Dispatches from the Edge of Tomorrow

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Watcha thinkin’ about?

Oh, just bearded dragon things.

Watcha thinkin’ about?

Oh, just bearded dragon things.

fatbottompurls:

strawberriesaredangerous:

monthofmay:

Redditor’s wife knitted a beautiful star chart shawl.

I realllly wanna make this! Who wants to buy me the yarn and beads?

Here’s this pattern and here’s the matching pattern for the southern sky! I’ve been wanting to knit one of these forever! 

This has been on my to-knit list forever now. Some day. When I have money.

Apr 7
My newest work in progress. It’s a fun pattern that I picked up last year from a yarn convention last year.

My newest work in progress. It’s a fun pattern that I picked up last year from a yarn convention last year.

My yarn from this year’s Fiber Fest. The stuff on the right is wool from a local-ish farm. The stuff on the right is 90/10 yak/bamboo. Yak yarn! I can’t wait to knit with it.

My yarn from this year’s Fiber Fest. The stuff on the right is wool from a local-ish farm. The stuff on the right is 90/10 yak/bamboo. Yak yarn! I can’t wait to knit with it.

Mar 7

tamorapierce:

jtotheizzoe:

kenobi-wan-obi:

bouncingdodecahedrons:

Carl telling us how (not) to science.

"conclusion: dinosaurs" is still my favorite rebuttal to just about anything tbh.

Second perhaps only to “Therefore: aliens”

I would have liked for there to be ferns and dinosaurs.

Forever reblog.

I had forgotten about this strip until I realized I needed to share it with a friend. When it was published a couple years ago, my smizmar excitedly told me that I’m in a comic strip. I’m short, had red hair at the time, and I sometimes had a reply like Claire’s when I told people why I wanted to be a librarian.
I like books too.

I had forgotten about this strip until I realized I needed to share it with a friend. When it was published a couple years ago, my smizmar excitedly told me that I’m in a comic strip. I’m short, had red hair at the time, and I sometimes had a reply like Claire’s when I told people why I wanted to be a librarian.

I like books too.

So over this library school shit. Been working on this final exam portfolio for four days now and half of that has been on the “professional development” portion.

Dear library school,
When I grow up, I want to be a librarian because I like books and I like helping people find those books.

It’s exactly that, but stretched out for two pages and counting. I’ve just run out of steam, so I guess I’ll be finishing it up tomorrow.

I'm just going to go ahead and take a a time out from the internet today and just assume what racist shit is going to be said about Michael B. Jordan playing the Human Torch.

Anonymous

yoisthisracist:

Hey, racist comic book people: if you have no problems with the idea that space rays or whatever can turn someone into a flying fireball man rather than a candidate for an oncology ward, then you can deal with the fact that he’s black.

All of this. Michael B. Jordan was fantastic in The Wire and he’s going to be great as Johnny Storm. I’m even tempted to go see this film now and there is exactly one Fantastic Four plotline I’ve ever liked.

Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

- Dylan Thomas (via misswallflower)

From one of my favorite poems.

This clip is one of the reasons why I love Parks and Rec so much. It’s really hard finding shows or movies that show women’s friendships in a positive light and here is a whole holiday about friendships with other women.