riri-lee:

Sakura McDonald’s  
Cheeserland blog : http://cheeserland.com/

riri-lee:

Sakura McDonald’s 

Cheeserland blog : http://cheeserland.com/

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gayerthanjew:

i feel my american-bred sense of entitlement the most when i get annoyed that the ‘united states’ is sorted in alphabetical order on a drop down menu and not just listed at the top

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vxnities:

Sign this Petition for open investigation into Judging Decisions of Women’s Figure Skating and Demand Rejudgement at the Sochi Olympics.  
In a nutshell: Kim Yuna won silver at the Sochi Olympics this year and Adelina Sotnikova, who is a Russian, won gold. What made people so outraged is the fact that one of the judges’ sheets gave Yuna a score of 0 when it was nearly perfect. she still shouldn’t have gotten a 0, even if it’s not a perfect score. Sotnikova, who made a more visible mistake than Kim, received a higher score, which leads to speculation that the judges were biased. signing this petition will mean an investigation into the scores. This was Kim Yuna’s last year competing at the Olympics, because she will be over the age limit. "She never got the points she deserved, and she will never be able to break her ownrecord.” (Via michell Pyo on fb) heartbreaking, when breaking our own record is what drives the majority of the human population. It has to be signed in a few more hours so please hurry and sign! 
https://www.change.org/en-CA/petitions/international-skating-union-isu-open-investigation-into-judging-decisions-of-women-s-figure-skating-and-demand-rejudgement-at-the-sochi-olympics#share

vxnities:

Sign this Petition for open investigation into Judging Decisions of Women’s Figure Skating and Demand Rejudgement at the Sochi Olympics.  

In a nutshell: Kim Yuna won silver at the Sochi Olympics this year and Adelina Sotnikova, who is a Russian, won gold. What made people so outraged is the fact that one of the judges’ sheets gave Yuna a score of 0 when it was nearly perfect. she still shouldn’t have gotten a 0, even if it’s not a perfect score. Sotnikova, who made a more visible mistake than Kim, received a higher score, which leads to speculation that the judges were biased. signing this petition will mean an investigation into the scores. This was Kim Yuna’s last year competing at the Olympics, because she will be over the age limit. "She never got the points she deserved, and she will never be able to break her ownrecord.” (Via michell Pyo on fb) heartbreaking, when breaking our own record is what drives the majority of the human population. It has to be signed in a few more hours so please hurry and sign! 

https://www.change.org/en-CA/petitions/international-skating-union-isu-open-investigation-into-judging-decisions-of-women-s-figure-skating-and-demand-rejudgement-at-the-sochi-olympics#share

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japanlove:

Tokyo Tower, 東京タワー by T.Kiya on Flickr.

japanlove:

Tokyo Tower, 東京タワー by T.Kiya on Flickr.

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  • Rest of the World: Kilometers
  • America: No
  • Rest of the World: Celsius
  • America: No
  • Rest of the World: Daylight savings was last week
  • America: NO
  • Rest of the World: day month year
  • America: No

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sassygraceffa:

And it upsets me that as I record this video #wewillalwayssupportyoujustin is trending on twitter. I wish all the people who were tweeting that right now would be forced to send a tweet to explain to Katie’s family in 140 characters or less why they would quote always support someone who would do something as fundamentally selfish as driving drunk.

- Josh Sundquist [x]

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