thesem:

Assassin’s Creed: Delta Knights

It makes as much sense plot-wise frankly and it’s no less dumb and admit it you would play it

Also I mean it has Da Vinci so instant tie-in

Reblogged from thesem
1
Oct

Assassin’s Creed: Delta Knights

It makes as much sense plot-wise frankly and it’s no less dumb and admit it you would play it

1
Oct
coggirl:

burgerthief:

webofstarwars:

A Rodian dressed as a Mandalorian warrior (costume by Arden Fisk of the Mandalorian Mercs).

…seriously. coggirl wil you look at that kit?

Oh hot damn. That is *beautiful*

coggirl:

burgerthief:

webofstarwars:

A Rodian dressed as a Mandalorian warrior (costume by Arden Fisk of the Mandalorian Mercs).

…seriously. coggirl wil you look at that kit?

Oh hot damn. That is *beautiful*

Reblogged from coggirl
1
Oct

topatoco:

Woah, it’s October already? Does that mean it’s time to get FRIGGIN’ SPOOPY? I THINK SO!!!

With that, we have a new Welcome To Night Vale product available for short pre-order until October 6th, the "A Scientist Is Always Fine" lab coat!

Who wears lab coats you might ask? Uh, scientists? Carlos? Durh?

This lab coat was designed by Kate Leth of kateordie, and a handy-dandy sizing chart can be found at the bottom of the product page!

Reblogged from topatoco
1
Oct
ericbaudour:

shugnight:

halloweenshindig:

Here’s Tim Curry and a weird ass pumpkin

It’s almost that time

Anything can happen

ericbaudour:

shugnight:

halloweenshindig:

Here’s Tim Curry and a weird ass pumpkin

It’s almost that time

Anything can happen

Reblogged from skankplissken
1
Oct

snakewife:

aph-satan:

randomfandomteacher:

heretical-hypothetical:

artigosaurus:

queen-of-dork:

i-am-a-cat-eins-zwei-drei:

debisanacronym1:

WHY ARE NONE OF YOU FUCKERS FLIPPING SHIT?!?

NASA HAS DECLARED PLUTO A PLANET AGAIN

IT HAS MOONS!!!!! IT HAS MOONS!!!!!!!

WHAT. WHAT! PLUTO YOU FUCKING DID IT!

VIVA LA PLUTO, YOU DID IT!!!

THE UNDERDOG

I can’t find a source. Does anyone have any? I won’t believe it until I get a source.

http://time.com/3429938/pluto-planet-vote/

Nasa has definitely not declared Pluto a planet again, or at least, not more than a dwarf planet as it has been for awhile. The source discusses a debate in Harvard, and is actually an interesting read about how the public is still very interested in Pluto’s status as a planet.

Reblogged from snakewife
1
Oct
fashionsfromhistory:

Evening Dresses
c.1911-1913
France

The empire style of a straight column of drapery and a high waist was high fashion especially in the years 1912 and 1913. Heavy fringe on delicate fabrics was popular, too, like the white silk fringe and silver beaded fringe on the sleeves and on the train of the green dress. The bodice is trimmed with pale pink pearls and pink chiffon rose buds. The other evening gown has similar proportions with the high waist and short sleeves, although the shape is less angular and more curved, like the swirling feathers “drawn” on the net overskirt in black and silver sequins. However soft they both look, they both are boned in the bodice. Both dresses belonged to Florence Elizabeth Hopwood ‘11 who married the widowed tycoon, Charles William Gates soon after her graduation. Both dresses are likely made in France. (Smith College Historic Clothing Collection)

Smith College Historic Clothing Collection

fashionsfromhistory:

Evening Dresses

c.1911-1913

France

The empire style of a straight column of drapery and a high waist was high fashion especially in the years 1912 and 1913. Heavy fringe on delicate fabrics was popular, too, like the white silk fringe and silver beaded fringe on the sleeves and on the train of the green dress. The bodice is trimmed with pale pink pearls and pink chiffon rose buds. The other evening gown has similar proportions with the high waist and short sleeves, although the shape is less angular and more curved, like the swirling feathers “drawn” on the net overskirt in black and silver sequins. However soft they both look, they both are boned in the bodice. Both dresses belonged to Florence Elizabeth Hopwood ‘11 who married the widowed tycoon, Charles William Gates soon after her graduation. Both dresses are likely made in France. (Smith College Historic Clothing Collection)

Smith College Historic Clothing Collection

Reblogged from fashionsfromhistory
1
Oct

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Fluorite - Saxony, Germany

Reblogged from bijoux-et-mineraux
1
Oct
Camille - Le Festin
2,499 plays

gchoule:

La fête va enfin commencer
Et sortez les bouteilles, finis les ennuis
Je dresse la table, demain nouvelle vie
Je suis heureux à l’idée de ce nouveau destin
Une vie à me cacher, et puis libre enfin

(Source: yourdisneyplaylist)

Reblogged from gchoule
1
Oct
destiny-smasher:

