clarknokent:

residentgoodgirl:

little jaden looks so pleased with himself

The joke was hilarious and at the same time profound

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obveously:

pizzatomb:

imagine if china, while they’re up on the moon, decides to knock down the US flag or whatever just to say ‘screw you’ and its like, what are we gonna do? spend a couple million just to fly some craft up to the moon and re-erect the flag? the whole scenario would be petty and that’s hilarious 

i have lived in america my entire life and i am 100% sure we would do exactly that

(Source: exeggcute)

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"We've never had a father-son chat before"

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mydollyaviana:

The Prince of Egypt conceptual art paintings by Paul Lasaine

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nnscribble:

Even though it’s -32°C outside I love this weather because there’s no clouds to block the beautiful sunlight that we are getting more and more each day.

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misanthropicmutiny:

Living with mental illness means that on some days it will be even harder to cope and you might not be able to explain why. It could be because you havent slept enough, because a smell reminded you of feeling sad, or for no reason at all.

This is a reminder that we dont have to justify our feelings or abilities to anyone, just do whats needed to make it to the next day.

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The Royal Family

(Source: paristanhill)

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atopfourthwall:

mbt1991:

professorthorgi:

bythepowercosmic:









(sorry DC fans, but it was too good of a set up)

This is comedy gold. 

Okay, the only thing I’ll say in defense of DC here is that OF COURSE Watchmen isn’t a part of their cinematic universe. It’s a stand-alone story (I KNOW ABOUT THE PREQUELS - THEY DON’T COUNT) unconnected to the DC Universe.

atopfourthwall:

mbt1991:

professorthorgi:

bythepowercosmic:

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(sorry DC fans, but it was too good of a set up)

This is comedy gold. 

Okay, the only thing I’ll say in defense of DC here is that OF COURSE Watchmen isn’t a part of their cinematic universe. It’s a stand-alone story (I KNOW ABOUT THE PREQUELS - THEY DON’T COUNT) unconnected to the DC Universe.

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dongbufeng:

Legend of Korra Book 4 trailer

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distant-traveller:

MAVEN at Mars

Launched on November 18, 2013, the MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN) spacecraft completed its interplanetary voyage September 21, captured into a wide, elliptical orbit around Mars. MAVEN’s imaging ultraviolet spectrograph has already begun its planned exploration of the Red Planet’s upper atmosphere, acquiring this image data from an altitude of 36,500 kilometers. In false color, the three ultraviolet wavelength bands show light reflected from atomic hydrogen (in blue), atomic oxygen (in green) and the planet’s surface (in red). Low mass atomic hydrogen is seen to extend thousands of kilometers into space, with the cloud of more massive oxygen atoms held closer by Mars’ gravity. Both are by products of the breakdown of water and carbon dioxide in Mars’ atmosphere and the MAVEN data can be used to determine the rate of water loss over time. In fact, MAVEN is the first mission dedicated to exploring Mars’ tenuous upper atmosphere, ionosphere and interactions with the Sun and solar wind. But the most recent addition to the fleet of spacecraft from planet Earth now in martian orbit is MOM.

Image credit: MAVEN, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Univ. Colorado, NASA

distant-traveller:

MAVEN at Mars

Launched on November 18, 2013, the MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN) spacecraft completed its interplanetary voyage September 21, captured into a wide, elliptical orbit around Mars. MAVEN’s imaging ultraviolet spectrograph has already begun its planned exploration of the Red Planet’s upper atmosphere, acquiring this image data from an altitude of 36,500 kilometers. In false color, the three ultraviolet wavelength bands show light reflected from atomic hydrogen (in blue), atomic oxygen (in green) and the planet’s surface (in red). Low mass atomic hydrogen is seen to extend thousands of kilometers into space, with the cloud of more massive oxygen atoms held closer by Mars’ gravity. Both are by products of the breakdown of water and carbon dioxide in Mars’ atmosphere and the MAVEN data can be used to determine the rate of water loss over time. In fact, MAVEN is the first mission dedicated to exploring Mars’ tenuous upper atmosphere, ionosphere and interactions with the Sun and solar wind. But the most recent addition to the fleet of spacecraft from planet Earth now in martian orbit is MOM.

Image credit: MAVEN, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Univ. Colorado, NASA

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