red headed

a man was like “what do you weigh, 90 pounds sopping wet” and i was like “actually, yes” and he was like “shit and youre like 5′5?” AND I WAS LMAO NO THE FLOORS ARE RAISED BACK HERE and then he was like “look at me, i wanna see your eyes” and i did and he was like “my mom told me not to trust a woman with different colored eyes” and i just??? is that a thing anyone on earth has ever said??? what that even mean? and he then changes to “but at least youre not red headed, she said not to trust them either” and i was like “actually…… this is dye” and i think i saw his soul leave his body

So in AvX Consequences Scott is suicidal until he meets another prisoner who gives him the strength to move on, gets him actually fight when he’s trying to become a Martyr in order to protect him, and is a huge part of the Catalyst convincing Scott to break out of prison so that he can protect mutants.

He is also a red headed telekinetic it’s so obvious what is being implied here.


Saw one of these guys at our feeders today–the Red-Headed Woodpecker. Not only are they really beautiful birds, they’re pretty big! Maybe close to the size of a crow. They’re pretty skittish, so I didn’t risk moving to try to get a picture, as I was fairly close by. These are a couple of pictures I found online, as examples. As it warms up, more birds are coming back, and today add Grackles and Bluejays to the list, joining the usual suspects of various woodpeckers (including the Red-Bellied) Cardinals, Finches, Robins, Owls, Hawks, etc. More to come, I’m sure. I hope to add many more, and especially want to see an Indigo Bunting!


Paladin Swap → Pidge as the red paladin 

The red lion is temperamental and the most difficult to master. It’s faster and more agile than the others, but also more unstable. It’s pilot needs to be someone who relies more on instinct than skill alone. 


forsythe pendleton ‘jughead’ jones ♡ To someone on the outside, peering in, it would’ve looked like there were four people in that booth. But I was there, and I can tell you. Really, there were only three. A blonde girl, a raven-haired girl, and the luckiest red-headed boy in the universe. For one shining moment, w e  w e r e  j u s t  k i d s.

For my part I made my way home to Kensington and my wife. Mary, bless her, had rightly guessed where I had been and with whom, yet she did no more than to accuse me of marrying her under the false pretence that while all the world believed that she held my heart, in reality it belonged to Holmes.
—  John Watson as written by Bert Coules in the Red-Headed League radio dramatisation

If there’s a single most important part of processing the bird, it’s making sure to get it banded. This red-headed woodpecker is rocking his size 2 USGS federal band as well as three color bands so I can identify and study him from a distance without capturing him again.

It’s important to collect all of your data swiftly, grab photo documentation, and get the bird back to the wild, but what if the animal is stressed and there isn’t time? Just band it. Adding a unique marker means you can get all the data you need later, when the bird is feeling better.

One of the most important parts of being a good field biologist is respecting and closely monitoring the wellbeing of your animals! I only pause for photos and video on healthy birds, and make sure to constantly check for signs of stress (puffing, eye closing, reduced activity).

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