SIGN THIS PETITION Or AT LEAST rEBLOG AND LET OTHErS KNOW!!
I AM NOT SHITTING WITH YOU GUYS. THIS SHIT IS PISSING ME OFF ALREADY. FUCKING SIGN THIS SHIT OR I’LL MAKE SURE I WALK TO MY SERVICE PROVIDER AND SHOTGUN HIM IN THE ANUS IF MY MOTHERFUCKING INTERNET GOES OFF. SOPA AND CISPA HAS BEEN ON MY NERVES TO THE POINT I’M RAGING ABOUT THESE BEING BROUGHT UP AND VALUABLE RESOURCES ARE BEING USED. SIGN THIS SHIT GODDAMMIT
cmon bitches we have work to do
this shit’s going into effect NEXT WEEK unless something is done. the only way to get around it is to switch ISPs and that’s not an option for many people. educate yourself, sign the petition, reblog it, get the word out, PLEASE. shit’s toxic - it can fuck up and flag you for piracy even if you’ve done nothing wrong, it will adversely effect you if anyone using your internet connection gets flagged, one of the penalties is your ISP will slow your internet connection to a fucking crawl for a few days - GET ANGRY ABOUT THIS!
You’re lucky I care more about online freedom than I hate strangers calling me or anyone else a bitch. Can’t anyone make an urgent plea without being nasty to the people you want to help you?
I don’t sign petitions like this (I’m paranoid with personal information), but I’ll signal boost.
Holy shit! Sign this, guys.
Some designs for Annie Cresta… Yep,I had nothing to do in my lunch break in school :P
I’m sorry for the bad quality, and the lined paper :(
It’s just me who thinks her character was so bad explored in the books? I mean… Suzanne created a very interesting story for Finnick and Annie, but she’s mentioned so few times :/
Seriously, someone “confirmed” a date in a one line text post and it has like 5,000 reblogs?
This fandom has to stop being so gullible.
What’s that? You wanted to see three more pics from our exclusive Catching Fire cover story?
Finnick (Sam Claflin) tries to break Katniss’ (Jennifer Lawrence) concentration during training in this exclusive photo from the highly anticipated film.
“Finnick!” Something between a shriek and a cry of joy. A lovely if somewhat bedraggled young woman—dark tangled hair, sea green eyes—runs toward us in nothing but a sheet. “Finnick!” And suddenly, it’s as if there’s no one in the world but these two, crashing through space to reach each other. They collide, enfold, lose their balance, and slam against a wall, where they stay. Clinging into one being. Indivisible.