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21. English. Very Northern. Working as an IT Analyst. Yes, i have tried turning it off and on again. And i'm a little bit crazy ;]

I BLOODY LOVE CROCHET, ANASTACIA AND BARBRA STREISAND :D

I like being inboxed. So do it :]

I really love musicals.

Tangled. Toy Story. 30 Rock. The L Word. Grey's Anatomy. Bones. The Real L Word. The Mighty Boosh. Rizzoli & Isles. Glee. Adventure Time. Modern Family. Anastacia. Barbra Streisand. Shakira. Lady Gaga. Tegan and Sara. Ingrid Michaelson. Fall Out Boy. UHH. Moulin Rouge. Flashdance. Dirty Dancing. Funny Girl. Brat Pack. Disney. Broadway. Friends. Family. Pretty things. Crochet. Chocolate. Vinyl Records. Nail Art. PS3. Photography. Nail Art. Assassins Creed. Portal. Lego. Jennifer Beals. Tina Fey. Nicole Kidman. Sarah Silverman. Barbra Streisand. Pixar. Tess Gerritsen. Kathy Reichs. Stephen King.

Currently going through a gigantic Barbra Streisand moment. Don't see it coming to an end any time soon and i'm quite glad about it! Love all of her music and films (although there are a couple of questionable films, but we won't go there) and would love to one day very soon see her perform live. If i can achieve even an ounce of what she has in her lifetime so far then i think i'll be a very happy woman!

I'll follow back if i like what you post (:
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nezua:

hardcoregurlz:

Slave gravesite in New York City

“SOMETHING YOUR TOUR GUIDE MIGHT NOT TELL YOU: 
The heart of NYC’s Financial District is built on a huge 18th century African Burial Ground. Some 419 Africans were discovered in 1991, a large portion women and children.
The burial ground extends from Broadway Southward under City Hall, and almost to the site of the former World Trade Center. It is believed that there are as many as 20,000 slavery-era Africans in graves under the buildings in Lower Manhattan. 
Abolish historical amnesia and ponder for a moment the fact that this financial epicenter of the world is built on slavery, oppression, and death.”
Literally, and daily.

nezua:

hardcoregurlz:

Slave gravesite in New York City

“SOMETHING YOUR TOUR GUIDE MIGHT NOT TELL YOU: 

The heart of NYC’s Financial District is built on a huge 18th century African Burial Ground. Some 419 Africans were discovered in 1991, a large portion women and children.

The burial ground extends from Broadway Southward under City Hall, and almost to the site of the former World Trade Center. It is believed that there are as many as 20,000 slavery-era Africans in graves under the buildings in Lower Manhattan. 

Abolish historical amnesia and ponder for a moment the fact that this financial epicenter of the world is built on slavery, oppression, and death.”

Literally, and daily.

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ddarkahn:

Some of Cher’s greatest hits on Twitter.

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janacarson:

Currently sitting in Central Park with @405_brewer and @nanbottle eating the most delicious cookies from Levain Bakery. I cannot imagine this moment being more perfect! 🍪🌲☀️#nyc #centralpark #thecarsonstravel  (at Bow Bridge, Central Park)

janacarson:

Currently sitting in Central Park with @405_brewer and @nanbottle eating the most delicious cookies from Levain Bakery. I cannot imagine this moment being more perfect! 🍪🌲☀️#nyc #centralpark #thecarsonstravel (at Bow Bridge, Central Park)

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Barbra photographed by Lawrence Schiller, 1969.

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sofapizza:

tastefullyoffensive:

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damn pigs

sofapizza:

tastefullyoffensive:

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damn pigs

the-gentle-rain:

Barbra Streisand in London, 1966.
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the-gentle-rain:

Barbra Streisand in London, 1966.

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