ghoularmin:

enerjaeger:

enerjaeger:

one time in an interview Zac Efron said that he loved death note and idk if he was just saying that bc the interviewer mentioned it or what but the point is Zac Efron may be a closet weeb

also this

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does this look like a coincidence to  you?

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Aobaby in Episode 7 (╯3╰)

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bluecoloredart:


Somewhere else, not here, there is a woman wandering a desert – a desert not unlike this one, but not like this one either – it’s not the same desert, I need to clarify that.
Also, with her, are great masked warriors – women and men of enormous size who listen as she speaks, and follow her as she walks. She is winning them over because she has survived so much. She is young, but in her experience she is as lost and scared and ancient as the rest of them. [x]

What can I say, I like drawing Dana. In other news I made a process gif of this but photoshop ate the colors. Whoops.

bluecoloredart:

Somewhere else, not here, there is a woman wandering a desert – a desert not unlike this one, but not like this one either – it’s not the same desert, I need to clarify that.

Also, with her, are great masked warriors – women and men of enormous size who listen as she speaks, and follow her as she walks. She is winning them over because she has survived so much. She is young, but in her experience she is as lost and scared and ancient as the rest of them. [x]

What can I say, I like drawing Dana. In other news I made a process gif of this but photoshop ate the colors. Whoops.

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kurokohair:

Happy Birthday Koujaku!

kurokohair:

Happy Birthday Koujaku!

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cutequeer96:

tardisity:

supercaltendo:

I wonder who is going to replace Jenna Coleman since she’s not returning to Doctor Who after this series.

A slim white female in her 20s whose casting is based mostly on how attractive Steven Moffat finds her. Next question.

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allmate-ren:

(I’m a day early…Can’t believe it already been a year since…last time. ))

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cognitivedissonance:

Tonight in Ferguson, Mo. Even CNN is calling out police brutality.

We are watching history unfold. Do not stand down. Spread the word.

No justice, no peace.

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socialjusticekoolaid:

All this for one murderer, who wore the same badge as those gassing and firing on the people they swore to protect. #staywoke #neverforget #nojusticenopeace 

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rocknrollercoaster:

it must be really wild to actually have a positive relationship with your father

like

?????

some people really have that????

that’s incredibe

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rhamphotheca:

The Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) 
… is the largest living species of fish, with individuals reaching lengths of 41 feet (12.5 m) or more. Though fearsome in size, Whale Sharks are gentle giants. They feed on plankton and small fish, and are generally quite tame and docile around divers. 
Unlike dolphins and whales, which give birth to a single large baby, Whale Sharks are ovoviviparous - they produce up to a few hundred eggs, which the mother incubates within her body. They are fertilized slowly using stored sperm, and babies are birthed with regularity rather than in one large event. When born, young Whale Sharks are dwarfed by their mother, measuring only 16 to 24 inches (40 to 60 cm) long. Individuals take a long time to reach sexual maturity, first starting to breed around 30 years old, but may live to ages of 70 or more years. 
They inhabit tropical and sub-tropical oceans worldwide; on North America’s coasts, they are primarily found off California in the Pacific, and sometimes as far north as New York in the Atlantic.
photo by Zac Wolf, borrowed from Wikimedia
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rhamphotheca:

The Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus)

… is the largest living species of fish, with individuals reaching lengths of 41 feet (12.5 m) or more. Though fearsome in size, Whale Sharks are gentle giants. They feed on plankton and small fish, and are generally quite tame and docile around divers.

Unlike dolphins and whales, which give birth to a single large baby, Whale Sharks are ovoviviparous - they produce up to a few hundred eggs, which the mother incubates within her body. They are fertilized slowly using stored sperm, and babies are birthed with regularity rather than in one large event. When born, young Whale Sharks are dwarfed by their mother, measuring only 16 to 24 inches (40 to 60 cm) long. Individuals take a long time to reach sexual maturity, first starting to breed around 30 years old, but may live to ages of 70 or more years.

They inhabit tropical and sub-tropical oceans worldwide; on North America’s coasts, they are primarily found off California in the Pacific, and sometimes as far north as New York in the Atlantic.

photo by Zac Wolf, borrowed from Wikimedia

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beasts and creatures of middle-earth 

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shingeki-no-kou:

I wish boobs did the bra thing without having to wear the bra

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claracivry:

How to keep a secret, by Newt Geiszler

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envy-and-pride:

sarcasticsadism:

I love how the gayest anime this summer isn’t even the anime that spawned from an actual gay porn game.

this post man

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