I got the idea from our family’s plant book.
The place where we recorded those things you cannot trust to memory.

We also want to share with you the sorrows of your losses. The tributes of this district were brave and noble warriors, who brought honor to their families and pride to their people. We are all of us, united, both victors and vanquished, in serving a common purpose. The power, and glory of the Capitol. Panem today, Panem tomorrow, Panem forever.

Jena Malone talks about her little sister’s reaction when she called her to say she got to play Johanna Mason in Catching Fire


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"If we introduce kids to these ideas earlier, we could get a dialogue about war going earlier and possibly it would lead to more solutions. I just feel it isn’t discussed, not the way it should be. I think that’s because it’s uncomfortable for people. It’s not pleasant to talk about. I know from my experience that we are quite capable of understanding things and processing them at an early age."

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President Snow Probably (via mellarkish)

Finnick Odair is something of a living legend in Panem. Since he won the Sixty-Fifth Hunger Games when he was only fourteen, he’s still one of the youngest victors. Being from District 4, he was a Career, so the odds were already in his favor, but what no trainer could claim to have given him was his extraordinary beauty. Tall, athletic, with golden skin and bronze-colored hair and those incredible eyes.