nye mani

okay but simon geeking out over bill nye’s new show and screeching happily when pansexuality being valid is mentioned-

he calls clary but she doesn’t answer and then raphael bc it’s just second nature to want to share exciting things w/him even if raphael still looks at him like he wants to snap his neck

surprisingly raphael responds kindly and says he’s happy for him but ‘who is this Bill? I told you to stay away from mundanes. have you learned nothing?’

it’s an unexpectedly amusing conversation on simon’s end as it’s nice to Not be the confused one for once

Looking for KPop blogs to follow ~

(I’ve been into kpop for years but never really looked for blogs…also my dash is empty) So…

Edit: I crossed out some, cause there are too many blogs of them..

Please like/reblog/message me if your blog contains boy groups like:

  • BTS
  • VIXX
  • Big Bang
  • GOT7
  • Shinee
  • Infinite
  • Beast
  • Super Junior
  • EXO
  • BlockB
  • 2PM
  • NU’EST
  • Cross Gene
  • etc.

or girl groups like:

  • 4Minute
  • AOA
  • T-ara
  • Sistar
  • A-Pink
  • 2NE1
  • Girl’s Day
  • Girls Generation/SNSD
  • FX
  • Orange Caramel
  • etc.

or even multifandom!

tbh I don’t even care what kind of blog you have, as long as it is kpop related I will probably follow you (unless it’s something…idk weird)

the-christian-identity  asked:

Bill Nye isn't even a real scientist.

After attending the private Sidwell Friends School, Nye enrolled at Cornell University, where he studied mechanical engineering. Upon earning his Bachelor of Science degree there, Nye went on to begin his career at The Boeing Company in Seattle, where he would live for many years. Nye developed a hydraulic pressure resonance suppressor that is still used in the Boeing 747.

In the early 2000s, he helped develop sundials that were used in the Mars Exploration Rover missions. From 2005 to 2010, he served as vice president and then as second executive director of The Planetary Society, one of the largest space-interest groups in the world.

Nye is a professor at the Frank H. T. Rhodes Visiting Professorship at Cornell. He holds three honorary doctorate degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Goucher College and Johns Hopkins.