beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Golden Avocado Sushi Roll + Creative Vegan Sushi 101 - Filled with bright gold turmeric rice, avocado, crisp bell pepper and spices…RECIPE

It’s YOU!

unfold-your-love:

It’s that shit stuck under my shoe
It’s that smell inside the van
It’s my bed sheet covered with sand
Sitting through a shitty band
Getting dog shit on my hands
Getting hassled by the man
Waking up to an alarm
Sticking needles in your arm
Picking up trash on a freeway
Feeling depressed everyday
Leaving without making a sound
Picking my dog up at the pound
Living in a tweaker pad
Getting yelled at by my dad
Saying I’m happy when I’m not
Finding roaches in the pot!

orcafreak:

There’s just…so much here I don’t know where to start.
I don’t know if this person is referring to one SeaWorld park or all (I’m assuming it’s just one), but the numbers of wild caught orcas vs. captive borns is skewed.
Florida:
two wild
five captive born.
California:
three wild
seven captive born.
Texas:
six captive born.
But I could be wrong. And perhaps I might be a little bit picky about those numbers.
Well, what’s next?
So, sea pens are bad for orcas, because life in a tank is so PERFECT! It’s like the moment you put a captive orca into a seapen it’ll instantly die. Though I am not into just throwing former captive whales into the ocean and hoping for the best. But the current tank sizes… just, no.
Speaking of which, this person gives out tank dimensions, which is somehow supposed to make everyone think that it is more than enough than some nasty ol’ seapen. I mean, the whales can dive to a whopping 36 feet in a SeaWorld tank! Fifteen feet in “the two side pools” as opposed to the depths a wild orca can reach, which is, what, a hundred feet? Two hundred plus, depending on what they’re hunting. For a comparison recreational scuba divers usually max out at 98 feet. Even a free diver gets to dive deeper than poor Shamu.
And swim a hundred and eighty feet in a straight line! That’s totally better than swimming 100 miles or so a day.
But I guess at SeaWorld the orcas has no use for deep diving or long range swimming as they are fed dead fish from a steel bucket and spend most of their time on the surface. Deep pools, who needs ‘em? Not SeaWorld orcas, that’s for sure.
Not to mention the sheer number of orcas they cram into these tanks, which results in less space for them to move around in. SeaWorld solves that problem by sending the excess whales to other parks, destroying the mother-calf bond in the process. I think it’s their twisted way of showing how much they care, getting rid of surplus animals to make room for the others. How considerate of them.
And let’s not forget that captive animals apparently have it so much better than those in the wild, because of all the man-made problems they face.
They’d been surviving well enough until we came along with our pollution, over-fishing, hunting and general fucking up of the planet, and we show we care by destroying tight-knit family groups in the name of conservation and education.
And SeaWorld hasn’t captured an orca since 1975? That’s only for those in the Pacific Northwest. What about the Icelandic captures? Did you forget about those as well?
A “fancy resort for whales.” Well, gee I guess you may be right. So, when is the holiday over for them and when can they go home?
Oh, right, they can’t. It’s not a “fancy resort” but a prison. I don’t think I like to spend the rest of my life in a hotel room being unable to leave it, eating room service food all the time and having to share the space with half a dozen other people. I’d get fucking bored.

regardless of how many they breed or how well taken care of they are these animals should be in the wild. l great greatly appreciate that  they nurse them back to health BUT i do not agree with making money off these animals. these animals should be free.  

orcafreak:

There’s just…so much here I don’t know where to start.

I don’t know if this person is referring to one SeaWorld park or all (I’m assuming it’s just one), but the numbers of wild caught orcas vs. captive borns is skewed.

Florida:

  • two wild
  • five captive born.

California:

  • three wild
  • seven captive born.

Texas:

  • six captive born.

But I could be wrong. And perhaps I might be a little bit picky about those numbers.

Well, what’s next?

So, sea pens are bad for orcas, because life in a tank is so PERFECT! It’s like the moment you put a captive orca into a seapen it’ll instantly die. Though I am not into just throwing former captive whales into the ocean and hoping for the best. But the current tank sizes… just, no.

Speaking of which, this person gives out tank dimensions, which is somehow supposed to make everyone think that it is more than enough than some nasty ol’ seapen. I mean, the whales can dive to a whopping 36 feet in a SeaWorld tank! Fifteen feet in “the two side pools” as opposed to the depths a wild orca can reach, which is, what, a hundred feet? Two hundred plus, depending on what they’re hunting. For a comparison recreational scuba divers usually max out at 98 feet. Even a free diver gets to dive deeper than poor Shamu.

