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  1. king-in-yellow:

    no

    no

    NO

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  3. livalskare:

Kiss

    livalskare:

    Kiss

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  5. kristahenderson:

Acid Burst of Peace by Krista Henderson


I need LSD. And pretty things. NOW!

    kristahenderson:

    Acid Burst of Peace by Krista Henderson

    I need LSD. And pretty things. NOW!

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  7. alienboyfriends:

Christophe Charbonnel

    alienboyfriends:

    Christophe Charbonnel

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  11. itslatingirl:

Instagram


You always go to the same places train. I need some variety in my life

    itslatingirl:

    Instagram

    You always go to the same places train. I need some variety in my life

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  13. cheezvs-h-crvst:

yov fvcked vp.

    cheezvs-h-crvst:

    yov fvcked vp.

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  15. Beautiful grimoire

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  17. molecularlifesciences:

    Top 5 misconceptions about evolution: A guide to demystify the foundation of modern biology.

    Version 1.0

    Here is an infographic to help inform citizens.  From my experience most people who misunderstand evolution are actually misinformed about what science is and how it operates.  That said, here are five of the biggest barriers faced when one explains evolution - I have faced these and they are documented in the literature.

    I hope you can build on my work and improve the communication between the scientists and the public.

    Want to do more?  If you want to donate to the cause of science education I suggest the National Center for Science Education http://ncse.com, your local university, or an equivalent organization.  Volunteering at schools and inviting scientists into classrooms are two ways to encourage an informed society.  Attend hearings if school boards start questioning evolution’s role in public curriculum.  Raise a storm if anyone tries to ban science.  Plus, it never hurts to reblog a well made evolution post.

    Thank you followers for all your support!
    Love, 
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  20. lyastarks:

    Night gathers, and now my watch begins.

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  22. konguloarkonan:

forever-quading:

berks-dragon-trainer:

ask-the-spirit-of-winter:

jibblyuniverse:

turntechhgodhead:

groupautogenics2:

monarchie:

Iceland

where’s the fuckin ice

in Greenland

I still believe Iceland and Greenland sat down in a meeting one day and it started with "You know what’ll piss people off"

Actually, it was the Vikings. They discovered both Iceland and Greenland, and when they realized the weather, named them opposites to confuse their enemies. So the enemies would go to Greenland, expecting it to be all pretty and green and good for farming, but it was all ice. Vice versa for Iceland.


Fucking geniuses

NO NO NO NO NO NO NO
From Eiríks saga rauða:

In the summer Eirik went to live in the land which he had discovered, and which he called Greenland, “Because,” said he, “men will desire much the more to go there if the land has a good name.”

AND YOU SHOULDN’T EVEN TAKE THAT AS GOSPEL TRUTH, BECAUSE THAT WAS WRITTEN DOWN SEVERAL HUNDRED YEARS AFTER GREENLAND’S NORSE COLONIZATION .
Also, Greenland at the time was also warmer than it is today and probably was pretty green, if you stuck to the southern fjords. It’s not a stupid name.
ICELAND IS CALLED ICELAND BECAUSE IT IS FILLED WITH ICE. You know that volcano that blew up a few years back? Eyjafjallajökull? THE JÖKULL PART MEANS “GLACIER.” There are glaciers all over the fucking place. Even in this age of global warming, there is ice in the fjords and there is snowpack along the roads even in the hottest part of summer. Iceland hosts the biggest glacier in Europe. ÍS LAND MEANS ICE LAND BECAUSE THE LAND IS FILLED WITH ICE.
Also, this post illustrates a huge misunderstanding about the Viking migratory phenomenon and also about BASIC GEOGRAPHY. The Vikings did not have enemies following them to Iceland and Greenland, per se, because they were not an organized group, they were not all of one nationality, they came from a very big swath of Scandinavia. Iceland was mostly populated by Norwegian colonists wanting to distance themselves from the growing dynastic royal powers of the 9th and 10th centuries that destroyed the power and autonomy of the local warlord. No one was going to invade Iceland, and NO ONE IS GOING TO CONFUSE ICELAND FOR GREENLAND BECAUSE THEY ARE HUNDREDS OF MILES APART AND THE ROUTES TO ICELAND WERE PRETTY WELL ESTABLISHED BY LIKE 850. 
just
stop talking

fuck… TIL

    konguloarkonan:

    forever-quading:

    berks-dragon-trainer:

    ask-the-spirit-of-winter:

    jibblyuniverse:

    turntechhgodhead:

    groupautogenics2:

    monarchie:

    Iceland

    where’s the fuckin ice

    in Greenland

    I still believe Iceland and Greenland sat down in a meeting one day and it started with
    "You know what’ll piss people off"

    Actually, it was the Vikings. They discovered both Iceland and Greenland, and when they realized the weather, named them opposites to confuse their enemies. So the enemies would go to Greenland, expecting it to be all pretty and green and good for farming, but it was all ice. Vice versa for Iceland.

