Liu Maochan - a Chinese painter with a touch of French impressionism à la Monmartre. Gorgeous.
In today’s thrilling episode of Guess What I Read And Who Are My Favourites.
what is snoop dogg even doing with his life
uhm excuse u bitch, u mean snoop LION
no he went back to snoop dogg after realizing he hated being rastafarian because his hat was itchy
“Because I’ve seen blue skies, through the tears in my eyes. And I realize, I’m going home” - The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) (X)
Casting a fire ant colony with molten aluminum
Not saying that killing ants just because it’s cool. But hey.
I’ve seen this post and the original video before.
That ant colony belongs to an invasive species of fire ant (called Red Imported Fire Ants or RIFAs) which cause more harm to the local environment than good. Researchers are experimenting with extremely high temperatures as a means to dispose of invasive insect species and, just so you know, molten aluminum is VERY HOT.
Not saying this is the best way to do it, but these folks are doing a service for the local environment and they got a beautiful piece of art for their efforts.
It’s also good for Science because we get to see what the inside of a fire ant nest look like. That’s really cool.
Thats pretty metal.
It’s literally pretty metal.
let’s face it - you’re either a dick person or a cock person, and it’s pretty unbearable to read a fanfic with the wrong expletive describing a penis
In honor of Batman Day, here are a few silly Dark Knight comics I drew in 2012.
Happy Batman day, ya’ll. Here’s my RDHW Dark Knight Rises comic strip trilogy from 2012.
Which monster wreaks havoc on your state?
I went from the land of the Poop Monster to the Cardiff Giant, an improvement I think.
Wait, WI has the Beast of Bray Road!? I have not heard of this! I thought ours was the Hodag!
While Rhinelander’s Hodag is more famous than the Beast of Bray Road, the Hodag was known to be a hoax almost immediately (and the legend stuck around because it was fun). The Beast of Bray Road (Wisconsin’s Werewolf) has remained an unresolved legend.
I only just now learned what the Beast of Busco was.
It was a snapping turtle.
We are not a clever people.
My favorite Indiana cryptid is the Crawfordsville Monster… which turned out to be a flock of birds.
We are a simple people with simple fears.
Side note: I need to write that into a thing.