John Barrowman at FandomFest 2013 (x)
'Never apologize for being nerdy.'
I LOVE YOU JOHN BARROWMAN.
I tried so hard to get into this panel! The line was so freaking long! I was able to get into the Firefly one though. :D
I did meet John though! He’s a super nice guy! ^_^
I received an ask about this, and it really worried me. Basically, if anyone tells you that corsets/waist training/tightlacing will stop you from getting pregnant, TELL THEM TO FUCK OFF.
Waist training is not an effective method of birth control! It isn’t…
Who thinks this is even a thing? Decreasing your waste size does not impact the babymaker!
This is, by far, the best short film I’ve seen in my life. Every time I watch this it divulges even more meaning.
Will always fucking reblog. I mean just look at the animation to begin with it is stunning. Not to mention the plot is fabulous and the voice acting is spot on. Every time I watch this I get chills down my spine. its so eerie what we can accomplish now days.
(Source: ladypoetess, via heythenamestristan)
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Another article on the little lost baby orca in Norway.
"Transporting it (the orca) to an aquarium is not recommended! Life in a pool is no life for an orca."
I’m sorry, but I cannot morally accept leaving this young, dependant calf to starve to death, completely alone. It is clearly in need of some form of rescue.
I am anti-captivity, but this baby needs to be carefully monitored and taken care of, or else it will die.
Wtf. I am pretty much as anticap as they come, but I don’t believe that leaving this baby to die is the right way to do things! What makes him/her any less deserving of a chance at life than Morgan or Pascuala?
Did you guys read the entire article?
I used google translate and from my understanding they’re gonna feed it fish. I doubt they’d just leave it there to die. Norway has a big population of orcas and to my knowledge they’ve never let one in need die. I just think they wanna avoid a captivity life for the orca if it’s possible.
I seriously doubt it’s weaned. All the folding on the tail makes it look very young, young enough to still be nursing. If that is the case then simply throwing him/her fish isn’t going to solve anything. On top of that, if it begins to associate humans with food we’re going to end up with another Luna.
What if they could do something similar to Springer? Assuming this calf can eat fish (I have no idea if it can or not), they could use some sort of tube system that sends fish to the orca without a person physically handing fish to him. That way he wouldn’t associate humans with food.
I agree that it’s probably not weaned yet. I doubt it can do much with fish. Poor thing. :(