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June 14 2017

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‘dunno, guys, new kid seems legit to me.

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That’s a keeper for the wedding album.

this would be the cover of my thank you for attending cards

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this reads like adventures in dissociation lol

I was downstairs once when I was working on homework, and I had to answer the phone. Instead of saying hello, I said “Come down here.” Thankfully it was a family member who had called.

Was at a nerd convention that had a video game console room set up. Some people and I were sitting around an oldschool Nintendo taking turns playing Super Mario Bros 2. We’d gotten to Wart’s Castle (the final stage) and all of us had struck out multiple times (gotten lost, died, whatever - the level is basically a giant maze with all sorts of enemies where you have to carefully time your movements in order to not get hit). It was my turn, so I’m just like “watch me die again”, picked up the controller, and then started BSing with the other peeps there, not even really paying attention to the game. I mean, I was half-ass watching the screen, but my brain was focused entirely on the conversation. I couldn’t figure out for the life of me why everyone suddenly got really quiet, and then I tuned back in to WTF I was doing and realized I’d gotten all the way to the final boss room and was in the process of pelting Wart’s ugly, open, belching mouth with a vegetable.

I hadn’t played that fucking game in a decade and a half, and it had been well over 20 years since I’d last played that level.

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Reblog in 10 seconds and $1700 will come your way

I have nothing to lose and 1700$ to gain

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Okay but the backstory behind this statue is dope af. The artist behind it Jason deCaires Taylor, he does a bunch of other underwater art pieces that many of you have probably seen on the internet……. He owns the first UNDERWATER MUSEUM in Cancun which has sculptures like these: 

He even did sculptures in London called “The Rising Tide”, so that when the high tide comes around, the statues are completely underwater. 

And the best part about the underwater Museums is that the Museum’s environment is 100% protected and conserved under the artist. Which means the marine life won’t be subject to careless oil spills and pollution. 

So yeah…. art can be turned into something that helps out the world in its little ways and that’s the shit I live for  

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“People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is an organization that publicly claims to represent the best interest of animals – indeed their “ethical treatment.” Yet approximately 2,000 animals pass through PETA’s front door every year and very few make it out alive. The vast majority – 96 percent in 2011 – exit the facility out the back door after they have been killed, when Pet Cremation Services of Tidewater stops by on their regular visits to pick up their remains. Between these visits, the bodies are stored in the giant walk-in freezer PETA installed for this very purpose. It is a freezer that cost $9,370 and, like the company which incinerates the bodies of PETA’s victims, was paid for with the donations of animal lovers who could never have imagined that the money they donated to help animals would be used to end their lives instead. In fact, in the last 11 years, PETA has killed 29,426 dogs, cats, rabbits, and other domestic animals.”

“A supermarket dumpster full of garbage bags. When police officers looked inside, they found the bodies of dead animals – animals killed by PETA. PETA described these animals as “adorable” and “perfect.” A veterinarian who naively gave PETA some of the animals, thinking they would find them homes, and examined the dead bodies of others, testified that they were “healthy” and “adoptable.“”

“The PETA field killing kit found by police in the back of the PETA death van in Ahsokie, North Carolina.”

“An Ahsokie Police Detective dressed in a hazmat suit prepares to bury a puppy killed by PETA. This puppy and dozens of other animals including cats and kittens were found by police throughout June of 2005 after PETA employees dumped them in a garbage bin in North Carolina.’”

“Puppies killed by PETA in the back of a van – a donor-funded slaughterhouse on wheels. Despite $35,000,000 in annual revenues and millions of “animal-loving” members, PETA does not even try to find them homes. PETA has no adoption hours, does no adoption promotion, has no adoption floor, but is registered with the State of Virginia as a “humane society” or “animal shelter.“”

“Not only does PETA kill animals, they also defend the killing of animals by others. This is a dying kitten in a Houston shelter after staff “lost” the kitten. When he was found, he was near death. His last hours were ones of suffering.”

“A puppy dying of parvovirus in the Houston shelter is not given anything soft to lie on as she urinates all over herself. Here she sits, unable to keep her head up, alone in a cold, barren stainless steel cage without receiving necessary veterinary care. Other shelters have a better than 90% rate of saving dogs with parvovirus.”

“The PETA solution: dead “feral” cats in a Florida shelter. PETA successfully defeated SB 1320, a law that would have clarified that nonlethal programs to neuter and release feral cats, rather than killing them, are legal in Florida. As shelters and health departments nationwide embrace trap-neuter-release programs, PETA remains a stalwart opponent of this humane alternative to killing, arguing that healthy feral cats should continue to be killed, even urging their supporters to take them to shelters or veterinarians to do so. The PETA website states that, “the most compassionate choice is to euthanize feral cats. You can ask your veterinarian to do this or, if your local shelter uses an injection of sodium pentobarbital, take the cats there.” This shelter used “an injection of sodium pentobarbital,” killing the cats in front of other cats, catch-poling the cats as they tried to flee while they urinated and defecated all over the kennel in fear. That is how terrified feral cats behave in shelters. Apparently to PETA, this is as it should be.”

“A cat in the King County, Washington shelter begs for food and water. Cats in the infirmary were not fed or given water over a three-day holiday weekend and both their food bowls and water bowls are empty. Although staff was assigned to the shelter, supervisors and staff chose to socialize instead. I was hired by the King County Council to assess the shelter. My advice: Hire supervisors who are not part of the same union so as to eliminate conflicts of interest; all staff should be given a checklist of assigned duties; and supervisors should double check that those duties have been done. In a letter to the King County Council, PETA told officials not to listen to me because I was “radical.” Read the full article Written By: Nathan J. Winograd (Huffington Post, Director, No Kill Advocacy Center):”

(via Repost for Awareness - F*ck PETA)

Anyone who supports peta is complicit in the abuse and killing of innocent animals. Destroy peta.

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This company understand dogs. (via jpellizzi)

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This looks so much like my friends’ cat!

Her name is Phluphphy.

<3 !

Her name is Phluphphy.

Yes. Yes she is.

@duskcastle feel better

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Can’t risk it

This is the Cassowary of Creativity

It just kicked the everloving shit out of the duck for threatening you, and wishes you a good, creative day.
You are Safe Now.

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Animal Gaits for Animators by Stephen Cunnane

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I’m honestly quite proud of this status.

slay em lewis

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probably one of the most accurate, non-ironic tweets you’ll read today

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*looking at a dog* what kind of weird fish is that

im gonna be a nerd for two seconds really quick , cause this is like. my thing

SO. Basically in modern taxonomy we’re moving away from linnaean taxonomy, which is like. grouping animals based on physical characteristics alone, which can lead to a poor classification system. One alternative type of taxonomy is called cladistics, which groups animals based on common ancestors, and puts all the related descendants in there too. 

An example is like this: these primates all have a common ancestor and they’re all descendants of that ancestor. in a cladistics system when you say “primates” you are referring to everything in the bubble, common ancestor and all proceeding descendant species. 

Kinda makes sense? Well let’s try applying that to fish, with this diagram of a “Fish” clade.

Wait a minute….!??!

Oh…. right. Technically everything on land (with a spine) descended from fish! So when you say “fish” & if you’re using modern cladistics…..

we’re all fish now. 

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My Irish friend didn’t believe me when I told him that in Florida there is literally a wall of orange juice in every grocery store.

Florida. My greatest American stronghold. The center of my power.

tumblr user orangejuiceblogging lives up to their name

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June 13 2017

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June 12 2017

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DnD character!

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