Like if you like anti-flag, Against me!, A.F.I., or Bad Religion

ohhowiloveunicorns:

Like and Reblog if you like any of those bands, just reblog if you don’t like them or know who they are

cafephilosophy:

good band

cafephilosophy:

good band

lilgingers:

Halloween 2010: as Raggedy Ann, Tin Soldier and Sock Monkey!

lilgingers:

  • Halloween 2010: as Raggedy Ann, Tin Soldier and Sock Monkey!

whedonesque:

moriarctic:

watching Fitz in every episode of AoS S02 like

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Same.

mysticfeather:

oceanaroll:

charleneeeeeee:

29knutstoasickle:

Break a prop? Just put it back and walk away… ha ha!!

Emma’s reaction though 

Sometimes it freaks me out how much like their characters they are. Emma’s very concerned, Dan saves the day, Rupert laughs.

I’m never not reblogging this. They’re just so damn cute…

mysticfeather:

oceanaroll:

charleneeeeeee:

29knutstoasickle:

Break a prop? Just put it back and walk away… ha ha!!

Emma’s reaction though 

Sometimes it freaks me out how much like their characters they are. Emma’s very concerned, Dan saves the day, Rupert laughs.

I’m never not reblogging this. They’re just so damn cute…

(via imaginationandfangirling)

odinsblog:

In interviews conducted across the nation, leading anti-science activists expressed their concern that the American people, wracked with anxiety over the possible spread of the virus, might desperately look to science to save the day.

“It’s a very human reaction,” said Harland Dorrinson, a prominent anti-science activist from Springfield, Missouri. “If you put them under enough stress, perfectly rational people will panic and start believing in science.”

Additionally, he worries about a “slippery slope” situation, “in which a belief in science leads to a belief in math, which in turn fosters a dangerous dependence on facts.”

At the end of the day, though, Dorrinson hopes that such a doomsday scenario will not come to pass. “Time and time again through history, Americans have been exposed to science and refused to accept it,” he said. “I pray that this time will be no different.”

(via The Borowitz Report)

(via thedragoninmygarage)

asker

deadtastebuds asked: I'm not asking you this because I am assuming you are one, but what do you do if you're a bad person?

neil-gaiman:

Mm. I’m not sure there really are good or bad people.

I think there are people who do good or bad things. If you are one of the people who does bad things, then, don’t. Don’t do stuff that hurts other people or harms them or makes their life worse. Do good things instead. Volunteer. Be kind. Help. Look after yourself and look after other people — don’t try and beat them. Life’s not a battle you were put here to win: we’re all in this together, trying to help each other to muddle through as best we can. So help, if you can. And if you cannot help, then do no harm.

That’s what I’d do.