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Anonymous asked: okay so i was following you just bc i like watching you shut twats down a few times a day. i reblogged something from you and a johnlock shipper sent me 4 messages telling me how it IS canon, i'm scum, you're scum, john loves sherlock, and i obv don't watch the show. so i sat down for like 7 hours and watched sherlock what im getting at is "are you gay, john" "no" *gets married to a woman* and *moriarty flirts with sherlock* *sherlock is an ass to john* so like???? am i fucking missing something

ben-c:

this is such a perfect summation of everything no you’re missing nothing they’re just fucking desperate

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Hmmmm maybe the reason black people on here don’t talk about Asian struggles is because 1. It’s not our place too and 2.theres Asian bloggers who actually know what the fuck they’re talk about ??? Why would I talk about shit I don’t know

lmao someone on facebook was like you never talk about asians facing racism and its like ? the best i can do is post a link like what do you want from me

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uispeccoll:
Miniature Monday!  (I made it…).
This tiny mini blank book is chained to its larger relative, and fits in the little recess in the cover. 
Statement from the artist’s website: (Click here!)
"Until fairly recently all books were prized possessions — medieval libraries chained books to the shelves to prevent theft. In those days each volume was crafted with precision, elaborately decorated and embellished with precious stones and metals. I aim to make my books just as precious as those medieval manuscripts."
[Chained book on a book].  [Asheville, NC : Dan Essig, 1999]
Catalog: N7433.4.E55 C5 1999a 
See all of our Miniature Monday posts.

uispeccoll:

Miniature Monday!  (I made it…).

This tiny mini blank book is chained to its larger relative, and fits in the little recess in the cover. 

Statement from the artist’s website: (Click here!)

"Until fairly recently all books were prized possessions — medieval libraries chained books to the shelves to prevent theft. In those days each volume was crafted with precision, elaborately decorated and embellished with precious stones and metals. I aim to make my books just as precious as those medieval manuscripts."

[Chained book on a book].  [Asheville, NC : Dan Essig, 1999]

Catalog: N7433.4.E55 C5 1999a 

See all of our Miniature Monday posts.

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