Monday, September 01, 2014 — 7:24 pm
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posted 9 hours ago

cooldoka

Warning to anyone who uses deviantART! [PLEASE REBLOG]

futurediarist:

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If you get a note like this from this guy, ignore it. Delete it. If you ask what his daughter likes, he’ll try sending you a very suspicious folder with random art in it, as well as a virus.

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Please spread this around because someone who doesn’t know any better can really wind up getting screwed over. Thank you!




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 3:58 pm

shouldnt:

I AM SO EXCITED TO WEAR SWEATERS AGAIN




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 2:24 pm
what do you mean I am not 10 anymore

consultingtimelord-atyourservice:

Right in the Childhood:

Princess Movies:

They aren’t technically Princess movies, but they are still badass:

Honorable Mentions:

Some of Us Are Old, and Some Of Us Are New:




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 2:10 pm
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posted 14 hours ago

cybugs
© fandomsaremyobsession

What have you seen?

disneytasthic:

CLASSIC DISNEY

101 Dalmatians (1961)
Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Bambi (1942) 
Cinderella (1950)
Dumbo (1941)
Fantasia (1940) 
Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Mary Poppins (1964)
Peter Pan (1953)
Pinocchio (1940)
Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Song of the South (1946)

DISNEY’S DARK AGE
The Aristocats (1970)
Bedknobs & Broomsticks (1971)
The Black Cauldron (1985)
The Fox and the Hound (1981)
The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
The Jungle Book (1967)
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
Oliver and Company (1986)
Pete’s Dragon (1977)
The Rescuers (1977)
Robin Hood (1973)
The Sword In The Stone (1963)

THE DISNEY RENAISSANCE
Aladdin (1992)
Beauty and the Beast (1991)
A Goofy Movie (1995)         
James and the Giant Peach (1996)   
Hercules (1997)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
The Lion King (1994)
The Little Mermaid (1989)
Mulan (1998)
Pocahontas (1995)
The Rescuers Down Under (1990)
Tarzan (1999)

DISNEY’S MODERN AGE
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
Bolt (2008)
Brother Bear (2003) 
Chicken Little (2005)
Dinosaur (2000)
The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) 
Enchanted (2007)
Fantasia 2000 (2000)
Home on the Range (2004)
Lilo & Stitch (2002)
Meet the Robinsons (2007)
The Princess and the Frog (2009)
Treasure Planet (2002)
Tangled (2010)

Winnie the Pooh (2011)

Wreck it Ralph (2012)
Frozen (2013) 

DISNEY SEQUELS
101 Dalmations 2: Patch’s London Adventure (2003)
102 Dalmatians
Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1996)
An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000)
Atlantis - Milo’s Return (2003)
Bambi II (2006)
Beauty and the Beast - Belle’s Magical World (1998)
Beauty and the Beast - The Enchanted Christmas (1997)
Cinderella II - Dreams Come True (2002)
Cinderella III - A Twist in Time (2007)
Kronk’s New Groove (2005)
Lady & the Tramp II - Scamp’s Adventure (2001)
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch (2005)
Mulan 2 (2004)
Pocahontas II - Journey to a New World (1998)
Return to Never Land (2002)
Tarzan & Jane (2002)
Tarzan II (2005)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (2002)
The Jungle Book 2 (2003)
The Lion King 1 1/2 (2004)
The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride (1998)
The Little Mermaid - Ariel’s Beginning (2008)
The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea (2000)
The Return of Jafar (1994)


PIXAR
A Bug’s Life (1998)
Cars (2006)
Finding Nemo (2003) 
The Incredibles (2004)
Monsters Inc. (2001)
Monsters University (2013)
Ratatouille (2007)
Toy Story (1995)
Toy Story 2 (1999)
Toy Story 3 (2010) 
Wall-E (2008)
Up (2009)
Brave (2012)




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:40 am
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posted 16 hours ago

gliceisntaword
© bobbymoynihans

gliceisntaword:

 




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:40 am

nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:39 am
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posted 16 hours ago

weekendupdateofficial
© gamegrrl

tagged as:
#reblogs
#text post

buttlass:

boys be like “YOU WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND THE PAIN OF REJECTION” as if girls have never been fuckin rejected before




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:38 am
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posted 16 hours ago

nph-44thstreet
© loganmcowen
loganmcowen:

I’m honestly quite proud of this status.

loganmcowen:

I’m honestly quite proud of this status.




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:37 am
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posted 16 hours ago

dietbepsi
© temmese




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:36 am

blueberrygingerhead:

You can’t forget Bobs Burgers




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:36 am
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posted 16 hours ago

dollarinthedouchebagjar
© wankstyles

wankstyles:

consider this , how the fukc is it september 




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:28 am
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posted 17 hours ago

captainwittyoneliner
© mahbucky

mahbucky:

girls dont like boys, girls like wet chris evans in a suit




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:28 am
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posted 17 hours ago

seiseragaki
© i-like-to-obsess

tagged as:
#text post
#PLEASE

i-like-to-obsess:

petition to ban “i kissed a girl” from all queer girl fanmixes 2k14




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:27 am
minim-calibre:

the-mamishka:

solarbird:

