I'm not that good with descriptions, so here's a list of my fandoms:
Sherlock, Doctor Who, Harry Potter, LOTR, Hobbit, Digimon, Avatar the Last Airbender/Legend of Korra, Loveless, Neon Genesis Evangelion, No.6, Natsume Yuujinchou, And many, many more.
April 19th
9:25 PM


Spider Stories: An African Animation

Here’s a project that I’m definitely going to be keeping a keen eye on! Spider Stories is an African inspired action cartoon set in a fantasy world that follows the tale of Princess Zahara who is tossed into hiding after her royal family is overthrown by another kingdom. Armed with a mystical staff, the fearless princess embarks on quest to reconnect with the spirits, reunite her homeland, and reclaim the throne.

“We have to recognize that culture used to flow through storytelling, and now it flows through media. So within the continent, we want to have images that African children can grow up with that look like them and have names like them and neighborhoods that look like theirs that they can identify with. Thirty to 40 years down the line, when they’re doctors and lawyers and presidents, the positive associations they have with the characters will be real parts of their identities.” – John Agbaje

Read more about the creators and the characters

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Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic


"stop saying straight men are weak and pathetic" 

i had to listen to a man describe how the fact that his girlfriend’s farts are louder and stronger than his is making him feel self conscious and emasculated on the radio today 

9:22 PM

a message from Anonymous

If you put a bullet through your head, would you still feel it - provided that it's an instant kill?


Providing it’s an instant kill, I won’t get into the topics—distance, type of gun, size of bullet, parts of the brain, etc—that would make this more complicated than necessary. I looked around online, and I have to say no. The brain would not have enough time to process pain before the bullet kills the person. Although there is still debate about this, signal for pain can travel anywhere from 0.5 m/s to 40 m/s depending on the nerve fiber. A common handgun, like a Glock 19 (with 9x19mm Parabellum), can shoot a bullet between 300 m/s and 400 m/s depending on the ammunition.

Some links:

Again, I’m terribly sorry for the long wait! tumblr, you butt.

9:20 PM


RTD was driving Who in the right direction, mostly, he did swerve every now and then. But then Moffat took the wheel, drove back the opposite way, past the the sixties, into the B.C. era, right off the cliff and into the sea of perpetual bad writing. 

9:15 PM

Cate Talks Moffat


Because I have a ton of writing to do for NaNo, and because I just so happen to have a lot of feelings about Doctor Who, I’ve decided to compile a list of things about Moffat Who that deeply bother me. There are spoilers for the 50th, so if you haven’t seen it yet… well first of all, go watch it. And then come back when you have been properly and thoroughly frustrated by it.

I shouldn’t have to say this, but apparently I do: just because I have a lot of problems with Steven Moffat’s writing does not mean I think everything he’s ever done is stinky. This is not a personal attack on the man himself, this is about someone who is running a show I love into the ground.

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Easter Bunny is the scariest shit ever




happy easter

Yeeeaaahhhh… Ummm… No.

Yeah, I didn’t need to sleep tonight….

9:05 PM
"It’s difficult to get over when the crime scene is your body."
—  Anonymous, National Public Radio (via masteradept)
9:05 PM


Why don’t I strap on my job helmet, and squeeze down into a job cannon and fire off into Jobland, where jobs grow on jobbies!



Jamie Lynn Spears leaves the audience at the 2014 American Country Music Awards (which took place in Las Vegas) after Blake Shelton’s rude comment about her sister Britney

apparently the audience didn’t have to go anywhere to see a lip synch performance