the cobwebs of my mind

briannacherrygarcia:

popculturebrain:

Set Photos: ‘Jurassic World' | EW

hellbugs:

purplegloved:

Happy Anniversary to Bering & Wells - April 23, 2010

(Not to mention St. George’s Day)

hellbugs:

purplegloved:

Happy Anniversary to Bering & Wells - April 23, 2010

(Not to mention St. George’s Day)

We may not be able to save the warehouse, but you can be damn well sure we’ll avenge it.
Fan fic writers about the precious warehouse bbs, and the ever destined Bering and Wells (via ohsoblackandwhite)
kendralynora:

just because people seem to be confused and not understand that bering and wells has nothing to do with my lack of supporting canon Pyka; it’s not Pyka vs Bering and Wells in this fandom.

kendralynora:

just because people seem to be confused and not understand that bering and wells has nothing to do with my lack of supporting canon Pyka; it’s not Pyka vs Bering and Wells in this fandom.

theheartspeaksloudest:

That Killer Smile.

lauryn: your boss just needs to be kicked in the balls.
lauryn's mom: she doesn't have balls.
me: she is such a hoe that she needs to have balls put on her to be kicked in.
lauryn: it's called a taco crunch. You get a running start...
Do you have any country stickers, like Alaska or Canada?
a customer I had to deal with today
madddkip:

Cherry blossom trees at UW

madddkip:

Cherry blossom trees at UW

did-you-kno:

Source
carpr0n:

Starring: Maserati Granturismo S
 (by Alexandre Prévot)

carpr0n:

Starring: Maserati Granturismo S
(by Alexandre Prévot)

palaeopedia:

The Fruita tooth, Fruitadens (2010)
Phylum : Chordata Class : ReptiliaOrder : OrnithischiaFamily : HeterodontosauridaeGenus : FruitadensSpecies : F. haagarorum
Late Jurassic (154,7 - 147,7 Ma)
75 cm long and 0,75 kg (size)
Morrison formation, USA (map)
It happens more often than you think, but the fossil specimens of Fruitadens languished for over two decades in museum drawers before being meticulously examined by paleontologists. What they found made headlines worldwide: a tiny (one or two pounds max), late Jurassic dinosaur that probably fed opportunistically on bugs, plants, and any small critters that happened across its path. Fruitadens has proven difficult to classify; it has now been pegged as an ornithopod, and is believed to have been a close (albeit much smaller) relative of Heterodontosaurus. By the way, the name Fruitadens is often mistakenly translated as “fruit tooth,” but this wee dinosaur was actually named after the Fruita fossil region of Colorado, where its bones were excavated.

palaeopedia:

The Fruita tooth, Fruitadens (2010)

Phylum : Chordata
 Class : Reptilia
Order : Ornithischia
Family : Heterodontosauridae
Genus : Fruitadens
Species : F. haagarorum

  • Late Jurassic (154,7 - 147,7 Ma)
  • 75 cm long and 0,75 kg (size)
  • Morrison formation, USA (map)

It happens more often than you think, but the fossil specimens of Fruitadens languished for over two decades in museum drawers before being meticulously examined by paleontologists. What they found made headlines worldwide: a tiny (one or two pounds max), late Jurassic dinosaur that probably fed opportunistically on bugs, plants, and any small critters that happened across its path. Fruitadens has proven difficult to classify; it has now been pegged as an ornithopod, and is believed to have been a close (albeit much smaller) relative of Heterodontosaurus. By the way, the name Fruitadens is often mistakenly translated as “fruit tooth,” but this wee dinosaur was actually named after the Fruita fossil region of Colorado, where its bones were excavated.