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I think I messed up evans appearance but thats fINE ITS STILL THEM LOOKING AFTER VANLIRIOUS

Also tomorrow is the day i celebrate christmas so tECHNICALLY this is considered a christmas thing, i dont know what to call it, maybe a gift but thisd probably the shittiest gift ever hhHaH, whatever it is hopefully you like it ktb

lemon colored m e m o r i e s

Hello everyone!

We just noticed that there isn’t a week for this tiny fandom, so we decided to host one ourselves. It’s a great opportunity for us Kimi to Boku fans to showcase our posts celebrating this week - fics, playlists, art, you name it! Not just that, but we can discover other fans who are either posting stuff for the week or just along for the ride!

The prompts are:

Day 1 (August 10) | Favorite Character

Day 2 (August 11) | Chizuru’s Birthday (because the birthday boy deserves something special)

Day 3 (August 12) | OTP (your favorite pairing/s)

Day 4 (August 13) | Favorite Moment (favorite scene from the anime/manga)

Day 5 (August 14) | Beach

Day 6 (August 15) | Rhythm

Day 7 (August 16) | Freestyle (anything you want!)

Make sure to tag your post/s with #ktbweek and it should one of the first five tags in it.

Finally, it will also be very appreciated if you reblog this post to spread the word. Are you guys as excited as we are?

- Mod Yuta and Mod Kaname


Louisiana shows how not to treat a dead, once wrongfully incarcerated man

Glenn Ford is dead. He died of lung cancer in June 2015 after spending 30 years on death row for a murder he didn’t commit.

According to Shreveport-based news station KTBS, the 65-year-old’s dying wish was to provide for his grandchildren financially. He sought $330,000 in compensation from the state before he died — well above the $250,000 Louisiana usually offers wrongfully convicted people, according to the Times-Picayune.

The money would have gone into a trust fund for his grandkids’ education, according to Ford’s lawyers. But now, they will most likely get nothing.