things-i-can't-do

“And from among the men shall rise, the protector of the last elven lord.”

Times of Terror
  • "What was that?"
  • "I think the door is locked!"
  • "You're not getting out of here."
  • "What is THAT?"
  • "Shhhh! They'll hear you."
  • "Please don't hurt me..."
  • "You're not begging loud enough."
  • "What is that smell?"
  • "No, please no..."
  • "Is that blood?"
  • "Hold still or you'll bleed even more."
  • "Come here. This won't hurt a bit."
  • "RUN!"
  • "What are you doing?!"
  • "I don't think I can last."
  • "Do you see them?"
  • "Can you get to that car?"
  • "Here kitty, kitty, kitty..."
  • "I bet you're delicious."
  • "Don't touch me!"
  • "Midnight, right? We have to last 'till midnight."
  • "This is a disaster."
  • "You clever thing..."
  • "I can't do this..."
  • "We shouldn't be here."
  • "I can't sleep."
  • "The thing you should fear here is ME."
  • "My phone isn't working."
  • "Hello poppet."
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Bones - 12x12 The End In The End
Memories shared by the cast while filming the series finale
Story by: Stephen Nathan
Written by: Michael Peterson, Jonathan Collier, Karine Rosenthal
Directed by: David Boreanaz

When I look back on these past twelve seasons, the thing I will remember most is all of you. Our cast and crew has been professional, dedicated, hard-working, but, most importantly, kind. No matter where our lives take us from here, we have shared something very special together. And I am so grateful for that.” - Emily Deschanel

I just love all the people up here. They respect you, they believe in you. They support each other. And it’s such a great environment to be a part of. I was blessed to meet these people. They’ve got me through lots of stuff in my life. […] We went to war when we started this, and we’re gonna come out with the flag high. […] And I love them all.” - David Boreanaz

Basic Aequis feather markings! (Exactly what it says on the tin…)

Each type has a tendency towards certain types of markings, and some markings are limited to select types. 

Accepted color palette ranges for each type will occur later, my head is kind of scrambled right now.

anonymous asked:

do you have any recommendations for what a 16 y.o. antifascist in the usa can do to stand for the cause? i can drive and purchase things, but i can't vote (or do any other legal things) or attend protests but i would like to be able to make the message heard in my town. i just can't think of anything i can do besides posting flyers.

Well there are a lot of things you can still do. I’ll start by first recommending the always great Food Not Bombs. They’re in just about every state which you can find your closest location here. You help prepare and hand out food to however needs a meal. This could mean picking up ingredients or donating or helping to cook or prep or handing it out or cleaning up after. This is a great way to help those in your community, they’re almost always are using food that would have gone to in the garbage so it’s reducing food waste. ALSO, it’s (in my experience) been a great way to get to know people with similar ideals as you. 

If there’s not a Food Not Bombs near you look for similar organizations or groups that do the same work. You can volunteer at local community centers, shelters, etc. or donate to them. You might even be able to do similar work through religious centers or cultural centers and some of this can get pretty politically relevant. For examples, some churches in my state used to do water drops in the desert for people crossing the border and help once they crossed into the U.S. 

Look at events that colleges near you might be holding. You might see a range of options here. Maybe a seminar about a subject that’s open to the public or a donation drive for a specific cause or a speaker open to the public or even go see if there’s any fliers around the campus. The community college I used to live near held a lot of stuff that centered around homeless LGBT+ youth. They had a local LGBT+ organization come to campus and explain how to help and how to get involved with other offshoot organizations. I have gone to several events without attending the school and they were always free. This applies to both state and community schools. 

And as your resident Zine Mod I will always recommend getting involved in the zine scene. Make you own political zine or see if others are looking for submissions. The best way to meet like-minded people, in my opinion. And it allows you a chance express yourself and share that with people who might also want to get involved. 

anonymous asked:

hello cutie!!! i'm now starting yoga and there are a lot of things that i can't do. i'm doing it alone and i still need to learn a lot. can you give me some tips? i really don't want to give up but sometimes i feel hopeless because i don't have that much strength or equilibrium. thank you for your time!!!! you are full of sunshine!!! i hope your life is full of love, light, a lot of plants and amazing people *hugs*

Hello!! Starting yoga can be really hard because 1) you aren;t used to working the muscles that yoga does so it is really hard at first- keep working at it though and you will see so much progress!! 2) most of the yoga that is on social media are people who have been doing it for a long time- don’t let this discourage you, practice enough and you will get better and better it just takes time and effort! 

Everyone if different so everyone is going to have a different practice. Being ‘good’ at yoga really just means being able to listen to your body and modify your practice to work for you! Some poses will come easy to you and others won’t and they will take a lot of time and practice to get good at!

If you can’t afford/get to/make time for classes try youtube! There are so many different tutorials on there in different difficulties and teaching styles, look around and find an instructor that you like and stick with that!

It always helps me to stick with it if i do it everyday at the same time (even if i only have 10 min) This way it becomes part of your routine! 

Make sure to warm up before doing any deep stretching poses- otherwise you risk hurting yourself! Here is a video of my warmup

If you don’t know where to start sun salutations are always a great place! They are simple and a lot of the poses in them will help you get better at other poses in the future, they are also a great way to start a practice!

The Signs as "That '70s Show" Quotes
  • Aries: "An apple? Where's my candy you son of a bitch!?”
  • Taurus: "Donna told me she loves me and then I told her I loved cake..."
  • Gemini: "The gym, or as I like to call it, the institute of things I can't do."
  • Cancer: “Well, honey, I don’t think you’re a jackass I think you’re a jack-angel."
  • Leo: "Well, damn Jackie I can't control the weather!"
  • Virgo: "If I was a bird I'd fly into a ceiling fan."
  • Libra: "Oh, I wish my daddy could buy him for me.”
  • Scorpio: "My foot is about to write a story. Its called 'On the Road to in Your Ass.'"
  • Sagittarius: “I don’t like people. I like rock and roll, sex, and pizza, in that order.”
  • Capricorn: "When my time comes I want to be buried face down. That way whoever doesn't like me can kiss my ass."
  • Aquarius: "It's Thanksgiving. Some people bake pies... we bake ourselves."
  • Pisces: "I sat next to God once on the bus."
Things I can't wait to do in Austin after I get top surgery:

-mow my lawn shirtless
-run by town lake shirtless
-stand up paddle boarding
-go to hippie hollow
-tan at Zilker park (and get no tan lines!)
-go bouldering/rock climbing and probably take my shirt off
-change in the men’s locker room at my gym
-get a chest piece from a local artist
-swim with my pups at bull creek
-longboard around my neighborhood (you guessed it… Shirtless)
-take my shirt off at ACL and dance and sing to awesome music