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I’ve been writing some short stories. If you want to read any, let me know.

bloodpact2:

he’s so great.. didn’t know about the book, got to grab it

bloodpact2:

he’s so great.. didn’t know about the book, got to grab it

rollership:

State of Idaho plans to poison up to 4,000 Common Ravens.
Justification: Ravens prey on the eggs of the imperiled Greater Sage-Grouse. Yet of 19 reasons for the grouse’s declining numbers, predation by other wildlife comes in at #12. Providing protected areas and requiring sustainable land management are the most important ways to conserve the grouse, not killing avian predators. 
Join petition by Golden Eagle Audubon Society: Sign the petition here.

rollership:

State of Idaho plans to poison up to 4,000 Common Ravens.

Justification: Ravens prey on the eggs of the imperiled Greater Sage-Grouse. Yet of 19 reasons for the grouse’s declining numbers, predation by other wildlife comes in at #12. Providing protected areas and requiring sustainable land management are the most important ways to conserve the grouse, not killing avian predators.

Join petition by Golden Eagle Audubon Society:

Sign the petition here.

(Source: rhamphotheca)

70sscifiart:

From an entertaining interview of Ian Miller over at Sci-Fi-O-Rama. Check it out for Miller’s thoughts on his upcoming art collection The Art of Ian Miller and on the various series he’s illustrated — out of Tolkien, Bradbury, and Lovecraft, Miller enjoys Mervyn Peake’s Gormenghast trilogy the most. I have to admit, it does fit his sense of style.

Check out the interview, and then buy the book.

bloodpact2:

don’t fuck with D.C. punks

Those Golden Girls paintings rule

Angkor is one of the most important and the greatest archaeological sites in the world. This by the way the world’s largest (400 square kilometers) temple complex (almost a 1000 temples) was between IX and XV century the capital of the Khmer Empire. Probably, in the eleventh century, numbering one million inhabitants of Angkor was the largest city in the contemporary world.

(Source: spontantrip)