Miley: “Dad I have something for Tanners bug collection”

my uncle: “that’s great”

Miley: “it’s a bird”

my uncle: “no its not”

-chirping noise-


They let it go and it flew away just fine, so we’re wondering how she caught it.


she caught another bird.


update: she caught a squirrel today


She is gonna rule the world one day with this power

She looks about the age to be a pokemon master.

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Presented on our tumblr Tavo Montañez illustrator fromAguascalientes, Mexico, still creates artworks that are worth seeing.


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so very excited about this. 

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Tank Girl by Romina Moranelli


Tank Girl by Romina Moranelli



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Just jumping in here because this is one of my favorite things to research in my spare time. c:

From everything I’ve studied, there are at least ten different versions of the Hierarchy, at least in Medieval theology. And some of the groups in each sphere have various names (such as Thrones also being called Ophanim), and there are a few groups that only appear in certain manuscripts and never again (such as Aeons and Hosts in the 1st Century Apostolic Constitutions). A few manuscripts only list seven ranks, and others invert the order of angels completely.

That’s not even looking at the Jewish angelic hierarchy, which is completely different and comprised of ten (I think?) separate ranks of angels. Although I don’t know much on this other than a passing glance; I am not Jewish nor have I studied Judaism in depth.

I can’t speak on what is being taught in Christian groups now, as my family was never that religious. But just like all parts of religion, the Angelic Hierarchy contradicts itself depending on who you reference from, but it seems the above is the commonly accepted order.

I have also seen referenced two different classes of Archangels. One is capitalized and refers to Michael, Gabriel, etc, or those angels who have authority over all angels (which is a whole other matter: some sources refer to four Archangels, some refer to seven, the New Testament only refers to Michael and Gabriel, it all gets very confusing). And the second group is lowercase and simply refers to the 8th angelic rank.

I’ve also seen Satan referred to as belonging to different spheres. Ephesians 6:12 could be interpreted as Satan belonging to Powers, but Thomas Aquinas claims he was a Cherub. Lucifer is generally considered an Archangel (capitalized) or a Seraph, I think, but don’t quote me on that as it is also my UPG (whether or not you consider Satan and Lucifer the same is your own UPG and whole different story entirely, I don’t yet know where I stand on that matter).

But for all I know I could have everything backwards on this, I am not a scholarly source on angels. I just enjoy studying them.

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If we can’t write diversity into sci-fi, then what’s the point? You don’t create new worlds to give them all the same limits of the old ones. Jane Espenson (via pagelan)

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Elspeth Tirel, the Knight Planeswalker.Have I ever commented how I have a weakness for women in armor? and I’m talking about actual functional, meant to protect rather than showcase.


Elspeth Tirel, the Knight Planeswalker.
Have I ever commented how I have a weakness for women in armor? and I’m talking about actual functional, meant to protect rather than showcase.

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My home address; my date of birth;
My present, pinpoint-place on earth;
My hopes; my dreams; my means; my mood;
My secret thoughts; my breakfast food.
My politics; my friendships feigned;
My pointed comments, unexplained.
My ‘shares’; my ‘likes’; my ‘selfies’ too;
My thirty-thousand friends to view.
My contemplative thoughts forlorn;
My endless pics of cherished spawn.
My job, my home, my school, my age -
My fucking life… my Facebook page.
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