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Photo 19 Aug 584 notes gunnerkrigg:

A drawing I did for one of my patrons.

gunnerkrigg:

A drawing I did for one of my patrons.

Video 19 Aug 26,219 notes

kantakun:

old school-ass animation tests

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Photo 18 Aug 593 notes maxistentialist:

Vox:

Chinese and Russian officials are warning of a potential humanitarian crisis in the restive American province of Missouri, where ancient communal tensions have boiled over into full-blown violence.
"We must use all means at our disposal to end the violence and restore calm to the region," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in comments to an emergency United Nations Security Council session on the America crisis.
The crisis began a week ago in Ferguson, a remote Missouri village that has been a hotbed of sectarian tension. State security forces shot and killed an unarmed man, which regional analysts say has angered the local population by surfacing deep-seated sectarian grievances. Regime security forces cracked down brutally on largely peaceful protests, worsening the crisis.
America has been roiled by political instability and protests in recent years, which analysts warn can create fertile ground for extremists.
Missouri, far-removed from the glistening capital city of Washington, is ostensibly ruled by a charismatic but troubled official named Jay Nixon, who has appeared unable to successfully intervene and has resisted efforts at mediation from central government officials. Complicating matters, President Obama is himself a member of the minority sect protesting in Ferguson, which is ruled overwhelmingly by members of America’s majority “white people” sect.
Analysts who study the opaque American political system, in which all provinces are granted semi-autonomous self-rule, warned that Nixon may seize the opportunity to move against weakened municipal rulers in Ferguson. Missouri’s provincial legislature, a traditional “shura council,” is dominated by the opposition faction. Though fears of a military coup remain low, it is still unknown how Nixon’s allies within the capital will respond should the crisis continue.
Now, international leaders say they fear the crisis could spread.

Vox covers Ferguson as they would if it were in another country.

maxistentialist:

Vox:

Chinese and Russian officials are warning of a potential humanitarian crisis in the restive American province of Missouri, where ancient communal tensions have boiled over into full-blown violence.

"We must use all means at our disposal to end the violence and restore calm to the region," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in comments to an emergency United Nations Security Council session on the America crisis.

The crisis began a week ago in Ferguson, a remote Missouri village that has been a hotbed of sectarian tension. State security forces shot and killed an unarmed man, which regional analysts say has angered the local population by surfacing deep-seated sectarian grievances. Regime security forces cracked down brutally on largely peaceful protests, worsening the crisis.

America has been roiled by political instability and protests in recent years, which analysts warn can create fertile ground for extremists.

Missouri, far-removed from the glistening capital city of Washington, is ostensibly ruled by a charismatic but troubled official named Jay Nixon, who has appeared unable to successfully intervene and has resisted efforts at mediation from central government officials. Complicating matters, President Obama is himself a member of the minority sect protesting in Ferguson, which is ruled overwhelmingly by members of America’s majority “white people” sect.

Analysts who study the opaque American political system, in which all provinces are granted semi-autonomous self-rule, warned that Nixon may seize the opportunity to move against weakened municipal rulers in Ferguson. Missouri’s provincial legislature, a traditional “shura council,” is dominated by the opposition faction. Though fears of a military coup remain low, it is still unknown how Nixon’s allies within the capital will respond should the crisis continue.

Now, international leaders say they fear the crisis could spread.

Vox covers Ferguson as they would if it were in another country.

Photo 18 Aug 492,353 notes shavingprivateryan:

THIS IS THE CUTEST THING IVE EVER SEEN 

shavingprivateryan:

THIS IS THE CUTEST THING IVE EVER SEEN 

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Photo 17 Aug 2,596 notes shepherd0821:

MLP 4koma 58.

shepherd0821:

MLP 4koma 58.

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Photo 16 Aug 27,355 notes

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Photo 15 Aug 399 notes butterpaws:

finished!!! cats of the world, a print I’ve wanted to draw for a long time!!
I think I cat OD’d like three times while searching for refs for this.

butterpaws:

finished!!! cats of the world, a print I’ve wanted to draw for a long time!!

I think I cat OD’d like three times while searching for refs for this.

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Video 13 Aug 94,052 notes

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ineloquentformalities:

cosplay-gamers:

The Wild Thornberrys

Marianne Thornberry by Tascha Dearing

Nigel Thornberry by Joshua Walker

Photos by Sophie Keen, ZeroKing2010, and So Say We All

OH MY GOD

Okay, I’m not much of one for cosplay but this…this makes me so happy.


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