Posts tagged OH MY GOD
Posts tagged OH MY GOD
An expertly done three point turn
Weren’t expecting that house
My name is Raiden, I’ve been a cyborg for over 6 years.
I believe in taking care of myself, and a balanced diet, and a rigorous exercise routine.
In the morning, if my face is a little rusty, I’ll start with tarnish remover, then a liquid polish, then a foaming anti-corrosive which I leave on for 10 minutes, while I prepare the rest of my routine. After my cleansing, I’ll apply WD-40 to my limbs. Always use water displacement when lubricating because non-WD will leave you squeaky. For conditioning, I do pushups, I can do thousands now.
There’s an idea of a Raiden, some kind of abstraction. But there is no real me. Only a soldier. Something mechanical.
And though I can hide my cold gaze, and though you can shake my hand, and feel metal gripping yours, and maybe you can even sense that I distance myself from my past.
Jack the Ripper is always there.
Meanwhile in the Silent Hill Wal-Mart parking lot…
WHAT IN THE NAME OF WALTER IS THAT
Makin my way to hell
Walking fast, demons past
i lost it with the salad
completely lost it at the gravy
are you srs i couldn’t make it past the brussels sprouts
billy has no friends oh my god
There is a real actual Spiderman comic where he pretends this is his power and the bad guys drop their weapons and give up. XD And it makes me happy.
Here it is:
No one can ever say spiderman is not the best superhero of all time.
Textile moths By Mister Finch
The Wilson’s Bird-of-paradise, Cicinnurus respublica, is a small, up to 21 cm long, passerine bird of the Paradisaeidae family. The male is a red and black bird-of-paradise with a yellow mantle on its neck, light green mouth, rich blue feet and two curved violet tail feathers. The head is naked blue with black double cross pattern on it. The female is a brownish bird with bare blue crown.
In the field the blue bare skin on the crown of the bird’s head is so vivid that it is clearly visible by night, the deep scarlet back and velvet green breast are lush, and the curlicue tail gleams bright silver.
An Indonesian endemic, the Wilson’s Bird-of-paradise is distributed to the hill and lowland rainforests of Waigeo and Batanta Islands offWest Papua. The diet consists mainly of fruits and small insects.
The controversial scientific name of this species was given by Charles Lucien Bonaparte, Napoleon’s nephew and a republican idealist, who described the bird from a badly damaged trade specimen purchased by British ornithologist Edward Wilson. In doing so, he beatJohn Cassin, who wanted to name the bird in honor of Wilson, by several months. Thirteen years later, in 1863, the German zoologistHeinrich Agathon Bernstein discovered the home grounds of the Wilson’s Bird-of-paradise in Waigeo Island.
Due to ongoing habitat loss, limited range and exploitation, the Wilson’s Bird-of-paradise is evaluated as Near Threatened on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is listed on Appendix II of CITES. By Wiki