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Leia: I don’t know what you’re talking about. I’m a member of the Imperial Senate on a diplomatic mission to Alderaan.


Originally posted by amgc-96

for those
who have loved
and for those
who have been
broken by love.

…the book Pidge uses to study in the flashback confuses me a lot. First of all, the two pages are exactly the same:

Second of all, the math is wrong?? ???? 

₀∫ 1cos(x) dx = sin - 2x      ?? ?!??!? NONONONONO

₀∫ 1cos(x) dx = ₀[sin(x)] = sin(2π) - sin(0) = 0 - 0 = 0      yes,,,

And then this thing:

WP = √(sin²(θ))      = (sin²(θ))½ = sin(θ) 

Which. What the fuck. Assuming we’re looking at physics equations here and that W = work and P = power, the formula should look like this: P = W/t. Simple. The angle is throwing me for a loop, if W & P stand for what they usually stand for it doesn’t matter.

As for the sketch at the end, I’m not even sure what it’s supposed to show…

Me @ dreamworks:


I very strongly headcanon old man Kakashi grows his hair out in tribute to his dad (and wakes up Gai on sundays with breakfast in bed and stubbly face rubs but that’s another story).



Ever wonder how Tasty recipes and videos get made? Here’s a peek behind the scenes!

anonymous asked:

What was early youtube like?

  • 2007
  • 360p resolution
  • 10min vid time limit
  • Like 3 good Youtube Gamer Reviews (Screwattack, AVGN, and that’s it)
  • Nearly no copy right limits
  • 5 Stars
  • Smosh TMNT Theme song on repeat
  • This awful video:


Blond Skywalker genes, the secret’s out thanks to the little Matt the Radar Technician incident…

[Image description] A piece of paper with the words “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Questioning and Asexual” typed in rainbow letters. The background of the image is a photo of a sunny sky with several clouds in it. [End image description] 

This is something that I got from my university’s Queer Club (and, yes, that is the name). Notice that part right at the end? Asexual? Guess what? They’re included in the community. They’re not excluded, hated, belittled, or attacked. 

They’re accepted and supported. This shows that the discourse about whether aces are LGBT or not is almost certainly restricted only to online communities. And, even then, it seems largely focused on Tumblr. 

The exclusion of ace people does not occur offline. And if it does happen somewhere, those people who exclude aces are assholes.


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