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I think.

superhighschoolleveluguu:

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#I THOUGHT THIS WAS GOING TO BE INSPIRATIONAL

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Fashion Wonderland: Tony Ward f/w 2013-2014

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k-aff:

ancient-lights:

This is so cool. You normally only see lightning for a split second and it’s gone, but since this is looped, we see the beauty over and over

The more you look at it the cooler it is

k-aff:

ancient-lights:

This is so cool. You normally only see lightning for a split second and it’s gone, but since this is looped, we see the beauty over and over

The more you look at it the cooler it is

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zenalien:

bright-end-of-nowhere:

The only two reactions to this realization.

i couldnt not reblog this ahahha some prime shit

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rufiozuko:

orbitalencounters:

Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on April 14th 15th 2014

wow… it’s a bit cloudy in beverly hills… but this shot is amazing.

rufiozuko:

orbitalencounters:

Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on April 14th 15th 2014

wow… it’s a bit cloudy in beverly hills… but this shot is amazing.

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mauricevanes:

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meggannn:

burtmacklin:


Whether we get called Dogs of the Military, or cursed as devils, Al and I are going to get our bodies back. But even so, we’re not devils, let alone gods. We’re human. We’re human! We can’t even save one little girl. We’re just insignificant humans.

Like the best Greek tragedies, Fullmetal Alchemist asks us accept both the best and worst of human nature. It is a series populated by characters who would willingly be tried as war criminals if it meant bringing themselves to justice, who would open their homes to complete strangers—yet it is also populated by the likes of Shou Tucker, who would transform his own daughter into a wretched, half-human creature.
So what conclusion can we then draw from Fullmetal Alchemist about what it means to be human? Perhaps that human beings are neither wholly good nor wholly bad, but that they can turn even the worst actions into feats of incredible nobility. After putting the Shou Tucker case to rest, Roy Mustang warns Edward and Alphonse that this will not be the last case of its kind, and that they too may be driven to commit acts of evil. Yet Shou Tucker doesn’t drive Edward or Alphonse to abandon their principles. Instead, he strengthens their commitment to protecting their loved ones, to not killing even the most terrible among them, and to never abandoning others for their own gain. The Elrics’ journey toward saving their country could never have begun had they not trespassed on God’s terrain. Roy and Riza could not have had a hand in repairing the relationship between Ishval and Amestris had they not learned from their participation in its destruction.
This is not to say that Fullmetal Alchemist seeks to justify suffering. It means only that Fullmetal Alchemist illustrates the human capacity to turn pain into beauty. Neither Roy, Riza, nor the Elric brothers take the easy road by sticking to their principles. Yet even though Roy and Riza must hold themselves accountable—even though Ed must give up part of his own life to avoid taking that of a truly despicable person (Kimblee)—none of them give up. So yes, human beings are capable of both good and evil, but what sets us apart is our ability to better ourselves and the world around us, even at great costs—like alchemists, we create from what we destroy.

#every man at some point in his life in going to lose a battle #he’s going to fight #and he’s going to lose #but what makes him a man is that in the midst of that battle he does not lose himself

meggannn:

burtmacklin:

Whether we get called Dogs of the Military, or cursed as devils, Al and I are going to get our bodies back. But even so, we’re not devils, let alone gods. We’re human. We’re human! We can’t even save one little girl. We’re just insignificant humans.

Like the best Greek tragedies, Fullmetal Alchemist asks us accept both the best and worst of human nature. It is a series populated by characters who would willingly be tried as war criminals if it meant bringing themselves to justice, who would open their homes to complete strangers—yet it is also populated by the likes of Shou Tucker, who would transform his own daughter into a wretched, half-human creature.

So what conclusion can we then draw from Fullmetal Alchemist about what it means to be human? Perhaps that human beings are neither wholly good nor wholly bad, but that they can turn even the worst actions into feats of incredible nobility. After putting the Shou Tucker case to rest, Roy Mustang warns Edward and Alphonse that this will not be the last case of its kind, and that they too may be driven to commit acts of evil. Yet Shou Tucker doesn’t drive Edward or Alphonse to abandon their principles. Instead, he strengthens their commitment to protecting their loved ones, to not killing even the most terrible among them, and to never abandoning others for their own gain. The Elrics’ journey toward saving their country could never have begun had they not trespassed on God’s terrain. Roy and Riza could not have had a hand in repairing the relationship between Ishval and Amestris had they not learned from their participation in its destruction.

This is not to say that Fullmetal Alchemist seeks to justify suffering. It means only that Fullmetal Alchemist illustrates the human capacity to turn pain into beauty. Neither Roy, Riza, nor the Elric brothers take the easy road by sticking to their principles. Yet even though Roy and Riza must hold themselves accountable—even though Ed must give up part of his own life to avoid taking that of a truly despicable person (Kimblee)—none of them give up. So yes, human beings are capable of both good and evil, but what sets us apart is our ability to better ourselves and the world around us, even at great costs—like alchemists, we create from what we destroy.

#every man at some point in his life in going to lose a battle #he’s going to fight #and he’s going to lose #but what makes him a man is that in the midst of that battle he does not lose himself

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s4rcoline:

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I can’t believe I watched that whole thing. Smh. That’s how I know I am.

where are the notes

we fucking broke it, guys

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modified-minds:

oh my. how wonderful

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boromirs:

it’s out there

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supergeeked:

watchedbyfoxes:

only on tumblr would over 535,000 people be fascinated by a table. This is why I love you guys.

If this doesn’t fascinate you then idk wtf is wrong with you. Look at this dope as table. The design and mechanics behind it are flawless.

supergeeked:

watchedbyfoxes:

only on tumblr would over 535,000 people be fascinated by a table. This is why I love you guys.

If this doesn’t fascinate you then idk wtf is wrong with you. Look at this dope as table. The design and mechanics behind it are flawless.

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