mockybird:

barbitone

Quick-ish (hahaha no not quick at all) sketch

mockybird:

barbitone

Quick-ish (hahaha no not quick at all) sketch

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askareinerbraun:

askareinerbraun:

where did the bubbles go reiner

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youthxcrew69:

THIS IS A CAT IN A HALLOWEEN COSTUME PLAYING WITH A TINY PUMPKIN THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT

youthxcrew69:

THIS IS A CAT IN A HALLOWEEN COSTUME PLAYING WITH A TINY PUMPKIN THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT

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peerintothepast:

Two Navajo Code Talkers died this past week, according to the tribal government and family members.
Guy Clauschee, 87, died early Thursday morning, September 11, 2014, in Fort Defiance. Services will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday at the Fort Defiance Presbyterian Church.

A Code Talker throughout most of World War II, Clauschee came back from the war and continued his education at the Ganado Mission. After graduating in 1950, he moved to Window Rock and started work with the Bureau of indian Affairs as a facilities management foreman. He retired after 40 years.

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014, tribal officials reported the death of another Navajo Code Talker, Robert Walley Sr., 93.

Walley served as a Code Talker from 1943 to 1945, during which he received a Purple Heart. He served in the 6th Marine Division and was a Marine Raider who fought in the Battle of Bougainville, Guam, Okinawa and the occupation of Emirau Island.

Both Walley and Clauschee received Congressional Silver Medals for their service as Navajo Code Talkers.

According to figures supplied by the Navajo Code Talkers Association, the number of Code Talkers has gone from more 400 to just 27.

Left: 
Navajo Code Talker Guy Clauschee waits for the 68th annual Navajo Nation Fair parade to begin on Saturday morning, Sept. 6, 2014, in Tse Bonito, N.M. Clauschee passed away early Thursday morning of natural causes, according to his family. Funeral services will be on Monday.

Right:
Purple Heart recipient Navajo Code Talker Robert Walley Sr, 93, Chichiltah, N.M. According to his paternal granddaughter Tanya Walley, he lost his battle to cancer.

Silver Nez Perry (on FB):
S—Dibé 
E—‘Ajaa’
M—Tsitł’élí
P—Bisóodi
E—Dzééh
R—Gah

F—Tsé’é’dǫ́’ii
I—Tin

M—Bii’ adeest’į́į́’
A—Woláchíí
R—Deenásts’aa’
I—Yihę́ę́s
N—Tsah
E—‘Anáá’

Ahxé’hée Shinálí, Shicheii, Shizhé’é … Yéego baa ‘áhééh nisin.
Ahxé’ee lą́ą nihich’ą́ą́ nísinbaa’

(Source: Navajo Times)

peerintothepast:

Two Navajo Code Talkers died this past week, according to the tribal government and family members.
Guy Clauschee, 87, died early Thursday morning, September 11, 2014, in Fort Defiance. Services will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday at the Fort Defiance Presbyterian Church.

A Code Talker throughout most of World War II, Clauschee came back from the war and continued his education at the Ganado Mission. After graduating in 1950, he moved to Window Rock and started work with the Bureau of indian Affairs as a facilities management foreman. He retired after 40 years.

On Wednesday, September 10, 2014, tribal officials reported the death of another Navajo Code Talker, Robert Walley Sr., 93.

Walley served as a Code Talker from 1943 to 1945, during which he received a Purple Heart. He served in the 6th Marine Division and was a Marine Raider who fought in the Battle of Bougainville, Guam, Okinawa and the occupation of Emirau Island.

Both Walley and Clauschee received Congressional Silver Medals for their service as Navajo Code Talkers.

According to figures supplied by the Navajo Code Talkers Association, the number of Code Talkers has gone from more 400 to just 27.

Left:
Navajo Code Talker Guy Clauschee waits for the 68th annual Navajo Nation Fair parade to begin on Saturday morning, Sept. 6, 2014, in Tse Bonito, N.M. Clauschee passed away early Thursday morning of natural causes, according to his family. Funeral services will be on Monday.

Right:
Purple Heart recipient Navajo Code Talker Robert Walley Sr, 93, Chichiltah, N.M. According to his paternal granddaughter Tanya Walley, he lost his battle to cancer.

Silver Nez Perry (on FB):
S—Dibé
E—‘Ajaa’
M—Tsitł’élí
P—Bisóodi
E—Dzééh
R—Gah

F—Tsé’é’dǫ́’ii
I—Tin

M—Bii’ adeest’į́į́’
A—Woláchíí
R—Deenásts’aa’
I—Yihę́ę́s
N—Tsah
E—‘Anáá’

Ahxé’hée Shinálí, Shicheii, Shizhé’é … Yéego baa ‘áhééh nisin.
Ahxé’ee lą́ą nihich’ą́ą́ nísinbaa’

(Source: Navajo Times)

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lesbolution:

can straight girls please stop shitting their pants over being mistaken for lesbians or being called lesbians as an insult?

when someone tries to insult you by calling you a lesbian, they’re a homophobe. if you actually find it insulting to be called a lesbian, you’re a homophobe too. this is not a difficult concept to grasp.

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h-2-o-m-o-s-e-x-u-a-l:

You have no idea how much I love this expression in his pretty face

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i-eviscerate:

110-year old reusable condoms made from fish bladder (used)

Condoms and the idea of protected sex have been around for a while now, but what might amaze you is how much someone might pay for these used condoms made from fish bladder. Austrian Dorotheum, housed an auction for these five condoms.These condoms could be reused about ten times each.

If you look at the box, there are signs of crosses on the packaging that may indicate how many times the condoms were used before by the owner. You would think that would drive the price down, but no, they sold for 2000 Euros.

SOURCE

Check out the world’s oldest condom

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❧  For ripsherlock x

❧  For ripsherlock x

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absolute-virginia-flute-exe:

I find it funny how us Americans don’t even get mad at being insulted anymore. We literally just correct the insults with facts to make them even worse and sit there like

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soulpunchftw:

buzzfeedgeeky:

davedash:

This is a kids show.

ADVENTURE TIME LAYING DOWN THE LAW

Adventure Time demonstrates a clearer understanding of morality than 98% of the world’s adult population

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kittydoom:

exgynocraticgrrl:

Breaking The Male Code: After Steubenville, A Call To Action

 (Left to Right): Peter Buffett, Jimmie Briggs, Joe Ehrmann, Tony Porter,
 Dave Zirin and Moderator Eve Ensler.

MIC DROP

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The tape is really the character of Quill’s mother. One of the Marvel folks kept saying we were crazy to put Seventies songs in the movie, that it was going to alienate kids. I guess he thought Quill should have downloaded Beyonce and Kesha off iTunes. Now I see kids singing ‘Hooked On A Feeling’. — Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, on Awesome Mix Vol. 1 becoming the first ever soundtrack without any new songs to hit Number One (via wandkeepers)

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shxrlock-holmes:

"What the hell am I supposed to say to that?"

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