Blood collected in the teeth of a wolf skull
boops boops in a bucket
I write this PSA because it’s something that needs to be said: not all disabilities are visible, which means that sometimes, people with disabilities look perfectly healthy on the outside. “Invisible disabilities" actually count for 96% of…
This is glorious.
Actually, that’s incorrect.
It is common knowledge that 3 days is 72 hours, correct? However, we have evidence to prove that not all of that time was spent teleporting bread.
We know that when the Spy instructed the mercenaries to synchronize their death watches for the gathering to fulfill their last wishes, He told them to set it to 70 hours, not 72. The scene after that lasts for approximately one minute, 25 seconds.
That’s not all! We know that when Miss Pauling arrived to the base, The soldier was present with the Demoman and Spy, meaning he did not spend that time teleporting bread either. This scene lasts for about 54 seconds, adding on the time the mercenaries spent battling the bread monster, this puts the 54 seconds up to 3 minutes and 40 seconds.
For those keeping track at home, we’ve gotten up to a total of 2 hours, 5 minutes, and 5 seconds of confirmed time the soldier did not spend teleporting bread. This makes 7,505 seconds. Subtracting this from the 259,200 seconds above, the amount of bread loaves the soldier actually teleported is 25,169!
You did not read my argument!
Does it say you want my calculator?
Also known as the manul, the Pallas’s cat are roughly the size of domestic cats but have long and dense fur that makes them appear stouter and heavier than they are. They are common in cold grassland and rocky steppe climates, often at high elevations up to 16000 feet.
The Pallas’s have long been hunted for their warm and luxurious pelts. Their isolated existence has left them with underdeveloped immune systems unable to fight off common infections they may be exposed to in a zoo environment.
Philadelphia Zoo’s female Black-footed Cat Aza gave birth to a litter of kittens on April 8, 2014: the first Black-footed Cats ever to be born at the Philadelphia Zoo! Their names are Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion. Drogon and Viserion are male and Rhaegal is female.
Learn more at Zooborns.
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I hear my mom shrieking downstairs, shouting up to me about “THE CATS! THE CATS!”
I run downstairs, thinking someone has died or something and see THIS:
I FEEL LIKE I NEED TO PUNCH SOMETHING TO GET OVER THE ADORABLENESS
They look like they’re about to break out in a musical number
This post got better since I re-blogged it earlier.
Crystallized coyote skull… death succumbing to beauty and renewal.
From the series Crystal Skulls, Skin, and Bones