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http://gatorfisch.tumblr.com/post/147829103606/i-wonder-if-bc-or-someone-else-since-bc-sometimes

*wink wink* She’s talking out of her arse *wink wink*

No but seriously. “Let’s say it’s more Disney appropriate” what are you on about? Do you know Disney’s standard operating procedure when dealing with an actor’s narcissistic, fake wife who wants to steal all his money and ruin his career? SERIOUSLY.

Every day I’m more shocked that people believe this moron…

the thing about playing old games is you have to accept that they are old. they are uglier and glitchier and worse than new games and no amount of love is going to change that

enjoy them for what they are?

it doesnt have to be either “this game was flawless and holds up perfectly” or “this game is glitchy and cheesy and poor quality I can’t believe I liked it”.

when you liked it as a kid, it was because it was fun. nothing more, nothing less. if it’s still fun, then what’s the problem? honestly

22.07.11

Today it is 5 years since the worst attacks on Norwegian soil since the second world war. A right-wing terrorist placed a bomb near government buildings and killed 8 people. Right after he went to Utøya, an island where a political youth camp held place, where he killed 69 people and injured even more.

Here are are all 77 victims.

In the days following the attacks, the song “Mitt lille land” covered by Maria Mena became popular and has later become a song that represents this time of shock and horror that the people of Norway felt.

All over Norway, people gathered in memory of the lives lost in “rosetog” (rose marches) where thousands of people put down roses and lights in honour of the victims.

The biggest rose march was on July 25th in Oslo, where as many as 200.000 people gathered.

Norway is a small country and it was said that as many as 1 in 5 Norwegians were directly or indirectly affected by this tragedy.

If you want to watch a documentary about the attacks, I recommend the following two:

“En liten øy i verden” (This is in Norwegian only) 

“BBC This World - Norway’s massacre”

So let’s take a moment today to remember not only the victims, but what the victims were exercising: democracy, freedom of speech and tolerance. <3