If you went or know anyone who went to SDCC and saw this cosplayer, the police seriously need your help. _
The cosplayer was found at the side of a road unconscious and bloody without her ID and in her costume. The police are unsure what happened to her.
If you have ANY information or saw her anywhere, call The San Diego Police Department at (619) 531-2000 or (858) 484-3154.
PLEASE Spread the message.
Personal note: I am not personally involved with the situation, I have not been to that con nor seen the cosplayer only saw the issue being raised on Facebook, so I’m raising more awareness on here. More infomation: x
Reblogging in hopes this case get solved fast!
come on tumblr this needs more notes
just had a dream where someone stole my socks and framed me for murder using the dna on them
i dreamt i stole someones socks omg
i’m calling the police
Whirlpool the Gilblin sketches! And yes, that is a tiny crab claw on her fin.
not killing myself is a personal achievement but you cant really brag about that at dinner parties
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nobody legitimately needs me and that’s a really shitty feeling
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Goblin Headcanon 101 -
Recently, because of my obsession with Radio Shows, it hit me that Goblins are most likely a Radio culture. What I mean is that every culture has it’s way of sharing and spreading stories. Humans have books and church and probably some plays. Dwarves have bars and songs (you…
tuuungsten said: I'm curious about the spider measurements you're doing during your research, do you measure every spider part or a few select ones? Also, do you measure just one aspect of a part such as length, or do you use volume or something?
I did measure every single spider. All 200 something of them. If this becomes my thesis work, I will be measuring A LOT more of them.
I did a series of measurements:
(From my poster)
Figure 2. spider anatomy showing each measurement taken:
body length (a), abdomen length (b), abdomen width (c),
cephalothorax width (d), and one of each pair of legs (e-h).
I then took each of those measurements and divided them by the body length. That gave me a series of indices- these indices basically told me which body part was most important in determining foraging behavior- as well as which guild will be the most easily recognizable from their morphology.
So, in short, to really answer your question- I was most concerned with a spider’s “shape”. Because once I divided by body length, that is what the index would tell me.. Cephalothorax shape, abdomen shape and so on… except for legs- legs was more about the length.
Thank you for your interest in my spider research!
Tank Boy and Boogie by Fukari
This is super cute! Love it :D
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Thank you, PJ, for your generous donation towards my spider research!! I love an actor that loves spiders ;)
Here is one of the girls your donation will help- she is an orb weaver native to the Amazon, Encyosaccus sexmaculatus, where my research was conducted. She looks like she’s wearing black socks.
Want to contribute a dollar and receive a public thank you?
This one time on Wyrmrest I walked into Silvermoon City on my warlock, and this dude I passed on the street turned his nose up and said “I smell fel magic”
and I was like “good for you dude, you’re in Silvermoon fucking City” but he stopped me and was…
I become attached to people I shouldn’t.
I distance myself from the people who matter.
I am bad with people.
I am good at being alone.
But I hate being lonely. —
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holy shit this