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draconizuka:

hvit-ravn:

10 000 FOLLOWERS GIVEAWAY

thank you so much for follow! this giveaway is for you, dear followers! i love you!

rules:

  • there are 3 winners - one set goes to one person
  • only reblogs counts
  • under this text write which set you would like to win: durins charms, durins stickers or mirkwood elves stickers
  • you can write few sets, but first one counts as the most willed
  • you can reblog once per day
  • this is for my followers, so it will be nice if you’re following me

giveaway ends 27th of april 2014. i’ll choose the winners randomly.

i love you and good luck!

I love the drawings and the person who draws! *O*

durins charms!


fr33lance:

Alt-text from XKCD: “I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express.”
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fr33lance:

Alt-text from XKCD: “I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express.”


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seadeepspaceontheside:

darthstitch:

seadeepspaceontheside:

Frodo was given a cookie for being dragged across the Shire

He tries. he tries all the time.

Little Frodo Baggins had quite made up his mind.

If his Hobbit-y Uncle Bilbo looked after Frodo and was quite happy in doing so, then Frodo needed to look after his Dwarrow Uncle Thorin.  Frodo made sure his Uncle Thorin ate all his greens and silently pointed at the creamed broccoli even after Uncle Thorin announced that he’d end up turning into a Wood-Elf and Mahal help them, what sort of useless Dwarf he’d be if that happened? 

Frodo solemnly told his Uncle Thorin that he would never turn into an Elf.

Of course, Uncle Bilbo muttered that it was far likelier that Uncle Thorin would turn into a proper dwobbit instead and yelped when Uncle Thorin caught him up and delivered the Terrible Death by Tickling as a result. 

Uncle Thorin was not too fond of Elves.  Even though he knew quite a few more Elvish stories than Uncle Bilbo did and even spoke an Elvish language that gave Uncle Bilbo quite a bit of trouble. 

(Once upon a time, when Uncle Thorin was a wee badger, he actually liked Elves, so he studied all he could about them, because he hoped he could find a way so that Dwarves and Elves could be friends again.  But that was until Mean Old King Thranduil showed his real colors.  Uncle Thorin swore Frodo to secrecy on this.  It was important to keep one’s promises, after all.)

Now while Uncle Thorin did an excellent job of chasing away the Monsters Under the Bed, was willing to be Frodo’s partner in his Quest to slay dragons (the dragon was the stuffed toy Smaug Uncle Bofur sent for Frodo’s birthday) and fight trolls (the Trolls were carved by Uncle Bifur and were quite splendid), made him sturdy wooden weapons and taught him how to shoot a bow, there were still some things that Frodo’s mighty and heroic Dwarrow Uncle could not do. 

Frodo discovered that his Uncle Thorin got lost easily.  Sometimes he got lost in the Shire and Uncle Bilbo would fret because he’d miss supper and Frodo was afraid that Uncle Thorin had fallen into the River and the River was a Bad Thing, because it took away Frodo’s Ma and Da and he was very sad for a long time because of that.  Sometimes Uncle Thorin would get lost in his own mind and Uncle Bilbo would worry because “my dear Frodo, your Uncle Thorin has led a very hard life and there are hard memories to go with it and they make him sad, sometimes.” 

Frodo resolved that he would make sure his Dwarrow Uncle didn’t get lost in the Shire and didn’t get lost in his own head, because he was, just like Cousins Fili and Kili, a very good and very proper nephew and what kind of nephew would he be if he didn’t take care of his Uncles? 

And so it was that little Frodo Baggins made sure that Uncle Thorin would always find his way home.

wooot pppl are making fics~

asdfghjkl this is the most adorable thing on earth


segomyeggo:

kateoplis:

As of the 2010 census, the United States consists of 11,078,300 Census Blocks. Of them, 4,871,270 blocks totaling 4.61 million square kilometers were reported to have no population living inside them. Despite having a population of more than 310 million people, 47 percent of the USA remains unoccupied.

Green shading indicates unoccupied Census Blocks. A single inhabitant is enough to omit a block from shading.”

Nobody Lives Here

Lol Utah