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My neighbors dogs we’re playing with these little ones today, we got them out and back under the watchful eye of their mama! None of them were hurt. The bird in the first two pictures is the same one that’s standing on my porch :) Birdy #2 went for a ride on a stick with me so I could bring him back to his sibling.

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brendandsnap:

carlochian:

This worries me like what else am I supposed to do with them

fuck em

brendandsnap:

carlochian:

This worries me like what else am I supposed to do with them

fuck em

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kittenesque:

sizvideos:

Watch the video of this 3D rendering young girl

this is online vigilante justice, and it’s amazing

Amazing

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jwmidnight:

nobodylaughsanymoree:

that-big-gay-impala:

itsninjam:

tedmosbyisnotajerk:

if anyone ever asks me what tumblr is i’m gonna show them this video and just walk away

GOD ITS 5AM AND IM TRYING TO HOLD IN MY LAUGHTER FUCK

this is so accurate it hurts

Welcome to Tumblr..

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cracked:

Something tells us this role won’t go to Dame Maggie Smith.
4 Signs the Power Rangers Movie Will Be Goddamn Insane

#3. The Villain’s Origin Story Is Completely Batshit
Queen Rita, the Power Rangers’ iconic villainess, was actually nothing more than footage of a character from a completely different Japanese television show with all of her dialogue dubbed into English. So we’re already working with the storytelling pedigree of a beer commercial.
The backstory the “writers” of Power Rangers managed to assemble for Queen Rita in that first episode consisted of her being locked in a “space dumpster” for 10,000 years before being accidentally set free by a couple of American astronauts. … So, we can look forward to seeing what a $200 million budget can do to a space dumpster on the big screen.

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cracked:

Something tells us this role won’t go to Dame Maggie Smith.

4 Signs the Power Rangers Movie Will Be Goddamn Insane

#3. The Villain’s Origin Story Is Completely Batshit

Queen Rita, the Power Rangers’ iconic villainess, was actually nothing more than footage of a character from a completely different Japanese television show with all of her dialogue dubbed into English. So we’re already working with the storytelling pedigree of a beer commercial.

The backstory the “writers” of Power Rangers managed to assemble for Queen Rita in that first episode consisted of her being locked in a “space dumpster” for 10,000 years before being accidentally set free by a couple of American astronauts. … So, we can look forward to seeing what a $200 million budget can do to a space dumpster on the big screen.

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jimdoesntcarrey:

Where does your ankle… stop being your ankle???

above the ankle and below the ankle

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foreverqueird:

specialbored:

DINNER IS COMING. (Part 2)

I would be scared to know what the Hodor special actually consisted of o_O

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foreverqueird:

specialbored:

DINNER IS COMING. (Part 1)

o..m..g…

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art-of-swords:

Scimitar of King Henri II of France

  • Maker: Daniele da Serravalle of Milan
  • Dated: circa 1550-60
  • Culture: Italian
  • Medium: steel, gold
  • Named “Treasure of the Month” of the Wallace Collection in March 2014

The maker’s marks are stamped on the curved blade of this royal sword, the initials “DS” and a stamp comprised of an “M” below a crown, indicate that it was made by Daniele da Serravalle, a great Milanese master, probably between 1550 and 1560. Such exotic arms seem to have been one of Daniele’s specialities; "9 scimitarre" are listed in a 1567 inventor of his workshop.

The hilt has been pierced, chiselled, and inlaid with gold, forming a decorative scheme involving a very complicated arrangement of horsemen, crowns, and pseudo-Classical figures, while the strapwork on the pommel has been carefully arranged to form King Henri’s personal “H” monogram.

The curved blade is decorated over its whole length on each side with false-damascening in gold forming delicate scrolling vines framed within a dashed and dotted border. Such blade decoration was unusual in the extreme, emphasising the exotic nature of the piece.

Although a perfectly practical fighting tool, King Henri probably only wore the sword as a costume accessory, perhaps for some important parade or political event, if indeed it was finished and presented to him before his unexpected death. In 1559 he was accidentally killed in a joust at Paris, held to celebrate the end of his war with the German Empire.

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Wallace Collection

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trekkiee:

mcroosa:

Mommy teaching babby easier water drinking way because drinking water is hard experience u get it in your nose. Jesus how she puts her paw on his head in the second one. Such concern and love.

THIS IS THE CUTEST THING I HAVE EVER FUCKING SEEN FROM CATS EVER

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thefrogman:

blu-thoth:

meta-bubbles:

DO NOT GIVE OR GET ANY VACCINATIONS FOR YOURSELF OR  YOUR KIDS………..

