urulokid:

arelyhepburn:

This is the best gif you’ll ever see

guardians of the galaxy looks amazing

archiemcphee:

It’s October at last, which means that pumpkin carving season has officially begun. This ferociously awesome Tyrannosaurus rex head sculpture was carved from multiple pumpkins by Chris Vierra, one of the amazing sculptors at Villafane Studios (previously featured here).

Vierra transformed a pile of pumpkins into a fantastically detailed dinosaur’s head at the Field Station: Dinosaurs outdoor prehistoric theme park in Secaucus, New Jersey.

Visit the Villafane Studios website to check out more of their phenomenal carved pumpkins. We can’t wait to see what else they do this season.

[via Design Taxi and Distractify]

umbriss:

thesmuggledplum:

heart-snatchers:

YOU KNOW WHAT TIME OF YEAR IT IS AGAIN MOTHER FUCKERS

What the actual fuck hahahaha

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katinca:

my sister showed me this post and i nearly died laughing, so i had to draw it!

thequeenofhell:

gabifresh:

culturalappropriationon:

hardcorehousewife:

well dollskill was just taken off my list of all time favorite stores….

Unreal.

that email is almost worse than the headdress 

The fact that they are using it to seem edgy and counter culture is so stupid

clientsfromhell:

Another one via Jesse

benedictcumberbatchsitsinchairs:

geekgirl1:

constancecream:

ihearofsherlock:

BREAKING NEWS: Long-lost 1916 film starring William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes found!
Full story on I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere.

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Now Arthur Conan Doyle is reeeeeeallllly pissed

You guys… this is HUGE.  Not just for Sherlockian history, but for film history in general.  Firstly, it’s a film from what was still the early years of Silents; they didn’t hit their peak until post WWI, around 1922.  Then there’s the fact that Gillette is captured on film: back then very few stage performers were willing to make “movies,” they were considered a cheap form of entertainment.  The fact that he not only did it, but he initiated making them is amazing.  This is a freaking NITRATE NEGATIVE.  The reason why we’ve lost so many Silents is because nitrate will pretty much spontaneously combust.  Not exaggerating, it’s extremely volatile.  Entire archives have gone up in infernos because of them.  They also degrade very, very rapidly, and were never meant to last more than a year or so- again, back then no one thought much of movies and couldn’t imagine anyone wanting to keep them past seeing them once, so they did them on the cheap.  Finally, just the general fact that a new Silent was found is historic in and of itself. 
OMG.  For a historian, someone whose life is dedicated to saving old “stuff,” and a Silent fanatic… it’s Christmas.  I’m all aflutter right now.

benedictcumberbatchsitsinchairs:

geekgirl1:

constancecream:

ihearofsherlock:

BREAKING NEWS: Long-lost 1916 film starring William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes found!

Full story on I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere.

Now Arthur Conan Doyle is reeeeeeallllly pissed

You guys… this is HUGE.  Not just for Sherlockian history, but for film history in general.  Firstly, it’s a film from what was still the early years of Silents; they didn’t hit their peak until post WWI, around 1922.  Then there’s the fact that Gillette is captured on film: back then very few stage performers were willing to make “movies,” they were considered a cheap form of entertainment.  The fact that he not only did it, but he initiated making them is amazing.  This is a freaking NITRATE NEGATIVE.  The reason why we’ve lost so many Silents is because nitrate will pretty much spontaneously combust.  Not exaggerating, it’s extremely volatile.  Entire archives have gone up in infernos because of them.  They also degrade very, very rapidly, and were never meant to last more than a year or so- again, back then no one thought much of movies and couldn’t imagine anyone wanting to keep them past seeing them once, so they did them on the cheap.  Finally, just the general fact that a new Silent was found is historic in and of itself. 

OMG.  For a historian, someone whose life is dedicated to saving old “stuff,” and a Silent fanatic… it’s Christmas.  I’m all aflutter right now.

Oh, that’s a brilliant name. Amelia Pond. Like a name in a fairy tale. Are we in Scotland, Amelia|| Reinette, that’s a lovely name. Can you tell me where you are at the moment, Reinette

speakfriendandenter:

Sansa lets me know when I been on tumblr too long

Agent, you should know that there are some on this committee who feel, given your service record, both for this country and against it, that you belong in a penitentiary, not mouthing off on Capitol Hill.

disabledxena:

When disabled people say they don’t want to be treated differently, we mean we don’t want to hear your voice go up 5 million octaves as you talk to us like we’re toddlers, or see your face contort into a big plastic smile when you see us. 

We mean, treat us with the respect and dignity a human being has every right to.

We do not mean, ignore our disability and hold us to abled standards. 

Abled people just don’t get that.

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eyecaging:

Here is some pictures that inspire me and keep me focused.