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mewmewcats:

triumphantshananigans:

tyleroakley:

cadaverous-porcelain:

killthebloodyredprinceofdeath:

twistedfuckk:

We ran out of plates.

This is possibly the greatest photo on Tumblr.

This is possibly the most disrespectful photo on Tumblr. I am not saying that you have to agree with what the bible says, but to utilize that book ‘as a plate’ knowing what it means to people, is just plain disrespectful to religion. 

This is possibly the most disrespectful photo on Tumblr. I am not saying that you have to agree with the fact that pizza is the most delicious thing ever, but to let it touch that book, knowing how many people misinterpret it as a reason to hate gays, is just plain disrespectful to pizza. 

This is possibly the most disrespectful photo on Tumblr. I’m not saying that you have to agree that eating pizza cold right out of the fridge when you first wake up is the most amazing thing ever, but to put the pizza in the microwave knowing that the microwave doesn’t like reheating food and causes it to taste different compared to fresh pizza, is just plain disrespectful to the microwave.

PRAISE THE FUCKING DARK LORD SATAN. SHUT THE FUCK UP. 

Pizza tastes better reheated in a very hot oven, the cheese browns instead of liquefying, the crust gets crispy instead of soggy. The flavors and textures are better than microwave reheating. Microwaves agitate the water molecules so at best you’re generating steam, which isn’t hot enough. The bible in the microwave just agitates people which doesn’t do anything worthwhile to the pizza.

mewmewcats:

triumphantshananigans:

tyleroakley:

cadaverous-porcelain:

killthebloodyredprinceofdeath:

twistedfuckk:

We ran out of plates.

This is possibly the greatest photo on Tumblr.

This is possibly the most disrespectful photo on Tumblr. I am not saying that you have to agree with what the bible says, but to utilize that book ‘as a plate’ knowing what it means to people, is just plain disrespectful to religion. 

This is possibly the most disrespectful photo on Tumblr. I am not saying that you have to agree with the fact that pizza is the most delicious thing ever, but to let it touch that book, knowing how many people misinterpret it as a reason to hate gays, is just plain disrespectful to pizza. 

This is possibly the most disrespectful photo on Tumblr. I’m not saying that you have to agree that eating pizza cold right out of the fridge when you first wake up is the most amazing thing ever, but to put the pizza in the microwave knowing that the microwave doesn’t like reheating food and causes it to taste different compared to fresh pizza, is just plain disrespectful to the microwave.

PRAISE THE FUCKING DARK LORD SATAN. SHUT THE FUCK UP. 

Pizza tastes better reheated in a very hot oven, the cheese browns instead of liquefying, the crust gets crispy instead of soggy. The flavors and textures are better than microwave reheating. Microwaves agitate the water molecules so at best you’re generating steam, which isn’t hot enough. The bible in the microwave just agitates people which doesn’t do anything worthwhile to the pizza.

whenyouscreamyouremajestic:

onna4:

The best valentine card


Favorite.

All, and I mean ALL, purpose Valentine card.

whenyouscreamyouremajestic:

onna4:

The best valentine card

Favorite.

All, and I mean ALL, purpose Valentine card.

Especially relevant on groundhogs day

Especially relevant on groundhogs day

touchn2btouched:

lol

Nuff said

touchn2btouched:

lol

Nuff said

Parent: Why don't you come socialize with the family?
Me: *sits with family*
Me: *gets insulted by entire family*
Me: *goes back to bedroom*
On the list

On the list

upwithchris:

A new study by federal scientists has tied the controversial method of natural gas extraction known as hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” to a skyrocketing number of earthquakes in the Colorado-New Mexico region.
The study, presented to the American Geophysical Union this week by scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey, found a stunning increase in seismic activity in the Raton Basin on Colorado and New Mexico after 2001, when companies began injecting wastewater fluid from natural gas drilling into the ground there. Between 1970 and 2001, there were just five earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater in the area. From 2001 to 2011, that number spiked to 95 earthquakes, an increase of 1,900 percent.
The federal researchers concluded that “the majority, if not all of the earthquakes since August 2001 have been triggered by the deep injection of wastewater related to the production of natural gas from the coal-bed methane field here,” according to an abstract of the paper posted online by the American Geophysical Union.

Can we use such lube elsewhere to have several small tectonic shifts instead of few large ones?

upwithchris:

A new study by federal scientists has tied the controversial method of natural gas extraction known as hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” to a skyrocketing number of earthquakes in the Colorado-New Mexico region.

The study, presented to the American Geophysical Union this week by scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey, found a stunning increase in seismic activity in the Raton Basin on Colorado and New Mexico after 2001, when companies began injecting wastewater fluid from natural gas drilling into the ground there. Between 1970 and 2001, there were just five earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater in the area. From 2001 to 2011, that number spiked to 95 earthquakes, an increase of 1,900 percent.

The federal researchers concluded that “the majority, if not all of the earthquakes since August 2001 have been triggered by the deep injection of wastewater related to the production of natural gas from the coal-bed methane field here,” according to an abstract of the paper posted online by the American Geophysical Union.

Can we use such lube elsewhere to have several small tectonic shifts instead of few large ones?

A light in the darkness.

A light in the darkness.

seximental:

whoa

Brave, Stupid, Curious, choose two.

seximental:

whoa

Brave, Stupid, Curious, choose two.

Boundary issues

Boundary issues