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thattallsummonerguy:


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We have tons of these kinda houses in my town and the are just really awesome, the houses are actually classified as “Painted Ladies” and the are probably some of the best examples of Asymmetrical, non linear architecture ever created
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thattallsummonerguy:

acid candy pop victorian

We have tons of these kinda houses in my town and the are just really awesome, the houses are actually classified as “Painted Ladies” and the are probably some of the best examples of Asymmetrical, non linear architecture ever created

posted on 7/25/2014 via dardanos (source) — 124,944 notes
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allthingslinguistic:

Practice with Pronouns is a site that lets you practise subject, object, possessive, and reflexive forms of English third person pronouns. It comes with a few of the most common options, but you can also fill in whatever pronouns you like. Useful for both English learners and people wanting to practise using nonbinary pronouns.  
As if it couldn’t get any more delightful, it often uses quotes from Welcome to Night Vale in the practice sentences, which is definitely far more entertaining than See Spot Run. The feedback sentences are also very cute. 
(Hm, I’m pretty sure the second blank in that screenshot should have said “xyr”, in retrospect.)
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allthingslinguistic:

Practice with Pronouns is a site that lets you practise subject, object, possessive, and reflexive forms of English third person pronouns. It comes with a few of the most common options, but you can also fill in whatever pronouns you like. Useful for both English learners and people wanting to practise using nonbinary pronouns.  

As if it couldn’t get any more delightful, it often uses quotes from Welcome to Night Vale in the practice sentences, which is definitely far more entertaining than See Spot Run. The feedback sentences are also very cute. 

(Hm, I’m pretty sure the second blank in that screenshot should have said “xyr”, in retrospect.)

posted on 7/25/2014 via dardanos (source) — 3,806 notes
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gaysociallink:

hey guys remember when you played brawl with friends and then this item would spawn in

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and then fun times would immediately turn into either the feeling of unspeakable fear or the sensation of having overwhelming power in your hands

posted on 7/25/2014 via tobiaswraithwall (source) — 10,112 notes
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rookerie:

fun fact: the only thing standing between you and success is a small, angry gnome which has dedicated its whole existence to ruining you. you must not let it win

posted on 7/25/2014 via pyrobe (source) — 129,396 notes
#reminder « tags

jasonfnsaint:

kenerics:

who the fuck is snapchatting in the serenghetti

^ Reblogging for that and that alone.

medievalpoc:

lifeislikeabadrpg:

lifeislikeabadrpg:

man. I really want to play with Inklewriter some more; it’s turning out to be very pleasant to work with, even if you can’t work in map view all the time and thus end up working closely with one thread at a time (not bad, just getting used to that methodology).

But I’m at work, and even during my lunch break I can’t do this. I just want to think about Alex for a while, figure out what the White Rabbit is going to do in Chapter 2, start thinking about the Cheshire Cat, and so on. Lady Paprika’s storyline is going to be awesome, I know.

I also want to think more about representation. I know Alex’s father is white; I think Alex’s mother has a heritage from Southeast Asia, but pinning down the country is necessary.

Of the four romanceable leads, I’m pretty sure the White Rabbit is going to end up being the Token White English Dude. The Cheshire Cat is going to be black, and I’ll have to research their heritage some more. Haven’t yet decided on the Knight or Lady Paprika; one of them is South Asian (and what region? Hmmm).

I know, I know, some people are going to tell me I’m forcing diversity. But Alex in Wonderland occurs in modern London, and Alex is an adult in their 20s. Here are the top 10 languages spoken by pupils in London at home in 2008:

  • Bengali
  • Urdu
  • Somali
  • Panjabi
  • Gujurati
  • Arabic
  • Turkish
  • Tamil
  • Yoruba
  • French

It is 2014. Alex knows diversity. I’m sorry if you don’t.

And yes, that diversity shows up in Wonderland. Alex’s mother, Alice, in this world at least, wasn’t white.

I wanted to add that Europe, England included, has always been diverse; it’s just that the diversity has always been hidden by history. 

