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And I don’t think they’re getting to it in History of Magic. “If you think Voldemort’s evil…this fuckin’ guy.” - Kumail Nanjiani (x)

No wonder Ron’s father collects electric plugs.

Humor!

jessfink:

My pics from the 2014 Coney Island Mermaid Parade!

It was a MERMAZING!!
I was joined by burlesque performers C. Amandaboutahorse and Dahlia Llama.

The last one is from The Gothamist, you can see all of their pics here.

I kind of want to go next year.

feminist-space:

A light but relentless drizzle of anchovies XD

"CRABALANCHE" is what I’m going to name the "All you can eat crab" restaurant I open in Ocean City when I retire.

feminist-space:

A light but relentless drizzle of anchovies XD

"CRABALANCHE" is what I’m going to name the "All you can eat crab" restaurant I open in Ocean City when I retire.

terriblerealestateagentphotos:

This is what happens when you give a monkey his own room and let him decorate.
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This monkey has bad taste.

terriblerealestateagentphotos:

This is what happens when you give a monkey his own room and let him decorate.

Follow on Twitter @BadRealtyPhotos

This monkey has bad taste.

[the Doctor is holding the ends of two wires connected to the explosives he has set up in the Dalek incubator room]
Sarah Jane Smith: Well, what are you waiting for?
Doctor Who: Just touch these two strands together and the Daleks are finished. Have I that right?
Sarah Jane Smith: To destroy the Daleks? You can't doubt it.
Doctor Who: Well, I do. You see, some things could be better with the Daleks. Many future worlds will become allies just because of their fear of the Daleks.
Sarah Jane Smith: But it isn't like that.
Doctor Who: But the final responsibility is mine, and mine alone. Listen, if someone who knew the future pointed out a child to you and told you that that child would grow up totally evil, to be a ruthless dictator who would destroy millions of lives, could you then kill that child?
Sarah Jane Smith: We're talking about the Daleks, the most evil creatures ever invented, you must destroy them! You must complete your mission for the Time Lords!
Doctor Who: Do I have the right? Simply touch one wire against the other and that's it. The Daleks cease to exist. Hundreds of millions of people, thousands of generations can live without fear, in peace, and never even know the word Dalek.
Sarah Jane Smith: Then why wait? If it was a disease or some sort of bacteria you were destroying, you wouldn't hesitate.
Doctor Who: But if I kill, wipe out a whole intelligent lifeform, then I become like them. I'd be no better than the Daleks.
Mishalak: I hated this when I saw it the first time. I wanted them to stop speechifying and either do it or not, but as I look back now I like the sentiment behind this scene in Genesis of the Daleks. That this is a big deal and not something he is going to do with a glad heart.

James is not really into furry stuff, even to the extent I am. He comes to the conventions patiently, he mans the table, he is polite, he knows a few people and is happy to see them, but he is not himself inclined to furrydom. And not being involved in the fandom at all, there are only a few people he knows, whereas I have a reasonable working knowledge of at least the artist segment. So this is alien territory for him, and althoughe everybody is always very nice to him, and he’s polite and laid back and can watch fursuits go by without batting an eyelash, and is always kind to animals—but still, furry’s still just not his thing.

The other day, over dinner, he said “I think furry is like the military.”

"Huwah?" I said, through chicken salad.

"See, it’s got all this stuff that I think looks really cool, and I can totally see why people get into it, buuuuut—"

"—but you don’t want to enlist," I finished.

"Exactly!"

We contemplated this for a moment. I was turning back to my meal when he whipped his head around and stared at me in dawning horror. “But—wait! You get me to these conventions for two weekends a year.”

I looked smug through my hot dog.

"And that means—I’m in the furry reserves!"

Heh heh heh heh…

James, on Furry

(via fuckyeahursulavernon)

I am in the beading reserves, myself.

You know it’s gonna be one of THOSE days when you get up to get a refill on a cup of coffee and stand there for a minute with a half-full cup in your hand, going “Where is the coffeepot?” and finally realize you’re in the bathroom.

annmarcellino:

I… like Sailor Moon…

I believe in Sailor Moon

mishalak:

icantbelieveijoined:

trevorstmcgoodbody:

badtvblog:

Don’t watch this if you’re soaked in gasoline because it will warm your heart and you will burn to death and die.

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THE END

Joey Calvan and Kermit were filmed singing the alphabet in 1972 (broadcast in 1973). She was ten so in 2014 she is about 52 years old. I hope she grew up happy.

Just watched this with my daughter!