dont-kill-the-kennedys:

wereyoufullyawareofthisgaming:

me when i miss my flight

How in the heavens is that a failed stunt jump

dont-kill-the-kennedys:

wereyoufullyawareofthisgaming:

me when i miss my flight

How in the heavens is that a failed stunt jump

(Source: wesleysnopes, via youcancallmequeenbun)

(Source: pombak, via malcolmxing)

this-is-wild:

(via 500px / Natures long tails do not seek for wealth - the seek for the one by Andreas Hafenscher)

(via jvanling)


Cate Blanchett, Vanity Fair Magazine Italy (25 October 2007)

Cate Blanchett, Vanity Fair Magazine Italy (25 October 2007)

(Source: borgiese, via brandon-starks)

creatures-alive:

Emerald Basilisk Lizard in full green attire. by One more shot Rog on Flickr.
cracked:

[David Wong on Twitter]
dendroica:

"I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express."

 (via xkcd: Free Speech)

dendroica:

"I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express."

(via xkcd: Free Speech)

procrastinatorsunite-tomorrow asked: I do not appriciate being spoken to like that. My beardie is not indanger. Wood chip is the most common substrate used, even by the reptile shops I get his food from. Do not tell me how to look after a pet I have had for years. Especially when...

blackgu4rd:

bearded-dragon-advice:

(Cont) I have many years experience with reptiles and many years studying animal and exotic animal biology. You are not a helpful blog. You are spending time patronizing people. And for your information my beardie has regular check ups at the…
(Cont) vets and if any problems became apparent I would address them appropriatetly. Paper substrate has no enrichment value what so ever. Other substrate, including sand and aspen, are. Easily ingested when he eats. Wood chip is not, espexially…
(Cont) the larger size chip I use which was first advised to me by the reptile shop when I got my very first beardie. Like I said, I know what I’m doing. My first beardie (past on to me from my father)lived to be 13 years. The one I have now was…
(Cont) was rescued and near-death. He is now perfectly healthy. DO NOT reblog any more of my photos. You are not helpful and I’m not the only user annoyed with your involvement and sarcy answers.

You’d think if you rescued an animal you’d take the best care of it possible, and not keep it on a dangerous substrate but hey I’m sure you’re right, and tons of beardies dying from impaction on woodchips and getting it caught in their vents were just coincidence.

I like how this chick says she studies “exotic animal biology” and every fucking vet on this website, on forums, Reddit, and REAL LIFE all say don’t use loose substrates. What a fucking joke.