verbosesniper:

getintheboxsteven:

notecec:

This person I follow on twitter wrote this and now I just can’t stop

The Simpson
Six Feet Unders
The Shields
Doctors Who
Supernaturals
Fireflies
Orange is the Blacks
Smallvilles
Sherlocks

please make it stop

Americans Horror Story
Boardwalks Empires
Chucks
Park and Recreation
Harvey Birdmen
Hannibals
Freak and Geek

Those 70’s Shows

the leagues of gentleman
inside numbers nines
my names are earl
the hungers game
monty pythons

pulp fictions
ghostsbuster
kill bills
taxis drivers

and then games
hotlines miami
time fcuks or times fukc (that sounds like a font)
worlds of warcrafts
calls of duties (my friend suggested that)

this is beautiful

(Reblogged from verbosesniper)

arnobuyens:

spaceindavers:

Don’t smoke kids

smoke cigarettes instead

(Reblogged from annalaatikko)

alberteinsteinofficial:

becomming:

xlizardx:

Apparently this is "The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken."

why isnt everyone getting so excited about this, it is literally another planet look at how beautiful it is stop what your doing and look at how alien like this planet is what is living there oh my god mercury

and guess what in space they pick categories when they have a lot of things to name like the craters on mercury. the category for naming them is after deceased artists

(Reblogged from banimals)
marypussypoppins:

looks like this cat just witnessed a sick burn

marypussypoppins:

looks like this cat just witnessed a sick burn

(Source: littleanimalgifs)

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(Reblogged from maxofs2d)
Since her death in 1979, the woman who discovered what the universe is made of has not so much as received a memorial plaque. Her newspaper obituaries do not mention her greatest discovery. […] Every high school student knows that Isaac Newton discovered gravity, that Charles Darwin discovered evolution, and that Albert Einstein discovered the relativity of time. But when it comes to the composition of our universe, the textbooks simply say that the most abundant atom in the universe is hydrogen. And no one ever wonders how we know.
Jeremy Knowles, discussing the complete lack of recognition Cecilia Payne gets, even today, for her revolutionary discovery. (via alliterate)
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Games for anxiety

strugglingtobeheard:

strugglingtobeheard:

curiousgeorgiana:

In therapy this morning, my doc and I were talking about coping techniques, since I’ve been having higher levels of anxiety and more PTSD episodes recently. 

When I’m in that pre-anxiety stage—you know that part where you can feel the panic rising, but there’s still time to prevent a full on meltdown? When I’m at that stage, the best thing for me is repetitive, calm action that involves my hands and a little bit of my brain. A distraction.

Piano, meditation, coloring, needlework are all excellent, but not always practical. And sometimes I need something fast.

Best thing for me? Games. I thought I’d share my favorites.

Online—No thinking required

  • Calm.com: Not a game, but very soothing images along with calm music and guided meditations in short increments. Good place to start. (Free)
  • Orisinal Games: collection of simple in browser games with pretty graphics. Favorites for relaxing play are “The Crossing” and “Wings over Water”. (Free)
  • Music Catch 2:  Collect musical notes as they fall in time to instrumental music. Particularly good if you find rhythm to be calming. (Free)
  • Flower Reaction:  VERY simple game with nice music. (Free)
  • Fishing Girl:  Go fishing with cute graphics and soft music. (Free)

Online—Puzzle, a little thinking required

  • Loops of Zen:  Puzzle game with ambient music. (Free)
  • Auditorium:  Part puzzle, part just moving a mouse around, all with great music. (Free)
  • Machinarium: Amazing puzzle game in an immersive world. If you like Myst, Limbo etc, you will like this. One of my favorite games of all time. (Free demo)

Mobile games for when you’re out and need a distraction

  • Lyne (iPhone, Android):  Puzzle game. Trace lines with your fingers to solve—very soothing and takes a little concentration. Constantly updated with new puzzles. ($2.99)
  • Quell Reflect (iPhone, Android):  Move a silver ball through the puzzles to collect raindrops. Amazing soundtrack and sometimes quite challenging at higher levels. ($.99)

i’ve been playing flower reaction for like 15 minutes and it has really kept me feeling kind of calm. this is awesome resource, thank you

i’ve been meaning to reblog this again to share w/ some people and someone just reminded me.

(Reblogged from blue-author)

ladyhistory:

thedalekzhavetheimpala:

why

I have been laughing for like 10 minutes

"and why did you bring a shovel to class?"

"this is my USB"

(Source: religiousatheist)

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ambientheif:

jackthemother:

So this happened on facebook today….

BOOM

(Reblogged from evilfeminist)