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blakerbellamy asked:

Hey this post /post/103210216232/heres-todays-daily-gif is mine blakerbellamy.)tumblr.)com/tagged/thesting. don't repost other peoples things. so delete it or give me the credit, thanks.

Hi! The Daily GIF you mention originates from http://kaz1205.tumblr.com/post/85592275189/paul-newman-animated-gif–you can find the original source from the post if you click back through the via link. Also that particular Daily GIF was posted on November 14, 2014, and the gif set you created (which looks great, btw!) is from four weeks ago. Thanks for the note though–we do try hard to source every single gif we post.

Since 2016 election posts are already circulating on my dash, I feel that I need to make a post here.

DO NOT USE TUMBLR AS YOUR SOURCE OF ELECTION INFORMATION!

People on tumblr have the bad habit of posting information that’s taken out of context completely, is heavily biased, or is just outright false. And this information is rarely sourced properly at that! And I have a feeling that election information is no different!

Whether you’re voting Democrat, Republican, or are undecided, make sure to double check what you see on tumblr, even if it’s trash-talk about the side/candidate you don’t like! If it’s just a screencap from somewhere like, I don’t know, Fox News, go check the website to make sure the article actually exists and read it before agreeing or trashing it! Screencaps can be easily edited after all! If there’s no sources, go to Google and find out for yourself. If there are sources, click on them and read through them carefully, and Googling wouldn’t hurt even then! Even without that, you should go research on your own and decide which candidate you feel is right. Don’t let tumblr tell you who to vote for, whether you’re on the liberal or conservative side!

TL;DR: Double check everything you see related to the 2016 election on tumblr, and don’t blindly believe anything!

WHERE IN THE WORLD IS IT?

We at The Earth Story have tried to post these puzzles in the past, but you guys are too good for us. (I, on the other hand, can never figure them out!)

So here’s a new place for you to find, and I’m giving only one clue:

It’s NOT in Greece.

Annie R.


(answer can be found by clicking through the source and heading through the comments)

anonymous asked:

Eeew if they don't belong to u.... Plus that's copyright....

Really? You have problem with copyright on my blog where I repeat all the time like an idiot that most of the photos don’t belong to me and where I put source (and click through link) on every single post? I actually asked some people if I can use their photos here (not everyone because if I wanted to do that I’d be sitting day and night on my laptop writing messages) so don’t attack me if you don’t know everything that’s behind this blog.

And of course as I’ve said a billion times, if you find photo that belong to you here and you want me to remove I’ll do it. 

Ahhhhhh I had totally forgotten about this book which my dad picked up at some secondhand sale and gave to me when I was about nine or ten and obsessed with the Jim Scancarelli Gasoline Alley still running in the Arizona Republic. It’s a baldly unoriginal mystery story with the Gasoline Alley characters inserted, the kind of cheapo licensed crap that got churned out by the bucketload in the 1940s (the endpapers advertise similar books starring Roy Rogers, etc.), but I spent months soaking in the unfamiliar slang and the Frank King (or Frank King’s assistant) drawings of the twenty-something Skeezix, his girlfriend Nina, and the crew. I think I still have it, long since detached from its covers, somewhere in storage. But if you click through to the source site, you’ll see all you need of it.

Mind-Blowing Art Inspired by 'Mad Max: Fury Road' (Exclusive)

Tom Hardy’s titular hero stares down a fleet of maurauders in the cover image for ‘Mad Max: Fury Road — Artists Inspired,’ a new collection of artwork that was curated by director George Miller. Click through to see some more exclusive images.

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“She has such a strong look and intense makeup that really resonated with me. I knew I had to paint her the instant I saw her,” writes artist Tara McPherson, who operates New York’s Cotton Candy Machine boutique, of the character Furiosa, played in the film by Charlize Theron.

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“As a kid growing up during the Cold War, 'Mad Max’ was the scariest movie of my youth — precisely because the bleak, dystopian future it painted felt the most horrifyingly plausible,” writes Jim Lee, noted comic artist and co-publisher of DC Entertainment. “The stories still make me worried for our collective future, but you can’t turn away.”

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“The dystopian future that’s been defined by the 'Mad Max’ films is ripe with visual dynamics and begs many questions about where our present world is going,” writes Gilbert “Beto” Hernández, co-creator of the indie comic 'Love and Rockets.’ “If we’re lucky, it’ll remain as something cool or frightening in movies and comics and TV shows. If it comes true….”

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“My folks took me and Jeff Clark to see 'Mad Max’ at the midnight movies at the Southwyck Cinema in Toledo, Ohio, in 1982. Jeff and I were both 12. It felt dangerous and exciting,” writes Paul Pope, an award-winning illustrator whose credits include Batman and Spider-Man. “It wasn’t until almost 20 years later that I learned what the whole point of a dry nitrous fuel injector is, and another 10 after that until I learned that thing on the hood of Max’s car is a super-charger.”

