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WE ARE IN THE FINAL DAYS OF THE VALOR ANTHOLOGY KICKSTARTER!

It’s been an intense ride! We met all our stretch goals, adding an comic extra story, prose, and the option of selecting a hardcover edition of the book (to do so, simply add 10$ to your pledge for every copy of the book you have ordered) to our initial book. Wowza!

I’m seeing the stories everyone is working on and I can guarantee Valor’s goal of telling awesome fairy tales featuring courageous female character is met, double-met, triple-met. This book is going to be amazing and I want to thank EVERYONE who is working on it or supporting it financially and morally. 

Check out the kickstarter!

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itscalledfashionlookitup:

When people compare the greatness that is The Simpsons to other animated shows like Family Guy it makes me want to set myself on fire

I went on a date last year and jokingly said “Don’t ask me I’m just a girl” and giggled at a 35 year old man thinking he’d get the reference and instead he said “that’s what I like to hear.”

(Source: sandandglass)

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catscan-fly:

I don’t know if this was already done before but I feel like I need to do this, so idk, and this was before a thing that a friend of mine wanted me to do for him, so idk, I wanted to post it here

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Marceline and Princess Bubblegum Love Each Other. It’s Canon. Let’s Celebrate.

At a recent public event, the actress, Olivia Olson, who voices Marceline on the show Adventure Time, revealed it is official canon that Princess Bubblegum and Marceline used to date. She learned this in a conversation with Pendleton Ward, the show’s creator. Here’s the video evidence.

To celebrate their relationship through our favorite fan art, click here!

mediamattersforamerica:

Disgusting: Now NRA News is praising the white vigilante patrols that shot black New Orleans flood victims following Hurricane Katrina. 

What really happened:

Facing an influx of refugees, the residents of Algiers Point could have pulled together food, water and medical supplies for the flood victims. Instead, a group of white residents, convinced that crime would arrive with the human exodus, sought to seal off the area, blocking the roads in and out of the neighborhood by dragging lumber and downed trees into the streets. They stockpiled handguns, assault rifles, shotguns and at least one Uzi and began patrolling the streets in pickup trucks and SUVs. The newly formed militia, a loose band of about fifteen to thirty residents, most of them men, all of them white, was looking for thieves, outlaws or, as one member put it, anyone who simply “didn’t belong.”

According to The Nation, during this time ”at least eleven people were shot. In each case the targets were African-American men, while the shooters, it appears, were all white.”

Donnell Harrington was one of these victims:

It was September 1, 2005, some three days after Hurricane Katrina crashed into New Orleans, and somebody had just blasted Herrington, who is African-American, with a shotgun. “I just hit the ground. I didn’t even know what happened,” recalls Herrington, a burly 32-year-old with a soft drawl … Herrington says he hadn’t even seen the men or their weapons before the shooting began. As Alexander and Collins fled, Herrington ran in the opposite direction, his hand pressed to the bleeding wound on his throat. Behind him, he says, the gunmen yelled, “Get him! Get that nigger!”

The attack occurred in Algiers Point. The Point, as locals call it, is a neighborhood within a neighborhood, a small cluster of ornate, immaculately maintained 150-year-old houses within the larger Algiers district. A nationally recognized historic area, Algiers Point is largely white, while the rest of Algiers is predominantly black. It’s a “white enclave” whose residents have “a kind of siege mentality,” says Tulane University historian Lance Hill, noting that some white New Orleanians “think of themselves as an oppressed minority.” 

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