So far, Steven’s powers have been:A bright pink shieldA bright pink bubbleMagical healing saliva
And he is always STOPPING fights, usually peacefully and in nonviolent ways, trying to get both sides to get along and understand each other. Suffice it to say, he is not your typical superhero. In fact, he’s really not that super yet. He’s still on training wheels. And yet he often manages to end conflicts WITHOUT powers or weapons that destroy others.
And I love what this show is doing with him and all of his friends. Especially in a pop culture that is overpopulated these days with “save the world” shenanigans and focusing on powers and shock value instead of being “strong in the real way.”
I’m already proud of this little guy and the small steps he’s made. His journey isn’t one of leaps and bounds but baby steps, like real people.
This week’s wonderful two-parter has set up what the show has been foreshadowing for some while: that Steven, being half Human and half Gem, will forge a path that unites both kinds of beings — a path paved by acts of non-violence, understanding, and compassion. Where his merit and strength as a hero isn’t defined by his powers (which, BTW, completely fly in the face of typical superhero and gender role BS), but instead by HIS CHOICES.
And THAT is the kind of hero story we need these days, IMO.
I’m sick of watching characters save the world from evil.
I want to see characters saving themselves, saving each other — personal journeys about making choices and resolving conflicts, not just slapping “evil” around. Even SU’s plot twists don;t feel cheap. They feel rewarding, because they are always foreshadowed and always recontextualize earlier events that maybe didn’t make sense. They feel planned, thought out, CARED for, just like the characters who populate the world.
Steven’s story, especially given the moral ambiguities brought to the table recently, really has a lot of potential to do these things — to be a personal journey more than typical “destroy evil” stuff — and in many ways, it has already.
I believe in Steven.

destiny-smasher:

So far, Steven’s powers have been:
A bright pink shield
A bright pink bubble
Magical healing saliva

And he is always STOPPING fights, usually peacefully and in nonviolent ways, trying to get both sides to get along and understand each other. Suffice it to say, he is not your typical superhero. In fact, he’s really not that super yet. He’s still on training wheels. And yet he often manages to end conflicts WITHOUT powers or weapons that destroy others.

And I love what this show is doing with him and all of his friends. Especially in a pop culture that is overpopulated these days with “save the world” shenanigans and focusing on powers and shock value instead of being “strong in the real way.”

I’m already proud of this little guy and the small steps he’s made. His journey isn’t one of leaps and bounds but baby steps, like real people.

This week’s wonderful two-parter has set up what the show has been foreshadowing for some while: that Steven, being half Human and half Gem, will forge a path that unites both kinds of beings — a path paved by acts of non-violence, understanding, and compassion. Where his merit and strength as a hero isn’t defined by his powers (which, BTW, completely fly in the face of typical superhero and gender role BS), but instead by HIS CHOICES.

And THAT is the kind of hero story we need these days, IMO.

I’m sick of watching characters save the world from evil.

I want to see characters saving themselves, saving each other — personal journeys about making choices and resolving conflicts, not just slapping “evil” around. Even SU’s plot twists don;t feel cheap. They feel rewarding, because they are always foreshadowed and always recontextualize earlier events that maybe didn’t make sense. They feel planned, thought out, CARED for, just like the characters who populate the world.

Steven’s story, especially given the moral ambiguities brought to the table recently, really has a lot of potential to do these things — to be a personal journey more than typical “destroy evil” stuff — and in many ways, it has already.

I believe in Steven.

Reblogged from cyclopette
1
Oct

markruffalo:

aos-skimmons:

so I was thinking that mark ruffalo sounds a lot like mark buffalo, and then i decided that i obviously wasn’t going to be the only one who thought about this. so i typed ‘ruffalo the buffalo’ into google images and i found these…

image

image

image

i don’t know why but it made me happy 

I don’t know why but it makes me happy too.

Reblogged from markruffalo
1
Oct
keinneb:

I sometimes think about this very quiet, serious scientist carrying around Gnome Chompski and chuckle to myself. 

keinneb:

I sometimes think about this very quiet, serious scientist carrying around Gnome Chompski and chuckle to myself. 

Reblogged from fuckyeahhalf-life
1
Oct
thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

pussyrican:

Fun Fact: Morgan Freeman does his own stunts.

Fun fact: this was actually a two story window prior to Morgan Freeman sitting on the windowsill. Once the house realized who he was, it retracted itself into the ground to prevent injury to Morgan Freeman.

thingswilllookbetterinthemorning:

pussyrican:

Fun Fact: Morgan Freeman does his own stunts.

Fun fact: this was actually a two story window prior to Morgan Freeman sitting on the windowsill. Once the house realized who he was, it retracted itself into the ground to prevent injury to Morgan Freeman.

(Source: gifak-net)

Reblogged from savethewailes
1
Oct
ayothewuisback:

Upon cleaning out the darkest depths of my grandmother’s fridge, I discovered food that is older than me. This expired in February… 1987. This can saw Reaganomics. This can saw The Challenger explode. It saw the fall of the Soviet Union. It was around when Tupac got shot. Both times. This can is older than The Simpsons. #bruh

ayothewuisback:

Upon cleaning out the darkest depths of my grandmother’s fridge, I discovered food that is older than me. This expired in February… 1987. This can saw Reaganomics. This can saw The Challenger explode. It saw the fall of the Soviet Union. It was around when Tupac got shot. Both times. This can is older than The Simpsons. #bruh

Reblogged from bolto
1
Oct