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“For this new film, I was fascinated with the religious connotations. The iconography and tribalism based on a belief system with a central metaphor of the machine…. With water playing a part in the story, I painted this piece with washes of water.” —David Mack, a writer-artist whose work includes Kabuki Graphic Novels, 'Fight Club,’ and 'Daredevil: End of Days.’

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“'Mad Max’ was spoken of in hushed, secretive tones in my primary school yard. Did I know? Had I seen? Don’t let the grownups find out! I did know. That it was Australian, like me, made it all the more real and possible. I needed a steel boomerang!” —Nicola Scott, whose credits include 'Superman,’ 'Birds of Prey,’ and 'Star Wars.’

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“A grocery store in a dirty, desert town. California’s a–hole. Back when they still rented VHS’s near the checkout. Black leather jacket, sawed-off shotgun, helmet, kneepads… the cover to 'Mad Max.’ It was the promise of the coolest movie I could ever see but wasn’t old enough to rent,” writes Lee Bermejo, who has illustrated 'Joker,’ 'Luthor,’ and 'Batman’ books. “I waited YEARS for it. It didn’t disappoint.”

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This skull-bedecked steering wheel, complete with appropriately inspirational message, serves as the back cover to 'Mad Max: Fury Road — Inspired Artists.’

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Director George Miller’s dystopian vision of the future in 'Mad Max: Fury Road’ is terrifying. Who knew it was also inspiring? In his intro to the new book 'Mad Max: Fury Road — Artists Inspired,’ the filmmaker recounts how he recruited artists to help him storyboard the upcoming sequel, something that turned into “one big comicfest.” Eventually that idea morphed into this Miller-curated book, featuring “a brigade of wonderful artists from all around the planet 'freestyling’ their responses to the movie.” Here is an exclusive sneak peek at some of that stunning artwork.
Stylish Actors Who Should Be the Next Christian Grey

Rumor has it that Jamie Dornan is out as Christian Grey. Which actor will we see Mr. Grey as now? Click through for our suggestions.

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Lady Gaga’s fiancé is sexy, a pre-requisite for even getting an audition, but watch the musician’s music video for “You and I,” in which Kinney basically tortures her, and you’ll see he was born for the role.

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Ed Westwick basically already held this role on Gossip Girl for years as Chuck Bass (role playing and dark emotional issues included) so it’s a given he’d be good. He’s also a dark horse that needs a new job to bring him back and would be so appreciative. Especially if it meant he would get an invite back to the next Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

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The Maroon 5 singer tried out acting in Begin Again and nailed it. His transformation from doting boyfriend to bad boy made him a character that audiences had a love/hate relationship with, the same kind that Christian Grey has with fans.

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Sam Taylor-Johnson, the movie’s director, might be out for the sequels as well, but if she does stick around she should consider looking close to home for her next leading man. Her husband , Aaron Taylor-Johnson, is hot (and she knows how to give him direction).

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Channing Tatum proved he has sex appeal and all the right moves with Magic Mike. While he already has that franchise under his belt, his stripper moves could seamlessly shit to BDSM.

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Everyone’s favorite Texan Taylor Kitsch might be a bit too country rugged for the buttoned-up role, but he cut his hair and gelled it back in the Normal Heart and still looked like the Tim Riggins we know and love — just in a suit.

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Another Magic Mike alum, Alex Pettyfer’s abs are all he needs to flash in order to get the part. He looks pretty nice in a suit, too.

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Luke Grimes plays Elliot Grey, Christian’s brother in 50 Shades. He didn’t get the amount of screen time his hotness deserves so it would only be right if he stepped into the position.

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Unbroken wasn’t critically acclaimed, but that doesn’t mean Jack O’Connell didn’t shine. He deserves another leading man role and Christian Grey is a big role that would push him into the superstardom stratosphere that he deserves to be in.

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He’s already been a Nymphomaniac so why not try his hand (or some other body part) at being a dominant in the bedroom? LaBeouf’s recent psychological issues would play well with Grey’s 50 Shades of f***ed up attitude.

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The Sons of Anarchy star was almost the 50 Shades leading man but scheduling conflicts (and other lame excuses) kept him from taking the part. But while some were disappointed with the casting, others were anticipating seeing the hunky and rough around the edges actor bring the character to the silver screen.

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Matthew Hitt has been Johnson’s on-and-off boyfriend for a while. Part of the rumored problem with Dornan is his lack of chemistry with the actress. With Hitt, the connection would be undeniable.

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The male model, who became the crush of every teenage girl recently when he appeared in Taylor Swift’s  “Blank Space” video, would bring in a big audience of her fans — a few million of them.

