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Apr 22

datvibesoneplayer:

tomanoc:

happy leaf erickson day 

hinga dinga durgen

Apr 10
gabbsta:

LMFAO

Lmfao!

gabbsta:

LMFAO

Lmfao!

Apr 10
Apr 07
doctorwho:

Let’s hug in the TARDIS and eat fish fingers and custard and maybe I’ll show you my sonic screwdriver and timey wimey detector.
frodofabulous:

Someone stop me.


Hahaha, love it! :)

doctorwho:

Let’s hug in the TARDIS and eat fish fingers and custard and maybe I’ll show you my sonic screwdriver and timey wimey detector.

frodofabulous:

Someone stop me.

Hahaha, love it! :)

Apr 06
rhamphotheca:

Well preserved mammoth from Siberia shows signs of early man stealing from lions
by Bob Yirka
An exceedingly well preserved juvenile mammoth carcass has been found in Siberia near the Arctic Ocean and it shows signs of having been attacked by a cave lion and then partially butchered by humans. Dubbed Yuka by the Mammuthus organization, which is studying the remains, the six foot long creature was believed to have been a year and a half to perhaps three or four years old at the time of its death.
The mammoth was found by tusk hunters in Northern Siberia, who then turned it over to scientists with the Mammuthus organization. The BBC andDiscovery have been filming the team as it studies the find and have produced a documentary about it called “Woolly Mammoth: Secrets from the Ice”.
The find is interesting for several reasons. One is its coat, described as strawberry blonde. Mammoths were thought to have dark coats until recent DNA evidence indicated some might have lighter coats, this find is proof of that. Perhaps more interesting is the state of the carcass, almost wholly intact, with evidence of the injuries that felled it clearly visible on the body. The researchers say the find was so well preserved that some portions of the meat were still pink. They also point out that the hide had evidence of an incident that left scars that had healed over time, and others, that had occurred more recently, that did not and likely contributed to the animals demise; deep cuts that look similar to wounds inflicted on young elephants by modern lions in Africa. The mammoth also had a broken hind leg, which likely occurred as it was trying to escape and fell…
(read more: PhysOrg)       (illustration: Charles R. Knight, 1916)

Amazed!

rhamphotheca:

Well preserved mammoth from Siberia shows signs of early man stealing from lions

by Bob Yirka

An exceedingly well preserved juvenile mammoth carcass has been found in Siberia near the Arctic Ocean and it shows signs of having been attacked by a cave lion and then partially butchered by humans. Dubbed Yuka by the Mammuthus organization, which is studying the remains, the six foot long creature was believed to have been a year and a half to perhaps three or four years old at the time of its death.

The  was found by tusk hunters in Northern , who then turned it over to scientists with the Mammuthus organization. The BBC and have been filming the team as it studies the find and have produced a  about it called “Woolly Mammoth: Secrets from the Ice”.

The find is interesting for several reasons. One is its coat, described as strawberry blonde. Mammoths were thought to have dark coats until recent DNA evidence indicated some might have lighter coats, this find is proof of that. Perhaps more interesting is the state of the carcass, almost wholly intact, with evidence of the injuries that felled it clearly visible on the body. The researchers say the find was so well preserved that some portions of the meat were still pink. They also point out that the hide had evidence of an incident that left scars that had healed over time, and others, that had occurred more recently, that did not and likely contributed to the animals demise; deep cuts that look similar to wounds inflicted on young elephants by modern lions in Africa. The mammoth also had a broken hind leg, which likely occurred as it was trying to escape and fell…

(read more: PhysOrg)       (illustration: Charles R. Knight, 1916)

Amazed!

Dec 10

doctorwho:

Reblogging ourselves in the interest of you.

doctorwho:

Create a fond memory, win a limited edition TARDIS hoodie in the process!

Ok. It’s time for another holiday giveaway courtesy of Doctor Who Tumblr and BBCAmericaShop!

The last three giveaways were fun — first you made fanart, then you wore holiday sweaters, then you went on a scavenger huntnow we want you to do something nice…

BBCAmericaShop has these exclusive videos of Matt and Karen answering three holiday questions:

  • What is your fondest holiday memory?
  • What is the best holiday gift you’ve received?
  • What is the best holiday gift you’ve ever given?

Matt was excited about giving his dad a watch.

Karen was excited about giving her friend nostril hair trimmers.

We want to know what are you going to do to create a ‘fondest holiday memory’ for a friend or family or neighbor this year?

Will you spend time with a friend you haven’t seen in a while? Cook Christmas breakfast for a parent? Give your little brother or sister a big box of Hanukkah gelt chocolates? Buy someone a combination wristwatch + nostril hair trimmers?

Whatever it is, share it and it just might win you something awesome!

  • Create a post telling us how you’re going to create a fondest holiday memory for someone you love.
  • Use text, use photos, use video — whatever works best (as usual, have fun with your post!)
  • Tag it doctor+who+tumblr+fondest+holiday+memory

We will pick one winner at random to win limited edition official Doctor Who TARDIS hoodie!

This is what it looks like:

This is what it would look like on you if it were a t-shirt with the logo on the front and you were Matt Smith:

And this is what we would look like if we were in the same room as you and the above were true:

And we’re sorry. We’re so so sorry, non-America, but again — this giveaway is only open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including the District of Columbia.)

Read all of the official terms and conditions here.

If you win and you are under 18, you will need a parent or guardian to sign for you.

The sweepstakes ends at 8pm EST Monday, December 12th!

So go do something nice for someone you love this holiday season.

(And when you’re done entering this contest, BBCAmericaShop is running a holiday sweepstakes to win two $500 gift cards(!) through The Facebook. You should go enter!)

I want that hoodie!! =)

Dec 10

doctorwho:

Matts.

I <3 Matt Smith! =) such a great Doctor =) 

Dec 08
couturecourier:

Christmas/Holiday sweater nails! (via missbeautyaddict)

couturecourier:

Christmas/Holiday sweater nails! (via missbeautyaddict)

Nov 02

okinawanwarrior:

desirouslengths:

cannibaljackrabbit:

FREE THE PUBES! by Laci Green

And also she’s mad cute, I like her fire.

agreed.  Why the fuck should you care if someone else doesn’t want to shave their pubic hair?

People are unbelievable now days. just because someone else doesn’t  have the same opinion as yours, doesn’t make theirs wrong! 

Nov 02

obesity and children

As a mother of 2 boys I put my sons’ health and well being before anything. I give them vegetables and fruits and plenty of water. healthy food that tastes delicious. I make sure they are at a healthy weight for their age. I want them to live a healthy and long life.

One thing I don’t get is why some parents let their children become obese at a very young age. I know a few people who give their children junk food on a daily basis and they weight over 100lbs way before they are even 3 years old. 

I saw on Several Maury episodes of children who were 4 years of age and younger and were over 100lb and some up to 260lbs. I was shocked to see what the little kids ate. it was more than I would eat in one day. way more. 

the parents explanation was that they loved their children so much that they couldn’t say no to their request for junk food. my first thought was “what planet are you from that you call that love!?!!” if you really loved your child, you would want him/her to be healthy, and to live a long life. junk food will actually kill them sooner. and people seem to not know that. To me, It could’t be more obvious. 

I feel bad for the children that will struggle half of their life with all the unnecessary weight all because their parents were too lazy to learn how to cook healthy food or were to selfish to find time to make sure their children were healthy from the start.