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katedemedici:

Please stop drawing arbitrary lines in the sand.
Support rights for ALL animals. 
Apr 16, 2014 / 2,267 notes

katedemedici:

Please stop drawing arbitrary lines in the sand.

Support rights for ALL animals. 

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Apr 16, 2014 / 2,572 notes
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starpl:

@gnomgnomych рулит) @plushenkoofficial @rudkovskayaofficial #вгостиповоскресениям
Apr 13, 2014 / 5 notes

starpl:

@gnomgnomych рулит) @plushenkoofficial @rudkovskayaofficial #вгостиповоскресениям

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starpl:

@vshirokov творец !
Apr 13, 2014 / 5 notes

starpl:

@vshirokov творец !

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Apr 4, 2014 / 32,166 notes

ladyofrohan:

I think I am quite ready for another adventure.

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Mar 31, 2014 / 1,114 notes

cadetkiirk:

lotr 30 day challenge (1/30) → favorite hobbit: bilbo baggins

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Mar 31, 2014 / 588 notes
freedomforwhales:

“When the whales at SeaWorld were played a sound recording of a group of whales made at sea, they all stopped moving in their tanks. Then one of them, Corky, began shaking violently. The tape was playing sounds of her family. “I have no idea if this creature shares any feelings that we know as humans, but her reaction reminded me of the times I heard messages from my own family when I was a hostage in Lebanon. I would feel great relief at knowing they were well, but also much sorrow and a sharpened longing to be reunited with them. “What is clear is that Corky could recognize her family’s sounds after years of separation…Knowing only this much I believe it is pointless and cruel to keep these animals apart for commercial reasons - to exploit them for commercial entertainment.” -John McCarthy, journalist
Mar 30, 2014 / 12,315 notes

freedomforwhales:

“When the whales at SeaWorld were played a sound recording of a group of whales made at sea, they all stopped moving in their tanks. Then one of them, Corky, began shaking violently. The tape was playing sounds of her family. “I have no idea if this creature shares any feelings that we know as humans, but her reaction reminded me of the times I heard messages from my own family when I was a hostage in Lebanon. I would feel great relief at knowing they were well, but also much sorrow and a sharpened longing to be reunited with them. “What is clear is that Corky could recognize her family’s sounds after years of separation…Knowing only this much I believe it is pointless and cruel to keep these animals apart for commercial reasons - to exploit them for commercial entertainment.” -John McCarthy, journalist

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