pugsies:

Scene Queens: Where Are They Now?

Episode One

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overtheunderpass:

morganpaigeloves:

Uploaded yesterday, “Pressure to Be Funny.”

I talk about me. Again. Surprise.

As always, likes & reblogs warm my solid, stone heart just a llittle bit

Hey, it’s me

falloutboy:

one year later this is our love letter back to you, thank you.

pxtewentz:

'One year later. How do we assess where we are?'

Tags: fall out boy

soloses:

the a in lgbtqa should stand for allies, they deserve the recognition for defeating the axis powers and winning world war 2

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My apologies for morbid posts such as the ones I’ve been reblogging. 

I don’t know, I just feel like these things are important. I know that they’re important.

3point-perspective:

Lee looks at the memory wound proposed for Utoya Island in Norway, by artist Jonas Dahlberg. 
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3point-perspective:

Lee looks at the memory wound proposed for Utoya Island in Norway, by artist Jonas Dahlberg.

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steroge:

"I carry my scars with dignity, because I got them for something I believe in." - Ylva Helen Schwenke (15), from ‘One Day in History’ by Andrea Gjestvang
In the aftermath of the Utøya island shooting in Norway in November 2011, Andrea Gjestvang began taking portraits of its young survivors. Her pictures won her the top prize at the Sony World Photography awards.
(Photo) (Utøya: after the massacre)

steroge:

"I carry my scars with dignity, because I got them for something I believe in." - Ylva Helen Schwenke (15), from ‘One Day in History’ by Andrea Gjestvang

In the aftermath of the Utøya island shooting in Norway in November 2011, Andrea Gjestvang began taking portraits of its young survivors. Her pictures won her the top prize at the Sony World Photography awards.

(Photo) (Utøya: after the massacre)

  1. Breivik travels with police officers on the ferry to Utoya island on August 13. Breivik described the shootings in close detail during an eight-hour tour on the island.
  2. Under heavily armed police guard, Anders Behring Breivik (left, in red T-shirt) is taken back to Utoya on August 13 to reconstruct his actions during a shooting spree on the island
  3. People pay their respects for the victims of the killing spree and bomb attack, at a temporary memorial site on the shore in front of Utoya island northwest of Oslo.

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