(Source: memesalldaylong)

Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.
Soren Kierkegaard (via psych-facts)





It’s a pity that “Avatar: The last Airbender” never got a live action film.

isn’t it

what a shame

Terrible loss




This is everything.

(Source: therewerethreeinthebed)

Get to know me meme: 1/10 FAVORITE MOVIES: “TRAINSPOTTING

"People think it’s all about misery and desperation and death and all that shite, which is not to be ignored. But what they forget is the pleasure of it. Otherwise we wouldn’t do it. After all, we’re not fucking stupid. At least, we’re not that fucking stupid. Take the best orgasm you ever had, multiply it by a thousand and you’re still nowhere near it. When you’re on junk you have only one worry: scoring. When you’re off it you are suddenly obliged to worry about all sorts of other shite. Got no money: can’t get pissed. Got money: drinking too much. Can’t get a bird: no chance of a ride. Got a bird: too much hassle. You have to worry about bills, about food, about some football team that never fucking wins, about human relationships and all the things that really don’t matter when you’ve got a sincere and truthful junk habit."

(Source: cranstonspaul)


diamondback rattlesnake Medusa for Sketch_Dailies over on twitter! Just an excuse to practice drawing snake heads, let’s be honest.
I haven’t posted much recently due to BIG EXCITING LIFE CHANGES, so I figured I owed you guys something. :)


diamondback rattlesnake Medusa for Sketch_Dailies over on twitter! Just an excuse to practice drawing snake heads, let’s be honest.

I haven’t posted much recently due to BIG EXCITING LIFE CHANGES, so I figured I owed you guys something. :)

doo-doo-durante asked:
I'm confused to how the U.S. Migratory Bird Act causes any problems if you find the birds already deceased. Is that illegal?


The U.S. Migratory Bird Act protects birds even when they’re dead. Even if you find a shed feather of a protected bird, you can be in hot water, this is because they can’t prove that you didn’t rip it off a bird you killed, and they can’t tell if you have intents on selling the parts.

"Establishment of a Federal prohibition, unless permitted by regulations, to "pursue, hunt, take, capture, kill, attempt to take, capture or kill, possess, offer for sale, sell, offer to purchase, purchase, deliver for shipment, ship, cause to be shipped, deliver for transportation, transport, cause to be transported, carry, or cause to be carried by any means whatever, receive for shipment, transportation or carriage, or export, at any time, or in any manner, any migratory bird, included in the terms of this Convention … for the protection of migratory birds … or any part, nest, or egg of any such bird.” (16 U.S.C. 703)”

A misdemeanor charge can get you a fine of up to $15,000 per bird, imprisoned for up to 6 months, or both.
If you’re caught trying to sell anything protected, it’s considered a felony and you can be fined and go to jail for up to two years.



Everyone who can please take some time and report this to Florida fish and wildlife commissions (FWC) This guy killed a protected eastern indigo (drymarchon couperi) in the state of Florida. Which can lead to him serving jail time. Conservation can’t work if we got idiots like him killing indigos. The website to report him is http://m.myfwc.com/contact/wildlife-alert/ Or google FWC report.

myakka Florida. Manatee county

This, is heartbreaking.  

  My name is Wesley James. I live in Sarasota Florida and have been hiking Myakka State Park for as long as I’ve had legs. 

I have, in 23 years, never ONCE seen a single wild indigo snake. They are not only my most favorite animal in Florida but among some of the most rare animals in the US.

The eastern indigo is critically endangered living almost exclusively in burrows of the also protected and also declining gopher tortoise(Gopherus polyphemus) which has had much of its habitat destroyed due to urban development. They are a harmless but large black colubrid, the largest in the US in fact, and often killed because of their imposing size. Anyone who has spent time with these animals knows however that they are quite docile and not inclined to bite at all. These animals are in extreme decline from all fronts due to a number of causes and unfortunately among them people who intentionally kill them. This, this akin to intentionally killing a rhino or Andean condor in terms of both rarity and ecological significance and it gets worse…

  Judging from the size of this animal it’s likely to be a female. What this man has done is not only killed one single endangered animal but taken a whole possible generation of offspring. Females of snakes are not only important for birthing new generations but often much less common than males. In populations of certain species the ratio can be 10 to 1 and in extreme cases (certain garters) 100+ to 1. Taking a female out of the wild could prove potentially fatal to an entire local population. 

Please, even if you are not fond of snakes, if you love animals understand that what this person has done is terrible, illegal, and damages both this species and the environment that it lives in. I love these animals, I love them with all my heart and the fact that this makes it that much less likely to see one hurts like losing a friend. I have several contacts in the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission and will be reporting this but if you could please share to spread awareness about this species I would be extremely grateful. 

                                            Thank you. -Wes. 

Gamer sex tip #25


Instead of moaning, make reaper sounds. 

Well, the roof is on fire, my kitchen’s in shambles, an Orc on a motorcycle came riding down a tunnel in our basement being moved around by bound earth elementals, and our party Technomancer is incapable of lying to machines that speak in old English, so I really don’t know what you want us to do.
The Mage, in response to our GM’s comment that he thought we’d be done with this section of the run in 30 minutes (via outofcontextdnd)