Obviously, Bruce never listened to Alfred.

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I love my job, I love my job, I love my job…" - Jim Gordon every single day, probably.

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Stephanie "Queenie" St. Clair, Was Basically The Real Life Fish Mooney From Gotham

marcotheblerd:

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Apparently not alot of people have warmed up to the created for TV show character Fish Mooney, played by the beautiful Jada Pinkett Smith. Some have written that she is out of place, and not in a usual position of mob boss for a person of her gender and race. Others have said that she is over…

You’re quite a survivor. You have no idea.

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blakanubis:

That feeling you get during a dry spell on Tumblr, save for that one sole spike in likes and reblogs.

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robin-scherbatsky:

shout-out to that tumblr user that you can’t believe follows you

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nakamorijuan:

ムーン・シャイン・ソウル  

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jasmined:

With Halloween on the horizon, here is Angie Jordan with an important message.

Yes, I’m re-blogging myself.

YUS.

to all the white people with ideas

That last line.

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So I’m like really excited for Halloween, and decided to do a month long reading theme! All horror, gothic, Halloween-y reads! I won’t get to all of these but this is my list (as of now):

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
Night Shift by Stephen King
We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving
Asylum by Madeline Roux
Sandman, Vol. 1 by Neil Gaiman

Anyone else going to do some spooky reading? Participating in All Hallows Read? I’d love to hear your recommendations and thoughts!

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