In an alternate universe, Neil Perry surrendered to his father’s will.

ROFL. XD

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smithsonianmag:

Photo of the Day: A rainbow edges out storm clouds over the Painted Hills in Oregon
Photo by Craig Hanson (Corvallis, Oregon); John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon

purdy.

smithsonianmag:

Photo of the Day: A rainbow edges out storm clouds over the Painted Hills in Oregon

Photo by Craig Hanson (Corvallis, Oregon); John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon

purdy.

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whiny-sugar-glider:

BBC Earth - Africa

More gifs of animals.

I can watch them slide down those rocks aaaalllllll daaaaaayyyyyy.

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questionableadvice:

~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners; or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book, a Guide and Manual for Ladies, by Eliza Leslie, 1864via Open Library

questionableadvice:

~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners; or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book, a Guide and Manual for Ladies, by Eliza Leslie, 1864
via Open Library

welovepens:

ximajs:

threadwing:

benedictcumberbee:

onthesideoftheotters:

superhiddlesday:

aristocraticcake:

thesp8game:

sociopathinatardis:

martincrieffsbakedpotato:

erinsweeblog:

consultingbagginshield:

gollums-turquoise-eyes:

Carbon, the most important element in organic compounds, has an electronegativity value of 2.5.
¬ Organic Chemistry, 8th Edition by John E. McMurry.

aloud adv 
1 archaic: in a loud manner : LOUDLY
Thanks Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary

There are only two sentences on page 35
how appropriate

As more substrate is added, the active sites gradually become filled, until the point where all of them are working as fast as they can
wait that actually sounds sort of sexual
in like a weird, clinical way

This is actually the only sentence on that page in the book but…
“In which Jedward are born, Dubai is revealed to be a figment of the world’s imagination, and snow falls from the sky to the amazement of Britain’s rolling news networks.”- Charlie Brooker: I Can Make You Hate

‘His limbs were in proportion, and I had selected his features as beautiful.’ ~Frankenstein, aww yiss gonna get the beautiful d

“But he does not really want to, yet.” ~The Fellowship of the Ring, oh my god

It had a dying fall;/ O, it came o’er my ear like the sweet sound/That breathes upon a bank of violets,/Stealing and giving odor.
Twelfth Night, or, What you Will -Shakespeare

“I solemnly promised my master that I would do what he said” - Genesis 24:37 (The Bible)
HAHAHA THAT’S SO KINKY OMFG IMCRYING

“It had won a late-night Battle of the Sounds for four night running on one Detroit soul station.”
-The Stand (Stephen King)

“‘I wish you would,’ says Prim. She gives me a kiss. -Mockingjay (Suzanne Collins
… what do I think about this?

I’ve rearranged my CD shelf, so rather than an English dictionary it’s a Latin dictionary and on page 35 (excluding the preface) it says: calefaciō, fēcī, factum v warm, heat; excite
Sounds good to me. 

I can’t play this game because the nearest books are The Chicago Manual of Style, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, and The Concise AACR2, 4th ed.
AACR2, page 35: Electronic Resources. O lala!

Ok then…Barron’s Japanese Grammar, 2nd ed.: Interrogative Pronouns. Wonder what that means. Closest fiction: Kokoro, Natsume Soseki: “Well, I think that he has tired of the company of others because of his fondness for you.”

welovepens:

ximajs:

threadwing:

benedictcumberbee:

onthesideoftheotters:

superhiddlesday:

aristocraticcake:

thesp8game:

sociopathinatardis:

martincrieffsbakedpotato:

erinsweeblog:

consultingbagginshield:

gollums-turquoise-eyes:

Carbon, the most important element in organic compounds, has an electronegativity value of 2.5.

¬ Organic Chemistry, 8th Edition by John E. McMurry.

aloud adv 

1 archaic: in a loud manner : LOUDLY

Thanks Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary

There are only two sentences on page 35

how appropriate

As more substrate is added, the active sites gradually become filled, until the point where all of them are working as fast as they can

wait that actually sounds sort of sexual

in like a weird, clinical way

This is actually the only sentence on that page in the book but…

“In which Jedward are born, Dubai is revealed to be a figment of the world’s imagination, and snow falls from the sky to the amazement of Britain’s rolling news networks.”
- Charlie Brooker: I Can Make You Hate

‘His limbs were in proportion, and I had selected his features as beautiful.’ ~Frankenstein, aww yiss gonna get the beautiful d

“But he does not really want to, yet.” ~The Fellowship of the Ring, oh my god

It had a dying fall;/ O, it came o’er my ear like the sweet sound/That breathes upon a bank of violets,/Stealing and giving odor.

Twelfth Night, or, What you Will -Shakespeare

“I solemnly promised my master that I would do what he said” - Genesis 24:37 (The Bible)

HAHAHA THAT’S SO KINKY OMFG IMCRYING

“It had won a late-night Battle of the Sounds for four night running on one Detroit soul station.”

