Twenty-two. *First and foremost, I am a writer* ~ Feel free to request. I'm open to all inspiration and suggestions. ~ I'm also a lover of music, sci-fi, the Mass Effect trilogy, Fallout, Borderlands, Bioshock, Portal, Tolkien, Star Trek, Spongebob, Harry Potter, Hannibal, Star Wars, roleplaying, D&D, all kinds of porn, Welcome to Night Vale, drawing, sewing, photography and modeling, art, tattoos, and all things that make me laugh.
~Forever, this year belongs to Jimmy. R.I.P.~

 

"[Brooklyn Nine-Nine does] the most important thing a comedy needs to do for an audience to appreciate its characters: they make these people human." (x)

(Source: zhavorsi)

negritojosh:

yes bitch give me face withcho sexy ass 

She looks like Cleopatra or something brought into the future. Powerful stare like, “All the Ceasar’s be fallin’ for me.”

(Source: nickimlnaj)

There are two kinds of people

gingerbreadcat:

lieano:

People who support their friends and want them to be happy even it means they get ‘friendzoned’

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And people who burn down all of Paris

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Don’t be a Frollo, you guys


The Mars Archives describe a superweapon that the Alliance has named the Crucible, which exploits the technology of mass effect relays. Beyond the basic principles, however, researchers know little about how the weapon actually works.
One popular theory suggests that since relays can transfer matter and energy across the galaxy with little regard for distance, it may be possible to create a weapon for which range is barely a factor. Duplicating the advanced science used to build the relays has proven difficult, however. If the Crucible were completed, the challenge would become tuning the weapon to kill a Reaper halfway across the galaxy without inflicting unthinkable levels of collateral damage.

The Mars Archives describe a superweapon that the Alliance has named the Crucible, which exploits the technology of mass effect relays. Beyond the basic principles, however, researchers know little about how the weapon actually works.

One popular theory suggests that since relays can transfer matter and energy across the galaxy with little regard for distance, it may be possible to create a weapon for which range is barely a factor. Duplicating the advanced science used to build the relays has proven difficult, however. If the Crucible were completed, the challenge would become tuning the weapon to kill a Reaper halfway across the galaxy without inflicting unthinkable levels of collateral damage.