geekgirl1:

waydurie:

Don’t

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Love

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Sassy

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Internet

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Batch?

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this is the man that I have chosen to love

thankyoubbcsherlock:

After BBC Sherlock’s phenomenal success at the Emmys, Steven Moffat was quoted as saying “I don’t go on Tumblr. […] We have to stay away from it, particularly me. My friends just keep saying, ‘Don’t go on Tumblr. They’re all tremendously cross.” - of course we don’t…

andreafluff:

instadayum:

kamikaze95:

nowyoukno:

Remember IT IS NOT A WOMAN’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PREVENT RAPE. In the world we live in, however, women should be empowered with any tools in order to protect themselves. Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

:-))

i think the best but also saddest thing about this is that MEN created this product to protect women from MEN

Preach.

viridianeyes:

poeticallyhighdreams:

boobiemun:

The difference between milk snakes and coral snakes is a crucial key to not dying. Coral snakes are extremely dangerous, and despite the low bite ratio, they can and will bite you if you’re not careful. Milk snakes are totally okay and chill. So remember, everyone.

If red touches yellow, you’re a dead fellow

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But if red touches black, you’re okay jack

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I read this as milk shakes and was very confused

 I play a funny old man who lives inside a magic box.

(Source: stolenearth)

"Ok, but so like we’ll put the blackhole in the Sun and that’ll fix everything"

Orci & Kurtzman, probably (via maketreknotwar)

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Whenever I see people dissing the sci-fi stuff or the plot etc. in the reboot, I think of how nice it would be if all of the naysayers had actually watched Star Trek once in their lives, instead of dissing the reboot without ever having seen the original. (And maybe then they would have gotten also Trek’s message of acceptance and friendliness…!)

Because, it seems to me that no one sane and honest could possibly have watched the original and yet be dissing the sci-fi/plot/etc. in the reboot… What, do they pretend the original made any more sense?

To them, I have one thing to say: “We need some whales so let’s just fly really fast around the sun and go back in time!”

And let’s not even get started on Assignment Earth or other wtf episodes of TOS.

I adore TOS from the depths of my heart, but there were plot holes in it (and in TNG, and so on) large enough to fly a starship through them… Loving Trek as a whole doesn’t make me suddenly blind to its issues, nor do I have a need to pretend that there were no issues at all in the classics. So I also don’t have a need to apply double standards and make up stuff to diss the latest incarnation of it just because it’s new…

Star Trek is Star Trek.

Rather than dissing whichever is the newest Trek incarnation (something that sadly parts of the fandom have been doing ever since there was more than one Trek series, when some of the TOS fans tried to get TNG cancelled etc.; it’s the same with whichever is the latest, there’s always haters dissing and trying to destroy the Trek others like), if people spent more time enjoying whichever incarnation of it is their favorite instead, we would all have a lot more fun.

(via botanycameos)

(Source: thetrekkiehasthephonebox)

jennaknowsash:

@scienceofcinema is taking a poll on Cumberfan age distribution. Interesting stuff.