Scarecrow Video has been a Seattle institution for many years. It started as a video rental store – and still is one – but it was owned by the kind of crazed film fanatics who run a business primarily as a way to build the biggest collection of things imaginable. The original owner was the sort of person who would fly on an hour’s notice to former Soviet republics on the rumour that he could get a SECAM videotape copy of a particular obscure Stalinist-era Belorussian film. And half the time, he’d return with it.
Despite having one of the largest film collections in the world – possibly the largest in the world – video rental doesn’t cut it anymore, so they’re going non-profit. But that’s expensive, too, so they’re launching a Kickstarter to make it happen. Go help.
I started renting from them when they were next to J&S Phonograph Needles in Roosevelt – yes that was a store for phonograph needles it didn’t make much sense them either – and remember when they moved to the U. District, on 50th and Roosevelt. They bought out what used to be the biggest Radio Shack ever, a multistory building with its own screening lounge and everything.
It’s pretty damn cool, and it’d be a disaster to lose such a comprehensive film collection – particularly as it is actually available to the public. Even the exotic stuff can be rented and/or screened – they have multiformat players available, too. In some cases, they have one of only three to four copies of films still in existence, and you can see it. That’s the kind of collection this is.
I’ve known one of the current owners for a long time; this project is a big deal for them, too. So go help them flip that switch to non-profit. As I write this, they’ve made 60% of goal in a day, thanks in no small part to The Onion‘s AV Club. Let’s see if we can’t get them there by tomorrow, eh?
Mirrored from Crime and the Blog of Evil. Come check out our music!

Wow. I was just going to write a post about this myself, having just learned about the Kickstarter the other day, but now I don’t have to because Solarbird has said it all! 
For the record, I have been a long time employee of Scarecrow Video and it is the most amazing place for movies there is. It should be a historic landmark in Seattle! Let’s help keep it alive and kicking!!

Two of our good friends, including our best man at our wedding, were managers at Scarecrow for years. It’s where one of them met his wife. She was a customer, he was the cute, oblivious guy behind the counter. Fifteen years or so and two kids later, they’re still adorable enough together to be worth a movie of their own.
Scarecrow is more than just a video store, as indicated above. It’s a comprehensive collection of film and television from around the globe made accessible. When I say around the globe, I mean it, by the way. Their international section is glorious. 
Keeping that vision alive, well, that’s huge.
My email update this morning says they’re at about 70% after day one. (Brian and Ed were on this basically instantly yesterday, passing the news and the Kickstarter link along to the rest of us, which is pretty amazing, considering I think Ed’s still driving a moving van out to DC right now.)
If you’ve got a buck or five to spare for arts preservation, trust me: this is worth it. 

minim-calibre:

the-mamishka:

solarbird:

Scarecrow Video has been a Seattle institution for many years. It started as a video rental store – and still is one – but it was owned by the kind of crazed film fanatics who run a business primarily as a way to build the biggest collection of things imaginable. The original owner was the sort of person who would fly on an hour’s notice to former Soviet republics on the rumour that he could get a SECAM videotape copy of a particular obscure Stalinist-era Belorussian film. And half the time, he’d return with it.

Despite having one of the largest film collections in the world – possibly the largest in the world – video rental doesn’t cut it anymore, so they’re going non-profit. But that’s expensive, too, so they’re launching a Kickstarter to make it happen. Go help.

I started renting from them when they were next to J&S Phonograph Needles in Roosevelt – yes that was a store for phonograph needles it didn’t make much sense them either – and remember when they moved to the U. District, on 50th and Roosevelt. They bought out what used to be the biggest Radio Shack ever, a multistory building with its own screening lounge and everything.

It’s pretty damn cool, and it’d be a disaster to lose such a comprehensive film collection – particularly as it is actually available to the public. Even the exotic stuff can be rented and/or screened – they have multiformat players available, too. In some cases, they have one of only three to four copies of films still in existence, and you can see it. That’s the kind of collection this is.

I’ve known one of the current owners for a long time; this project is a big deal for them, too. So go help them flip that switch to non-profit. As I write this, they’ve made 60% of goal in a day, thanks in no small part to The Onion‘s AV Club. Let’s see if we can’t get them there by tomorrow, eh?

Mirrored from Crime and the Blog of Evil. Come check out our music!

Wow. I was just going to write a post about this myself, having just learned about the Kickstarter the other day, but now I don’t have to because Solarbird has said it all! 

For the record, I have been a long time employee of Scarecrow Video and it is the most amazing place for movies there is. It should be a historic landmark in Seattle! Let’s help keep it alive and kicking!!

Two of our good friends, including our best man at our wedding, were managers at Scarecrow for years. It’s where one of them met his wife. She was a customer, he was the cute, oblivious guy behind the counter. Fifteen years or so and two kids later, they’re still adorable enough together to be worth a movie of their own.

Scarecrow is more than just a video store, as indicated above. It’s a comprehensive collection of film and television from around the globe made accessible. When I say around the globe, I mean it, by the way. Their international section is glorious. 

Keeping that vision alive, well, that’s huge.

My email update this morning says they’re at about 70% after day one. (Brian and Ed were on this basically instantly yesterday, passing the news and the Kickstarter link along to the rest of us, which is pretty amazing, considering I think Ed’s still driving a moving van out to DC right now.)

If you’ve got a buck or five to spare for arts preservation, trust me: this is worth it. 




Monday, September 01, 2014 — 11:26 am

shubbabang:

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i apologize to your dashboards