I Regret Nothing...

Hello! My name is Taylor Kobs. Things about me: artist, loves pugs, loves fantasy, Aromantic Asexual, Disney movies, singing, Tom Hiddleston, Loki, tea, owns a pug, really wants a sugar glider, I play 3 instruments, adores cute stuffed animals and real animals, did i mention i love tea? I have a cat named Demmry. My birthday is May 18th. I am an art student at University of Texas Arlington, where I will be a 5th year this coming fall semester.


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sourcedumal:

manif3stlove:

ghdos:

thegoldinmypocket:

Still the People’s Champ.

The Rock has been my hero since 1997 and I just don’t see it changing any time soon.

I just…could you imagine waking up to this everyday. Like. I’m cry.

Every time this comes across my dash, I need to reblog this.

Because The Rock is PERFECT.

(Source: lenny511, via artemisakashi)

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Wait, wait, wait, I have an amazing new idea. How about we fix the American school system.

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Reblogged from mannysiege
gehayi:

hiddlesbatchlove:

forever-falling-forward:

platredeparis:

bnycolew:

mannysiege:

Progress

What

Imma just let this sit here

MOTHA FUCKIN SCIENCE

sources:
Engagdget
DailyTech
CBS

They turned RNA into an anti-virus program. That is amazing.

gehayi:

hiddlesbatchlove:

forever-falling-forward:

platredeparis:

bnycolew:

mannysiege:

Progress

What

Imma just let this sit here

MOTHA FUCKIN SCIENCE

sources:

Engagdget

DailyTech

CBS

They turned RNA into an anti-virus program. That is amazing.

(via ambrister)

Reblogged from loveleighxsponge
grinningmoonlight:

iamthedukeofurl:

Toph as a mother would be somewhat terrifying. Lin tries to sneak out of the house without doing her chores, suddenly a voice bellows from across the house “I DIDN’T FEEL YOU CLEANING YOUR ROOM!”
Lin gets back from school with a report card “Tell me what you got in History” “…B+?” “You’re lying” *Metalbends a megaphone* “HEY TWIKLETOES! FLY OVER HERE AND READ THIS REPORT CARD FOR ME!”Lin is learning earthbending ” Mom…my room dosn’t have any walls” “I know, I got rid of them. You have until tonight to make new ones, remember your stance!”

THE FUCKING LAST ONE

grinningmoonlight:

iamthedukeofurl:

Toph as a mother would be somewhat terrifying.

Lin tries to sneak out of the house without doing her chores, suddenly a voice bellows from across the house “I DIDN’T FEEL YOU CLEANING YOUR ROOM!”

Lin gets back from school with a report card “Tell me what you got in History” “…B+?” “You’re lying” *Metalbends a megaphone* “HEY TWIKLETOES! FLY OVER HERE AND READ THIS REPORT CARD FOR ME!”

Lin is learning earthbending ” Mom…my room dosn’t have any walls” “I know, I got rid of them. You have until tonight to make new ones, remember your stance!”

THE FUCKING LAST ONE

(Source: loveleighxsponge, via immersingfaithfulness)

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drowsydevastation:

when you know a word in english but not your native language

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when there’s no english equivalent to a word from your native language and vice versa

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accidentally switching between your native language and english in a sentence 

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hearing someone speak your native language when you’re on vacation on some weird ass country

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Reblogged from beowulfstits-archive
gallifreyan-gallimaufry:

leda74:

therothwoman:

beowulfstits-archive:

I want to go to this exact point and run around it saying “I’m in Sweden!” I’m in Finland!” “I’m in Norway!” until I get tired
i aspire to great things in life

According to Google Maps, that point is in the middle of a small lake.

So we’ll do it in January when it’s frozen.

actually that’s why they’ve helpfully dropped a big-ass cement block with a bridge surrounding it in the middle of the lake: for the express purpose of doing what OP aspires to do

gallifreyan-gallimaufry:

leda74:

therothwoman:

beowulfstits-archive:

I want to go to this exact point and run around it saying “I’m in Sweden!” I’m in Finland!” “I’m in Norway!” until I get tired

i aspire to great things in life

According to Google Maps, that point is in the middle of a small lake.

So we’ll do it in January when it’s frozen.

actually that’s why they’ve helpfully dropped a big-ass cement block with a bridge surrounding it in the middle of the lake: for the express purpose of doing what OP aspires to do

(via artemisakashi)

Reblogged from mahoushoujoysa
squishabledotcom:

mahoushoujoysa:


Quick - name two celestial bodies! If your answers include a gigantic flaming ball and a possibly dairy-based satellite of Earth, you’d have a lot of company! Finally, these two heavenly travelers are together in one huggable combo - it’s a total eclipse of the awesome! 15 squishy inches of agreeable astronomy, polyester fiber, ages 3 and up! 

