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if you don’t think history is amusing then you’re wrong because one time 3 different guys declared themselves pope all at once and they all excommunicated each other and it was basically the funniest shit ever

what about that time the Lichtenstein army sent 80 men to Italy to fight and came back with 81  

what about the time when a guy tried to assassinate the archduke, failed, and threw himself into a 2 inch deep river in a suicide attempt

Throwing someone out of a tower in Prague and giving it a fancy name, anyone?

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We learned the most beautiful phrase in Japanese class today…

spicy-mituna-roll:

dizzydennis:

私はズボンの中にハンバーガーがあります。

There’s no direct translation, but it can be interpreted as, “Our hearts are one, no matter what obstacles we face.”

I really love it because it shows the unity that love and friendship can have. Japanese is such a beautiful language.

Even with my base knowledge of Japanese… that’s what I thought it said. Suspicious amount of katakana, lol.

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everythingcastiel:

rock-salt-and-samhain:

otterparade:






1.Sheldon watches Supernatural
2.Sheldon ships Destiel


I believe it says the Doctor and a Dalek above that. Sweeeeeeet.

everythingcastiel:

rock-salt-and-samhain:

otterparade:

1.Sheldon watches Supernatural

2.Sheldon ships Destiel

I believe it says the Doctor and a Dalek above that. Sweeeeeeet.

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My dog died a few days ago…

And my dad just told me about it. Her name was Pop, she was roughly 14, and she wasn’t the brightest dog ever but always full of love and energy. I saw her last about a month ago. Dogs should have longer than 10-20 years to live. :(

theenigmaticsquirrel:

jonjonweaver:

livinglovinoloca:

fairyshark:

me at 12/13

me now (16)

me at 12

me now

Me at age 12, sigh. 

Me now three days ago.

me 12 (I’m on the right)

Me now (I’m on the right) (lol, just kidding)
 

OMG DOM REALLY THAT PIC I LOOK LIKE A SUNBURNT POTATO.

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So I have a second blog…

And it’d be fun if it wasn’t like I was talking to myself on it. :)

Edit: crankyoldlunatic.tumblr.com


(Because, as theenigmaticsquirrel pointed out, I am… a technological genius and posted the inaccessible address. Naturally.)


Oops.

crankyoldlunatic:

mediamattersforamerica:

Fox News remembers 9/11 by attacking President Obama for not mentioning God in his presidential proclamation.Fox Co-Host Gretchen Carlson noted that Obama has “called for a moment of silence, but has not called for the word God.” Fox News’ Steve Doocy added: “On this most somber of days, get this. Does the President of the United States call on people to pray for those lives lost? No.”For starters, Fox News’ claim is blatantly false…a lie, if you will: Obama’s proclamation actually calls on “God’s grace.”And, to add a bit of hypocrisy to this latest Fox News lie: George W. Bush didn’t include the word “God” in his 2006, 2007 and 2008 presidential proclamations on 9/11. But, you didn’t hear Fox attacking him for ‘ignoring God.’

You know it’s gotta be bad when someone who does believe in God feels a bit of offense on behalf of those who don’t and are thinking ‘Whoa, buddy… let’s back the fuck off people’s beliefs here’. Why is this even an issue, whether or not he mentions God?

crankyoldlunatic:

mediamattersforamerica:

Fox News remembers 9/11 by attacking President Obama for not mentioning God in his presidential proclamation.

Fox Co-Host Gretchen Carlson noted that Obama has “called for a moment of silence, but has not called for the word God.” Fox News’ Steve Doocy added: “On this most somber of days, get this. Does the President of the United States call on people to pray for those lives lost? No.”

For starters, Fox News’ claim is blatantly false…a lie, if you will: Obama’s proclamation actually calls on “God’s grace.”

And, to add a bit of hypocrisy to this latest Fox News lie: George W. Bush didn’t include the word “God” in his 2006, 2007 and 2008 presidential proclamations on 9/11. But, you didn’t hear Fox attacking him for ‘ignoring God.’

You know it’s gotta be bad when someone who does believe in God feels a bit of offense on behalf of those who don’t and are thinking ‘Whoa, buddy… let’s back the fuck off people’s beliefs here’. Why is this even an issue, whether or not he mentions God?

What I see when I hear… Ayla

Tiestooooooo! This is an oldie but goodie. It’s one of the first trance songs I heard ever and one of the songs that made me fall in love with Tiesto. I think it *may* have even contributed to me going crazy for studying astronomy. Maybe. In a weird way. I hadn’t fully explored my synesthesia yet, so it still really influenced what I thought about the world. Which is odd. This song isn’t spacey. Much like the last post, it’s watery.

Ayla is a bit scary to listen to, in a sense, much life Clocks by Coldplay (I’ll have to do an entry on that as well sometime… maybe…). It’s scary in the sense that not only it strong as hell and in-my-face, but its like being in deep ocean, way underwater. It’s nothing but blue in all direction. Up top, a murky, lighter navy blue, down below, almost black dark blue. Just suspension in this world of blue hue, that doesn’t move too much.

It’s a little unnerving to hear a song where you’re so suspended in one place where you can’t see below you and above looks infinitely far away, but that’s Ayla. Also like the last post… sometimes if I get too caught up in it it’s a little  harder to breathe just because it’s so fluid and ocean-like.

There are, of course, more blue, way more dark songs that I listen to. But it’s rare to have a song be so strong in more than a visual sense that it affects you like that.

What I see when I hear… Time to Pretend

It’s been a while. I am going to be honest when I say I’ve been busy and stressed. And when I’m stressed I lose my colors and it’s sad. But I think I’m in a better place now. Stressed but fortunately my music isn’t bland and boring anymore.

Anywho, with that said, Time to Pretend. This song is quite strong for me. It’s one of those songs that surround me with not only color but have a particular kind of world all its own. It’s orange. Bright ass orange and sunset yellow. But it’s quite particular in that it’s completely underwater. This song is dripping wet. Sometimes, and I am not exaggerating, it feels a little hard to breathe when listening to this because it’s so submerged.

I guess the best way to put it is like when you’re at the bottom of a pool looking up at the sky. The sky, in this case, would be yellowish golden. The water is thoroughly orange.

At the chorus is when it really gets to me. That’s when the yellow really pops out of the sky and seeps into the water. It’s where you get nice and close to the surface and everything gets bright and clearer.

That sounds gross, but it’s just like being at the bottom of a pool. This is one a very few songs that I can see this strongly with no blue or purple or black in sight. It’s quite lovely. I love running at sunset next to the beach with this on, because it just WORKS.

I missed this blog.

David Tennant In Places He Shouldn't Be!: Tumblr and Youtube could be shut down by the end of 2011

dondondadadon:

Welp.

I, for one, find Tumblr one of the more reliable sources of information and one of the most up to date. We knew about the content of Obama’s impromptu surprise announcement before he announced it himself, just to name an example. The same difference applies to Youtube,…