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i am daenerys stormborn. your masters may have told you lies about me, or they may have told you nothing. it does not matter. i have nothing to say to them. i speak only to you. first, i went to astapor. those who were slaves in astapor, now stand behind me, f r e e. next i went to yunkai. those who were slaves in yunkai, now stand behind me, f r e e. now i have come to meereen. i am not your enemy. your enemy is beside you. your enemy steals and murders your children. your enemy has nothing for you but chains and suffering, and commands. i do not bring you commands.

                 i  b r i n g   y o u   a   c h o i c e.

(Source: lastisle)

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kylejthompson:

I found a ghost town while driving though the midwest. I spent the day wading through dead grass and exploring the vacant homes.  A rusty water tower lay on the outskirts of the town and the yards were littered with old cars.
 New life took over the town.  Birds had built nests in many of the homes and there was a dead lamb in one.  As it grew dark it began to rain.  I picked the house with the cleanest bed and slept inside as I listened to rain drip through holes in the ceiling and patter on the roof.  I woke up early to the sounds of raccoons near me on the stairs.

fallout irl

This is actually really scary once you think about it. There are newspapers and lightbulbs and a painting on the desk in the second picture. There’s a trailer in the fourth, along with numerous cars. There are pots and personal effects in the second to last, and the place is trashed. What made everyone leave in such a hurry that they didn’t have time to grab what was dear to them, or even leave in their cars? Why would they leave them there, and not even consider driving away? What madness inflicted all of the residents to simply leave, without taking anything?

well living in the midwest is a good reason to leave

There’s lots of these places in rural areas of the Midwest. It’s just life. Nothing odd or foreboding about it. Someone lived there a long time, then passed away or had to go into a home. Family doesn’t have the money or time to clean up the place to sell, but doesn’t have the heart to have someone else clear out all those memories… It’s too painful to see grandma and grandpas roof falling down. If you leave it there, you can still pretend they still live there.
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robotsandfrippary:

cowabara:

lavastormsw:

darrynek:

kylejthompson:

I found a ghost town while driving though the midwest. I spent the day wading through dead grass and exploring the vacant homes.  A rusty water tower lay on the outskirts of the town and the yards were littered with old cars.
 New life took over the town.  Birds had built nests in many of the homes and there was a dead lamb in one.  As it grew dark it began to rain.  I picked the house with the cleanest bed and slept inside as I listened to rain drip through holes in the ceiling and patter on the roof.  I woke up early to the sounds of raccoons near me on the stairs.

fallout irl

This is actually really scary once you think about it. There are newspapers and lightbulbs and a painting on the desk in the second picture. There’s a trailer in the fourth, along with numerous cars. There are pots and personal effects in the second to last, and the place is trashed. What made everyone leave in such a hurry that they didn’t have time to grab what was dear to them, or even leave in their cars? Why would they leave them there, and not even consider driving away? What madness inflicted all of the residents to simply leave, without taking anything?

well living in the midwest is a good reason to leave

There’s lots of these places in rural areas of the Midwest. It’s just life. Nothing odd or foreboding about it. Someone lived there a long time, then passed away or had to go into a home. Family doesn’t have the money or time to clean up the place to sell, but doesn’t have the heart to have someone else clear out all those memories… It’s too painful to see grandma and grandpas roof falling down. If you leave it there, you can still pretend they still live there.
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robotsandfrippary:

cowabara:

lavastormsw:

darrynek:

kylejthompson:

I found a ghost town while driving though the midwest. I spent the day wading through dead grass and exploring the vacant homes.  A rusty water tower lay on the outskirts of the town and the yards were littered with old cars.
 New life took over the town.  Birds had built nests in many of the homes and there was a dead lamb in one.  As it grew dark it began to rain.  I picked the house with the cleanest bed and slept inside as I listened to rain drip through holes in the ceiling and patter on the roof.  I woke up early to the sounds of raccoons near me on the stairs.

fallout irl

This is actually really scary once you think about it. There are newspapers and lightbulbs and a painting on the desk in the second picture. There’s a trailer in the fourth, along with numerous cars. There are pots and personal effects in the second to last, and the place is trashed. What made everyone leave in such a hurry that they didn’t have time to grab what was dear to them, or even leave in their cars? Why would they leave them there, and not even consider driving away? What madness inflicted all of the residents to simply leave, without taking anything?

well living in the midwest is a good reason to leave

There’s lots of these places in rural areas of the Midwest. It’s just life. Nothing odd or foreboding about it. Someone lived there a long time, then passed away or had to go into a home. Family doesn’t have the money or time to clean up the place to sell, but doesn’t have the heart to have someone else clear out all those memories… It’s too painful to see grandma and grandpas roof falling down. If you leave it there, you can still pretend they still live there.
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robotsandfrippary:

cowabara:

lavastormsw:

darrynek:

kylejthompson:

I found a ghost town while driving though the midwest. I spent the day wading through dead grass and exploring the vacant homes.  A rusty water tower lay on the outskirts of the town and the yards were littered with old cars.
 New life took over the town.  Birds had built nests in many of the homes and there was a dead lamb in one.  As it grew dark it began to rain.  I picked the house with the cleanest bed and slept inside as I listened to rain drip through holes in the ceiling and patter on the roof.  I woke up early to the sounds of raccoons near me on the stairs.

