Stuff My Ex-Girlfriend Likes

Sometimes I find internet stuff I think Stefaroo will like.

Rather than put it all in my main tumblelog, or send her multiple emails a day, I'll be posting that stuff here.

Maybe you'll like it, too.
datn:

Portland road sgn stickers are the best (at Russell Street BBQ)

datn:

Portland road sgn stickers are the best (at Russell Street BBQ)

teachmehowtoglovie:

florafaunagifs:

Ocean Wonders: Encountering Sea Monsters

-Rawrgh I’m a kraken I’m gonna fuck up this shi- What the devil!? What’s this invisible forcefield shit?
-Oh its got an opening
-HERE I COME MOTHERFUCKERS FEEL MY TENTACLY WRATH

(via discountliquor)

geekygothgirl:

bluedogeyes:

Manatee Avengers by Joel Micah Harris

Ahhhh, this is so cuuuuute!

(via wilwheaton)

(Source: its-fucking-magic, via catsof)

(Source: colenoapparel, via wilwheaton)

lostateminor:

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These newly-born Caribbean pygmy octopi are as small as a pencil eraser

These Caribbean pygmy octopi larvae (adorably known as babies) just recently hatched at the Aquarium at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Florida. As you can see in the photos, these little cuties are dwarfed by a pencil eraser and a penny. When fully matured, they grow to just the size of a silver dollar.
According to the laboratory staff, the mother octopus came to them just before giving birth. The hatchlings are bron intact and can immediately hunt right after birth (talk about fast learners). Though because of their size, they usually use hide-and-seek as a tactic against predators.

lostateminor:

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These newly-born Caribbean pygmy octopi are as small as a pencil eraser

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These Caribbean pygmy octopi larvae (adorably known as babies) just recently hatched at the Aquarium at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Florida. As you can see in the photos, these little cuties are dwarfed by a pencil eraser and a penny. When fully matured, they grow to just the size of a silver dollar.

According to the laboratory staff, the mother octopus came to them just before giving birth. The hatchlings are bron intact and can immediately hunt right after birth (talk about fast learners). Though because of their size, they usually use hide-and-seek as a tactic against predators.

talesfromthecrypt:

party-wok:

laughterkey:

adamdnewman:

I’ve watched this like 8 times this week. It’s fascinating. It’s Mitch Hedberg taping his Comedy Central Presents. It’s not the special that aired. It’s the full, unsweetened, raw footage where Mitch is clearly thrown that it’s not the hot crowd he expected for a big TV special. But he eventually wins them over in a way that only he can do. This video simultaneously inspires and scares the shit out of me, and it’s absolutely worth 38 minutes of your time.

Oh man.

All hail Mitch.

Reblogging to watch later. Mitch Hedberg forever.

jtotheizzoe:

thebrainscoop:

Untamed Science: How to Skin a Squirrel

with special guests like me and Joe Hanson and Vanessa Hill!

Last week I prepped a squirrel for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh with some other YouTube EDU folks! And, of course, there’s no way we could let a good chance to film go by. Our friend Rob with UntamedScience documented the process. No matter how often I prepare something for a research collection I’m always impressed and inspired when I see the same process through another person’s eyes. 

<3 natural history 

No episode of The Brain Scoop this week as Michael recovers from what I imagine to be the plague. 

This was SO FUN!

I channeled my inner Brain Scoop and not-so-politely commandeered one flying squirrel’s skin from its body (in the name of museum science, of course). Like Kyle says, you never realize the magical thing that is your skin until you have to remove it from another creature. Thanks to Rob Nelson for setting it up, and to Emily, Vanessa Hill (Brain Craft on YouTube) and Kyle Hill (@Sci_Phile) for joining me on #teamsquirrel.

You can’t tell in the video, but Emily’s squirrel smelled like warm hell.