31 8 / 2014

So I put together a particleboard bookshelf a while ago, and I can’t take it with me when I move tomorrow because it won’t fit down the stupid spiral staircase without me taking it apart and I don’t think it’s possible for me to do THAT without breaking it.

SO anyway I still need to take it apart because I can’t leave it here but even with a mind towards breaking it I still can’t figure out how to do it.  All the screws are hidden.  How did I even assemble this?  Mysteries!

I might have to just bust out my hammer and wreck the thing.  I’ve never done that kind of thing before.

31 8 / 2014

limiculous mentioned you in a post “ipod meme thingy; i was tagged by i-mushi You can tell a lot about a…”

okay: andthefairycourtshallride, pesquetet , isobellrowley, highfivekingslayer, warriorwildcat, stellarstrewnstars,

Oh, I have been traveling a lot lately and missed this!  I’m so excited to be taged in a meme! :D

You can tell a lot about a person from their music playlist. Put your iPod on shuffle and list the first 20 songs, then tag 10 new people.

  1. Helplessness Blues - Fleet Foxes
  2. Dog Days Are Over - Florence + The Machine
  3. Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na) - My Chemical Romance
  4. I Want You Back - Jackson 5
  5. Just Give Me a Reason - P!nk (feat. Nate Ruess)
  6. Save Yourself, I’ll Hold Them Back - My Chemical Romance
  7. Fear Not of Man - Mos Def
  8. Fake Your Death - My Chemical Romance
  9. Be Calm - Fun.
  10. Panic Station - Muse
  11. Sigh No More - Mumford and Sons
  12. Rox In the Box - The Decemberists
  13. How to Be a Heartbreaker - Marina and the Diamonds
  14. Young Volcanoes - Fall Out Boy
  15. Take Your Time - Buddy Holly
  16. Come and Get Your Love - Redbone
  17. Intergalactic - Beastie Boys
  18. Everything is AWESOME!!! - Tegan and Sara (feat. The Lonely Island)
  19. Call Me Maybe - Carly Rae Jepsen
  20. Cherry Bomb - The Runaways

As for tagging others, I’m just going to pick ten people from my followers list: misguided-adventurer, nutellamolotov, dieudechou, karsprite, lilbugprincess, isab1eh, amarits, goodkingnamor, @epiclogue, kodou-chan

31 8 / 2014

elementalsight:

coolschmoolzines:

Hawkeye #19 was well worth the wait. I thought nothing would ever top Pizza Dog.

#19 is mostly in sign language with very little subtitles showing just how awesome the medium of comics can be.

I need to buy this right now.
Though I have to stop crying first.

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31 8 / 2014

31 8 / 2014

unamusedsloth:

Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

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30 8 / 2014

I’m back from Ohio and now I’m nothing but paralyzing loneliness.

27 8 / 2014

I’m trying to put starscream together and it’s not working out so great

As I understand it, of all the transformers, starscream should not be the one to make me feel like a huge failure

And yet

I’m trying to put starscream together and it’s not working out so great

As I understand it, of all the transformers, starscream should not be the one to make me feel like a huge failure

And yet

25 8 / 2014

mostlysignssomeportents:

The Hollow Book Company makes modified books with hidden compartments in them, complemented by matching whisky flasks, which can be custom-laser-etched or skinned with full-color vinyl adhesive.

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23 8 / 2014

aryastarque:

lol i never understood why cersei didn’t just come back at ned by being yo shut the fuck up almost all ur kids are gingers wtf 

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23 8 / 2014

smithsonianlibraries:

We hope tonight* you will stay off tumblr long enough to catch the entirely new Camelopardalids meteor shower, which promises be a good one. Comet dust from 209P/LINEAR, sloughed off 200 years ago in its orbit around the sun is due to enter our atmosphere and provide us a remarkable show. That is provided you find somewhere with clear skies away from sources of light.
Sidereus Nuncius, sometimes called Starry Messenger, is a short work by Galileo Galilei in 1610—or almost 200 years before 209P/LINEAR laid the groundwork for tonight’s show. Above is the verso of Galileo’s drawings of the Pleiades star cluster, which makes an exceptional background for our shooting stars. The edition is available for view online in our Heralds of Science collection, a set of books donated to the Smithsonian Libraries by noted book collector and founder of the Burndy Library, Bern Dibner. Our Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology is named in his honor.
Make Galileo proud.
(*Just fyi: this was originally posted on May 23, 2014—the “tonight” we were referring to. Hoping this slight edit will help with any confusion and unnecessary time away from tumblr. The International Meteor Organization has a calendar of meteor showers, if you’re interested.)

smithsonianlibraries:

We hope tonight* you will stay off tumblr long enough to catch the entirely new Camelopardalids meteor shower, which promises be a good one. Comet dust from 209P/LINEAR, sloughed off 200 years ago in its orbit around the sun is due to enter our atmosphere and provide us a remarkable show. That is provided you find somewhere with clear skies away from sources of light.

Sidereus Nuncius, sometimes called Starry Messenger, is a short work by Galileo Galilei in 1610—or almost 200 years before 209P/LINEAR laid the groundwork for tonight’s show. Above is the verso of Galileo’s drawings of the Pleiades star cluster, which makes an exceptional background for our shooting stars. The edition is available for view online in our Heralds of Science collection, a set of books donated to the Smithsonian Libraries by noted book collector and founder of the Burndy Library, Bern Dibner. Our Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology is named in his honor.

Make Galileo proud.

(*Just fyi: this was originally posted on May 23, 2014—the “tonight” we were referring to. Hoping this slight edit will help with any confusion and unnecessary time away from tumblr. The International Meteor Organization has a calendar of meteor showers, if you’re interested.)

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