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geekerypokery:

jeremymcbitchin:

Imagine having braces during the apocalypse. no one can take your braces off. And you just have to accept that you’ll have braces forever.

i want a novel focused around a character with braces during the apocalypse and the entire plot of the story revolves around their search for an orthodontist who is still alive and they sort of accidentally save the world in the process

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Anonymous said: Okay, but what would happen to each of the team if the others got de-aged?

avengersthingsthattoteshappened:

I DON’T KNOW BUT IT SOUNDS LIKE A GREAT SET-UP FOR WACKY HIJINKS.

Tony:

If ever there was a time I needed DeanWinchesterCryingSarcasticallyInAWailingBaby’sFace.jpg, this would be it.

Steve:

Think Cap1, where he holds the baby up with that vaguely-terrified look of a man who has no goddamn clue what to do with a tiny human being, despite having been one for a goodly portion of his life. Except there’s a whole swarm of them and he’s really big and he’ll probably hurt one of them and oh god how the fuck did Clint get all the way up there NO THOR DO NOT HIT NATASHA SHE MIGHT NOT BE ABLE TO WALK VERY WELL YET BUT SHE WILL KILL YOU.

Bruce:

Bruce likes kids, but he doesn’t trust himself, and he’d definitely call a professional sitter or just haul them down to Stark Industries’ daycare center, because he knows how not to loose all sense of reason in a crisis. He doesn’t leave them there alone, but he definitely keeps to the sidelines.

Sam:

Sam takes a lot of pictures as soon as he’s done tethering them all to his belt like so many puppies on leashes. He thinks they’re adorable. He wants twelve more. He takes them to Central Park and revels in the way young mothers coo over such a responsible manny, and now he knows that Natasha likes pistachio ice cream.

Natasha:

Natasha reacts in a way that, on anyone else, would be considered resourceful and level-headed, if not a bit strange. Meaning, she set them all carefully, one-by-one, in the empty pool with pillows and blankets and teddy bears and a block of colby jack cheese each and patrolled the edge to make sure they didn’t escape until Coulson got there and could tell her what was going on.

In truth, she panicked, because she is NOT child-oriented, and it was all she could think of.

Clint:

Like Bruce, Clint’s good with kids and likes them, but doesn’t think of himself as a natural caretaker - he doesn’t trust them with some strange nanny, tho, so he kinda pens them up in the den and pulls up Dora the Explorer on Netflix while he waits for SHIELD to tell him what the hell happened.

Thor:

By the end of the ordeal, they’ve all done fingerpainting, Thor’s mastered Kraft Mac-n-Cheese, they’ve made it through an entire set of Baby Signing Time videos, and when they’re all restored they end up humming Norse lullabies out of nowhere and have no idea why.

**Bonus…

Pepper:

Calls for a sitter thoroughly vetted by SHIELD to assist her in personally caring for the kid!vengers, keeps one ear glued to the phone demanding answers from Coulson and coordinating with every superhero scientist and magic-user she could track down, instigated a worldwide manhunt for the jackass responsible, and then slings Tony to her front and Natasha to her back (those two could get out of the harnesses in seconds), tethers the others to her like Sam would have, and marches over to SHIELD holding to tear the ne’er-do-well to shreds and ensure that he knows that if he does not return them all to their rightful state she would tear his face off with her fingernails, have it bronzed, and mount it on her office wall.

And she still finds time for peek-a-boo.

Rhodey:

Pretty much exactly what Pepper does, but with a military escort, a sidearm, and little-bunny-foofoo instead of peek-a-boo.

Bucky:

Holds Steve and cries.

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Ducks in a Permaculture system

pri-taponoth:

You don’t have a slug problem, you have a duck deficiency” – Bill Mollison

It was reading the above quote that made us want to acquire some ducks here at PRI Tap o’ Noth. The idea of using the natural foraging instinct of the duck to rid our Kitchen Garden of slugs and snails, by encouraging them to browse through our garden systems, was very appealing.

The ducks enjoying a flooded swale

The ducks enjoying a flooded swale.

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A complete list of all tracks featured in episodes of Night Vale. I intend to keep this list updated as more episodes are released, so you may want to try and Favorite the original post.

