lets-have-crazy-science:

some orphan black inspired tattoo designs! sorry it took me like 92 years to do this. i live in the middle of nowhere and i can’t travel everywhere and tattoo everyone as much as i’d really love to so have these, feel free to get them done by your local tattooist. but of course if you could come and get them done by me that would be even better! i’ve updated the art section on my blog too and it has a tattoo section now so all future ob tattoos and designs will be posted there c: there will definitely be more soon. 

if you’re gonna get any of these done pretty please try to change something in the design or ask your tattooist to do it for you, so that if someone else gets the same thing you don’t end up becoming clones of each other. try to do something to make it uniquely yours, change the colours, add or take away stuff, whatever. also remember to credit and stuff obvs and send me pictures! 

aaand if you’re thinking of asking about commissions, please read this


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thetenk:

alphena:

stand-up-comic-gifs:

Like fiery eyeball thing, no problem. But don’t even try to imagine a Samoan elf. (x)

I uh… I understand that that is comedy, and this guy is saying this for comedy’s sake; and I understand that this is also something that actually happened…

But for those reblogging this seriously, and for those who DO NOT UNDERSTAND TOLKIEN AND HOBBIT LORE…

Hobbits come in three different “breeds”:

The Fallohides, which are the ones you see throughout the LOTR and Hobbit movies, the ones in the Shire, etc etc.
Then there’s the Stoors, and the Harfoots, which are ones NOT SEEN in any of the movies because they reside ELSEWHERE IN MIDDLE EARTH. Those ones have different builds, have darker skin tones, and different ways of living than those from the Shire, WHICH IS WHAT THEY WERE CASTING FOR BACKGROUND CHARACTERS IN THE MOVIES.

This wasn’t about fucking racism, it was about being fucking canonical and not breaking lore. You wouldn’t see a Stoor or a Harfoot in the Shire, because that’s not where they are seen in Middle Earth.

Please don’t jump to conclusions like this, goddamn.

you can’t expect reactionary dumblrs or SJ-pandering comedians to actually know anything about their subject matter, alphena.

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dr-mcrae:

shadowwolf94:

asktemrin:

thesmalltimemisfit:

sagansense:

A reminder to all who haven’t heard: THE MAGIC SCHOOL BUS WILL RIDE AGAIN…FUELED BY NETFLIX…IN 2016.
You read that right. Through Netflix’s acquisition of Scholastic, a 26-episode series will kick off in 2016, called The Magic School Bus 360°.
From the announcement via Mashable:

Netflix and Scholastic Media announced in a press statement that the new series will use CGI animation to feature a “modernized Ms. Frizzle" and an "inventive high-tech bus” — so it looks like the companies are not afraid to take chances and make mistakes (and probably get messy in the process). The very 21st-century show will also focus on modern tech innovations, including robotics and wearables.
“The all-new episodes also leverage advancements in animation, science and technology in a way that will delight a new generation of young viewers, and like its predecessor, will help kids around the world discover the magic and value of exploration and innovation,” a press statement reads.

Listen to the original Magic School Bus theme music
The Magic School Bus is the longest-running kids’ science series in history, first airing on PBS in 1994 and continuing in syndication for 18 consecutive years. It has even earned an Emmy Award. (Undoubtedly for Liz the Lizard’s acting.)
“Magic School Bus, the old version, is remarkably popular on Netflix,” Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s chief content officer told The New York Times. “It teaches science in a way that transcends generations.”
Scholastic Media has not yet announced if the original Ms. Frizzle, Lily Tomlin, will return to voice the character.


And from a similar announcement via CNN:

“To do an animated show that has actually encouraged young people to pursue careers in the sciences or teaching makes us very, very happy.”
— Forte, President, Scholastic Media


2016. The Magic School Bus. The original ship of the imagination.


*runs through screaming*

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH

anuvia

AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH

dr-mcrae:

shadowwolf94:

asktemrin:

thesmalltimemisfit:

sagansense:

A reminder to all who haven’t heard: THE MAGIC SCHOOL BUS WILL RIDE AGAIN…FUELED BY NETFLIX…IN 2016.

You read that right. Through Netflix’s acquisition of Scholastic, a 26-episode series will kick off in 2016, called The Magic School Bus 360°.

From the announcement via Mashable:

Netflix and Scholastic Media announced in a press statement that the new series will use CGI animation to feature a “modernized Ms. Frizzle" and an "inventive high-tech bus — so it looks like the companies are not afraid to take chances and make mistakes (and probably get messy in the process). The very 21st-century show will also focus on modern tech innovations, including robotics and wearables.

The all-new episodes also leverage advancements in animation, science and technology in a way that will delight a new generation of young viewers, and like its predecessor, will help kids around the world discover the magic and value of exploration and innovation, a press statement reads.

image

Listen to the original Magic School Bus theme music

The Magic School Bus is the longest-running kids’ science series in history, first airing on PBS in 1994 and continuing in syndication for 18 consecutive years. It has even earned an Emmy Award. (Undoubtedly for Liz the Lizard’s acting.)

Magic School Bus, the old version, is remarkably popular on Netflix, Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s chief content officer told The New York Times. It teaches science in a way that transcends generations.

Scholastic Media has not yet announced if the original Ms. Frizzle, Lily Tomlin, will return to voice the character.

And from a similar announcement via CNN:

To do an animated show that has actually encouraged young people to pursue careers in the sciences or teaching makes us very, very happy.

— Forte, President, Scholastic Media

2016. The Magic School Bus. The original ship of the imagination.

image

*runs through screaming*

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH

anuvia

AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH

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