but its a follow monday

1/30/2017

Today Im starting a more official blog, especially with my exploits in Boston and along its coast. My uploading schedule will be as follows: Mondays I will post pictures from the nearby museums and all of their wonders. Tuesdays will consist of a post about outfits and what I love most about the Mori subculture! Wednesdays I will be uploading pictures of my times in Scotland and my current attempts to return there.Thursdays I will be taking a break as those are my fullest days of classes. Fridays will be fun projects I am working on, such as knitting or embroidery. Saturdays will be another break because that will be my primary work day. And then on Sunday’s I will talk about my adventures in the inner Boston Harbor! cant wait to share my experiences with everyone, and hopefully you all will be willing to listen! Tomorrows blog will be up by 7 O’clock hope to see you all then!

AKA fantastic yoi blogs & people i’m always excited to see on my dash:
(mutuals bolded)

A → L
@blau678​ / @bisexualviktor / @bottom-viktor / @borntomake / @fencer-x / @fyeahyurionice / @fyyoi / @honeyuuri / @itsjjpositivity​ / @katsukiyuurikatsudon / @keilattes / @lookiamnotcreative 

N → T
@nikiforo-v@nikiforoving / @nikiforovshitposts / @nikiforovprince / @peachyviktor@plsetski / @randomsplashes / @seek-victory / @sk8r-boi-yuri@softnikiforov / @takemetovikturi 

V → Z
@v-niliforov​ / @victory-is-to-victuuri / @victoryuuris / @victuuriporkbowl / @viktor-chan / @viktorikiforov@vikturi-trash / @viktuuri–on–ice / @viktyuuris / @yuurikatsukii / @zaanarkand 

Blue Lives Matter calls for a boycott of Ben & Jerry’s

Don’t eat delicious ice cream was the message police blog Blue Lives Matter had for its followers Monday.  In a post, the blog author addressed the ice cream brand’s support for Black Lives Matter and accused it of peddling “a misinformation campaign” that might prove “dangerous” to officers. Conveniently, the blog leaves out a few key facts about law enforcement in the U.S.

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'Lucifer' Gets Back-Nine Order for Full Season 2 at Fox

Fox is going the distance with the devil.

The network has handed out a back-nine order to sophomore drama Lucifer, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The order brings its season two tally to a full 22 episodes.

From prolific producer Jerry Bruckheimer, Lucifer is based on characters created by Neil Gaiman and hails from his DC Entertainment-based Vertigo comic series. The Tom Ellis and Lauren German starrer is produced by Tom Kapinos, Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman, Ildy Modrovich, Joe Henderson and Len Wiseman and in its second season on Mondays following Gotham has proven to be a reliable performer (and creating a DC Comics-themed Monday block). Factoring in multiple platform and DVR plays, season two is averaging 8 million total viewers — up 105 percent compared with its same-day haul.

“Lucifer continues to deliver, with great blasts of dark humor and ambitious storytelling. The show has turned out to be a true wicked pleasure, the perfect companion to Gotham, and we couldn’t be more pleased to order these nine additional episodes,” Fox Broadcasting president David Madden said. “We’d like to thank Tom, Lauren and the entire cast, who have imbued these characters with charm, humor and a great deal of humanity. Our thanks also go out to the production crew — Jerry, Len, Jonathan, Joe and Ildy — who, week-in and week-out, deliver a stellar show. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for the rest of the season.”

To all you people who tagged this saying Chat would fall over: yes.

((Marinette is plagued with an odd sense of déjà vu as he holds her in one of the most gentle and vulnerable gazes she’s ever seen out of anyone.))

[atybmh] (please check it out, it’s one of my most favorite fic ever!)

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Muslims around the world mark Ramadan

Millions of Muslims around the world marked the start of the holy month of Ramadan on Monday, a time marked by intense prayer, dawn-to-dusk fasting and nightly feasts.

Saudi Arabia’s state TV announced the new moon of Ramadan was spotted Sunday evening. Local media in Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim country, also said Muslims there would begin fasting Monday, as will Muslims in Singapore, Yemen, Lebanon, Syria, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan and the Palestinian territories, among others.

Following these announcements, a mosque in Tampa, Florida announced to its followers that they too would celebrate the first day’s fasting Monday.

Muslims follow a lunar calendar and a moon-sighting methodology that can lead to different countries declaring the start of Ramadan a day or two apart. By Sunday evening, Pakistan and Iran had yet to officially announce Monday as the first day of Ramadan. Traditionally, countries announce if their moon-sighting council spots the Ramadan crescent the evening before fasting begins. (AP)

(Photos: AP Photo/Shakil Adil, AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara, Sk Hasan Ali/Corbis via Getty Images, AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana)

See more images from Ramadan on Yahoo News!