1. lauralrgraphics:




    bless you joker

    you guys missed the point of this monologue. the Joker is a psychotic mass-murderer that repeatedly attempts to blow up or generally destroy the city of Gotham root and branch. He’s saying that he won’t really be punished for THOSE crimes, but TAX EVASION (not paying your shake-down money to the government) WILL get him thrown away for life without a chance of getting out. Essentially, I can murder all the people I want but the second I try to cheat the government outta their shake-down money they’ll take me down.

    This REEKS of political undertones. As does a TON of media that people are too thick to realize. Writers put this sorta thing into just about everything they do, but they do it low-key enough that it can’t be taken as treasonous only fictional and comical.

    This also reminds me a Al Capone. The only time he was incarcerated for more than a week was due to tax evasion. Everyone knew he was responsible for tons of felonies, but he kept everything so well managed that none of the crimes he committed (or had others commit) could be tied to him. At the end of it all, his deeds were well known, but the only reason he went to jail was tax evasion.

    lesson learned, pay your taxes

    (Source: all-batman, via this-extra-hour)


  2. humansofnewyork:

    "I went to work with a fever one day, and I was trying to pull out a screw when the crowbar dislodged and hit me across the face. Two days later, I started to see a pink spray behind my right eye. They tried many surgeries, but over two months, my vision slowly faded to nothing until I was completely blind in the eye. My balance was ruined. I felt dizzy. I could barely walk. I spent $16,000 on surgeries, and then the hospital sued me for $40,000, even though they failed to save my eye. I was so sad and angry at myself, that I did nothing for a year and a half. I lost my house, my car, everything. Then one day, my friend said to me that he had an important job for me to do. And it was a very small job, but he gave me $1,000. He knew I wouldn’t take charity, so this was his way of giving me charity— overpaying me for a job. That was the way he was— Atilla Tetik is his name, from Long Island. And even though the $1,000 was a big help, seeing that I could finish a job made me feel powerful. And I immediately started working again."


  3. instagrarn:

    when you flawlessly rap that verse


    (Source: instagrarn, via mythoughtsarestars)



  5. honorary-fangirl:



    An opinion without 3.14159 is just an onion.

    Guys this isnt even funny. Please stop.

    that took too long to figure out

    (via mythoughtsarestars)


  6. readingaroundthemovies:




    Character development, anyone?

    I never realized how powerful this line is. It’s not just that she’s saying Katniss is beautiful, she’s also saying the people of the capitol aren’t. That their beauty is not real. It’s not beautiful. She’s not beautiful. All the wigs, make up and silly fussy dresses she wears are not beautiful. It’s not real beauty. 

    I can’t explain to you guys how much I love and adore her.

    Effie has been my fav all this time for a reason

    It’s the moment sweet innocent ignorant effie realised

    (Source: swanhook, via this-extra-hour)


  7. sylviasybil:




    no one saw me wear it therefore it is not dirty

    Schrödinger’s laundry

    Alternatively: everyone saw me wear it yesterday, but I own a washing machine so I could’ve washed it since then (I didn’t wash it).

    people saw me wearing it yesterday but there will be different people seeing me today therefore it is not dirty

    (Source: 2460-pun, via this-extra-hour)




  10. » favourite a very potter senior year scenes

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  12. mormondad:

    This is how I stayed alive my senior year


    (Source: willoughbooby, via planetmicaela)


  13. h0odrich:



    i speak spanish let me translate: ?

    (Source: sidnugget, via mythoughtsarestars)



  15. can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

    peter parker’s job is literally selling his selfies to the daily bugle

    (via get-back-to-hogwarts)