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archiemcphee:

You know what’s awesome? A donkey lamb taxi. That sounds like a band name. Hey, when’s the next Donkey Lamb Taxi show?

When sheep herders in the hills of Lombardy, Italy need to move their flocks toward better grazing land, the wee lambs get a little help keeping up with their woolly family. Helpful donkeys are fitted with sets of special lamb-sized pouches. It’s ridiculously cute and cozy mass transit in the form of live taxis who are content to graze right along side the sheep.

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"Kurt Cobain inspired me not to kill myself. I would rather live a miserable life than be worshipped in death as a hero that I am not. I am sick of suicide and depression being romanticized."

— morrisey.

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a must-read.

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tastefullyoffensive:

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justinspoliticalcorner:

h/t: John Nichols at The Nation

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gimpnelly:

Last week I wrote this piece for Comic Book Resources about the new Teen Titans #1 cover. The point of the piece was hey, there’s a broad demographic DC *could* be hitting with this book but the cover is certainly not made for that potential demographic. Instead, it’s more of the same-old,…

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cthulhu:

daveyoufool:

Well if it’s any consolation, if the evil octopus is fine at 36,000 feet, chances are if it tries to go to the surface, if it doesn’t go “fuck no” and go back down after all the pain, it will expand from the pressure decrease and ultimately its body wouldn’t be held together anymore :3

dave you fool thats cthulhu

i do what i want 

Cthulhu’s in R’lyeh. He can function reasonably well in surface air pressure. This… is Captain Up-n-Explodey the Inept Mollusk.

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mercyrph replied to your post “wait what??? what have they done to the jaime/cersei scene??”

what the actual fuck !?!??!?!?!?! if anything it would make more sense the other way around … have they even read the fucking books

I’m going to ask that nobody message mercyrph with anything hateful after this, but this had to be commented on.

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i need to say something:  there is, in fact, a high incidence of rape perpetrated by rape victims.  past sexual abuse is often a factor in forging a rapist’s psychopathy.  and i’m not actually sure that cersei loves anyone, other than herself (and, by extension, the reflections of herself that she sees in her children).  *shrugs*  i also think people are getting very worked up about what is only, at this point, rumor.

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the seldom seen “tube tongue + forehead stretch.”

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popmech:

On Game of Thrones, patriarch and cold-hearted tactical mastermind Tywin Lannister personally oversees the work of one of the best blacksmiths in the kingdom. The task at hand: melting down the broadsword Ice, property of the now-dispatched Eddard Stark, to forge two new blades for the Lannisters. Besides the obvious metaphorical value of melting down your foe’s weapon to make it your own, there’s another driver behind Lord Tywin’s action: Ice is one of the few remaining swords in the Game of Thrones universe known to be made of Valyrian steel, a mystical material that makes the best weapons around. But the secret of making this alloy has been lost to the ages. Only a handful of smiths in Westeros know how to reshape the material. This brings up an important question: In the real world, can you just melt and reforge a steel alloy without losing the properties that make it great? 


Can You Simply Reforge a Metal Like Valyrian Steel?

to be fair, the books do stress that there are only a handful of master sword smiths would can re-work valyrian steel.

popmech:

On Game of Thrones, patriarch and cold-hearted tactical mastermind Tywin Lannister personally oversees the work of one of the best blacksmiths in the kingdom. The task at hand: melting down the broadsword Ice, property of the now-dispatched Eddard Stark, to forge two new blades for the Lannisters. Besides the obvious metaphorical value of melting down your foe’s weapon to make it your own, there’s another driver behind Lord Tywin’s action: Ice is one of the few remaining swords in the Game of Thrones universe known to be made of Valyrian steel, a mystical material that makes the best weapons around. But the secret of making this alloy has been lost to the ages. Only a handful of smiths in Westeros know how to reshape the material. 

This brings up an important question: In the real world, can you just melt and reforge a steel alloy without losing the properties that make it great? 

Can You Simply Reforge a Metal Like Valyrian Steel?

to be fair, the books do stress that there are only a handful of master sword smiths would can re-work valyrian steel.

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