One More Random Thought...
ven0moth:

THIS IS THE FUNNIEST PICTURE IVE EVER TAKEN IN MY ENTIRE LIFE

ven0moth:

THIS IS THE FUNNIEST PICTURE IVE EVER TAKEN IN MY ENTIRE LIFE

tvandcomplaints:

doctor who rewatch → 1x12

This scene gets sadder with every viewing…. one day it will kill me.

My head canon has always believed he knew.

tvandcomplaints:

This is from a couple of years ago, but I’m still fond of it, so here it is again.

:)

tvandcomplaints:

This is from a couple of years ago, but I’m still fond of it, so here it is again.

:)

maggieconnelly:

sardonicus69 said: How do you feel about using stuff like Advantage, etc. I just don’t trust it. I lost Patton to bladder cancer earlier this year and I did some research on how insecticides, weed killers and some flea topicals could cause it.Have you heard anything?

I’m so sorry to hear about Patton!

I have mixed feelings about it, to be honest. It’s hard to find quality information about dog medication/nutrition since the pro side seems to be mostly drug/food companies and the con seems to be mostly sketchy homeopath bloggers. I’m the kind of person that likes to see solid scientific evidence and peer reviewed studies and this is just not something that is easy to find when it comes to pet health. That being said, I do use Frontline Plus on my dog for most of the year since we’re frequently in tick saturated areas and we’ve been seeing a TON of dogs with tick-borne diseased at my work. It seems like frontline is a safer bet for flea/tick preventative than advantix and I’ve heard revolution is pretty safe but I saw a cat have an adverse reaction to it and she had horrible neurologic symptoms so I’m more than a little dubious about it (also it’s only effective against american dog ticks so the cost/benefit analysis there isn’t real favorable). Then again, there are also concerns about frontline losing its efficacy against fleas and ticks and we had one dog at work get lyme and his owner used frontline year round, so there’s that to consider, too (although the tick on Abby was dead by the time I found it so it, apparently, does work at least sometimes). Basically I am a big ball of mixed feelings about it and wish I had access to better information. Currently my standpoint is slightly more in favor of using a flea/tick preventative than against but I don’t feel particularly good about that decision and would stop using frontline if a safer yet effective was presented to me (and substantiated by adequate evidence/trials).

Thanks.  I have mixed feelings as well.  I can’t help but think I had a lot to do with Patton’s illness since I used fertilizer and weed killer in the backyard.  Since he was diagnosed 2 years ago, I stopped using anything on my lawn since.  I came across some articles that claimed Advantix, etc. might to be blame as well but they were of the homeopathic variety.  Patton went through chemo treatments and lived far beyond what he was initially given but I’ve become a very suspicious and protective mom.  I know I can’t control every variable but I do want to be as informed as possible.

I’m sick and Piper has no problem commiserating with me.

I’m sick and Piper has no problem commiserating with me.

septamordane1:

When things go crazy because of pie

critter-of-habit:

Queen Margaery - breaker of awkward moments.

Doctor Who meme → [3/5] OTPs
↳ Rose Tyler and the 9th Doctor

lou-bot:

A bit late to post this. Just wanted to say my heart grew 10x when The Hound said “Fuck the King” and they had the close up of Arya’s smirk.

lou-bot:

A bit late to post this. Just wanted to say my heart grew 10x when The Hound said “Fuck the King” and they had the close up of Arya’s smirk.

Two scenes with Christopher Eccleston from “The Leftovers”.  Clergy baptism and Shirtless on fire.  :P 

From : here

tvandcomplaints:

This one has got a couple of snippets from at least two CE scenes.

and no math lesson this week…