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Lift the hat off the jar in the corner and the trapped echoes of a voice saying “m’lady” will escape.

Lift the hat off the jar in the corner and the trapped echoes of a voice saying “m’lady” will escape.

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Fair warning that if it turns out all fictional universes are real, I’m absconding to the nearest Culture General Systems Vehicle that uses these as its ship’s avatars.

Fair warning that if it turns out all fictional universes are real, I’m absconding to the nearest Culture General Systems Vehicle that uses these as its ship’s avatars.

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astronomy-to-zoology:


what is this monster?

Its a Bobbit Worm (Eunice aphroditois), a type of polychaete worm

Oh great. Thresher maws are real. No thank you. I SAID NO THANK YOU

astronomy-to-zoology:

what is this monster?

Its a Bobbit Worm (Eunice aphroditois), a type of polychaete worm

Oh great. Thresher maws are real. No thank you. I SAID NO THANK YOU

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Thoughts on Buffy s04e19

I’m walking through Buffy for the first time with my girlfriend (who’s seen ‘em all), and we’re closing in on the end of season 4 here with s04e19, “New Moon Rising.”

  • At this point I can’t tell if Tara’s endearingly awkward or irritatingly awkward. It is cute that she and Willow are planning to get a cat together.
  • Oh shit, Oz is back!
  • I have to say Willow’s long coat is kind of rad, but also I do not envy her the choice she’s apparently going to have to make re: Oz vs Tara.
  • Is … is Buffy wearing pleather pants? What are those made of?
  • Oh motherfuck I think I’m coming down on the side of Tara being irritatingly awkward now. I mean, I get that she’s supposed to be shy and whatnot, but this is distracting.
  • I don’t know why it’s taken me nearly four complete seasons to remark on this, but Alyson Hannigan has truly enormous eyes. They’re huge; she’s this close to being a living anime character.
  • Riley, buddy, you did not try super hard to get Oz out of the clutches of these asshole Initiative scientists.
  • "Slap my hand now!" Any time Anya does something endearing, it’s at least twice as good as it should be. I guess every show needs a "nonhuman character learning to be human" in order to be great, at least to me.
  • Am I right in assuming this show invented and at least vaguely tried to popularize “wiggins” as a noun for a mild freakout? Because I kind of wish it had made it into popular usage.
  • Ugh why is “Buffy tells someone about her relationship with Angel” such a big deal all the damn time? This is probably just me still experiencing residual dislike of their entire dynamic when he was still on the show.
  • Man, they packed a lot of feelings into this episode.
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There’s a house in San Francisco I’ve driven by more times than I can reasonably count or even begin to estimate. “Robin Williams lives there,” I was told once. Sharon Stone supposedly also had a house nearby according to the same local background-radiation gossip, which didn’t rate much with me.
But I always wondered about the supposed Robin Williams one, because of the unfinished topiary: the long neck of a skeletal steel brachiosaur poked out above the wall, its botanical covering stubbornly refusing to grow any further for years and years. It got taken down some time ago, but I always thought it lent credence to the rumor; it just seemed like a Robin Williamsy thing to have, a topiary shaped like a dinosaur.
Apparently I wasn’t the only one who thought this. If that really was your house, Robin Williams, I’m sorry for a lot of things, but among them is the fact that your dinosaur topiary never worked out. It would’ve been great.

There’s a house in San Francisco I’ve driven by more times than I can reasonably count or even begin to estimate. “Robin Williams lives there,” I was told once. Sharon Stone supposedly also had a house nearby according to the same local background-radiation gossip, which didn’t rate much with me.

But I always wondered about the supposed Robin Williams one, because of the unfinished topiary: the long neck of a skeletal steel brachiosaur poked out above the wall, its botanical covering stubbornly refusing to grow any further for years and years. It got taken down some time ago, but I always thought it lent credence to the rumor; it just seemed like a Robin Williamsy thing to have, a topiary shaped like a dinosaur.

Apparently I wasn’t the only one who thought this. If that really was your house, Robin Williams, I’m sorry for a lot of things, but among them is the fact that your dinosaur topiary never worked out. It would’ve been great.