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korrastyle:

→ The Boy in the Iceberg

first and last appearance

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radical-l0ve:

THE BADASS LIBYAN WOMAN: THE LADY OF AL AZIZIA
Slema Bent Maghawess was from the tribe A Nnawael. She became famous in February 1912 by partaking in every single battle against the Italian colonizers in the city of Tripoli since the invasion, alongside the Mujahedeen (Libyans who rebelled against the Italian occupation).
Slema didn’t let anything get in the way of her fight for her country’s liberation, not even a bullet in her chest. Two weeks after she was shot, she retook her position among the Mujahedeen. 
She touched the heart of a Frenchman, Paul Tristan, correspondent of the french newspaper “Le Petit Marseillais”. He became so fond of her that he offered her a sword. Here, she poses with that sword in a picture taken by Georges Remond, correspondent of the Parisian newspaper “L’Illustration”. He wrote that twelve female fighters arriving from Fezzan joined Slema in the Al Azizia Mujahedeen camp.

radical-l0ve:

THE BADASS LIBYAN WOMAN: THE LADY OF AL AZIZIA

Slema Bent Maghawess was from the tribe A Nnawael. She became famous in February 1912 by partaking in every single battle against the Italian colonizers in the city of Tripoli since the invasion, alongside the Mujahedeen (Libyans who rebelled against the Italian occupation).

Slema didn’t let anything get in the way of her fight for her country’s liberation, not even a bullet in her chest. Two weeks after she was shot, she retook her position among the Mujahedeen. 

She touched the heart of a Frenchman, Paul Tristan, correspondent of the french newspaper “Le Petit Marseillais”. He became so fond of her that he offered her a sword. Here, she poses with that sword in a picture taken by Georges Remond, correspondent of the Parisian newspaper “L’Illustration”. He wrote that twelve female fighters arriving from Fezzan joined Slema in the Al Azizia Mujahedeen camp.

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gifftrax:

[MST3K Experiment 812: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies]

gifftrax:

[MST3K Experiment 812: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies]

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‘I’m on your side’

‘I’m on your side’

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jackmrhughes:

Therapy Today // Labyrinthitis

jackmrhughes:

Therapy Today // Labyrinthitis

9 months ago on July 9th, 2013 | J | 4,764 notes
wangie:

This week’s Willamette Week includes my headout illustration on contra dance. I forgot to pick up a copy before leaving town. (。_ 。)

wangie:

This week’s Willamette Week includes my headout illustration on contra dance. I forgot to pick up a copy before leaving town. (。_ 。)

9 months ago on July 8th, 2013 | J | 5,915 notes
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This is Berk. It snows nine months of the year and hails the other three, any food that growns here is tough and tasteless. The people that grow here are even more so. The only upsides are the pets. While other places have ponies or parrots… We have… dragons.

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