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strikerhercules:

» Because only Vin Diesel could ever be ridiculously nerdy enough to attend the UK world premiere red carpet for Guardians of the Galaxy wearing a “I am Groot” t-shirt and walking on stilts
strikerhercules:

» Because only Vin Diesel could ever be ridiculously nerdy enough to attend the UK world premiere red carpet for Guardians of the Galaxy wearing a “I am Groot” t-shirt and walking on stilts
strikerhercules:

» Because only Vin Diesel could ever be ridiculously nerdy enough to attend the UK world premiere red carpet for Guardians of the Galaxy wearing a “I am Groot” t-shirt and walking on stilts
strikerhercules:

» Because only Vin Diesel could ever be ridiculously nerdy enough to attend the UK world premiere red carpet for Guardians of the Galaxy wearing a “I am Groot” t-shirt and walking on stilts
strikerhercules:

» Because only Vin Diesel could ever be ridiculously nerdy enough to attend the UK world premiere red carpet for Guardians of the Galaxy wearing a “I am Groot” t-shirt and walking on stilts
strikerhercules:

» Because only Vin Diesel could ever be ridiculously nerdy enough to attend the UK world premiere red carpet for Guardians of the Galaxy wearing a “I am Groot” t-shirt and walking on stilts
strikerhercules:

» Because only Vin Diesel could ever be ridiculously nerdy enough to attend the UK world premiere red carpet for Guardians of the Galaxy wearing a “I am Groot” t-shirt and walking on stilts
strikerhercules:

» Because only Vin Diesel could ever be ridiculously nerdy enough to attend the UK world premiere red carpet for Guardians of the Galaxy wearing a “I am Groot” t-shirt and walking on stilts
strikerhercules:

» Because only Vin Diesel could ever be ridiculously nerdy enough to attend the UK world premiere red carpet for Guardians of the Galaxy wearing a “I am Groot” t-shirt and walking on stilts

strikerhercules:

» Because only Vin Diesel could ever be ridiculously nerdy enough to attend the UK world premiere red carpet for Guardians of the Galaxy wearing a “I am Groot” t-shirt and walking on stilts

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girlwithalessonplan:

Suggested to the McDonald’s drive-through worker to not refer to the Happy Meal toys as “boy” or “girl.” Girls can like Mario Kart, and I distinctly remember lots of boys losing their minds over Teenie Beanie Babies in the 90s.

GO GWALP!

The irony is that this cash-intensive strategy comes from leaders who consistently underfund health care, transportation and education. And they ignore the crucial fact that children crossing our borders aren’t trying to sneak around law enforcement: They are running to law enforcement.
doctorwho:

doctorwho:

bbcamerica:

Doctor Who is back on the big screen with the Series 8 Premiere – DEEP BREATH – on 25 August in cinemas throughout the US and Canada. 

Peter Capaldi’s first full episode as the Doctor - Deep Breath - will be screened in cinemas around the world from 23 August 2014.
This year’s screenings follow the success of the global cinema release of Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary episode The Day of the Doctor which was screened in over 1500 cinemas around the world, allowing fans to come together to watch the show like never before.
Steven Moffat comments, “Last November the Doctor didn’t just conquer the world on television, he did it in the cinemas too. And like the show-off he is, he can’t resist another go - one taste of the silver screen is never enough. On August 23rd the new Doctor will begin his new adventures on BBC One and in cinemas all over the world. Movie-land beware - Capaldi is coming to get you!” [x]

Theater locations and ticketing to be announced later this month.

You can find out more information on global cinema screenings at the doctorwho.tv dedicated cinema page as information arrives. 

In case you missed it!

doctorwho:

doctorwho:

bbcamerica:

Doctor Who is back on the big screen with the Series 8 Premiere – DEEP BREATH – on 25 August in cinemas throughout the US and Canada. 

Peter Capaldi’s first full episode as the Doctor - Deep Breath - will be screened in cinemas around the world from 23 August 2014.

This year’s screenings follow the success of the global cinema release of Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary episode The Day of the Doctor which was screened in over 1500 cinemas around the world, allowing fans to come together to watch the show like never before.

Steven Moffat comments, “Last November the Doctor didn’t just conquer the world on television, he did it in the cinemas too. And like the show-off he is, he can’t resist another go - one taste of the silver screen is never enough. On August 23rd the new Doctor will begin his new adventures on BBC One and in cinemas all over the world. Movie-land beware - Capaldi is coming to get you!” [x]

Theater locations and ticketing to be announced later this month.

You can find out more information on global cinema screenings at the doctorwho.tv dedicated cinema page as information arrives. 

In case you missed it!

Large scale governmental bodies are with us in the long run; it’s silly to think otherwise. The challenge is to organize them in such a way that they allow for as much freedom as possible where people live on the ground while at the same time making sure that power and wealth don’t aggregate into the hands of too few. That is job #1, and that requires creating a mindset in which the basics tenets of social democracy are broadly accepted in such a way as to push every other ideology to the fringes. This was the hard-fought accomplishment our grandparents, the folks in Polanyi’s generation in the thirties and forties, after having learned the hard way that nothing else works. It’s a lesson we’ve forgotten, and so we are having arguments on the ethos level when we should be having arguments on the logos level. We need consensus about basic political values, so that we can argue about the most practical way to solve pressing practical problems. The current domination of Neoliberal ideology among our elites has been a regression to the mindset of late 19th-century Liberalism. Our grandparents learned that that mindset leads to disaster, and now it looks as if we’ll have to learn it again. But it is a lesson we will learn for good sooner or later because nothing else but social democracy in a subsidiarist key will work. And social democracy cannot work unless there is broad acceptance that it is the best way to organize things in the political sphere. It will be hard enough to make it work when there is consensus about it, but it’s impossible for it to function in any practical sense without it.
It is commonplace for pundits to call for a president to exercise “leadership,” when what they really mean is that they want him to adopt their preferred policies. This has nothing to do with leading in any meaningful sense, and everything to do with yielding to pressure from the loudest ideological factions and interest groups. Refusal to capitulate to these demands is equated with weakness, while caving in is celebrated as proof of a politician’s far-seeing statesmanship. It is a kind of political extortion that ideologues practice to try to get an administration to pay attention to their preoccupations, and the louder their complaints get the more likely it is that the president has avoided making a serious error.

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