So after I lost my fire eel to ich caused by a moss ball bought on ebay I spent alot of time making my tank safe again. I lost several fish including two black ghost knife fish that I can’t bring myself to replace. I was offered a new fire eel, but I couldn’t think about replacing my Mushu because I got so attatched to him. Instead I just purchased a large tire track eel that I have named Boa. She is still very shy, but she is coming around. Her personality is very quiet, but she did let me pet her a little.

archiemcphee:

Last year Maine-based artist Julie Persons and her eight-year-old daughter began working on a project entitled Chicks in Hats. Julie’s daughter puts ridiculously cute little hats on already ridiculously cute baby chicks and then Julie photographs them. Judging by these awesome photos, Julie and her daughter make a great team. 

What’s more, there is even a Chicks in Hats Etsy shop where you can purchase prints of these delightful photos, greeting card sets or even fridge magnets. There’s nothing like a cute chick sporting a tiny hat to brighten one’s day. 

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"No surprise Chick-Fil-A supports traditional marriage. Unlike KFC’s ‘Double Down’ — two chicken breasts rubbing up against each other. That is nothing but a lesbian fantasy snack." — Stephen Colbert http://on.cc.com/Qnr9Fu

"No surprise Chick-Fil-A supports traditional marriage. Unlike KFC’s ‘Double Down’ — two chicken breasts rubbing up against each other. That is nothing but a lesbian fantasy snack." — Stephen Colbert http://on.cc.com/Qnr9Fu

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POLICE OFFICER ADOPTS “VICIOUS” PIT BULL -”The dog came over with it’s tail between it’s legs and panting. I grabbed my water bottle and the dog sat down next to me and began licking my pants.” 
A police officer in Baltimore City responded to a “vicious dog” call.  Upon arriving at the scene he saw people yelling at a Pit Bull.  However, the dog turned out to be so gentle, that the officer ended up adopting the dog himself.  Here’s more from the Modified k9 blog:

When I came on the scene, I noticed people yelling out their windows at the dog. I followed the dog into an ally to see how it was acting. Going on my own approach, being a dog lover, I got out of my car and called the “vicious dog” over to me…I started giving the dog water. I brought the dog over and waited for the pound to show up. My partner was not a fan of dogs and was startled by my approach. I suggested to him that this dog cannot be put down, and should be taken to a shelter. We took it upon ourselves to take the dog to the shelter, and transported it in the back seat in the back of our patrol car. Then I decided that I wanted to keep the dog, and spoke to the shelter about the steps to take to adopt it. 

Thanks to some compassion on the part of Officer Dan Waskiewicz, a dog now has a chance at a loving home. Instead of dismissing the dog as another “vicious” Pit Bull, the officer took a chance and now this story has a happy ending.  Click here for the full story.  Also, check out the Modified k9 blog for many more great dog stories and this site for information about Pit Bull rescue.

Pit Bulls are not inherently vicious dogs.
I’m going to say that again, because it’s really important: Pit Bulls are not inherently vicious dogs, and it is ignorant to claim otherwise.

wilwheaton:

dogjournal:

POLICE OFFICER ADOPTS “VICIOUS” PIT BULL -The dog came over with it’s tail between it’s legs and panting. I grabbed my water bottle and the dog sat down next to me and began licking my pants.” 

A police officer in Baltimore City responded to a “vicious dog” call.  Upon arriving at the scene he saw people yelling at a Pit Bull.  However, the dog turned out to be so gentle, that the officer ended up adopting the dog himself.  Here’s more from the Modified k9 blog:

When I came on the scene, I noticed people yelling out their windows at the dog. I followed the dog into an ally to see how it was acting. Going on my own approach, being a dog lover, I got out of my car and called the “vicious dog” over to me…I started giving the dog water. I brought the dog over and waited for the pound to show up. My partner was not a fan of dogs and was startled by my approach. I suggested to him that this dog cannot be put down, and should be taken to a shelter. We took it upon ourselves to take the dog to the shelter, and transported it in the back seat in the back of our patrol car. Then I decided that I wanted to keep the dog, and spoke to the shelter about the steps to take to adopt it. 

Thanks to some compassion on the part of Officer Dan Waskiewicz, a dog now has a chance at a loving home. Instead of dismissing the dog as another “vicious” Pit Bull, the officer took a chance and now this story has a happy ending.  Click here for the full story.  Also, check out the Modified k9 blog for many more great dog stories and this site for information about Pit Bull rescue.

Pit Bulls are not inherently vicious dogs.

I’m going to say that again, because it’s really important: Pit Bulls are not inherently vicious dogs, and it is ignorant to claim otherwise.

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videohall:

Synchronized kittens

My fish tank is coming along nicely. 59 gallons was more than I had ever planned on having in a tank but I am really enjoying putting it together, and the fish I can get now are very cool. the empty spot in the middle is for the big cambodian temple that I am getting monday.

sad day

so I was hoping that I was going to have enough money to afford my mandolin outright by tuesday…. nope I’m going to be 27 bucks short. ah well I can still go put fifty down and be that much closer to getting it.

And here is what Leia does, when you force her into a scanty outfit and choke-chain: she takes that chain, and she kills you with it. She doesn’t let her clothing get in her way or limit her more than she can help—she waits for her moment to strike, and then she conquers her would-be conqueror and saves the day.

And I was a little kid, not yet desensitized to violence […] Jabba’s death scene freaked the hell out of me. It wasn’t a clean blaster shot to the chest or a slice from a lightsaber that sent sparks flying or made you turn invisible. There were struggles, and flailing, and twitching limbs. The shots are close-ups, and very dark—it’s vicious, and vengeful, and physical, and very very personal.

So for me, wearing that gold bikini does not mean Here I am, a sexy toy for your amusement and gratification.

To me, that gold bikini says, If you fuck with me, I will end you.

Olivia Waite - Ellora’s Cave author, inquisitive mind, and hedonist-about-town (via veggiezombiex)

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