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10bullets:

turtle (by JAHook Photo)

10bullets:

turtle (by JAHook Photo)

sims4news:

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marinemammalblog:

Harbor seals - Poulsbo, WA by Belltown on Flickr.

teamorkid:

"I had learned a few orca calls while recording Corky’s false labor, but the sound Corky repeated the night she lost her baby was new to me. This wasn’t a sweet rising and falling riff. This was a strident, guttural, and urgent, like a dog yelping at the end of a chain. After…

languagethatiuse:

The Temptations. 

languagethatiuse:

The Temptations. 

chubby-punx:

chubby-punx:

If you don’t think I’m cute you are a) wrong and b) very wrong

Throwback Thursday to how hot I looked last Thursday

chubby-punx:

chubby-punx:

If you don’t think I’m cute you are a) wrong and b) very wrong

Throwback Thursday to how hot I looked last Thursday

goldenagecomicsvault:

By the early 50s most mainstream super hero comics weren’t selling well at all. One of the few exceptions was DC’s Superboy, like Captain Marvel, Superboy focused on a teenager with superpowers. He also had run-ins with bullies and girls, which kept the title popular among it’s young readers. Plus the fact that the books were about Superman’s adventures as a boy helped too.
SUPERBOY #6 (Feb. 1950)Cover Art by Al Plastino

goldenagecomicsvault:

By the early 50s most mainstream super hero comics weren’t selling well at all. One of the few exceptions was DC’s Superboy, like Captain Marvel, Superboy focused on a teenager with superpowers. He also had run-ins with bullies and girls, which kept the title popular among it’s young readers. Plus the fact that the books were about Superman’s adventures as a boy helped too.

SUPERBOY #6 (Feb. 1950)
Cover Art by Al Plastino