And swim a hundred and eighty feet in a straight line! That’s totally better than swimming 100 miles or so a day.

But I guess at SeaWorld the orcas has no use for deep diving or long range swimming as they are fed dead fish from a steel bucket and spend most of their time on the surface. Deep pools, who needs ‘em? Not SeaWorld orcas, that’s for sure.

Not to mention the sheer number of orcas they cram into these tanks, which results in less space for them to move around in. SeaWorld solves that problem by sending the excess whales to other parks, destroying the mother-calf bond in the process. I think it’s their twisted way of showing how much they care, getting rid of surplus animals to make room for the others. How considerate of them.

And let’s not forget that captive animals apparently have it so much better than those in the wild, because of all the man-made problems they face.

They’d been surviving well enough until we came along with our pollution, over-fishing, hunting and general fucking up of the planet, and we show we care by destroying tight-knit family groups in the name of conservation and education.

And SeaWorld hasn’t captured an orca since 1975? That’s only for those in the Pacific Northwest. What about the Icelandic captures? Did you forget about those as well?

A “fancy resort for whales.” Well, gee I guess you may be right. So, when is the holiday over for them and when can they go home?

Oh, right, they can’t. It’s not a “fancy resort” but a prison. I don’t think I like to spend the rest of my life in a hotel room being unable to leave it, eating room service food all the time and having to share the space with half a dozen other people. I’d get fucking bored.

regardless of how many they breed or how well taken care of they are these animals should be in the wild. l great greatly appreciate that  they nurse them back to health BUT i do not agree with making money off these animals. these animals should be free.  

Reblogged from OrcaFreak
Reblogged from BODY & MIND

fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Carlos Schwabe (1866-1926)

1 & 2. Spleen et Ideal

3. La Mort

4. La Vague

5. Revolte

Reblogged from ghost in the machine
healthier-habits:

cucumber cups stuffed with spicy crab-make it lunch by cutting cucumber in half, hollowing it out, and filling it. Use lowfat cream cheese and sour cream.
Click here for full directions!

healthier-habits:

cucumber cups stuffed with spicy crab-make it lunch by cutting cucumber in half, hollowing it out, and filling it. Use lowfat cream cheese and sour cream.

Click here for full directions!
Reblogged from om nom nom nom
Reblogged from Lair of Lunacy

ohstella:

smilesandsolitude:

bad-ass-fat-ass:

cornerstorepress:

metallikato:

sweet-bitsy:

thewantedfacts:

Glad You Came - With Violin 

SPEECHLESS

The chorus is magnificent and I love how he smiles as he plays!!! *U*

image

Seriously, just take three minutes and acknowledge this beautiful young brother and his talent. It’s worth it.

One of mt favorite things about human beings is when you can really SEE how much passion and love a person has for something.

Press play- you will not be disappointed. [:

glad i hit play. made my day. 

Reblogged from body positive zone

funnycutegifs:

biomorphosis:

Maratus volans, better known as the Peacock Spider. The brilliant colouring is not just for decoration but also to attract females. The peacock spider has earned its name when he courts with his mate through dancing. Like a peacock, he raises his two magnificently coloured flaps and dances for the female.

Reblogged from Didldam

ladyknucklesinshape:

the-time-lord-of-the-rings:

Disney Princesses in oil, by the phenomenally talented Heather Theurer.

OMG THE FIRST ONE LOOKS LIKE ELISE

Reblogged from Didldam
albinwonderland:

sunspotpony:

shugarskull:

thisisemobuddy:

juliaofthepnw:

Whatever.

Go forth elven prince of the mountains

He must be a half elf because Elves can’t grow beards

Gimli and Legolas’s true son.

bless everything about this post

id do that half-elven prince of the mountains.

albinwonderland:

sunspotpony:

shugarskull:

thisisemobuddy:

juliaofthepnw:

Whatever.

Go forth elven prince of the mountains

He must be a half elf because Elves can’t grow beards

Gimli and Legolas’s true son.

bless everything about this post

id do that half-elven prince of the mountains.

Reblogged from A L B

ponies-n-things:

I literally had to pause the movie and go outside

Reblogged from Didldam
Reblogged from ghost in the machine