ghostoflaviniaswire ghostoflaviniaswire said: Right???! Like, part of me is all ‘just roll with it’ so I don’t lose my mind reading fics (because it’s everywhere). But??? No??? Why the everliving fuck would a 18th century French prince be named Adam. Because he wouldn’t.

I refuse to roll with it lmao.
There are some good ones where the writers pick sensible names.

Louis,Alexandre,Charles, Eduoard,Christophe,Armand,Antoine…


K-pop’s biggest star, G-DRAGON is set to bring his ACT III M.O.T.T.E world tour to Australia this August.


5th August- Qudos Bank Arena (formerly known as Allphones Arena)-Sydney

8th August- Brisbane Entertainment Centre-Brisbane

12th August- Hisense Arena-Melbourne

16th August- Spark Arena-Auckland

More info to come soon!


💕😻 They love throwback pics, these days. I’m not complaining. 😻💕

🎧 Currently listening to Superstar| Under Feet Like Ours Happy Record Store Day!!!💿

Ave Maria/Salva Nos
They both have something related to salvation in Latin.
Watercolor of Allen Walker from D.Gray-Man for a friend’s birthday. The gold on artwork is done using some Artline Gold markers n lace border cupmats from Mr. DIY shop. Will probably upload wip to my Patreon once I have geared up enough courage to open one. 

The foods we choose to put on our plates — or toss away – could have more of an ecological impact than many of us realize.

On Earth Day, here are some ways to consider how our diet impacts the planet.

You’ve heard the numbers on food waste. More than 30 percent of available food is tossed each year in America. It’s enough to fill Chicago’s 1,450-foot-tall Willis Tower (formerly known as the Sears Tower) 44 times over.

The U.S. has set an official goal to reduce food waste by 50 percent by the year 2030. Universities have begun to chip away at the food waste issue by promoting ugly fruit and vegetables and shifting away from pre-cooked, buffet style food, instead serving more cook-to-order options that can cut down on waste. Food service companies are working with farmers and chefs to get more blemished but edible produce into cafeterias across the country. Even religious groups are getting into the act, raising attention to the problem of food waste among the faithful and connecting with restaurants, retailers and food banks to help redirect food to hungry mouths that might otherwise end up in landfills.

Chew On This For Earth Day: How Our Diets Impact The Planet

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got you feelin' like you're found (deep down) - notcaycepollard - Captain America (Movies) [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

It’s Bucky who brings it up, but it’s Steve who wants it: he can’t deny it.

hey so uh who’s up for some #wreck steve rogers 2k17 content

*raises hand*

look it’s the ot3 fucking steve until he cries, that’s fun, right, it’s sure relevant to my interests

So much of the media discussion of Trump’s Muslim ban, both in US and international media, centers around issues of terrorism: offering statistics about the infinitesimal number of refugees who are involved in terrorist activity, and decrying the ban as something that’s likely to increase the numbers of people joining ISIS and other terrorist organizations. And all of that is true, and it’s important to call out Trump’s false claims. But here’s the thing. I think most of the media is missing the actual point of the Muslim ban.

It’s not about terrorism. It never has been. By allowing the narrative to be framed that way, even in our critiques of Trump, we’re conceding a vital point. We’re buying in to the narrative that this is about terrorism, and that we’re simply debating the proper response to it. It paints a picture in which protestors and liberal media outlets are unhappy with Trump’s response to the issue.

But that’s not it at all.

The truth is we’ve seen this before. A ban on people entering the country, based on religion and / or ethnicity, is the first step. Next will come the Muslim registry. There will be a quiet purging of all Muslim employees from government jobs. Persons listed in the Muslim registry will be monitored by police “for the protection of the public.” Discrimination in hiring practices in private companies will become first legal, then actively encouraged. Muslims will be first encouraged, then coerced, and finally forced to move into segregated areas, or perhaps into protected camps or detainment facilities. People will start disappearing.

That’s what this is about. The ban is about taking that first step. Talking about terrorism only serves to lend legitimacy to Trump’s claims that this is the primary issue. But it’s not. The issue here is a white supremacist administration that actively wants to purge undesirables.
Migrants Choose Arrest In Canada Over Staying In The U.S.
A rural road in northern New York has become a magnet for migrants who no longer want to stay in the U.S. Growing numbers are stepping into Canada, knowing Mounties immediately will arrest them.

dated 17 February 2017