Not immune to The Rules About Coulson Eating Pancakes.
Good morning, Agent.
There is a rule?
Pretty sure the rule is Always Reblog. But I could be wrong. I’m new here. *g*
Yup, that’s correct: When you see Pancake!Coulson, you reblog Pancake!Coulson.
I love everyone at this diner.
I want to believe that I’m just misinterpreting what DC Women Kicking Ass is saying here and that they’re not suggesting that actors who don’t have a whole lot of experience/IMDB credit can’t be good, but that’s sure what it looks like. Which is very disappointing.
You don’t have to like the Wonder Woman casting. You don’t have to like Gal Gadot. You don’t have to like that they cast an unknown in such an iconic, incredible role. But “Short IMDB page = not a very good actress” is a terrible message to be sending out into the world. The film industry isn’t really a meritocracy, and that line of thinking can be really damaging to aspiring actors who aren’t getting roles because they don’t fit a particular type — one that Gal Gadot does fit to a large degree, but one that not every incredibly talented person does.
Again, I’m willing to give DC Women Kicking Ass the benefit of the doubt, as I’m sure they’ll have a more thought-out response to the casting once the hubub dies down. But this worries me. It worries me a lot.
Edit: Ahahah NOPE.
Yeah, fuck it. This is absolute bullshit.
I am currently watching this play out in real time and quickly remembering why I unfollowed this person on tumblr about a year ago.
MORE LIKE DC WOMEN… KISS MY ASS
sorry i just… I hate dcwomenkicknass. a lot.
The sheer stupidity.
What the fuck just happened.
The argument is literally, “Her resume is not long enough to be Wonder Woman.”
Gal Gadot has 10.
Henry Cavill has 20.
They’re basically the same resume except Cavill’s got a few more one-shot guest spots. How does that make him superior? How does that make her inferior?
AND FROM THIS FUCKING ACCOUNT OF ALL ACCOUNTS.
What the fuck, DC Women Kicking Ass?
I would like to refer you to the 2009 article “Marvel Rolls Dice, Casts No-names for Thor”.
Gee, it’s almost like non-Oscar nominees can still do an awesome fucking job and become iconic in the role if you, you know, give them the opportunity.
Edit: Also, at the time he was cast, Tom Hiddleston had 12 entries on his imdb page.
My favourite street superhero family will be getting their own shows on Netflix: Yay!
Netflix isn’t available in Malaysia: NAY
My feelings are conflicted. But if there’s one thing I know I totally support Gideon Emery as Matt Murdock.
I can’t stop staring at this fucking thing
I’m horrified and yet it’s so intriguing
what the fuck
They’re actually completely harmless. I’ve seen people pick them up and put their clawed side down to their faces. They don’t even pinch hard enough to hurt you! The flappy part under there are their gills, the flappy part is how they swim, upside down and with claws doing the back stroke. But on land they’re pretty much wiggling bait for gulls.
tldr - Horseshoe crabs are one of the most pathetic species on this planet even if they look like a facehugger from the Alien franchise wearing a funny hat.
I love horseshoe crabs ;0; totally harmless neato ancient arthopods babs.
All they wanna do is scuttle along the sand and nibble things and occasionally give the boys the piggyback ride of love. <3
yessss, and their eyes are on top of their bodies so in this gif the poor thing was so confused. He’s just like why cant i fucking swim where the fuck is the water.
I keep moving my things and nothing is happening where the hell am I in limbo?! Fuck I’m gonna be eaten don’t just stand there help a Limulidae out here!
Fun facts about these cute little suckers:
1. Those long pointy spikes on their butts aren’t dangerous. If they are out on dry land to have sex and they get flipped over, they use that tail spike to flip themselves back over. This keeps gulls from eating them.
2. They have 10 separate eyes all over the surface of their shells which help them see everything around them at any given time.
3. They have blue blood. This blood is also extracted by scientists and is used to treat diabetes, stomach ulcers and almost every form of cancer.
These little arthropods of the sea are cute and harmless and help save lives. Good on you, horseshoe crab.
God has spoken.
You all know you heard his voice as you read that tweet .
This wins all the awards.
Vaccine Infographic by Leon Farrant.
I often speak with patients who tell me that they do not wish to be vaccinated because they do not see the point, that it is a farce, that it can cause autism (it does not), despite educating and informing them of the reasons behind it.
In the same way that people who did not grow up during the great wars of the mid-twentieth century have little frame of reference as to what the toll of total war can be, neither can a newer generation of people who have never seen the effects of polio, smallpox, and measles ravage humanity. For many people in the developed world, these are just distant, faded memories captured in the pages of medical textbooks.
I sincerely hope that the understanding of why we vaccinate does not become lost over time, that people need not fall victim to these preventable diseases; otherwise, the suffering, the challenges, and the research that went into developing these vaccines were all for nothing.
THEYRE LIKE A FAMILY OF DINOSaurs
omg how cute what are they???
#i dont have the heart to tell them the truth
Knowing what they are does not negate the fact that they are cute (if you’re into that sort of thing) and they do, in fact, resemble a family of dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs that can make you feel really really good.
(Answering a tag based inquiry.) I believe these are acquired at Bad Dragon [link is nsfw]. I’m not 100% sure if these colors are still available — I didn’t want to stay on the website too long at work even thought I have my own office. LOL.
Gotta say, they’re cute enough that I think they’d be worth having even beyond their…intended purpose. *g*
can someone just stop him
he’s killing me with dat coat
SFX Designer Builds Rideable Two Ton Diesel Robot Hexapod, “World’s Biggest”
Denton, an animatronics and special-effects designer whose portfolio includes “Prometheus” and “Lost in Space” with company Micromagic Systems, has an interest in hexapods that goes way back.
Over the years, he has built a few miniature hexapods at Micromagic. Mantis is his first giant-sized model, the result of four years of research, development, design, and building, and is, Denton claims, the biggest operational hexapod in the world.
The thing comes in at 9.2 feet tall, weighing 2 tons. It’s powered by a 2.2-liter turbo diesel engine and is designed to take on any terrain.