http://thisismyveritas.tumblr.com/post/88543526639/my-favorite-show-on-television-is-finding-bigfoot

thisismyveritas:

My favorite show on television is Finding Bigfoot. I mean, I’ve never actually seen an episode, but I just love the fact that they have made 5 seasons of a show based on searching for a mythical creature. FIVE SEASONS. They literally made an entire season of this show without discovering even the…

I really like Finding Bigfoot, mostly because its a train wreck. Man this show is stupid.

siores:

He transformed the pain of his tormented life into ecstatic beauty. Pain is easy to portray but to use your passion and your pain to portray the ecstasy and joy and the magnificence of our world, no one had ever done it before. Perhaps no one ever will again.

ratharee:

My stunning White lipped python. 

Galadriel, Lady of the woods. 

Two years old and pushing five feet.

Anonymous said: You should draw a puma wearing puma shoes.

lord-of-the-drinks:

iguanamouth:

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this is why i love tumblr

durnesque-esque:

observingkatherine:

giraffepoliceforce:

Still pretty proud of my response to this.

I was totally down with the change over already, but not knowing the backstory, this just convinced me so hard that Captain America needs to be a minority right now. 
Before, Marvel said, “This is what you want? Well fuck you, he isn’t going to help you.” 
Now Marvel is saying, “This is who you’re throwing under the bus? Who you’re tossing into prison like he doesn’t mean anything? Who you demonize regularly? Well fuck you, he’s going to save you anyway.”
And as far as the Thor thing, that whole, “If he be worthy part,” yeah, they’re giving the finger to the patriarchy right there saying, “Hey, women are worthy too.”
If these two things were spaced out, I might believe that they were just marketing ploy, but they come so close together at a time where this message is necessary, I can’t help but think that there are people at Marvel who get it and are going with it. 
I mean, if they were willing to fight Hitler during WWII, why not be willing to fight some of the evils of today? 

durnesque-esque:

observingkatherine:

giraffepoliceforce:

Still pretty proud of my response to this.

I was totally down with the change over already, but not knowing the backstory, this just convinced me so hard that Captain America needs to be a minority right now. 

Before, Marvel said, “This is what you want? Well fuck you, he isn’t going to help you.” 

Now Marvel is saying, “This is who you’re throwing under the bus? Who you’re tossing into prison like he doesn’t mean anything? Who you demonize regularly? Well fuck you, he’s going to save you anyway.”

And as far as the Thor thing, that whole, “If he be worthy part,” yeah, they’re giving the finger to the patriarchy right there saying, “Hey, women are worthy too.”

If these two things were spaced out, I might believe that they were just marketing ploy, but they come so close together at a time where this message is necessary, I can’t help but think that there are people at Marvel who get it and are going with it. 

I mean, if they were willing to fight Hitler during WWII, why not be willing to fight some of the evils of today? 

big-catsss:

Elaine Kruer was able to watch a mother carefully move her cubs to their den. The process was very special and a reminder of how gentle nature can be. “When her grip began to slip, rather than tighten her grasp, she would lay them down and use her paws to reposition them ever so carefully,” says Elaine. (source)

fuzzykitty01:


yokhakidfiasco:

thisistwig:

satanrain:

Me

whaaat

still worth reblogging

Fighting crime has never been so fabulous.

fuzzykitty01:

yokhakidfiasco:

thisistwig:

satanrain:

Me

whaaat

still worth reblogging

Fighting crime has never been so fabulous.

geek-art:

Geek-Art.net

Scott C is back in Los Angeles with the Revenge of the Great Showdowns ! Check my selection of his amazingly cool new artworks here.

#geekart

brianmichaelbendis:

Batman by George Pratt

brianmichaelbendis:

Batman by George Pratt