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mrninja3322:

LOS SANTOS MOST WANTED

AH CREW EVADES THE POLICE FORCE AND ARE AT LARGE!

(Currently only the main 6. More to come!)

Try to catch all the references, and the plate numbers.

Some are hard to get, others are in leet-speak.

Gavin’s is a toughie, so I’ll give it to you.

It says “SLOMO235390”. Watch Minecraft Let’s Plays episodes 23, 53, and 90, then tell me who wins the Tower of Pimps. ;)

motherofinvention:

oh my god

oh my god

that person tried to tell me episode 11 of season 12 wasn’t a huge difference from seasons 9 and 10

yes it is

having an entire 8 minute episode consist of animation is a huge difference compared to seasons 9 and 10

while seasons 9 and 10 used a lot more animation, this is still a big step for the animation team of season 12

justmargaret:

hiddenhogwarts:

After Fred died George developed a line of Cheering Chocolates, Nightmare Nougat and Memory Mallow for himself and others with PTSD. 

Eventually he expanded the line to Safe Silent Sparklers for those with sound sensitivities or triggers and Trigger Talismans which vibrate and block out sound when a trigger is said so that the wearer can leave. 

HEADCANON SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED, AND ACCEPTED.

agelfeygelach:

rhamphotheca:

Mysterious 500 Million-Year-Old Ocean Predators Could Be the Ancestors of Spiders
by Annalee Newitz
Anomalocarids are one of the oldest families of animals on Earth, and they looked like nightmarish sea scorpions. But a new fossil discovery actually contains traces of their brain structure — and amazingly, their half-billion-year-old brains look a lot like an arachnid’s.
Though some anomalocarids may have been as big as 7 feet long, these newly-discovered specimens are closer to the size of today’s arachnids. The critters you see fossilized below are about 8 cm long. Still, they look pretty insane — especially when you consider that their segmented heads are so similar to what we’d see in an arachnid today. A team of paleontologists led by Peiyun Cong found the three gorgeously-preserved anomalocarid fossils in Yunnan Province, and described them today in Nature…
(read more at io9)
Anomalocarid illustration by John Meszaros

AWESOME.

agelfeygelach:

rhamphotheca:

Mysterious 500 Million-Year-Old Ocean Predators Could Be the Ancestors of Spiders

by Annalee Newitz

Anomalocarids are one of the oldest families of animals on Earth, and they looked like nightmarish sea scorpions. But a new fossil discovery actually contains traces of their brain structure — and amazingly, their half-billion-year-old brains look a lot like an arachnid’s.

Though some anomalocarids may have been as big as 7 feet long, these newly-discovered specimens are closer to the size of today’s arachnids. The critters you see fossilized below are about 8 cm long. Still, they look pretty insane — especially when you consider that their segmented heads are so similar to what we’d see in an arachnid today. A team of paleontologists led by Peiyun Cong found the three gorgeously-preserved anomalocarid fossils in Yunnan Province, and described them today in Nature

(read more at io9)

Anomalocarid illustration by John Meszaros

AWESOME.

princessradish:

Haru insulting people in your head just doesn’t cut it

levi-is-my-patronus:

Reblog if Season 2 Rin Matsuoka is the reason you struggle to survive

dreamberks:

Inspired by this

badbragon:

What’s that? Can you hear it in the wind?

That’s my heart.

Breaking into little pieces.

badbragon:

What’s that? Can you hear it in the wind?

That’s my heart.

Breaking into little pieces.

churchepsilon:

CHURCH AND CAROLINA’S RELATIONSHIP WITH EACH OTHER IS PERFECT AND IF YOU DON’T AGREE THEN YOU’RE WRONG