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acannibalisticsandwich:

bengbengwuntwotwah:

whitestuffknowslimits:

heytheretylerr:

WHAT KIND OF WIZARD FISH IS THIS

DUDE THATS A BABY KAIJU

ITS ACTUALLY EATING A LITTLE CREATURE THAT EMITS A CHEMICAL THAT MAKES WATER LIGHT UP WITH BIOLUMINESCENCE COS ITS SCARED OF BEING EATEN AND THEN THE FISH REALISES ITS VISIBLE AND SPITS IT OUT COS IT DOESNT WANT TO BE SEEN BY BIGGER PREDATORS. SO YES ESSENTIALY A WIZARD FISH

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acannibalisticsandwich:

bengbengwuntwotwah:

whitestuffknowslimits:

heytheretylerr:

WHAT KIND OF WIZARD FISH IS THIS

DUDE THATS A BABY KAIJU

ITS ACTUALLY EATING A LITTLE CREATURE THAT EMITS A CHEMICAL THAT MAKES WATER LIGHT UP WITH BIOLUMINESCENCE COS ITS SCARED OF BEING EATEN AND THEN THE FISH REALISES ITS VISIBLE AND SPITS IT OUT COS IT DOESNT WANT TO BE SEEN BY BIGGER PREDATORS. SO YES ESSENTIALY A WIZARD FISH

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subtilitas:

Barclay & Crousse - M6 house, Lima 2013. Photos (C) Cristobal Palma

A message from Anonymous
Why is John Lennon bad

brujabby:

Master Post on Why John Lennon is Shit

So here’s a master post of John Lennon’s shittiness. I added much more info about cultural appropriation in his music. I also submitted this to Your Fave is Problematic

Sexism/abuse

Homophobia and antisemitism

Racism

Ableism

Harassment/bullying/acts of violence

  • Committed various humiliating/violent actstoward strangers and friends: threw knives at people in the audience at concerts, being a violent drunk and getting in fights with friends, etc.; also dubbed Germans at a concert “Nazis” and “Hitlerites”
  • he may have beenresponsible for the death of former bandmate Stuart Sutcliffe, on top of more heinous behavior, including urinating on nuns
  • Edit:there are tons of conflicting accounts of Stuart Sutcliffe’s
    death. There’sthis accountfrom Sutfliffe’s sister that Lennon beat Sutcliffe savagely after learning he was leaving the group—which may or may not have lead to death by complications later (but she alsoclaimsthe beating didn’t lead to his death, but it still did damage). There are other accounts whichclaim that thugs attacked Sutcliffe and gave him the injury or thatSutcliffe fell down a flight of stairs— there were even rumors of it being caused by amphetamine use or a tumor (those seem to be bogus)— we can’t know for sure what the true story is (but it’s not unthinkable that someone with Lennon’s history of abuse would do this)

(via theroguefeminist)

Hooked on a Feeling
Blue Swede

kahdiri:

Ooga-Chaka Ooga-Ooga
Ooga-Chaka Ooga-Ooga
Ooga-Chaka Ooga-Ooga
Ooga-Chaka Ooga-Ooga
Ooga-Chaka Ooga-Ooga

I can’t stop this feeling
Deep inside of me
Girl, you just don’t realize
What you do to me

When you hold me
In your arms so tight
You let me know
Everything’s all right

I’m hooked on a feeling
I’m high on believing
That you’re in love with me

Lips as sweet as candy
Its taste is on my mind
Girl, you got me thirsty
For another cup o’ wine

Got a bug from you girl
But I don’t need no cure
I’ll just stay a victim
If I can for sure

All the good love
When we’re all alone
Keep it up girl
Yeah, you turn me on

I’m hooked on a feeling
I’m high on believing
That you’re in love with me

All the good love
When we’re all alone
Keep it up girl
Yeah, you turn me on

I’m hooked on a feeling
I’m high on believing
That you’re in love with me

I’m hooked on a feeling
And I’m high on believing
That you’re in love with me

I said I’m hooked on a feeling
And I’m high on believing
That you’re in love with me
I’m hooked on a feeling

Hooked on a Feeling  Go All The Way │ Spirit in the Sky │ Moonage Daydream │Fooled Around and Fell in Love │I’m not in Love  I Want You Back │ 

jtotheizzoe:

do-math:

*realizes joy division did some real quick fs photoelectron spectroscopy for their dumb album cover*

1) Joy Division’s 1979 Unknown Pleasures album cover actually features a data visualization from the first known pulsar, PSR B1919+21, discovered by Jocelyn Bell Burnell in 1967, and discovered by the band’s drummer in the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Astronomy.

