Release Date : 2015-05-14 Casts : Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Nathan Jones, Riley Keough, Tom Hardy, Abbey Lee, Charlize Theron, Richard Norton, Adelaide Clemens, Zoë Kravitz, Nicholas Hoult
A apocalyptic story set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life. Within this world exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order. There’s Max, a man of action and a man of few words, who seeks peace of mind following the loss of his wife and child in the aftermath of the chaos. And Furiosa, a woman of action and a woman who believes her path to survival may be achieved if she can make it across the desert back to her childhood homeland.
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I can’t even read about Syria and IS anymore. It makes me physically sick that we’re dealing with this in 2015, that a resolution seems so far away, that every day there is more violence and death.
And of course there’s nothing we, as the people, can do except read about what’s happening, spread information and pray for peace. That’s doubly frustrating. I wish superheroes actually existed.. we need a few.
most high schools have pe as a requirement to graduate, and karkat finds earth pe to be really boring "why are you just running? where's the fighting? the climbing of really high mountains with no protection? where's the /challenge/" while most of dave's classmates are exhausted from the miles they've had to run, and dave is all "dude, i thought we covered this in our letters."
karkat who literally doesnt even break a sweat hes just like ??? dave why are all of your human classmates leaking bodily fluids?? it has only been half an hour of running? have they never had to run from the large frothing fangs of an enraged //some weird alternian name for something big and scary who fkkn knOWs//
karkat who has the most terrifying ‘back in my homeland’ stories and no one knows what to say ever but they deff dont mess w him lmfao
Condolences and tributes to legendary revolutionary and champion of
women’s rights Nora Castaneda have been pouring in from across Venezuela
after news of the activist’s death on May 16.
An economist, university lecturer and much-loved revolutionary,
Castaneda is renowned for having founded and presided over Venezuela’s
internationally celebrated Women’s Development Bank, “Banmujer” since
2001. She was also one of the chief protagonists of Venezuela’s
working-class women’s movement that emerged in the 1980s.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro tweeted in tribute: “Nora,
mission accomplished … We will remember you with gratitude and
admiration, and we will continue your example by building the homeland.”
Born and raised by her mother in a poor single parent family,
Castaneda’s upbringing quickly instilled her with a passion for justice
for working-class women that extended beyond Venezuela.
In the late 1970s and early ‘80s, she travelled to Nicaragua to
support the Sandinista struggle against the US-backed Somoza regime. She
eventually returned to Venezuela to take up the torch of women’s
liberation once again.
As a militant of the Socialist League, Castaneda fought against the
repressive and corrupt “pacted” democracy of the Fourth Republic that
lasted from 1958 to 1998. She sought to bring gender politics to the
fore of the left’s political agenda by founding the “Women’s League”
from within the party.
After the advent of the Bolivarian revolution, Castaneda’s long
history of militant activism earned her the role of chief ally and
adviser to former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who was first
elected in 1998. She was key to orientating his government’s politics on
Some of the most progressive gender policies of the Bolivarian
revolution, such as the inclusion of the female pronoun throughout the
country’s 1999 Constitution, the recognition of women homemakers’ work
as “productive” and their right to social security, have been attributed
to her activism and input.
Newly appointed Minister for Women and Gender Equality Gladys Requena
said: “A fighter, heroine, feminist, brave, compatriot, and a champion
of women’s organisation …
“I am pained not to be able to have her here for this stage in
women’s organisation, given that she was the architect of this great
The feminist revolutionary was awarded a posthumous “Order of the
Liberator” title by Vice-President Jorge Arreaza on May 17. The order is
the highest honour conferred on an individual for service to the
I am all about Furiosa’s exhausted sort of emotional susceptibility in that damn scene when she pulls Max aside to tell him they should leave the rig behind and the subtly palpable disappointment that he isn’t leaving with the rest, like god, she just sounds so tired and wary when she first asks if she can talk to him for a bit and I think she already knows he’s gonna turn down the offer to stay with the group but she’s had such a shitty day and she knows it’s not gonna make her feel better when he does and when he DOES I swear her demeanor immediately pulls back into this impersonal bitterness? My badass bb with this blanket hugged around her body all “UGHH, I told these women I would get them to safety and then we lost one and now my homeland is apparently no more and we are probably going to die in the fucking desert and now my new dick friend isn’t even gonna be my new dick friend which is not a surprise considering he won’t even tell me his dick name, and I don’t know what Ben & Jerry’s is but I really really need some right now.”
