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Fire & Passion

I finally found the best way to describe this blog well like two but still

1. A Sailor moon blog for very depressed people who occasionally like to try and be healthy

2.An extremely depressing sailor moon blog with bonus fitness and health posts

Also I am part of the Sailor Moon Directory: www.thesailormoondirectory.tumblr.com
Apr 23 '14

One of the few times I approve of his dopey face

Apr 23 '14

glee pays tribute to ‘Funny Girl’

Apr 23 '14

yamino:

Is this an ad for the new Kingdom Hearts game?

Note sure what I was expecting

Apr 23 '14
Apr 23 '14

(Source: leawrence)

Apr 23 '14

(Source: myximenablogg)

Apr 23 '14

moonwhing:

Let me remind you just how wrong you are!
What- I don’t know what you’re talking abou-
BURNING—!

So I took one look at that Earth Day message and lost myself to a multiple day project. A project that was quickly derailed by drawing badass angry ladies. So the rest is kind of rushed. I needed this out of my system.

Apr 23 '14
Apr 23 '14
Apr 23 '14

globalpost:

CUERNAVACA, Mexico — Once the plutocrats’ plague, kidnapping for ransom in Mexico has gone decidedly mass market.

Shopkeepers and family physicians, carpenters and taxi drivers: All have been targeted in recent years as minions of young criminals enter a trade long run by guerrillas and gangland bosses. That puts Mexico, along with Colombia andVenezuela, among the world’s most kidnap-prone countries.

President Enrique Peña Nieto, 16 months into a six-year term, has struggled to meet his promises to dramatically lessen the crime. Both abductions and extortion continue to soar even as his government’s campaign against crime syndicates impacts drug profits and gang discipline weakens as kingpins are killed or captured.

Many wealthy Mexicans have long hired bodyguards and taken other security precautions, making them harder to get. The typical profile of kidnappers, meanwhile, is becoming younger and less sophisticated — more willing to favor quick paydays over substantial ones.

That’s making Mexico’s middle class, and even the working poor, the criminals’ targets of choice.

Even the 99 percent get kidnapped in Mexico

Photo by AFP/Getty Images