Meet Glenn and Buzz, two dogs with a very special relationship. The pair were recently found abandoned in a sea tunnel in Hartlepool, County Durham, and were rescued by Stray Aid, a rehoming centre for dogs in Coxhoe. The dogs are believed to be roughly 10 years old and it is thought they were abandoned because of their age and Glenn’s vision problems. Buzz, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, is Glenn’s very own ‘guide dog’. He has been seen leading Glenn while on walks, helping him find his food and assisting him getting into bed. 

Picture:​uk (via Animal pictures of the week: 26 June 2015 - Telegraph)


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Unfriended Movie Storyline
While video chatting one night, six high school friends receive a Skype message from a classmate who killed herself exactly one year ago. A first they think it’s a prank, but when the girl starts revealing

Heather Sossaman Talks Unfriended

In the latest Blumhouse Productions film, Unfriended, Heather Sossaman plays Laura Barns, a popular high school girl who commits suicide after an embarrassing video of her at a party gets around. A year later, a group of friends gather together online for a conversation on Skype, but they soon find that they have an uninvited guest who has access to Laura’s Facebook account. From there everything goes haywire, as the teens try to discover who, or what, is terrorizing them.

At the recent LA press day for the film, I had the chance to sit down with Heather and discuss her role here. We spoke about how involved she was in the production, how Laura’s death was filmed in several different ways, and making the transition from being a child actor to an adult one.

Check it out below, and enjoy!

How involved were you in the making of the movie? We only see you in a few scenes, but I imagine your involvement in it was a lot more intense.

Heather Sossaman: Yeah, it was. It’s kind of funny even seeing it. The character really evolved, which I’m not sure a lot of people know. When I was first brought on, this Laura was a much smaller role and there was no talk of whether or not she was trying to be or not be the ghost or the villain. She’s just kind of a bitch who did something dumb at a party.

Over the last year and a half since we shot the film, it’s really evolved. I committed suicide in seven different ways and ultimately we went with a gunshot. I’ve done reshoot after reshoot after reshoot while coming up with a different way or a better way. The reason why it’s gone so far is because they (the filmmakers) are such perfectionists, they really wanted everything to be so incredibly real. I think that that all played really well. Even though you don’t see me as much as the other characters in the film, you definitely feel a presence there.

Your character’s death at the movie’s beginning is very unnerving because it looks and feels so real, but you still shot seven other deaths anyway?

Heather Sossaman: We tried everything. Anyway that could possibly happen to somebody, they experimented with. We wanted to go with the most real way and what made the most sense for this particular character. That was kind of a running joke every time we went to do reshoots; how am I going to die today? There was always something very different. The original version was Laura hanging herself, which was not my favorite thing to film. It was actually really painful and scary. The gunshot was probably the easiest one and I think it’s the one that also played the best and was the most disturbing and shocking.

Tell us more about the hanging scene.

Heather Sossaman: It was very scary. Obviously there was like a stunt coordinator and somebody on set for safety and all that stuff, but it’s really unnerving to dive into a character who is going through something that mentally heavy. It’s not just a horror movie. There was some really heavy subject matter, so to play a character in that dark of a state of mind was very different and kind of difficult to have to go through it so many different times for so many different reshoots. But I’m really happy with the way it turned out. The way it turned out was awesome.

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Warm down sketches that were semi-inspired by Monster Hunter 4U since I’ve been playing that game a lot recently….I’m obsessed….I apologize again for the lack of activity. I’ve been out and about a lot and I’m in a bit of an art rut :P

Yes, the official title of the sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Kevin Feige recently let the title slip while doing Ant-Man press, which I’m really happy about because God knows I’ve let more than one thing slip accidentally while chattering away on this FB page. - James Gunn (via Twitter)

Hey guys

I have a friend named Will who has deppression and anxiety and Ive been helping him by getting him to eat and helping with panic attacks and other things but I am not a professional. Will has been my friend for a few years and has a great sense of humor and is an amazing friend but we dont go to the same school anymore. We were in chorus together and had inside jokes and he is just generally a great person. Will has been not okay at all recently and I need your help

Please reblog or like this if you think Will deserves a to live a happy life and if you would be sad to find out that he died. Thank you


Hi everyone!