fallout irl

This is actually really scary once you think about it. There are newspapers and lightbulbs and a painting on the desk in the second picture. There’s a trailer in the fourth, along with numerous cars. There are pots and personal effects in the second to last, and the place is trashed. What made everyone leave in such a hurry that they didn’t have time to grab what was dear to them, or even leave in their cars? Why would they leave them there, and not even consider driving away? What madness inflicted all of the residents to simply leave, without taking anything?

well living in the midwest is a good reason to leave

There’s lots of these places in rural areas of the Midwest. It’s just life. Nothing odd or foreboding about it. Someone lived there a long time, then passed away or had to go into a home. Family doesn’t have the money or time to clean up the place to sell, but doesn’t have the heart to have someone else clear out all those memories… It’s too painful to see grandma and grandpas roof falling down. If you leave it there, you can still pretend they still live there.
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robotsandfrippary:

cowabara:

lavastormsw:

darrynek:

kylejthompson:

I found a ghost town while driving though the midwest. I spent the day wading through dead grass and exploring the vacant homes.  A rusty water tower lay on the outskirts of the town and the yards were littered with old cars.
 New life took over the town.  Birds had built nests in many of the homes and there was a dead lamb in one.  As it grew dark it began to rain.  I picked the house with the cleanest bed and slept inside as I listened to rain drip through holes in the ceiling and patter on the roof.  I woke up early to the sounds of raccoons near me on the stairs.

fallout irl

This is actually really scary once you think about it. There are newspapers and lightbulbs and a painting on the desk in the second picture. There’s a trailer in the fourth, along with numerous cars. There are pots and personal effects in the second to last, and the place is trashed. What made everyone leave in such a hurry that they didn’t have time to grab what was dear to them, or even leave in their cars? Why would they leave them there, and not even consider driving away? What madness inflicted all of the residents to simply leave, without taking anything?

well living in the midwest is a good reason to leave

There’s lots of these places in rural areas of the Midwest. It’s just life. Nothing odd or foreboding about it. Someone lived there a long time, then passed away or had to go into a home. Family doesn’t have the money or time to clean up the place to sell, but doesn’t have the heart to have someone else clear out all those memories… It’s too painful to see grandma and grandpas roof falling down. If you leave it there, you can still pretend they still live there.
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robotsandfrippary:

cowabara:

lavastormsw:

darrynek:

kylejthompson:

I found a ghost town while driving though the midwest. I spent the day wading through dead grass and exploring the vacant homes.  A rusty water tower lay on the outskirts of the town and the yards were littered with old cars.
 New life took over the town.  Birds had built nests in many of the homes and there was a dead lamb in one.  As it grew dark it began to rain.  I picked the house with the cleanest bed and slept inside as I listened to rain drip through holes in the ceiling and patter on the roof.  I woke up early to the sounds of raccoons near me on the stairs.

fallout irl

This is actually really scary once you think about it. There are newspapers and lightbulbs and a painting on the desk in the second picture. There’s a trailer in the fourth, along with numerous cars. There are pots and personal effects in the second to last, and the place is trashed. What made everyone leave in such a hurry that they didn’t have time to grab what was dear to them, or even leave in their cars? Why would they leave them there, and not even consider driving away? What madness inflicted all of the residents to simply leave, without taking anything?

well living in the midwest is a good reason to leave

There’s lots of these places in rural areas of the Midwest. It’s just life. Nothing odd or foreboding about it. Someone lived there a long time, then passed away or had to go into a home. Family doesn’t have the money or time to clean up the place to sell, but doesn’t have the heart to have someone else clear out all those memories… It’s too painful to see grandma and grandpas roof falling down. If you leave it there, you can still pretend they still live there.
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robotsandfrippary:

cowabara:

lavastormsw:

darrynek:

kylejthompson:

I found a ghost town while driving though the midwest. I spent the day wading through dead grass and exploring the vacant homes.  A rusty water tower lay on the outskirts of the town and the yards were littered with old cars.

 New life took over the town.  Birds had built nests in many of the homes and there was a dead lamb in one.  As it grew dark it began to rain.  I picked the house with the cleanest bed and slept inside as I listened to rain drip through holes in the ceiling and patter on the roof.  I woke up early to the sounds of raccoons near me on the stairs.

fallout irl

This is actually really scary once you think about it. There are newspapers and lightbulbs and a painting on the desk in the second picture. There’s a trailer in the fourth, along with numerous cars. There are pots and personal effects in the second to last, and the place is trashed. What made everyone leave in such a hurry that they didn’t have time to grab what was dear to them, or even leave in their cars? Why would they leave them there, and not even consider driving away? What madness inflicted all of the residents to simply leave, without taking anything?

well living in the midwest is a good reason to leave

There’s lots of these places in rural areas of the Midwest. It’s just life. Nothing odd or foreboding about it. Someone lived there a long time, then passed away or had to go into a home. Family doesn’t have the money or time to clean up the place to sell, but doesn’t have the heart to have someone else clear out all those memories… It’s too painful to see grandma and grandpas roof falling down. If you leave it there, you can still pretend they still live there.

thiscouldbeashipwreck:

After River opened the doors - to the amazement of the Doctor - she commented to him, “Now pull yourself together - you’re embarrassing me.”

River then slapped the Doctor across the face, but her hand just passed through him, and she was left ruminating, “Well that’s not as much fun as it used to be.”

As she strode off, the Doctor put his hand to his cheek.

- Edited scene from The Name of the Doctor, DWM guide to the 2013 series

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