-The Stand (Stephen King)

“‘I wish you would,’ says Prim. She gives me a kiss. -Mockingjay (Suzanne Collins

… what do I think about this?

I’ve rearranged my CD shelf, so rather than an English dictionary it’s a Latin dictionary and on page 35 (excluding the preface) it says: calefaciō, fēcī, factum v warm, heat; excite

Sounds good to me. 

I can’t play this game because the nearest books are The Chicago Manual of Style, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, and The Concise AACR2, 4th ed.

AACR2, page 35: Electronic Resources. O lala!

Ok then…Barron’s Japanese Grammar, 2nd ed.: Interrogative Pronouns. Wonder what that means. Closest fiction: Kokoro, Natsume Soseki: “Well, I think that he has tired of the company of others because of his fondness for you.”

cassandraclare:

This makes me so happy.

rox712:

ninemoons42:

…what the hell just happened here. Wow.

Oh my God! Fan girl science heaven!

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You know what really bothers me sometimes?


windsweptyellowstickiesofmymind:

That hardly anyone (apart from people with Endometriosis) know that Marilyn Monroe had Endometriosis. Hence painkillers, hence death. Why is this not public knowledge? Why did I not know this, why doesn’t everyone know this?

If she had had cancer, everyone would have known. If she had died in a plane crash, everyone would have known. God forbid she merely had some unforgettable “women’s disease”..

(via lifewithautoimmune)

youjustrealized:

It is saying that Totoro is in fact messenger of Death, and whoever sees him will soon die. The hospital that the sister’s mother was in was based on a real hospital for terminally-ill patients.


Later in the story the villagers find a slipper in a pond, which is in fact May’s, at this point she has already drowned in the pond. Satsuki lied that the slipper wasn’t Mei’s out of denial. Ever since this scene, the sisters appeared to have no shadow.


Satsuki pleaded the Totoro and the cat-bus to take her to where Mei is, while on the cat-bus, says “Nobody can see us…”, this scene is Satsuki leading herself to the land of the dead (by taking the cat-bus).


At the hospital, the mother says “I think I feel May and Satsuki smiling there in that tree…” Why don’t the sisters go and see their mom if they are already there? Why do they just leave the corn there instead? It is said that the sisters were dead at that point, and the Japanese pronunciation of “corn” is similar to “kill child”.


The final scenes seem to be a happy epilogue, but they in fact happened “before” the major events in the movie.


The movie was set in a place in Japan where there was a case of murdering of two sisters which happened in the 60s. This event took place on May 1st, while the sister’s names are Satsuki (May in Japanese) and Mei (May in English). In the real life case, the younger sister was missing first and the older sister was seen to be looking for her frantically. Next day, the younger sister’s body was found in the forest (stabbed to death). The older sister was in such a state of shock and kept rambling ambiguous words about seeing a “cat monster”, “great big racoon monster” etc to the police. The sisters were in fact from a single-parent family (mother died of illness).
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youjustrealized:

  1. It is saying that Totoro is in fact messenger of Death, and whoever sees him will soon die. The hospital that the sister’s mother was in was based on a real hospital for terminally-ill patients.

  2. Later in the story the villagers find a slipper in a pond, which is in fact May’s, at this point she has already drowned in the pond. Satsuki lied that the slipper wasn’t Mei’s out of denial. Ever since this scene, the sisters appeared to have no shadow.

  3. Satsuki pleaded the Totoro and the cat-bus to take her to where Mei is, while on the cat-bus, says “Nobody can see us…”, this scene is Satsuki leading herself to the land of the dead (by taking the cat-bus).

  4. At the hospital, the mother says “I think I feel May and Satsuki smiling there in that tree…” Why don’t the sisters go and see their mom if they are already there? Why do they just leave the corn there instead? It is said that the sisters were dead at that point, and the Japanese pronunciation of “corn” is similar to “kill child”.

  5. The final scenes seem to be a happy epilogue, but they in fact happened “before” the major events in the movie.

  6. The movie was set in a place in Japan where there was a case of murdering of two sisters which happened in the 60s. This event took place on May 1st, while the sister’s names are Satsuki (May in Japanese) and Mei (May in English). In the real life case, the younger sister was missing first and the older sister was seen to be looking for her frantically. Next day, the younger sister’s body was found in the forest (stabbed to death). The older sister was in such a state of shock and kept rambling ambiguous words about seeing a “cat monster”, “great big racoon monster” etc to the police. The sisters were in fact from a single-parent family (mother died of illness).

    SOURCE

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life:

On this day in LIFE magazine — January 2, 1950: Special Issue - American Life & Times

This sounds like an issue I’d want to read.

life:

On this day in LIFE magazine — January 2, 1950: Special Issue - American Life & Times

This sounds like an issue I’d want to read.