Just Another Guy Trying Not To Be Just Another Guy

Anders, 22
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I guess I'm just a good guy, trying to do good things. Sometimes it ends up as a big mess, thought, that's what you get when you are human. One last thing, in German my name means different which is a description that fits me well.

Become the wolf.

I woke up damn early today to get tickets to this years pub crawl, but they were sold out. I was really looking forward that pub crawl with some fantastic people, fuck how disappointing.

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This day is officially shit.

sannapersikka:

 I will give you a name… and I shall call you Sting

During World War One, 10% of all casualties were civilians.

During World War Two, the number of civilian deaths rose to 50%.

During the Vietnam War, 70% of all casualties were civilians.

In the war in Iraq, civilians account for up to 90% of all deaths.

The War You Don’t See by John Pilger. (via sandysays)

(via motherofeyebrows)

ewilloughby:

I’ve seen this chart floating around on my dash, and it occurred to me that I never posted the original version. So here is my and Jon's Dinosaur Classification Chart, in a hopefully Tumblr-palatable format.

Click here to see the moderately large version at DA.

This is a much simpler examination of dinosaur relationships than most of my watchers would probably find useful. Most of you will know that theropods are broken up into tetanurans and ceratosaurs, and that birds are nested within coelurosaurs, and that there are many internal divisions within sauropods and ornithiscians as well. But this chart is intended to be more of a quick, concise reference for laypeople, teachers, children, or whoever might have a passing interest in dinosaurs. My hope is that anyone who wants to quickly figure out what major group any given dinosaur falls into can glance at this chart and know immediately. 

This was a collaboration between myself and Jon - I did the illustrations, and he did all of the layout and text. To see this chart in full resolution, please consider buying a poster in my Zazzle shop.

(via archosaurs)