    Fucking geniuses

    NO NO NO NO NO NO NO

    From Eiríks saga rauða:

    In the summer Eirik went to live in the land which he had discovered, and which he called Greenland, “Because,” said he, “men will desire much the more to go there if the land has a good name.”

    AND YOU SHOULDN’T EVEN TAKE THAT AS GOSPEL TRUTH, BECAUSE THAT WAS WRITTEN DOWN SEVERAL HUNDRED YEARS AFTER GREENLAND’S NORSE COLONIZATION .

    Also, Greenland at the time was also warmer than it is today and probably was pretty green, if you stuck to the southern fjords. It’s not a stupid name.

    ICELAND IS CALLED ICELAND BECAUSE IT IS FILLED WITH ICE. You know that volcano that blew up a few years back? Eyjafjallajökull? THE JÖKULL PART MEANS “GLACIER.” There are glaciers all over the fucking place. Even in this age of global warming, there is ice in the fjords and there is snowpack along the roads even in the hottest part of summer. Iceland hosts the biggest glacier in Europe. ÍS LAND MEANS ICE LAND BECAUSE THE LAND IS FILLED WITH ICE.

    Also, this post illustrates a huge misunderstanding about the Viking migratory phenomenon and also about BASIC GEOGRAPHY. The Vikings did not have enemies following them to Iceland and Greenland, per se, because they were not an organized group, they were not all of one nationality, they came from a very big swath of Scandinavia. Iceland was mostly populated by Norwegian colonists wanting to distance themselves from the growing dynastic royal powers of the 9th and 10th centuries that destroyed the power and autonomy of the local warlord. No one was going to invade Iceland, and NO ONE IS GOING TO CONFUSE ICELAND FOR GREENLAND BECAUSE THEY ARE HUNDREDS OF MILES APART AND THE ROUTES TO ICELAND WERE PRETTY WELL ESTABLISHED BY LIKE 850. 

    just

    stop talking

    fuck… TIL

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  24. chachipistachis:

    loki-cat:

    solluxyaoi:

    IM LAUGHING SO HARD AT BYZANTINE ART

    image

    THE FUCKIN BABYS FACE I CATN FUCKIN DO THIS

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    AND WHEN THE ANGEL GABRIEL COMES TO TELL MARY THAT SHE’S PREGNANT WITH JESUS

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    MARY’S FACE HAHA

    “god fuking d am it gabe can we not”

    image

    image

    don’t give me your sass i’m just the fucking messenger

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  26. theroguefeminist:


inverts:

heretherebdragons:

dancingloki:

prochoicegeneration:

Best post

Also, Lily Potter would have never wanted an abortion, because she was a financially well-off white woman starting a family in a happy marriage with a secure place at the top of wizarding society.
The question you should be asking is what if Merope Gaunt, an impoverished and uneducated single woman who escaped from a severely abusive family only to become pregnant with the unwanted child of a man who wanted nothing to do with her, had had access to an abortion and not had immense social pressure brainwashing her into carrying to term?

Perfect commentary is perfect.

it got better

just reblogging this because it should be reblogged always and it was relevant

    theroguefeminist:

    inverts:

    heretherebdragons:

    dancingloki:

    prochoicegeneration:

    Best post

    Also, Lily Potter would have never wanted an abortion, because she was a financially well-off white woman starting a family in a happy marriage with a secure place at the top of wizarding society.

    The question you should be asking is what if Merope Gaunt, an impoverished and uneducated single woman who escaped from a severely abusive family only to become pregnant with the unwanted child of a man who wanted nothing to do with her, had had access to an abortion and not had immense social pressure brainwashing her into carrying to term?

    Perfect commentary is perfect.

    it got better

    just reblogging this because it should be reblogged always and it was relevant

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