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“What Oscar Isaac and Christian Bale Like So Much About Each Other”

Oh dear, these two on a podcast together?🙈

On their bromance: Oscar says, “It was nice to be able to develop a deep and intimate friendship together…wouldn’t you say?“ And Christian Bales deadpans, "No.”

Then later, Christian says, “As much of a dick as Oscar is, he’s an absolute consummate actor and one of the finest of our generation..” 😂😂😂

The last Guardian of the Whills died on Scarif. There used to be thousands of them on Jedha, guarding the kyber temples, guiding the pilgrims, teaching the young, and searching for their own paths to enlightenment. Then the Empire came. They razed the temples, stole the kyber and blew up the fucking world. One more Force tradition crushed under the Imperial boot. The last Guardian died on Scarif. Try not to think of the entire culture that died with him.

I remember watching a snippet of this video where this black guy is yelling at this white woman to the point where she was crying, and I was like oh shit, she probably said some racist ass stuff to be getting yelled like this! Why is he going off like that? Then I watched the whole thing, and the dude was just an anti-Semitic prick. This is why we look at things in its entirety.

there’s a really important difference between “I love this villainous evil character because they make the story way more interesting but I recognise that they’re a terrible person who deserves to be dropkicked into the sun” and “I love this villainous evil character and I will defend them with my life they are a precious sinnamon roll here’s 10,000 words of meta about why their behaviour is justified here’s 8000 angsty headcanons about how they’re secretly insecure and probably abused here’s my dubious justification for why they deserve a completely unearned redemption arc even though they’ve shown zero remorse or desire to change at all yes I know they gleefully murdered a bunch of people but if you look really closely at this screenshot you’ll see their dad didn’t give them enough attention as a child so actually they’re the real victim here” 

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Happy 10 Year Anniversary to “The Shooting AKA Dear Sister”

^FIGHTING SANS BE LIKE:^

Ok so I made this ages ago and I never posted it because it was bad but I’m posting it now because it bothers me to see this crappy video in my computer without getting posted. Also I dared to post crappy Weeabootale “animations” so it can’t be worse lol (r-right????)

also the animations aren’t fast enough since my phone app couldn’t make it faster so here are better gifs:

voilà voilà.

oh yeah, here’s the original video btw.

No I didn’t die 23456765433456654 times against him why do you lie.

well it doesn’t matter since now I became a real pro against him hon hon hon

Edit: wow 100+ notes?? Thank you so much!! Even if it’s an old thing, I’m glad you like it!! (Because it was still long to make…xD)

This year Yom HaShoah falls out on Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day. Let us not forget them either, and let us also think about the LGBT community of Chechnya.

I’d also like to remind everyone that while yes, the Nazis did target a lot of groups, Jews and Rromani were their primary targets and the only ones who they seeked to completely wipe out, whose cultures were irreparably shattered.

Here’s to the memory of the victims of HaShoah and the Nazi regime.

April 24th is Armenian Genocide memorial day. Please spare a moment in your thoughts for the 1.5 million brutally murdered by Turkey because of their religion and ethnicity lasting from 1915-1917. Many nations refuse to recognize this genocide because they Turkish economic and political backlash. It is disgusting how our political class sacrifice our ideals of freedom and justice for a bit of material gain.

For as long as I can remember myself, it has rained in Armenia for April 24th. This year isn’t an exception. 

Rest in Peace 1.5 million innocent men, women, kids, elders, mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, sisters, brothers, friends, lovers. You did not deserve to die in anguish, and for your sacrifice you will be forever remembered. 

It’s the 102th anniversary of the Armenian genocide.