Got bored one night and made this. Yay me!
About me: Super duper girly cis gal; intersectional feminist; ally of the "sit down and listen up" variety; Wiccan; equal parts optimistic about and fed up with humanity so I mostly just blog things I find funny. Or things that are Buffy. Occasionally other shows. Always dragons.
ARRRGHH a bunch of people reblogged a quote I posted but it has a really important spelling mistake and EVERYTHING IS TERRIBLE
Makosinski used Peltier tiles to create the flashlight. These tiles produce electricity when they are heated on one side and cooled on the other. A temperature difference of just five degrees is enough to power the LED bulb on the Hollow Flashlight. When the ambient temperature is colder, the flashlight will receive more power from the user’s body heat and provide more light. The average amount of electricity generated by palm heat was about 57 milliwatts in tests, and only about half a milliwatt is required to light the LED.
Nothing spookier than sitting alone in your house and hearing toys speaking in the next room.
If I go missing, Lightning McQueen did it.
Churchgoers grumble that they always get hit with pleas for money. But congregants at a Chicago church this month got a surprise - they each received a check for $500, with instructions to go out and do something good with it.
"I was just in disbelief," said Valency Hastings, 42, when she got her check from the non-denominational LaSalle Street Church on the city’s near north side. "The enormity of the responsibility of it has begun to sink in."
Riddles of the Sphinx pt 1
FUN FACT: the very first time I stayed over at my friends’ apartment (when the idea of my peers having their own apartment was still new and wild and a little scary) I went to turn off the shower… and broke it. The water was stuck on and nothing I could do would turn it off. I had to shamefacedly alert my friends and then I had to sit on the couch, listening to the landlord shout - like, really shout - curses at the water, the handle, and somebody on the phone, from about 15 feet away from me. I have never in my life tried so hard to be invisible.