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You're in peril.

Apr 16

twentypercentcooler:

itswalky:

rosalarian:

fuckyeahlesbianliterature:

[image description: a set of eight lesbian pulp covers, all with ridiculously cheesy and dramatic covers and titles]

I have a goal to read as many of these kinds of books as possible. I own a whole bunch. They were huge inspiration for writing Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space. I want more.

A FACT BOOK

A DELICATE THEME, TREATED HONESTLY AND CANDIDLY

A RAM CLASSIC



Apr 15

npr:

"Can It Be? Parrots Name Their Children, And Those Names, Like Ours, Stick For Life"

"Oh Romeo, oh Romeo," cried Juliet. Being human, she and her boyfriend had names. Is there any other animal that does this? Has names for each other? Oddly enough, yes!

Just look at the comic don’t read anything else.

(via skunkbear)


Apr 12

Go Home Productions “Grandstand Supreme” Keith Mansfield-Supremes (by mark vidler)


‘Uptight (Dunproofin’ Rock The Casbah Mashup Mix)’ by Jack the Video RipperDeep in the well of mashup revisitations, as inspired by the GHP “Imagine The Band” Lennon/Wings mash. Whoops, here goes.

‘Uptight (Dunproofin’ Rock The Casbah Mashup Mix)’ by Jack the Video Ripper
Deep in the well of mashup revisitations, as inspired by the GHP “Imagine The Band” Lennon/Wings mash. Whoops, here goes.


Apr 7

127thlegion:

marbleflan:

My feelings after seeing Captain America: Winter Soldier with Brandon, king of the shrieking giggle. Mostly this is about race and ladies. It’s long.

Read More

Falcon was the first black superhero in Comics, not the movies. He couldn’t even state it for marvel if it was the movies because of War Machine/ Iron Patriot and I guess heimdall (to an extent)

So long as we’re “um, actually”-ing here: Falcon was the first African-American superhero in mainstream comics. Black Panther gets the “first black superhero” designation.


Apr 6
boomtubecomics:

joekeatinge:

megatrip:

PERSONALLY, I GET MY KICKS FROM LOW-DOWN NEW ORLEANS JAZZ!

same

Gpoy.

boomtubecomics:

joekeatinge:

megatrip:

PERSONALLY, I GET MY KICKS FROM LOW-DOWN NEW ORLEANS JAZZ!

same

Gpoy.


boomtubecomics:

New Article: DOOMED!
by Kira Kristine
—
Listen, I know it’s in style right now for villains (and heroes and anti-heroes) to have a complicated, emotional backstory to explain why they are the way they are, but have you considered the option of a villain who’s just a great big bag of dicks because why not?
Dr. Victor Von Doom can be that villain for you. The malevolent dictator of the fictional Eastern-European nation of Latveria doesn’t care about anything much other than his own person bizarro agenda which usually involves taking over something or getting revenge on someone. Sure, he had a crappy upbringing, but geez, so did like 80% of the heroes in the Marvel universe. Hell, a lot of real life people have terrible childhoods and very few of them grow up to be malevolent scientist dictators.
Keep Reading »

boomtubecomics:

New Article: DOOMED!

by Kira Kristine

Listen, I know it’s in style right now for villains (and heroes and anti-heroes) to have a complicated, emotional backstory to explain why they are the way they are, but have you considered the option of a villain who’s just a great big bag of dicks because why not?

Dr. Victor Von Doom can be that villain for you. The malevolent dictator of the fictional Eastern-European nation of Latveria doesn’t care about anything much other than his own person bizarro agenda which usually involves taking over something or getting revenge on someone. Sure, he had a crappy upbringing, but geez, so did like 80% of the heroes in the Marvel universe. Hell, a lot of real life people have terrible childhoods and very few of them grow up to be malevolent scientist dictators.

Keep Reading »


Apr 3
johndarnielle:

rhamphotheca:

Sea Snake Dries to a Crisp Before Rehydrating
by Jennifer Viegas
Scientists have discovered a sea snake that dehydrates for several months before reconstituting itself after heavy rains, according to a new study.
The sea snake, called Hydrophis platurus or the yellow-bellied sea snake, is described in the latest issue of the Proceedings of the Royal Society B. It lives in the salty seawater of the eastern Pacific Ocean and would seemingly become pickled, but several things can protect it from saltwater damage.
“Survival depends on a high tolerance to dehydration, slow rates of water loss in seawater, a capacity to eliminate some amount of excess salts because of salt glands these animals possess in addition to the kidney, and the skin is not permeable to sodium, so no update occurs via this route,” lead author Harvey Lillywhite told Discovery News…
(read more: Discovery News)
photo: Joseph Pfaller

show respect to the yellow bellied sea snake who comes from the future with a message of hope

johndarnielle:

rhamphotheca:

Sea Snake Dries to a Crisp Before Rehydrating

by Jennifer Viegas

Scientists have discovered a sea snake that dehydrates for several months before reconstituting itself after heavy rains, according to a new study.

The sea snake, called Hydrophis platurus or the yellow-bellied sea snake, is described in the latest issue of the Proceedings of the Royal Society B. It lives in the salty seawater of the eastern Pacific Ocean and would seemingly become pickled, but several things can protect it from saltwater damage.

“Survival depends on a high tolerance to dehydration, slow rates of water loss in seawater, a capacity to eliminate some amount of excess salts because of salt glands these animals possess in addition to the kidney, and the skin is not permeable to sodium, so no update occurs via this route,” lead author Harvey Lillywhite told Discovery News…

(read more: Discovery News)

photo: Joseph Pfaller

show respect to the yellow bellied sea snake who comes from the future with a message of hope


Mar 31
letterheady:

Mademoiselle Paula, The Famous Reptile Conqueror, 1899 | Source

letterheady:

Mademoiselle Paula, The Famous Reptile Conqueror, 1899 | Source


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