esotericworld:

$145.81 on Amazon
This book was published in 1976 and uses cataloguedNASA photos, transcribed NASA conversations, publicNASA documents and interviews with scientists topresent the theory that the moon is or was inhabitedby alien life.
Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIW2cLOgMl8&feature=related

esotericworld:

$145.81 on Amazon

This book was published in 1976 and uses catalogued
NASA photos, transcribed NASA conversations, public
NASA documents and interviews with scientists to
present the theory that the moon is or was inhabited
by alien life.

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIW2cLOgMl8&feature=related

"You did good, Blue. Give me a call in five years."

briannedrouhard:

Some old Scott and Barda sketches from a couple of years ago.  For fun when I was bored.

These were drawn on a giant post-it paper pad!

dragoons-honor:

armoredtier:

Resident Evil 4 (2005)

i swear this part of the game was one of the most stressful things of my childhood.. 

sixpenceee:

Like I always say, the real horror in life isn’t monsters, demons or ghosts but us, humans and what we are capable of

Here’s the original video

newyorksjojo:

luce-felice:

Blossom was all about the do-good, American Heroes.

Buttercup loved the edgy heroes with dark pasts and complex morals.

Bubbles knew Japanese well enough to read and understand comic books from Japan intended for her age group. That’s actually very impressive, but then again, this is the girl who can speak squirrel.

I think you mean “Bubbles was a fucking weeb”

ronsalas:

Drew this after the atrocity that was the Spirit movie. #tbt

ronsalas:

Drew this after the atrocity that was the Spirit movie. #tbt

fckyeahhplovecraft:

Illustrations by Ellen Datlow

browsethestacks:

Calvin And Hobbes by Sean Gordon Murphy

browsethestacks:

Calvin And Hobbes by Sean Gordon Murphy

emmafrosticle:

The truth of life is that every year we get farther away from the essence that is born within us. We get shouldered with burdens. Things happen to us. Loved ones die. People lose their way, for one reason or another. It’s not hard to do- Robert McCammon