I'm not a robot, I swear.

flancrossing:

i like to imagine he plays dress up with his nieces

iguanamouth:

man who cares about bald eagles have you ever seen a harpy eagle

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or an african crowned eagle

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or the crested eagle

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the little eagle

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the philippine eagle

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black and white hawk eagle

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and the bateleur eagle

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dreamsofrunning:

"I’M NOT HAVING ANY OF YOUR SHIT, JACK."

hazakurain:

she’s………… so cute…………….
hmm i have to learn more about drawing kimonos

cracked:

"To recap: 2 + 2 = 4, and a lifestyle choice + my neighbor = thought crime."

9 Famous Thinkers Who Were Total Hypocrites

#9. George Orwell Teamed Up With Big Brother to Defeat Communism

Orwell should have added an addendum to his philosophy: You’re free to believe in whatever you want, as long as it’s not communism. That’s not hypocritical per se, but as the Cold War raged on, Orwell’s fear of the red menace grew to the extent that he put on his own thought policeman’s cap and started reporting suspected commie sympathizers to the British government. In 1948, Britain decided to form a secret government organization called the Information Research Department (IRD), whose goal was to spread anti-communist propaganda. Orwell not only supported this organization, but agreed to work as an informer for them. A year before he died, Orwell provided the IRD with a list of the names of dozens of writers and researchers whom he thought might be “crypto-communist,” basing his judgment on everything from opinions they might have held to whether they were homosexual or Jewish.

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kierongillen:

comicsncoolshit:

MS. MARVEL #6
G. WILLOW WILSON (W) • Jacob Wyatt (A)
Cover by Jamie McKelvie

This is awesome and hilarious.

(Source: vincentowo)

court-records-net:

"Mr. Wright.  I’m certain I’ll be of use!"

Here’s our first look at Ryuunosuke’s assistant, Mikotoba Susato! As we mentioned in the last post, she’s a judicial assistant; according to Takumi, she also loves foreign mystery novels and is a forward-thinking dreamer.

squigglydigg:

catbountry:

cteranodon:

freakinasheet:

Every localized Ace Attorney changes the setting from Japan to America and it gets funnier with every game since they get more and more Japanese and the new one is set in 19th century Japanimage

EAT YOUR HAMBURGERS, RYUUNOSUKE

Ah, yes, the Meiji era of our great state of California, when the shoguns and emperor were contesting the territory of Los Angeles.

The localization team may have dug themselves into a pretty big hole here.

Or they’ll just BS it and say Nick has Japanese ancestors.

Given the very clearly heavily japanese population in Ace Attorney’s version of California, it wouldn’t be a stretch.

I really, really hope they still try to pretend it’s in California though.

(Source: royai-resource)

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