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4.5" Earth Satellite View - with Cloud Cover MOVA Globe | Buy-Now!

  • A satellite view with cloud cover makes for a calm depiction of Earth as seen from outer space. Graphic does not label cities or countries, making for a natural view of our planet
  • MOVA Globe utilizes solar cell technology to rotate silently on its own with any ambient indoor light or indirect sunlight, no batteries or wires required. Non-toxic fluids rest between the inner and outer acrylic shells for low-friction environment
  • Measures 4.5 inches in diameter, fitting in the palm of your hand; slightly larger than a softball. After base assembly, measures approximately 7 inches in height and weighs 4 pounds
  • Globe comes with easy-to-assemble 3-pronged acrylic stand and user manual, all in secure foam packaging
  • Unique gift item for home decorators, tech geeks, world travelers, astronomy enthusiasts, educators, corporation gifts and the person who already has everything. Globe’s silent movement reflects the steady rotation of the earth while sparking conversation and wonder for anyone who comes across its path

anonymous asked:

A fluffy little prompt (writing or drawing or whatever you prefer!) for you: A stormy day indoors. Like the sort of day where you cuddle up in the softest, poofiest comforter you can find with a shitty movie to make fun of and lots of snacks. And maybe the rain lulls Noct to sleep and just. Cuteness all around.

This was really fun to write! Also I apologize for the movie selection, it was admin Snake’s decision and I was badgered until I agreed.

I hope you like it! -admin Moogle

“What is that?”

“Um, it’s a couch, Iggy,” Prompto grunted. “What does it look like to you?”

Ignis regarded Prompto with a skeptical gaze as he folded his arms over his chest. Noctis’ high school friend was carrying in a large box with Noctis lifting the other side, and they’d just made it through the doorframe when Ignis intervened.

The two had spent nearly an entire day hunting for a new piece of furniture for the prince’s apartment, but judging by the box picture their choice was…questionable to Ignis. Simply put, it was hideous.

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Artist’s Collection Knock Off/Galactic Print Tangle Jr

eBay: $1.19 USD, free shipping.

Did you all hear a shriek coming from regional Victoria, Australia? That was me. I’d say I’m sorry about that, but I’m really not.

Galactic print Tangle Jr. 

The order was scheduled to arrive between July 17 and 30, and it arrived today, July 18 (12 days after ordering, which is fabulous for free international shipping). They were really well packaged in foam wrapping, so there was no way anything could break or crack.

Aside from the packaging giving it away, these are knock-offs. They’re a little lighter than the branded Tangles. One is a little stiffer, one is a little looser. As you can see in the third photo, it’s harder to make it form an even twist, although this might become less difficult with handling. The galactic print also leaves a very slight powdery residue behind that my other Tangles (branded or knock-off) don’t, which might be a problem for some stimmers. I notice it, but I can put up with it for the sake of the pretty.

These are, however, very small complaints, as these Tangles are far more usable for me than the GITD knock-offs. They rotate much more smoothly than I expected, and for the price, I’m more than pleased. Unlike the GITD Tangles, I’d actually use these for stimming. I’d say this is a pretty decent knock-off alternative, and far more accessible/affordable for many international stimmers than the real Artist’s Collection Tangles. Plus, being a unique print, it’s less of a direct knock-off, which I do feel better about.

It looks as though there’s cracks in the macaroni pieces, but they’re just seam lines from the printing. There’s no cracks at all in either Tangle.

And they’re so pretty!

Stimmers will note that my Tangles do not in any way match the photos in the auction listing. There’s also no way to pick colours. If you order these, you might not get the Tangles I got, so be prepared for anything.

I’m super happy with the purchasing experience and the product. I think it’s absolutely worth giving this listing a go just to see what Tangles you get!

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technically the skelebros and most other monsters (if not every monster) don’t have to necessarily consume actual food for sustenance.

You could be hanging out with sans and he pulls out a packet of cigs. You think to yourself, you didn’t know he smoked. And after he pops one in between his teeth you assume it’s his lighter he’s reaching for in his pocket, but he never takes it out. Instead, you watch him suck it into his mouth and start chewing. Swallows it like it’s a french fry before reaching for another.


Beth Doe was the name allotted to an unidentified homicide victim. The woman was found dead in White Haven, Pennsylvania on December 20, 1976, and had been carrying a nine-month old fetus at the time of her death. When authorities found the girl, she had been strangled, shot in the neck, and dismembered with a serrated blade. Her nose, breasts, and ears were cut off separately and were never located. The rest of her body, along with her baby, were then stuffed inside three suitcases (a reconstruction of them can be seen in the second photo). In order to get rid of the body, the suitcases were then thrown off a bridge, supposedly out of a car moving west, falling 300 feet before hitting the ground. Investigators believe that the perpetrator wanted the suitcases to be swept away by the water below, but due to the wind, this did not happen. Two of the suitcases landed in the woods alongside the river, and the third suitcase, which held the baby and the woman’s head, fell onto the bank. Between seven hours or a week after the murder (the exact time of death was never figured out), the suitcases were found by a young boy. Evidence included a series of numbers and letters written on the woman’s left hand in ink, as well as straw, foam designed for packaging purposes, bedspread, and fragments of The New York Sunday newspaper from northern New Jersey, which were all around the corpse, leading detectives to believe that the killer was from that region. The letters written on her hand were “WSR,” followed by the numbers “4″ or “5″ and then “4″ or “7.” The woman’s fingerprints were sent in to the FBI for a possible match, but no matches were found. The first picture is a possible sketch of how she would have looked like. Both the victim and the killer remain unidentified.

Imagine Genos spending thousands of dollars on “house-warming gifts” for Saitama and a bunch of the other heroes on the floor are starting to suspect either Genos is Saitama’s sugar daddy or the hero is blackmailing the cyborg when in reality Saitama is sitting in a corner of the room trapped by cardboard boxes and packaging foam begging Genos to stop bringing a new gift home every other day.