INJECTOR HAS A POSSE
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  • golby2:

Chief Justice hole-to-hole game by golby2
Please download printable size from this page. Click “Download” button.
  • golby2:

    Chief Justice hole-to-hole game by golby2

    Please download printable size from this page. Click “Download” button.

    (via chrismcfeely)

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  • iyyokuk-lucid:

my first Windblade
  • iyyokuk-lucid:

    my first Windblade

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  • dmysta3000:

The honorable Beifong family tree
  • dmysta3000:

    The honorable Beifong family tree

    (via evilcleverdog)

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  • dakotaissorandom:

    Beast wars Transmetal 2 Scarem

    Gaint scythe Hands!!!

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  • ruinedchildhood:

Racism is still alive.
  • ruinedchildhood:

    Racism is still alive.

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  • (Source: octoberblood, via fuckyeah1990s)

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  • thegiantpurplegriffin:

    The Transformers #35 unlettered preview [x].

    Make a new Sky Lynx already, Hasbro.

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  • fishbarn asked : When you wrote about Mystery Inc Scooby Doo, you piqued my interest. I am blown away by the quality of this show. It keeps its corny, campy feel (the villians' motivations and methods grow more outlandish and contrived by the week), but what is most remarkable is how it explores several surprisingly dark, mature themes, and I don't mean the Big Bad. Rather, the issues of parental and mutual trust, relationships both platonic and romantic and, the matter of drifting apart as you grow. Thank you.

    bogleech:

    It really is a great series, unfortunately overlooked by most people who weren’t previously all that enthusiastic about Scooby Doo, which is a lot of people.

    And even those ridiculously contrived villain plots are explained. Everything is! Every question anyone ever had about why all these bad guys dress up as monsters, why nobody seems to care much that a dog can talk, why Fred always devised Rube Goldberg traps, even why there are multiple cartoons about small groups of teenagers solving mysteries with animal sidekicks….all spun together with the same outlandish, even reasonably creepy Lovecraftian backstory.

    There are shades of Stephen King’s IT, especially in the aspects you just mentioned. Character writing nobody probably ever expected from Scooby Doo. The writers even seemed to do their best to kind of have a same-sex relationship in there, though like most cartoons on network TV with an all-ages audience, they wouldn’t have been allowed to be overt with it.

    And then there’s the demented parakeet with an army of thinly-veiled-nazi robots.

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  • (Source: nosdrinker, via jackgaughan)

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  • zeroiii:

i was going to say ‘post that one pic of ocelot’ but i have literally no idea of how to describe this besides ‘old polygon man screaming into the abyss with startlingly yellowed teeth’. post old polygon man screaming into the abyss with startlingly yellowed teeth.
  • zeroiii:

    i was going to say ‘post that one pic of ocelot’ but i have literally no idea of how to describe this besides ‘old polygon man screaming into the abyss with startlingly yellowed teeth’. post old polygon man screaming into the abyss with startlingly yellowed teeth.

    (via jackgaughan)

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  • Is this really the manufacturer of our new faucets?
  • Is this really the manufacturer of our new faucets?

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