Gothallica:Noir

Gothallica:Noir What thoughts, lingers within those furrowed brows

doctorwho:

I can’t tell the future. I just work there.

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doctorwho:

I can’t tell the future. I just work there.

(Source: -everdeen)

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doctorwho:

“Look at the sky. It’s not dark and black and without character. The black is, in fact deep blue. And over there: lighter blue and blowing through the blues and blackness the winds swirling through the air and then shining, burning, bursting through: the stars! And you see how they roar their light. Everywhere we look, the complex magic of nature blazes before our eyes.”

Doctor Who Series 5: Vincent and The Doctor


One of my favourite episodes of all time… though it made almost no sense whatsoever…

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anchordivision:

Always my favorite and relaxing time. trims.

Wish we had one of these in Malaysia

(Source: kirilldekada)

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooowcfoodies:

latimes:

Bad news for bacon lovers
Stow away that bacon and toss out your hot dogs - there’s a new study linking processed meat consumption and premature death, specifically at the hands of cardiovascular disease and cancer.
From Sabine Rohrmann of the University of Zurich:

“Overall, we estimate that 3% of premature deaths each year could be prevented if people ate less than 20 grams processed meat per day.”

Just to put those 20 grams in perspective, your average hot dog contains 50 to 70 grams depending on the brand. Yikes.
Read more on the study via Booster Shots.
Photo: Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images

Processed meat is bad for you? YOU DON’T SAY.

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Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo


wcfoodies
:

latimes:

Bad news for bacon lovers

Stow away that bacon and toss out your hot dogs - there’s a new study linking processed meat consumption and premature death, specifically at the hands of cardiovascular disease and cancer.

From Sabine Rohrmann of the University of Zurich:

“Overall, we estimate that 3% of premature deaths each year could be prevented if people ate less than 20 grams processed meat per day.”

Just to put those 20 grams in perspective, your average hot dog contains 50 to 70 grams depending on the brand. Yikes.

Read more on the study via Booster Shots.

Photo: Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images

Processed meat is bad for you? YOU DON’T SAY.

One day…. dapprly:

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One day….

dapprly
:



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(Source: bringmeknitting)

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Thought of refraining myself from reposting this, but she is just the cutest Dalek EVER…!!! Other than Oswin Oswald of course

madehimsaycomfychairs:

anthropologylove:

nudityandnerdery:

feigenbaumsworld:

Dalek Princess by ~brienicole

And she’s holding the beater from an electric mixer. That is too adorable.

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MY. FUTURE. KIDS.

An alternate version of Simon Dewey’s Jesus Calming the StormA simple illustration request from a friend who requested Jesus to be drawn in our Sabah ethnic context.What if Jesus was Bajau…Jesus Calms the Storm 35 As evening came, Jesus said to his disciples, “Let’s cross to the other side of the lake.” 36 So they took Jesus in the boat and started out, leaving the crowds behind (although other boats followed). 37 But soon a fierce storm came up. High waves were breaking into the boat, and it began to fill with water.38 Jesus was sleeping at the back of the boat with his head on a cushion. The disciples woke him up, shouting, “Teacher, don’t you care that we’re going to drown?”39 When Jesus woke up, he rebuked the wind and said to the waves, “Silence! Be still!” Suddenly the wind stopped, and there was a great calm. 40 Then he asked them, “Why are you afraid? Do you still have no faith?”41 The disciples were absolutely terrified. “Who is this man?” they asked each other. “Even the wind and waves obey him!”

An alternate version of Simon Dewey’s Jesus Calming the Storm

A simple illustration request from a friend who requested Jesus to be drawn in our Sabah ethnic context.

What if Jesus was Bajau…


Jesus Calms the Storm

35 As evening came, Jesus said to his disciples, “Let’s cross to the other side of the lake.” 36 So they took Jesus in the boat and started out, leaving the crowds behind (although other boats followed). 37 But soon a fierce storm came up. High waves were breaking into the boat, and it began to fill with water.
38 Jesus was sleeping at the back of the boat with his head on a cushion. The disciples woke him up, shouting, “Teacher, don’t you care that we’re going to drown?”
39 When Jesus woke up, he rebuked the wind and said to the waves, “Silence! Be still!” Suddenly the wind stopped, and there was a great calm. 40 Then he asked them, “Why are you afraid? Do you still have no faith?”
41 The disciples were absolutely terrified. “Who is this man?” they asked each other. “Even the wind and waves obey him!”


An Inerrantist’s Defence (in 250 words) | Blog | Theology Matters | Newfrontiers UK

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Sad departure of my favourite Doctor Who companions… A different unshot ending, but it does answer a few questions…

doctorwho:

Doctor Who: P.S. (The epilogue from ‘The Angels Take Manhattan’ that was never shot)

Find out what happened to Rory’s dad and the Ponds in this scene written by Chris Chibnall and narrated by Arthur Darvill.

Because somebody’s got to water the plants.

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