It’s gotten to the point where I have enough visible muscle and look butch enough that boys are scared of me and my friends “jokingly” ask me to beat people up for them. I have succeeded. My mission is complete. Nothing can stop me now.

When I was younger, I still strived to spend most of my time alone or spend it training. It was rather difficult at times to get along with anyone. But eventually I came around to the idea. But a favorite moment…

I suppose it would be the times when we completed missions together. The entire team could get along for the most part. And there were times when Sakura and I simply talked and whether I had a lot to say or not, we started getting to know each other and became better friends.

I understood her well enough to know when something was bothering her instantly and at times, I knew what to say to make her feel better. Although she used to overdo her feelings for me, I preferred the moments when it felt simple.

Ship fic five - Zim/Skoodge

Disregard that last post–I sent this fic to my gf in Skype before I accidentally deleted it so it’s been recovered.  

I’m not quite sure how this ship works, but I did my best trying to write it.  Next I’m trying Red/Zim which I have even less of idea how it works, but again I’ll do my best!

Anyways, enjoy ♥

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So this guy in my class asked 'Who is Ed Sheeran?'

After leaving the room with hurt emotions. I told him he had to listen to one of his song and he’d find out.

I played YNMIDNY…Live version. That’s right, the 10 minute version.

At first he sat there and towards the middle, he started nodding his head

And atlas when it ended, he still was laughing because he thought “They say I’m up and coming like I’m fucking in an elevator"  was such a great line.

Mission accomplished

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you know i’m always a little … amused? when i see people acting like jasper is some great homeworld officer but like-

she’s on an escort mission to a planet thought completely devoid of gem presence for a scientific research project

that doesn’t sound like an honor

that sounds like a punishment

she may be strong, she may know her tactics, she may be able to fight like the devil, but she’s also impulsive, disregards orders for things she thinks are more important, and grossly underestimates her opponents

she’s not a war hero, she’s a fuckup

(and i love her)


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Epic day

64 miles, 11 mountains, 4 hours of rain, 15 roars of lightening, 1 minor crash, super slow up hills, super fast down hills, completed mission, dead cellphone, bed time.

1 more day. 😀



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Happy Birthday Apollo Program: Today (July 28, 1960) at a series of meetings of The Space Task Group, the Apollo Program was announced. According to wikipedia:

The program was named after the Greek god of light, music, and the sun by NASA manager Abe Silverstein, who later said that “I was naming the spacecraft like I’d name my baby.” Silverstein chose the name at home one evening, early in 1960, because he felt “Apollo riding his chariot across the Sun was appropriate to the grand scale of the proposed program.”

Such great promise for a long period of space exploration fizzled out after the Skylab and Apollo-Soyuz missions were completed. And, oh the future plans for Apollo. The Apollo Applications Program (AAP) had visions of a moon base and possibly a Venus flyby. David S Portree posted an article on Wired in Oct 2014 that described how the Apollo Program might have fared in history.

Even though cut short, the Apollo Program did yield significant scientific and technological results, as Carl Sagan explains in this short video:

The Sagan Series - Gift of Apollo

Apollo Applications Program (@ wiki)
Dreaming a Different Apollo (Portree article)


After every university mission is completed, you’ll be free to wander the building or return directly to your room to speed the story along. This is an entirely optional cutscene in which we learn a little more about Yog-Sothoth and the Dunwichers relationship to him.

This is of course carrying on from the previous scene.

On July 21, 2011, the final Space Shuttle mission returned to Earth.

After completing 200 orbits of the Earth for nearly thirteen days, Atlantis made its 33rd – and final – landing on July 21st, 2011, as STS-135 was the final mission of the Space Shuttle program. For thirty years, a generation of astronauts embarked on a wide range of dynamic missions utilizing the five shuttles that comprised the Space Transportation System (STS). As humanity’s first reusable spacecraft, these robust shuttles provided the means for two of NASA’s finest achievements – launching the Hubble Space Telescope and constructing the International Space Station.

“The space shuttle changed the way we view the world, the way we view the universe,” STS-135 Commander Chris Ferguson said soon after landing. “America’s not going to stop exploring. Thanks for protecting us and bringing this program to a fitting end.”

Since the completion of STS-135 three years ago, NASA still remains unable to send Americans to space, and must rely upon the Russian Space Agency, Roscosmos for passage to the ISS. Hoping that an American-based commercial alternative would be available by 2015 under the Commercial Crew Program (CCP), NASA had an original contract with Roscosmos at roughly $62.7 million per seat aboard a Soyuz spacecraft. However, because of the failure on Congress’ part to fully fund the CCP at optimum levels, that goal was made impossible. Still requiring a means to transport Americans to and from the ISS, on April 30th, 2013, NASA was forced to extend that contract until 2017.

This extension also comes at a price. The price of one Soyuz seat now requires NASA to pay Roscosmos approximately $8 million more, at $70.7 million per seat.

Tell Congress that you support fully funding the Commercial Crew Program and that you want to end NASA’s dependence on expensive Soyuz trips: http://www.penny4nasa.org/take-action/

Watch “End of an Era: The Final Shuttle Launch” here: http://goo.gl/RxRJxD

1. STS-135 Landing Blog http://goo.gl/OUYT5
2. NASA to Pay $70 Million a Seat to Fly Astronauts on Soyuz http://goo.gl/bQKAY