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billnaisciguy:

okay here are some full size crops of those color overs I did of the concept art. FEEL FREE TO USE THEM AS TUMBLR ICONS OR RP ICONS??? I made them way back before there was any sort of DVD or cam rip for the movie for my dreamwidth rp account— but yeah. I just happened to stumble upon the PSD.

If you do use them PLEASE reblog or like so I know. Or just reblog/like because u like em’. IDK. it’s ur life.

I can upload the anna ones later in their full size glory. Hans will not be uploaded in full size because those were for a friend and unless you are willing to indulge me in tons and tons of Hans/Elsa RP I am not gonna be colorin anything for u. (◡‿◡✿)

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remember-even-miracles-take-time:

I saw the Mike one…. and I have nothing else to do so I made something…

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How was this question resolved? By another Internet-using lima bean?

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startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.

stunningpicture:

In very rare circumstances it is possible to see a full 360 degree rainbow from an airplane

stunningpicture:

In very rare circumstances it is possible to see a full 360 degree rainbow from an airplane

southpauz:

True story.

When I was in 7th Grade, I almost set an Elementary School on fire while trying to microwave a cookie.

I was working at the concessions stand during a basketball tournament (my team was required to work because the tournament was being hosted in my School district), and, because I was hungry, I decided to use the microwave to heat up my cookie. My teeth were very sore due to me getting dental braces that week, so I decided to microwave it for a minute so it could be really soft.

It set on fire. 

The smoke alarm went off throughout the school.

The sprinkler system went off.

Basketball games that were going on at the time were cancelled.

Everyone had to evacuate the school and wait for the Police and Fire Department to show up. 

I JUST WANTED A COOKIE.

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Anonymous said: As a non-Christian I have a question: Why do Christians wear the cross/crucifixion so proudly if Jesus died on it? You love Jesus, but you use his death as a symbol. So the cross shouldn't really please you?

worshipgifs:

Simply put, the meaning of the cross is death.The cross was an instrument of death by the most torturous and painful of ways. However, because of Christ and His death on the cross, the meaning of the cross is completely different. In Christianity, the cross is the intersection of God’s love and His justice. Jesus Christ is the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world (John 1:29).
Because of Jesus’ atoning sacrifice on the cross, those who place their faith and trust in Him alone for salvation are guaranteed eternal life (John 3:16). However, Jesus called His followers to take up their cross and follow Him (Matthew 16:24).
We must keep in mind that Jesus is calling His disciples to engage in radical self-denial. Remember, the cross meant only one thing to a 1st century person—death. “Whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it” (Matthew 16:25). Galatians reiterates this theme of death of the sinful self and rising to walk in new life through Christ: “I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me” (Galatians 2:20).
Now those who live in the 21st century, particularly in North America and Europe, are probably not going to face severe persecution for being a Christian in our lifetimes. Yet there are places in the world where Christians are being persecuted, even to the point of death, for their faith. They know what it means to carry their cross and follow Jesus. For the rest of us our job is to remain faithful to Christ. We may never be called upon to give the ultimate sacrifice, but we must be willing to do so out of love for the One who saved us and gave His life for us.

If you have time to worry, you have time to pray.

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