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Sep 19

There Are Just So Many Things Wrong With the New York Times’ Shonda Rhimes Article -

helveticafutura:

Margaret Lyons’ takedown of that NYT article is magnificent and you all need to read it. I’d post my favorite quotes/responses, but then I’d end up posting most of the article verbatim.

yet another entry in the case of “Just how did the New York Times manage to fire so many people and yet hold on to so many mind-blazingly idiotic writers, editors and editorialists?”

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tompeyer:

The most unique baby alive 

superman really grosses me out sometimes

tompeyer:

The most unique baby alive 

superman really grosses me out sometimes

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japaneseaesthetics:

Japanese kabuto (samurai war helmet), 17th c, in the shape of a giant dragonfly. Craftsmen covered the underlying iron bowl with papier-mâché over a wooden framework to form the body of the insect, and covered it with lacquer. Wooden wings flare to the sides, while the insect’s eyes are rendered as large golden orbs. In Japan, the dragonfly symbolizes focused endeavor and vigilance because of its manner of moving up, down, and sideways while continuing to face forward. Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

uhhh… AWESOME

japaneseaesthetics:

Japanese kabuto (samurai war helmet), 17th c, in the shape of a giant dragonfly. Craftsmen covered the underlying iron bowl with papier-mâché over a wooden framework to form the body of the insect, and covered it with lacquer. Wooden wings flare to the sides, while the insect’s eyes are rendered as large golden orbs. In Japan, the dragonfly symbolizes focused endeavor and vigilance because of its manner of moving up, down, and sideways while continuing to face forward. Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

uhhh… AWESOME

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discardingimages:

labyrinth of the MinotaurLambert of Saint-Omer, Liber Floridus, Saint-Omer 1121.
Universiteitsbibliotheek Gent, Hs. 92, fol. 20r

the labyrinth leads into the Minotaur itself. yes, this is accurate.

discardingimages:

labyrinth of the Minotaur

Lambert of Saint-Omer, Liber Floridus, Saint-Omer 1121.

Universiteitsbibliotheek Gent, Hs. 92, fol. 20r

the labyrinth leads into the Minotaur itself. yes, this is accurate.

nodamncatnodamncradle:

hungryghoast:

lexiconmegatherium:

tinyfortress:

A gelatinous cube, need I say more.

Reblog the Cube!

i dunno what it is but gelatinous cubes always look so lonely…. 

it’s less lonely if you think of the cube as a bunch of smaller cubee working together

gelatinous communism

nodamncatnodamncradle:

hungryghoast:

lexiconmegatherium:

tinyfortress:

A gelatinous cube, need I say more.

Reblog the Cube!

i dunno what it is but gelatinous cubes always look so lonely…. 

it’s less lonely if you think of the cube as a bunch of smaller cubee working together

gelatinous communism

love-and-radiation:

The Defenders! [courtesy]

Hellcat =  incorrigible

love-and-radiation:

The Defenders! [courtesy]

Hellcat =  incorrigible

beastlyart:

roachpatrol:

kbourgerie:

Baby Raven

sorry, nope! i can’t quite tell how big the feet and beak are because of the perspective but that’s either a black chicken chick

or a baby virginia rail,

which are very frequently passed off as a baby crow or baby raven in baby photosets because baby corvids are hilariously fucked up looking


GOD FINALLY someone else did the thing!
It might also be a corncrake chick.

oh god, baby corvids totally get shoved into lockers don’t they? :(

beastlyart:

roachpatrol:

kbourgerie:

Baby Raven

sorry, nope! i can’t quite tell how big the feet and beak are because of the perspective but that’s either a black chicken chick

or a baby virginia rail,

which are very frequently passed off as a baby crow or baby raven in baby photosets because baby corvids are hilariously fucked up looking

GOD FINALLY someone else did the thing!

It might also be a corncrake chick.

oh god, baby corvids totally get shoved into lockers don’t they? :(

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