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thegodofhellfire:

dear ben & jerry, please make this…

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unclefather:

when u accidentally open ur front camera and ur sitting there like

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tastefullyoffensive:

Awkward Moment Seal [x]

Previously: Best of ‘Business Baby’

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marvelobsessions:

remember when the avengers was new?

remember how exciting it was to finally have some of our favorite superheros interacting in one movie?

remember getting chills during this scene?

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remember feeling like a superhero when the screen went black and the credit music came on?

Please never forget how special The Avengers is. 

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"You should kiss the ground you walk on if you were born in this country— take it from an old man who once had to wear the Star of David on his shirt. There’s a safety to living in such a diverse place. It’s much more difficult to brainwash a population that is composed of so many different nationalities and so many different viewpoints."

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assangistan:

MUST READ: Julian Assange between four walls

by Francois Labrouillere translated from French via http://www.parismatch.com

Threatened by the United States, the creator of WikiLeaks is confined for two years in a room at the Embassy of Ecuador in London. He received y Eva Joly.

15 square meters where he lives as a recluse since June 2012 have been invaded by computers and electronic equipment. At 3 Hans Crescent , London, in the tiny office at his disposal by the Embassy of Ecuador, corner fireplace is blocked by a table where a Mac and enthroned three screens for video editing . Nearby are placed Sony high definition professional camera Canon 5D camera. On the other side of the room , hung against the wall, a green background is for special effects. It is bordered by a battery of projectors giving the appearance of a local studio. Everywhere books, folders and storage boxes. Assisted by a young colleague of his company Sunshine Press Productions, it is in this “cool” decor that Julian Assange , founder of WikiLeaks , welcomes guests as three times the former judge Eva Joly.

Smiling, short beard fashionable T-shirt and black jeans , activist Internet does not seem too experienced these six hundred and fifty days where he remained cloistered , unable to leave the sunlight. But her figure has thinned , his face widened , her complexion and her hair look even paler than before. Severe air, he speaks in a slow voice , staring at his interlocutor. His family is worried about his deteriorating health .

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In this virtual prison, under the protection of Ecuador, a small country in Latin America that offers him political asylum , Assange claims not find the time to get bored. ” Imagine you , like me, the target of the superpowers of the world and responsible for making an international organization such as WikiLeaks turn … It does not leave you much free time , he quips . I have no other way than work. To resist the attacks of which I am the object, it must be very concentrated , exercise self-discipline . In my small space, I am very organized . “

With its computer equipment, old programmer can stay in touch with his many loyal via Skype , social networks or his WikiLeaks WebTV Channel. “I remain primarily a journalist and editor fighting for freedom of expression,” he proclaims . Despite his imprisonment , despite the blocking of accounts by Visa , MasterCard, PayPal or Bank of America companies , his pride is to have managed to keep WikiLeaks afloat. “Since we released the confidential U.S. diplomatic dispatches in 2010 , WikiLeaks is the target of the Pentagon and the White House , he said. Around the world , newspapers or publishers who have published these revelations were attacked. Some went bankrupt. But the actions of the CIA, the FBI or the U.S. State Department were not enough to kill us. WikiLeaks survives. The organization is even in good financial health. “

With an obsession bordering on paranoia, another concern is the safety of Assange . When he welcomes us into his office , cell , he asked us not to take pictures of furniture or its computer , so you do not deliver clues that could be used by its enemies. Then he led us to the window overlooking dependencies Harrods . “Look, there in the grand circular staircase glass … A policeman on duty day and night to watch me. ” On the work table Assange , next to the keyboard of his computer, opened one of his favorite books , ” 1984 ” , the novel by George Orwell described so presciently in 1949 , the dangers of totalitarian society where citizens are under surveillance. On the neighboring shelf prominently ” The Whitehall Mandarin ,” a novel by British Intelligence Edward Wilson revealing the secret methods of U.S. services to preserve the dominance of the United States on the world …

With its computer equipment, old programmer can stay in touch with his many loyal via Skype , social networks or his WikiLeaks WebTV Channel. “I remain primarily a journalist and editor fighting for freedom of expression,” he proclaims . Despite his imprisonment , despite the blocking of accounts by Visa , MasterCard, PayPal or Bank of America companies , his pride is to have managed to keep WikiLeaks afloat. “Since we released the confidential U.S. diplomatic dispatches in 2010 , WikiLeaks is the target of the Pentagon and the White House , he said. Around the world , newspapers or publishers who have published these revelations were attacked. Some went bankrupt. But the actions of the CIA, the FBI or the U.S. State Department were not enough to kill us. WikiLeaks survives. The organization is even in good financial health. “

With an obsession bordering on paranoia, another concern is the safety of Assange . When he welcomes us into his office , cell , he asked us not to take pictures of furniture or its computer , so you do not deliver clues that could be used by its enemies. Then he led us to the window overlooking dependencies Harrods . “Look, there in the grand circular staircase glass … A policeman on duty day and night to watch me. ” On the work table Assange , next to the keyboard of his computer, opened one of his favorite books , ” 1984 ” , the novel by George Orwell described so presciently in 1949 , the dangers of totalitarian society where citizens are under surveillance. On the neighboring shelf prominently ” The Whitehall Mandarin ,” a novel by British Intelligence Edward Wilson revealing the secret methods of U.S. services to preserve the dominance of the United States on the world …

With its computer equipment, old programmer can stay in touch with his many loyal via Skype , social networks or his WikiLeaks WebTV Channel. “I remain primarily a journalist and editor fighting for freedom of expression,” he proclaims . Despite his imprisonment , despite the blocking of accounts by Visa , MasterCard, PayPal or Bank of America companies , his pride is to have managed to keep WikiLeaks afloat. “Since we released the confidential U.S. diplomatic dispatches in 2010 , WikiLeaks is the target of the Pentagon and the White House , he said. Around the world , newspapers or publishers who have published these revelations were attacked. Some went bankrupt. But the actions of the CIA, the FBI or the U.S. State Department were not enough to kill us. WikiLeaks survives. The organization is even in good financial health. “

With an obsession bordering on paranoia, another concern is the safety of Assange . When he welcomes us into his office , cell , he asked us not to take pictures of furniture or its computer , so you do not deliver clues that could be used by its enemies. Then he led us to the window overlooking dependencies Harrods . “Look, there in the grand circular staircase glass … A policeman on duty day and night to watch me. ” On the work table Assange , next to the keyboard of his computer, opened one of his favorite books , ” 1984 ” , the novel by George Orwell described so presciently in 1949 , the dangers of totalitarian society where citizens are under surveillance. On the neighboring shelf prominently ” The Whitehall Mandarin ,” a novel by British Intelligence Edward Wilson revealing the secret methods of U.S. services to preserve the dominance of the United States on the world …