nowafala6y7 ok but it wwould also be super nice to kno that if my family overseas wanted to escape their homeland due to wars and conflict to find a better life, more opportunity for themselves and not be killed they wouldn’t be stranded in the middle of the ocean and denied access into this country or dumped at island with no food or shelter which will probably 20 times out of 10 end up in them dying anyway purely bc the colour of their skin and religious beliefs But u kno
“The Lovesick Monster” Superman Sunday Newspaper Strip - March 9 to April 271947
There’s definitely at least one “first” happening in this story, although it’s difficult to pinpoint exactly what it might be.
An invisible monster rampages through the rural communities outside of Metropolis, until Superman arrives to deal with the so-called “NoSuch Animal”. A dip in the ocean somehow disposes of the creature’s camouflage, revealing it to be a “Paleomatzoball,” a tremendous prehistoric creature which has somehow found itself transported to the modern day. More than that – it’s fallen in love with Superman! The Man of Steel manages to fling it back through time to its antediluvian homelands before too much damage is done, including to his secret identity.
As for the potential “firsts” – well, this isn’t the first time Superman has battled a living fossil, but it’s certainly the first time he’s encountered an amorous one, and the first time he’s solved the problem by launching the creature back through the time barrier (though it won’t be the last, on either count).
Once upon a time there was a man. Just a man. He was certainly no prince. He left his homeland to seek his fortune across the stormy green seas. In actuality, it was not the choice of this man to leave his country; one might say he was pushed to the shore by his own shortcomings and had no choice but to sail off in search of new worlds.
Unfortunately, his shortcomings proved themselves long and followed him to the new land. This new land was not so new after all. He fell once again into old habits and found himself in need of help in a place where he could call no one friend.
A strong and kind woman was set onto his path. The woman was regal in many ways but her heart was humble and full of concern for her fellow man. When she came across him, he had re-learned to stand on his own two feet, and believed he needed help from no man or woman. She knew better and stood at his side and waited. Soon enough the man realized standing was not enough, and turned to the woman. She showed him how to move forward, taught him that support made him stronger and under her watchful care, he grew ….grudgingly and in fits, but he grew.
Eventually, as it must to all, the moment came for her to go. He was strong and she could be of service elsewhere. The man did not want her to go. He knew he was better with her than alone. The woman did not want to go. She knew that there was much he could teach her and for once, it was her turn to grow and to accept help.
And so, they remained together, choosing a path through the forest that they could walk side-by-side. It would not be easy. The woods were fraught with dangers, monsters man-made and self-made waited in the deep darkness. Mistakes would be made, battles won and lost, but in their hearts they understood that as long as they walked the road together, everything would work out for the best … maybe not happily ever after, but for the best.
*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^* This is just the bare bones of a story. It needs to be clothed and embroidered with mythical bees, disguised beasties, traveling princesses, knights in blue and of course, an evil enchantress who must be stopped and locked away in a dungeon deep.
What if the acorn Bilbo planted in Dale finally grew into the mighty oak? And sixty years after Thorin’s quest it’s called The Oak of Love.
Why is it called like this?
Bard the Bowman, the king of Dale, is the one to blame. He was always a sensitive man and he could recognize the true love right when he saw lover’s eyes. He saw Bilbo’s pain, when the hobbit planted his tree. He saw how little halfling was overwhelmed by a huge tragedy.
And the moment he saw the pain in Bilbo’s eyes, he knew.