Ok, lets break this down nice and simple.
Formaldehyde is from the purification of the vaccine. 99.9% of which is removed. The reason it doesn’t give a dosage is the ammount is so minuscule that it can’t be measured without going into picograms. That’s one trillionth of a gram. You breathe in more formaldehyde by driving down a busy road than in a vaccine.
Thimerosal is NOT elemental mercury, It is a molecular compound made up of carbon, hydrogen, mercury, sodium, oxygen, and sulfur. This is used as a preservative for the vaccine. Thimerosal is used in a variety of other things, like tattoo ink, facial creams, nasal sprays. It’s toxic to humans only in fairly large quantities but highly toxic to aquatic born organisms like infectious bacteria. In short, it makes sure you don’t get salmonella from a stray bacteria from the chicken embryos.As for the dosage of the Thimerosal. That is the most laughable point in this post. It says 25 mcg, that’s micrograms, or one millionth of a gram. To put this in perspective, a dollar bill weighs roughly 1 gram, the average human eyelash is around 80-90 micrograms. The box also says that it contains a 5ml (milliliter/cc) vial which leads me to my next point.
A little simple math and we find out that 25 mcg = 0.00003 ml and a little more math we find that 0.00003 ml is 0.00006% of 5 ml. Let me put this another way. By the age of 5, an American child weighs about 50-55lbs and their body contains 55 mcg of Uranium. I don’t see any kids running around with radiation sickness, so I think they’re safe with a preservative in them.TL;DR: This is like saying you don’t want your child eating their baked birthday cake because raw eggs were used to make it and you don’t want your child getting salmonella from it.

Excellent commentary. *claps*
Anything is poisonous if we try hard enough. Water, which gives us life, can also kill us in the right amount. That doesn’t mean we should keep our kids from drinking water. Quantity is an important factor and people need to realize that these microscopic amounts cannot possibly cause us harm. 
The other day a large bug flew into my mouth. It hit me right in the hangy ball thing and I instinctively swallowed. My first thought was, “Eww, that bug was probably full of bug poop. I just ate a bug’s worth of poop.”
If I had my choice, I would happily trade eating a bug’s worth of poop for 0.00003 ml of Thimerosal.

thefrogman:

blu-thoth:

meta-bubbles:

DO NOT GIVE OR GET ANY VACCINATIONS FOR YOURSELF OR  YOUR KIDS………..

Ok, lets break this down nice and simple.

Formaldehyde is from the purification of the vaccine. 99.9% of which is removed. The reason it doesn’t give a dosage is the ammount is so minuscule that it can’t be measured without going into picograms. That’s one trillionth of a gram. You breathe in more formaldehyde by driving down a busy road than in a vaccine.

Thimerosal is NOT elemental mercury, It is a molecular compound made up of carbon, hydrogen, mercury, sodium, oxygen, and sulfur. This is used as a preservative for the vaccine. Thimerosal is used in a variety of other things, like tattoo ink, facial creams, nasal sprays. It’s toxic to humans only in fairly large quantities but highly toxic to aquatic born organisms like infectious bacteria. In short, it makes sure you don’t get salmonella from a stray bacteria from the chicken embryos.

As for the dosage of the Thimerosal. That is the most laughable point in this post. It says 25 mcg, that’s micrograms, or one millionth of a gram. To put this in perspective, a dollar bill weighs roughly 1 gram, the average human eyelash is around 80-90 micrograms. The box also says that it contains a 5ml (milliliter/cc) vial which leads me to my next point.

A little simple math and we find out that 25 mcg = 0.00003 ml and a little more math we find that 0.00003 ml is 0.00006% of 5 ml. Let me put this another way. By the age of 5, an American child weighs about 50-55lbs and their body contains 55 mcg of Uranium. I don’t see any kids running around with radiation sickness, so I think they’re safe with a preservative in them.

TL;DR: This is like saying you don’t want your child eating their baked birthday cake because raw eggs were used to make it and you don’t want your child getting salmonella from it.

Excellent commentary. *claps*

Anything is poisonous if we try hard enough. Water, which gives us life, can also kill us in the right amount. That doesn’t mean we should keep our kids from drinking water. Quantity is an important factor and people need to realize that these microscopic amounts cannot possibly cause us harm. 

The other day a large bug flew into my mouth. It hit me right in the hangy ball thing and I instinctively swallowed. My first thought was, “Eww, that bug was probably full of bug poop. I just ate a bug’s worth of poop.”

If I had my choice, I would happily trade eating a bug’s worth of poop for 0.00003 ml of Thimerosal.

(via aspiringdoctors)

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