No names or pictures of me here. (Heck! I won't even tell you my gender!) I like it that way. I like the fact that we're just complete strangers rather than getting to know you lot then just leave you. I believe that everyone will eventually leave you. So before they leave me, I'll leave them first. This is just another blog of whatever. So just get on with your life. (Some NSFW contents available)

 

giraffepoliceforce:

"You can’t just change the race of cultural icons like Captain America! It’s an important part of their identity and message!"

Jesus: Ah yes.

Jesus: Can’t imagine who would do that.

Jesus: What a shame.

Anonymous asked
But... Human are superior to a lot of other animals? Like some rodents evolved without a part of the digestive system and do not efficiently process food. So humans have superior digestive systems. Most humans are definitely superior in intelligence to almost all animals. Call it speciesism, but that doesn't make it less true. Why pretend otherwise? I guess because there are still some people less intelligent than some animals.

st00pid-vegunz:

Excuse me. Did you know humans can’t fly on our own? We also can’t navigate the oceans with instinct, or walk 80km a day based on the path our ancestors took. We can’t breathe underwater. Hey, speaking of digestive systems (here’s a handy fucking tip - how you digest food doesn’t make you superior) - did you know that all carnivorous animals digest flesh better than us? In fact most omnivorous animals do. So I guess that makes us inferior to like at least 15% of the animals on the planet then. You know beavers can hold their breath for 45 minutes? Did you know that orcas have an extra part of their brain than humans? Did you know crocodiles can go without food for 2 years? Hey, did you know cockroaches can live without their head for a few weeks? What exactly do you think makes someone superior to someone else?

You do not get to decide what makes someone superior and what doesn’t. And you do not get to take someone’s rights away based on what YOU think they are capable of. Do you think the same about disabled? Children? The elderly?

You can not do everything that animals can do. You can not do everything that humans have been able to do, either. You’re basing your superiority off standards set by HUMANS. I would like to see you live the lifestyle of a marine animal, a bird, a wolf, a giraffe, a fucking rat. And even if they do not fit your definition of “intelligent”, that gives you no right to  murder, rape, torture, abuse, enslave and oppress them. They are capable of thought, they are conscious and aware, they are able to experience emotions and they are 100% CAPABLE OF FEELING PAIN. THAT is what should decide whether or not someone is equal to you. Not their fucking digestive system.

punkset:

willow-shaman:

goddess-of-moss:

psychedelicatessenn:

smoke-thc-drop-lsd:

kind of what its like to be on acid

holy shit

mmmm moving earth

The reason why things look like this on LSD is because you are processing light and information a 100x faster than “normal”.

Fuck yes

punkset:

willow-shaman:

goddess-of-moss:

psychedelicatessenn:

smoke-thc-drop-lsd:

kind of what its like to be on acid

holy shit

mmmm moving earth

The reason why things look like this on LSD is because you are processing light and information a 100x faster than “normal”.

Fuck yes

(Source: m0od)

forevercryingbecausemerlin:

azirae:

fruitfever:

azirae:

ANIMATION TEST. Six seconds of octopus (photoshop)

i wonder how long that took to make?

About 3 hours

it’s so pRETTY

forevercryingbecausemerlin:

azirae:

fruitfever:

azirae:

ANIMATION TEST. Six seconds of octopus (photoshop)

i wonder how long that took to make?

About 3 hours

it’s so pRETTY

sixpenceee:

According to a study in the journal Animal Cognition, chimpanzee’s do something that seems altogether arbitrary: ear accoutrements.

“Our observation is quite unique in the sense that nothing seems to be communicated by it,” says study author Edwin van Leeuwen, a primate expert at the Max Planck Institute in The Netherlands.

To figure out if this was really a tradition, and not just chimpanzees sticking grass in their ears at random, van Leeuwen and his colleagues spent a year observing four chimp groups in Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage Trust, a sanctuary in Zambia.

There’s no genetic or ecological factors, the scientists believe, that would account for this behavior — only culture.

Chimpanzees putting grass in their ears is like us wearing earrings. 

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