Bilbo went back to his homeland, the Shire, leaving everything behind and Bard stayed, thinking about the great battle of Dale from time to time - about the good things and the bad things, about those who had survived and those that had not. And one day, years later, Bard took his children to the small oak, that grew from the acorn. And he said: “This is where the true love lies buried”.
And his children remembered these words.
Year after year, the oak grew bigger and stronger than any oak in Middle Earth. “The true love made it this strong”, said Bard one day. “Because there is no such thing that can make things stronger than the true love”.
Bard died eventually, for no man can last forever. Bilbo sailed to the West with Frodo and Gandalf, and there he lived happily ever after, till the end of his days. For everything must pass. Nothing lasts forever.
Its been said already, but I’ll say it again: Polina Gagarina DID NOT deserve the idiotic booing from the crowd. She sung very well, she seems like a lovely person and she deserved to be there. I’m estatic that she didn’t win, but thats not a reflection on her. I (like most of the audience) just didn’t want Russia to have the comp next year.
Polina deserved a win but unfortunately Russia as a whole does not.
Yet she is not her country’s government. She is not an agent of Darth Putin. She is but a singer, who has no control over any of the homophobic bullshit rolled out in her homeland. And she was in a very hard position as well, because she obviously doesn’t align with those ideas but she can’t say that on international TV, lest she go home and get in trouble. The fact people were booing her was childish and pathetic, and its a shame that Queen Conchita had to be the one to tell everyone to stop being stupid and applaud the poor girl.
If anyone deserved to be booed it was that unfunny and obnoxious Russian rep who tried to be a comedian with the votes from “Mother Russia” -_-
fight and die and live in mud, Americans go to Wal-Mart and the movies.
I am not the only soldier who came home from combat and experienced the
dissonance between war and a homeland at peace. War and peace are a
plane ride apart.
dimly sense this, so they say “thank you for your service,” when they
really do not need to thank us. Saying this gets them off the hook. They
performed their patriotic duty for the day in thanking us, so they can
move on to more important shit, like, you know, surfing the mall.
Americans all of the time that there is no need to thank me for my
service. It was my honor, and my only regret is that I could not do it
longer and harder. That is not just rhetoric. It is true. That is my
I do not
agonize over whether my wars were legitimate or not. In retrospect, I
realize that they were weakly legitimate at best. I do not care, and I
did not care at the time. I was a professional soldier. All that I cared
about was my own honor and the warriors at my side. All that I asked
God for was to be worthy of them and to not let them down. To my
everlasting gratitude, He granted me that much. Nothing else matters.
Not to me.
Not even the
cost that my own service inflicted on me matters that much. My mind and
my body are wrecked, no doubt. Those are the stakes. Big boy rules. If
you cannot run with the big dogs, you best not try to piss in the tall
An apocalyptic story set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life. Within this world exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order. There’s Max, a man of action and a man of few words, who seeks peace of mind following the loss of his wife and child in the aftermath of the chaos. And Furiosa, a woman of action and a woman who believes her path to survival may be achieved if she can make it across the desert back to her childhood homeland.
Release Date : 2015-05-14 Casts : Riley Keough, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Zoë Kravitz, Charlize Theron, Nathan Jones, Tom Hardy, Abbey Lee, Richard Norton, Nicholas Hoult, Adelaide Clemens
Why you should watch MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (2015)
Rotten Tomatoes: 99% IMDb: 9.3/10 Letterboxd: 9-10 average rating
The shock, really, is how tender Mad Max: Fury Road ultimately becomes. The film just wraps that tenderness in one of the most epic action extravaganzas of recent years. It’s enough to renew your faith in movies. - Ty Burr (Boston Globe) Top Reviewer on Rotten Tomatoes
Apparentely, the movie is drawing the ire of ‘Men’s rights activists’
“On the popular MRA site Return of Kings, vlogger Aaron Clarey opined that he’d been “tricked” into anticipating “what is guaranteed to be nothing more than feminist propaganda” that has “ruined and rewritten” the Mad Max franchise.“ (x)
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