer:

The NYPD killed more civilians in a span of 3 months than all of Germany’s police killed in a year.

84 shots were fired at one murder suspect in Harlem, another 90 shots at one fleeing unarmed man in Los Angeles. And that was just April.

More civilians are killed by America’s police force than soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. There’s a war on American soil and we’re to blind to see it.

Thanks Germany for giving us some perspective.

Source

Countries in the EU in general seem to have much better policing decorum in general.

In the United Kingdom, from January 2011 to December 2011, there were 12,550 incidents where armed response were dispatched and given authorisation to open fire. Of these 12,550 incidents, weapons were discharged five times. Five. Of these five incidents, two fatalities occurred, [x] Mark Duggan (an armed gang member) and Anthony Grainger (who was fleeing from a robbery). Of these two incidents, three shots were fired (two in Duggan’s case, one markman discharge in Grainger’s), and both incidents were heavily investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). [x] Even despite great lengths taken to ensure planning and control were adhered to, the Greater Manchester police are facing an unlimited fine for the incident involving Grainger.

A lot of officers in any city in the UK are equipped with camera’s fitted to their uniform and the dashboard of their cars. Everyone is accountable, and transparency is deemed paramount. It’d be refreshing to see the US follow suit.

"I can’t let my mom know about my plushie addiction!  It’s sooo~o Embarrassing!"

"I can’t let my mom know about my plushie addiction!  It’s sooo~o Embarrassing!"

(Source: digi-egg)

awkward-lee:

i’m just going to leave this here