bonerfart:

Kanye hard at work in the studio

bonerfart:

Kanye hard at work in the studio

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sechan19:

All-New X-Men, no. 30
Brian Michael Bendis, Sara Pichelli, Marte Gracia, and Cory Petit

Oh my gosh, this makes me so happy, you guys, you don’t even know. Voice-of-experience Emma Frost moving past her feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt in order to mentor a young and impressionable, era-displaced Jean Grey is everything I want in life. In fact, can I just have a miniseries that’s all about Emma and Jean going on a roadtrip European grand tour (this is Emma we are talking about here) together to fight all the baddies, diss all the dudebros, share all the gossip, and enjoy all the spa treatments? Can I have that please? Pretty, pretty please?

Seriously, Santa​, I have been SO GOOD this year.

Or, even better, have it eventually be revealed that Emma was manipulating Jean all along, and that Kitty and Illyana were right to be suspicious / confused / scared. Because that’s the kind of person Emma is.

I think about this every day. Might be better off if I didn’t.

Found near Waseda. What the hell is this? Found near Waseda. What the hell is this? Found near Waseda. What the hell is this? Found near Waseda. What the hell is this? Found near Waseda. What the hell is this? Found near Waseda. What the hell is this? Found near Waseda. What the hell is this? Found near Waseda. What the hell is this? Found near Waseda. What the hell is this?

Found near Waseda. What the hell is this?

Kenshin says Read More Books!

fallingfromtheshelf:

roane72:

thefangirlofeld:

twelves-impossible-girl:

notsomolly:

“Eccleston was a tiger and Tennant was, well, Tigger. Smith is an uncoordinated housecat who pretends that he meant to do that after falling off a piece of furniture.” — Steven Moffat

annullo13:

You’re going to need it
annullo13:

You’re going to need it
annullo13:

You’re going to need it
annullo13:

You’re going to need it
annullo13:

You’re going to need it
camwyn:

endangereduglythings:

whatthefauna:

Scientists have yet to discover the function of the unusual bony crest on top of a cassowary’s head. Also called a casque, the headpiece may help amplify the bird’s booming low-frequency sound. It may also be used as head protection as the bird navigates through underbrush and battles with conspecifics. Or it might merely be a sign of sexual maturity.
Images: (T) Varuna Vaughn, (B) chatallot

Once, somewhere in history, I remember hearing that they could disembowel someone with a kick. Since then, I have never seen any reliable source that backs this up.
I have seen sources saying that their behavior is bad enough that most zookeepers don’t want to have them, though.

And the proud dinosaurian tradition continues to this day.

If I remember correctly from my visit to the National Zoo in DC, the cassowary was the only animal in the whole zoo with an electrified fence. camwyn:

endangereduglythings:

whatthefauna:

Scientists have yet to discover the function of the unusual bony crest on top of a cassowary’s head. Also called a casque, the headpiece may help amplify the bird’s booming low-frequency sound. It may also be used as head protection as the bird navigates through underbrush and battles with conspecifics. Or it might merely be a sign of sexual maturity.
Images: (T) Varuna Vaughn, (B) chatallot

Once, somewhere in history, I remember hearing that they could disembowel someone with a kick. Since then, I have never seen any reliable source that backs this up.
I have seen sources saying that their behavior is bad enough that most zookeepers don’t want to have them, though.

And the proud dinosaurian tradition continues to this day.

If I remember correctly from my visit to the National Zoo in DC, the cassowary was the only animal in the whole zoo with an electrified fence.

camwyn:

endangereduglythings:

whatthefauna:

Scientists have yet to discover the function of the unusual bony crest on top of a cassowary’s head. Also called a casque, the headpiece may help amplify the bird’s booming low-frequency sound. It may also be used as head protection as the bird navigates through underbrush and battles with conspecifics. Or it might merely be a sign of sexual maturity.

Images: (T) Varuna Vaughn, (B) chatallot

Once, somewhere in history, I remember hearing that they could disembowel someone with a kick. Since then, I have never seen any reliable source that backs this up.

I have seen sources saying that their behavior is bad enough that most zookeepers don’t want to have them, though.

And the proud dinosaurian tradition continues to this day.

If I remember correctly from my visit to the National Zoo in DC, the cassowary was the only animal in the whole zoo with an electrified fence.

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nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys. nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys. nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys. nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys. nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys. nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys. nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys. nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys. nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys. nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.

nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.