Just letting you all know that I now have a red bubble online store. The store features my original digital designs on t-shirts, stickers, notebooks, bags, cases and more. 

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I started the store recently and I am in the process of adding even more designs, including more colour options and graphics.

I’d really appreciate if you could check out my store/reblog this post so that more people can see it. 

Thank you!

anonymous asked:

I just recently got a pen pal and I saw your post with the cute things you send your pen pal(s). Any suggestions? I'm open to anything and I want to be very creative!!!!

Yay for getting a pen pal!! It is an amazing thing to have pen pals 😍 anything u can think of giving to them actually, like make ur letter look creative put doodles and colors, u can give stickers as well or bracelets or pins, u can give ur penny, u can send them ur fave playlists or songs written in a colored paper, bookmarks, polaroid pictures, something that ur country or place has that u believe they dont, teas or ur local candies, if u want u can give them markers or pens as well, also i tend to give more of like interactive stuff like a “please return” tag with questions they need to answer then they’ll return it to me and stuff + cut/color ur own stickers as well 😊 u can include anything as long as u want to give it by heart and not like half hearted and stuff 💌

anonymous asked:

What is the fantastic foursome about?

The FF is Dan, Phil, (Chris) crabstickz, and (PJ) KickthePJ. They all eventually ended up meeting through each other and became what appeared to be pretty close friends. They filmed a few videos together, this being one of them [x]

However, the FF seemed to have had a fallout, as not only did they stop filming together, but Chris even said on twitter he hadn’t spoken to Dan and Phil in several years. We don’t know why, and there isn’t too much to go off of.

Recently though, Phil tweeted that he saw Chris randomly in London. There appeared to be no tension, so people are saying that perhaps the FF will return! Of course, we don’t know how Chris and Dan are at the moment, so it’s still uncertain. 

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Cruising past: Moscow's forgotten gay history
In the Bolsheviks’ original conception of communism, sexuality wasn’t there to be policed by the state; it was there to revolutionize the citizen, with love seen as a public good.

In honor of Pride Week, which just passed here in New York, I thought I’d repost this excellent article by Agata Pyzik. Agata is a journalist who writes for the Guardian and author of the recently released Poor but Sexy: Culture Clashes between East and West, which I cannot recommend highly enough. (My review of it should be published shortly; until then, check out Sebastian Truskolaski’s piece over at Review 31, which gives a great overview of the work). Though Pyzik’s article here takes the form of a review of Yevgeniy Fiks’ photo collection Moscow, it clearly is part of a broader reflection on sexual politics and the Left.

Lately, you see, I’ve been somewhat dismayed by the number of LGBT activists online who’ve expressed admiration for communist leaders like Stalin and Mao. Meanwhile, they explicitly rejecting “revisionist” or anti-Stalinist currents such as Trotskyism, revolutionary strains of anarchism, and left communism. Despite being solidly part of the leftist tradition, perhaps even its most historically significant iteration, Stalin and Mao were both cultural conservatives who passed legislation banning abortion and criminalizing homosexual intercourse. Stalin appended the law to the 1934 Soviet Criminal Code under Article 121, which stated that

…sexual relations between men are punishable by prison terms of up to five years hard labor…

Officially, homosexuality was associated with “bourgeois decadence” and immorality, and pathologized as a mental disease harmful to social morality. How any of this squares with their LGBT activism is beyond me. The RCP-USA, I know, held a similar stance until just the last decade, when it apparently underwent an “internal cultural revolution” (whatever that means). For the most part, though, I don’t even see this issue being addressed.

By contrast, the entry on homosexuality in the Great Soviet Encyclopedia just three years earlier was extremely liberal in its tolerance given the standards of the time. While its author, M. Sereinski, did consider it an “unnatural” form of attraction, he was largely sympathetic to the plight of gay men and women who were persecuted in other countries for supposed immorality. Sereinski appealed to the authority of the prominent sexologist Magnus Hirschfeld and the father of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud, two early advocates for decriminalization. He asserted that many of history’s greatest geniuses — he names Socrates, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci — exhibited homosexual tendencies, and further lamented the fact that many attempted suicide due to the social stigma attached to it. “Soviet law does not recognize so-called crimes against morality,” he explained. “Our legislation, based on the principle of social defense, punishes only those cases in which the object of the homosexual’s sexual interest is under age.”  

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