obfuscobble:

daniistrouble:

I feel like I heard a mic drop on this.

damn.

obfuscobble:

daniistrouble:

I feel like I heard a mic drop on this.

damn.

(Source: mymagicmurderbag)

    kaywinnetleetam:

    On a Friday afternoon, after rejecting Firefly's original pilot “Serenity”, Fox executives instructed series creator Joss Whedon to submit a new pilot script on Monday morning or the show would not be picked up. Whedon and his co-executive producer Tim Minear locked themselves away for the weekend to write this script, adding “larger than life” supporting characters and making the episode more action-centric to please the network. This new pilot, directed by Whedon, later became the series' second episode. Firefly premiered with “The Train Job” on Fox on September 20, 2002, twelve years ago today.

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        distant-traveller:

Mimas: small moon with a big crater

Whatever hit Mimas nearly destroyed it. What remains is one of the largest impact craters on one of Saturn’s smallest moons. The crater, named Herschel after the 1789 discoverer of Mimas, Sir William Herschel, spans about 130 kilometers and is pictured above. Mimas’ low mass produces a surface gravity just strong enough to create a spherical body but weak enough to allow such relatively large surface features. Mimas is made of mostly water ice with a smattering of rock - so it is accurately described as a big dirty snowball. The above image was taken during the 2005 August flyby of the robot spacecraft Cassini now in orbit around Saturn. A recent analysis of Mimas’s unusual wobble indicates that it might house a liquid water interior ocean.

Image credit: Cassini Imaging Team, ISS, JPL, ESA, NASA; Digital Processing: Supportstorm

        distant-traveller:

        Mimas: small moon with a big crater

        Whatever hit Mimas nearly destroyed it. What remains is one of the largest impact craters on one of Saturn’s smallest moons. The crater, named Herschel after the 1789 discoverer of Mimas, Sir William Herschel, spans about 130 kilometers and is pictured above. Mimas’ low mass produces a surface gravity just strong enough to create a spherical body but weak enough to allow such relatively large surface features. Mimas is made of mostly water ice with a smattering of rock - so it is accurately described as a big dirty snowball. The above image was taken during the 2005 August flyby of the robot spacecraft Cassini now in orbit around Saturn. A recent analysis of Mimas’s unusual wobble indicates that it might house a liquid water interior ocean.

        Image credit: Cassini Imaging Team, ISS, JPL, ESA, NASA; Digital Processing: Supportstorm

          overlypolitebisexual:

          have you ever considered that female celebrities claim not to be feminists/push a watered down version of feminism because it’s fucking unsafe for them to admit to anything else? emma watson gave the most watered down, man friendly speech on feminism i’ve ever seen in my life and men threatened to leak nudes of her and attack her so

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            + atla
            blackmoods:

sociallyawkwardhufflepuff:

doooodles

I WANT TO CRY

            blackmoods:

            sociallyawkwardhufflepuff:

            doooodles

            I WANT TO CRY

              presidentobarna:

keheliya:

They were only allowed to bring one sheet to the physics exam…

I’m in awe.

              presidentobarna:

              keheliya:

              They were only allowed to bring one sheet to the physics exam…

              I’m in awe.

                  elysedc:

                  The ultimate dad joke compilation

                    thebitchiam:

4gifs:

Puppy growing up, no hesitation on the second jump. [video]

This warms my heart

                    thebitchiam:

                    4gifs:

                    Puppy growing up, no hesitation on the second jump. [video]

                    This warms my heart

                    (Source: ForGIFs.com)