Thursday, September 18, 2014
– SMALLHEROSIX’S BIG HERO GIVEAWAY –
Hey there, everyone! So thanks to an amazing app called Featurepoints, I’ve been able to make a bit of extra cash! (You can read about that here.) And I’ve decided it was time to do a giveaway!
- Baymax Plush
- Hiro Hamada Action Figure
- Big Hero 6 Tri-fold Journal
- Mickey Mouse Pen and Sticky Note pad (purchased at Disney World and both unused)
- Pin-back Button featuring Elsa from Once Upon a Time
- Must be following me
- Reblogs only
- You can reblog as much as you like (but try not to spam your followers)
- Please send questions off anon so I can reply privately
- There will be ONE winner (Ships worldwide)
- The giveaway ends on November 8th.
- I will message the winner and they will have 48 hours to reply. If I don’t hear back in those 48 hours, a new winner will be selected. (I will send multiple messages if I don’t hear back, just to be sure the message wasn’t eaten.)
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
rtd era meme • [1/1] companion • donna noble
"What am I supposed to do? I'm nothing special. I mean, I— I'm not... I'm nothing special. I'm a temp! I'm not even that. I'm nothing."
Donna Noble, you're the most important woman in the whole of creation.”
How ship wars seems to be between Captain swan and Swan queen shippers
This is the exact thing as when you’re trying to get white people to understand and sympathize with the struggles of people of color. You literally have to tell them: “What if that was you or your sister/brother/parent? What if you were in their shoes?” It’s not until they see themselves in that situation that they can have sympathy. Like I saw this ad for international aid a while ago where they had replaced the “poor starving african stereotype” with white people in some sort of pathetic attempt to make them feel bad. Is that what it takes for you to understand other people’s struggles? Seeing yourself in their place? You can’t just sympathize with them because you’re a human being with feelings?
“You came early into this world. You were such a wee thing. Oh, so frail, so fragile. I feared you wouldn’t make it. But your father… He never doubted. He always said you’d become the strongest of them all. And he was r i g h t.”
The World’s Most Wonderful Bookstores!
Poplar Kid’s Republic
Shakespeare & Co. Antiquarian Books
Cook and Book
El Ateneo Grand Splendid
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Storybrooke has frozen over.
(More posters here.)