September12014

secretlystephaniebrown:

Tommy and Molly just have the best relationship okay? 

Baaaaaabies

(via isotoperuption)

August302014

mummyshark:

If you weren’t around last night, Dino Drac’s 2014 Halloween Countdown HAS BEGUN. Come see what’s new, and get set for two months of nonstop nonsense.

AWWWWWW YESSSSSSS

August252014

slipstreamborne:

This is the dirtiest joke I have ever seen on a kids show jesus christ their fucking faces.

The bigger question is how did Mikey even know to how to make that joke? Like I get it, they live in a sewer, stuff makes it’s way down there but you’d think Splinter would catch something like that.

(via inquisiitor)

August212014

PSA— Into the Woods

I will be gone until saturday on a last minute camping trip— see you all for the Dr. Who premier!

August192014

Send me a number and a fandom

  • 1. Get out of my way
  • 2. What do you mean, gone?
  • 3. How many times is this going to happen to us?
  • 4. Well if you hadn't POKED IT-
  • 5. This looks amazing, and you're just jealous.
  • 6. Three dollars says he falls
  • 7. I don't care
  • 8. You are a disgrace
  • 9. Try to keep still
  • 10. Yeah, that's not happening.
August182014

coldcloudsandchaoticstars:

Lalli

stand still stay silent

Dear sir, I am going to cosplay the shit out of you.

12PM

actualodinson:

Nyctophobia Series — H.P. Lovecraft

The best known author of the cosmic horror story and the origin of the Cthulhu Mythos, Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890-1937) is considered perhaps the greatest of all horror fiction writers… An antiquarian eremite, he was more fond of books than of people, very much like most of his protagonists. There is, however, no official record of Lovecraft ever encountering anything corporeally eldritch, as much as some fans wish it were all true. To this day you can find at least a half dozen different fabrications of Lovecraft’s wholly fictional Necronomicon. He credited his night terrors with providing most of his inspiration; both night terrors and the filmy, oily membrane between waking and sleep factor heavily in his various works.

Further reading: Catalog of Lovecraft’s works online

It’s important to understand that Lovecraft was also a rabid xenophobe, so a lot of his “inspiration” also came from his abject terror re: any culture other than white American/certain areas of Europe. He was also a luddite to a degree and distrusted technology not to lead man into a new dark age. 

(via isotoperuption)

August172014

lucaspsi:

shotarokaneda:

this dog is part husky part lab

the split is straight down the middle, quite literally

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LOOK AT THIS!!! It looks like two different dogs! She literally got looks from both sides of her parents! JUST IMAGINE HOW HAPPY THEY MUST BE!!!!!

Nature is fuckin weird sometimes.

(via thepreciousthing)

2AM

alexofeddis:

greenmonkeysoup:

alexofeddis:

thescienceoffandom:

Here are some basics on herd immunity, and here is some more technical research if you’re interested in the details! 

If you’ve ever heard my rants about vaccination, you know it’s a major topic with me. Because hey, I’m one of these immunosuppressed people this comic talks about, so it’s a bit of a sensitive subject. (“Oh, I’m sorry, you don’t like getting vaccinated? I don’t like having three month long respiratory infections because you gave me the freaking flu, but I guess you don’t care about that”)

Essentially, Ellen and her wonderful character Katherine have just said it better than I ever could—and using Shaun of the Dead references, too!!! It’s all about herd immunity—getting vaccinated isn’t just about your own health, it’s about the health—and non-zombification—of the entire human race.

SO REBLOG THIS!! LIKE THIS!!! SPREAD IT LIKE WILDFIRE!!!!!

This is a pretty groovy depiction of vaccination and herd immunity.
I hope this goes viral. No pun intended…

Reblogging for that pun

I wonder if anti-vaxxers would get it if we started using zombie analogies. 

(via thepreciousthing)

August162014
dapperpomade:

Sneak peek #1 from Ghostbusters #19, out this month. Had a lot if fun with this issue, lots of action!

I will never get over the absolutely fantastic aesthetics of this comic— from the art to the coloring it has just been one incredibly wild, beautiful ride. 

dapperpomade:

Sneak peek #1 from Ghostbusters #19, out this month. Had a lot if fun with this issue, lots of action!

