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Sulu’s like “whatever, drama queen.”

is sulu texting

he’s livetweeting chekov’s problems

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#star trek  #tos 

Skillet Bacon Mac & Cheese

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#food porn 


It’s a perfect loop

Because this is the GIF we needed a perfect loop of



It’s a perfect loop

Because this is the GIF we needed a perfect loop of

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#tears  #attack on titan 


"birds and squirrels and earth and sky"

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"Molder and Scilly"  by Kelsy Abbott  Acrylic on canvas  5 x 7in  $50


"Molder and Scilly"
by Kelsy Abbott
Acrylic on canvas
5 x 7in

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— 17 hours ago with 1352 notes
#the x files 

😍😍😍😍😍😍 I love this gun


😍😍😍😍😍😍 I love this gun

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— 18 hours ago with 16 notes
#mosin nagant 


Fiction Week!

Saga (Image Comics) by Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples

Saga is an epic space opera/fantasy comic book series created by writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Fiona Staples, published monthly by Image Comics. The series is heavily influenced by Star Wars, and based on ideas Vaughan conceived both as a child and as a parent. It depicts two lovers from long-warring extraterrestrial races, Alana and Marko, fleeing authorities from both sides of a galactic war as they struggle to care for their newborn daughter, Hazel, who occasionally narrates the series.

I read this entire series up to date in one afternoon recently. It’s probably one of the best comics I’ve come across in quite a while, and although it might be self-evident from the images, it’s definitely for adults. The combination of fantasy and space opera has been done before, but rarely to this degree of quality and impact. Staples’ art is definitely the star of the show, and Vaughn’s writing keeps the storytelling at a constant state of cliffhanger-level tension. Which is impressive, considering most of the plot revolves around disparate characters trying to raise children in vastly different circumstances that nonetheless ubiquitously reek of constant mortal peril.

Also, I can’t leave out mention of the characters, which are well-developed, mysterious, and generally entertaining. Lying Cat, for example, only speaks to say the word “lying”, and only when someone is lying:


But for the most part, the whole thing’s essentially about families.


I highly recommend it.

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The Daily Show 2014-07-17 - Operation Black Hair

"Jessica Williams investigates an Army regulation that ignorantly discriminates against black servicewomen and their hairstyles."

Watch the segment

People do realize that in the case of a gas attack, the gas can linger in hair/beards that are too long or braided. That’s why the army has shit like this you numb nuts.

Plus there is this piece of gear you kind of have to wear sometimes called a Kevlar. And having long ass hair or thick breads is going to add to the discomfort of wearing this already, bulky, cumbersome, irritating and ill fitting piece of gear. As well as have it basically resting on top of your head instead of you know, covering it. But at least your hair will look nice while their scooping your fucking brains off the humvee seats. 

You want to know why there are people still against women in combat? Shit like this. The fact that hairstyle restrictions even registers as a problem, let alone the fact that people don’t bother to contemplate the implications in combat scenarios are disheartening at best. Let’s look at the male side, 




Not approved - Fucking everything else.

friendly reminder: not everything is racism.

^ most stuff isn’t . protip trusting the daily show is bad for your health .

Crazy idea that fashion and looking good may have to take a back seat to your safety and the safety of others huh?

This also intentionally ignores the fact that non blacks are not permitted those hairstyles either .but then liberals are racists .

But muh natural facial hair is banned too

Thas racist

The reason these regulations exist is for CBRN attacks- when you need to get a gas mask on, you can’t afford to have anything which keeps that mask from having one hell of a tight seal to your face. Hell, turbans were banned until we made a specially manufactured one which works with the masks.

So if you had a choice between banning these hairstyles and possibly watching people who had them die from mustard gas (Which, by the way, is incredibly painful and involves the outer surface of your esophagus sloughing off and rotting inside your fucking lungs), which would you choose?

This is something incredibly stupid to critique. You could critique our military’s refusal to modernize, our over-reliance on airpower in lieu of actually developing infantry doctrine, our shitty acquisitions program, our lack of good leadership, our over-reliance on superweapons- critique that. Don’t critique hairstyles.

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