Nothing is ever forgotten. Not really.

Yet another experiment in social media.

Delivering dinosaurs for exhibit at the Boston Museum of Science. Arthur Pollock, 1984.

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Delivering dinosaurs for exhibit at the Boston Museum of Science. Arthur Pollock, 1984.

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the word “sabotage” is p much short for “fucking shit up with a wooden shoe”



fucking shit up with a wooden shoe

oh my god

well wooden shoe look at that


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Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

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→ btvs/hannibal [1/?]

In which Buffy meets Hannibal, figures out he eats people and then decides to outpun him.



One of the most dangerous things about forgiveness is that it undercuts your ability to let go of your pent-up emotions. How can you acknowledge your anger against a parent whom you’ve already forgiven? Responsibility can go only one of two places: outward, onto the people who have hurt you, or inward, into yourself. Someone’s got to be responsible. So you may forgive your parents but end up hating yourself all the more in the exchange.

I also noticed that many clients rushed to forgiveness to avoid much of the painful work of therapy. They believed that by forgiving they could find a shortcut to feeling better. A handful of them “forgave,” left therapy, and wound up sinking even deeper into depression or anxiety.

Several of these clients clung to their fantasies: “All I have to do is forgive and I will be healed. I will have wonderful mental health, everybody is going to love everybody, we’ll hug a lot, and we’ll finally be happy.” Clients all too often discovered that the empty promise of forgiveness had merely set them up for bitter disappointment. Some of them experienced a rush of well-being, but it didn’t last because nothing had really changed in the way they felt or in their family interactions.


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Susan Forward, Toxic Parents, ch 9 (via antineutral)

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The Winter Soldier is introduced as this ghost, as this iconic dreaded assassin, and when you see him fully for the first time in the kitchen it’s terrifying. He does seem like an equal villain to Pierce … and then it’s all. fucking. subverted. and made horrific. that childlike docility in his face in the midst of all that violence, accepting that bit in his mouth, that backhand, it’s all haunting.

 you realize just what this is. making people into living weapons at the cost of their humanity isn’t badass or cool or legendary. it’s a sacrifice. it’s a corruption. it’s a greek fucking tragedy. [x]

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Fake Pockets: A How To

dude. this comic was made for me.

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Contemporary Art Week!

Leo and Diane Dillon

Various Illustrations

Leo and Diane Dillon were one of the greatest illustration teams in the history of Fantasy Art. Books that have used their illustrations for cover or inside art include an edition of the Narnia books, Garth Nix’s Sabriel, Lirael and Abhorsen, Her Stories and The Girl Who Spun Gold by Virginia Hamilton, The Earthsea Trilogy by Ursula K. LeGuin, Aida by Leontyne Price, The Girl Who Dreamed Only Geese by Howard A. Norman, and many, many more.

There is a blog dedicated to archiving their work here.

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ultimate spider-man 200

but I can’t help wonder if peter was still alive, would we end up being, like, a team? would we be partners or would I be, like, his sidekick or training under him? would I be his intern?

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I want a VtM TV show that’s like a mix of Hannibal, Game of Thrones (although I’ve never seen it, I do know it has a ton of blood, boobs, and subterfuge), and The Crow.  I want it to be Very Serious.

Or I want a VtM animated Saturday morning TV show.

There was Kindred: The Embraced I don’t remember it much, but I do remember it being Very Serious.