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UgH I’m gonna see tdm3 live next month, but it’s gonna be this HUGE OUTDOOR EVENT. Though I think cramped boozey venues are best for these guys, I’m still super excited.

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This song means a lot to me, guys.

thatmotherfuckingcat said: I keep meaning to ask. are these two your characters or do they belong to rei? or did you two come up with them together?! Because I’ve seen rei draw em a bunch too. (OR DID SOMEONE ELSE ENTIRELY COME UP WITH EM)

Mitzi is my character, and Marc belongs to my friend, imr9ne! We roleplay as these twins in a Dungeons and Dragons campaign that’s been running for a year, but we’ve also been planning an AU roleplay with them and Rei’s character, Torben! It hasn’t gotten off the ground yet but… maybe someday.

So to answer yr question… It’s a group effort. B)

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Mad Max: Fury Road - SDCC 2014 Trailer

When someone is complaining about how they’re “just getting by” while yr sitting in their pool house

23 hours ago with 1 note

The GM kind of hates the twins and I don’t blame him.

The GM kind of hates the twins and I don’t blame him.


deadly nadder
and just because, have a progress gif


deadly nadder

and just because, have a progress gif

Tagged: #httyd #fanart #ye




3 year old death grip!





ppl who are shy at first but become obnoxious and loud once theyre comfortable around you r awesoem. hold on  a sec wait pt this text ost on hold. theres pirate ship outside my window right now whath the 

I LIVE BY A R river I CANT GET A CLEAR picture its turnign around


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Never give these three your phone. #SDCC


Never give these three your phone. #SDCC

Hello! I have an odd question. I've noticed that the grips of historical muzzle loading pistols are sometimes a gentle curve and sometimes a sharp turn downward, almost like a modern handgun. Was this just a matter of personal and cultural preference or was there more to it? Thank you for your time.



The grips really was determined by the function of the pistol.

Holster pistols were the kind of guns people would carry in a holster.  Thus the angle of the handle was shallow to allow for an easier draw.

Traveling pistols were the kind of pistols one carried in a case, and only used for a planned even, such as a duel.  Thus the emphasis was on accuracy, not fast draw.  As a result the handle tended to be a sharper angle.

Sawhandle pistols are a good example of this, although they are rare.

The of course you have ball butt pistols, also sometimes called puffers.  They have a large ball on the end of the handle, the purpose of which was so you could use the pistol more effectively as a club.

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Looks like someone found a video of Mark Gagliardi playing the Genie in Disneyland’s production of Aladdin, which he did for several years until recently.  Start at about 15:00 for Mark’s entrance.