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fatalscroll:

Coded Edge F/W 2014-15

fatalscroll:

Coded Edge F/W 2014-15

prettyboyshyflizzy:

lenoiire:

akitooo:

coooooooooooooulson:

videohall:

Fastest way to get through a border patrol checkpoint

are you fuckingkidding me

hahahahalmao

LMFAO NAH

LMAO!!

o-8:

In addition to sharing a table with LAVAPunch at San Diego Comic Con this year (Table 1635), Animoose, Kinuko,and I will be at the Geek & Sundry Lounge, at Jolt n’ Joes (379 4th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101 (J Street)) 
http://geekandsundry.com/view/geek-sundry-is-coming-to-comic-con
Check out the schedule here!
http://geekandsundry.com/view/sdcc-2014-geek-sundry-lounge-schedule1
We’ll be there in the Sundry Room on Friday, July 25 in the morning. I’ll be there from 11:30 - 1, Kinuko 12 - 3, and Richard from 2 - 5. We’ll be drawing live on the Microsoft Surface Pro 3, and Skullgirls will be playable all day there. Stop on by!

o-8:

In addition to sharing a table with LAVAPunch at San Diego Comic Con this year (Table 1635), Animoose, Kinuko,and I will be at the Geek & Sundry Lounge, at Jolt n’ Joes (379 4th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101 (J Street)) 

http://geekandsundry.com/view/geek-sundry-is-coming-to-comic-con

Check out the schedule here!

http://geekandsundry.com/view/sdcc-2014-geek-sundry-lounge-schedule1

We’ll be there in the Sundry Room on Friday, July 25 in the morning. I’ll be there from 11:30 - 1, Kinuko 12 - 3, and Richard from 2 - 5. We’ll be drawing live on the Microsoft Surface Pro 3, and Skullgirls will be playable all day there. Stop on by!

zevransbutt:

bioware:

  • lesbian archer elf with cute ass pixie cut
  • gay mage with mustache trying to fix his home nation
  • warrior lady with cute accent and hero worship who takes no shit 
  • bisexual freckled antivan diplomat lady with strong eyebrow game
  • bald elf mage hippie nerd
  • kickass fabulous horn-wearing mage lady
  • pansexual horned bara with ptsd

ubisoft

  • white french/austrian dude
  • ???
  • an extra hour in the ball pit

leknope:

You promise never to leave me? Do you promise to never leave this baby that we’re having? I promise. I do. Do you promise to stop talking about your ability to find or not find my vagina after I give birth? I do. Do you promise to let me cobble - carve - to carve in my spare time and teach our daughter the lore of the great Mississippi? I do. Do you promise never to develop a thing for seahorses? I do. Good. Do you promise to let our daughter be fat or skinny or any weight at all because we want her to be happy no matter what? Being obsessed with weight is just too cliche for our daughter. Yes, I do. Do you promise, when she talks, you’ll listen? Like really listen? Especially when she’s scared? And that her fights will be your fights? I do. And do you promise that if I die some embarrassing and boring death that you’re gonna tell our daughter that her father was killed by Russian soldiers in this intense hand to hand combat in an attempt to save the lives of 850 Chechnyan orphans? Yes. Chechnyan orphans. I do. 

Away We Go (2009)

whofeykingcares:

Away We Go (2009)

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rhamphotheca:

A Watery, Extraterrestrial Ocean Is Submerged Beneath Enceladus’s Blankets of Ice
by Allison Eck
Move over, Mars. In the search for extraterrestrial life, moons are now in the limelight.
Enceladus, one of the Ringed Planet’s icy and austere orbiters has been on astronomers’ shortlist of potential hosts of alien life, especially since they discovered geysers of ice crystals shooting out of its south pole in 2005. They hypothesized that a deep ocean the size of Lake Superior sits underneath its highly tectonic and veiny surface, potentially feeding those gushers.
Normally, liquid water couldn’t exist that far out in the solar system, but the gravitational pull of Enceladus’s neighbor, Dione, bends the icy moon’s outer layer, creating heat through friction. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has repeatedly flown by the surface of Enceladus to better understand the temperature dynamics that create these explosive geysers…
(read more: Nova Next - PBS)

rhamphotheca:

A Watery, Extraterrestrial Ocean Is Submerged Beneath Enceladus’s Blankets of Ice

by Allison Eck

Move over, Mars. In the search for extraterrestrial life, moons are now in the limelight.

Enceladus, one of the Ringed Planet’s icy and austere orbiters has been on astronomers’ shortlist of potential hosts of alien life, especially since they discovered geysers of ice crystals shooting out of its south pole in 2005. They hypothesized that a deep ocean the size of Lake Superior sits underneath its highly tectonic and veiny surface, potentially feeding those gushers.

Normally, liquid water couldn’t exist that far out in the solar system, but the gravitational pull of Enceladus’s neighbor, Dione, bends the icy moon’s outer layer, creating heat through friction. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has repeatedly flown by the surface of Enceladus to better understand the temperature dynamics that create these explosive geysers…

(read more: Nova Next - PBS)

High saturation

High saturation

caelas:

saying feminism is unnecessary because you don’t feel oppressed is like saying fire extinguishers are unnecessary because your house isn’t on fire

foxdear:

really love the signage in sonic x

kill-whitepeople:

i’m so glad anime is illegal now

kill-whitepeople:

i’m so glad anime is illegal now

Me: are you really gonna have wine, cheese and cracker for breakfast?

Jessica: … uh yeah