I finally convinced my friend to watch Firefly

not-crazy-just-sherlocked:

Her: How many episodes do I have to watch before I catch up to where the show is now??

Me:

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Shh… just say 13.

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foxadhd:

Wait, Pluto Might Be A Planet Again?

But then Burton Guster can no longer use his class line: “Did you you hear about Pluto?  That’s messed up!”   
Huh, nevermind, I guess he could.

foxadhd:

Wait, Pluto Might Be A Planet Again?

But then Burton Guster can no longer use his class line: “Did you you hear about Pluto?  That’s messed up!”   

Huh, nevermind, I guess he could.

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Reasons why DC significant others love their anti-heros … I don’t know, it made me giggle.

Reasons why DC significant others love their anti-heros … I don’t know, it made me giggle.

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harriscountypl:

The “Breakfast of Champions of Liberty.” The “Health Food of Freedom.” Read banned books.

harriscountypl:

The “Breakfast of Champions of Liberty.” The “Health Food of Freedom.” Read banned books.

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The audio drama, which begins recording today in a secret London location, has a cast including Colin Morgan (Merlin, The Fall) as Newton Pulsifer, Josie Lawrence (Skins, EastEnders) as Agnes Nutter and Paterson Joseph (Peep Show, Green Wing) as Famine, as well as a host of delightful cameos, from the Gardeners’ Question Time team to Neil and Terry themselves. Other cameos are set to delight listeners, but they are under wraps for now. Probably in a dusty occult bookshop in Covent Garden, but no one is quite sure. (x)

I MUST HEAR THIS….

(Source: worthyourtears)

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What would Star-Lord’s Awesome Mix Tape really sound like after 20 years in space?   Find out!

This was so the giggle I needed before getting back to work after lunch.

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demonweasel:

trixiedelight:

Clue (1985)

Best movie

One of my favorite movies—which ending was your favorite?

(Source: viviensleigh)

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designing4disaster:

Mitigation Milestones
Today in history:
Great Midwest Flood, April–October, 1993
The Mississippi River engulfs Kaskaskia Island, Illinois, August 2, 1993
United States Department of Defense; photo SSgt Paul Griffin
More than a 1,000 levees failed in the worst flooding along the Mississippi River since 1927. In response, officials supported increasing the use of non-traditional mitigation strategies such as relocation, expanding managed flood corridors, and stricter land use regulations.
To learn more about disaster mitigation, visit Designing for Disaster at the National Building Museum, on view through August 2, 2015.

designing4disaster:

Mitigation Milestones

Today in history:

Great Midwest Flood, April–October, 1993

The Mississippi River engulfs Kaskaskia Island, Illinois, August 2, 1993

United States Department of Defense; photo SSgt Paul Griffin

More than a 1,000 levees failed in the worst flooding along the Mississippi River since 1927. In response, officials supported increasing the use of non-traditional mitigation strategies such as relocation, expanding managed flood corridors, and stricter land use regulations.

To learn more about disaster mitigation, visit Designing for Disaster at the National Building Museum, on view through August 2, 2015.

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