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Reblogged from angel-of-broadway  5,097 notes

wejumpedoutawindow:

no1twerkslikegaston:

xxladybugdisney:

forever-tangledup:

I cannot even put into words how many emotions this story makes me feel. It’s so sad and sweet and cute and just plain heartbreaking. It shows us how much of a monster Gothel really was, but it also shows just how strong Eugene and Rapunzel’s bond is. This is how you OTP.

Im so glad no one was home when I read this because I was just sobbing and giggling like an idiot.

OMGGGG THAT LAST PAGE KILLED ME

LOOK AT THAT FUCKING PICTURE. SHE FELL ASLEEP IN HIS LAP AND HE’S CUDDLING HER AND LOOKING AT HER LIKE SHE’S THE MOST PERFECT THING IN THE WORLD (AND SHE IS AFTER ALL). LIKE I JUST CAN’T.

It just goes to show how lonely they both were before they found each other!!!!

DONT TOUCH ME

GOSH, MOTHER GOTHEL WAS SO DEMENTED XD

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liamdryden:

The Ministry of Magic and the wizarding community of Great Britain as a whole have been operating autonomously from the Union for centuries, and have their own thriving economy and currency, and strong relationships with their global counterparts. 

Spokespersons for the Minister for Magic admit she is still “on the fence” about Scotland’s independence bid, weighing up positives such as the ability to cut a deal directly with the Scottish government in tackling the Grindylow overpopulation in the Northern lochs, against controversial negatives such as “[sic] Muggles are hard enough to categorise as it is”.

liamdryden:

The Ministry of Magic and the wizarding community of Great Britain as a whole have been operating autonomously from the Union for centuries, and have their own thriving economy and currency, and strong relationships with their global counterparts.

Spokespersons for the Minister for Magic admit she is still “on the fence” about Scotland’s independence bid, weighing up positives such as the ability to cut a deal directly with the Scottish government in tackling the Grindylow overpopulation in the Northern lochs, against controversial negatives such as “[sic] Muggles are hard enough to categorise as it is”.

butmuhgains:

whiskey-weather:

governmentname:

postracialcomments:


A Texas man is under arrest after gunning down a SWAT team member as the officer quietly tried to climb in through the apartment’s window during predawn hours.
Police State USAreports  that a resident fatally shot Detective Charles “Chuck” Dinwiddie as the officer climbed in through a ground level window as part of a “no knock” raid. The officers were there due to suspicion that residents were in possession of controlled substances.
Upon hearing a noise, resident Marvin Louis Guy, 50, opened fire on the unidentified officers, shooting three others as well, although only one fatally.
Guy is currently being held on capital murder charges in connection with Dinwiddie’s death, even though it’s unclear how Guy was supposed to know that the men crawling in through the window were police officers since they hadn’t identified themselves.
The evidence sheet lists a laptop, a safe, a pistol, and a glass pipe, but no drugs were found. Given the evidence, why did police deem it necessary to seek a “no knock” warrant and why did a judge sign off on it?
Very little is known about Mr. Guy, but Dinwiddie left behind two children, all because his SWAT team went creeping into a home where the residents didn’t even have any drugs. Is that the best use of law enforcement tax dollars?
Guy’s bond has been set at $3 million dollars.

Source
Thank you lieutenantnorals!

way more important than mike brown tbh

I won’t be surprised when he gets the death penalty.
This is the problem with “no knock” warrants. You have the right to defend yourself when someone breaks into your home unannounced.
Unless it’s a cop.
Why no knock warrants exist for low level crimes will never make sense to me. It puts literally everyone involved in extreme danger, from the officers entering, to the “suspect” and everyone in between, including any children in the house. This type of warrant got a man killed for nothing, and after “due process” we’re likely to see another man die for nothing.

Absolutely.
Even ignoring the Fourth Amendment, these only put cops in danger because citizens don’t know until after the fact if it’s a cop or robber. As well as the citizen because he’s going to be approaching a cop with a weapon out.

butmuhgains:

whiskey-weather:

governmentname:

postracialcomments:

A Texas man is under arrest after gunning down a SWAT team member as the officer quietly tried to climb in through the apartment’s window during predawn hours.

Police State USAreports  that a resident fatally shot Detective Charles “Chuck” Dinwiddie as the officer climbed in through a ground level window as part of a “no knock” raid. The officers were there due to suspicion that residents were in possession of controlled substances.

Upon hearing a noise, resident Marvin Louis Guy, 50, opened fire on the unidentified officers, shooting three others as well, although only one fatally.

Guy is currently being held on capital murder charges in connection with Dinwiddie’s death, even though it’s unclear how Guy was supposed to know that the men crawling in through the window were police officers since they hadn’t identified themselves.

The evidence sheet lists a laptop, a safe, a pistol, and a glass pipe, but no drugs were found. Given the evidence, why did police deem it necessary to seek a “no knock” warrant and why did a judge sign off on it?

Very little is known about Mr. Guy, but Dinwiddie left behind two children, all because his SWAT team went creeping into a home where the residents didn’t even have any drugs. Is that the best use of law enforcement tax dollars?

Guy’s bond has been set at $3 million dollars.

Source

Thank you lieutenantnorals!

way more important than mike brown tbh

I won’t be surprised when he gets the death penalty.

This is the problem with “no knock” warrants. You have the right to defend yourself when someone breaks into your home unannounced.

Unless it’s a cop.

Why no knock warrants exist for low level crimes will never make sense to me. It puts literally everyone involved in extreme danger, from the officers entering, to the “suspect” and everyone in between, including any children in the house. This type of warrant got a man killed for nothing, and after “due process” we’re likely to see another man die for nothing.

Absolutely.

Even ignoring the Fourth Amendment, these only put cops in danger because citizens don’t know until after the fact if it’s a cop or robber. As well as the citizen because he’s going to be approaching a cop with a weapon out.