the state of vermont
hope4melove:

Manchester, Vermont ~ August 23, 2014

hope4melove:

Manchester, Vermont ~ August 23, 2014

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nowyoukno:

Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

nowyoukno:

Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

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310topetaluma:

073114 - Vermont is so pretty.   

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Burlington, VT

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tulipnight:

Reflective Waters by Dino Sokocevic on Flickr.

tulipnight:

Reflective Waters by Dino Sokocevic on Flickr.

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strangeinterlinks:

Photos of marble quarries in Vermont

strangeinterlinks:

Photos of marble quarries in Vermont

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staaycee:

Reardon’s Crossing in Wilmington, Vermont 

staaycee:

Reardon’s Crossing in Wilmington, Vermont 

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tulipnight:

Untitled by Putneypics on Flickr.

tulipnight:

Untitled by Putneypics on Flickr.

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[On recent events.]

aboveaveragestate:

I don’t usually get involved in this kind of stuff, as I honestly have no patience for it— but I have some things I wanna say.

First off, there’s a huge difference between ic drama that happens on its own and intentionally starting shit to make your character the center of attention. Repeatedly. Ic drama is okay— in moderation. After a while, it’s just draining and not fun anymore. 

Second, Kimi already said most of what needs to be said, but the bottom line is that roleplay is meant to be fun. This is a hobby. We don’t get paid for pouring hours of research and thought into our characters. Everyone had their own reasons for coming to this community, whether it be escapism, a love of history, just for fun, etc. 

Don’t make roleplay a chore for someone. Be kind and treat others the way you want to be treated. And if someone’s making you feel like shit, tell them. No one deserves to be put down for the sake of drama, whether it’s in or out of character.

There’s no excuse for being cruel to people. If you’re bullying someone for the sake of drama, you should be ashamed of yourself.