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Crowley's up in Hogwarts

f0rsakenf0rtresss:

buzzfeed:

This is the extremely upsetting truth about baby carrots.

did you guys actually think they were baby carrots

11 hours ago on April 24th | J | 132,352 notes

happy!dean week → favorite overall happy!dean moment

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The thing you have to know about Star Trek, beyond the obvious it-forever-changed-how-we-envision-the-future stuff, is that when the original series first aired in 1966, it was just about dead in the water. Audiences didn’t love the original pilot episode, and the show’s creator, Gene Roddenberry, had to fight to convince NBC executives to air more episodes of this weird, forward-thinking show about space exploration. The network and let him air a second, new-and-improved pilot (with the role of Captain James T. Kirk recast with William Shatner) and then a whole season, and then a second season, but although the show was slowly gaining viewers, the ratings were still pretty low, so NBC announced its cancellation.

Bjo [Trimble], however, would not hear of it.

“It really annoyed me,” she said on a recent episode of The Real Story on the Smithsonian Channel. “I think we had a moral prerogative not just to save the show, but to let these networks know that the public had an opinion.”

11 hours ago on April 24th | J | 171 notes

qunerdi:

???????

WHAT KIND OF COURT IS THIS

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simplefitlife:

Pretty Much.

simplefitlife:

Pretty Much.

11 hours ago on April 24th | J | 4,521 notes

nerdgirlsneedcocktoo:

buzzfeed:

*deep sigh of contentment*

This pleases my brain.

11 hours ago on April 24th | J | 68,213 notes

punkrockluna:

attabe:

why do height differences in shipping always have to be about one being really tiny and the other being really tall. what about one being exactly a single inch taller than the other and the second being consistently angry about this.

11 hours ago on April 24th | J | 86,408 notes