Tiphys.et.Automedon.dicar.Amoris.ego.

You might know me elsewhere as meaplet or epershand

Pronouns: she/her (but also happy with they/theirs)

platoapproved:

platoapproved's endless julian bashir spam →3/?

No, you used to be my father.  Now, you’re my architect.  The man who designed a better son to replace the defective one he was given. 

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mapsontheweb:

How a 100 million year old coastline affects presidential elections today

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sakura-rose12:

Aang with his children; Kya, Bumi and Tenzin. :3


THIS HITS ME RIGHT IN THE FEELS EVEN THOUGH I DREW IT. D’:

DeviantART link: http://sakura-rose12.deviantart.com/#/d532ski

mapsontheweb:

The United States of Highway Signs

I think George Washingtonton (Washington State) and Formerly the Old Man on the Mountain (New Hampshire) should hang out.


Robert Frost once tried to convince people that “good fences make good neighbors.” It turns out it also works the other way around. Sometimes shitty neighbors make shitty fences — on purpose. There’s even a name for barriers created explicitly to piss off someone else: spite fences.
For instance, in 1876, railroad investor Charles Crocker built the mother of all spite fences to stick it to his less wealthy neighbor, an undertaker by the name of Nicholas Yung. Except for the lot owned by Yung, Crocker managed to buy up an entire city block, and all that was standing between him and his plans for total block domination was Yung, who refused to give up his sexy slice of real estate pie. In retribution, Crocker entombed the undertaker’s house in a concrete wall so high that it required support from buttresses.

Read more: http://www.cracked.com/article_20452_the-5-most-incredible-things-ever-done-purely-out-spite.html#ixzz3Btqor2YL

Robert Frost once tried to convince people that “good fences make good neighbors.” It turns out it also works the other way around. Sometimes shitty neighbors make shitty fences — on purpose. There’s even a name for barriers created explicitly to piss off someone else: spite fences.

For instance, in 1876, railroad investor Charles Crocker built the mother of all spite fences to stick it to his less wealthy neighbor, an undertaker by the name of Nicholas Yung. Except for the lot owned by Yung, Crocker managed to buy up an entire city block, and all that was standing between him and his plans for total block domination was Yung, who refused to give up his sexy slice of real estate pie. In retribution, Crocker entombed the undertaker’s house in a concrete wall so high that it required support from buttresses.

Read more: http://www.cracked.com/article_20452_the-5-most-incredible-things-ever-done-purely-out-spite.html#ixzz3Btqor2YL

juniperhoot:

maikevierkant:

Space Foxes (because space animals are fun).
Edit: Prints now available here!

Space Bunnies

Space Turtles

Space Koalas

ARE YOU KIDDING ME WITH THIS?  THIS MUCH CUTENESS CANNOT BE TOLERATED.

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I have had one point six glasses of wine and have become a drunk history episode on the subject of the Crocker Spite Fence.

It is good to be a cheap date


Princess Rainbow and Twinkle Star Child

Princess Rainbow and Twinkle Star Child

uhohbaggettios:

Estoy Groot

uhohbaggettios:

Estoy Groot

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