What a twist!

What a twist!

Oh my god these are terrible I love them.

historical-nonfiction:

Before the invention of radar, naval battles were infrequent because the ocean is a very big place, and it was incredibly hard for ships to find the enemy. So most ships around the turn of the century tried to blend in with the water, with boring colors and sleek designs. Except some very special British ships. “Dazzle” camouflage is designed to make it near impossible for the enemy to tell type, speed or anything else about the ship. It was used widely in WWI and a little in WWII, until radar made camouflage of any kind obsolete.

I remember winning points with a prof once for knowing about this.

Psycosis - Low Gravity
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psycosis91:

roxinpunch:

psycosis91:

Apparently you guys like it when I put rap songs over the Gravity Falls so have another one of those.

Also I searched ‘dipper pines twerking’ to try and find art to throw on this and I couldn’t find any I’m seriously disappointed in you internet.

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I did it.

I love you.

mineapostasy:

fictionaficionado:

SPACESHIP APPRECIATION
Take me out to the black
Tell them I ain’t comin’ back ()

My favourite kind of arguing on the internet.

A stupid joke I thought of reading my Historical Linguistics text.

A stupid joke I thought of reading my Historical Linguistics text.

lovelybigcats:

Anything you can do.. (by Carl Stovell)

lovelybigcats:

Anything you can do.. (by Carl Stovell)

Flag of the East India Company (after 1801).
This flag has nothing to do with The United States flag.  There is no symbolism to the thirteen red and white stripes.  I want one very badly.

Flag of the East India Company (after 1801).

This flag has nothing to do with The United States flag.  There is no symbolism to the thirteen red and white stripes.  I want one very badly.