Dr. Lloydberg

blastortoise:

blastortoise:

So recently I hit 1k followers and that to me is a pretty great tumblr milestone. So to thank my followers, people who reblogged my posts and just anyone who has just supported me on this site I’ve decided to thank you guys by giving a little something…

behindbobsburgers:

Just for the fun of it and in spite of the fact that he’s extremely busy with REAL work, Bob’s artist/producer Tony Gennaro designs a script cover for every single table read. Here are a few stellar examples for episodes that HAVE NOT EVEN AIRED YET.

Can’t friggin’ wait for these to air.

popculturebrain:

Watch Patton Oswalt Improvise an 8-Minute ‘Star Wars’ Filibuster for ‘Parks and Rec’ | Splitsider

Someone else thinks the same things as my childhood brain. Yay, I feel slightly less weird.

jtotheizzoe:

Kayla wants the Moon, but can’t get it.

But that’s okay, because we live on a planet full of wonderful people. Here’s the story:

Every day, 2-year-old Kayla and her Dad go through the same routine. Kayla loves the Moon, and she wants it. But it’s too far away. Kayla’s dad took an adorable video of one of these attempts and posted it to Reddit along with the details of her lunar love. 

The result? Someone who works at NASA invited them to come visit and check out how close people really can get to space. I think Kayla’s gonna do great things.

Keep reaching for the Moon, guys. You never know what you might find! :)

Me too…me too…

*Heiko Windisch GIVEAWAY!*

urhajos:

Thanks to the great Heiko Windisch, now you have the chance to win a 21x29.7cm signed print of his work, Pandarama!

All you have to do is reblog this post!

In order to double or triple your chances, follow us on FB and Twitter, repost and/or retweet this post!


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lightthiscandle:

In Soviet Russia, chain links YOU!

Kind of a weird poster of Apollo-Soyuz, but I will reblog anything from my favorite manned mission of all time. I think Russia tends to revere this (really monumental) event more than the States. Having visited major museums in both countries, Russia definitely seems more proud of Apollo-Soyuz as their displays are very prominent and much larger than anything that mentions this mission over here. It’s a shame, really. All that seems to matter over here is that we won the race. There’s barely any mention of Apollo-Soyuz here. In fact, I didn’t even know about it until I lived in Russia. They even have a display of our moon landings over there! Since then, they’ve continued to advance manned space flight while our program is slowly mutilated down to nothing - a victim of our polarized political environment and the fickle concerns of our citizens.

lightthiscandle:

In Soviet Russia, chain links YOU!

Kind of a weird poster of Apollo-Soyuz, but I will reblog anything from my favorite manned mission of all time. I think Russia tends to revere this (really monumental) event more than the States. Having visited major museums in both countries, Russia definitely seems more proud of Apollo-Soyuz as their displays are very prominent and much larger than anything that mentions this mission over here. It’s a shame, really. All that seems to matter over here is that we won the race. There’s barely any mention of Apollo-Soyuz here. In fact, I didn’t even know about it until I lived in Russia. They even have a display of our moon landings over there! Since then, they’ve continued to advance manned space flight while our program is slowly mutilated down to nothing - a victim of our polarized political environment and the fickle concerns of our citizens.

limeandlimpidgreen:

fortruthisalwaysstrange:

someone make a caption. 

“YES! I AM THE LEADER OF PINK FLOYD, NOW YOU ALL SEE!”
Woooo! Hepatitis ATTACK!!!!!!!!

limeandlimpidgreen:

fortruthisalwaysstrange:

someone make a caption. 

“YES! I AM THE LEADER OF PINK FLOYD, NOW YOU ALL SEE!”

Woooo! Hepatitis ATTACK!!!!!!!!

lookatthisfrakkinggeekster:

theforce:

What The Insides Of A Typical R2 Unit Looks Like


If I don’t become a rocket scientist, this is desired position number 2.  Uncomfortable, but fulfilling.

lookatthisfrakkinggeekster:

theforce:

What The Insides Of A Typical R2 Unit Looks Like

If I don’t become a rocket scientist, this is desired position number 2.  Uncomfortable, but fulfilling.

Oh those Hitler experts
Some Hitler expert on the TV: Hitler literally drank in antisemitism.
Erin: Wait how can you literally drink antisemitism? What does antisemitism taste like?
Lloyd: Ah, prune juice!
Erin: No, that's what semitism tastes like.
Lloyd: Creamed corn!
Erin: There you go!