sciance-summer:

Colorful Skeleton

youcanfuckingbiteme:

Playing a Bethesda game like

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    me: has 800 ocs
    me: focuses all attention on 2


mostlycatsmostly:

From jennylearnstofight -

The Sacramento County, California shelter is holding its annual Kitty Palooza this weekend. I’m not connected with them, but I adopted one of my cats from them and they do a great job. I visited two of their shelters, and they were clean and well-kept, with very nice volunteers and great animals. I’d really love to give them a signal boost.

I also adopted a kitty from this shelter. Best kitty ever. In memory of Mickey, signal boost KittyPalooza!



livdibernardo:

Actual picture of me waiting for you to care about me

livdibernardo:

Actual picture of me waiting for you to care about me


stewmire85:

The remains of England’s most infamous monarch, Richard III, who died as he lived, by the sword, at the Battle of Bosworth (1485), which effectively ended the bloody War of the Roses, which had begun some 30 years earlier and taken the lives of England’s finest in England’s deadliest and, in some cases, most cruel battles.
Richard, however, was not notorious for being part of the House of York, which may be said to have repaid the cruelty of Margaret of Anjou but likely would have abided by the standards of the time were it not for her ferocity.
Rather, Richard was a usurper who was supposed to be the Protector of his brother’s son, Edward V, and his younger brother, Richard of Shrewsbury, aged 12 and 9, respectively, who were instead imprisoned in the Tower of London and suffocated on Richard’s orders- they being the lamented “Princes in the Tower” of doleful renown.

stewmire85:

The remains of England’s most infamous monarch, Richard III, who died as he lived, by the sword, at the Battle of Bosworth (1485), which effectively ended the bloody War of the Roses, which had begun some 30 years earlier and taken the lives of England’s finest in England’s deadliest and, in some cases, most cruel battles.

Richard, however, was not notorious for being part of the House of York, which may be said to have repaid the cruelty of Margaret of Anjou but likely would have abided by the standards of the time were it not for her ferocity.

Rather, Richard was a usurper who was supposed to be the Protector of his brother’s son, Edward V, and his younger brother, Richard of Shrewsbury, aged 12 and 9, respectively, who were instead imprisoned in the Tower of London and suffocated on Richard’s orders- they being the lamented “Princes in the Tower” of doleful renown.