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hodgman:

Another view of the Bacon Printing Company. I knew they had to print it somewhere. 

(I used tilt shift to make it appear as it would on the Mr Rogers neighborhood diorama.)

hodgman:

Another view of the Bacon Printing Company. I knew they had to print it somewhere.

(I used tilt shift to make it appear as it would on the Mr Rogers neighborhood diorama.)

tswgo:

katiefab:

Help my friend Maddie raise money for TSWGO! 
In August, shortly after Leakycon, I’m shaving my friend Maddie’s head. In the weeks leading to August, Maddie is raising money for This Star Won’t Go Out, an charity that helps families who have a child with cancer that was founded in the memory of our dear friend Esther.
Maddie’s wanted to shave her head for ages, and she’ll be doing it regardless of what we earn, but this is a great chance to give to an amazing organization. She’ll be donating her hair as well. I hope you guys consider giving!
I’m making little crocheted star plushies for the campaign, if you want one of those!
Click here (or the picture above) to donate.

Please help our friend Maddie achieve her goal!

tswgo:

katiefab:

Help my friend Maddie raise money for TSWGO! 

In August, shortly after Leakycon, I’m shaving my friend Maddie’s head. In the weeks leading to August, Maddie is raising money for This Star Won’t Go Out, an charity that helps families who have a child with cancer that was founded in the memory of our dear friend Esther.

Maddie’s wanted to shave her head for ages, and she’ll be doing it regardless of what we earn, but this is a great chance to give to an amazing organization. She’ll be donating her hair as well. I hope you guys consider giving!

I’m making little crocheted star plushies for the campaign, if you want one of those!

Click here (or the picture above) to donate.

Please help our friend Maddie achieve her goal!

theodd1sout:

Here’s a crossover comic I did with the user Overexplicit. You should check him out!

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thissstuff:

Now, videogames haven’t made me violent, but they have made me feel like I’m supposed to pick this up.

thissstuff:

Now, videogames haven’t made me violent, but they have made me feel like I’m supposed to pick this up.

frogmanslightschool:

Feather Detail
Much coveted in bird photos, shooting common, friendly birds makes getting the fine details much easier - no need for lenses that cost more than cars when you can get within a few feet of your avian subjects.
Photo by Jake Barber. Links: [Facebook Photography Page | Wishlist ]

frogmanslightschool:

Feather Detail

Much coveted in bird photos, shooting common, friendly birds makes getting the fine details much easier - no need for lenses that cost more than cars when you can get within a few feet of your avian subjects.

Photo by Jake Barber

Links: [Facebook Photography Page Wishlist ]

pineplapple:

This is hands down the best parody twitter ever

thebrainscoop:

The Brain ScoopFossil Fish, PT. II: A History
52 million years ago, Fossil Lake in modern-day Wyoming was a booming tropical environment; a major contrast to the high-plains desert it is today. It was part of a larger freshwater lake system that existed for  millions of years where ecological diversity flourished. We’re able to see many ancient relatives in the excavated fossil record but not only are we discovering and identifying different species, we’re also getting an insight into the behaviors of animals and how they interacted with their environment. 
Life and death in every aspect is preserved in this formation - trace fossils indicating locomotion, evidence of stomach contents, reproductive development, and even sex and mating behaviors. The Early Eocene was a lively time, that’s for sure.
Check out the latest in this series here - and watch Part I to figure out how we excavate one of these fossils!

thebrainscoop:

The Brain Scoop
Fossil Fish, PT. II: A History

52 million years ago, Fossil Lake in modern-day Wyoming was a booming tropical environment; a major contrast to the high-plains desert it is today. It was part of a larger freshwater lake system that existed for  millions of years where ecological diversity flourished. We’re able to see many ancient relatives in the excavated fossil record but not only are we discovering and identifying different species, we’re also getting an insight into the behaviors of animals and how they interacted with their environment. 

Life and death in every aspect is preserved in this formation - trace fossils indicating locomotion, evidence of stomach contents, reproductive development, and even sex and mating behaviors. The Early Eocene was a lively time, that’s for sure.

Check out the latest in this series here - and watch Part I to figure out how we excavate one of these fossils!