1. stunningpicture:

GRANDMA!?! WHAT THE FUCK!?!

    stunningpicture:

    GRANDMA!?! WHAT THE FUCK!?!

    1 month ago  /  192 notes  /  Source: stunningpicture

  2. (via caughtinyourhipster)

    1 month ago  /  158 notes  /  Source: weheartit.com

  3. When she is happy, she can’t stop talking, when she is sad she doesn’t say a word.
    – Ann Brashares (via electric-wish)

    Asi es

    (via reinamoramora)

    2 months ago  /  184,558 notes  /  Source: the-healing-nest

  4. obshasatumbleriguess:

baconbroderick:

The most important .gif

If those hills were alive, they ain’t now…

    obshasatumbleriguess:

    baconbroderick:

    The most important .gif

    If those hills were alive, they ain’t now…

    (via parisdiamondsbacon)

    6 months ago  /  846,640 notes  /  Source: baconbroderick

  5. (via naughty-butt-nice)

    7 months ago  /  15,597 notes  /  Source: naughty-butt-nice

  6. nosotros, los de entonces, ya no somos los mismos
    – Neruda (via fuckyeahfrasesdelibros)

    7 months ago  /  41 notes  /  Source: fuckyeahfrasesdelibros

  7. vicenews:

Venezuelan Protests Have Escalated to a Massive Political Crisis
What started as a protest early this month following a sexual assault at the University of the Andes in San Cristóbal has blown up into a massive political crisis in Venezuela, with no clear end in sight.
The assault set off the frustration of students with the country’s endemic crime problem. Local police responded aggressively, and their arrests and blithe mistreatment of protesters catalyzed demonstrations that have swept the country.
At least 14 people have been killed in clashes so far. Still recovering from a bitter, narrow loss to Maduro in the presidential election that followed Hugo Chávez’s death a year ago, opposition members have seized on the public’s disgruntlement—with the country’s security forces, its crippled economy, and the state’s abuse of power—as an opportunity to push much-needed reforms.
Now, weeks into this nascent resistance movement, the participants have determined that it’s time to state what it is they actually want.
Lists of demands have circulated online detailing measures “to get out of the crisis,” which range from the release of all detained protesters—of which there are at least 48, according to President Nicolas Maduro—to the disarmament and disbanding of paramilitary groups.
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    vicenews:

    Venezuelan Protests Have Escalated to a Massive Political Crisis

    What started as a protest early this month following a sexual assault at the University of the Andes in San Cristóbal has blown up into a massive political crisis in Venezuela, with no clear end in sight.

    The assault set off the frustration of students with the country’s endemic crime problem. Local police responded aggressively, and their arrests and blithe mistreatment of protesters catalyzed demonstrations that have swept the country.

    At least 14 people have been killed in clashes so far. Still recovering from a bitter, narrow loss to Maduro in the presidential election that followed Hugo Chávez’s death a year ago, opposition members have seized on the public’s disgruntlement—with the country’s security forces, its crippled economy, and the state’s abuse of power—as an opportunity to push much-needed reforms.

    Now, weeks into this nascent resistance movement, the participants have determined that it’s time to state what it is they actually want.

    Lists of demands have circulated online detailing measures “to get out of the crisis,” which range from the release of all detained protesters—of which there are at least 48, according to President Nicolas Maduro—to the disarmament and disbanding of paramilitary groups.

    Continue

    7 months ago  /  497 notes  /  Source: Vice Magazine

  8. book-pause:

Quot Libros, Quam Breve Tempus!
So many Books, so little Time !

    book-pause:

    Quot Libros, Quam Breve Tempus!
    So many Books, so little Time !

    8 months ago  /  16 notes  /  Source: book-pause

  9. Meanwhile in Venezuela…

    lincecum55lewandowski9:

    This is happening in the streets around the country:

    http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BgTOqY6IcAAkDrG.jpg

    http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BgTL32VCcAAifKk.jpg

    http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BgTQB6xCIAAqowS.jpg

    http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BgTV29qIgAAPQXb.jpg

    http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BgTPQf_IUAA5wVI.jpg

    http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BgTWNuOIgAAnxDV.jpg

    And this is happening in Venezuelan TV networks:

    image

    Media Blackout? Where?

    (via parisdiamondsbacon)

    8 months ago  /  621 notes  /  Source: justafreakyvenezuelangirl55

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