My Friendly Little Foxhole

senor-giggles:

Never happens. >_>

I beg to differ :P

senor-giggles:

Never happens. >_>

I beg to differ :P

portland-mando:

rosecitycomiccon:

One more Walk on the floor before we shut down this years Rose City Comic Con, and We found some totes Adorbs Peeps. 

Wacko, Yacko and Dot were causing trouble. 

A Derby Chick from Cherry City Derby hip checked us in the Artist Alley

#rccc2014

anissaeatsbabies

Eeeeee!

did-you-kno:

Attention Star Wars fans: you can buy a Lightsaber Umbrella. Source

did-you-kno:

Attention Star Wars fans: you can buy a Lightsaber Umbrella. Source

meridiandreams:

One of the BEST lines of the season.

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@anissaeatsbabies

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“Did you know that, no matter the evidence, if a jury feels a law is unjust, it is permitted to “nullify” the law rather than finding someone guilty? Basically, jury nullification is a jury’s way of saying, “By the letter of the law, the defendant is guilty, but we also disagree with that law, so we vote to not punish the accused.” Ultimately, the verdict serves as an acquittal.

Haven’t heard of jury nullification? Don’t feel bad; you’re far from alone. If anything, your unfamiliarity is by design. Generally, defense lawyers are not allowed to even mention jury nullification as a possibility during a trial because judges prefer juries to follow the general protocols rather than delivering independent verdicts.

Surprisingly, the Supreme Court has routinely agreed that judges have no obligation to inform juries about jury nullification. Paradoxically, jury nullification is permitted to exist as an option to all juries, yet this option cannot be discussed in most courtrooms.
[…]
Jury nullification is undoubtedly feared because of its ability to upset the system. A jury that considers drug laws to be outrageous can nullify. A jury that is aware of the mass inequality in incarceration rates and believes a defendant was targeted via racial profiling can nullify. A jury that believes a harmless defendant is a victim of the prison industrial complex rather than a perpetrator can nullify. This counter-verdict exists so that citizens can right the wrongs inherent in our supposed “justice” system.

Of course, as the New York Times points out, jury nullification hasn’t always been used to “do good.” Historically, racist southern juries have nullified cases involving hate crimes and overly optimistic juries have nullified instances of police brutality, unwilling to fault police officers. However, if you agree that an informed jury can produce the correct verdict, nullification remains a valuable tool in the pursuit of justice.”
Jury Nullification: Why Every American Needs to Learn This Taboo Verdict (via jadedhippy)

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dweebscar:

dweebscar:

dweebscar:

dweebscar:

okay im going to watch frozen

um okay why doesnt anyone have ear holes

image

wheres the hole

the budget for this movie was $150 million and i didnt even see a single ear hole. where was the money going????

The snow.

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designed-for-life:

Home Tour: Vietnamese Family Home

Vietnam based practice Landmak Architecture have renovated an apartment located on the 11th floor of an old condominium in Hanoi, Vietnam. The apartment is designed and modified for a young couple, one child and grandparents. Located in a low income resettlement housing group, the old apartment had 3 bedrooms, a kitchen and living room with very little ventilation.

Photography by Le Anh Duc

xombiedirge:

Ladies of the Knight by Jason Liwag / Facebook / Tumblr

5” X 5” mini giclee print series, limited editions of 25 each. Three different sets will be available, two from Jason’s booth, B-20, alongside JC Richard, and another set exclusively at the Phone Booth Gallery booth.

On sale now at Mondo-Con in Austin, TX. 

A very small quantity will also be held back to be made available online shortly afterwards direct from Jason’s store,HERE.

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did-you-kno:

A couple of Canadians have started a Toronto trend called “Draking” by slapping photos of rapper Drake’s head onto wheelchair signs in honor of his “Wheelchair Jimmy” character on the show Degrassi. Source

anissaeatsbabies

did-you-kno:

A couple of Canadians have started a Toronto trend called “Draking” by slapping photos of rapper Drake’s head onto wheelchair signs in honor of his “Wheelchair Jimmy” character on the show Degrassi. Source

anissaeatsbabies

Anonymous said: did you make pie?

Nope. I did not make pie.

Had a dream where Lee Pace

lived next door to me and we hung out, watched Netflix, had Chinese and he touched my booty.

It was bad. The good kind.

Harry Potter illustrations by Mary GrandPré

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setbabiesonfire:

impala-sonic-deductions:

vivere-est-ars:

every woman on tumblr should have this on their dash

And every man

Look how nobody’s yelling or arguing or making things into a competition. Look how this is to straight up educate people through a different perspective. Look how effective that makes the message.

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