first order of business: shower
second order of business: giant pile of homework

Sep 30 16:29 ( 3 )

arr0manches:

hey so this week’s pretty hectic w homework & tests but after that it’s gonna be a little quieter, and i’d love to take some mix requests?

Sep 30 0:48 ( 1 )

hey so this week’s pretty hectic w homework & tests but after that it’s gonna be a little quieter, and i’d love to take some mix requests?

Sep 30 0:02 ( 1 )

If you know my name then you should know I don’t play by anyone’s rules.

Sep 29 22:25 ( 1335 )

riseabovethemadness:

Get Up || Barcelona

Sep 29 22:25 ( 172 )
tags: #music

ramimalekonline:

Rami Malek (December 2013)
Photographers: The Riker Brothers
www.ramimalekonline.com

Sep 29 22:25 ( 62 )
"WHYD YA WANNA PLAY CAWLEGE HAWKEY"

— Jack O’Callahan (via ov3chtr1ck)
Sep 29 22:24 ( 768 )

bobbycaputo:

Incredible Images Capture WWII New York

World War II transformed New York City.

A new exhibit presented by the New-York Historical Society, “WWII & NYC: Photography and Propaganda,” tells that story. Drawn from a vast collection of historical images, including many from U.S. Navy archives, the exhibit shows how the war touched every aspect of life.

“It attempts to create a better sense of what ‘total war’ meant to New Yorkers, whether they were working at the Navy Yards or just going about their daily lives,” said the historical society’s Chelsea Frosini.

Among the most dramatic changes to the city during wartime was an explosion of production and movement. According to the society, 63 million tons of supplies and more than 3 million men shipped out from New York Harbor, and at the height of the war, a ship left every 15 minutes. The Brooklyn Navy Yard doubled its size and employed 70,000 people, including many women; it became the largest shipbuilding facility in the country at the time.

“It had the shipping and railroad infrastructure to really be the Army and Navy’s warehouse for sending troops, ships, planes, guns, bombs, toilet paper, thumb tacks—whatever they needed—to Europe,” said Mike Thornton, a research associate at the New-York Historical Society. “We sent it all. The port has never been that busy since.”

Sep 29 22:24 ( 128 )

iwouldfookthat:

Spontaneous Edit (feat. Sebastian Stan): #1-2
Sep 29 22:24 ( 1822 )

minimooseontheloose:

When Bucky does finally get introduced to Tony, like “This is Tony Stark, Howard’s kid”, and he goes all sad and quiet, looks at the ground and admits that he killed his parents, I want Tony to just nonchalantly start listing off all of the things that Stark Industries weapons are responsible for, look him in the eye and tell him “we all make mistakes when there’s someone else calling the shots.”

That’s all. 

Sep 29 22:23 ( 8631 )
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