2) It is not dumb.

Fooled Around and Fell in Love
Guardians of the Galaxy

kahdiri:

I must have been through about a million girls
I’d love ‘em and I’d leave them alone
I didn’t care how much they cried, no sir
Their tears left me cold as a stone

But then I fooled around and fell in love
I fooled around and fell in love
I fooled around and fell in love
I fooled around and fell in love

It used to be when I’d see a girl that I liked
I’d get out my book and write down her name
But when the grass got a little greener on the other side
I’d just tear out that page

But then I fooled around and fell in love
I fooled around and fell in love, since I met you baby
I fooled around and fell in love
I fooled around and fell in love

Free, on my own, that’s the way it used to be
But since I met you baby, love’s got a hold on me

Fooled around and fell in love
I fooled around and fell in love
I fooled around and fell in love
I fooled around and fell in love

'Cause I fooled around, fooled around, fooled around and fell in love

Hooked on a Feeling │ Go All The Way │ Spirit in the Sky │ Moonage Daydream │Fooled Around and Fell in LoveI’m not in Love  I Want You Back │ 

jumame:

At least I still have my awfully huge narcissism

regina-mills:

"Once upon a time, there was an enchanted forest filled with all the classic characters we know…or think we know.”

marxism-leninismkills:

bogleech:

florafaunagifs:

Leaf bug (Phyllium giganteum)

The constant wobbling as they move is a part of their disguise, making it seem as though the “leaf” is only moving because of a light breeze.

If you blow on one it will also shake around in the hopes of matching any actual surrounding leaves

this is a pokemon

teamrocketing:

we all know this bitch who says “i can’t draw that well” and then they’re like

image

earthstory:

Castellana CavesThe weirdly-shaped features you see on the floor of this cave are quite unusual. This photo comes from Grotto di Castellana or the Castellana Caves in southern Italy.Like most caves, the rocks are limestones. These were deposited about 90 million years ago in the Tethys Ocean; the great seaway that once separated Africa and India from the rest of Asia. The closure of the Tethys seaway has driven faulting and mountain building from Spain to China and in this place brought the limestones to the surface.Erosion of limestone often leads to cave formation. Limestone dissolves easily when exposed to water, formation of a small pool of water on exposed limestone can start the long process of erosion that eventually leads to a cave. One of several distinguishing features of this cave is the shape of the stalagmites (or speleothems – a more general term for any structures created by dripping water in a cave setting). Normally, dripping water builds stalagmites as vertical pillars, but here, these have grown in many directions. It’s not quite clear why these pillars have grown this way, but it probably involves variable wind flows in the cave that push water droplets around and changing water levels over time, which combined to prevent the formation of the classic vertical structures and cause the stalagmites to grow outwards instead of upwards.-JBBImage credit: EGU Open Access, Deaa Alwannyhttp://imaggeo.egu.eu/view/2153/Read more:http://www.triposo.com/poi/T__32494a37325ahttp://www.grottedicastellana.it/en/the-caves/lorigine/

earthstory:

Castellana Caves

The weirdly-shaped features you see on the floor of this cave are quite unusual. This photo comes from Grotto di Castellana or the Castellana Caves in southern Italy.

Like most caves, the rocks are limestones. These were deposited about 90 million years ago in the Tethys Ocean; the great seaway that once separated Africa and India from the rest of Asia. The closure of the Tethys seaway has driven faulting and mountain building from Spain to China and in this place brought the limestones to the surface.

Erosion of limestone often leads to cave formation. Limestone dissolves easily when exposed to water, formation of a small pool of water on exposed limestone can start the long process of erosion that eventually leads to a cave. 

One of several distinguishing features of this cave is the shape of the stalagmites (or speleothems – a more general term for any structures created by dripping water in a cave setting). Normally, dripping water builds stalagmites as vertical pillars, but here, these have grown in many directions. It’s not quite clear why these pillars have grown this way, but it probably involves variable wind flows in the cave that push water droplets around and changing water levels over time, which combined to prevent the formation of the classic vertical structures and cause the stalagmites to grow outwards instead of upwards.

-JBB

Image credit: EGU Open Access, Deaa Alwanny
http://imaggeo.egu.eu/view/2153/

Read more:
http://www.triposo.com/poi/T__32494a37325a
http://www.grottedicastellana.it/en/the-caves/lorigine/

snoia:

i literally have no idea what im gonna do if i dont end up rich

lesbiancutie:

she wears short skirts i wear nuclear radiation proof body suits