Stuff & Things

thefrogman:

Biddy is a 2-year old male African Pygmy hedgehog who goes on amazing adventures with the help of his people parents Thomas and Toni. 

[instagram] [h/t: wonderous-world]

I don’t even know what is happening right now.

I don’t even know what is happening right now.

brain-food:

Gender switch by Sakimi Chan 

These are always fantastic.

outofcontextdnd:

"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder- oh wait, that’s laser beams"

lollipopclouds:

novangla:

disney-licious:

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I love love that these are dark without being like ~twisted~ ~evil~ whatever portrayals.  Like, these are all straight-up moments from their stories but they’re haunting and sinister and wonderful.

Love these

leonardwashopeful:

zaerion:

leonardwashopeful:

ultrafacts:

10 Studying/homework Tips!

More facts on Ultrafacts!

  1. "It’s just as effective as reading everything"??  LIES!  You’re going to miss relevant and important information that way.
  2. Here’s why the “note card trick” works:  because it has been scientifically proven that you remember information better when you write it down in some fashion.  It’s called muscle memory.  This is why you should annotate when you read the first time around; perhaps you won’t need the note card for last-minute cram sessions.  Read Dr. Mortimer Adler’s very brief essay on “How to Mark a Book” for more information on the topic and for some helpful tips.
  3. Speaking of annotating, start doing it NOW.  You will not succeed in college if you do not annotate.

Tips from your friendly neighborhood college professor.

And that “math trick”? Bullshit. 26/65 is indeed the same as 2/5, but 36/65 is NOT the same as 3/5.

So maybe, just maybe, we should do the actual work and not rely on “tips,” “tricks,” or other things we find on the Interwebs — is that what you’re saying, zaerion??  Mind.  Blown.

Yeah. It’s weird, but I think studying actually works better than learning a trick.

wesschneider:

Major thanks to everyone sharing the links to the Pathfinder RPG’s free, online hardcovers!

Whether you play Pathfinder using a shiny hardcover tome, a sleek PDF, or the always accessible Pathfinder Reference Document, we’ve tried to assure that folks can enjoy the Pathfinder RPG regardless of their financial situation. What’s most important is that gamers have the opportunity to play, share their creativity, and have amazing adventures with friends new and old.

So, if you missed them, click below for chapter-by-chapter links to the following books. Or check out the Pathfinder Reference Document for the rules content from all of Paizo’s major rules tomes.

Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook

Pathfinder RPG Bestiary

Pathfinder RPG GameMastery Guide

Pathfinder RPG Advanced Player’s Guide

Pathfinder RPG: Ultimate Magic

Pathfinder RPG: Ultimate Combat

Pathfinder RPG: Ultimate Equipment

Pathfinder RPG: Ultimate Campaign

Also, since no one seems to be tired of these yet, I’ve just posted links to some of our more recent hard covers—like last summer’s major release, Mythic Adventures. So be sure to take a look and share them as well.

Thanks again for checking out the Pathfinder RPG, for playing, and most of all for sharing all your fantastic stories!

~W

Paizo… I love you.

themightyglamazon:

princessesfanarts:

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I like these

I want these

silvermoon424:

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Hey, guys, here’s a list of the major websites that were impacted by the Heartbleed bug and what their current status is (this was created only a few hours ago so it’s up-to-date). Thankfully, the most important site of all (meaning, the site that would really fuck you over if it was hacked into), PayPal, was never vulnerable in the first place, so if you use PayPal, your credit card and bank account information has always been safe.