OutOfIdeas

I mean, if the Temple of the Gods is as much of a water temple that Wind Waker has, then that does explain a lot.

JUST A SECOND

Does Wind Waker have a water temple?

zodiacmind:

Fun facts about your sign here

zodiacmind:

Fun facts about your sign here

geneticallyalteredsuperkittens:

mentalbravery:

crowbara:

geometricdeathtrap:

manafromheaven:

shinigamidad:

its too early to be laughing

wHY

this is the single funnies thing I’ve ever seen in minecraft

omfg

How many years later and this is STILL funny

i cant stop fucking laughing

popsci:

We sat down with the Parks and Recreation star, Nick Offerman, who plays the whiskey-quaffing, meat-loving Ron Swanson in the show, and talked about building things. 

Popular Science: One of our favorite Ron Swanson lines is: “Any moron with a crucible, an acetylene torch, and a cast-iron waffle maker could have done the same…. People who buy things are suckers.” How much have your own interests crept into your TV character?

Nick Offerman: A great deal of Ron is taking aspects of my life and writing them in a cartoony way. I would not have the ability to rip a couple sconces off the wall and hand you a couple wedding rings a half an hour later, but I do make a lot of stuff at my shop. It’s a frequent topic around the writers’ room. The fact that I could make a canoe or a paddle or a jig for flattening wood slabs seems like absolute necromancy to them.

Read the rest of the Q&A here.

(Photo by  F. Scott Schafer)

popsci:

Behold: the Ryno Bike. The one-wheeled, electric powered motorcycle that you probably want for your own. 

Check out this video of the Ryno Bike (created by Chris Hoffman) coming to our own office!

Also, see what other fantastic things we’re obsessed with from April 2014 

(Photo courtesy of Ryno)

popsci:

The XStat, a pocket-sized syringe full of sponges, is a new and much faster way to plug wounds on the battlefield and emergency situations. 
On April 3, the FDA announced it had approved XStat as a first-of-its-kind medical dressing. 
XStat is part of Popular Science’s eighth annual Invention Awards. Click here to see a flat bike helmet, a robotic exoskeleton, and more from our 2014 Invention Awards. 

popsci:

The XStat, a pocket-sized syringe full of sponges, is a new and much faster way to plug wounds on the battlefield and emergency situations. 

On April 3, the FDA announced it had approved XStat as a first-of-its-kind medical dressing. 

XStat is part of Popular Science’s eighth annual Invention Awards. Click here to see a flat bike helmet, a robotic exoskeleton, and more from our 2014 Invention Awards. 

lufioh:

when you stay up all night and realize its morning

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For those of you who don’t know, the post about Perci’s boots is pointing out the Ugg Boots, which are known for their popularity among Justin Bieber fans.