JR: I love all my show characters equally!! Lexa, Clarke…
*reads smudged writing on hand* Ramen, Baloney and… Thriller?

Magic Storyline: “The Believers’ Pilgrimage” by Doug Beyer

The Believers’ Pilgrimage” by Doug Beyer (who is currently weirdly writing this summary of his own story in the third person) is a tale of a mind mage’s dedication to a puzzle, a merfolk’s dedication to her Zendikari people, and a kor’s dedication to her deity. It’s the next episode in the Battle for Zendikar storyline, so check it out!

Art by Eric Deschamps

Today’s episode:

Catch up on the Battle for Zendikar storyline:

Let’s play another round of Will I get used to this new tumblr layout? or Will I hate it forever with the effective radiated power of 10,000 supernovae?


Paul F. Tompkins and Tom Scharpling discuss the Gathering of the Juggalos - The Best Show on WFMU

Alright, let me preface this by saying that I have had a terrible past twenty-four hours, which include, but not limited to the following events: getting stress or seafood-induced hives at midnight; having a four-hour lab that lasted until 5:30pm, not getting all the data, and still having to write a lab report on it; and being squished by a girl while her and her friend play fairly old (but not-so tasteless) music from her speakers on the bus.

So forgive me if I am not so eloquent.

To the first anon, please do not give me problems without solutions as I am a full-time biology student at my college who also happens to be an artist with a part-time job and not so much free time. I am therefore, on mobile most of the time and cannot usually determine who the rightful creator of an art is. Furthermore, why didn’t you reblog the post and add the rightful artist? Are you expecting me to do so? If so, please let me know.

To the second anon, please do not make such statements without solid references. In doing so, you ruin people’s reputations as tumblr has done to many innocents several times over. Again, what do you hope to achieve by sending me such a problematic ask? Do you want me to take the reblog down? Do you want me to find the OP and burn their house down? Please. Do not send me problems without solutions.

Thank you, and I hope you find that your sandwich bread is molded.

What’s wrong with Matsui Jurina, is not only her eyes speak, her expression speaks, but even her stance, her posture can set the atmosphere, and it’s called a fucking presence. How can I not expecting big things from this girl. No one else has what she has. No-fucking-one-else. Jesus Christ Matsui Jurina stop ruining my life

anonymous asked:

I read through the discussion on the bioactive set up yesterday. It looked really interesting and I am thinking about trying it! Did you read any of the other information or links in the discussion that other people posted? What do you think?

I don’t think bioactive is good for beardies. They’re desert dwelling species and don’t require a lot of humidity, in fact, an excessive amount of humidity in beardies can actually cause upper respiratory infections. Plus, beardies may eat any cleaner crews. There’s also still the risk of impaction, it still could be very unsanitary (which is something everyone who chooses to defend sand/loose substrates seems to ignore..), and is like the perfect breeding ground for mites, bacteria and parasites. 

I also worry that people will hear bioactive and think “well I’ll take some dirt from my backyard and put it in my beardies cage and it’ll be all good” when in reality bioactives are very complicated to set up.

There’s other ways to keep your beardie entertained and safer ways to let them dig (dig boxes) than putting them in an enclosure with a loose substrate.


      friendly reminder that if you so much as breathe the phrase manpreg! in my
       presence I will block/unfollow/throw up all over you. And definitely do not 
       show  up in my ask with that as a plot idea. I’m just ????

I Just Hat to Meet You: A Dutchie Story


Davey pushed the door back into its frame without a sound. “Yes, mom? What’s wrong?” He turned and saw his mother standing in their front hallway with her arms crossed.

“Where are you going?”


Mrs. Jacobs moved closer. “You know, dear, working your way around a lie makes it clear you’re lying.”

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