twistedingenue:

fireun:

twistedingenue:

There is nothing more terrifying and awe-inspiring than watching the edit emails from Google docs as fireun works her beta magic.

Oh dear gods, does it notify you of every comment?!

Big groupings of them! I’m sure there’s a setting I could turn off if I really wanted to.

I am both fascinated and horrified at the thought of how those emails must look. Back at it shortly :D Thoroughly enjoying, by the way.

51st:

kripke-is-my-king:

thevulcantimelord:

uuuhshiny:

doctorwhedonverse:

This was porn to me. 

this is porn

and then this happened

is that John Barrowman and James Marsters making out

… that is John Barrowman and James Marsters making out

FIVE

YEAR

LADYBONER

(Source: torchwoodgifs, via clint-you-dummy)

misanthropicmutiny:

Living with mental illness means that on some days it will be even harder to cope and you might not be able to explain why. It could be because you havent slept enough, because a smell reminded you of feeling sad, or for no reason at all.

This is a reminder that we dont have to justify our feelings or abilities to anyone, just do whats needed to make it to the next day.

(via twistedingenue)

artbyrichard:

How cute is this Lil Hawkeye?? #cosplay #hawkeye #marvelcomics #marvel #lbcc #longbeachcomiccon #clintbarton

artbyrichard:

How cute is this Lil Hawkeye??
#cosplay #hawkeye #marvelcomics #marvel #lbcc #longbeachcomiccon #clintbarton

(via clint-you-dummy)

twistedingenue:

There is nothing more terrifying and awe-inspiring than watching the edit emails from Google docs as fireun works her beta magic.

Oh dear gods, does it notify you of every comment?!

proteesiukkonen:

I Am a Bride

A short comic inspired by Finnish werewolf folklore in which it is many times the wedding couple and/or the entire wedding party that is bewitched to turn into wolves by a resentful guest or family member.

(via naturepunk)

jtalley1138:

kellysue:

Rebloggable, courtesy of waynereewrites

This man right here.

(via clint-you-dummy)

allforgotenunderrated:

My brothers working ferret! He caught a couple rabbits yesterday!

(via thefriendlyferret)

nambroth:

(video http://youtu.be/5DLAWRlkKsw )

Today is national coffee day! ON THIS DAY, DID YOU KNOW…
The world’s love of coffee runs deep:

  • The International Coffee Organization estimates that people consumed 7.8 billion kilograms of coffee in 2008.
  • More than half of all Americans over the age of 18 — 107 million people — drink coffee daily.
  • Coffee is the world’s second-most-valuable commodity exported by developing countries, after oil. (think about this)
  • The global coffee industry earns an estimated $60 billion annually but less than 10 percent of those earnings end up in the hands of coffee farmers. Although the fair trade coffee (coffee that is sustainable and pays a fair price to farmers) market is on the rise, it constitutes only two percent of the world’s coffee supply.
  • Most of the original forests have been cut down for coffee monoculture crops in climates where coffee grows best.
  • The deforestation contributes to global warming as the trees are cut and burned, releasing carbon. Additionally, as trees are lost, the ecosystem is losing is capacity to sequester carbon. As you can imagine, these lost habitats should be supporting a ton of animals, including migratory birds.
  • Shade-grown (bird-friendly) Coffee can support habitat protection for hundreds of bird species.


Our choices as consumers can have a direct impact on the survival of a declining species and a disappearing ecosystem. If you can afford it, consider seeking out shade-grown/bird friendly coffees (even better if they are also fair trade!). I am drinking some right now, and honestly it is delicious and really not much more expensive than any other premium coffee.

Some Sauce: https://www.fws.gov/northeast/climatechange/stories/warbler.html

What the hell are all these labels? http://blog.allaboutbirds.org/2012/10/09/making-sense-of-coffee-labels-shade-grown-organic-fair-trade-bird-friendl/

Etc http://nationalzoo.si.edu/scbi/migratorybirds/coffee/