Pathetic Peripatetic

Most of my followers expect Doctor Who related posts, I made a Police Box Ring that I occasionally post about, and my username is a reference to a specific strip of an out-of-print newspaper comic (Some people got it!). I grew up with video games and television (people like this are rare, I'm sure) and am currently employed as a jeweler CAD technician. Quite often those two things interject. You can email me at GinoArizmendi@artgemsjewelers.com

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Is the coach happy for the goal or what’s in his pocket?

Is the coach happy for the goal or what’s in his pocket?

soren64:

dorkly:

Voldemort’s Assistant, Kevin

To be honest, I’m just surprised and impressed Kevin could keep that job for so long. Good on you, Kevin, for putting up with the Dark Lord’s shit 

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myskin-is-mycanvas:

artisticalove:

approvinqly:

I’m so much cooler on tumblr than in real life but I’m not even cool on tumblr

This is so true I need to hit myself with a frying pan because of it.

please don’t hit yourself with a frying pan??

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shubbabang:

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When did the pop-up, a relic of the dial up days, make a come back? It used to be that I was the 1,000,000 visitor to the site and I won a thing but now it blacks out the website and all I won is an opportunity to sign up for a mailing list.

for-all-mankind:

newsweek:

NASA 360: 
45 years ago Neil Armstrong took that small step onto the surface of our moon forever changing the course of history. Now, NASA is on a new Path to Mars. 
In fact, the first humans who will step foot on Mars are already walking the Earth today.

Forty-five years ago tomorrow, mankind embarked on a journey that forever changed the course of Human history. It solidified our dreams to explore the stars, and engrained curiosity, discovery and exploration into the minds of all those who learn about it. The Apollo missions proved to the world what our species was capable of, and the International Space Station proved that nations could come together and cooperate to accomplish a goal. It’s time to combine the two and set our minds towards a new goal, a new dream, that the people today can accomplish.

for-all-mankind:

newsweek:

NASA 360: 

45 years ago Neil Armstrong took that small step onto the surface of our moon forever changing the course of history. Now, NASA is on a new Path to Mars. 


In fact, the first humans who will step foot on Mars are already walking the Earth today.

Forty-five years ago tomorrow, mankind embarked on a journey that forever changed the course of Human history. It solidified our dreams to explore the stars, and engrained curiosity, discovery and exploration into the minds of all those who learn about it. The Apollo missions proved to the world what our species was capable of, and the International Space Station proved that nations could come together and cooperate to accomplish a goal. It’s time to combine the two and set our minds towards a new goal, a new dream, that the people today can accomplish.

We had a sudden burst of sales over the weekend and the analytic program I have didn’t catch why. Just a lot of people coming in from Google.

sexgodchadwick:

I won’t be impressed by technology until the day I can close the YouTube app but the music continues playing

On the iPhone open youtube in safari.

Select music video and wait til it plays. Then press the home button.

Swipe up to bring up that hidden control panel with wifi settings and playback buttons.

Press play. You can even lock the iPhone if you want at this point.

When it stops you can even press the rewind button and play it again.

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#KeepMeSpoilerFree

I’ve been reading the leaked scripts. No spoilers will ever be posted on this blog and I suspect this will be the only post I’ll make about the scripts themselves. So far I’ve only read the first episode and I have plans to read the others because this is the only way for me to enjoy Doctor Who spoiler free. Contradictory, I know. Allow me to explain…

The BBC, or at the very least BBC America, love posting spoilers. They’ll run ads going “The Doctor fights the Cyberman once again this weekend!”. That’s fine, except for when the first 20 minutes of the episode is the Doctor and his companions going “Whats going on? Who is doing this??”. As the audience we’re just left sitting there going “Its the cybermen. Didn’t you watch the promo?”

The biggest officially sanctioned spoiler that really ticked me off was just before and during the Trenzalore episode. (spoilers ahead of the Fields of Trenzalore [which isn’t the upcoming season]) Seconds before the episode starts on the left half of the screen was the credits of the previous episode. On the right was the promo saying that I shouldn’t be going anywhere. Except the promo has a clip of River Song’s gravestone. I realize River already died but just before the episode started I already knew this is River Song’s last episode. This made the revelation that River was dead the whole time less shocking. I just sat there thinking “Thanks BBC for spoiling this moment”.

So by reading the scripts I get to enjoy the episode without being bombarded with spoilers. I haven’t been able to do that since I first watched marathoned Doctor Who on Netflix years ago. 

Mobile blogging is such a convenient venture.

Mobile blogging is such a convenient venture.

peoplemagazine:

WHO FAILS LUNCH

 Pizza is a vegetable.

peoplemagazine:

WHO FAILS LUNCH

Pizza is a vegetable.

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unfollowfriday:

xkit-extension:

Introducing XKit for iPhone
Well it took a few months, but it’s here: XKit for iOS is now available on the App Store. It comes with Blacklist, PostBlock, Mute, One-Click Reply, Disable GIFs, No Recommended Posts and much more.
I also wrote a transparency letter about it, if you are interested.
Learn more at xkitm.com

if u ever need ur dick sucked, thousands of people will stand in line ready to go, you are so powerful and we are forever thankful

unfollowfriday:

xkit-extension:

Introducing XKit for iPhone

Well it took a few months, but it’s here: XKit for iOS is now available on the App Store. It comes with Blacklist, PostBlock, Mute, One-Click Reply, Disable GIFs, No Recommended Posts and much more.

I also wrote a transparency letter about it, if you are interested.

Learn more at xkitm.com

if u ever need ur dick sucked, thousands of people will stand in line ready to go, you are so powerful and we are forever thankful

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patheticperipatetic:

Work was cancelled because the whole town has no power.

Everything is back to normal now. We had power yesterday but no phone or internet for most of today.