I will never get over the absolutely fantastic aesthetics of this comic— from the art to the coloring it has just been one incredibly wild, beautiful ride. 

1PM
dapperpomade:

During the rectification of the Vuldronaii, the Traveller came as a large and moving Torb! See more Torb in Ghostbusters #19!

SKREEEEEEEEEE
IT LOOKS LIKE A KAIJU. I LOVE IT.

dapperpomade:

During the rectification of the Vuldronaii, the Traveller came as a large and moving Torb! See more Torb in Ghostbusters #19!

SKREEEEEEEEEE

IT LOOKS LIKE A KAIJU. I LOVE IT.

10AM

hachikoj:

Got my Gaiden VHS’ today! :) Soooo fricken’ happy. On kinda the same note, where the heck is all of the trooper stuff? Everytime I check the tag, there is hardly anything there @___@….

Oh man I used to have these! They had terribly translated subs but I didn’t care, I loved them anyway.

(via knightutena)

August152014

dokibaesil:

Which concert?

Her name is FKA Twigs! I’ve been really diggin her music lately. But like I said, the idea of going to concerts bothers me a lot. ]:

omg WHAT

Y E S. I wanna go ;A;

Ohhh she’s awesome! But yeah, I have issues with concerts too— for different reasons— my issue is the light/stage shows play havoc with my brain. I’ve been dumb and risked seizures if I like the band enough though. It’s always worth it.

9PM

bitterfox:

raeseddon:

bitterfox:

Generally I’d stay far away from adaptations but goddamn I had such a crush on Anubis (or Shutendōji depending on the ver you watched) as a kid you don’t even.

haaa so Shuten doesn’t show up much in the manga adaption! The manga is like a “what if we dumped a million gallons of nightmare fuel into canon” sort of thing. 

I’m pretty much ok with this since I went in expecting it. (Why I usually stay far away from adaptation works) and I might be soothing myself by getting みずき健 COTTON COLOR artbook as well because goddamn is her Ronin art gorgeous. But the fact that is was drawn by Gegege’s artist kinda piqued my interest.

I have Cotton Color! It’s a fantastically gorgeous book. Totally worth it. I also recommend, spesificallt volumes seven and eight of the Samurai Kids doujinshi anthologies. They’re really cute and fun, and the art is more hit than miss.

August142014

It’s strange the way things converge in your mind when you don’t feel well. I’ve been thinking most of the day about how, during my first mental break in college, one of the ghosts that chose to visit me in the form of terribly realistic auditory hallucinations were the race riots in Newark. The only useful thing about that awful education class I’d taken that year was going to the Newark Historical Society and seeing an exhibit on the race riots that happened there.

I remember sitting at my desk reading when the gunfire started. There had  been a National Guard response to the riots back then and fighting in the streets was intense. For about ten minutes, until I ran out of my room screaming to the horror and confusion of my suitemates (who had no idea anything was even wrong until that point) I heard every gunshot fired in the streets that day. They echoed in my head, getting closer and closer until the noise forced me out of the room. It was cacophonous. (I’m sure attending any number of live weapons demonstrations over the years only added to the realism, my mind able to distinguish clearly between the cracking boom of automatic, semi-automatic and manual gunfire.) 

I remember the yelling in the streets too, which were entirely empty. None of the hallucinations ever had the manners to happen when I could explain them away; they always happened in the city’s softest moments, it’s most desolate and peaceful. I couldn’t make out any words but I knew what I was hearing immediately regardless— the tone was unmistakable. A single, angry memory of a city summoned by a damaged mind and for a few minutes made entirely, irrevocably real.

Ever since that experience there’s a part of me that wonders how long these memories can wait. How long their embers can blow through the streets and over the surface of the earth until they’re ignited, hundreds, thousands of miles away from their origin.

The trick is realizing it’s the same memory—a shared barely subconscious knowledge spread among communities where the people are black, brown, yellow but cops, every single one of them is white. 

I don’t expect, personally to be visited by the ghosts of Ferguson, but I can feel them already, blowing through the ghettos of the world.

Can you?

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