So there’s this thing on Squishable that’s called WeSquish. It’s kind of a kickstarter-type thing, for Squishable designs. You pledge to back one, and if it makes the number you’ll be charged the cost of the Squishy and it’ll be sent to you when it goes into production. If it doesn’t make the number of backers and doesn’t go into production, you won’t be charged a cent.
There are a couple up right now that I’d love to see become a regular part of the Squishable collection, at least for a time. The first being the Squishable Sun and Moon. It at current time has 17 days left.
If you don’t have 40 dollars to spare but maybe have 20, there’s one ending in 3 days that is the Mini Squishable Baby Nessie. Haven’t you always wanted a tiny fluffy baby Loch Ness Monster to cuddle up with? I would adore anyone who bought this, not even for me just bought this. Just because these need to be made and these need homes.
In general, I’m a major fan of Squishable and just browsing the website makes me immesurably happy, even if I can’t afford any of it. I’d love if people were more aware of this great feature. And if people were more aware of Squishable in general!!!

Woohoo!! Keep pledging guys! We’d love to see these get made!!

squishabledotcom:

mahoushoujoysa:

Quick - name two celestial bodies! If your answers include a gigantic flaming ball and a possibly dairy-based satellite of Earth, you’d have a lot of company! Finally, these two heavenly travelers are together in one huggable combo - it’s a total eclipse of the awesome! 

15 squishy inches of agreeable astronomy, polyester fiber, ages 3 and up! 

So there’s this thing on Squishable that’s called WeSquish. It’s kind of a kickstarter-type thing, for Squishable designs. You pledge to back one, and if it makes the number you’ll be charged the cost of the Squishy and it’ll be sent to you when it goes into production. If it doesn’t make the number of backers and doesn’t go into production, you won’t be charged a cent.

There are a couple up right now that I’d love to see become a regular part of the Squishable collection, at least for a time. The first being the Squishable Sun and Moon. It at current time has 17 days left.

If you don’t have 40 dollars to spare but maybe have 20, there’s one ending in 3 days that is the Mini Squishable Baby Nessie. Haven’t you always wanted a tiny fluffy baby Loch Ness Monster to cuddle up with? I would adore anyone who bought this, not even for me just bought this. Just because these need to be made and these need homes.

In general, I’m a major fan of Squishable and just browsing the website makes me immesurably happy, even if I can’t afford any of it. I’d love if people were more aware of this great feature. And if people were more aware of Squishable in general!!!

Woohoo!! Keep pledging guys! We’d love to see these get made!!

Reblogged from fishingboatproceeds
fishingboatproceeds:

beingthebesttryingtobebetter:

fishingboatproceeds:

This thing looks like a huge thermos, and it is. By keeping rotavirus and pneumonia vaccines cold for 50 days, it saves kids’ lives. I saw it work perfectly in a rural health outpost with no running water or electricity, just an amazing health worker using technology suited to her needs.

There are coolers that keep sperm and eggs frozen for decades.

Yeah, but those coolers need electricity, something in very short supply in rural Ethiopia. (More than 60 million Ethiopians live outside or urban centers, and most of them—and most of the health centers that serve them—are without power or running water.) There are refrigerators that use propane or gas to keep cool, but propane can be expensive and difficult to keep in steady supply, so these ridiculously efficient Thermoses are (literally) a life-saver.
It’s difficult to overstate the poverty here: Most of the plowing of fields is done with wooden plows drawn by cattle, and there are almost no cars on the roads. (Most people travel by foot or on handmade carts drawn by animals). That Ethiopia has been able to reduce under-5 mortality from 25% to 8% in the past 20 years despite this poverty and a very rural population is a tremendous success story, and with effectively outfitted health posts, that percentage will get even lower—hopefully within the next decade Ethiopia’s child mortality rate will fall below the current world average of 5%.

fishingboatproceeds:

beingthebesttryingtobebetter:

fishingboatproceeds:

This thing looks like a huge thermos, and it is. By keeping rotavirus and pneumonia vaccines cold for 50 days, it saves kids’ lives. I saw it work perfectly in a rural health outpost with no running water or electricity, just an amazing health worker using technology suited to her needs.

There are coolers that keep sperm and eggs frozen for decades.

Yeah, but those coolers need electricity, something in very short supply in rural Ethiopia. (More than 60 million Ethiopians live outside or urban centers, and most of them—and most of the health centers that serve them—are without power or running water.) There are refrigerators that use propane or gas to keep cool, but propane can be expensive and difficult to keep in steady supply, so these ridiculously efficient Thermoses are (literally) a life-saver.

It’s difficult to overstate the poverty here: Most of the plowing of fields is done with wooden plows drawn by cattle, and there are almost no cars on the roads. (Most people travel by foot or on handmade carts drawn by animals). That Ethiopia has been able to reduce under-5 mortality from 25% to 8% in the past 20 years despite this poverty and a very rural population is a tremendous success story, and with effectively outfitted health posts, that percentage will get even lower—hopefully within the next decade Ethiopia’s child mortality rate will fall below the current world average of 5%.

Reblogged from ghibli-collector