vardoeger:

dinosaursandotherawesomestuff:

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ALL APPRENTICESHIP NO PLAY MAKES CHRIS A DULL BOY

I swear that was my reaction when I saw all those messages. I wasn’t sure if I should open up any of them in case something bad were to happen.

Realistically though I think their system has become self aware and is now spamming people’s inboxes at a geometric rate. How long will it be before the system itself applies for an apprenticeship?

Are you sure it hasn’t already?

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To be fair, all it probably wants is to just live.

ALL APPRENTICESHIP NO PLAY MAKES CHRIS A DULL BOY

I swear that was my reaction when I saw all those messages. I wasn’t sure if I should open up any of them in case something bad were to happen.

Realistically though I think their system has become self aware and is now spamming people’s inboxes at a geometric rate. How long will it be before the system itself applies for an apprenticeship?

annafitz:

Couple of inky doodles done today for ya.

1st one is for InkTober, which runs this month. A challenge wherein one draws something in ink each day of the month. I’m hoping it’ll give my skillz a lil boost. It was pretty difficult using a paintbrush with my awful shaky hands >_< Hopefully I’ll improve over the coming month!

Second pic is Judge Anderson is for Day of Dredd, which is today. Great film that.

astronomy-to-zoology:

Black Bittern (Ixobrychus flavicollis)
…a species of Ixobrychus bittern (a secretive group of herons) which breeds in tropical Asia, ranging from Bangladesh, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka east to China, Indonesia, and Australia. Like other bitterns in the genus Ixobrychus black bitterns are typically seen in reed beds where they will sulk undtectable through the reeds, feeding frogs, fish, crustaceans and insects which are caught in typical heron fashion (spearing them with their bill)
Classification
Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Pelecaniformes-Ardeidae-Ixobrychus-I. flavicollis
Image: Nabarunsadhya

astronomy-to-zoology:

Black Bittern (Ixobrychus flavicollis)

…a species of Ixobrychus bittern (a secretive group of herons) which breeds in tropical Asia, ranging from Bangladesh, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka east to China, Indonesia, and Australia. Like other bitterns in the genus Ixobrychus black bitterns are typically seen in reed beds where they will sulk undtectable through the reeds, feeding frogs, fish, crustaceans and insects which are caught in typical heron fashion (spearing them with their bill)

Classification

Animalia-Chordata-Aves-Pelecaniformes-Ardeidae-Ixobrychus-I. flavicollis

Image: Nabarunsadhya