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squiglets:

Benedict cumberbatch is on a list of influential people and he hasn’t done a god damn thing to influence any fucking human except give fandom bloggers feels

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joyceanfartboner:

>tfw you eat 2 much pasta and also garlic bread and yr stomach is expanding but not in a kinky furry way but in a you might shit your pants way

anagrammaton:

bullit1987:

LSD-25, Life Magazine, March 1966 (8 of 11 pages).

'Swept Up In A Psychic Revolution' hell yeah

nitanahkohe:

nativeamericannews:

Buffalo Calf Road Woman – Northern Cheyenne
Buffalo Calf Road Woman, or Brave Woman (b. c. 1850s? -d. 1878), was a Northern Cheyenne woman who saved her wounded warrior brother Chief Comes in Sight, in the Battle of the Rosebud (as it was called by the United States) in 1876.

yo this description does NOT do her justice
the real name for the Battle of the Rosebud is Where the Girl Saved Her Brother, named after Buffalo Calf Road Woman’s immense bravery. Buffalo Calf Road Woman fought in battle alongside her brother (Chief Comes in Sight), under the leadership of Crazy Horse (the Lakota & Cheyenne were allied); during a retreat, her brother was injured and she rushed back out onto the battle field to save him. here’s an account of what happened:

Chief Comes in Sight fought actively that day, repeatedly drawing the soldiers’ fire toward him.  At one point, near the Gap, he rode back and forth before the soldiers who fired on him and wounded his horse, causing the horse to somersault and drop Chief Comes in Sight to his feet.  
As the Northern Cheyenne warrior Little Hawk recounted, “He [Chief Comes in Sight] was walking away and all the soldiers were shooting at him as hard as they could.  His sister [Buffalo Calf Road Woman] was with the party riding a gray horse.  She looked down and saw her brother there and rushed down to meet her brother and he jumped behind her and she brought him off.  Neither was hit.”

This courageous act rallied the Cheyenne warriors and they resumed the attack, ultimately winning the battle and defeating Gen. Crook’s troops. Later that year, Buffalo Calf Road Woman fought alongside her husband, Black Coyote, in the Battle of the Greasy Grass (Battle of Little Bighorn), where she delivered the final blow that knocked Custer off his horse and killed him. She’s a brave warrior and true hero!

nitanahkohe:

nativeamericannews:

Buffalo Calf Road Woman – Northern Cheyenne

Buffalo Calf Road Woman, or Brave Woman (b. c. 1850s? -d. 1878), was a Northern Cheyenne woman who saved her wounded warrior brother Chief Comes in Sight, in the Battle of the Rosebud (as it was called by the United States) in 1876.

yo this description does NOT do her justice

the real name for the Battle of the Rosebud is Where the Girl Saved Her Brother, named after Buffalo Calf Road Woman’s immense bravery. Buffalo Calf Road Woman fought in battle alongside her brother (Chief Comes in Sight), under the leadership of Crazy Horse (the Lakota & Cheyenne were allied); during a retreat, her brother was injured and she rushed back out onto the battle field to save him. here’s an account of what happened:

Chief Comes in Sight fought actively that day, repeatedly drawing the soldiers’ fire toward him.  At one point, near the Gap, he rode back and forth before the soldiers who fired on him and wounded his horse, causing the horse to somersault and drop Chief Comes in Sight to his feet.  

As the Northern Cheyenne warrior Little Hawk recounted, “He [Chief Comes in Sight] was walking away and all the soldiers were shooting at him as hard as they could.  His sister [Buffalo Calf Road Woman] was with the party riding a gray horse.  She looked down and saw her brother there and rushed down to meet her brother and he jumped behind her and she brought him off.  Neither was hit.”

This courageous act rallied the Cheyenne warriors and they resumed the attack, ultimately winning the battle and defeating Gen. Crook’s troops. Later that year, Buffalo Calf Road Woman fought alongside her husband, Black Coyote, in the Battle of the Greasy Grass (Battle of Little Bighorn), where she delivered the final blow that knocked Custer off his horse and killed him. She’s a brave warrior and true hero!

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foxfamilyfeatures:

*Torrenting my own medical transition* *BitTorrent seems to be running strangely* *open finished file* *VLC suddenttly glitches out and crashes* *body mutates wildly into a variety of shapes* *i am no longer recognizable as human* *i am no longer recognizable as a carbon-based lifeform* Oh god. Oh god. Mods help 

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drawsomeponies asked: Oh man, this has been a crazy week for news from BABSCon. I can't believe I'm subscribing to you folks because of your journalistic integrity... what is this world coming to?

horsenews:

the moment that Horse-News is credited with “Journalistic Integrity” is a dark day indeed.


foxfamilyfeatures:

welcome to the *puts on dank coat, big hat, charming smile* murder zone *begins strutting around laughing rhythmically* i am gay 

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