In this galaxy, there’s a mathematical probability of three million Earth-type planets. And in all of the universe, three million million galaxies like this. And in all of that… and perhaps more, only one of each of us.

What is Kirk holding!? It looks naughty!

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I want a super awesome drawing of Zed… anime style to hang on my wall. He had the perfect eyes for it.

He’d grab my face with his paws and slowly pull himself to me and bite my nose. I’d just watch him and his huge eyes.

Brago is looking for Zed. He adored him. It’s breaking my heart. I might suffer dehydration if this crying doesn’t slow down.

This afternoon I took Zed to be euthanized. It was one of the harder things I’ve had to do in my life but his quality of life has been dropping. It was to the point he couldn’t climb up on things or stay standing. It didn’t stop him from trying! Today when he started to show signs of hepatic encephalopathy again I knew it was time.

Zed liked to hang out in the baby sling so I took him to the vet in that instead of the carrier. They gave him some baby food so he could have something tasty (he’s been on a horrible low protein diet) and then we just hung out together until I was ready. He went peacefully. 

It’s going to take time for me to process this but I have zero regrets. He made me so happy.

I had Zed buried so that he can be a part of the universe again. And I’ll take comfort in knowing that even if my memory goes I will still be breathing the same air that he did.

There’s this cat at my local shelter that looks exactly like Nicolas Cage, which I think is as good a reason as any to adopt a pet.

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Yesterday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley revealed that the show’s second season—which had just been publicly greenlit by FX CEO John Landegraf that morning—will be set in 1979, and take place in Laverne, Minnesota and Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Somewhat contradicting earlier reports, the second season will focus on one returning character: Lou Solverson, played by Keith Carradine in the first season, who was protagonist Molly Solverson’s father. And Molly will also be in the second season, but as a 4-year-old girl; Hawley cracked that even an actress as capable as Allison Tolman wouldn’t be able to pull that off. The second season starts production in January 2015, with a premiere slated for the following fall.

—FX and Noah Hawley announce what’s in store for Fargo Series 2. Looks like we’re heading back to Sioux Falls! Further details via AV Club (via fxfargo)

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Women have an unfair advantage in business because they can get to the top in much fewer steps. An MRA cartoon. - credit to Poopy Palpy

agoodcartoon:

Women have an unfair advantage in business because they can get to the top in much fewer steps. An MRA cartoon.
- credit to Poopy Palpy

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