Tiny baby python got confused about what sort of mouse to catch.
A little, teeny, tiny baby Harold Lloyd- c. 1894
Harold’s birthday is almost here, so I thought it would be fun to post this one in anticipation!
oh my goodness
"People do not give it credence that a young girl could leave home and go off in the wintertime to avenge her father’s blood. But it did happen. I was just 14 years of age when a coward by the name of Tom Chaney shot my father down and robbed him of his life and his horse and two California gold pieces that he carried in his trouser band."
You must pay for everything in this world. There is nothing free except the grace of God.
i think it’s a universal truth that everyone in our generation takes pluto’s losing its planetary status as a personal offense
pluto is smaller than russia. why did we ever even consider it a planet?
BECAUSE IT’S A PART OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM
OHANA MEANS FAMILY
OHANA MEANS NO ONE IS LEFT BEHIND
Some background: I’ve worked in gaming since 1994. I’ve worked in video game QA (quality assurance) for 8 years.
This is the FINEST glitch I’ve ever seen ANYWHERE - and that includes the World of Warcraft “turn north and crash” bug I keep running into.
how do you even fuck up that badly.
the glory of programming
video game glitches make me laugh so HARD
if you started liking arctic monkeys after AM came out i don’t like you
indirect to every arctic monkeys “”“fan”“” at my school
God forbid someone isn’t fortunate enough to be introduced to a band until a v successful album is brought to their attention which they connect to and like and then discover all the music they’ve missed from them. wow sorry people are introduced to bands at different time periods.
The Fabulous Osmylids!
Not one of our best known insect families, though possessed of classy, photogenic larvae.
From the photographer: The long projections on the head are the mouthparts and are “thought to probe for chironomid larvae in softer sediments”. They are semi-aquatic predators that have a water repellant skin. (ref Gooderham&Tsyrlin - The Waterbug Book)
Check out some of the delicate, net-winged adults (order Neuroptera) these waterside hunters grow up to be: Encyclopedia of Life
Photo: Kristi (& Simon) via flickr