Living in a Mid-Life Quandry

Sep 30 2014
mirandahart-blog:

Chummy and Freddie!!

mirandahart-blog:

Chummy and Freddie!!

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flymetothelostmoon:

Call the midwife is legitimately one of the best shows I’ve ever watched and yet there doesn’t seem to be much of a fandom for it….please reblog this post if you are in the fandom.

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Sep 29 2014
blipsterinsverige:

josieisanerdokay:

A summary of ‘Romeo and Juliet’

I see no lies here.

blipsterinsverige:

josieisanerdokay:

A summary of ‘Romeo and Juliet’

I see no lies here.

(via djouhrb)

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Even if they were married he’d still call her “Mrs Hughes”, wouldn’t he? (x)

(Source: prior-incantatem, via greatestvoyagehistoryofplastic)

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doctorwho:

lastimewar:

"I lived among otters once for a month. Well, I sulked - River and I, we had this big fight —"

There is so much good fan work about the scene from this week’s episode, ‘The Caretaker’ in which we learned that The Doctor lived among otters once for a month.
So we decided that for the next hour, it’s OTTER HOUR on the Doctor Who Tumblr. Stay glued to your dash.

doctorwho:

lastimewar:

"I lived among otters once for a month. Well, I sulked - River and I, we had this big fight —"

There is so much good fan work about the scene from this week’s episode, ‘The Caretaker’ in which we learned that The Doctor lived among otters once for a month.

So we decided that for the next hour, it’s OTTER HOUR on the Doctor Who Tumblr. Stay glued to your dash.

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ask-thelittleheros:

Peter Q: Or sometimes we play monopoly.

(via vicious-seamonkey)

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equestrianrepublican:

antifeminist111:

equestrianrepublican:

actualubisoft:

i-made-my-choice-a-long-time-ago:

songofages:

bobeestinger:

muchymozzarella:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

^ TRUTH
Seriously, whenever I use a flip phone the first thing I always think of is Star Trek :D

NO 
THIS SHIT AIN’T RIGHT
STAR TREK DIDN’T PREDICT THE FUTURE FOOL
IT CREATED THE FUTURE
IT INSPIRED THE FUTURE
THE REASON THESE THINGS EXIST IS BECAUSE STAR TREK MADE PEOPLE WANT THEM TO HAPPEN
STAR TREK IS THE FUTURE

Dont forget about automatic doors

People are currently trying to make tricorders  as well. So far it can monitor heart functions.

oh an hyposprays are in the works, too

Don’t forget about NASA actively working on a theoretical warp drive

#Did someone say Tricorder?

This right here proves that Capitalism works-  It allows stuff like this to happen.

Capitalism and a dash of Star Trek

equestrianrepublican:

antifeminist111:

equestrianrepublican:

actualubisoft:

i-made-my-choice-a-long-time-ago:

songofages:

bobeestinger:

muchymozzarella:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

^ TRUTH

Seriously, whenever I use a flip phone the first thing I always think of is Star Trek :D

NO 

THIS SHIT AIN’T RIGHT

STAR TREK DIDN’T PREDICT THE FUTURE FOOL

IT CREATED THE FUTURE

IT INSPIRED THE FUTURE

THE REASON THESE THINGS EXIST IS BECAUSE STAR TREK MADE PEOPLE WANT THEM TO HAPPEN

STAR TREK IS THE FUTURE

Dont forget about automatic doors

People are currently trying to make tricorders  as well. So far it can monitor heart functions.

oh an hyposprays are in the works, too

Don’t forget about NASA actively working on a theoretical warp drive

#Did someone say Tricorder?


This right here proves that Capitalism works-  It allows stuff like this to happen.

Capitalism and a dash of Star Trek

(Source: jarabacek, via jewishpolitics)

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Sep 28 2014

The head of a company survived 9/11 because
His son started kindergarten.

Another fellow was alive because it was
His turn to bring donuts.

One woman was late because her
Alarm clock didn’t go off in time.

One was late because of being stuck on the NJ Turnpike
Because of an auto accident.

One of them
Missed his bus.

One spilled food on her clothes and had to take
Time to change.

One’s
Car wouldn’t start.

One couldn’t
Get a taxi.

The one that struck me was the man
Who put on a new pair of shoes that morning,
Took the various means to get to work but before.
He got there, he developed a blister on his foot.
He stopped at a drugstore to buy a Band-Aid.
That is why he is alive today..

Now when I am
Stuck in traffic,
Miss an elevator,
Turn back to answer a ringing telephone…
All the little things that annoy me,
I think to myself,

This is exactly where
I’m meant to be
At this very moment

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disneycamera:

Night Fall by CodyWDWfan on Flickr.

2 days!  Twwooooo daaaaysss!

disneycamera:

Night Fall by CodyWDWfan on Flickr.

2 days!  Twwooooo daaaaysss!

(via confessionsofacastmember)

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honeybeehave:

What happens to the bees during winter?
The girls will pack up into a ball of bees known as a cluster, vibrating and generating enough friction to keep the center of the cluster super toasty. To generate proper friction, the bees use their flight muscles, disabling their wings so that they vibrate. They pack closer together as it gets colder, and spread out as it warms up.
In the center of the cluster, the queen and brood are the priority to be kept warm and the workers that pack around them rotate from the outside of the cluster inward as they get cold. It is similar to how emperor penguins pack themselves in a tight group to create a wind shield, taking turns being on the outside where it is coldest.
Throughout the winter, the stored honey and pollen will be consumed by the bees to keep them alive and give them the energy to generate heat, and by late winter the queen will start laying eggs again to get her colony numbers up in time for the bounties of spring.
The bees will come out much earlier, and colder, than most people realize. In the early spring, there are trees producing pollen, and some plants, such as skunk cabbage, that the bees can harvest from as soon as the temperature rises to around 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
Before this happens, there are the sunniest days of winter when the warm rays will heat up the hive bodies enough to entice the bees out for ‘cleansing flights’. The girls are very clean, and won’t do their business inside the hive, so after a nice sunny day there will be tiny yellow dots all around the hives.
Now you know :)

honeybeehave:

What happens to the bees during winter?

The girls will pack up into a ball of bees known as a cluster, vibrating and generating enough friction to keep the center of the cluster super toasty. To generate proper friction, the bees use their flight muscles, disabling their wings so that they vibrate. They pack closer together as it gets colder, and spread out as it warms up.

In the center of the cluster, the queen and brood are the priority to be kept warm and the workers that pack around them rotate from the outside of the cluster inward as they get cold. It is similar to how emperor penguins pack themselves in a tight group to create a wind shield, taking turns being on the outside where it is coldest.

Throughout the winter, the stored honey and pollen will be consumed by the bees to keep them alive and give them the energy to generate heat, and by late winter the queen will start laying eggs again to get her colony numbers up in time for the bounties of spring.

The bees will come out much earlier, and colder, than most people realize. In the early spring, there are trees producing pollen, and some plants, such as skunk cabbage, that the bees can harvest from as soon as the temperature rises to around 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

Before this happens, there are the sunniest days of winter when the warm rays will heat up the hive bodies enough to entice the bees out for ‘cleansing flights’. The girls are very clean, and won’t do their business inside the hive, so after a nice sunny day there will be tiny yellow dots all around the hives.

Now you know :)

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