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Before casting for the first 50 Shades movie started, fans shipped Matt Bomer as their Christian Grey. When word got out that he was out the running because of his sexual orientation, hearts were broken. Who cares who Bomer loves? He’s hot and an amazing actor. With Dornan out, Bomer can step right into the position. E.L. James reportedly takes her fans’ feelings very seriously so this option is a definite possibility.

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Anyone that’s seen Shame knows that Fassbender can expertly play out a sex scene. The sequel has even more playroom action so having someone comfortable with floggers is a must.

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50 Shades of Grey ends on a cliffhanger. Will Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey continue their contentious relationship? Only a sequel will tell (or the books). But rumor has it that Jamie Dornan, who plays the male lead, won’t be back for Fifty Shades Darker. While the studio maintains that “all press reports are pure conjecture,” Yahoo Style imagines our dream replacements for the role. Could it be Matt Bomer or Charlie Hunnnam, both who were originally considered for the part? Or maybe a whole new name will step up to the plate, such as Sean O’Pry or Ed Westwick. But no matter who ends up portraying the 50 shades of f—ed up character, being able to wear a suit well (and take one off, too) is required.
Hello, sun in my face...



“Hello, sun in my face. Hello, you who made the morning and spread it over the fields and into the faces of the tulips and the nodding morning glories, and into the windows of, even, the miserable and the crotchety – best preacher that ever was, dear star, that just happens to be where you are in the universe to keep us from ever-darkness, to ease us with warm touching, to hold us in the great hands of light – good morning, good morning, good morning. Watch, now, how I start the day in happiness, in kindness”  – Mary Oliver



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Lily James Cinderella Moment Premiere

If Lily James plans on attending more premieres looking like a princess, then Yahoo Style has some dresses she should try. Click through for our choices.

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Tulle and sequins are required for the full princess effect but add some bright colors and floral appliqué like on this Chanel Haute Couture look and the look is even more fit for a 25-year-old actress than a conservative aristocrat.

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For a princess on a vacation attending a fancy beach party, this dress is fitting (minus the boots). But put it on Lily James at any “Cinderella” appearance and it would perfectly capture the regal feel she’s going for.

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Sheer fabric featuring swiss dots and sequins come together for a sweet yet sexy gown.

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For a New York or London premiere where the temperatures require an extra layer, this Jenny Packham head-to-toe look covers up and simultaneously conveys a regal feel.

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Layers and layers of tulle are what a princess dress are made of. And this one, from Marchesa’s Spring 2015 collection, even comes with a (floral) crown!

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The color purple has been connected with royalty for centuries so it would only make sense that James would wear one — Monique Lhullier is the reigning master of modern princess looks.

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More fit for Jasmine than Cinderella, this navy blue strapless gown with gold sequin detailing is still fit for a royal — even if its inspiration is Arabian Nights.

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A more casual yet modern take on the princess look, an embellished sweater and full feather skirt with metallic hardware belt is perfect for a 21st century royal — and a red carpet princess, too.
 

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When Naomi Campbell stepped out onto the runway in this Zac Posen finale look, the crowd jumped to their feet and jaws dropped. The ruby red sparkly gown would most likely have the same attention-grabbing reaction on James.

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Zuhair Murad dresses Jennifer Lopez, Chrissy Teigen and other sex sirens but the designer can also make a voluminous princess gown like the best of them. This nude and baby blue painted floral print is prim, proper, and pretty.

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Lily James is taking method acting really seriously. The actress, who stars in Cinderella, seemingly hasn’t dropped character since filming wrapped as she showed up to the Los Angeles premiere of the movie looking just like a princess. Wearing an Elie Saab Haute Couture gown from the designer’s Fall 2014 collection, the 25-year-old had a full-on princess moment on the red carpet in a long-sleeved floor-length gown with light blue embroidery and beading.

But while James looks beautiful, perpetuating the Cinderella archetype might not be a coincidence. Anne Hathaway had to keep her hair shorn short and frame stick thin even after Les Miserables had wrapped to look the part in the promotional tour. Dakota Johnson, who dyed her blonde hair brown and cut bangs to play Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades of Grey, has yet to revert to the lighter shade as she’s still in the process of playing the character (see: Saturday Night Live just this past weekend). James’ personal style is more mini dresses and jeans with undone hair as opposed to floofy gowns and slicked back updos.

But regardless of the fact if James is dressing as Cinderella on purpose or not, she has even more stops on her promotion tour meaning more opportunities to dress like a princess. And the actress will need additional royal-worthy dresses so Yahoo Style has picked out runway looks she should consider wearing to continue her reign.

More from Yahoo Style:
Kate Middleton Wouldn’t Wear Anything From Jenny Packham—But Everyone Else Will
Want to Dress Like a Princess? Now You Really Can!

anonymous asked:

The post you reblogged from ghostpunx lacks the source. You might want to reblog it again but from the op.

i clicked through, it has a source for me… maybe something went wrong?