• Aries:You will celebrate your birthday between March 21st and April 19th
  • Taurus:You will celebrate your birthday between April 20th and May 20th
  • Gemini:You will celebrate your birthday between May 21st and June 20th
  • Cancer:You will celebrate your birthday between June 21st and July 22nd
  • Leo:You will celebrate your birthday between July 23rd and August 22nd
  • Virgo:You will celebrate your birthday between August 23rd and September 22nd
  • Libra:You will celebrate your birthday between September 23rd and October 22nd
  • Scorpio:theres a chocolate coin in your ass remove it b4 ur nxt dr's appt.
  • Sagittarius:You will celebrate your birthday between November 22nd and December 21st
  • Capricorn:You will celebrate your birthday between December 22nd and January 19th
  • Aquarius:You will celebrate your birthday between January 20th and February 18th
  • Pisces:You will celebrate your birthday between February 19th and March 20th

We’re all waiting for the Apple iWatch to come out, and there have been very weird rumor pictures of how it might look, though this is my favorite.

Is it going to come out? YES. How do we know? We have more than enough perfect proof that starts months ago:

1) A few months ago, Nike laid off it’s whole group that worked on Nike Fuelband. The product was discontinued, just like that. But Nike had a reason behind it. They’re known to be close partners with Apple. And if Nike quit Fuelband, it means that something else will come up, a partnership between Nike and Apple that will drown Fuelband, and take over. That’s iWatch.  That’s the only logical reason that Fuelband was discontinued.

2) Then, a very recent news arrived. Apple just hired a senior executive from Swiss luxury watch brand Tag Heuer, which could be (obviously) to help it with the launch of its iWatch expected this autumn. Tag Heuer, part of luxury goods group LVMH, said on Friday its vice president for sales, Patrick Pruniaux, who had been with the brand for seven years, was leaving on Monday to join Apple. Of course, why would Apple hire a swiss luxury watch salesmen? iWatch.

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I have an awful feeling season 10 is going to be the last season, and this is really the only way that I can see the show closing if that’s the case:

  • Dean accepts death as part of the cure
  • Sam also dies after completing the last trial by curing Dean, thereby shutting the gates of hell
  • Cas’s grace burns out after re-opening heaven, meaning he dies as a human and his soul goes to heaven, like Metatron said
  • Team Free Will share their heavens



Colleges will always have freshmen, and freshmen will always find increasingly stupid ways to embarrass the rest of the campus. It’s the circle of collegiate life. As such, we’ve put together a series of predictions to help you better prepare yourself for this academic onslaught of inexperience.

Finish reading —> 8 Freshman Predictions We Really Hope Don’t Come True For You

Solar Winds Linked to Increased Lightning Strikes

Solar winds hitting Earth may trigger an increase in lightning, a new study suggests.

The research finds an increase in the number of lightning strikes after the streams of plasma and particles known as solar wind arrive on Earth from the sun. Exactly why this correlation exists is unclear, but researchers say the interaction of solar particles might somehow prime the atmosphere to be more susceptible to lightning.

"As the sun rotates every 27 days these high-speed streams of particles wash past our planet with predictable regularity. Such information could prove useful when producing long-range weather forecasts," study researcher Chris Scott, a professor in space and atmospheric physics at the University of Reading, said in a statement.


