is this from 2009

Lily Donaldson with sculpture of Jeanne d’Arc in “Paris” for UK Vogue, August 2009. Photograph by Patrick Demarchelier.

“Silk-taffeta dress, from £1,635. Leather wrist gloves, from a selection. Both Jean Paul Gaultier. Suede ankle boots, £559, David Wyatt, at Matches.” Jeanne d'Arc is a gilded bronze equestrian sculpture of Joan of Arc by Emmanuel Frémiet.

anonymous asked:

oh my god... Slayers fanart? Did you just post... SLAYERS FANART?! asdfghjkljlk Meebs, stahp, my love for you was already so high, I want to love you even more, but that's not possible! I just love you, okay? Also, your art gave me nostalgia... Slayers stays forever in my heart. (And I totally agree with you on Zelgadis. Do you remember that one episode where they used him as an anchor? This was his role during the whole episode. Being an anchor. It was funny, but why kill a badass like that?)

YES I DID, AHAHAHA, also it may happen again in the future. I rewatched all seasons lately and my mind’s been pretttttty occupied >3> (still can’t get myself to watch the 2009 season tho, aside from episode 23 (or 10) cause omgiloveitok)

And of course, this damn anchor episode XD I didn’t mind that the creators made more gags with him (that was pretty funny), but there are episodes, that are just too cringy for me to watch, like, i can’t (like, the all-female city episode, or the tennis tournament one. Like seriously, Zel, pull yer shiz together plz)

Seriously, am i suppose to write a season for Slayers? Cause I can, yo >>

anonymous asked:

speaking about wolf alice they released a single called don't delete the kisses and im probably like being extra but it reminds me a little of 2009!phan.... like from dans pov IM EXTRA

SHUT THE FUCK UP

the funny thing about bendy and the ink machine is that if it weren’t made so well it would just seem like a really bad creepypasta from 2009

“and then bendy appeared and there was hyperrealistic blood coming from his eyes only it wasn’t blood it was ink and his limbs were long and scary like slenderman and it was really spooky you guys i swear”

anonymous asked:

Imagine Dio with the Stone Mask but instead of it's super cool design, it's just a troll face and makes him speak in LE TROLL VOICE U MAD JOJO? im very tired

hi, IT? yeah, I havent checked my inbox in months and I think a ghost from 2009 is hacking my account? Im kind of scared? its saying its tired, when can a priest come out to inspect it?

The framed copy of Time Magazine was hung up in at least four of President Trump’s golf clubs, from South Florida to Scotland. Filling the entire cover was a photo of Donald Trump.

“Donald Trump: The ‘Apprentice’ is a television smash!” the big headline said. Above the Time nameplate, there was another headline in all caps: “TRUMP IS HITTING ON ALL FRONTS . . . EVEN TV!”

This cover — dated March 1, 2009 — looks like an impressive memento from Trump’s pre-presidential career. To club members eating lunch, or golfers waiting for a pro-shop purchase, it seemed to be a signal that Trump had always been a man who mattered. Even when he was just a reality-TV star, Trump was the kind of star who got a cover story in Time.

But that wasn’t true.

The Time cover is a fake.

There was no March 1, 2009, issue of Time Magazine. And there was no issue at all in 2009 that had Trump on the cover.

Read more here: A Time Magazine with Trump on the cover hangs in his golf clubs. It’s fake

My dear lgbt+ kids, 

Happy Pride Month! <3 

Here are some cool facts about Pride Month!

- June was chosen as Pride Month to commemorate the stonewall riots (which happened in June 1969).

- The stonewall riots were demonstrations by lgbt+ people against a police raid at the Stonewall Inn. They led the way to the modern lgbt+ movement/fight for lgbt+ rights.  (Here’s the Wikipedia article

- Brenda Howard, a bisexual and polyamorous activist, is known as the “Mother of Pride” for her role in coordinating the first lgbt+ Pride March. 

- The first president who officially declared June Pride Month was Bill Clinton (Gay and Lesbian Pride Month, 2000). 

- Barack Obama declared June LGBT Pride Month each year from 2009 to 2016. 

- The world’s biggest Pride event (by attendance) was a parade in São Paulo (Brazil) in 2006.  3000000 people attended. 

- There were lgbt+ events before “Pride” was a thing (before the stonewall riots happened). Some examples are the “Annual reminders” in the 1950s where lgbt+ activists carried signs with pro-lgbt+ slogans and information. 

- One of the slogans was “Gay is good” by Frank Kameny, a gay activist who, among other things, worked to get the classification of homosexuality as a mental illness removed. He was also the first openly gay candidate for the United States congress. 

- The first rainbow flags (a widely known symbol for Pride) were hand-dyed and stitched. Gilbert Baker (gay activist who came up with the idea) assigned a meaning to each color:

With all my love, 

Your Tumblr Mom 

(PS: Just a note to avoid confusion: As “lgbt+” is a relatively new term, other terms may be been used when the events took place and the mentioned people may have not used the term to describe themselves. I use “lgbt+” in this post to make it easier to read/understand, not as a statement which term is the “right” one to use).

13-year-old Yuzuru totally caught me off guard

Feel like I’ve been looking too much into his old vids but seriously, these 2 videos are so cute I CAN NOT >____< (x) (x) I swear they are the cutest videos of junior Yuzu I’ve ever seennn!!!!

When baby Yuzu realized he just won Junior Nationals in his first junior year:

And then they ask him about his expectations for Senior Nationals, this small bean was just like…… words slipped out of his mouth haha XD and then he tried to be cute to make up for it!!! DAMN BABY YUZU!!!

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Mercer’s Magnificent Mane™ appreciation post

Requested by ~Anon~

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In 2010, Sonia Vallabh watched her mom, Kamni Vallabh, die in a really horrible way.

First, her mom’s memory started to go, then she lost the ability to reason. Sonia says it was like watching someone get unplugged from the world. By the end, it was as if she was stuck between being awake and asleep. She was confused and uncomfortable all the time.

“Even when awake, was she fully or was she really? And when asleep, was she really asleep?” says Sonia.

The smart, warm, artistic Kamni – just 51 years old — was disappearing into profound dementia.

“I think until you’ve seen it, it’s hard to actually imagine what it is for a person to be alive and their body is moving around, but their brain is not there anymore,” says Eric Minikel, Sonia’s husband.

In less than a year, Sonia’s mom died.

An autopsy showed Kamni had died from something rare — a prion disease. Specifically, one called fatal familial insomnia because in some patients it steals the ability to fall asleep.

Basically, certain molecules had started clumping together in Kamni’s brain, killing her brain cells. It was all because of one tiny error in her DNA — an “A” where there was supposed to be a “G,” a single typo in a manuscript of 6 billion letters.

Sonia sent a sample of her own blood to a lab, where a test confirmed she inherited the same mutation. The finding threw the family into grief all over again.

Today, Sonia and her husband live and work in Cambridge, Mass., where they are both doctoral students in the lab of Stuart Schreiber, a Harvard professor of chemistry and chemical biology. Over the past several years, the couple has completely redirected their careers and their lives toward this single goal: to prevent prion disease from ever making Sonia sick.

A Couple’s Quest To Stop A Rare Disease Before It Takes One Of Them

Photos: Kayana Szymczak for NPR