I actually cried reading this because this is exactly what i needed to hear
As many reminders as possible.
- <p dir=ltr> I want to try making a tiny notebook with a palette influenced by Loki's wardrobe in the MCU.</p>
- <p dir=ltr> So I need washi tape in bronze, gold, black and a couple of shades of green.</p>
- <p dir=ltr> Anyone know where to get single rolls of solid color washi tape that's inexpensive? All I've found at stores near me is patterned.</p>
Cuttlefish are an order of marine animal that belong to the order called Sepiida, with many species named Sepia. Despite their name, cuttlefish are not fish at all but cephalapods, along with octopus, squid and nautilus. They get their English name from their cuttle, an internal shell. The…
I SWEAR I LAUGH AT THIS EVERY TWO SECONDS
I want to see how many of us there are :)
We’re around 6600 notes!
We’re up to 10000!
WOO~! Take that JJ and…
Does it count if I like it, but haven’t watched all of the episodes?
Of course it does :)
I wish I hadn’t watched some episodes *rolls eyes at creepy Geordi-stalking-episodes*
Even the bad episodes had some good parts :3
I like Picard the best. he can diplomacy anyone X3
I liked Sisko the best. He was the most human and the most in touch with the people under his command. He felt way more deeply than any other captain seemed to (and I think way more deeply than any other captain really DID).
It wasn’t just a starship and crew that he had to worry about. It was a whole space station with families of civilians, HIS family, blood and otherwise. (Don’t you dare try to tell me that Kira, Jadzia Dax, Bashir, O’Brien, etc. weren’t like family to him.)
I also loved how uncomfortable he was accepting the whole Emissary thing at first, and how it took him the full run to really accept the role.
Martin Freeman responding to why he thinks people call him sassy (x)
by being sassy
"A family on a healthy diet can expect to pay $2,000 more a year for food than one having less nutritious meals, say researchers who recommend that the cost gap be closed. The research in Thursday’s issue of British Medical Journal Open reviewed 27 studies from 10 high-income countries to evaluate the price differences of foods and diet patterns. "
Let the record reflect the conclusive result of empirical research spanning 27 studies from 10 countries: healthy eating is fucking expensive and people who deny this reality are annoying and full of shit.
And that’s just a healthy diet. The premium for a diet which is healthy and vegetarian is even bigger, and full-on vegan bigger still.
Good point, this study looks at a merely “healthy” diet, meaning, getting all your basic nutrients; but can you imagine the result if you were to study the cost differential of an organic diet? Or a sustainable fair trade diet? Or an organic humanely-harvested vegan locavore diet? I hear people advocating these consumer luxuries as “activism” that’s supposed to save the fucking planet and my lip involuntarily snarls. All these things cost serious money, it’s not simply about educated lifestyle choices and morality toward animals. Most people are struggling to get by in the first place and can’t afford those feel-good extras.
Hohos and frozen pizza for a week is a lot less than the DRV of fruits veggies and proteins.
And that’s just messed up.
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