I plan to mostly (doesn't mean I will by any means) post any news, sprite work and sample images/videos for Federation.wad, a modification for Doom using the Skulltag Port. Current members working on the project consist of Avi (MyselfAgain), Berg (Medicris), and myself, Minesae.

 

The kid needed new pants because his pants had holes, but they couldn’t afford new ones. The dad ruined his own to fix his kids, but some judgmental people just think it’s too funny.
I think this is so nice of the father, poverty is no joke. The world needs more selfless people.

The kid needed new pants because his pants had holes, but they couldn’t afford new ones. The dad ruined his own to fix his kids, but some judgmental people just think it’s too funny.

I think this is so nice of the father, poverty is no joke. The world needs more selfless people.

adorablesnakes:

Firefighter who rescued 6-foot python*: ‘I would do it for any creature’
"It wasn’t something any of the Muskegon firefighters were anxious to do when their boss asked them to rescue a huge python from a burning Muskegon home Sunday evening, March 30.
But Firefighter Scott Hemmelsbach, who had experience handling the reptiles, reluctantly agreed to go into the two-story, smoke-filled house on Catherine Street and rescue the 6-foot python from its terrarium.
…

“It was trying to crawl up the side of his terrarium and get out. His face was pushed up on the screen and trying to get out. There was a lot of smoke and he was trapped,” Hemmelsbach said. 
“I removed the screen off the top and knew to approach it by coming up behind his head. He became very active, and I was glad because that meant that he was OK.”
..
“With my left hand, I secured his head and then I just scooped him up with my right arm and cradled him in my chest and took him over to Canteen 450 where there was a very happy reunion,” he said. “I would do it for any creature. I’m just glad it had a happy ending.”

*this was not a python, but a Boa Constrictor

adorablesnakes:

Firefighter who rescued 6-foot python*: ‘I would do it for any creature’

"It wasn’t something any of the Muskegon firefighters were anxious to do when their boss asked them to rescue a huge python from a burning Muskegon home Sunday evening, March 30.

But Firefighter Scott Hemmelsbach, who had experience handling the reptiles, reluctantly agreed to go into the two-story, smoke-filled house on Catherine Street and rescue the 6-foot python from its terrarium.

“It was trying to crawl up the side of his terrarium and get out. His face was pushed up on the screen and trying to get out. There was a lot of smoke and he was trapped,” Hemmelsbach said. 

“I removed the screen off the top and knew to approach it by coming up behind his head. He became very active, and I was glad because that meant that he was OK.”

..

“With my left hand, I secured his head and then I just scooped him up with my right arm and cradled him in my chest and took him over to Canteen 450 where there was a very happy reunion,” he said. “I would do it for any creature. I’m just glad it had a happy ending.”

*this was not a python, but a Boa Constrictor

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ughexcuseme:

Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” sang in 20 different styles

  • 0.00 - Katy Perry
  • 0:08 - Nirvana
  • 0:15 - Queen
  • 0:22 - Michael Jackson
  • 0:30 - ‘N Sync
  • 0:43 - Iron Maiden
  • 0:57 - Jamiroquai
  • 1:07 - Pantera
  • 1:13 - Frank Sinatra
  • 1:29 - Metallica
  • 1:35 - Pavarotti
  • 1:43 - The Doors
  • 2:00 - Run D.M.C
  • 2:08 - Tech N9ne
  • 2:16 - Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • 2:21 - Slipknot
  • 2:26 - Louis Prima
  • 2:32 - Boyz II Men
  • 2:51 - Type 0 Negative
  • 3:14 - John Mayer

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faith666lehane:

wunderscheisse:

In recent years, biologists have recognized that birds engage in play. Juvenile Common Ravens are among the most playful of bird species. They have been observed to slide down snowbanks, apparently purely for fun. They even engage in games with other species, such as playing catch-me-if-you-can with wolves, otters and dogs.[77] Common Ravens are known for spectacular aerobatic displays, such as flying in loops or interlocking talons with each other in flight.[78][79]

They are also one of only a few wild animals who make their own toys. They have been observed breaking off twigs to play with socially.[80]

this is so precious omg

the best creatures ever. 

always reblog playful ravens in snow