premiumcountryside:

owldee:

watch-things-on-vcr:

harbek:

tiberius457:

I wasted a few minutes trying to remember what episode of Doctor Who this related to and then realized it was about Titanic…

I wasted a few minutes trying to figure out why Rose and Jack would be in the Titanic episode when that’s season 4.

I tried to click the reblog button in the picture.



Whovians are a mess.

premiumcountryside:

owldee:

watch-things-on-vcr:

harbek:

tiberius457:

I wasted a few minutes trying to remember what episode of Doctor Who this related to and then realized it was about Titanic…

I wasted a few minutes trying to figure out why Rose and Jack would be in the Titanic episode when that’s season 4.

I tried to click the reblog button in the picture.

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Whovians are a mess.





watsonette:

mintydroid:

oitnb season 3 requirements

  • for poussey to never be sad ever.
  • no larry






In general people understand the concept of a service dog. If you’re only ever heard of service dogs, you probably imagine a dog, most likely a Golden Retriever or German Shepherd Dog, wearing a vest and guide handle, guiding a blind man through busy intersections in New York City. While this image is most likely applicable to some service dog handlers, it certainly is not a depiction of all handlers.

Service dogs and their handlers come in a variety of shapes, sizes, backgrounds, and disabilities. This is why ILRDB is proud to presentTen Things People Believe About Service Dogs (That Simply Are Not True).



When you need to stop an asteroid, you get Superman. When you need to solve a mystery, you call Batman. But when you need to end a war, you get Wonder Woman.

Gail Simone, Wonder Woman: The Circle

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(via justiceleaguers)



tiffanyarcher:

Petition for the Buffy The Vampire Slayer fandom to create a real life Bronze.



burrowklown:

I have found a wonderful dog, Cerise. She is 6 months old and she is WONDERFUL and reacts to training VERY WELL. Unfortunately she is $375, which isn’t bad considering most rescues charge $179 and the low income spay is $115. (Still more, but she is PERFECT.)

I am so close to having enough money to acquiring her (disability pay is crap and they don’t subsidize for service dogs which is stupid since medicaid pays for other disability aids). Now unfortunately it looks like I’m close, but wepay and gofundme both take a cut of my money and you also don’t have to donate to me - you can also donate to my wishlist for training or more importantly a gift certificate from workingservicedog.com which is where I got Sadie’s gear and since Cerise is smaller I will need to get new gear, esp since I need to also get a patch that says SDiT until she is fully trained.

Thanks for reading and if you donate, even $5, thank you from the bottom of my heart and thank you for my sanity. I have learned in the past few weeks how important a SD is to helping me live a normal life with my PTSD.

I hate asking for help, but I am in desperate need. I can’t live without a SD anymore. Thanks again.