Here’s How People 100 Years Ago Thought We’d Be Living Today
In 100 years, there will be flying taxis and people will travel to the moon routinely. Knowledge will be instilled into students through wires attached to their heads. These may sound like the predictions of modern-day futurists, but they’re how people a century ago saw the future–otherwise known to you and me as the present. These vintage European postcards illustrate a view of the 21st century that is remarkably prescient in some ways and hilariously wrong in others, says Ed Fries, who selected them from his private collection. In the 10 years since he left Microsoft, where he was co-founder of the Xbox project, Fries has worked on what he calls “a random collection of futuristic projects.” He’s advised or served on the board of companies working on 3-D printing, depth-sensing cameras (like those used in Kinect), and headsets for reading brain waves. Earlier this month, he presented some of his favorite postcards at a neurogaming conference in San Francisco, using them to illustrate pitfalls in predicting the future that remain relevant today. One thing you see in the cards is a tendency to assume some things won’t change, even though they undoubtedly will. In one image, a couple flags down an aerotaxi. That’s futuristic enough, but the man is wearing spats and carrying a cane, while she has a parasol and an enormous hat with a feather. Did they really think transportation would undergo a revolution while fashion stayed frozen in time? “In every one of these you see a mix of a futuristic concept with stuff that looks to us to be very old fashioned,” Fries said. At the same time, there’s virtually no hint in the postcards of the truly transformative technologies of the last century–namely personal computers and the internet. Sure, there are video phones, but the image is projected on a screen or a wall. Moving pictures were just coming into existence, Fries says, so that wasn’t a huge leap. But the idea of a screen illuminated from within seems to have been beyond their imagination. (via Here’s How People 100 Years Ago Thought We’d Be Living Today | Science | WIRED)

Actually wait this has the potential of going well for us
  • Hannah:Cas I love u
  • Cas:I was in love once...
  • Hannah:Oh what happened?
  • Cas:Well...
  • Cas internally:Wait what did end up happening
  • Cas internally:Fuck did I ever figure out where Meg went
  • Cas internally:Oh shit there was all the tablet business to deal with and I just sorta let her go and then I had to deal with being human and everything was so out of control there was no time for--fuck
  • Cas:brb Hera I gotta go ask Sam Winchester a quick question
  • Hannah:It's Han--
  • Cas:#gottafindmeg

I was browsing Tumblr, when I found this post:  The reason I’m writing this, is because under her heading for the The Pack, she has it stated that “A member of the pack will go missing and only one man can track them down.” Now, when I first read it, I didn’t think anything about it. Until, I remembered this:


I’m pretty much certain that the one that goes missing from the Pack is Stiles. It would make the most sense, with him being human and all. 

Then, I thought about this: 


It’s obvious that the person fighting the security is Derek, and its also pretty obvious that the two people in the background are Malia and Stiles. 

If you put two and two together, it becomes quite possible that Stiles is the one that goes missing, and that Derek is the one that “hunts him down”. It would make sense, considering that back in season 3B, Derek was the only werewolf able to track Stiles’ scent, even though Scott, his best friend, his brother, couldn’t. 

Mark my word, Stiles WILL go missing from the Pack, and Derek WILL be the one to hunt him down. 

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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: Interview a Child giving their Predictions of the Future or telling a Story set in the Future.

With the introduction of a potentially still alive Robert Lecter and Murasaki, this means that Will might learn, himself, about Lecters past and I can’t stop imagining his reaction to it. 

Fuller and Co could through him even deeper down the rabbit how and have him empathising with a 7 year old Lecter. 

What if wherever what happened to them, is still standing and like a crime scene and Will goes there.

Oh christ I can see this all going horribly wrong.

Why I believe Karai was mutated.


Well.  Here she is, shell heads. A lot of people had been predicting for quite awhile what would happen when our favorite kunoichi got mutated.  Some said the next Venus de Milo, others thought maybe Mona Lisa. Personally, I thought Alopex from IDW.  I mean, she did start out with the Foot, so…

But, no, instead we get an unexpected, yet very imaginative, snake mutant. Now, I’m not against a snake mutant, especially a female one, but….the snake hands? Really? I wish she was more like a naga, but this is pretty impressive.

And she can mutate back. Easier for the animators, I guess. How this will effect her future in the series, though, is still up to speculation. 

I know people are upset about this because they wanted her to be reunited with Splinter and to live with the Turtles for awhile before this happened (translation: they wanted more Leo and Karai moments), but if you ask me, if the writers were smart they would take this opportunity to do something very drastic with one of the turtles…

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