Keep Calm and Ship Destiel

theashleyclements:

Note: never tell me your favorite movie scene ;)

I don’t know whose favorite scene this is but this is an A+ mashup.


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daughterofprometheus:

deducecanoe:

ruthpower:

Bill Nye is my favorite
Dawkins needs to get over himself

Bam. Dawkins is a jerk.

Dawkins looks like he is being physically repelled by Bill Nye’s presence. Like Bill has this aura that pushes back assholes or something.

daughterofprometheus:

deducecanoe:

ruthpower:

Bill Nye is my favorite

Dawkins needs to get over himself

Bam. Dawkins is a jerk.

Dawkins looks like he is being physically repelled by Bill Nye’s presence. Like Bill has this aura that pushes back assholes or something.


Nobody even cares what's happening in Mexico.  

free-clementine:

We are missing 43 students. They were taken away by police officers. They were most likely tortured and probably murdered like the 6 kids they left behind.
Mexico is weeping blood.
We need people from all over the world to help us ask our government to stop the violence….


oregonfairy:

ok so she’s perfect



If Fanfics Were Books 1/∞
The Internet is for…by firstlightofeosOf all the things Erik expected to find on tumblr, his newest porn obsession was not one of them.

If Fanfics Were Books 1/

The Internet is for…by firstlightofeos
Of all the things Erik expected to find on tumblr, his newest porn obsession was not one of them.


evilproduct:

The Expeditions Trilogy

Don’t lie, these were three of your favorite movies in childhood. Unfortunately none of them had great financial success at the box office, which left them as stand alone films. Apparently had El Dorado done well there were going to be more Miguel and Tulio films featuring them visiting other marvels of civilization conducting various con jobs. Atlantis was going to have an animated TV series and Disney World attractions that got scuttled after the movie performed poorly. Treasure Planet apparently almost got a sequel too but that’s all we know about that. Thematically, all they have in common are expeditions to hidden places for legendary secrets, but dammit if they don’t fit together perfectly. One thing is for certain though, no one should have to watch Atlantis: Milo’s Return.

The Road to El Dorado (2000)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
Treasure Planet (2002)