"These and More Than These" by Joseph Fink
Featured in Episode 1: Pilot
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"The Bus is Late" by Satellite High
Featured in Episode 2: Glow Cloud
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"Bill & Annie" by Chuck Brodsky
Featured in Episode 3: Station Management
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"Closer" by The Tiny
Featured in Episode 4: PTA Meeting
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"Jerusalem" by Dan Bern
Featured in Episode 5: The Shape in Grove Park
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"Aye" by Dio
Featured in Episode 6: The Drawbridge
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"Despite What You’ve Been Told" by Two Gallants
Featured in Episode 7: History Week
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"This Too Shall Pass" by Danny Schmidt
Featured in Episode 8: The Lights in Radon Canyon
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"Last Song" by Jason Webley
Featured in Episode 9: “PYRAMID”
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"i Know This" by Rachel Kann
Featured in Episode 10: Feral Dogs
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"Cigarette Burns Forever" by Adam Green
Featured in Episode 11: Wheat & Wheat By-Products
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"Of a Friday Night" by Anais Mitchell
(Listed in credits as “The Brightness”)
Featured in Episode 12: The Candidate
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"You Don’t Know" by Mount Moon
Featured in Episode 13: A Story About You.
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"Movement 1: Invocation of the Duke" by daKAH Hip Hop Orchestra
Featured in Episode 14: The Man in the Tan Jacket
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"A Little Irony" by Tom Milsom
Featured in Episode 15: Street Cleaning Day
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"Those Days Are Gone and My Heart is Breaking" by Barton Carroll
Featured in Episode 16: The Phone Call
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"Neptune’s Jewels" by Mystic
Featured in Episode 17: Valentine
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"Jews for Jesus Blues" by Clem Snide
Featured in Episode 18: The Traveler
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"Eliezer’s Waltz" by The Ventura Klezmer Band
Featured in Episode 19A: The Sandstorm
(Falsely credited for Episode 19B)
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"Eliezer’s Waltz" by Disparition
Featured in Episode 19B: The Sandstorm
(Falsely credited for Episode 19A)
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"Get Me Home" by Robin Aigner
Featured in Episode 20: Poetry Week
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"Sni Bong" by Dengue Fever
Featured in Episode 21: A Memory of Europe
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"Winifred" by Seth Boyer
Featured in Episode 22: The Whispering Forest
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"Too Much Time" by John Vanderslice
Featured in Episode 23: Eternal Scouts
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"Biblical Violence" by Hella
Featured in Episode 24: The Mayor
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"Sunday Morning Stasis" by Joseph Fink
Featured in Episode 25: One Year Later
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"Long Gone" by Mary Epworth
Featured in Episode 26: Faceless Old Woman
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"Team the Best Team" by Doomtree
Featured in Episode 27: First Date
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"You and I Belong" by Simone Felice
Featured in Episode 28: Summer Reading Program
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"Poor in Love" by Destroyer
Featured in Episode 29: Subway
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"The Lethal Temptress" by The Mendoza Line
Featured in Episode 30: Dana
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"Never Be Famous" by Hussalonia
Featured in Episode 31: A Blinking Light up on the Mountain
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"Palabras de papel" by Nelson Poblete
Featured in Episode 32: Yellow Helicopters
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"Big Houses" by Squalloscope
Featured in Episode 33: Cassette
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"Having Fun" by Tom Milsom
Featured in Episode 34: A Beautiful Dream
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"Mijn Manier" by Brainpower
Featured in Episode 35: Lazy Day
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"Peanuts" by Sam ‘n’ Ash
Featured in Episode 36: Missing
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"Absentee" by Jack Campbell
Featured in Episode 37: The Auction
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"Black White and Red" by Emrys Cronin
Featured in Episode 38: Orange Grove
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"Penn Station" by The Felice Brothers
Featured in Episode 39: The Woman from Italy
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"Offering" by Black City Lights
Featured in Episode 40: The Deft Bowman
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"What Have They Done to You Now" by Daniel Knox
Featured in Episode 41: WALK
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"Remember Us" by Gabriel Royal
Featured in the Live Episode “Condos”
Performed at the Bell House in New York
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"Keep It Coming" by Senim Silla
Featured in Episode 42: Numbers
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Last updated: Saturday, March 1st, 2014


combefqueer:

cinematicnomad:

crazyassmurdererwall:

scottthepilgrim:

what if when you killed someone you gained their best trait

 

   

write a goddam book

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http://causticgodling.tumblr.com/post/87757649776/thesushiowl-an-immortal-being-has-the-ability

thesushiowl:

An immortal being has the ability to share their power with one soul and make them immortal too, so they can have a companion for all the years if they choose. Only one though. This being has had countless lovers and friends, and they have seen them all fade away as time passes….

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mr-muppetface:

Today’s proverb:

You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink. Your final grade in Equestrian Mind Control is a C.

Via There are many types of love...

iamtonysexual:

jonandtheon:

jonandtheon:

jonandtheon:

MY BOOK IS LOCKED IN A CLASSROOMN

RED ASLERT

I TOLD THIS REALLY NICE KID WHO NEVER CAUSES TROUBLE AND HEREACHED INTO HIS BACKPACK AND PULLED OUT A KEYCHAIN WITH KEYS TO THE CLASSROOM AND UNLOCKED IT FOR ME??

update i asked him why he had those keys and he said “its not important” im so lost

He’ll be vital to your quest later, don’t forget about him.

(Source: ccharlesxavier)

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rottenfrown:

iseeavoice:

therainbowgorilla:

qalaba:

iseeavoice:

A human getting pissed at their vampire boyfriend so they put in a silver sterling tongue stud and bracelets and earrings and their vampire boyfriend is just standing five feet away like “babe. c’mon.”

Vampire: “The fair is in town, maybe a date will help…”

human spends the whole time in the hall of mirrors

#AREYOUSERIOUS

WE HAVE A NEW WINNER.

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http://glindur.tumblr.com/post/92385862066/clawmage-so-far-ive-seen-southern

clawmage:

so far i’ve seen southern, southwestern, and northeastern gothic, but nobody’s talked about how great MIDWESTERN GOTHIC could be. listen:

  • weird happenstances in fields, bloody pawprints and pressed-down cornstalks, a clump of soybeans flattened into esoteric shapes
  • small towns…

This is almost exactly what is experienced in Jeepers Creepers and Under the Dome, just with other genre nuances built in, and admitting that UtD is set in a Maine town which is ‘functionally midwestern’ in how it is depicted. A lot of Supernatural certainly qualifies.

Midwestern Gothic. We can dig it! (Living in the Midwest.)

"Pacific Gothic" would also be pretty rad, things set on the California, Oregon, and Washington coastal regions. Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel would be really solid examples of this. No doubt there are countless others that simply haven’t gotten labeled as such, or were reduced non-regionally to Urban Horror.

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