I found this lesson plan about the racial casting of Merlin and the cries of “forced diversity, historically inaccurate”. And of course, there’s always medievalpoc.

I think that this idea sounds very interesting. It’s also sad that some people would make an argument that an Alice in Wonderland retelling set even in modern London needs to be subjected to the whole “historical accuracy=everyone is white” nastiness.

FYI: That lesson plan is very good, I’ve posted it before.

medievalpoc:

sourcedumal:

medievalpoc:

loverandsynner submitted to medievalpoc:

this was taken at the Museum of London, Docklands - it has a large section about London’s role in slavery, and how slavery contributed to modern racism. 

I think that a lot of museums are finally starting to try and take a more proactive stance on how they present their exhibits and information about them.
For more on this kind of arrangement, I high recommend taking a look at these submissions from xanthy-m on the Swedish Historical Museum:



Oh what was that about black ppl in England not being present?
Since BEFORE THE 1500s?
MEANING DURING THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD
So yall “historically accurate” fuckers can be quiet


[source: Egerton Genesis Picture Book, England c. 1375]
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medievalpoc:

sourcedumal:

medievalpoc:

loverandsynner submitted to medievalpoc:

this was taken at the Museum of London, Docklands - it has a large section about London’s role in slavery, and how slavery contributed to modern racism. 

I think that a lot of museums are finally starting to try and take a more proactive stance on how they present their exhibits and information about them.

For more on this kind of arrangement, I high recommend taking a look at these submissions from xanthy-m on the Swedish Historical Museum:

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Oh what was that about black ppl in England not being present?

Since BEFORE THE 1500s?

MEANING DURING THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD

So yall “historically accurate” fuckers can be quiet

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[source: Egerton Genesis Picture Book, England c. 1375]

posted on 7/25/2014 via medievalpoc5,618 notes
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karmabees:

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posted on 7/25/2014 via pyrobe (source) — 1,364 notes
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medievalpoc:

madamefaust submitted to medievalpoc:

I know it’s not 1800s week, but this gentleman is currently on display at the Newport Antiques Show in Newport, RI and I didn’t want to forget about him or his fabulous eyebrows by the time 1800s week happened.
John BlanchardThomas Howland
United States, 1850-1857 [x]
Thomas Howland was a resident of Providence, Rhode Island who worked as a stevedore and became the first black elected official in the city when he was elected warden of Providence’s Third Ward. He was denied a passport on the basis that he was a person of “African extraction” and thus “not deemed [a citizen] of the United States” - again, this man was an elected official, in addition to being a citizen with voting rights. In 1857, he and his wife and daughter left Providence for Liberia where his wife became a teacher and Howland worked as a sugar manufacturer. 

That is really cool! I’m going to post this (even though it’s actually an American painting), since this painting’s going to be on display this weekend at the Newport Antiques Show, in case anyone wants to go see it in person!
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medievalpoc:

madamefaust submitted to medievalpoc:

I know it’s not 1800s week, but this gentleman is currently on display at the Newport Antiques Show in Newport, RI and I didn’t want to forget about him or his fabulous eyebrows by the time 1800s week happened.

John Blanchard

Thomas Howland

United States, 1850-1857 [x]

Thomas Howland was a resident of Providence, Rhode Island who worked as a stevedore and became the first black elected official in the city when he was elected warden of Providence’s Third Ward. He was denied a passport on the basis that he was a person of “African extraction” and thus “not deemed [a citizen] of the United States” - again, this man was an elected official, in addition to being a citizen with voting rights. In 1857, he and his wife and daughter left Providence for Liberia where his wife became a teacher and Howland worked as a sugar manufacturer. 

That is really cool! I’m going to post this (even though it’s actually an American painting), since this painting’s going to be on display this weekend at the Newport Antiques Show, in case anyone wants to go see it in person!

posted on 7/25/2014 via medievalpoc794 notes
#medievalpoc #holy shti #art « tags

mansexfashion:

Photographer: Xavier Samré

Model: Leandro Oliveira

Man+Sex=Fashion

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