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Heyyy. This is a multifandom blog; I post Rooster Teeth, Merlin, Graceland, WLIIA, White Collar, Marvel, The Mentalist, NCIS, Game of Thrones, Hannibal, FMA, New Girl, HIMYM, Shameless... there's more, but I only have so much room. There'll be other random stuff in there too. Hope you like the blog, and chat to me any time!

King Jaehaerys once told me that madness and greatness are two sides of the same coin. Every time a new Targaryen is born, he said, the gods toss the coin in the air and the world holds its breath to see how it will land.

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accurate representation ofshowing your friend something you enjoy but they dont

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I think I’ve found a picture that sums up every episode of The Mentalist.


I think I’ve found a picture that sums up every episode of The Mentalist.

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DOFP Gag Reel

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King Gavin + “liege”

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quick doodle before bed

i’ll draw a better one when i have the time

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If the world’s population of humans was much smaller, would there be people who never existed, or would they just be born later?

Ideally, they’d be born later. But the problem lies in the way on which each person is raised as well as their circumstances of…

Under most conditions, they’d turn out to be radically different. Partly because they didn’t have the same friendships but mostly because of the way society would be drastically different, based on the fact of compounding changes. For instance, cars have made huge changes in the last 50 years more so than in the prior 50 years to that. Once you introduce little changes that stick, it becomes part of subsequent generations until something better comes along or it’s no longer necessary. If you’re asking about the population change, a subset of questions must be asked. When was the population growth halted or slowed? Was it a disaster, natural causes (i.e. less fornicating, infant deaths were more common [which is a sad reality], mortality rate was higher because of sickness, war, poverty, tyranny) or maybe harder climate conditions forced the population to be less frivolous with their lifestyles. And the final set of questions is, what era of technology would they have obtained due to a lack of workforce and how much would they know compared to the information we share today? When you answer those, it shows how much of a difference there is in just the society surrounding that person. And if you drop any one of us into that situation, we’d react wildly peculiar compared to someone born and raised in that environment. Anyway, rambling post is done

It makes sense to me. Interesting to think about these things.