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I didn’t take any pictures during my birthday, so instead enjoy this picture of two toy dragons going to pound town. #HappyBirthday #30 #fun #lol #funny #goodtimes #me #self #friends #wtf #weird #toys #dragons

I didn’t take any pictures during my birthday, so instead enjoy this picture of two toy dragons going to pound town. #HappyBirthday #30 #fun #lol #funny #goodtimes #me #self #friends #wtf #weird #toys #dragons

obiwanskenobi:

I think the first thing that makes Stanley Kubrick so special was that he was a chameleon. He never made the same picture twice. Every single picture is a different genre, a different period, a different story, a different risk. - Steven Spielberg

Happy Birthday, Stanley Kubrick! | July 26th, 1928 - March 7, 1999

willsmiff:

kayleyhyde:

We all know that feeling, vending machine

#i am also full of snacks and darkness

willsmiff:

kayleyhyde:

We all know that feeling, vending machine

bjerk:

can’t let the people’s elbow get dirty

imagineeringdisney:

Great color photo of Disneyland Opening Day: 
pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 17, 1955:  Disneyland Theme Park Opens in California
On this day in 1955, Disneyland Park opened its gates to 28,000 people, half of whom entered using counterfeit tickets. The day was marked by numerous disasters including: heavy traffic, extremely high temperatures, a shortage of food, and a gas leak. For over a decade, Walt Disney and his executives referred to this day as “Black Sunday,” declaring that the official opening day was the following day, July 18. 
The $17 million theme park in Anaheim, California was the only theme park to be designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney.
Learn about the early beginnings of the cartoonist who gave the world Mickey Mouse and Disneyland.
Photo: Children running through gate of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle at Walt Disney’s theme park, Disneyland, July 1955 (Photo by Allan Grant/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images).

imagineeringdisney:

Great color photo of Disneyland Opening Day: 

pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 17, 1955:  Disneyland Theme Park Opens in California

On this day in 1955, Disneyland Park opened its gates to 28,000 people, half of whom entered using counterfeit tickets. The day was marked by numerous disasters including: heavy traffic, extremely high temperatures, a shortage of food, and a gas leak. For over a decade, Walt Disney and his executives referred to this day as “Black Sunday,” declaring that the official opening day was the following day, July 18. 

The $17 million theme park in Anaheim, California was the only theme park to be designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney.

Learn about the early beginnings of the cartoonist who gave the world Mickey Mouse and Disneyland.

Photo: Children running through gate of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle at Walt Disney’s theme park, Disneyland, July 1955 (Photo by Allan Grant/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images).

reversingyourpolarity:

Anxiety is like perpetually hearing the boss/enemy music but never seeing the threat.